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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 12 May 1866

'' I.... .-' i . .'."i-1 Jl -I..,,,. i.'iiiwyKW?!!rgA ft X i 'lit 4 : - L1-- r atll 4 r. .,i.,! Tent . "Wit Govn c$ocu ' and i'l "tolbtl . w ' Thi , tnonA "'1m' t' "" 'fllK KK'l-OKTHt ' r J-e i y. : ! . I ron (he: Cre- iiml 'J'inii-s ol" May sHh, KVOI'Y llliV H' SO Wl! lilld l idl'llor'S of loyally n-non Ibo pwfjfhthi(-tpf rrtvrivr wfTciiiios.ii e. I! is iiid'orliinato, how evi T, that tin- loysiMj'n-cil l is not "fa '.MiniiMiilFiliJnil.TX'ri, in lev ally to l.iWl:lH.t'.!..1TC lav. It -:i( -as iiiiil devihry iufi'iior."!, ili out id'mt" ili-vV.jci , t(rjii lif''Sln'U' Majesty iiiul 1 1 :i t !-.( ofta.' old lliiji' !i:nl "L'Vjn I. ',.T-4Xi. "rr JIT T lie last instance (if this loyally wliloli litis nn;i(! I 1 our l-Hy''.j':j!.f i u liase and etnv.'irtlly n-s:ii!if WiH'h"Tr&r 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 r.'. I )i ( Iuti !, on M'e.hc s lay iino:i. I.JJ a MlV ui'.lcilcl,l.llUa-.-i, l!K!l (111! jpevwiii'-oi .1. D.( CiHffj'i, ; f)nm-rhy '11 rederal soldier lro?,t this -Mido, lint now :m ci.i.loy on...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 19 May 1866

.... -Li ."- t. A. tr.m . mi i if."'-? i Volume VI. WINCHESTER, TENN., MAY li), 18(5(5. Numheii 11 HOME J HOME JOURNAL, ITIlMSIIKl) fcVMiY SATLJIIHY BY W. .J. WIVT'l'lUIl CO., W. J. BLATTCIl. l. . Dl-fclN. Ti iimh. Throe (liillar.-i porinmuni. Inva riably in advance; Six monthi". two dol lars;' three months, one dollar find twenly live cents. No subscrilitioii received for a Iv period than three months. liahn of Adcerllsliiy. Advertisements Inserted at $1 50 per wjiiuru of ton I i ill's (brevier mzo.) lirst in sert ion. and 7.j tents for cadi subseiuont insertion. One ciilumn. one year. ... - i no " six IllUlltllS, - - - '3 i. i three " - - - fo 00 Half column, om- year. - - - - " six months, - - - - -I" 00 ,. .. tliri'i - - !l Fi uith column, om' year, . - - - -10 00 .. six months, - - - - '' 00 .. three .' - - - - - 1,0 One. sonaro. one year. " - - - - - li) oo six inontli.s. - - - - 10 00 ti ii tlirco 7 "0 r?r.Ml foreign advertisers must, pay In advance. II "HI useless to send ad...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 19 May 1866

E. ti ff . k 5 Ml' ire ' tuy"' fail . ; . ;; ' rw ' ; purA X 4 Lln Y 6n?jt I pllU I rut : nour ) ".14 (joVlfc '. 'luwltlM of lift raoi't JIOMi: JOURNAL. w, J. ji.ATTKn. Enircn. Toonr New York und otber Avoids. Vkii will sec our iitlwrlMnjr rat is in the Ihinic.h.nriiul sent ynu. It will be n.i..,s to ctnl us inivcl'l iscniclils fur iiio-rtinn at lcs tli.'in these rufi-M. Anil vimr rimitiiN k'oii liin.-t lie ml. led to. ,t ih,mh; (rum. Kidd rater. If other papers iii criiiMiulc. v Ijii11 not. 13om .louinal .Ayi'iilM. .'. 1 1. iM-orr. 111!. Public Xipiarc. Na-hville. A. M. Ti'A-isii.n. Z. Itroail Street. I i t:ltY Ari'i.i:. Cincinnati. Ohio. S. M, IV.TTiNinu. A ,,.. :I7 aH (nw. .V. V.'. V, H'oun. ()cchc-il. i-.-i r j K I i i j ( '(L.Ti'iiii. '. . . Mr NT. Hunt's Stillll.ll, 'IVnn. Ir. I!, II. CiiiDin.i . Salem. 'J'i mi. These ci'iilliviH'ii iiri aiitliiirif'd to re ceive and receipt for si:l,-eilpi ions or due b.r or to tin. Home .Iihi iiiiil. Miir. :i. w. .i. .m,.tj i:i; & co. Tv...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 19 May 1866

,'-!!, Fours of a Revolution How ' to Avoid It. u ims been predicted by some of the wisest mid best men of the Northern States that n tearful revolution is im minent in Huh country i not to bo in ..., ...,trwi i.v ilm South nor for her cx- hut iiV thtit cIuhh of men of other States who tiro resolved to maintain their constitutional rights ft.rniiiHt the wicked oneroiicliiiienti ol the purtv now dominant in Curijrriuw. The. notion of thin party. ly winch tlio representatives id' the States lutely in rebellion are denied ndiiiiHsion to the .,(;..,! legislature, is taken as nn in dex to other acts of tyranny and usur pation which will pvolnvmy no consu matod within the next, three years. If because of the rebellion we may now be justly excluded from representation, this polity limy be as reasonably cur ried to the extent of refusing uh any participation in the election for Presi dent in 1 8C.8. Should this be the case, tho triumph of thu Radicals will bo .se cured as a matter of course...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 19 May 1866

" . " v - - -, - 4 . WHEN I AM GONE. Keep not love's garland for my dU-r ; l . Il clo-l II C, l'n V lew I. lit" ottering dear. C i mail tiiy fulling tear, When I mil gone? K.'i'l' .ml !iVi-'s flowers In slrrw the mi!; ' i iVn'T urn hle-s cirth's kindred i-1'nl, AVllORC rill)SOIIIcll Mlll'il IVHlS vv iUi Clod, When I am goueV Oli. give my yearning heart It iii'id ! Fill itn deep voiil of nolilng need, With love, in thought, nnd word, mill den', Kl'U i Ulll glJIIC. 'J'l.i.p (fi..w:ln; ed memories. fnn'I iiihI dear An angel gna dsliall hour rifsj. 'to ble.-s ' i my grave and l.i'T. Whn.i I inn gone. VuiidnliHtu of cii. Slieri'itm. Tho New York HW, in eoiiin.ctit ing on the letter of ' u. Humidon, if relation to tlio ill .sli'llcliuii of (.'olniii bia, 80 nearly expresses our own view of t'ifi inilit.'iry character mid uehicvo inents of Gen. Shormnn, Hint wc givi place to its rciiitirku : Tlici II urld euy.s : When history comes to m.'il.e i j it verdict on this, as on other j m i m of ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 26 May 1866

r OUfiSA HOME THE 1 I;. - r- & -1 Volume VI. HOME JOURNAL, I'UBMSHKD KVKRY SATl'HIMY 1IY TT. J. NLATTKIl Jfc CO., W. J. 8I.ATTKK. 11. II. M UX. IV.u.us. Threw dollars ht aiuiiiiii. Iuvu rlulily In advance; Six month, two dol lars;' three numtlis. out' ilnlliir mid twenty live cents. No Huhscrihtion received lor a lus period tlian three months. Hates of Adfcrllslny. . Advertisements inserted nt SI f0 per square of ten linos (lirevier size.) first in sertion, and 75 cents for each siibseujient insertion. (inn milium, one venr. ... - Slii uu " six months, - -1. 1. tli rets " -Half column, one year. - - fix months, - -u i. three " - - -Fourth column, one year, - - nix months, - - " three " - - One stpiare, one year. - - - six months, - - -u " three " - - - i.t ou W) CM I 75 00 15 00 til) 00 10 Oil 25 00 15 00 15 00 10 00 7 no t3T Ml foreign advertiser must pay in . ndvan It will he useless to send adver tisements with the request to -publish and . send hill." 1'utfiit medicine manuf...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 26 May 1866

HOME JOURNAL. V.'. J. 8UTTISR, EDITOR, Toour New York and oilier A geitls. You u ill see chip advertising riiti-H In tin' Ilmnc Journal sent yuii. Ilw ill he uscles-. lo si'ii'l us advertisement for Insertion i I h-K. than these m li-!. And your eoniinls slon must lie nilili'( to. tint tlt'iiuftfil j'rmii. said rates. If oilier papers discriminate, WC shall lint. " Homo .loiiriiul Akmi(m. I. T,. S orr. (ill. l'ulilli: Siiiinpi!. Nashville. A. M. Ti.nikis. '2.1, I.road Street, " Hj'SKY A I'I'I.K, Cincinnati. Ohio. S. M. j i.vii J i.f- iV t .. :(7 k How, X.Y. W. W. U'oun. Oechcrd, l'r.'ilild!li'o..Tciin. :. A. Hi nt. Hunt's Slut Inn. Trim. Or. I!. II. Ckium.k. Salem. Tonn. Tin-"- i.'ciiili'ini'ii ni'i' autlim-icd to re ceive iintf receipt fir subscriptions of il lor or to tin) Iliiini- .J i i i-nu I . Mar.:!. W. J. SI.ATTKK & CO. Notice to AiIvciIIhcis. AdvC!i.-C!ll-l1. 111111. Ill' lll-lllllll ill h.V l-'riiliiy lit iitmii. In order to Insure insert inn in the same week'.- paper....

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 26 May 1866

4i w.rVl ' I MOKE FKOM I'KENTICE. . Anil Nothing left ol'Drownlow. Probably "Knouydi For one Day.1 From tht' Louisville Journal of Monday Governor llrownlow. tlio old man miserable, is petting feebler and feebler. It used la ho tlioujjht, nt least by some that, with all his liilcrunl lienUisliness, ho had Home coarse vigor of expression, though no viy;or at all of thought. JUit he lias got to bo the merest imbecile even in Language. He has lied and sworn and raved himself into idiocy. The follish old imp or impish old fool attacks us again in his Kuoxville Whig of Inst week. It is a mere re production, repetition, in even in a poorer and weaker form, of his slan ders of (ho week before. Not an ad ditional charge of circumstances is put forth. AVe replied, last Monday, to all his charges, and there is no need of our replying to them again. lie knew and ho knows that they are all infamous lies, lie saw our refutation of them, but ignores all refutations. This accursed old miscreant sa...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 26 May 1866

, , , ;n,MiM4) ' 'V T" T- -,- . Ji Vl"."- Vfv '"ri"- ih fast it , V 'ftirf Tai,:t.. -' - ,",',,.-;- wjiinn 1 1 '- - r .; ' Franli tiuilry. ? rr'niii "t!tn IluiiUvilli! Advocate, ('apt. Frank II. (Jurlcy, wn urn in-' firmed, declines to exumitto lint duties ff sli'Tiil' dI' Madison county, to which 'io was elected prcvioiiH to liis arrest iiy m i t i t a r order from Washington, AVc clict'ifiill.V yield our tenliuion.v to tlu' iiioili'Ht il.'jiortnii'ii!. of CJurloy: ml not having linen guiliy of nuirdi'i' In t'icC nllee-od killing of Omni McCook, mid in ii'-t lie whs nol in three .hundred yards of tlm iimlmlfiucc ;it tlm lime ol'tlie liriug, from which tin (let. nil v.-is Killed. ' dipt. (It.iloy Is un- willing llii.t Ids former pi-t jui iu-ih-" sluill he Illiu.o the I'tlllsC ol' strife or IX junieil. And iu justice to our pco- pic, it otjgl.l to he known mid it i stilled to lie the fact, tlilll. llo mddier ol i " ;lio n hel cuiupuny knew Unit Con. Mchjiok WHS ill liie UliilmliliUC,...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 2 June 1866

tai'inriiiii ii f i i.,.!. . I Volume YI. WINCilESTEli, TKXX., JUKE 2, Xurnr.n 16 pot ,)!('' I H01VJE; JOURNAL, .,' laBLIIIlipf.VKttY SATfltDAY DV W. .T. HLATTEll V. CO., W. J. SI..VTTUII. ; : , II. II. W'l.l.N Tl-.H.MS. TIUVl! (Jolhir Dl'I'tUUUim, lllVIl rliililv in advance; Six months, two. dol lar ; three 1 1 1 Ft 1 1 1 1 x- one dollar unil twenty flvecerits. .No 3iilicrllitloii received tor less period titan three months. llatcii of Aili'ertisliiy. ' Adv.jrtlscniouts Inserted at $1.1(1 per sfpiare of ten linos (brevier size.) II ret in sertion, unci 7o cents tor each subsequent insertion. . , , One column, one yonr. - -' - ' - 125 (M) six mouths,' . '-,' 7S three . ..,, .- ., ... ; . .fit) 00 Half column, one yeur. - ... - - ,. 7S (K) six months 1 - - 1 - ' - -Hi ) .. i. throe " - ' l 0(1 Fourth eolunin. oneyear, - - 10 00 . nix months, - - , 25 00 .'.' three - - , - - -Iii 00 One square. one veitr. - -' - ' - -15 00 six months, - - -, - 10 00 ". t " . three " - - - - 7 OO 13. U...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 2 June 1866

HOME JOURNAL. W. J. tUTTKR, EDITOR. Tooiu-New Vork and other Agents. Ymt will 9PC our advertising rates in the Home Jonrnaltoiit you. It will bo useless to send tin advertisements fur insertion it t It'SM tliHii these rates. Ami your cnmiids ii, mi Iliut lie added to, not deducted from, vuld rates. If other uancr dl.-crlmfiiiite. we til a ii not. Homo .Iiiii'ikiI Ajff'iifm. J. I.. Scott. 03. Public Square. Nashville. A. M. Tknison, 1, Broad Street, IIknhy -AM'I.k. Cincinnati. Ohio. S. 51. I'm men r.Lfc Co,.:t7 Park Itow.N.Y. W, V. Womt, Deohord. Franklin Co., Tenn. ('. A. IIi'.nt. llnnt.'rt Slut inn. 'J'ciin. It. K. II. Ciiimii.K, Salem, Tenn. These gentlemen are authorized to re colvo nmfreoelpt for subscriptions or dues for or to thu Homo Journal. Alar. X W. J. SLA ITER & CO. Xolen to Advertisers. Advert b-ments must he brought In by Friday Ht noon, in order to insure insertion in llie same wcck'n paper. The European Troubles. Just now attention is directed to the " sitiuttioi...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 2 June 1866

7 " EUROPE. Lfttest from the CoHtlncntr-AVer-like Humors Still Prevailtin t'liHli Kftort for Mudiutioii Nil jMilcon's (speech in Full The Ft' nuiieiiil Punic. The warlike news from the continent Is still amass of rumors, but there are still slight hope of peace. ACSTKIA. Orders have been issued for placing the whole Austrian army on a war root ing, and lor concontralintf the army of the north on the Bohemian and Silietnn frontiers'. In view of the danger of war the Government intends to convoke ull the provincial Diet throughout the empire. It is said to have been re solved to employ the ecclesiastical property in providing for the expenses of war, ami the Government is report ed to be now negotiating in order to obtain i dvanccs on security. Prussia. Prince Frederick Charles will take the chief command of the Prussian ar my. A dispatch is believed to have been forwarded to Stiittgnnl by the Prussian Government demanding ex planations respecting the nrmainemts which are going on in ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 2 June 1866

.1 if IV , . ,J Fata C'lilvt'H. . . . Fulso t;(il vcN U-ivsi iu;nla tlieir iulvciit in (.llovol.ind, Oliio. Tito I'hiiiidonler '. l.nvo n v,.(.v 'ci.-,.-i-,-,-; v..i...,i r, flu iiii!i " I nlc jlv.cs have cmiiici to town ! 1 !i. v nrj'ivml :i .Jyy. .r two , . .-'" There ..UIJVi .k'li'lii. One 'in Btulfi'd willi lisiTr tin-"oilier witft saw dust, tin- hitter", of foul liciti;.' the (hcfifii', c. . Yasti'i'ilii'v '- iiiti'iMiDfiir, fi 3oniijf lady wilii tilting lnioN mei , false ouLvcs ivjii tiOutli Lutnii lijti thryiiirli ill.' i;iiU, v I i 1 1 nlif ) leu I V (UK! of the (lllvcH lilll'st. Olll' I'Cilill'I'H 0111) it!l.'ic( till' rifslil I:. The ioi' jnini Indy cmilil In- traced Ky n i fiii of , nilii.il. from lidiifie'a I, lock to tl.ii.' )o(.tol!'cc. ( Kx. tt'UPl! II tijur.j 'I'll US till' Ii t:i i ' 1 II Wild i iiti T'-l"' I lie pm iii form iv ictiiliiiii;.' till' Ycllll-i do .Mi'.'.ii'ls, till. I el!ll'l".;i'i ! thrivl'l'olii in ii KiiuiJik,-h;HiuC'L iuiiaikvii -.':;l -to Im-t;ni'...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 9 June 1866

.7 7 v .? . . Y It "tJtsUrt uisW1- 1 y ' ' ' ' A- ' RNA H A WINCHESTER, TENf., JUNE 0, 18GG. XUMBElt 11 Volume VI. H0M1 ou HOME JOURNAL, FUBL18HKD BVBBY 8ATCBDAT BT W. J. 8LATTKB. ' 1 - ' H. H. DUUN. JfTor Terms, die., see Fourth Page, Heading Matter on Every Page, NEW JERSEY POLITICS. Serenade to C. Chauncey Burr. Mr. Burr's Speech on the Attitude ot tiie country, ana on me i-o-sitlou of the Democratic f arty. At a recent serenade given to Mr. C. Chauncey Burr, after some fine music by a brass band, repeated calls for Mr. Burr were made. Amid applause and cheers be came forth and spoke as fol lows! From the New York News.) " Fmiow Citizens : You will, I trust, pardon me for not attempting to find language to express my gratitude at this demonstration. It is bo unlike the kind of demonstration I have been in the habit of witnessing for the last five or six years, that you will not bo as tonished if I appear a little embarassed. I dislike to speak of myself, because, in a great strug...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 9 June 1866

HOME JOURNAL W. J. 8LATTKH, EDITOR. Tlx; INi.hin Invasion. This episode in tho history of the Irish people seems about to draw to 11 close. AVe suppose the readers of the Homo Journal Hre generally conversant with the rise, progress and object of t!io organization, hence it only remains for us to notice the result, which can be briefly told. Detroit,' St, Allmns and Ibitl'alo were the points on the bor der at which the J'cnians concentrated for the invasion of Canada. It hihsiiih that about 1,000 under the oinmnud of a Col. O'Xeil, of Nashville, (and who wan formerly in the Federal army) succeeded in getting over into Canada, from IJulfahv Before proceeding far, or doing anything of much importance, ihey wre met by Home 2,000 Canadian volunteers -a fight ensiled, in which the hitter were defeated.'' The Fenians liuvitig no artillery, and being in want of provisions, fell : back, having on the wav another i-ng.-u'eiiu-nt with' some' Canadian volunteers, iii which the hji ter were aga...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 9 June 1866

Win'' ijii'i 1 yyy,!, .I,,ll.iyiv.iil.,,,!,i,i,li n.';1.'' f"'7ri"i'"",;f ,'" j' ? 11 . ',' '. A yw.-M gS4&&a56S ft.qir'wl''r "T" ' ,, w. . "' " Jojal rien i'or tlie Life of .relVersoii Davis. From tli Louisville Journal. '.. . Xamhviuh. Tghh.; .May 31, I860. I'liu proper disposition to, le made of the .only remaining ; stuto prisoner is a question of the lustiest; moment. In taking tfpio ',to ,' dqUlraiftfa itipon it, the tipycrnnieut and tha peyple Jiave acted -)lV. ti) A I Hi M , ' , As an individual futa.qf ,JefTor ,nj.ore .consequence , ,Tji(Viji(iw, or Win other person; but n tho leader of the "Great Rebellion," ..nis',tli rpp.Vofientntive rtian, ftnd in its bearings upon tho future of our conn- Vyvltvtooeis.Hp luWliugt' proportions. Any decision must bo historical ; a wrotiy one may1! irreversible. ' Concerning it, the loyul people may to 'divided into three elnaaes : 1. Tliose clamiy.'o.us for his blood. a.;Tli1iiiWhrenti V',".'1. . fTnose opposed' to his capital pun...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 9 June 1866

-- ' . . . ' r in i " - - i .1 "'wjiflTI j ,.iiiiiii.i j'hwmh" fwiwuir "aefip. KviinMWaaMMMww ' I. S I 1 T HOME JOURNAL Tkb.ms. Three dollars per imn uni, Inva riably In advance; Six months, two dol lars; three months, oiic dollar uhd twi'nty tlvc cents. No suhscflhtlon received fur a less period tlmli tilted trthhlhs. ItiltCH Of AttVftilHlllfl, AdvortlseinanU inserted at $ M) per square Of ten lines (brevier sl.c.) first In sertion, iind 75 cents for each subsequent Insertion, One column, ohn year, ... - if 25 (Hi " " six months, ... 7"i (Ml tliree " - - - - fid 0(1 Half column, one year, - - - 7."j (hi " six months, 15 00 " three :tl) 00 Fourth eoliuiiii, one year, - - - - 10 00 " " six months, - - - - '2 00 " " thli It) 00 One square, one year, - - - -15 00 " slx'months, ... - 10 oo " thre 7 St) ?PA11 foreign udvprtliii'i'H must pay in advance. II will he useless to (tend adver tisements with the request to "publish and send hill." l'atcnt medicine manufactu rers in usl jiay acco...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 16 June 1866

rv", JOURNAL ATIXClIi:STER, TEXX., JUXE KJ, 1800. Xumbf.u IS VOLUMJS VI. TPTT-? MOM JL JLJUMJ HOME JOURNAL, I'CllMSllKP KVKJIV SATUltD.W BV W. J. HL.VTTEH & CO., W. J. HI.AT1UR. H.H. DVMX. Jlur Trniw, dr., Fourth J'ayf, HctHlluff Mutter on Every JVfe. Gaming. Of all passions, gaming is tho most dangerous and inexcusable. A games ter endeavors to enrich himself with the spoils of'thoso he calls his friends. But how many armies are in onus against him! Behold that mother! her tears reproach him with the ruin of her only son ! Tlmt father pronounces his name with horror and contempt to his children I Pursued by hatred, overwhelmed ly calumny, he feels him self condemned by reason and humani ty; and, after wandering long in the mazes of vice, he finds nothing before his eyes but ruin and remorse. In tho year 1851), when tho yellow fever visited New Orleans, about live thousand of the supporters of grog shops died, before the disease attacked a single temperate man ; and in the same ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 16 June 1866

4 r,;;W.I tlV . T V'"' i! I' fl! Am docs lie now tliiuk he deserves assist ance in trying to got up a mediocre re bellion against tlui Hritlsh government! There would be consistency in an Kui eraldor, who fought on the k'hIo of the Soiilh, now to aid the Fenian cause, hut lor those who fought against the Soiilh to now espouse the cause of a few thousand in arms against the King dom of (J rent IJritain, und without the semblance of State Itiglits to plead for them, is Miproniely ridieiilous as well as ahsurd and inconsistent. Self-Murder. Wo would fain have drawn rho veil of reticence over n Had net committed in our town last Wednesday morning, but it has already been published in the Nashville papers, and, as usual, with HOME JOURNAL. W. ,T. fif.ATTKR, Kj.iioii. IIOIIK' ,1 Olll'MIll AtJi'lllN. .1. I.. Scorr, fill. Public Square, Nashville. A, M. Tr.MsON. 2:1, liroml Street, " IIi-.MivAeri.i:, Cincinnati. Ohio. S. M. Pi:rnr!ii.i.iV '.. 117 I'nrK Row. N'.Y. V, V, Woiin. Dee herd, Fran...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 16 June 1866

-wiipi.S.iiir't j.Tfirtmm(yti! ffWWTf 'JPypW";;-' ' '"'"'t'':"','""r:''' , Mn J. Gi'ii. C. U. Fisk Pilloried From the, New York News. i llnj. Gen. Clinton B. Fisk is the Com missioner of the Freednien'a Burcuti for Kentucky, Tennessee, and North ,Alabainn. Lust Juuuury ho made speech in Cincinnati, the statements whereof were, (it the time, iiroiiounccd to he "infamously false." by the Ken tucky nrcsii. The Legislature of that Suite thought Hie nutter of importance enough to demand its notion, und it couseuuently adopted the following resolution!), which were approved on the thirtieth ol January : -' Whereas, It is represented in the Iuiblic journals that Major (.Jen. Clinton i. Fisk, the head of the Freudinen's Bureau in Kentucky, did, on the ISth instant, deliver an address in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, in which he made, 'among others, these statements : "On ly the lay before yesterday, in Lexing ton, thirteen discharged colored sol diers stood in the streets, in full sight of ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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