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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 15 May 1857

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements of ten lines or loii wilt THE HOME ! be inserted Ht Ono Dolbjf for tho ltt j and Fifty Corit (or eoch rubsequent I insertion. : .. I Very liberal reductions made for ihoaa 1 wlio n!vrr'r-e !'y ire yrar, half yeef, or quarto r. '; HOOK S) J'CM PRINtIm. WILLIAM J. SUTTER, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. PUBLISHER & PROrRPSTOR. BLANKS OK KVKRY KIND, PAMPHLETS. ITiWiRAWMES. POSTER, CARDS. CIRCVURS RECEIPTS, Vl'NKFAi.. Tll.KK.TS. DRUG LABELS. HILL HEADS, MANP BILLS, SlC. -t h of oery kind, printed on fine paper, and for i s . Mk f iif ! L VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., MAY 15, 1857 NUMBER 18. we at " PeF Hul' c"n' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. M ADVANCE. ............ $200 WITHIN SIX MONTHS - 2 60 jff TH B END OF THE YEAR,. 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUDS. j copies $5 00; " 10 copies $16 00; i copies 8 00; 1 5 copies 20 00. jjQ" Subscriptions for a shorter time thin one year must be paid in advance. jjgr Single copies sold at 10 cents. BLANKS JOU RNAL f'i itate of. Tennessee, ...

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. — 15 May 1857

ift-. M (lktins3iiitriuil. W. J. MiATTfill. 'P!e 1r(1 lu p.o irty Arbitrary iwiy, we follow truth whoru'er ulnlwwUtha viy . FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 15, 1857. APOLOGETIC We arc obliged to knock twin- this week to the vexatious and painful sen Nations of an afflicted hand the hand that has served u so faithfully in the various duties of our office that has never faltered before, in carrying us through the regular routine of our bu siness, whether in cotnmiting our thoughts to paper, or in the execution of tho labor that must be, applied in a , printing establishment. Not only do wc miss the faithful ser vice of our poor sick hand, but our inind, toe, has sutFcred amazingly, so that wc could not, however desirous, write anything in the shape of edilori- .a!. In truth, dear patrons, our men-I what he rails pleasure, brings 'pain as . tal, as well as physical system, is mis- i surely as night brings morning. I'ov erably out of fix about this time, and j Prry and misery are in the train. To r...

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. — 15 May 1857

BY U. JT. BLATTER. grot Freo of Poitaga in Franklin County. E3T GtoKue E. Pdrvis, McMinn ville, Tenn.', ia duly authorized to act a agent for the Homo Journal. , . flSjT John P. Hefner is duly author ized to act as Agent for the Home Journal to receive and receipt for subacription, &c &c. ; J80 We are authorized to announce TaZE w. XStWMAit as a canuiuaio ior re-election to the' Lowor House of our next General Assembly. mar27 To Our Friends. In a day or two we will have to po to Nashville, and while thero we wish to purchase a lot of paper and other material that cost money. Will any one who owes us come in and give it to us? We'll need it, with all the economy wo cut) use. Its requires fifty or sixty dollars per month to carry on bur business. Then certainly our modest request will be appreciated. fljr Several local items prepared for to-day's papor are deferred for want of time to put them in type. Unable to work ourself, and crowded with job work which must be done, we cl...

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. — 15 May 1857

-- i . .I .i . -'- - i u u ic i: it i: it A l sci f.n c: i;. MANirniMG. I: !ns been taught by Professors of Agricultural Chnmistry, tmd apparently o reasonable grounds, that the very worst way to apply manure was to spread it out on thf field and leave it exposed. It was ar gued that this exposure caused a loss of ammonia by evaporation, honcr farmers were taught to plow their manures under as soon as applied to the soil, under penalty of losing a great part of their fertilizing properties. An essay on this subject by Dr. Voelc- ker, Prof, ofChemistry in the Royal Agricultural College, at Cirencester, England, contains statements that will gurpriso eur farmers. He as3erts that no loss arises from spreading manure on the surface of a field; on the con trnry, he asserts that if spread upon the- Held and allowed to lie until wash ed wiih rains, it is more beneficial than to plow it in at once. When spread out on the field, fermentation is stop ped, and volatile matter ceases to es cape...

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. — 22 May 1857

r 1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. H ADVANCE 2 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS 2 m 3 00 AT TUB END OF THE YEAR.. ' INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copios $5 00$ 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; i5 copies 20 00. fffiF Subscriptions for a shorter timo than one year must be paid in advaneu. Q&r Single copies sold at 10 cents. BLANKS Of over kind, printed onfino paper, and fur title at $1 00 per quire, cash. I Administrator's Notice. All persons having claims against the Mtate of Joseph W. Carter, deceased, are If hereby notified to file them, duly authen M ticatod, with the Hon. Judge of the Coun ty Court of franklin Uounty, by the first of Octooer next, me insolvency ot said estate having been suggested us roquired by law. And all persons indebted to said estate are notinod to come forward and make payment to the undersigned, as no't rthor indulgence will be given. LEWIS METCALFE, Adm'r. Apr 18th, 1657. State of Tennessee, Franklin Co. Wm. R. Lewis and Mary E, Spencer vs. James, Joel, John, Simond and Louiz...

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. — 22 May 1857

i&jifUniiif Stountol. W. J. HLATfl'UH. "PWrjnUo nmarty's arbitrary away, Wo hillow truth wi.no'or i-liu lemli the way." WINCHESTE H: FRIDAY EVEN,NG. MAYJJ2, 1857. "r::-:-::- - --rzz- At no time within our memory, or; in the memory' of many a great, deal I older, bus Winchester bid k.o fair for 1 improvement i:i every respect that I tends to nv.ilve.it a town of note. I birst, we occupy a position ttiat is not. excelled by any other in the State of Tennessee fur a town. All who have ever lived here mu.-H know that. Located in no low or sickly swamp, but near the. beautiful Cumberland mountain, where the air is pure, sa lubrious and bracing, and where many springs of purest and sweetest waters gurgle forth, how. then, can it be otl.e.wiss than healthy and pleasant to live in fuch a vicinity? Wc are aware that our town dors not contain largo and hand.soTie edifices, such as some places can boa it of; neither have we such luxuriant and beautifully or namented garden, with walks nave...

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. — 22 May 1857

i: jtogrnal BY W. J. 8LATTER. jjnt Free of Postage in Franklin County, CANDIDATES. We are authorized to announce p.. V. Newman as a candidate for .Urilon to the Lower House of our 12 next General Assemrjiy. mar.w jjaJT We are authorized to announce (j, A. Hunt candidate before the peo ple of Franklin county, for a seat in the fower branch of our State Legislature. ggj We ore authorized to announce John W. Custer as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin County at the en win August election. moy22 ..rtWOI""1" Mill"" Nashville. Well, we've been down to our Capi tal oncn more enjoyed ourself very well while going, but much better ! while stopping at the St. Cloud, kept ) by Dr. D. T. Scott, one of the best ho : tul keepers extant. People talk about ! "hard timee," and that sort of thing; I but one thing is certain no one can find cause to grumble at the St. Cloud I for want of nice rooms and good cat- to, for the table is every day loaded down with everything a sane man's I appetite can p...

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. — 22 May 1857

I MANNY'S COMBINED reaper and mower. WITH WOOD'S IMPROVEMENT, ' AND RICIIAKD II. rtSASE's EXCEllloR hmj iijinrnit i n rriMiiinTTiMi rnORTIIBH WITH THE Kxci'Mor rami Mill mul Fnn Mill, AND OTHER FAKMINU 1MPLEMENT8. siMvs-:i cows. It U now nom ly thirty yi nis since a gentleman in New Hampshire called tlic attention of the public to t he sub ject of spayed cowh, for the purpose of having them produce an uninterrupted flow of milk during their lives. This gentleman's communication were based upon facts-communication made tohiin by a Mr. Wyiin, of Natch ez, and his own observations while, staying with Mr. Wynn, who had two cows then in milk, which had been operated upon about three years be fore, and he stated to this gentleman that they have never varied in the quantity of milk during that time, ex cept when such variation was caused by a change of food, nnd gave it as his opinion that they would continue that flow of milk as long as they lived. I have since that time seen it stated in...

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. — 29 May 1857

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. rV ADVANCE.... 8 2 00 a 60 300 uITHIN SIX M0NT11S llllllllll Af THE END OF THE YEAR INDUCEMCNTS TO CLUBS, j 3 ooples 95 09; 10 copies 115 OP; j copies 8 00; 5 copies 20 00. jjQT Subscriptloni for a shorter time than one year must be paid in advance. tfg Single copies sold at 10 cents. BLANKS Of every kind, grinted on fine paper, and for alet 91 OOoer quire, cash. Administrator') Notice. All persons having claims against the mtste of Joseph W. Carter, deceased, are hereby notified to file them, duly euthen ticated. with the Hon. Judge of the Coun ty Court of Franklin County, by the first of October next, the Insolvency of said estate having been suggested us required by law. And all persons indebted to said estate are notified to come forward and make payment to the undersigned, as no furtliennduigence win be given. LEWIS METCALFE, AdmV. Apr 19th, iy57. WINCHESTER AND ALABAMA v. RAILROAD. , The Board of Directors of ssid R. R. Com nanv have resolved to put said...

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. — 29 May 1857

'"X .V V US V fV I mm W. J. NLATTUlt. "Plot.! to no party'l Arbitrary sw, We follow truth wlinrn'ar itte lends the wiy." WINCHESTER; FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 29, 1857. Winchester and it Future again. Aside from Winchester's favorable location for health, its present position in connection with tho most important towns and citioa of the South, which, of course, must greatly enhance its fu ture prospects, an J make it a plane of much greater consideration than it now is, we may look with moro in coutagement and livelier interest to its future, from promise of the. excel lent schools in the place, which have already, though but of feiv years' ex istence, acquired on enviable position among the best schools of the country. Schools conducted with so much care and attention by their teachers, both in physical and moral training, as well as in the thorough manner of instruc tion on every subject included in the course of study, cannot fail of taking a lofty stand in the educational world, and m...

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. — 29 May 1857

" ' i i filP .iA.ll III II II I II II I BV . X HIjATTISII. Sent free of Postage in Franklin County. Agent for the Home Journal. John I'. Hefftwr Winchester, TciwcMue. ci'irM rirvtn, .... McMimivilln, " (, M. MttlflSlU St to. . . now YorK. CANDIDATE. jO" Wa aro authorized" to onnouncu Tazb V. Newman as a canJidate for re-election to the Lower House of our iioxl General Assembly. mar27 We are authorizod to announce C. A. Hunt a candidate before the peo ple of Franklin county, for a seat in the lower branch of our State Legislature. We are authorized to announce John W. Custer as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin County at the en suing Mareh election. may22 ffttMMMHM Willi IIMIWWMIIMIIIW11 Jj3 Candidates would do well lo have their names announced nt once. We cliarcc no more for nnnouncin'1 thorn from now until the election than we would for only a week or so. IV ho can Boat it! Wc have been presented, by Mrs. S. W. Houghton, of this place, with u lot of nice Strawberries, two or thr...

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. — 29 May 1857

Ess i I. i ..I . i ., ";?uio Par raw' Drivd o.o, thou sturdy farmer, Drive cheerily 'tr the field; The pleasures of a farmer's lifu N'o othur life con yield. Thou riscst wiili '.ha morning sun To till the fruitful earth; And when thy doily task is done, Thou seok'st thy peaceful hearth. Thou lovest not tlio gaudy town, With its tumultuous roar; Plenty and peace thy fireside crown, And thou dost ask no more. Monarchs with robes in crimson dyed Are low, comparod with thee; They are pampered souls of pride, Thou'rt God's nobility. Go on, thou sturdy farmer, Tread proudly on the sod Thy proud and goodly heritage, Thou chosen man of God. HORSES AND MEN. The same physiological law prevails in respect to all animals, including man. Every being endowed with rnusclo needs exercise in order to en joy health. Every bring which has lunga needs an abundance of pure air, just as certain as that the possession of a stomache is proof positive of the necesiry of food to supply it, The following rema...

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. — 23 September 1858

- .v.,v,. ;.r.tr.j, 1 OURXAL. "J Volume OME s .55 J W. j BLATTEH. We ftfm "'" toilnlUe .Till ATLANTIC TELEGItU'll. a iX r -- for the fallowing condensed histo ry of this great enterprise, it 4 cost, size of the cable, " Avitli illusjrutcd ? j views, &c , we are Indebted to the clever editor ol the Nashville Gillette. ; It is rather old, hut still wo believe lj that the readers of tho Journal will be ft hlnnanf u mi,itl a a i ti u f r 1 1 n t m I Wltl 11 hprns.il nf it". Whether this Tee- graph will survive the test of time mil thu power ot ihn sea is a matierof doubt, yet.as it is.it mnyjuslly he culqd the wonder of tho nineteenth cenu ry, When (lie Great Hard wrote j "I'll put jlrule touml tlio cutlb he little contemplated that the fat would ho accomplished in ns-tipy seconds, and that in t he year of gficc, j l'59, the niajjic girdle of a "Midi-im- mer Night's Dream," would becotu a Midsummer day's reality. Yetjftcli js tho fact. The Aihinlic cable in- pletes a chain of instan...

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. — 23 September 1858

Hi 1 I ffhc ionte onrnaL W. oVKLATTKU, Killlor. "Plt-tlnS in nu I'jpiy'n nrlillniry nu.ij, We fcrlluit' frai li Hlim'upsim luili Hie may." t," . Avri(;in:sTi:it: TJIURSiMY EVliXINQ, SECT. 2 Oi.k Xc.v I'apbr. D.wir renders of tin,' Journal, don't ynii uil.'tiiro our cn l.trgod sliouf! D m't you think it looks city-lik.; And don't you think it mer it the patronage of all t tie people in A Noleimi Letter. The following letter is from a young man who wits hunjr itt Estillvillo, Vu., on Friday 25th of June, mid was pub- lished in tho Abingdon Virginian, nt his request: E.tii.i.vii.i.b Jail, Juno 17, 18.58, MrS'lis. L'iutoiis: Some week hi ncn i u vu 10 (bo public n liriuf hluteiiicnl of I my pin i' Wriltcn for lli Ilunit Journal. Mr. Editor: Having noticed nn article in your journal on the Hubjcct of Phrenology, and us said urtiulo eilher wilfully or ignorant ly. or hot's luisrnpriw.'iits tho t!iii.in ill' I'liri'iinloL't'. 1 vvih lo rihien the siilijectLtjforo "your readers in its M whi...

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. — 23 September 1858

'UlllfHtl IV" !fUNtS Al TOO I01UM t , I" AV-" v NEWSPAPER UW. J. .All aiihacrllMtrs who do nut lvn opr noltra to lb, contrary art comiJoied u wlliln to cnnliiiug tliolr ulracriiiti.ina, ,.-ir uulmr.rlhora ordfir tin illoontlnun of their pj pnn,tlia iullttiar mav cuiiIIium to Mini Hum mull rf" 'rThr r.-li.r.t or ntto Mink lln-lr pirj rrm tho pott omen to wliicli tlwr '", '!',", '" ' rmpoinltile until tin Mlto r elilrnl, and tliolr paper intrad to b dincoiitliiufd, - jjgj- Subscriptions for a shnrter lime thin one year must be paid in advance. . "JlS-.When credit for the paper is jtiv r to the end of the year three dollars will be invariably charged. Hereafter 'no cluh subscription at less than ln0 regular price (J2) will bfl')ocelvod. , :'i J5Single copies sold at 10 conts. Ah lSNTfTron ti i k .joui'N.vi.. 8,M. FETTrNfilLL &. CO Now York. JOHN V. HEFNER, Winchester. GEO. 15. PUItVIS AlcMinnvillo T. J. CUM. Ml NHS I'lillulinmn. tit Mil MM. In anollior column will bu found a loiter...

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. — 23 September 1858

Jr. Jac!ton, I-roeCM of Making Kyrum mill Kiiffur from Hie IiIih .o fiiiB.ir-Caiif. (from till A.ileultural llaport of Ins V. B. Palest Ofot for IH;7.J Tho following jirocwn dcsprvrs tho nltnntion of every farmer in Frank lin county, and we aJviso tlirn to prcmrve it, cither by savins tlie Jour-n-ii it h in or nlnu ly cuttTii it out. Wo ui'o in lifted to Mr. Abu. Fiizzoll .Secretary of our Agricultural Society, tot thin, tlm only copy in our county. 1 1 tlio II iM plii'ifi, it Is ncioessnry to filler tlie jniouofllm plant, as it cottics IVoiii tin mill, in order to rcniovo tlie ctdlulosn and fibrous mutters and tlm hi irch, all of which nro prifwnt in if ivlie.n cxpresswl. A bag filter, or one mvle "f ft blanket placed in a basket, will an iwertlii purpose, Next, we have to add a sufficiency of milk of .I...,:, I; o.,.!,l n.i.l mixed liuiii with water) to the juice, to render it hlijjhtly alknline, n.s known by it.-, changing turmeric paper to a brown color, or reddened litmus paper...

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. — 30 September 1858

OME JOURNAL Volume II. WlNCIIICHT-ttK, TKNN-., BKPTRnn:U HO, 1A58. Number 87. W. J. HLATTKlt, Kailor. ''Plrdirr In no I'lifty'n arbitrary away, We follow Trulh Hherp'trsUc lends llie way." NEWSPAPER LAW. ' i-AII tutiacrlbora who ilo mil give eYnen nollrn to Ilia contrary are cuuaUorail at wwlilug tu continue tliolr uliHcriitluim. U. Ir uli(;rlior order the ilUcniitiniiK nra of their a pan, tho publisher mav cuntlnua to rcjiU ilicin until r. rcaraiieB are pahl. 3. IT uhaulheraniiilext ur refuso to take their pa pan from Ilia poat olllra to which tlmy are sent, Ihay am liftil reaponailile until the hilla aro nettled, and their papore ordered to bediacouduucil, J8" Subscriptions for a shortor time than one year must ho paid in advance. fiJsS" When credit for the paper is giv en to the end of llio year llireo dollars will be invariably clinked. fits' lleruaftor no club subscriptions at less than tho regular price ($2) will 'be received. BQSingle copies sold at 10 cents. A HEART HISTORY....

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. — 30 September 1858

x '.Jcj.:- v-t 1 4 r 0 i? 4 if : 4 ' 1 v a i She $oiuc V. .1. HI.ATTICK. K.liK.f. 'PlfdiK'd in no Fiirtj's arhllraw j M, , We fullim Trutb Hiiepc'i-r utic Initli (lie u." WiyOlIKSTMK; THURSDAY EVENLY, SEI'T. po. The Southern llfpreientdthe. W'u have roceived several r. umbers of ihisnew paper published at ChniliinoOfc'o, by limn blcton nn.l Briinhnm, It i" lurge-nizoil shoel, but it is by no ""-i"" 8 t,ccnl fine, No Pn"'r would tli.-ceml iu low in language om llio l!i .-prisson mtlvu descended i'i Bpciikiriy of "Tho A'lvcr lisor's Notice" in iu isMiij of .Sept. 17th. Were it not sofiltliy wo woulJ j u'Jtn tin; lalured bucccm of ihe JiepreseuUtivo to miiko n nuMy expression out of n polite one, ami all without any r.ppnrciil cause. We do not look upon it " Snulliftn representative oven politically, in i t v 1 1 ification of llmt eminent staluMiniu, Sit; phoil A. J)iiUjjl-J, mill in pr.'y Tor his defeat by ibu red-liioulhed ubuliliwiisl, Lincoln, oml we know it it, not a 'with trn lie...

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. — 30 September 1858

We gome, .journal. AOENTH 1'Olt THK JOURNAL. & M. PETTISCILL &, CO Nv York. JOHN P. HEFNER, WiiirhMtnr. OEO. E. PURVIS .....McMinnvillo T J. CUMMINUS I'ulliilioma. J0HN fl. RHODES Shelbyville. Nones, A a hreo portion of my time in lha future will b devoted to lubor nuUidu of tits' Homo Journal ollicR, all btisiiieiu in tlia dltorial or publmhinff department of tbo pa per, or buiinoii connoctcd with the office in DT Way nlvir ucu un ui puyiuom ill dual to the office, or contractu fur advertiaint of Job work, &c, can bo Irunsacted with my brother. David It. Slatteii. , W. J. SLATTER. 19 THE YOUNQ LADIES AT SCHOOL. We wont to get a club of twenty-five subscribers among the hun dreds, of young Indies who board iiji our town nml attend school. Te want more than twenty-five, but will not be avaricious. Procure- us twenty-live nml we will be satisfied. !Xow, we propose to present a handsome set of Jew e!ry good Jewelry to the young lady or person who will obtain this number of ...

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. — 30 September 1858

tetm nan She WINCH KST Kit: TIIURSiUY EVENING, SEPT. 30. THE CARELESS WORD. Ono lovely evo in luafy Juni;, young l'n n ny I irigorM Iinliilging rue liiiiiioim mhI Hui-iile tlw giirdon gnto, Ilur chunks wcru polo, licr lo"-' (" Slio BiuliM lc)iiriiijjlri llot" 'Alim, uliir.! ono lililo wfl Htm workM much woo for mo. "FiiruM'tll, oli cruel word towrilu! More crunl still to soy, Tor Wi 1 1 i u in luiiven to-morrow morn, Anil I liave Biiid liim riuy'. "Oh luckless word I uiilmppy girl! VV hut ipiril promptutl urn, Wliun William look my Imnd mul uid, "Funny, I love lin', ilnni. "If you iliwliiiu my warm Irua licnrl, In other lumls I'll roum, Jlul if you lovo mo, Funny ili'iir, Why, then, I'll cty ir. homo. " So wiiupcr flofl ono lilllu word, Vet not a cruol liny; My liriiirl in thine, I lovo limn wull, .Spuuk, Funny, ahull I Mny? " rVImn llius ho told his lovo lo rrm, Although I lovo liim ho, In iriilo of h'.'iirt mid tniin:lry 1 tiirnuil mid nimwcrcd '(jo! "Hi! dropp'd my Imnd, tnrn'd p...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
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