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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 18 July 1867

....Hz ..- -v. U W - -...' .w'J'-"'pt.iv"'J- ; tp-..r lj,. v- W. 0. tUn 4 00., 8MT0M. ! WINXHESTKU, TKNX: " o THURSDAY MOKXJXO, .1 ULY Is, V;7. CONSERVATIVE UNION TICKET Un her sal A mi text y Imp a rt U 1 1 Svjjrugc. roit ooYKiiXwr, E or WKAKI.KY, roil co(ii!i:ss, KDMUSD C'OOPKK, or j!Kuroi;i. VOlt Ki'A'J'K SI.'XATK, r. A. LOlKillMlLLKIf, UK I'JiAXK'I.lX. J'or J!)'ji'e,eniative from Kranklin County. THOMAS F. MOSELY. i llon. 15. II. Hill's I.HIers. Wo publish this week three more of this series of letters. Though written with reference more directly to the sit uation of Georgia and the other nine States under military Caliphs, yet they smit this llrownlow monarchy as well. We ask every reader of the Home Jour nal to peruse them closely, for in them are embraced groat political truths up- on tne oiiservanco oi wnicu impciius the success of republican government. We are pleased that .Senator Hill has written these words of wisdom to u dying pooplu dying in those sublime ideas and pri...

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. — 18 July 1867

.'"J.ia. i ' ' i .l.': ' I l! Jill . I ' i ''4 'j i .1 unablo to reuew the war, the party guilty of it has no claim to the confi dence) or respect of'any people, for he brings the fuith of promises into disre pute. ' "Tho faith of treaties constancy in ftillillinir our eiiKUjjremcnts is to be hold sacred and inviolable, and if man kind be not willfully deficient in their duty to themselves, Infamy must ever bo ihe portion of him who violates his faith.", "And, in general, the sovereign, whose word ought ever to be secured, is bound to the faithful ob servance of every promise he has made, even to rebels I mean to such of his subject as havo rebelled without reason or necessity,'' "But tyrants alone will treat, as seditions, those bravo and resolute citizens who exhort the people to pro servo themselves from oppression, and to vindicute their rights and privileges. If a good prince has justice and his duty at heart if he aspires to that im mortal and uusulliud glory oi being the fath...

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. — 18 July 1867

w. j. eurm oo., editor. , AV1XCIIESTF.1!, TUXX: TIlCliSDAY MO.UN1XG-, JULY U '07, CONSERVATIVE UNION TICKET. This in nota political contest inTcn imiiKcc. It In a determination of devil ish usurpers to wade through Mood to power, regardless of tho dictates of mercy ami magnanimity. The Conser vative';! act onlv in defence of rights which were never surrendered, never ought, mid wo pray Cod never ulll L surrendered. Un iversa I Am nest y Imp art in I Suffrage. roit coyi;iinoi:, The liadieals deny us representation a right indispensable to freedom, and formidiWo to tyrants only. THE LOYAL LEAGUE. A Pwn Into the Midnight Karticnl Conclaves! How the Ignorant Freenieu are IJumbiiggcd. of wkaki.ky. for concim-.ss, EDMUND cooit,i OK IIKDKOIM). von KT ATI", SKNATIi, F. A. LOUCIlLMILLEn, OK FRANK I. IX. For l.'epresentntivc. from Franklin Counly. THOMAS F. MOSUL Y. Tlic OadiH. NiipiH nnd Passwords ICevoulcil. Forty Acres " mid tlio "Miller" at tliclr Posts. Full l-(ails of How tho Jtrown low...

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. — 25 July 1867

WW .r M M BBBIMaMallaarrIW II II n Mi- YV7 Ii ILJ . f SI' 13 H-rf'i W W 4f V 4 ; 'i i '5 "4 .1 I v VOL. Vil. HOME JOURNAL, Pl'BLIHUBP BVKIIY Tlll'ltBDAY BY VV. .7. SLATTEll & CO., v ;.j. sr.iTTKR. - n.n.MMJN. TERMS : One coyy, one year, . . . ' iinocopy, six months. Vnc copy, three months, .93 00 . 2 00 . 1 25 TO COlt KE81N'X DENTS. ' ;. o rotit e can lie tiiken of Anonymous Communion li.piij. Whatever is iuhsinleil lor Insertion In 'i ),u Homo Journal, iiiiibl be aiithontkuteil by the immeaiKlml'livsn ol'tlio writer not nee i-iirity foi'iV:lcution, lm(,nu guarantee for i'ml I'.ilth anil nsinmsiMUty. " , hiiiinecs letters t'.jr this offlco should bo Hd-iru-isi-t M'-Tho Homo Journal," Winchester ' .:,.iumi;uio:itiou iVr publication must be writ (:n ..ii ..nu si.'.tf or the iUK,anr with all other n.iUoi , rc iim'i'lc.l Willi tho cditorlul depart-iminl.i-lMiuHhe mMnwDeil: Kiliturof The Homo .Iimrmd, Wim-hester. Trim. IV c cannot, lis untie, iiudertuko to return articles not toiiiii...

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. — 25 July 1867

mm mm 1 f K a K tl E HUM J IF w. tt. cunw 4 co., kwtoh. AVl.NtllKSTKi:, TKSX: xirri'SDAY :uoi:si(i, jui.y j in I'OinAXT ?.i ektix . , On Monday next il in proposal that t lie people of this count)- I .old a meet ing for the purpose of counseling to (other in regard to ti matter involving the interests ot tisidl in general, but )!i! fanning cuniniuuify and those who iii'pil laborers, iti parlioulju'. We thinl. Iliis mutter of kik'Ii iiiii(.r:;u-". that the more iivution if it will accuro a 1::'--i nlteudniieo at the unpointed linn:. There is no don!;l of beitering our sp; torn of labor, xnl rcliovii.g oiir.-elv(:!Tb.!.,:.rijms do very well tliey remind of the instability mid i,-i.rt;!ii!.v si u." of tin: .'-tripes retire receiving, ns a (aching to fi'i.viline.i v.'io been -i oi.!", tor ouruUnre to establish our brought, under Uadicul in iruc'.ion, to independenci!. As some win said to disregard cou'.racta :u; 1 li": iul'.v'l' u tin: ouer day : Yvc were whipped of emtilovcTB. Til.-! l...

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. — 25 July 1867

1 I -1 GRAND ARMY OF, THE REPUBLIC. ITSOUGA.NIZATION, OBJECTS, ate, &c. SiuH, Passwords and Grists. A Politico-Military Secret Order. What it p Doing in Nashville. Its Bloody Purposes on the Day of Election. WITH THE LEAGUES TO AND DESTROY. Its Efforts lo Demoralize the Regular Army. Preparations for Riot, Woodshed andjtapine. Startling Disclosures ! '"rVroni the Nashville Union and Dispatch. I liavc como into possession of some 'facts iyvliich 1 leol it duo to my own bcn.se of risjht, and to the interests and , safety -of the innocent and law -abiding people to make known. The facts to which I refer relate to the organization Known as the "Grand Army of the Republic," and the "Loyal League" and particularly to the means and ' measures which they are resorting to .in your city an.l other parts of the State, to carry tho election lor the Radical party. . That I may not be ac cused of ignorance of what I speak, or a wanton desire to get up unnecessary anxiety and alarm, I wish to ...

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. — 25 July 1867

W. i. UTT8 mCwTOM.' at-- .'J - W1XCIIESTEB, ,TEXX: 1 o THURSDAY. MOUSING, JULY 23, '07, CONSERVATIVE UNIONJNCKETi Universal Amnesty Impartial Suffrage. FOR CpVEKXOR, HOI. EMERSON ETHER1DGE OF .WEAKLEY. 0 ron CO.VGHESS, EDMUND COOl'E 11, OF JJKDI'OitD. FOR STATE "SEXA'i'E, F. A. LOUUIIMILUCK, OF FRAXKI.LV. For Iteprcsentatrvc from Franklin rutinty. Thomas i mosely. t'KVTKAL JJXKCyilVK (OM MITTEK. Jno. C. Gatit, ol'Davidson, Chairman. John Maxtor, of Knox. Win. 11. Campbell, of Wilson. Dorsey 5. Thomas, of JlunipiiroyH. James Jones, of Greene. A A. Steele, of Marshall. Charles S. Cameron, ol'Shelby. JC.v.-cutivc Commit t' lor 3IidUe TVlllM'K.SOI'. John Lellyet, John S. lirien. Matt, lirown, The. Traiieinicht. ('onserviiti v: 1'lut form. We, the Conservative Union men oJ' Tennessee, adopt the following plat form of principles : 1st. We are in favor of the 1'nioii of the States, under the Constitution of the United States, and we pledge our selves to support and defend t Ik? same. 2d. W...

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. — 1 August 1867

i I, 'illfi V.- n"-.- rT' HOME .VOL. VII. WINCHESTER, TENN., THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1, 1 S(7. I NUMBER 25. HOME JOURNAL, 1'1'BLISIIKD EVKRV THURSDAY 1IY -XV. .1. SJLATTKK Si, CO., W. .1. BLATTER. II. H. Dl'MN. TERMS : One eoyy, one your, One copy, six months, One copy, three months, .... $3 00 . 2 00 1 25 TO COIt HEX I'ON n ents. ' i nut In) cimliu liiken of Aiionymmis l.'ouiiiiimlcii lions. M'hiilvvur is Intumltul tur Inst'rticui In Tho Home Journal, must liu untlioiitU-u.tvtl by the niimo unci nitilress of thu writer nut nec essarily for juibllcutlnu, but ua u guarantee for Kon.l liilth unil responsibility. All business letters lor this office should bo ad drcsscd to "Tho Jlomo .Imirnal," Winchester- All communications for nulilli'.itlon must lie writ ten on. ono side of tho pugo, mid w ilh all other mutters connected with the editorial depart ment, should bo addressed : Kditor of The llomu Journal, Winchester, Tumi. Wo cannot, as a rule, lnulertnko to return articles not found ...

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. — 1 August 1867

v;. i, outtkb k oo., koitorc. WINCIlESTF.ft, TENN: THL'i:sn.y oiJnixg. aiu. 1, '07 CONSERVATIVE ' UNIONJTjCKET, Universal Amnesty Impart ial Suffrage. ron govf.kxok, OF WEAKLEY. rOIt CONGRESS, EDM USD COOPER, OF BEDFORD. FOR STATE SENATE, F. A. LOITGHMILLER, OF FRANKLIN. Tor prr-sentatlve from Franklin Comity THOMAS F. MOSELY The Election To-luy. To-lay, a 1'mv white Conservatives ami an equtd number, perhpps, of while Radicals, added to a. Urge majority ol itlilerrtlc neeTOOS. wiilllcliJo llst'l " III.' , Lull rule Hi for Hie next two imh t.bioo.isi'c .... . . 1 oroaclnii in this so-on oi Mate, c eon f.yf. our indisposilir.n to attempt a ral 1) dug en . We cannot rally as livoiu,-i. On e one hundred ihoii-and freemen ia litis St-ttc arc denied, unlawfully , t al right of roprf.si.'iitiilioii, iu;d wc .stand .a . hast at 'In! thought, 111''.'"'' tl':'t lliCT'.' iiru tii'iu so devoid of pride as to Keek and accept office under such a ly raiin', and even aid iu such outrages in order ...

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. — 1 August 1867

Notes on tha Situatioij. Xo. 10. BY HON. B, II. UILL, 0? OEOItOU. Hut it i sunt the negro nee is now free, nwl made citizens by our laws, nml, therefore, m entitle 1 lo political us welt us civil e qimlity.. It i iJle to reason with a fanatical mind. A fanatic is a lunatic. The conclusions of siiuli ore neve' founded in reason nor uffected by experience; they are founded in feeling and live on ly ou pnssiou. We must Appeal and still appeal and not cense to appeal to the rotionul American mind, and by reason, and the experience of mankind, save, if we can, our country from the iiiwful. indescribable horrors which must result, and result soon, from the crazy domination of men who make "liberty and equality" the touchstones of polit ical wisdom. Tills mad theory is noth ing but war upon the teachings of rea son the experience of all nges, and the lav of God. It was never the doctrine of any but the agents of revolution, ami it never bore for any people any fruits but anarchy and blood ...

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. — 1 August 1867

Vv. , CLATTER & CO., COlTOnC, VlSCllESTI'M!. TENN: TUOUDAY .JOINING, Al'C. 1, '(IT. CONSERVATIVE BMIQM" TICKET L'nivewtl Amnesia w'fW;f',;v,!,i,Wii,i:'M''1' ""!'-"U1-1 l" '"",,'t c, y i ut whillii-r guilty or not. ouv i;i:xo: ,M1? i'.i OK WEAKLEY. Foil cui;i;k.ss, rdmuxdcooim:!:. of nv.inoiiu. FOB ST ATI'. SKN.VIT., F. A. LOUGIIMILIJ:if, OF 1- HANK MX. For Ropresonlative from Franklin C'oiiniy. THOMAS V. MOSKIA. C'E.VTItAIi EXECUTIVE com mittee. ,K'J Tno. C. r.niit, oi l Jiiv'kI ion, f 'lia' i-iu:ui. John Ihixlor, of Kno-. Win. I!. Canidiidl, of Wilson. Do.'.sc.y 11. Thomas, of Mumplm vs. James Jones, of Greene A A. Steele, ol Marshall. f 'harle.s S. ( 'aiiicroii, ofShelhy. ' Jiiccutivir (.'oiiiiniiK'O fur Wiilil!' ''ciiiii'ssrc. John I.ellvel, John S. Ilrien. Matt. Uro'wn, T'he. 'J'raneniiclil (i)ii:,i i'v:iliv! i'lal form. Vi'c, the Con-ervativi: 1'nioii men nfi Tennessee, adopt the following l'l.it ' 1 01 loriii ol jirineiplcs : lsl. We i re in favor of the l.'nion t:i ,,o. H...

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. — 8 August 1867

; ;, l-N? F, 1! ' i 'Jill. :. W El if: ; Jess r- r- Pi rl M M M r 2 ft t 1. 1 ;' HO -ME. JOURNAL, -.'i:j;iasH.KJ i;VKBV Tlll'RMUY V i, 1 W. .J. I' LAXTKlt cV CO,, W.J. KI.ATTF.Ii. ' II. II. DlU. IX. One coyy, one year, 83 OD dii.'. copy, si:; month, 2 (id Out' i )'. I hrec months, 1 23 . , :HUKSlmKNTS. v- ..... an !' takun of Anonymous I'oiiiiiitinii'a ,.iiu. 'li.ile.vvi' i'i ietontlcil J'i- itisL-rtii.il in ' In- Huini; -hiiii-toil, must Ue ant liciitii iiti-cl by !i.Mi:imi'ii:-liiMn-4ii if l!io writer not nee-.'--.irily f,,r piihllnitii.a, tint ns niriiur.-in'co for I'tith .'.i.'l ii'sMi.il)illty. Ail iMjiiiO'i. IcHei-s for this olUi'O hlioiiM !' ml n v.,,1 to 'I'll ' Itcniiu .lutiiiitil," V inelit'.itt'v- '.II riiacu'.liiil- uinr.4 flr llu'llii'IltinU Ullls.1 bll Writ- t''ti'iu one m;!o ijl't'ne leitfo, Mini w il'i nil other ii .liters 1'Oiinecti.A v.lth tho etlUoiial ileptirt ucait, '. 1 1 , l! . I h :i,iivs;oiI : IMItor of Tliu lining .Liio'ii'il, W'iielicstur, 't'oiin. ; , .;....

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. — 8 August 1867

aejaajiattfSaiS !aMwaMBiau.wwa''M' '4 III m I'll Hi Mm Hill. IMS': 1 CI'J mm Ml f Aft : f ft : n i IS. ma Ml. .11 rai tV 1 i mi .ilia. w. J. 8unEa oo., editor. WINCHESTER, TENN; THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 8, XT LEGAL WARXlXa. The Home Journal has Inst hut llltlo lost tliun one thousand dollars before una since the war by not acting upon the following l till', which wo now ii 'opt and lnteud un reservecllv to adhere to. to-w Its We shall liolJ all cfciks.inagl-trittca, administrator, streets nnd those acting In n Ihluclarv ca pacity, individually responsible furmlvor iNilig ihcy may o'riler tis cuoh . If they m'Kleet to collect our fees it Is their fault., not ours. W. J. SLATTLK & .'0. THE IXIXIION-ITS LESSON. The grar.d parody is over, and hard ly any one is surprised, but it seem to us that humanity must stand aghast at such hideous desecrations of every right knowu to a republican form of government, and in a government which ko had been taught to believe ivas bas ed upon the ri;...

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. — 8 August 1867

.... p JTirursiay, August 8tht 1867. Kkvival. An interesting revival of religious feeling is drawing large audiences to the Methodist Church. Billy Word announces in our columns a grand combination of pleasure arrangements at the Smile Saloon. The upper sto ries of two buildings are con nected by a nwly-cut door, and constitute now the grand apartments for billiards. Billy Unit fait in the art of know ing when to please and tow. Pbksoxal V. K. Steven son and M, Burns, both promi nent railroad men, were in town last Monday. We were pleas ed lo n:v: Mr. K irtin,one a8ide from their mi8UrpasSed, if ,,i il1;:l,osv citizens Winchester not ragwpa8Bablo educational , , - , ha d w ho now lives at Per- faciUti 0r inducements on ry, in beorgia Territory, Caliph the gcore of health unequaled Sickles King. unsurpassed, at least else- Wo never didTelnnything where in America. This fact out of season. For instance- established whether the man watermelons in winter time: a mca wim cnoiera ornui. s...

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. — 8 August 1867

,.,r,(" m:V v'-T-ViV '"' r t W. l r l W, ': . fee' Lll'll, mm Hi f :f ?f ft a si tiOlfciiiai V I ua if. i- i v snurr.tivinNmwiwww ims r v.- -. - -j 7vK!.j1'1MJ Y'iMOliN l-XU, At!';.- r, 'i. ' ' i .1 .'are Liny the struggle, i i,; . Aud . ilto liiidionlfl know this; tim, 1 a vm it i it. .i i . t'l'lil Mill!! I'll f ' r t'ni H ;. ! rj 7 " V it 10 Select. 1.1 to I II ? .fail Lorn w'uU p"r lie j son, and u.Toct ICuit ,vut,l!.4 siHwiilon.TT.'Su. 1 1 i'.'. si j. t. )i. Jin )., Hi' o;.o,'.i... in all ivgo.a government!, i.'.'i C l--" r overturned by men who mut'io eiv.ti prol'es,,ioil i in pa'-i'lotm.') and poo l in teitlions. 'IV :-:-Ti--.-!t !iilnt't:l live to tat tho toil-i-I.lii f.i.il 1..V flatlcrmg h-i :li)d ilc-Vr,!.;' !'!;l '"Wl '(.'1 WO ill i do ! f. j;....J. II v ;; :h'!y ile-:!'-''!!, iic pi"-:----' ! . v ..A.iflit :.,n '' -i :t -I'll t'l 111-) I'l "dm; ;.i iiswjfirerL-iiitivi' :iiiri it!f v6ir tv -brlon;? to society ! t i I iV.ihJ goQ'I anl under ,tlif fc:Mtk !--,...t"- I iuK. ...

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. — 15 August 1867

7) L 10 71 H fcVOL. VII. WINCHESTER, TEN.N., THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15, 1867. I NUMBER 27. JOTMNM HOME JOURNAL, l'1'UUrtHl'.n EVKHT T1H BSDAY BY V. T. (SLVTTEH & CO., W.J.SLATTEK. ' - ll.li.DUUX. , : TTTHTVTFti Otic eoyy, one- year, Ono copy, His months,,.; , Onu copy, three month,. . . . . .$3 00 . a oo . 1 25 TO COKllUSrON DENTS. No notlcii nui be taken of Auonyuiom Cimiuiuulc , tluns. Whatever li iiitiiuliia for hisurtlou in ' TJie Homo Journal, must be authenticated by ' tVic name ami ivklruM of the writer not nec. ewarilv for publictttoa. but a gcarantee lor ' jf'iM t'.r'M ".lt i'C?lo!e:iUlUy. All li'.istn" letters for this oiltc shonbl bo ari't'l twiliu Homo Journal," vViuchMtur. All uoiiiuiuuiuatiuiis for publication must bo writ. tenon ono side tit' the patfc, aiut with all otlier mailers counectcit wifft the oilitoiiyl .depart. nient.BluiiMbett'Mro-suili Witur of The Homo Jonriiu'., Wluchestur, Tonn. We cnimol, u a rule, nmlert ike to return articles nut fume! suitabl...

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 August 1867

II 1 1 I I VI 1III1IIJ 1811 I! 1! IQ BIII1IB II I if 1 111 '.V. J. CUTTER t) 00., KDIT0H0. WINCHESTER, TENX : o THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 15 LEGAL UAKMSa. The Home Journal lias lo-u lint little h's than one thousand dollars before and since tho war by not act in;,' upon tin following rub4, which we now ii topt and Intend un reservedly to adhere to, to-wit : Wis shall hold all cirri. iniigl'trati'S, administrator agents ami those titlny tn u thhichirv ca pacity, individually responsible for adver tising they may order as such. If they neglect to 'collect our feet il I their Omit, pot curs. W. J. FLATTER & CO. f.ew.'inee Collci-late Institute. On Monday, 2d of September, tbls In stitution of lemming will ope.ii, under the eharge of W. II, Hunt, assisted by n curp :.f competent teachers. I'DITOKI.YL ITF.MS. On the l('th instant a Democratic procession in Baltimore wus fired into by srimo skulking Radicals. Two per sons were seriously wounded. (,'pt. Driver makes another spicy expose, ...

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 August 1867

m Tisiiuewieo. Thu Memphis Bulletin give the fol lowing; granule, description. of tbo late election la rouiiossoo.. It would ecem that tlio expected tragotly turned out a Innglmblo ftircc, well performed by Wrownlow and his Ethlo peart Min strels, Wu guess bouDs wae at band: Wo looked in upon them nt the poll 'infr places, nt about twelve o'clock. Not lieiiifi a voter ourselves, on account of u supposed defect of patriotism, our visit was, of course, one of mcro cu riosity. To our eyes, thu long pro cession' of dusky inures making their way slowly to tho judge's stand, bore the Hcmblnnco of a funeral procession. Liberty wns dead, we thought, and these wero his pall-bearers. , Tlie white people, thoso unfortunate Individuals who has boon tabooed on account of their color, wero looking on curiously, from a distance, pretty much as they would look upon the realization ol some Eastern tale iu tho Arabian Nbdits. We scanned tho countenance of the dusky voters. Childish curiosi ty, and si...

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 August 1867

rt :m m m. b la a v a m i h a m 1 n k i mh.. mw i. . WlXCUJiSTlitt, 1 TLX X : THURSDAY MOKNIXG, AVG. 13 "C7. Note on tho Slttutliou. "o. 12. ET HON. B, II. IIII.I,, OP OI-OIWU. 1 have now shown that tho Military bills M'o unconstitutional. There can J.c nothing ::m':1 I'.i.n to!.', f. rt'iv ani ia Iheiiiosl (iiu'.'!, coi.'.liot wi'.h 11. ajtryjewguage and pi'i'poKe uf the Con stitution, nnd the jvifiition is enneeded. Of course there tun bo no io-siUe good reaaon for violating the dn.sti t'.ilion, for, to sr.y so, is neither more or less than to say the Constitution i. wrong, and the Government organized under it ought to be sn' verted ! And i his Is exactly what, every man who vo ted for or approved these hills did say iud (loci say; and every man Lo jades to carry out these hills votes to tet a tide the Constitution and subvert the Government. I care not what hi liiouih r.nys or his lijs profesi about loyalty, his heart is far frum tho Constitution, and his act is to destroy the G...

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 August 1867

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