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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 22 August 1867

HJHUk WINCHESTEB, TF.NN i 0-- THURSDAY MOBNINQ, AUG. 2 '67 OUtt PAPEK. . We hope to bo able next week to present ourreaders with a paper much improved in typographical appearance if not otherwise. Heretofore our skill ;is practical printers has been of little avail ftgainst the solt paper, such as is U841 this week. We have secured heav ier nnd harder paper, and if heretofore wo have done well, hereafter we shall do better. Tbo Home Journal must and ihull be the neatest paper in the Stn! A hold assertion, truly, but wait and see if it be not sustained. The Itailroad War. The election of officers to manage the affairs of the N. ic C. Railroad for thenoxtyear ensuing, come off inNash vl tie on Wednesday last. There wa9 much excitement, and the meeting was not entirely harmonious. .Speeches were made by eminent gentlemen on both sides that Is for the Bum's Board and for the Stephenson board. The vote of Charleston, amounting to about 1200, was, for reasons wo have not room now to give,...

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 August 1867

1 ! .K.,r ir- ( V - ( .... T. v ... n "gawsgg j ! ii w I i i , . 1 J : - - .. r lillfflL Thursday, Auyust 8th, 2867. Our Schools. Only one week from next Monday there will open in Winchester four important agencies for instil ling into the mind of youth t he subtle and importunt truths of human science. To us Win- thestcrians this is an epoch of more than ordinary importance, and really it should be a matter of grave interest to all lovers of truth and science everywhere. rc have two female and two mule schools, which cannot be excelled any where n .this Union, if in the civilized world, iind it is natural we should feel a thrill of pride humble, sub dued pride when we reflect upon the immense advantages and privileges we enjoy, even in the estimation of the ripest scholars, in an educational point ofview. We see no reason why Win chester should not become as famous in the annals of history as an Oxford or Yale. Certain it is, we have all the elements here to build up a world-wide r...

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 August 1867

,T,. ... .Mi:;:!:1 '-3 '11 Coining Statu Elections. YiXtrj -Sr-rs-TT 1 ... - i e.a'HCttcilMY M0R51XO.- AUO.. Aij -i 1 XEGrv ?r4Ji.vi.v. . , ' TlieJ Tome 'Tournai bins' lout but little le " tuirn Qije thousand dollars before nii'Mmi v't,ho. war by not acting upon the follow im. . fule, which vo now adopt anil IiiPik) mi' renci'vedlv lo adhere to. to-wii: V'n fluid ilmbl all fl-vU.-t. M:gl.-triil.es, lidiniuirtriitor-. " n)iTiit4,, iliid. thor. "i'u:( tnr in a ll.liicliirv cu 'paclty, Individually rc-nutis'ilil lor mlver- iiHinii nicy may order a.s. ftiv.li. n uiev " neglect to ooUv'i'l our fen II U 1 heir lini! jlVt ours, y,l.,jaJ4.vnKK A CO. . .'Jl :',!-..;'; -.k.!L. .'' KtViiw CoUVgr-ite. ' fnstitiito. .' in y.CijiiiLiy', Ui itt September. tliU In ttpni ion otluiiribiijr will opr-n. iin,1"r thi Ahtit.ee rf w. H. ilfsr. hWisrieJ by a a,rji. eomp'.'..'i)t learners, . ... .n '. - V .- - : II in. stalft.1 that film. M'titlur is at Fort'lMlov," u;uli r a'cixij. ley Gen. Hud COek-.S 'tiM...

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. — 5 September 1867

' ' .. ..... .t.L. 'i hi. .1111 n-n ...r.-..um.nitmnlw-mwr.miiMtmmmim-mmmiitmii iayi.ywiiiiimi - 1 - rr"7 ... , ... I . -rr- -rr- -w .,'ttv- ' Iff .-rrm - - "TT V TTT II--IN - T A,?v,w-1 ; HOME JOURNAL. Editors axd PnoraiEtous. ' " IIBLISUED EVERY . TflUlLSDAY r Advertising Ttrnn' .', set fourtK Page. Look out, e Ljagukbs. Tho Nash vlllo Union says that in response to a pressing invitation from the colored Conservatives of Goorglu,- Joseph E. Williams, the colored orator of Nash ville, is making arrangements for a can vass of several weeks in Georgio. He will commence at Columbus about tho first of September. , - i-ikd:vi ih; j u u$m mm ? vnr VTr Wl1Sir.HEST.RR; TENJSL SEPTEMBER 5, 13()7. ) JNUMBEK 29. Onecoyy, pus yea,. J .VA.1';.C.W 00 One copy. ax month.. . . 1 00 One copy.thnrt months,. 1 floles on tho SHualldn.-No. 14. Tcnuesseo, says the St. Louis Times, with her white citizens' disfranchised, voted the Radical tickot at tho recent election; Kentucky, with a free white people,...

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. — 5 September 1867

HOME JOURNAL. V. J, SLATTEIt CO., KMTOUS, Our l?latioim. 1. Olioy tho Uwi, however odious, union obe dience be moro uiHgiweful than rebelltnu. 2. Uutusi dishonor Invades our hearths, iilnnlt tonnyllilmr forth sake of peace, but never ac kEuwlvlgifiiogro equality. 3. Sever, by vot, or for "policy lakii," Invito ioKro equality, but await the victory of runnou in j v It luin Over fnuutlcism ami Ignnriinoo. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. Wc propose to give tho readers oi' the Home Journal a very brief narru tion of the political bituation outside oi ttrownlow-cursod Tennessee, and will Btato Unit our remarks arc based main ly upon what we have gleaned from the columns of tho New York bxprcss a journal which is not surpassed in the Isortii for accuracy ol statements, or ability of reasoning. I'lie relations beUvccu President JohiiHon and Gen. Grant continue to form tho stnplo of editorial remarks in most of tho newspapers. The New York Times, edited by tho turncoat Knymoiul, nd tho Tribune, ed...

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. — 5 September 1867

2aES23 &&&& Pope and tlio Press. sSfttrap Pope, who comtunnds the Territories of Georgia, Alabama and Florida, lias issued the following order : . fit. It it there fort ordered, That nil advertisements or other, ollloiul publi icatloM heretofore, or to be hereafter provided for by Stato or municipal laws or ordinances, bo given by proper civil officers whoso duty it is to have such publication to be made, to such newspapers, and such otfly as have not opposed and do not oppose reconstruc tion under acts of Congress, nor at tempted to obstruct in any manner civ il oiHcers appointed by tho military au thorities in this district in the discharge of their duty by threats of violence or prosecution, or other penalties, as soon ,as military protection is withdrawn, for ,ttcts performed iu their official capacity. Now, thcro are only five Radical pa pers in Georgia, and ono of them, the Savannah Republican, is so disgusted with the order as to rcfuso to receive the addition...

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. — 5 September 1867

Anil in this spirit I iloolnro what I be lieve, wlmt I nra propnvcil'to demon strate with the most lcgitimuto argu ment, Mint these bills nvo not' only un constitutional and illegal, but they em body crimes hih criica i'saiiist 'the good order, peace and dignity of thehiutii," and all of the States crimes' dniiiBt lliodead, against llio living, and, against coining millions ; crimes com pared with which the conspiracy ofC'at tilino was respectable and the treason ol Arnold was insigmllcuut nud harmless. How, with such couvictiomj, can 1 turn aside for a mere personal contro versy? I scorn such work. But Governor Brown bus make nome statements ami disclosures which 1 . think will enable the people slill more clearly to nee the truth of all I have said touching these Military Kills and tho purposes of the Uadical party, 'and these 1 sliall deem it my duty brielly to notice. lfccoipts. CmtE for llou.ow lloitN. Take u handful ct fine salt moistened with sof soap, rub thoroughly from the...

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. — 12 September 1867

. ; ;,4i ,.' 1 . iimi'i ' v i ...u.f ;'.i. PHILADELPHIA UNIVUKSITY. MEDICINE and SURGERY PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING. . T -U 12 -J , -. .- For AdvcrtiEing Terras ue fourth Page, TERMS; One coyy, 0110 year, .$3 00 One cony, six months.. . 2 00 One cony, three months, 1 25 All Subscriptions Required Strictly in Advance. TO COKItESPONDENTS. No notice i-ii 11 lie taken of AnoiiymouB t'ommunk-a liom. Whatever Is Intended for Inswtlon In . The Home Juurnnl, must be authenticated by the naiueandHildwui of the writer not noc t'ssarily fur publication, but ns u guarantee for (rood faith and n.-sponililllty. All uusiiR-Ss letti-i for this ollk'O sliouhl bo ad dressed to "The Homo Journal," Wluchester- All coimnunirntlouii for publication must bo writ- , ten on one side of the pane, and with all other mutters connected with the editorial depart ment, should be addressed : Editor of The Homo Journal, Winchester, Tunn. We cannot, uk a rule, undertake to return articles not found suitable fo...

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. — 12 September 1867

f.i.'. 1'.'.' ...,,', B v r, .I..,. ''"irv--'-"'" , I J, 'I Hit ,t.' ('I'H ? it fi B3H : ' 'I-'-. Wis III Btifti ill ft r H fey :1 Ami In this Riiiril I declare v. hut I bo. Kft!1 I ! .OT.'...d 0! 11 wo have ftcqnentlv rocnt. that these bills nro not only un."rs1' u'""1 0"r I'0!'"' tho esily ol conbtilulionul andillegaMjiit thoy ftni-;,U'",ll';lS"' emigration to Franklin body crimes high criiea---iigaliil"'iiiilv, and it is with regret Hint we , "tho good order, pcaco and dignity olsec, it luck of ellort on the part of many. Ihobtute," andaUoflluiStates-c.in.oMj, , (oi,llt , cmcemam jy Against Uiodead, against the living, and ,, ., , . . , ngniint coming millions; Crimea com'1 wp w""1,1 ''le our country rich and pared with which the conspiracy ol'Ctit !'l',,'T(,';)tri- Without population, our ulino was respectable mid tho treason 0 lands will lie almost worthless, and ev Arnold was iiiHign'dlcant and hnriitlcsa ,.rv businc;. hill ImmhiIsIi an, die. UV 'I'hc AniiH'.sty Jl'nicliiiii.i...

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. — 12 September 1867

' "- ; JUDGE ALLKX O. THUEMAN, ; .. at 4 AVaiokoncta,OUio, Aug. 20, 1807. Sir. Thurmnn is Iho Democratic candi date for Governor of Ohio, and spoke to about 2,000 persons, who frequeent ly applauded his great effort upon the great questions that concern our com juon country. Wo nro free to any that wc have road nothing: in a lonjr time that surpasses this speech, and next week wo shall endeavor to cive it in full to tho readers of tho Homo Jour nal. This week wo will extract from it as appended. IIU defenco of the democratic party,' his casligation of tlio demons who nro destroying this conn ti'v nml frnniiilinir liniin tllQ Constitll 1 B "l 1 tion under tlio naino of "loyalty," nud who answer all patriotic opposition to their mad schemes by crying out "Cop perhead Traitor;" his review of the past history of Lincoln, Wade, Chase, Stanton. Holt, and - all the Radical naints, who advocated State Eights, ' and advised Secession, but who now bankrupt tlio country and want to hang all wh...

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. — 12 September 1867

rtKfiXL.-ll.'KBll.- ... . . If Si' ft ltcpudintioii. ,Ftom Uic Nf.i'. Express. There' begiiw to l?" what tho Kx jivc'sb lms long foreseen moro than an uneasiness tinder tho lveavv load ol the Jwitiotial leM or, in other words, it is now dcniontd,rutod tlm tho war cry of "a'Niitlomil Debt In a National bles sing," was a fuleo cry. Tho Union U further front being restored than it was at tho end of tho war, while the South is to bo a perpetual debt burden to ns iiq more a help-meetjn life. The Kxnrcsri has done nil it could to pre educate 1'eoplc against those ideas it Wars, or of JMit boiiijr blussiiigH, or, that "Unions" were to He restored or kept up by inis and epaulettes. The KxprcKs litis also, boon trj ing to teach ( us yet in vain j that the prinajtlv of re pudiiition is not confined, to . paying juipcr obligations, such as Honda, tvc.,' tua that when once the iK'od tiro eilu rated to pay no respect to mper eoiisl't liltiolijS, they will pjiy less respect l 'Uonds, Ac, Cor t.'o...

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 September 1867

.:. r I W. J. 8LATTKH1 H. H. DULDt Editors aho Pboprictoks. J PUBLISHED EVERY THUIISDAT IYIIM Itt Alwrtiung. Terw we foarth ftgt. One coyy, one year,. 13 00 Odo copy, tlx months,. . ............. 9 00 One copy, three months,.. '.. 1- 25 All SukriptitH Beqiirei Stfitllj it Adrian, TO COHKESPONDENTS. No notice can be taken of Anonymous Comraunlc tloni. ' Whatever It Intended for Iniertlon In The Rome Journal, matt be authenticated by ' the name and addreu of the writer not nso essarlly for publication, but u a gaarantee for good faith and responsibility. All business lottert for thli office ihould be ad dressed to "The Home Journal," Winchester- All communications for publication mast be writ ton on one side of the page, and with all other mattera connected with the editorial depart ment, should be addressed s Editor of The Home Journal, Winchester, Tenn. We cannot, at a rule, undertake to return articles not found suitable for publication. Four hundred new postal money or ' iet offic...

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 September 1867

HOME JOURNAL. W. J. BLATTER CO., EDITORS. Our Platfcrm. - 1. Obey tha lwt, however oUoui, unleis olio- ulenet b mart disgraceful than reboulon. . . Vnleu dishonor lunula ov.r hearths, submit to inytlilng for the lake of posue, but never uc- .nowledge negro equality. 8. Novar, by yote, or-for "policy taka," Invite negro equality, but awult the victory of reason and wildom over fiuiatlclsm unJ Ignurunco. . Vehavo for some time believed tliut tbo very excess of wicked usurpations by the Radical, or JticoUjii party, would leud to its fuin. Tine, wo were aston ished that a people educated, as tlic people of the Unitod Stutcs had been, in all the rudiments of liberty, versed in the glorious and sacred benefits flow ing from strict regard for Muyna Char ta and the guarantees thereof, and with UfLl.iniifil fjvvni nntt nn1 ri'niitniitv lnnm. - e fvTv..v .v Ing up constantly as consequences of such regard we say we were astonish ed that thev should ho ciuictlv BiiLuiiL . to Iho establishment ...

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 September 1867

1 Li . M f . . . .p - - . , - ' .',"-''.- " ' . . 1 ' --""V V.:' ' ' ' ' -- ' ' We lcaro by a gentleman Just from the territory of Mississippi, that negro, loyal leagues are being formed all over the State. , Ditto Georgia territory, and ditto the other territories. . The ad mission feo is one dollar, which the poor negro pays forth privilege of vo ting for Radicals to, hold, office. :vw"m there ever on God't earth such aa in famous organization as bat pshaw! We fool disgust beyond.expressltot and shall not rnano me attempt, t ,i Tho Fress and '.Times thinks the peo plo of Montgomery ought to give re lief to the ninety women and children who are on tho point of starvatlou in that city. It don't intimate that the Government which can spend millions upon millions in & fanatical attempt to exalt tho negroes, should 'do anything for starving whites. Indeed the Jaco bins would confiscate half the' white ' people possess, take the other half to support the negro Bureaus and military 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. — 19 September 1867

. .. " -' -- ..., . r- . . - '. 1L :.. 1 1 1 a J 1 p. iatmj ill ir.jj 'jff " ...... X-l" ? T'PV,'C'' V- J?"' ' . A 1 VII ' -1 a JO s SELF-PROTECTION. ' ' 'r ' v- 'V1 What About Employing Had leal Froscrlp 'tionlsts? Letter from Dr. Bowerr U lion. A. A. Steele on the subject. ' " GonDossTitLE, Tbnn., AllgUSt 22(1 -1867 Hos." A. A. Steelk Mx Deai Sim Eighty thousand wbtio men, ii. Tciineweu, constituting the Inn as ot tin. intelligence, and a largo wiajority ol tin taxpayers of tho State, are iiroscribei; from nnv fmvtii'ipution in tho affairs o. government. These- eighty thousand lnt-n lire hi loyally obcdrerrttotLo laws, and as renjiccttul to the authority ol government, State and Federal, as iiuj equal number ate in any State in th United States. Their exclusion from tho right to vote, and from the conse quent exercise of nil political privile ges, enslaves arid degrades them. IV Jriuully they are enslaved and degra (led. Whether this political enslave merit ajid degradation is rig...

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 September 1867

- : i - ' 'm-- Pl"4gB W. J. SLATTJEB. . II. H. DULIM W. J. 8LATTEB Ac CO., Editors and Pbopriitom. PUBLIS it.0 EVEUY THURSDAY EVENING. ht ' AdteriiiiDj Term lee Fwrtk hp. TERMS: On coyy, one year, 13 00 Onu copy, six months, 2 00 One copy, three months,. 1 25 All SutariptioDi EeqaireJ Strictly io Alvuet. TO CORRESPONDENTS. No notice can be tukon ol' Anonymous Comniunlca lions, 'Wlmtovar it ItiUtuilvU fur Insertion In Tho tlomo Journal, mtiht bo authenticated by the name and utidreu of the writer not noo. psmirily for publication, but as a guarantoo for Kooil liilth and rutpontiliillty. All business letters for this ofllco should bo ad drossod to "The Homo Journal," Winchester All communications for publication must bo writ ten on one side of the pane, and with all otber matters connected with the editorial depart ment, should be addrewed : Editor of The Homo ' Journal, Winchester, Tonn. ' We cannot, as a rulo, undertake to return articles not found sultublo for publication. The ueti...

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 September 1867

iiir'Vl 1 "!,' f. :!'. ,(1.. ' .W , - .. V j ' ' "' W.v. i.-v" -l..,,..-,M il ill : . If. " f fife Sill U ', & It I - SI I' , t: v v. a1 ,i: h J" . . . ill'1 "lift i' It f:j r. it ; HOME-JOURNAL. W. J. Sf.ATJ'KU & CO., KlUTOil'S. Olll' X'lllt Covilli I, .1)17 tin- lmvs, lio'wi'ver o.liuus. uiiIvm oljo-illi-m-c 10 iwri! disgraceful Ui:i1i rebellion. ' '). fiiluss ilUh'-mur lnvii'los our luarl'iH, mitjmil lu uu.vthiiig for tlio m.u ut iwiuo, liul iwvcv ar kiwwV Itfi' neurit tiimlily. '.V N.'vi'r, 1y void, or fur "puttcy lutfe," Invito r.. ;;n ciimlit, ltr.t iiwult tlio vlitury of rra-.uu ii.s.l v.i 'loin over t'.uiul'icf.-iii iiniliirnuruucc. Sowiipoc t'olloffluic I h si it n lo. We are "lad to learn that a military organization will lio given the Sowanee Collegiate Inslitulo, in this place, l-,y 'tliclstofJariimry i!C:l. The I'linci pal Jlsjv.,Mr. Hunt i now in corren- j,o;i ieiu,o with a gontlcinmi of high charaeter and well qualified for the lio tiitioji of t'oinniandant of...

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 September 1867

'fa SUFFRAGE i AT NOKTU. , THE 1 '? The Ile-actlon in Public Sentl meat A Powerful ProtcHt from a Kopublienn Source. 01 nil tbo literary journals of tlic North, tbo Kountl Table W by far the nlilest nnd most respectable. In the last issue of this influential paper, wlileb has hitherto yielded a consistent sup- port to the measures of tlio Republican party, wo A"r' tlie following remarkable urtielo on "universal sullragor CAK WK KDUCATB THE NEOgO ? Education- is the only logitiinuta In- Hia for tite suffrage.. It is the habit of men who strain Tor notojuity by novo tilting extremes to abscuro by clonus of rhetoric tho simplo fundamental truths w.hic.i ougli, for the sake of good government, to bo "kept clearly in view. Americans are said to bo . habit ually" dazzled by success and to des pise history, but they cannot avert by ignoring tho consequences that reason and experience ensuro 113' results of a given lino ot policy. Nothing is more certain than that the lower tho averago inte...

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 September 1867

'Wheat for Seeding. ' A correspondent of the Can ada Farmer, in discussing. the subject of wheat growing, makes several points which may prove valuable to some of our readers. It is assumed that the best soil forv wheat U that in which clay predominates, but to insure a crop the land must be naturally or artificially drained. Arabic land requires for a full development of its re sources a crop of fall wheat in 'the system of rotation. The se lecting and preparation of seed wheat is of great importance, yet rarely receives any atten tion. Seed wheat should be tested by immersion in water, as the imperfect grain will float on the surface, and is thus sev ered from that suitable for sow ing. These floating grains are those infested with fungi or parasites, and though light enough to float, have still sufli cient vitality to germinate and pists, which diminish the quan tity and vitiate the quality ol th;j wheat crop. Alter the float ing grains are removed, turn the water off and give th...

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. — 3 October 1867

Jl W . J. .-.(..vi'l'tiH. II. 11. IlL'U.V, V- .X.. HLAT'l'liH .V CO., ElUTOltS AM) PltOl'Ul.i'lOK. .Ft'lllISIIFJ) flOWAI LVLXIMJ Fur Advertising Ttruis see Fotirlli Page. Onecoyy. one year, ..... . .Oni! copy, six mouiln1, '. . One copy, tliriio months. 3 1)0 . i! 00 1 25 Ml Mwriiitkj l'fni Strict.) in Advance. TO COKKESPONDJiNTS. Xo nutlrc c;m lit'nknn of Anouj mens L'oumiimii'ti tioiis. Wliiltuvvrin Inloinloil fur Innt'i'llon In 1 ho Iloniu lout-ii;;!, ninsl liu mitlit'iituutcil by thu n.'iini! and itiMivsn uf tliu writer not nou cisiiirlly for inililli-atl.m, lint its a giiurimli'U fur eou.l f.iith anil responsibility. All lniIiii'M letters fur tlil olliru shouM bo l ihvssi-il t.i" i'liL' Homo .lournal," Wim.'liosti'i'- All rommuiili'iitiiiiis for iiilliiMllou iiiiit liu writ ten on one sMo of (hi' luiro, unit W illi all other iimUoin I'omiootoil Willi thu iMitorial ih'imrt laoiit, sliimlillii-iiililrcoii'il: l.'litor of The lloinu . .Iiniriiiil, WiuHiusln-, 'IViui. Wo uaiimit, a...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
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