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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 12 December 1867

"V-i'.k' ::"n .(f'v"-(i-s. '.' 1"v I 0t.y . ,V,. if- u,,,1 ...-.e 7 ' 'or.,!' rt '1'ft if; 1 J . ' IV 1' vr ..' It,'1' J A! a; i,. 1. 110MEMOUIINA1, v. J. hL.vnxn & to., fihtous. Our IMatfovm.- I. A (igTemmn.t of white men for white men net no poUllfal lnUtCucnjtion 1. s.rlia stiiwriUi.tttliu o(' Hit) wllltnry t Ibi Wit por, 8. So fcM.iuiliiu itni.'.CJ oi Btaloi. In lime .f (ictu- 4. IV.pKuiil Hssvrunct) t'i nil freemen el' till' A 1 utMi txtn, of nil Hie I'lvll rlgm ul iii-i'iiH'ii S. I.ov1W to Uml'iuw c.f ttiu htti': Fiu-W e AeOmsllliitlou In It', iruii nUi'i.l mi'l rim miiu f tfU'y U'O lnwa, liowntiv oillnc.', imle.-.s. olir dii-tn'c In' mure iltsgmt'i.'lVI Ihiin r"lvlli"ii. 1. L'uli'st IHhoncr ttv ,ule: our lumith, Hulitnli kiihjtliinu foi-t'iJ ul ivium, lull novel-ue ieenlC'liro nuirm I'Mu.ility. K ur. In Mitw, "i f'lf "policy 1 v 1 1 ii-io iMiiuliU-, Imt iiw.iit tho vlitnry in' ri'uioi nud tti.lumov. r r.u.iU'-im iV'ri"" c , ,, t..;i!.li'liincnt .if MllluryH-.-i"-' ""'. 1,...

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 December 1867

IIIB PltESIDENT'8 MESSAGE. Wp wrote to Nttsltvlllo iu order to get several hundred copies of tlic Mes 6fl,.0fov inelosuro 03 an extra, la the Home Joiirilul, but before our want was known the type had been distribute1, nnd now, Inasmuch as the length of the document precludes the thought of publishing itiu our 'columns, nnd wo lave wailed until a late hour in hopes of getting the extra alluded to, we must content ourself with a brief synopsis. The message will challenges universal nttention. Its spirit is up to the do mnmls of the hour, nnd its composition clear and powerful iu nil the elements of a first v'lass State paper. We way, in truth, say that the cogent reasoning of the President is so powerful that the Jacobins will hardly be so silly, not withstanding their known recklessness, us to attempt a controversion. The Homo Journal is especially pleased with the moral courage tlie President exhibits' in opposing tlio Africanization of this country. Tlio issues aro fast resolving ...

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 December 1867

r"-"f. iK.pfi ?f it'.,'"" i . .... i . 'V' .... v . if 1:1 MVh; : ' I i V. - ,1 ! f it t.; ' I: HOME JOURNAL. Rates of AUcertinlny. Advertisements Inserted at 1 fill pel quurcof ten linen (brevier !e,) first In sertion, anil 75 conta fur e uch tiibsi'iuicnt Insertion. Ona eolumn. one year. - $i:iO 0(: " " six months, ... 75 00 " " three " .... Sis U( Half oolumn, one year, . - so Oti " . bIx month, .... r.O (Hi " ' three " ... - (id fourth, column, one year, - - - - ftiMKi " " , six months, .... :t," no , three 'I" Ons square, une year, - - - - - is uu " Blimuntha, .... 12 (Ml three - 7 Ml fiT All foreign advertisers must pay In advance. It will he Hst'ls to send aclvcr tiscnicnts vlllithcrciiitto "publish mid mil bill.'' l'uteiit medicine manufactu rers mu.-t Imv ucrin-iiiny to published i'hU-w. iii 1 in no Instance will their special uo-tle- liu published except nt l!U c iits per line lur each insertion Ur Our Agents :ire not'iilcd ibul it will be useless to take ail v irt l.-n-n ...

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 December 1867

' f e V" W, 1, SLATTEK. H. PUUM. Kirroits and PnorniKTons. FUBISUEB EVERY THURSDAY .EVENING. For Advertising Terms Bee Fourth Page, TERMS: Onocoyy, ono year, $3 00 One copy, six months,.'. 2 00 Ono copy, three months, 1 25 All Subscriptions Dftjuircl Strictly in Alliance. 'r HnlTOfriT? . II VI 1 W II II V 1 ' J 1 II II X F i V II II 1 . V 0 J? A:'1 . piyL ADELPHI A . Y0L. VII. i TO COlUtESPONIJISNTS. No notice enn bo taken uf Anuii j-moin Oommunlcn tious. WlmUivur Is Ititmntc-tl for insertion In The Homo Journul, must bo authenticated by tliu uumu and address of tho writer not uco esmirily Kir publication, b.it us u guurantee fu( Kood faith unci responsibility. All business letters for this olllco should bo ad dressed to "The Home .luurnal," Winchester All communications fur publication must be writ ten on ono sldo of the wage, and with all other matters connected with the editorial depart ment, should be addressed : Editor of The Home Journal. Winchester, Tonn. We cannot, as a rulo...

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 December 1867

Si ' i 1. .f 4 't '"'4 j: : ' 1 .r :? !,f 6 I; 6' i'i i ( V 1 HOME JOURNAL. Th A tales o AdvevtMiiff. Advertisements Inserted tit $1 fill per Hiiuruof ten line (brevier size,) first In sertion, and 75 cents for each uIim quint Insertion. jrrind o""i Om eoluinn, one year . . . $1:10 Of " six month, 7r (Mi " three " - - - - ,V 0(i Half oolunin, one year w) (Hi " " six month, ... - no (M " " ' three " - - - ')' (i'i Tourth column, one veur. - - - - Ml 0(1 " " , nix months, - - - - il5 'M' " " . ' three " 25 00 Ons iqnare,tne vear, 1 ou - ' simoiiths, - - - 12 (HI tint' V 50 fiT All foreign advertisers must pay In advance. It will be useleso to send adver tisements with the request to "publish mid f ml 1)111." . l'nti-nt .i.-illf)U' liiaiiuriU-ltl- "C oft; t V. .U l-,wini.-ii.ii, i.. i - ' i iitbruninS'il' m-.u'tial liv, no mi.-iii'MMoii of the -rit f Mat: C'ii-hus, u- lJ'li) f '!" '' Iklililiiry Oii!iini-iiii, no liiti'i'lVrciu'o will) Hit ( Mirismi l( ttrc'i ilc cu. li'H. In liiou trj...

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 December 1867

Jill 1 ' , if . vi-T ' " ' .-.Mr, i ir 1 MEU110 EQUALITY. Tbo North Needs Jtcconstructlou. One of a Hundred Instances. Radicalism illustrated. Horrible Affair near Ptercctoti, Indiana Tlie Wife of a Wlilto Citizen Viola ted by a Negro Tho Perpetrator Stab bed, Shot, and beaten to Death, and the Body Afterward Dragged Through tbo Street. (Special to tho Chicago Tribune.) Piercetox, Ind, Nov. 30, 1807. An outrage was committed between eleven and ono o'clock yesterday on tho person of Mrs. J. S. Barker, wife of a well-known and respectable citi aen living a mllo ami a quarter South of this place. A negro entered the house during the absenco of Mr, Bar ker, and asked for somo apples, and teeing Mrs. Barker was alone, drew a revolver and threatened her life If she did not submit to his vile designs. Af ter accomplishing his purpose ho left tho Ik us '. The alaim was given, and paitiea strted immediately in pursuit of the negro. Ho was caught one or two miles south of Larwill last night, ...

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 December 1867

..... . v. t - v... !.'.JK.tp-W"M..'.m t-B.T.Mrx't.(!'(1 n'--i.'J,t JJEW YOKK. EDUQATZOtfAL. NASHVILLE. NASHVILLE. . t ft Hi in hi ; f ft St f , ii' '.' t i'l :!: ' I r 1 E JASUAKY. HAY. SIMITIWIT F.S MIT WIT asri "I I 1 2; 3 4 C. .7 8 10 11 lO'llTi'ia H l.VlG 17 18 1!V2'!21,22'2S r;4 asocial i2(':ao :-.!! Mill IS lfi 14 16 16:17:15 HI 15) 20 21122 23.24:25 26 27 28129 SOiSti I I I ! i FEBRUARY. JUNE. 4 1 -J. . 'V s: i) a 111 r- l: it: fl!U.' 11 ISilS M 15 10 i7;is;io'f' 2;l 2-i;252:27 21 22 2S 2!) 9 5 i - 2.2;i;2 - MARCH. ................ .. fi. it .10:11 12 IJ 1 J 15 Hi 17 IS WW-li APRIL. ---jj--;j & (i 7. 8 It 10 J 1 12 lo' 1 t I.') 1(1 17 18 10 22l 22 2:1 2125 20 27;2S;2:) :;o. N JULY. i : ' j "2 :i ' ! 0 0; 7: 8 11 ll' ll ::' !: 11 15 17 !.N l'j:20i2l 22'2: 24 2" c:v7 :.f ::o :r AUGUST. 3! 1 c; 7: 5U0 11 12 1:1 1 I If. 17 IS 15)20 21 :.'. 21 25 20 7 ! : : ; IS 11031 K JOURNAL. Holes of A'Jvcrt.ltiiHj. AJvt'rt.ii'ini-iit insiTtnl at $1 r.O per gqiiareiif ten lim-s iri- r My....

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 January 1868

n.n.puin. XV. ,1. SLATTEB & CO., , Editous ANP J'BOPimtTOllS. , . , PUB1SIIED For Advertising Terms ' n fourth hgt. TEEMS: Onocoyy, ono yenr..V.".T $3 00 Ono copy, six month;, 2 00 One copy, three montlm.. . ,. 125 All . Sakripliou, Required Strictly in Advance. TO COKKESPONDIiNTS. ,Tfo notice cim Ijo taken of Anonymous Communion iloui. Whatever l lnteuital for Insertion In The Homo Journal, imut no authontleuted by ' the hume ana illrei of tlio writer not noo. Bimrlly for publication, but as a guttruuteo to.- xooil faith anU resiwnilbillty. A,,V0,lno8 letters for thl office ihould bo ad aroMfito"Tbo Homo Journal," Winchester. All commnnleailons for publication must bo ri tenon ono sldd Pfthe nage, am wi h ull other matter, connected With the cdltorlM depart moat, houldboadili'es.ed i Editor of The Home ' Journal, Winchester, Tenn. We cannot, as a rule, undertake to return articles not foundsultablo lor pumictmon. 1 The Round Table, iu 'speaking of Negro Suffrago says: Statesman...

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 January 1868

'J. -1 ' ' ....,,--.r: ,,' Is rr U 1 I'M VV HOME JOURNAL. TV J. 8I.ATTE11 CO., KliJTtma. Our Tlatfoim. 1. A llvtcrnucni of v.ltlta men for whit men; ud riO polill:al miscegenation. . . 1. Strict ubordliUUn Of tli military to the W11 power. 8. So Unding armies of Ptutes in tirno of peuro 4. I'erpeUial assuviuauo to all frouuioii of tliu At' rlan me, of ull llio civil right of f racinvn. I. Loyalty ta tha Union or Ibo Htutcs: .r'i'lulllv to the Cvutlltutioii in Its true c.stcnl mid uiiMiiliitf. I. Obey thu laws, however odious, tmU'tii one ilcnco be more ogriu,-ful tlviii robi-lllon. 1. ITuU'M dishonor InvailoH our hcurtlii, submit ta anything for tho Hike of ucaise, ut never kiowledgo no(?ro eqiuil!! y. I. Sever, by vote, or for "pulley siike," Invite aogro equality, hut itwiilt Hie victory of reason and w lDilom over fnimtli'bm ami lnorm!. t. No osluktiblnni'iit of .Military ileniiutl'ims, no tuthrouingof martial law, no usii'niuii of lilt writ of lluuciu C'oriiiis, uo biasing of ci...

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 January 1868

... . 4 . .. .. J . !. a : , . '.!.! ITEMS. .' ranada U now luxuriating in the col dc6t weather known in that section for Throe hundred thousand pooplo are flnid to DC starving in oweuen. The largest mill in the Northwest (juts 150,OUO feet of lumber in twelve hours. " ' ' . A father wns convicted of nurder in Jlinnosota upon the testimony of an idiotic son. , Prentice says that much ns tho Re publicans want Grant as their candi date, they will bo likely to conclude, after putting a iuw more questions to tbe reticent old smoker, ho wont ant vtr. . . . JIrs. Pollard, wife of E. A. Pollard, editor aud author oi the "Lost Cause," and other books, is to make her debut as an actress in Baltimore. They are talking in Georgia about passing a law making it a breach pt the peace to dun a man' tor debt. ; The People's Magazine fears tho to tal extinction of the race of elephants at no distant day. Then what should we do for billiard balls and flytooth combs ? Thomas K. Beechcr says : "I have ...

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 January 1868

HOME JOtfttNAl;. llatoa of Advertising. AdTertisemonts Inserted nt . 81 fiO per eouareoi ten lines (brevier si.e.) nrst in ertton, and 73 cent lor each bubacijuen' insertion. ' One eolumn, one your, - - ',- -' $130 (H M six months, - - - iT in throe - - - - M (X Halfeolamn. one venr. . ... NMM , " , six montlis, .... SO 01 three i - - - - 3.5 IX Fottrtfiooiumn, one year, - - . -.wot1 " - six months, - ... M (K three Ot One suuarc.oiie vcur. - - - - - 1h (Ki " six inoritlis,-, - - - 1- l throe - - - - - 7 Ij C3f All foreign advertisers iniM. iny in dVIMCe. It Will bt! twit'? tO SI'llll iuU ui'- tlsehients with the ropiest to "puhli.-h and send hill." i'utunt medicine manufactu rers must pay according to published rates, unci in no Instance w ill their special no tices be published except at 20 cents pet line for each Insertion - CUTOiir Ajrctits art' iiraillcii tiiut it will be useless to take advertisements fur us it I less than tho above rales, anil they tmistaifo iheri'.tii their ...

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 January 1868

""t itiblS -t-r tufa - .1 l r -. -. ' ' "V" W.J. BLATTER, H H. DUUTf. W. T. HLATTEB & CO., . Editors and Proprietors. - JUBISIIED EVERY TflUKSDAY EVENING OME Itr Advfttieing Terms Me Fourtlr Page. TTTR.TVTH ; One coy y, one year, 3 00 One copy, nix months,. 2 00 One copy, three months, 1 25 All SobsaiptioDB Required Strictly in Advance. TO CORRESPONDENTS. No notlee can be taken of Anonymous CommutUcu tlom. Whatever Is Intended for insertion in The Home Journal, must be authenticated by the name Md address of the writer not neo. eaurily for publlcutlpn, but at a guarantee for good faith and responsibility. ' All Dullness letter! for this ofllce should be ad dressed to "The Home Journal," Winchester All communications for publication must bo writ ten on one side of tho page, and with all other mnttera connoctod with the editorial depart ment, should bo addMHSCd: Editor ol'Thc Home Journal, Winchester, Tenn. We cannot, as a rule, undettako to return articles notfoundsultublelorpunl...

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 January 1868

UOMK JOUIINA i '-,:' . Our - lMntfbrm. ' '. .1. AGftTcrnuicnt of while men for'whltiac&i J no political lulictgcnntlon. '' ', . it. Strict mliurdln.ititj) ui tl'.e military to the civil pewcr. .!). '' 3. JJo Blumllng armies of (Hates In tlmo of pciioo. ' i. f'rr'jjetuM assurance. In nil fre-tmuuef t!iu Af- tiCVii race, of all the civil rlKMs of frncnicn. 6, Loyalty to the Union of tlio status i Vil:lity tj i'.ie (.oualliitiou In Its true extent and moaning, C..C1'cy tint laws, however odious, units o'!- ydlcnrclic m .ro d!?(,'i'acjlil tlian ic'jillii.n. I.'t'nlc? dishonor' lava-les oar ho&rtlit.tulimH loiowlci'.tfeucgi') equality. - H. Xcvor. b? soil, or for "roliry s.iko," Invite jit-Kio annuity, lu.t await the victory of ruaitn toil v. i:-.J.,m over f.usatld-'in an J Ignorance, n. Vfi r.t::Wl?hn!Cnt of Military dopotisiiH, no i'.Vvo!iin;;ol' martial law, no vi;w.nsion uf Die T.rltof UuIhim C.'or;.ii8, no sUylng of eitlns by Auiil-y C'omm!'.!oa, no Intori'eroiwe wiUi fjt Lc...

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 January 1868

'YTli .v,N,YM..,.UMA., --,,r--f..,- vrg T .fB ,- .,, , r. . , y- - ,r- 3 wwm. iirz. Ty fcV'ww- y:' -T . ". . 'ryv.- - v.,.. - m The Cost of 1 Trran n y. Erom tlio Now York Express. ; ' A clay or two ngo, attention was cull ed to tho enormous uppropriatiouMth. ! Satraps of tbo Military Provinces were enllinjr lor, to tielray the current ex pjiises of working their respective ties- polidms. ,It was rather hurd for; the 1'ifty ThouBaad white men and women .out of employment horo, to contem plate those llgures without a feeling of indignation tiat an tuat -money snouiu be wrung from the People, for the ben efit muikly of tho hangcr3-on of the i'reeilmcn's Bureau, anil of the indolent negroes whom it was designed to main tain wrung from them, top, at a time when labor is scarce- hero at the "SJorlh, and when thousands, if not tens of thousands of .families find it difficult to keep thcmsolves from starvation. This indignation is intensified by porno things that were dono in tho Hump Coug...

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 January 1868

; J ' . ya , l - Kmmmm .." Try""- 'V - J V -'. ..,.'. ... . . L - - r ;ii it! 'li1 : rd.l 1 It 7 I ll la -.1 li n .(ft m J? it il HOME JOURNAL. llnlcn of Advertising. Ailieill-eiiii nt4 iv-cr' 'il i'u CO lier mi ii'fioi" ten lint's (li UN ('.' :':: 1 l"-t in- ..riioi), ui"l 53 tents jor '.'.i i sub illicit Insertion. One eolmiiuvone year- - 'h's inoutii i, i i!i,o 11 llfCol'Ul'll. Ol.'U i CI". - .iio, . ii ,i '. e - 1'uUl'll" C'jUl Ml I'.'P '( '" f ("a i'i . - i , ; ,i -One si niwone ". . evtooo . . 75 OU . . 0.1 ou . . hi) on . . Ol1 - . ,VI llll - - ; " Hi. . . vi im , . . i t on - - 1 ! IM u . I t ; E-A'l '0 (":! !'.; '. ' :" I'-.'-if" 'i .-.i 'i 'o "i; V. .4 III -1 I ' ' 1' I l, 1 1 I ',!,' ", ' lit' ' ' ' I;;it! for nrc.ii' It's! I'l.'l' i . I H u"'! l)W.l c. ''.' ' -' I ,;i in:. i:: I. " I ' ..lit' hi'. ' J'.- .! '. I ... V i,o I -r, (II I' ! 1 1 .v t ut .so r .ViriiiiMe I' V.i ' . I'i ' l.i.'n.f rc. i'. tu I : !li" ; : i j ; , , . ,-.,'i 'I"''"1"'" il i i d . 'u' i , i - .1 :...

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 January 1868

t7 Mf . X , " ' .,. JPUiL-JfiH,.,a.. i sr - sh. iv m tarn im. i f ,' -i HUMM W.J.8UTIM. H.H.DUlW. V. J. SLA1TEB & CO., Editors and Phofmetohs. fl'BlSUED VHY TflURSMY EVENING. for Advertising Terms see Fourth Page. XBBMS; Ono coyy, ono year, J3 00 One copy, six months, 2 00 One copy, three months, 1 25 (TV RNAL Y VOL. VII. ! WINCHESTER, TENN.. JANUARY 16, 1868, 1 NUMBER 47. Ml Subscriptions Require! Strictly ia Advance. TO COKBESPONDENTS. No notice can be taken of Anonymous Commnnlcfl tions. naiOTor in luwnuca lur luiumuu m Tho Home Journal, must be authenticated by the naine and addreit of tho writer not noo essarlly for publication, but as guarantee for good faith and responsibility. All business letters for this office should bo ad dressed to "The Homo Journal," Winchester aii rimmuntcatlonsl'orDubllcatlon must bo writ tenon one side of the page, and with all othor matters connected With tne euitonai uepart meat, should be addressed : Editor of The Home Journal, Winchester, To...

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 January 1868

HOME JOURNAL. ft. 3. BLATTER CO., JCDITOUS. Onr,- Platform. '. 1. A Government of white mea fet whit mou; ul no nolitlcil mlsoegenatlon. 1. Strict ittbordlaaUOB ot tb military to th ftlrtl Dower. . i No Unilln umlos of 8Utc In time of licftca. 4. Perpetual assurance to all freemen of the Af rls&nrace, of all tho civil rights or frflcmeu. a. loyalty to the Union of tho states i JfliMlty t the Constitution m its true extent ami mcmuuK. I. Mint tha however oilloua, uiiioss ooe rflnnM be moro dlsirracefiil than rebellion. 1. Unli-Bi dishonor Invades our lieurtlis, submit U anything for tho ssko of Po. hut never ao ' knowledge negro equality. Never, hy vote, or for "policy sake," Invito eo enimlity. hut await tho victory of reason and wisdom ovor fanaticism and Ignorance. t wn lutnlillshmcnt of Military despotisms, enthroning of martlul law, no suspension of the ritof Habeas Cornus, no slaying of citizens by Military Commission, no Intorferenco with tho Hurts, no lettrcs do cachet, I...

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. — 24 January 1868

In JV, J, 8LA1TKR. , . . H.&DUMX, V. J. BLATTER Oa CO., Epitors and Proprietors. PUSHED EVERY fHTRSDAV EVENING, For AJverlisiDg Terms see Fourth Page, TEKMS: One coyy, one year,. $3 00 Ono copy, six months, 2 00 One copy, three inontha,. . , 1 23 All Subscriptions Required Strictly iu Advance. TO CORRESPONDENTS. tfo notice can be takon of Anonymous Communlca tions. Whatever Is Intended fur Insertion In Tho Home Journal, must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer not nee ossnrlly fur pullioutlon, but aa a guarantee for good faith and responsibility. All business letters for this olllco should bo ad' ; dressed to "The Homo Journal," Winchester. All communications for publication must be writ. ton on ono siilo of tho pngc, and with all other matters connected with tho editorial depart incut, should bo addressed : Editor of Tho Homo Journal, Winchester, Tenn. We cannot, as a rule, undertake to return articles not found suitable for publication. The Milledgoville Sou...

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. — 24 January 1868

HOME JOURNAL W. J. PLAIur jfc CO., KDITOBB. uur j'lutioi'in. I V A mnt of white men ft,, uhlto men : d no iwIIiIohI miscegenation, 1 Strict mUurdlnittlou r tho military to tin !!! power. S. No itimillng armies of Stutaslu timoof ic.vo. 4. Perpetual ussurunco to nil freemen (if l!i Al' rlein nice, cfull the civil rights of fronmo. t. Loyalty to tho Union or tho Stiites: HI'lellty l th Constitution In its true extent awl iiwajihij?. 1 Obey th litwn, however odious, miiui-s ote Ucnce bu inure disgraceful than rebellion, 1. L'lilesn dishonor Invft'U's our hearths, submit tt anything fur tho sake cf ucieo, but never ac kouwlcdge negro equality. . Never,. liy vote, cr for "policy nakn," Invite cgro equality, but nwM tho vktory of reaoii au'j isdo:u over 1hou!'i'.m) und lifurirumiu. . No establishment of Military d'jspotlsina, no nthronliijrof martial bur, rn suauuiHin of the writ of Hubum Corpus, no slaying of citizens by lllliury Cctoir.lsslon, no interference with the Court, no Jet tre ...

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. — 24 January 1868

... The Itoactlon, ,W expect to live long enough, to bear and see a good many persons, who , are JuBt now acting with the Jacobin party, declaring that they never be. longed to it, never voted with it, nor for It, and never had any sympathy with its ends, its aims, nor its prlncl ,ples. That is always how great revolutions cnd.; itho revolutionists denying that . they ever had a hand in the excesses. the outrages, and the tyrannies that Liberty had had committed in her name, through their agency, or instru mentality. ' It was so, says the New York Ex press, at lhee;id of the old French Revolution, and so also at the end of the later Revolution, in 1849. Fellows that had beon first amongthe foremost in backing up Robespierre, Danton, Murat, and the other Radicals of that day, when the tide began to turn, were quick to turn with it. And nono were louder than they, in lying protestations that they had never been Extremists, had never committed excesses them selves, and had never counte...

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