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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 11 November 1858

rinTT Volume II. l0nt,unl W. J. HLiATTlilt, Hilltop. 'Tlt4 to rrt)' srMlrsry miy, He follow Train nUcrt'ir Uc kudu die GOOD NIGHT. Good Night! 1 liavo to soy Good Night To sucli a host of poerless things! Good night unto that snowy hnnd All queenly with its weight ofrings! Good night to fond delicious eyes, Good night to chestnut .braids of hair, Good night unto the perlert mouth And all the sweetness nestled there The snowy hand dentins me, then . I'll have to sny "Good Night" again But there will como a time, my love. When, iM read our stars o right, I shall not linger by this porch With my adieus, Till then, Good Night! You wish ihe time were now? And I; You do noi blush to wish it so You would have blushod yourself jo death To own so much a year ago What both these snowy hands! nh, then, I'll have to say "Good Night" again! T. 15. Ai.Dincu. Love's Sacrifice. I .give thee all, I con no more, Though poor the offerin).' be; My heart and Jotoare nil the tore Thnt I can bring lo thea...

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. — 11 November 1858

i 1 1 1 1 'i in n it a in rim uu in; : i i 1 1 1 I'o i.'dti n my troubles and lihtiin my cares. J!ir I would have at least lo he twen ty. Hut not to evceed twenty-live "l mo'it, .Vinl ftirl.1 of that aje heiu; everywhere plenty, I !'i,u to gel ono of that numerous host. ,'u l irtiiue 1 ask, for I've no predil lei lion ! '.ir flitter or khow, or ilia pomp id hie, I wish to ho hound by the cords of : IIV.it lion And now I have drawn you a sketch of a wife. If r. ,,y poness the above requisitions Ai.d wish to ho bound by the riiiijiigal band, Ti.cy can flep forwatd they know he conditioim, Jiiijiiiru at this ollico, I'm always on hand. This last line don't suit us. hi the first place he nin't at this oilier, and in the ad place it might create the im nmoii that U( too want a wile. If uc did, wo wouldn't be so indilfeienl i.i ont her e as lie is. I'.ighteen wuidd he enough for us. I.ut a truce for this week. She jiiowc gotivnal W. .1. M.A'ITIdi, J'...t.i-. l'lnli'4 In nn rnrl)'s arhllrn...

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. — 11 November 1858

Hit'" mt tymml I'UIIMSIIKD EVERY THURSDAY EVBNINU AT TWO DOLLARS I'UR ANNUM. '. U - - - '-' 8" Subscriptions for a shorter lime Ihon one year must bo paid in advance. When credit for the paper is piv. en to the end of the year three dollars will be invariably charged. Hereafter no club subscriptions at less than the regular price ($2) will be received. However, when a club of five subscribers is sent us, we wilt allow Wn extra copy gratis to the gotter-up of the club. jjQSinglo copies sold at 10 cents. AOKNTS FOn THE JOUHN'AL. B. M. PETTINT.ir.L4: CO New York. JOHN P. HEFNER Winchester. GEO. E. PUKVIS McMinnvillo T J. CUMMINOS rulltthoma. JOHN B. RHODES Shelbyville- AVINCIIESTKlt: THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 11. Tin: Weath Kit. Hyperbore an winds ha ve blown gaily during the week, and clouds have obscur ed the siui's rays, and given us a drizzling rain or two. Heavy coats, shawls and blankets to be mot at every turn, tell that cold, shivering winter has come. The little boy muffles his t...

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. — 11 November 1858

IXFALMJiLH lWLVlH 0I ME.iSUWN'O COJt.V IX THE ciini, If measured jn K-ts 1st, rtlntcked Corn. Measure tuft length, wiilLh imd depth of the crib in foot ; multiply these tlirco dimensions! together mm tlieir product ly 8; then ut "H" two figures to tho right; thone, on the left will ho so many barrels, and thoso cut of, so muny hun dredths of a barrel. 2d. Uiisliuekcl Corn. Mid- tiply the three dimensions in feet us ia Hulo 1, and their product by oJ; cut two figures to tho right and the result will bo ha rre Is, and LundrcdLlia, win Rule i. U Y 8TAT J'J' AuWiOmX a v run Soot Sat, MflCV If measured in inches: 3d. Shucked ('oru. Take th dimensionsin iimlirs nnl iiinltiplv them together; take one half of the proi luct, and divide it by -'J-.W, ami you have the bushels of Ehflh-d corn, which divide ly .j to reduce to barrels. 4th. (.'iiHliiickcdCorn. Multi ply the dinieiiHors as in Kule'i, and then bike oiie-lhird of I heir product, and divide it by l' I "'), the result will be us in Ut...

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. — 18 November 1858

HO'M RNAL. A Oil Volume II. W. J. BLATTER, liditor. rieiiref rsrtirl MhllKiT away. We toll Tralk vkere'er ike leUa (be way.' WrttUn tot Uw Winchester Ilomg Journal. THE DESCRIPTION. v mi. inEMi r nuAvro There li t charm in that sweet voice, a fire in that dark eye, That ever lures me, though I would all Love's enticements fly, -And when I'd turn away, that thrilling voice's witching tone Steals on mine ear so touchingly, my cares and fears are flown. That form, 'tis more than beauty's mould, 'tis perfect symmetry, And all the modelled charms of old, would quick before it flee, frr all of Earth, or Heaven, that's fair is in that form combined, Each grace of feature sparkles there, each beauty of the mind. That brow, like to a spotless page where purest thoughts are seen, No furrows there of wrinkling age, or passions dark have been, (High, broad and fair, and ehaJed by those locks of glossy brown, Nought there but sunshine bright and clear no darkly withering frown. The eyes, those m...

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. — 18 November 1858

J; 1 I f ' i ! I . I Eh; i :M:1 W. ,). hi. A I M.K, I'.'IH- '') :l;ed to u l'urlj' silillrury miiy, tt, Killiiw Train n ln-rc'rrsti' IraSMhr uny.'i Auiital Mejjao of Gov. Dnuva, ofUoar. gin. This (lucuifM hi. mniialns many J- miraWo points, liiu c liiivo not room in the Journal this v i h.Ut e;iv; inure than an extract or'tuu In n'tid to Hanks and I'aiiliinij to says: "Tliu innw'lury and commercial itflaimof Mil! country must neec.-vsaiily remain subject In panici', under heavy pre.innres, at certain, if not ficipiciit. interval, (in long an our present bank I'sleiu m ennlinmil vv yiiii, youiifj men, it is not to ho "one l.v pursuing a cuumo of conduct that titan v lire umo iiiirxuing in tins (own. ... I It won o he 'l""!i I'y 'nnt'ing In dissipations at niht, mid, under I ho iii(Juenrti) of liquor, rendering the still ness of night hideous with your dis- gustini; noise. It is not to he done hy idling all day long on (he street. Mo matter if you do drew in cloth and silk no mailer 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. — 18 November 1858

r ar ri 4 : t A. . dr d I' : 1 1 rUBUSIIEU EVERV THURSDAY EVENI.NU AT TWO DOLLARS I'KIt ANNUM. K&' Subscriptions for a shorter tiuio 4han one year must bo pail in advance. tar When credit for the paper is (tiv en to the end of the year three dollars will be invariably charged. , Hereafter no club subscriptions t leis than the regular price (2) -will received. However, when a club of five subscribers is sent us, we will allow an extra copy gratis lo the getter-up of tbe club. BSFSinglo copies sold at 10 cents. .AOENTSORmEJOUUNAL. 8. M. PKTTINGILL 4- CO...... New York. JOHN P. HEFNER, Winchester. GEO. E. PURVIS McAlinnvillo T J. CUMMINC.S rullulmma. JOHN B. RHODES Shelbyvillo' C. A. HUNT, Salem. WINC1IKSTKR; Thursday evening, nov. is. Notice. We want to buy a flbout40 pounds of very nice feath ers to make us a good, soft and 'warm bed for winter. A cotton mattress will do very well during Bummer, but in the winter it is cold as tlio mischief. A female friend writes to us from Alab...

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 November 1858

Tho following bountiful jwm socnis tho c.xpri'.isiun of thut true Jove wlik-h Lillio crown iiml hap piness of woimuiliuoil, and which lifts him p" w'hoin it is bestow- I'd above lifVa jk.'U)' pursuits ami ennobles his wholn bcin-': I would be Thluo, I would liu tliino I Ah, not to loam tho anjjui'h Of bfiirig lir.l a doily enahfined, Then, when lU Cover fit is pau.-ed, to Ian. limb, ,Sirij)aJ of each grttcollial laney round ma twimid, IS'ot audi tlio lot I crave. I wooM ba tliino ! ffol ia bright lumuier wiaihor, A sunny ottno.-jjIi rn id hreiitlio, Jlut fsar and tn.-wlile when tlio Momi clouds ('iilii-r And shrink lifu's unrelenting Crown bo n r h ill , Tuiiing, whan noelud most. 1 would bo lliirio ! To los all salflwli fueling In the iolu thought nl tho fur demur one To study every look thy will ri-veuliri', To miiko thy Toico'n ever varying lout: 'J'hc iiiumc of my heari. I would he thine ! Wlirtd sickness doih o)jr: thee, With love'r. unweiii'icul v i; i I u iiue to watch, Wakin...

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 November 1858

:3 'j . .Volume 'II. She ; gome : gowrnnl y.. J. . HUATXIiH, Ktllloi-. Wltim M no Pn' arbitrary wy, We flillu Truth where'er she leads (he wny.'i She Loves Me No Longer. .... . DllEAM. The flowerets I cherished Are witherM nnJ sere, . . The hopes ore all perished . That once wero so dear, Only sorrow qikI sadness I . Abide in my breast, ,,, And my heart is so weary ' -. Jt longo'.h for rest. The faith that I trusted JHas fled like a dream, And has vanished like vapours That mantle tho stream; for sho loves mo no longer, She's broken each vow, And has chosen orio'lher To smile upon iow. I've seen her beside him, Her hand in his own, .And sho listened with pleasuro To cutch his low tone, And I saw how she struggled til To hido her deep sighs, As her glance stole upwurd ' To meet his dark eyes, I loved her so dearly! Her lovo was my life, ' ' It strengthened my spirit To meet every strife; And it filled -my glad bosom - With music and song, And scattered sweet fragranco My pathway alon...

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 November 1858

in. V. J. HI.ATTJ'.U, Kdltor. "HHin-n lo no lrtr' arbitrary awn), Wii Mlv Iulli nlicrt'f r ski' lr the Jfuw little, iN known ( ''"1 tint Ii.moiu of tho) Ki-ound rhunife, AM what nn amount of truth in Vvym two linen! If wo cduUl nee into t!in heurla of tlio.io around us, liow much room would wo find for cjrnin thy wheru wo now coldly scorn. I low nunr and dciar would wo hold mimy u;ion whom wo now look with indil forenoe. Soo that young coiinlu who uro walking by tho light f th "fti l.riht moon. Tho world culls thorn lovora. Ono of tlwrn in iiroperly named so, but tho other is merely n calculator who is looking out for 11 b.irgain. If thin ono wsis ri lietler o)jortunity en; it b too lute, nil for mer decliirntions hi'o ilisrep;imV,l mid n new itlli;ince h forni'id. Would they Im together if they knew encli other's hearts? .)li! tho sheejH and wolves that dwell together as friends! Tho hu man heart is bard to fathom. Wc bavu known umiles lo wreath tho fa ces of many when at their hea...

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 November 1858

She gfontt lnial ' IPUBLIBIIEU BVBItV TIIUKSUAV EVBNINO AT TWO DOM.AKH rXR ANNUM. "When I get ablo," Bnul u man of wealth in Franklin county, tho -other day, "When 1 get able, I'll buy my wife a sewing nia- . chine." ' "I wish you would get it for ino now," responded his clever wife, "for I have lots of sewing on hand." Now, if our readers only knew who this man is, and his ability to satisfy his wife's wish, they 'would all at onco know that his 'Trcmark was ironical. iy-thc-byc, tho gentleman in question is a mighty clever, liberal and rworthy man, and if his eye falls .on this, (he is a subscriber to the Journal) we hope be may jest no more, but buy his lady a sewing machine at onco. Sho will save tho price of tho machino this win ter, for it will do as much in a , day as a hand will do in a week. Call on the editor of tho Journal, ;and make a trade for a machine. JIc will sell you any sort you "wish and perhaps not require such an immense outlay of money as 'some seem to think. ...

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 November 1858

.N' Vi.'iu.iaiiKU KViatv Tinnt.sii.u' i:vi:ninh at TWO HP'I.I.AI'S IT.Il ANNI'M. Tif K 1 Jun Kit. Now is tlit! lime for our fanners to examine their vomit' trees, to ferret and de stroy'tho Itorci". 'J'Ik'V can Ik f.mml with I'Ul liUlo ilijiciill.y, v tlie dn-d. 1 1; nt iii their destructive operation. Tern up 1 lie soil mi inch, Moincliincs they yirojirctty well huried. NA'e have found r. j icf f wi-re the lie.si in sti anient with which to put. ;in cii"l U tl 'n' career. A liiiil'e. hy cuttiijr; haAiiy away the h;irk , frequently de lri'vs the tree and .should never In: used. A wire, on Hie ( o in'niy, alter, the hard portion (;l'l"i! to he. found nt tin oi'llT.ltee of the worm is 1'cnioV- c-1, can le forced into their hoh and crush (hem. If you desire to have line ani mals, feed your cuke well throu'li the lirst winter. iSlrelcli their skins well the iiivt season, mid fii-owtli will hi'iMine u ha hit to them. 'i'i.,, .i ;,, ti.,. ,,i,.vv miuI .1 in; fiin.i ' i ii i i . .. . tlioa...

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 December 1858

Hum h yolume" II VT. J. BLATTER, Editor. Vt (bllow iUi keie'erUe lt4 the ),' The following lines are beautifully mournful,' and make the very best of poetry; .- ..-. . ' " ; , . SAD MEMORIES. ! ! ' ' , v, , Hy OEORaE W. WEEKS. -, i ;; ' When the law, mournful echoes of the put : . H StoJ, llgliliUMdljf, bick their dlrgo tlko trlll, , Ami chint or Jojs ton precious far to lull, And lour, of blltn 1 He'er can taste sln v 'Ah I Uien rajr aching heirt feel, sul ami lane, ' And brood, with mlwr care, o'er pleaaurea fled " And mourns, with bitter jrter, for loved ones eons - . Unto the sllsnt cnamlwr of the Oeaill : Oh I not one hand Intbl world' wilderness Can emoolh care'a furrowo on my aching brow, '''', And not a heart can feel for the distress ".- That prey upon my icebouud heartstrings now I Ah, no I each hand ha other brow to smooth, ' ' Without whose charm would cloud or woe o'ercat , And each fond haart ha other heart to love, Wlthoui whose lov would break 'nealli aoirow' ,.'.' ,...

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 December 1858

! Site gtiw gmral V. J. HI.ATTEH, Editor. "PMgnl to no Parti's arbitrary sirer, tWe AiUv triUl Vkere'erane leaasthe a.', .4 Deplorable A fair -A Free Negro Abducts and Elopes with a White Girl, --Ve leanod tne particulars of an ffAlr which hajg not only involved a 'worthy family 'in the deepest distress, ut has created un intense excitement in DoKnlb counfy. Thursday Mr Henry Frazcr residing seven miles from Sinifhville, in DeKalb county :imii to this city in search of adungh- ter about fifteen years or, who had been abducted by a free negro, who lias eloped with her, with the inten tion of marrying, or perhaps, prostitu ting her, fiut after dilMgr-nt senrch, 1 aided by the police, he could hear nothing of them, and under the impres sion thut they have attempted to make their wuy across tho country through Koatucky, to Ohio, or some other free Slate, he yesterday, with a heavy heart, set out to retraco his steps, in jho hopo that ho might learn some ""thing in DeKalb county in relat...

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 December 1858

; ATOCIIKSTElt; r THURSDAY EVENING, DEC'Il' S. A WELCOME VISITOR. ; ' Last Sunday was a dreary day! It commenced raining early in the morning and continued, with i'mn nil Ifttr TTi1.-i. l.f edly, wo would have had "the bluos" wofully had not Ab Wat 1 1 .. J T1 i, .1 Kins, mo tiuuuuuin suitor or tuo Shelby ville Expositor, stepped in to our office and staid with us a few hours. It made our soul thrill with joy to meet him, and the joy romainod with us till the hour for his departure came then wo .felt sorrowful. In all future time when wo reflect about tho happy i moments wo havo spont in con vverso with Ab Watkins, wo can 1)Ut feel like exclaiming "Oh, how our present happiness Seems to tho wayward fancy less Than what is past." He is a favorite with us, and we'd rather talk with him than partake cf tho daintiest dish ever prepar ed for a king. IIo talks more sense in a minute than some do in a life time, and is as full of fun, when you find him out, as old Kris Kringle on Christmas...

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 December 1858

J ' l'Uni.!HHKU KVKKV TIIIMISIIA V BVi;NlNO ' AT TWO IJOIXAHU "lilt, ANNUM. , AO K.Vl H Von T! 113 JOUflNAL, t. m. n;TTr?rnifx & co wyork, JOHN l'. IIKFXKR Wljiciwrtar. 'GEO. R, PURVIS JMeMimivillo T J. CIJ V, M r XG.S. ............ rullnhoma. JOHN li. RIIOIHiS ."....Sholbyville- p. A, HUNT . Salom. I.. T. ar,DER.SJi:;iVf,.'....'.FyoHcillo. HY- STATU - AUTHORITY; Choice First Clam Insurance vu ' uv -thu ,; fST' Suhr.-ripiions for n uliorter time tit n n one yonr must ho paid tn advance." aW lioronfinr no club mibscrlptions it less than tli it rcgultir prico ($2) will h) received, r'vwuvor, w!,on a club of livs mli'icrilfrs in unit us, wo will nllow n cat.-u copy ,grnti 10 tlio goilur-up of 11)0 CllltJ. C-i'.iiii!,'!a cojiinn sold at 10 cent. Wlion credit for the paper isL'iv fin 10 1I1 u end of ilin year throo cloJlors will liu i 'ixaiiuhbj chnryod. V wp- FANCY I ncororatedal 8 1 luir tcr Per- Cash Ortultrtl, ABSOLUTE AND UNI.MPAlIti:,), with a sw iih r $ 0,110,10. Loshci, c,,ii...

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 December 1858

3 JL JLJ Volumo II. Number 47. y HOM Site glome vv. J. sii.vrTJiit, j-:uiit.j, 'fklfti to no Purl)'" Hillrnry khut, We follvtr Trulta where'er Uc Ii-uiIh Hit mij-,' SELF-HELPERS. Tho observant render of history cannot fait to bo struck with the fact that in all ages of tho world, and in -almost all countries of the globe, men have emerged from obscurity, penury, ) and ignorance, and by their own un- assisted exertions have attained for ' .themselves positions of distinclion, '. 'wealth and enlightenment. Such men are emphatically self-helpers. Such aro tho men whoso lives are 'briefly related in our "Poverty anil . Genius." While others have been - .Fil!,iti,li. rt.n i ni1 1 n ir 1 1 ii.i i ..l-linmil In, . IlltllUlll,! Y U.VU M ...... t( UIIQMI..I . J ... 1 , ,. ! , sltlons as it some ban or spell proven- . ., W.-them from oseupying any others, these men have pushed onward, am1 by their energy and enterprise have arrived at the goal of their ambition. While others have been deplori...

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 December 1858

She fiowc fouvual. v. .1. si, A'l ri.it, i:.iit.,i-. "I'lrJirrd In go IVirlj'n srlillntrr unit)', We fulluw Truth Iti-K'tr ultr It-ad die ).' WINCH I2STEU AND ALAIM.MA Ji.II.HOAI)-.N KFFOIITIN TIIU RIGHT DJKL'CTION. Al a meeting of tho Directors of 1 lie Wiut'ltcistcfr and Aluhnmn llailroad XJ.nnpany in Winchester, on Tuesday lust, it rt'Rdlut io;i was ndoptnd urnni moiislv, tlmt the Company would iui- mediately take steps to cntinii'i the . road Hi rough Alaliamalo tint lenm.'s- t.ce Kivor. We are rejoiced at tins, We havo from the first favored this .project, and now look Willi ceii,uin i . ' .... to its rarly completion. J Ins is me only remaining link which, when coin- ' , .. ., . 1 i etcd. will pive to the peopin oi in.s i section and a large portion of Middle ! i Tennessee ami North Alabama access , lo the entire South. If, will ripen up avenues of Iraih: end trnf I to Central and South Ala bama, which to Middle Tennessee and North Alabama is now comparatively inaccessible Mid...

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 December 1858

, - ,--. . , .... 1 n .misi.ln tliin work will hoi mrnr r. S AT V.X I ' IsWANN & CO.'S LOTTERIES I found a poem uy miry juw un, : -.ri; . -. - i m rii-K I KIIMvrlb'miW D ill- J It - WINCHKSTKU; THURSDAY EVENING, DEC'R 0. ' Jail Empty It i cl t0 1,18 hon" . or of our county,' that in Jail is at pres . ent minus a .inglo prisoner. What oth er county can say mucli? Certainly thipoopla in "Old Franklin" are becom ing better. .... Court, which has been in session in this place for two weeks ami two days adjourned Monday evening. Tyre Old. liom, for stealing money, was sentenced to three ycar9 imprisonment in tho rem tenliery, to which establishment he was conveyed by our Sheriff, accompanied by two assistants. Berry an Irishman, for stabbing Crjwly, another Iri shmnn and a contractor on the W. & A. R. R-, was sentenced for two years. He took on op .peal and was conveyed along with Old ' ' ham, lo tho Nashville jail, to await his trial. Tho Grand Division of the Sons of ' Tempcrnn...

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 December 1858

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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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