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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 13 February 1858

i 1 Agents for the Home Journal. S. M. PETTING ILL &. CO New York. JOHN P. HEFNER, Winchester. GEO. . rUR VIS '.McMinnvillo SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1853. Santa Anna. Tho Havana Diaros, of tho 29th ult., contains a manifesto from General Santa Anna, dated Tur baco, New Granada, in relation to the charge of General Pillow, that money was employed by General Scott for the bribery of the Mexican Comman der aud authorities. The statements are denied with the usual vehemence and verbosity of the Mexican hero. rjQp President Buchanan's Message on Kansas matters has been received several days. We find it rather long to give it in our paper this week. Me sustains the Lecotnpton Constitution, which document sanctions slavery. His sentiments are .statesmanlike throughout, and will, no doubt, meet the approval of the South. Resumed. The Banks of Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York have re sumed. The time is fully come when no reasonable excuse can be made for deferring similar action in Te...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 13 February 1858

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1838. ItOl'IV'D THE COH3D1C. II V ClUKLEg SWAIN. Round tlio corner waiting, . What will people suyl Ii' you wish to neo ino Thcro'it a proper way. Village- tongues tire ever Ready with remark; F.yes uro at. the catwment If a dog but hark. Round ;it) cornor waiting What will people nay? If you want to nee mo There's a projicr way. , When the church halli hounH, Linked two hearts in one, T shall rare but littlo How their tongue roll on; Jlut until the bruin, Never let them find Aught to cauHo too hlushe? Hurt mynenco ot mind ! Hound the eornur waiting What will people say! Manly hearts should ever Take a manly way, Fifty thing'! are ntated, Thinga you'd ne'er uppone, If hut Hometliitig nocret In a neighbor shows! Coldly take the pathway, And their lipnare stayed; All nro quick to censure f you seem afraid! Mound the corner waiting What will peoplu nay? If you wish to two mo Thcro's a proper wny. Micri'sitiiv a,i beiww.ix. Sow I'm gwino to Hing a bong, 'llout old...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 20 February 1858

THE WINCHESTER HOME JOURNAL, VOLUME II. THE HOME JOURNAL BY W. J. SIiATTEB. "Pledged to no party' arbitrary away, We folld w truth where'er she leads ths way." Terms of Advertising. 1 square one year, 2 " " " 810 00 19 00 18 00 SO 00 74 00 CO 00 . 40 00 23 00 co no 34 00 80 00 20 00 1 00 60 One half column one year, -One quarter of a column one year, One column i months, 1 ,. three " r. - One half column it month, ,7 u three months W. If iM. than Smiths. OCT Ten lines (or leas) constitute one square No.varia. 11 msonartommunlcatlon. and editorial notices charged t double the aboe rates. . Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE WITHIN SIX MONTHS AT THE END OF THE YEAR.. $2 00 2 50 3 00 The following liberal term." are offered to ClubB: 3 copies for - $ 6 00 8 copies for - - - - 8 00 If) " " - IS ou 6 u . . - - 20 00 OTWSPAPEB LAW. 1-.A11 subscribers who do not give express notice to tht contrary are considered as wishing to continue their "2 subscribers order the discontinuance of their p...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 20 February 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL II V W. J. SLATTEIt. "PleilHml to 110 party's arbitrary wy, W follow truth where'er holeiltth wy.' WIXC HESTER: SATURDAY MORN'G, FEBRUARY 20 Dons One's Stvmi of Walking Indi cate ins Character? Prof. Fowler sayathoso whose motions are awk ward, yet easy, posses much efficien cy and positivnesg of character, yet lack polish ; find jirst in proportion as they become refined in mind, will thefr mode of carriage bo correspon dingly improved. A short and quick step indicates a brisk and fictivc, but rateer contracted mind, whereas those who tako long steps, generally have long heads; yet if their step be slow, they will make comparatively little progress, while those whose step is long and quick, will accomplish pro portionately much and pass most of their competitors on tho highway of life. Their heads and plans, too will partake of the same for reaching char acter evinced in their carriage. Those who sluf or draw their heels, drag and drawl in everthing; while those wh...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 20 February 1858

Agents for the Home Journal. S. M. PETTINGILL & CO New York. JOHN P. HEFNER ...Winchester. GEO. E. PURVIS McMinnvillo SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1858. Fight m Congress. In our ex ' changes this week we find eeveral ar ticles giving a description of what one of them is pleased to term a "free fight," which occured on the 6th inst., between Mr. Keitt, of South Carolina, and Mr. Grow, of Pennsylvania. Some of these articles speak of this affray in a "Very light and jesting manner, and seem to think there is nothing wrong or improper in the Rep resentatives of the people of this great nation, now and then taking a little "pugalistic exercise," and turn ing their Hall into a brothel for viola ting instead of making laws. It is enough to cause the constituents of these honorable (?) gentlemen to blush with very shame ; and is not only a disgrace to themselves, but will bring reproach and scorn upon the nation to whom they should be an honor and a blessing. Complaints We have never yet sai...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 20 February 1858

If. . i 7 7 K5 VU'L'ItDA V NIGHT. .Sweet to tlio hoiiI the parting rny Which ualier parting evening In, Wl mi, with the Mill, expiring day, 'liie Nabbalh's peaceful bourn begin ( !!uw gralnful to the unxioua breast . be sacred hours of holy ret. ) love tho blush of vernal bluom, Whim morning gild night' eullen tear, Ami ili'ur to mo the mournful gloom Of Autumn, Kahhath uf tho year) Jlut purer pleasures, Joys sublime, Await the ilawn of Holy Time. Hushed in the tumult of the day, And worldly care and business coasti, While soft the vnspur brvetc play, To hymn the glad return of peace i 0 season blot I 0 momenta given To turn the vagrant thoi'liU to Heaven I What though, involved in lurid night, The loveliest forma of Nature fade, Yet 'mid tho gloom shall heavenly light, Willi Joy the contrite heart porvadoi 0 then, Great Source of light divine, With Ireumu etliorcal gladden mine. Oft as this hallowed hour ehalt come, 0 raise my thoughts from earthly tlilnge, And bear them to my heav...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 27 February 1858

THE WINCHES IE R H 0 ME JOURNAL VOLUME II. WINCHESTER, TENN., FEBRUARY 27, 1858. NUMBER 8. Terms of Advertising. f square on year, . . i 0 ' " " . . . j " " . ' 1 ii ti , . , ' Oho column one year, . Three quarter! of a column one year, One hu column one year, One quarter of I coiumn one year, 'One column lit month, 1 i three ' r- r One balf column ilx months, i three months, . tlO 00 . 19 00 18 00 . so on 7S 00 O0 00 . 40 00 2J 00 . no oo as oo . so oo so oo One square one Insertion, l oo u.rh tubaeaueut insertion. If lest than S month!, 60 oar Ten lines (or leva) constitute one iquar No varia tion from this rule. I ersonal Communication aad editorial notice charged tl double the above rate. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE $2 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS......... 2 50 AT THE END OF THE YEAR.. 3 00 The following liberal terms are offered to Clubs: 3 copies for - - 8 6 00 5 copies for - 8 00 10 " " - - 15 00 16 " - - 20 00 , NEWSPAPER LAW. 1 All subscriber who do not give express notice to...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 27 February 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL Jjy W. J. SLATTER. "Pledged to no party' arbitrary wy, We follow truth whBru'er flie leads tlie way." rwfJiKflHIMrTliM AYINCIIESTER: SATURDAY MORN'G, FEBRUARY 21 Another OrtSlicittc. Etu'roa Home Journal : Dkar Sir: Having learned from pub lished articles that efforts are being made by the enemies of Franklin county, and enemies of the site of the University of the South, (Sewanee) to prejudice the minds of those persons who have tho in terests of that institution in charge, by making what I conceive to bo untrue, and unjust (statements in regard to that part of Cumberland mountain now known ae Scwnnee: I, therefore, decrn it but justice to truth nnd to all persons inter ested in the prosperity of the University, to state this simple fact, ns follows : That I have lived at my present homo about fcightecn years, which is near the base of Sewnnoe mountaion, where I have kept a herd of cattle, ranging from thirty-five to fifty-five head ; and it has been my prac tice e...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 27 February 1858

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 18W. Tbc Weather, On Sunday riiht list wo had a respect uble fall of snow, concluding with a biect, ami a chonge in the mercury to several degree? bolow zero. Next doy tve found it slippery indeed. So did toany of our friends, including a host of nice females, whom we were almost sor ry to sea taking occasionally a recumbant position on the ground, after having car ried their hands, In quick succession, through a series of gesticulations, as if struggling to keep themsolves in an up-! rjght position. But vein were the efforts of some, as we ourself can testify, from practical experience and close observa tion. By TuesJay morning the mercury had fallen ton degrees below zero, end the ' boys'', were in gladsome expectation of a jolly recreation at skating; but their expectations were thwarted by the weath er moderating to a degree too warm to allow a freeze of water thick enough to sustain the weight of men such as ore born and bred in the glorious land of the "...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 27 February 1858

"I Agent for the Home Journal. ;S. M. TETT1NGILL & CO., ....Now York. JOHN r. HEFNER Winchobter. GEO. E. PURVIS McMinnvillp SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1858. O" Sonioidea may be hail of the amount of silver coin lent by the Aus trian National Bank to the merchants of Hamburg, when we ntate that it took sixteen double horse waggons to convey it from the bank to the rail road depot for shipment. Here's a gwn from Dotnbey that will never grow dim: She died," said Polly, "and was never Been again, tor ho was buried in the ground where the trees grow." "Inthacold ground .'"said the child. "No; the warm ground," replied Polly "where the seeds are turned in fo beautiful flowers, and where good people turn into angels, and fly away to heaven." Don't Strike Senator Wilson. A Boston paper, noticing some irritating remarks of Senator Wilson, of Mass., in the United .States Senate, in regard to the slavery question, implores South ern Congressmen not for all the world to strike the gentleman, as...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 6 March 1858

' .-,.. O, t.,, J' . ' ' ' ' "" ' ' '" . ' ",' " , ' '' " ' ' ' ' J.;0:URN:A,L. HOME VOLUME II. Terms of Advertising. 1 loutr ona year, ' ! ii i " , II m . H , i , One column one jear, 10 00 , . , . 18 00 89 00 ' .... An 0m column one year, . ' ' . no 00 70 UU Three quarto 01 a miiuhih vm. -, - . 40 00 One quarter of a column one year, One column elxmonthe.) J" ii three " - h-' 1 Of) One half column aixmontha, ,. , . ,. , ... 30 TO ,, i three months, . 20 ou ?hTbr.,ZtTn!Hon,' lf U tha'n 3 month., W Cf Ten tins (or loss) constitute one square Ho. vuria. ''Teraonal'mmunlcatlona and editorial notlcee charged it double the above retee. ' Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. $2 00 2 50 ; a oo WITHIN SfX MONTHS. AT THE END OF THE YEAR. The following liberal tenu are offered to Cribs: 3 copies for, 8 '00 6 copies for - - - , -' 8 00 . in . . . ..,;. 15 00 15 20 00 ttEWSPAPEB LAW. 1 All auhscribers who do not Rive express notice to the contrary are cbnsidorcd as wishing to continue their subs...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 6 March 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL Itff H. J. SLAT -Tit. 'I'ldljidil to ii'J ttftj' arbitrary sway, U fulw tvufh wliovu'er alio ltmli Ike M(,, WINOIlKSTKlt: .SATURDAY ' MORNING, MARCH 6. Winchester and lis Schools. We have before alluded lo tho schools of i 111 s place, with ilio intention of ngnin Hiking up the subject. Althougli ullu .moii has often been made to homo inter ests, it ycl teems nctc.-sary occasionally 10 pave uur thoughts dirocted to the sub ject, that wo niny keep up witli thu ne ocssitics of the limes. The growth ol our little plucc and its prosperity should be o mti iter of ambition to its cilizons, and its progress in morals ond litcruture of paramount consideration. The educational advantages of our village have, for several years post, been favorable far in advance of moNt of the -towns in our .State. Laudable and com mtmdablc exertions have boon called into reibhion for training tho young ol both scxtis, as will prepare tbem for usefulness in any station of life to which ihcy m...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 6 March 1858

SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1888. Wanted, et this office 7 or 8 buahols 0f good Irish Potatoes. , (v A NovKti Party Dress. At a "fan cy dress party" in Hart ford, Ct., the post week, one lady appeared inn dress ornamented with hundreds of little bolls, not much bigger than rain drops affording 'music of. the fairy kind in the dance. In some of the Eastern countries dancing womni wear hells on their ankles which titik Ifiintimo with the music of the dunce and, perhaps, this custom suggested the more conspicious display of tins musical ornament. J According to the Cincinnati Gazette, many of those in that city, who a few weeks ago, were crying out about dull times, and predicting a further general smash of business, arc now engaged with vigor in the work of inflation, and it fears they will over do the thing. Memphis Fireme.v ox a Stihkb. We learn from the Memphis Avalanche that the Fire Companies of that city have closed their engine houses, nnd the members have retired from active service fo...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 6 March 1858

Agents 'for' the Home Journal. S.'M'..rTTINGILL ft, CO.,..,. New York. JOHN T. HEFNER, ..Winchester. GEO. E. rURVlS,...,.......McMinnvillo SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 1858. TO A VALS: OXK. ' do, false one! louvo mo hero ulone . . To mourno'or iioUiro'n'piille, To think of her I'd trail my own, Mioiilil now hnvo changed her sinik, T ivouiil nut hold 0110 microti claim Ton heart in ernol ih tiiinu, -Fur all tin) trciiHiiron kings obtain, , l''or ii'l llio mirer'a iniiio ;'.. I would not bend to love thoo now .Since .'cntlonwot'tiiciMilulUliy brow, Tho wenllli and kingdoms f might know. And ten thousand world bowido. ' 1 would not tluro with -thee to live. for nil tlutt world) uould keep For all the gifts tlmt. Uonv'n rould give, And nil itn joys to roii. Thou ifn! iisk not moiiiory's boon, Vet, Ktill oiio thought I'd emvo, 'To th in h of tln'o" hIus, too soon Thou'st eurs'd tho vow you nmli', Clover Seed. Many fanners, indeed the most wlio sow clover, seed it in the month of i'Ybruiiry, some u...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 11 March 1858

THE WINCHESTER H 0 ME yQLUME II. .S'.t' . Terns of .Advertising I tqntr on ye-, n u " : ' ft 10 00 10 18 M 00 One eolumn one year, Three quarters or a ooti MOO Three quarters or a oohiian so. year, ' WOO 40 00 Oue lull column one year, On. quarter of i column . 8 00 ; mm ., 36 00 i oo w oo -One column six montlw.1 . ,' ..'' " " three " r. , V' i.' One b-tfwlumiisi months. " " " , " three month, ... . .. , . ... One square oe Insertion, ' . ' .. Kcb subsequent insertion, if Ism than 8 me nthe. nn oiw ver. ... .. , , r. ... too . -.. (50 V3T Tea lines (or less) constitute onesquare Holveria. tjoa rrem tats ruts. ?rsonal Com rnunloaOon-i kol eiUerUl Mtlces krei - " '- - ' ; '' s Terai of Sulicription, in advance...? ..;.... WITHIN SIX MONTHS......'.'..' ' .AT THE END OF. THE YAB. - J2 00 V 2 60 3 00 tfc touWuig liberal tonns ars oflbrea to Cltibst 3 copies for ' . i tl 00 0 oopies for ' - "' - -. 8 00 10 " .-..,r. , , " '16 00 J4 1 ,t ,i - . . . 30 00 , ... . arawspAiPiK 1 AU subscribe...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 11 March 1858

ted gems, (hot everywhere met his view, "So 1 presume. Now sir!" Harry brought back his wandering glancos to their proper resting place, mid ovn Mr. Perry another slare. "You wero young once, sir!" commen ced the tar. . "It in n safe conclusion to come to Mo.itor Horry, but I nuppoo thm was not to bo the burden of your communication." 'No! that waeu't the idea! I merely wanted to bring again to your mind the day? of your earlier manhood." "Kurly daya," again! "What con this mtinri?" he thought as he looked uneasily at hi elrunec visitor, who was now smoothing back his rough iion-grny hair with a toil-worn hand. "I knew you then Mr. Perry! Harry after another short pause. The gentleman thuit addressed, Martcd it the information, but he wua en Jin tho next moment. "ldo not rocolluct vou." said Mr i'erry. "You will soon," said Harry. "I hope so!" "I know so!" "And what relation to that period of ray life, has your presence here.'" "When youne you were poor." "Most men, not inheriting w...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 11 March 1858

THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 11. The Difference. A Saturday or two aince, two ladies wine up into our office, both of them wearing very neatly made ouo-bou-nct. They came up, partly to see us, we reckon,) partly to see the types, but moat especially, if not wholly, to tee our Sewing Machine, But our object is to tell the differ ence in their bonnets, which were just. alike both being well, and neatly hiade. Yet there was a decided dif ference, in the fact that one was made in thirty minutes, the other in a day 'and a half. The first was made on a sewing machine, (like the one we have for sale,) me oiuc- j We tell this as a fact, to which the two ladies in question will freely sub- scribe. Then how in the worm can I f I . I MnMAnninrt O I my lamuy F.vu.B - Sewing nucmne I iney woum save -rt.itrh in a month to more than re- them for the expense. Let .tn urnnfKA. Snwinf Machine 7Tl r"i. ' A . .til 01 anyKinu van uo, take pleasure in supplying their de mands. We hope every family in Franklin...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 11 March 1858

'.'1 f m r, Agent, for the Home Journal. 8. M. FETTJNGILL &, CO...... New York. JOHN P. HEFNER,. Winchortor. CEO. E. rURVIS McMinuvillo THURSDAY EVE.VIG, MARCH 15. HOW TO KEEP FRUIT AND HOW EES FUESH. l'ruit and flow-fir may be preserved, from dpcay and fading by immcrs-tip thui'ii in n solution ol'guin-arubic. in witter two or three time.s wuitin a fuiiuficnt time between each ininiLT- s.ion to allow ihc gum to dry. This process covers the surface of (tie fruit! or flou'ers with a thin coating Of tiie i gum, which is entirely impervious to the air, and thus prevents) the dee.ay of the fruif, or th withering1 of the flower. -A 'friend has rows thus pre served which have all the beauty and frugnuico of freshly-plucked ones, though they have been separated from the parent stem since Just year. To insure success in experiments of this kind, it should he borne in mind that the whole surface must be completely covered; for if the air only gains en trance at a pin-hole, the labor will...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 18 March 1858

5$ V, THE WINCHESTER HOME JOURNAL. VOLUME II. WINCHESTER, TENN., MARCH 18, 1858. NUMBER 11. fc.s Terms of Advertising. t square on year, 10 no 15 00 18 00 to 00 16 00 60 00 40 00 8.1 00 so 00 38 00 30 00 29 00 1 00 2 3 4 it Three quarter of a column om )r, One hu column one year, One quarter of a column one year, One column lx montlia, I ii tliree f- One hIT column tlx months, ,i " three montlia, niiure one Insertion, '"., ' VnV !",.....,.... i.,-riun. lr leia tlitn S months, . .-i.iinn Ann imftl. 60 jar Ten lines (or less) constitute one square No varia. ''orwwl Corirnunlcatlona and editorial uoUces ckared l double the- above rate. Terms of Subscription. XL 'THE END OF THE YEAR.. 3 00 . , . i i fck following liberal terms srs offered to Clubi: 3 copies for - $ 5 00 6 copies fur - 8 00 hg ii . - 16 00 16 ... - 20 00 NEWSPAPER LAW. l-AU subscriber who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to continue tfcetr '-"fwbscrlbers order the discontinuance of the...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 18 March 1858

TH E HOME .TO J UN A L BY W. J. SLATTER. "Plcilwd tu iki iiaiiy'a arlilt rn-ry away, We follow truth where'er hr1eailn Die way," AV INCH EST Kit; THURSDAY KVKNING, MARCH 18 Horrible Tragedy at the Alton Peni tentiary. To tan Alton Courier of Tuesilny morn ing wo are indebted for the following particular of one of the most singular and terrible tragedies ever known to liave occurred in the whole country. The Courier's account of the circumstances was closed on Monday nighl at 12 o'clock. The special dispatch to lhj St. Louis Democrat, giving further details, and the results of tiio tragedy, was roceived at .St. Louis nt a late hour on Tuesday night. Tho Alton Courier says: One of the mct .singular cases which ever como undc our observation, or in our reading, occurrod yesterday morning r,tlhe penitentiary in this city. :A -convict named Hall, from Chicago, who is now serving out a second term, funned tho idea of acquiring his liberty tn tho following method; Ho watched bis opportunit...

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