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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 18 March 1858

THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 18 Yesterday (Wednesday,) was n blus tery day. The wind was high, ana was particularly annoying to all who wore hats or hoops especially to the latter. Bless the sweet ladies! What a pity hat " windy weather" is bo refractory to the comeliness and stability of their dross. It is a mystery to us how the lcorly beloved creatures, when fully dressed, maintain thoir terrestrial footing in a storm of wind. We often look to see the next fierce gale" lift thorn to more appropriate and heavenly spheres nd sometimes our eyes have very nearly realised their expectation. But while the women could find protection to a great degree from the advantageous position of the houses, yet from the dust nothing was exempt, and many an eye was no doubt, made to blink, and long for that article of ladies' dress a veil that, to us, seems altogether unfit to be worn only in dust storms. But fashion says different, besides it helps to covet up many a defect. In the evening the wind aba...

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. — 18 March 1858

Agents for the Home Join mil. S. M. l'ETTINGILL & CO,,.... Now York. JOHN P. HEFNER,... .' Windsor. GEO. E. l'UItVIS, McMinnvillc THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 1 ft No family is perfect without a daughter or fiistcr in it. A round dozen of great big brothers will not compnsate (or one soft-eyed, Minny licai'tcd irl. Such a treasure, num bered in the household, has a human izing nnd civilizing tendency better to u rough, ungainly fellow in books iuid whinkers than two seasons it u dancing school, or n year at eollee. jnc can almost invariiimy select u youth that has no sisters to bless him. lie is awkward as an auk, and one ol thosft follows that is proverbially "afraid of the girls," and blushes like a cauliflower at the sight of one. And yet it is not because he is modest, but because he is a sort of unblanketed ravage. Messed is the circle that has a sister in it. There is something lovely in the name, and its utterance never lails to call up the warm aflec lions oi me genue Mean, t...

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. — 25 March 1858

. ' r iammim'mmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmHmammmmtmmmm wiwi'i tm 'urn nmmwm i.iiimsbuwi iiniiiwwLi-!!r''W','"l! m TT j? iir t t n tt tt . c IB VOLUME II. WINCHESTER, TENN., MAItCH 25, 1858. NtJMBER 12. . l'XI JDi w 11 UI1 JPj O t Terms of Advertising. 1 unuare on year, a it " 3 " " " t ItO 00 IS 00 , 18 00 so oo , 70 00 60 00 40 00 81 00 60 00 30 00 80 00 20 00 .. 1 00 60 Ono culumn ono year. 4 Three quartors of a column one year, Ono hull culumn one year, OHO llftli cuiumii uiio yciw, , nun auarter of a column one your. One culumn si months, i ; H three " ... I- ' i One half column iix months, " ' ' ' ii three months, , . One square one Insortion, '.,' .... v.rh aubaequeiit Insertion, If less than S montht, OTJ" Ten lines (or less) constitute ono squaro No yarla. "Tiraonal Communications and editorial notlcos charged at double tho above rates. t Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE vtthIN SIX MONTHS $rt 00 2 GO 3 00 AT THE END OF THE YEAR The following? liboral terms are offered to Clubs.' 3 copie...

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. — 25 March 1858

--" 4 i. fi.: cramping and confinement of the lungs Heulth cannot bu expected without free respiration. The life giving element in in the annopplioro. anil, without it in due abundance, disehho muni tiupervene. Aihiu, tlio btillness require'! for hand. Hewing iti rJostriicti vo to health. The hands an J ami ulone move; the body ami lower limbs ore motionlutis, which tends to paralysis. Confinement in the Block would be hardly more barbarous. Strength and robustness muni come from exercise. This confined attitude is in violation of correct theories of healthy physical de velopment the instincts of notum, Those accustomed to sit writing for hours, day after day, can form omu idea of the exhausting nature of this work. The minute attention required, mid the etrain upon the eyes, are not the least evils resulting from hand-sewing. At tention cannot bo intermitte I, and have the work go on. Tho eye must he fixed, in order to measure tho sti .ch. The fine ness of the needle and thiead, th...

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. — 25 March 1858

THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 25 ffZS? On our outside in to-ddya paper can be found one of tho best lovo tales we ever read. We invite any one who ever wai in love, to rood it, and thon ac Itr'ffltyljl that , it portrays the foelings od actions of the lover to a 't." . ggj-, All who,' want nice job work done, are referred to our advertisement in another column, and those who -wont goodi, can findihem, not only at Shook's, Haiidly & Honderson's, or W. S. Em ihre'y'n, but in abundance at F. A. Lough miller's, just fresh from Nashville. flgy James Harris has been auction ing off goodr mighty cheap for a week past. Go and buy while it is opportune. Accident, We were pained to learn (hat Mr. White, a brick mason, and wor. thy gentleman of our place, fell from the (op of a chimney which he was repairing for Mr. B. F. McGhie, a few days since. His leg was broken, but we .entertain the belief that hi injuries will not prove fa Ml. Drowned. A negro man, named Bris ter, belonging to Dr. Wallace...

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. — 25 March 1858

;. :' i ; . i J Ar; nt ' for (he iromc Jroui-iMiV M. TPETTINUIfil & CO.,. . . Now York, JOHN P. HEFNER........... Wii.cliHior. GUO. .' rURVIb',. .". . Mc.Minnvillo aW.'J,, . ,, I! , . -J J . j "WINCHESTER: THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 25. CORN PLANTING. An Ulimnis farmer, who has Wn very successful in flu; mritivntion of corn, givrs tlio following rts modi! of iloiiif? business: First, hy plowing tli ground (hep t-ay ( igiit inches either in tint fall or just before plowing. If in the fill, drag it well; or, if cloddy, I mark it 'out with a light murker, no as to pre vent plowing deep, m a distance, of,' fi;(t(5 iofthes apart, in rows ouch wtiv, ami put in from three to four kernels in each hill invariably planting between the 1st and lOlliofMrty. 1 prefer u double shovel plow, the first lime over my corn. After that, I pre fer the single shovel. I plow about four times, and have never failed of a yuod crop, Seed torn should n I ways be saved before frost in t he fall. Worth Knowing,...

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. — 1 April 1858

TER JGUI VOLUME II. WINCHESTER. TENN., APRIL 1, 1858. THE WINCHES BO.ME Terms of Advertising. I Miwre one year, 0 " ' " 1 II " J ,1 II II . Ona column one yoar, . Three nuurtore of column one year, Out half column one year, . . on. quarter or a column one year, . . One coluinii eix montln.J ii three " One half column lx mo.ulit, v!r t. ii tiima months. to oo . m 00 18 00 . SO 00 70 00 - 60 00 40 00 21 00 . 60 00 33 00 . 30 00 20 00 One qure one Insertion, , . 1 00 kjch subtequenl insemuri, u ioo -1C Ten line (or lew) constitute ono equare No varla- raonal'llommunlcatltna and editorial notlcct charjcd H double the above ratea. 60 Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE WITHIN SIX MONTHS AT THE END OF THE YEAR.. $2 00 2 no 3 00 Xh9 following liberal terms are offored to Clubs: 3 copies for k 8 6 00 6 copies for - - 8 00 in i n . - 15 00 j5 4i ' 20 00 NEWSPAPER LAW. l .AH subscriber who do not (rive express notice to "the contrary are considered aa wishing to continue their ""Kr'sok 'scrlber...

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. — 1 April 1858

v i ' - V ; ..., . a t - . Religious llevival. Tho roligious i revival throughout tlie whole Union seem? to lio on the incrensc. In New York City, tit t loss tlinn f.ve thousand tire in daily nlteiiihmee fit rny r niontinss. One or two Thoittrcs have been tnudo suhsen ient to the use c-f llm.-i: who desire to worship Go,!. The papers are filled with accounts of tho sincerity cliiirocterizin nil the pro f's.iinns. Xor is New Vorlt i.-oIa4cd in this respect. All through tlie South u -'.siiern I reformation seems to bo on hand. In .Tennessee, nt lirillntin, Lebanon, f-'piirtu, Murfreesboru, Clnrksville, and a dozen other towns we inijjht mime, the spirit of Clod in striving with the wicked. Arid in Winchester we run chronicle the fact that a most inlere.itin;,; meeting is in progress nttho C. P. Church. Some ten or twelve, we believe, Ikivc made profess i'lD of religion, w.hilo many me yet seek- nig. There is reully somotlii ult hij'i-s-live of meditation in all this. .... ... aVIvT Wo...

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. — 1 April 1858

1- -' , - . ,,.. .. Agent ,,,c lo,l, Journal. S M. PETTING ILL & CO New York. JOHN P. HEFNER,.. 1 1 Winchester. GEO. E. TUIIVIS McMinnvillo T. J. CUMMING3,..., ..Tiilluhotno. THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 1st. The Fakir of Ava-'-Mt. Vernon. Vt attended the pcrformonce of leg erdemain by this gentleman at the Court House on Tuesday evening lout. The weather was ominous of rain, conse. qucnily the audience was rothor slim. jf i s tricks were admirably performed, unil puzzled tho closest scrutiny of tho most attentive observer, while at the same timo 'they created merriment suffi cient to rej'oy any one for going to see him. The Fukif is engaged in trying his vviz- zord fents this year for tho purpose of raising ten thousand dollars, which sum ho proposes to donato to the Mt, Vornon Ladies Association, to aid in the pur chase of Ml. Vernon. Wo lulniiro the intention, and applaud him for it, yet we would conscientiously recommend that all who may visit him, do so for the special purpose o...

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. — 1 April 1858

' yl r'; il i 3 .!; ! :i wiNcnratEUs "JHWRSDAY, Al'ltlL t8M. OuJ" A few days since we posted some bills 'around town iii relation to Crover& EaUcr-H Sewing Machine, with our name attached at the bot tom of each, as agent for the sale of them. Some ono has talct-u the pains to cut or tear oil" the name attached, leaving the rest. Now, any person who has pasted the age of childhood, who would thus act, would steal 1 Yes, wo would not trust them a far us wc coul.l throw the boll oi' Moscow. We have contempt enough for the person who would cut or in any way defaoo any bill posted for the puhlie To read, so long as that hill is couched in proper language. J3ut the person vrho done what va have alluded to is actually rnri.'ui enough to seelc revenge on. a neighbor by burning his house ni iiiumignc, aim u we Knew the name of tho one that douo it, we'd give it in print. He may bo caught yet. Runaway Ni:r;rtoi;s.- The Albany orrespondi nt of the New York Jour nal of Commerce writes: I sa...

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. — 8 April 1858

JSSS?. ,H THE WINCHESTER -J iH" M .1 i ' ii - ... ! i- n. i w i i , ' ,, .I., , i i I i iii .-- -.-.... H 0 M E JOURNAL VOLUME II. WINCHESTER, TENN., APRIL 8, 1858. Terms of Advertising. 1 iquar. on year, 1 t .., . ... On column one yr, - . ... Three Quarter of column on rr, One lull column one year, . One quarter of column on year One column (is month, three ' (. v One half column l month, C f three moattn, , 'One quar one Insertion, ' Kach lubsequent Insertion, If let than S month, S3" Ton II ne (or lew) constltuto one tquare Ho varla. -tlon from this rule. j orsonal Communication and editorial notice char jod at double the above rate. 10 00 in oo 18 00 SO 00 in oo 60 00 40 00 81 OO no oo an oo so oo 30 00 1 00 40 NUMMll 14. Terms of Subscription. IN -ADVANCE WITHIN SX MONTHS -AT THE END OF THE YEAR. . $i 00 2 m 3 00 'The following llboral tormi ars offered to A 3 copies for - - - $ 6 (W 6 oopiei fir - - - - fi 00 10 " " - - 15 00 15 --,. - 20 00 ubi: A' rfTEWSPAPEB LAW. 1 All auh...

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. — 8 April 1858

a. THE HOME JOURNAL BV W. J. SLATTER. "?Wtei to no rsrty's arbitrary ewajr, Wo follow truth where'er ho leads the way." MANCHESTER: THI?R8DAY APRIL tli, 1659 NEW YORK COBRESPONDENCE. New York, March, 29. Editor of the Home Journal. Tever since the fall of man, Cnrdina Woisey, Sevastopol, or whatever other unfortunsto thing over caught a historical :.j:i.b!e, has there been such a general time of Revival, such a Notional Revi val, such a combination of Revivals all in one, as at this present timo pervades tljis trrent Republic. "Truth crushed to canii," with whatever power of 6nperin cumbent pressure, topples over the ob struct: on and revives again in all direc tions. We have at leastfourdistinctand woil defined revival? on our hands revi val ofbusiness, revival of political aita tion, revival of the Slave Trade, and re viv&l of religion, each of which haa its propaganda, its devoted worshippers, and its prospective "land of puro de , light." I Just hflie, however, and in the im...

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. — 8 April 1858

HURSDAY EVENING, APRIL ,8td itasp Wt ma requested by Mr. George Leleoer 10 .... the friends who assisted him ia trying to subdue the flames that destroyed h'n house on Friday last. t Though their efforts were in vain to save the house, yet other 8iJ was extended for which he will ever be grateful. . S& Tbo Revival at the C. P. Church is still in active progress. Every night toe house is -densely crowded. . CLOTHING. Spring is here. Summer will soon fol low. Heavy clothing will be inapro prints as well as uncomfortable until the roturn of Winter, and during the long interim, what looks prettier or feels bet. ter than a nice suit of Summer clothing, such as can be found at H. Nassauer's ? He has furnished himself with a large itock of the nicest goods to be found here abouts, and if there is not a general rush to see him for sometime to come, then we'll set it down that our young men, and old ones too, are not men of taste. We are decidedly impressed with a good opinion of Nassaue...

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. — 8 April 1858

t 1 1 i - "A ft ,'A;:;tm?A l'r tho VBoiuc Joicraal. S. . fTTINGlLL& CO Now York. 30HIM P. HEFNER, WinchoHior. GLO. E. PUI1VIS ..McMitmvillo T) J. CUMJflNfJS rullfihoma. wivii ,u vx.-iauauaeasaraivnaaraa WIKOHKSTEll: iranja84y, 'Aran Hlli, 1W.M. Cnn.sirii a Cuur row Pysuntkhy. The "Nashville Jotanal of Medicine and Surgery" contuiiis an article on the uLove Kuhjcict, by J. W. Brown, r,I. D., the substance of which tvill o ot'intorcbt to many of our rcfulers. ilo statea that dysentery in llio prhiei f til disease wilh which the physician hn.s to eonteurl in TennesHee, Arkan sas, and North Lonisl;jaj;i; and in some localities the mortojily is frightful. Ur. McGrolh te VVcildcp, ofLonisville, Arkansas, informed him that they had treated three hundred cases of the most jifryrivatod form with success by uio n&o of crcasote; and in every case which it was given (if not delayed too longi n marked improvement invaria bly took place. The. following is the formula used by these gentlem...

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. — 15 April 1858

J AMERICAN FLAG THE WING HE ST EE HOM E VOLUME It Terms of Advertising. 1 square ons yoar, a ' "' 2 ii ii ,. 10 00 , IS 00 19 00 . 90 00 IS 00 60 00 45 00 SO 00 , 80 00 One column ons year, 4 Three quarters of a column one year, Ons half column ons yoar, Ono quarter or a column one year, . One column six month), ' . " throe " ' , One nir column six months, it ' " three months, . A amlttrA AMM lllnll(nn. 85 00,' . SO 00 " 20 00 1 00 Rich subsequent Insertion, If less than S months, . . 60 ' K3T Tenl ncstor lew) constitute one square novans. .. rh . ,niu tlon from tn s ruio. .,,.,., ..,.. ,t...-.i at double the abovo rates. I ,rsonai wmmui. Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE WITHIN SIX MONTHS AT THE END OF THE YEAR.. $2 00 2 50 3 00 JTho following liberal terms are offorad to Clubs: 3 copies for $ 5 00 5 copies for - - 8 00 10 . - - 15 00 jj u - . . - 20 00 NEWSPAPER IAW. 1-.AU subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to continue their '"o'ir...

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. — 15 April 1858

S. id. iifTINOlLL &, CO.,.. . .Nov YorI.COmpnny. JOHN P.lir.FNKJl, WinehoHtor. , Ql' K. PiyiVIS . .McMinnvillo Skdvctiow and Shooting. On Sotur- ?: J. CtJMr-flNdS ru)!(ihonm.loy, Mr Chos. II. C. Stone, (of the firm S Dudley, Nelion it Co. New Orleans,) . , WINOHKSTKR: .: "as shot at his desk in his office by Mr. ' George W. Harley, tin old citizen of New kril5l J"".!1': "!!N'0r,cBn' Thc bol cn,cred hi brea8t . - ' -r- The j)eita s0y8 ; CnEA'.UTU A Ct'ttP. Full Dvsr.NTKKY. ., rr 1 1 u..- , ,.f,., .f t- Mr. Harley, wo learn, charged young Ihn 'i'.ashvtllc Journal of . JMcU!CinaStonCi s0m tia.e aince.whh seducing bin mid Surgery" conttiins an article on daughter, and refusing to acknowledge ihe uLovc fiulijrct, by J. W. Drown, lbfi olTspring; and some three months ago 11 ., 1 . r ,. , . ... threatened to take his life if ho did not M. ), the Bubbtnncc of which vil,narrvher within n certain specified time. t C Ui iUie.r" 10 munv rr To tbo public generally, nnd most especially to rH ...

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. — 15 April 1858

,.t THjJRSPAY EVENINO, APRIL IS, V Ho, quietly might many a one Hvo, if lie could care as little for the affairs of 0thcr i he does for his own. "" In ancient 4ays, the celebrated pre ;cet wis "Know thyself" In modern jlinea'it has been supplanted by the far more fashionablw maxim, "Know thy neighbor and every thing about him.' Mat Day. -In the Nashville papers we notice a series of invitations ad dressed to the different schools in Te n ncssce, naming those of .Winchester, to. the corps editorial and the Press generally, and. in short,, every one, to attend a "Grand Anniversary Celebra tion' Civic and Military, on May 1st. We have no doubt but that a large number of people from other portions of the State, and perhaps from Win chester, will accept these kind invi tations; yet there will also be quite a number who may not go, and in con sideration of this fact we would ask if something of interest cannot be got ten up in Winchester on May Day. Don't let the Floral season pass unob s...

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. — 15 April 1858

,il "'I. lcnis far tliu Clonic Journals 3. M. rETTCTGILL & CO Now York. JOHN r.lHJPMEtt Winchester. uno. . ruttviy McMimmiio T. J. CUMMINHS .....rulhU.nmo. THUrtSlUY EVENING, AHUL 15 mi Iloi.i.ovv IIon.v.A ToiTipliin. '.ounty corrcspomlunt writ us tm lol lows to iho Fniu!ifort 'Yeoman:"" The li;e,v in cattle, known as hol low horn, is oiiunins nn annual loss to ()0 Cfllunntpcl by millions of dollars in this htatf! alotio. This di.sc.'iwo faspi mil, cau ii'dhy th(i hide of the niiinifi adhering to t.h bom; of the hack, and j:rcvcutinf,' circulation, and may he cured effectually as follows: "Rub with tho hands willi as minth force, and friction as po.-iuli! tho hUti of the. animal on Iho baric hone, from the tail to the horn, thnvhy restoring circuh'.i Ion. "I'very animal slionld he examined and suhjcL'tet to tlih proivsi r very February and March to prevent this disease." The, creative! power of manure, mix ed with other substances, is capable of mull.inlyins its value many times...

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. — 22 April 1858

HOME OUBNLv " " ...... T . ,, . . . ESTER;; VOLUME II. WINCHESTER, TENN., APIIIL 22, 1858. NUMBER 1G. TH E WINCH THE HOME JOURNAL 13 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. W, J. SLATTER, PROPRIETOR. MonetI Men work for it, fight for it, beg for it, starve for it, lie for it. And oil the while, from the cradle to the crave. nature and God are thundering in our ears the solemn question, "what shall it profit a man to gain the whole. world and lose his soul?" This madness for money is the strongest and the lowest of the passions, it is the Insatiate Moloch of the human heart, before whose remorseless altar all the finer attributes of humanity are sacrifice'!. It makes merchandise of all that is sacred in human affection, and even traffics in the awful solemnities of the oternal world. Tho printing office has indeed proved a better college to many a boy, has grad uated more useful and conspicuous mem bers of society, has brought more intel lect out and turned it into practical, use ful channels, awa...

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. — 22 April 1858

THE HOME-JOURNAL BY W. J. BLATTER. "PlenVd to no party's arbitrary .way, We follow truth where'er she lead. the way." WINCHESTER: THURSDAY, APRIL 22d, 15S University of the South. We re gret to' sco that an acrimonious contro versy is still going oji between the friends and enemies of thff location of tho University of the South, at Sewn nee. What ever might have been said on the subject, had better been said before the location. It is now fixed, and the buildings will be erected nt tho point designated, or not fit all; discussion of the question seems to us to complicate the chances d' the work being done at all. Nashville Daily News. Yes, the buildings will be erected at '' Sewhncc, notwithstanding all the ef forts of a few disappointed persons to prevent, notwithstanding the daz zle of their big monied offers to have the location fixed at some other spot, notwithstanding the false charges about milk-sick, unappreciative com munify, cholera region, and many oth er equally contempt...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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