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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 3 March 1859

,..1.1 OURNAI. . 1 H J. HO M E Volume III She iantj auntal Me follow Truth wkere'rr ahe Inula the wj,' AOI'INTS FOR TH 13 J OUUN ALi S. M. PKTTINGILL it CO New York. JOHN P. HEFNER, Winchester. T J. CUMMINGS rullulioma. JOHN B. RHODES Sholbyvtllo' C. A, HUNT Sitletn. L. I. GILDERSLEEVE Favoltcville. A. M. TEN1S0N Nashvillo. ggT Subscriptiona for a shorter time than one year must bo paid in advance. BfcjJ" Hereafter no club subscription At Inns tlinn tha rmnilnr Drice (12) will he received. However, when a club of five subscribers is sent us, we will allow an BTirn pnnv irrntia to the COttOr-UP 01 the club. ... J8-Single copies sold at 10 cents. '43" Whon credit for the paper is giv n to the end of the year three dollars vill Ue invariably chnfsed .Clubbing. Wo will supply either Harper's Magazino, or Graham's, or Go tloy's nnd the Home Journal, one year, for four dollars. Arthur's Homo Magazine, or Peterson's, and the Home Journal, one year, for 3 25. NEWSPAPERS IN OLDEN TIMES. When...

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. — 3 March 1859

She florae louvnal rieis w"irt)'' Hrtlrwr) sway, Wc fullnir Trulli nlwrr'rrMie Umllh W- PHKVIUM ESSAY, 0 AGR.CVL- VU ANKLIN COUNT V AOK CUL- 1 Al SOCIETY. In submitting a fow romnrkH on PKriciitun for iho consideration of jl,,. Franklin County Agricultural So rirly. I will wy tbnt early in lifo ) was twolvo or fourteen years a practical I,,.,: carpenter, nnd wlum I carno to 'IVmifwo and commenced t"o bu iiiia of fiiruiing. or agriculture, 1 en ioiivurcd U act out the bit ideas wliicli I hud received from the M Mid experieuoed farmers of Va., for whom wo wero employed in bous building. I received a valuable idea lWm a James Iliver farmer, to wit: tiiat rich land seldom mA for its Yulne, whilo poor land uniformity bold for more than its real value. My observation has satisfied rne that I'uw farmers make a correct estimate it rt to tho diIerencn in value of K'od and poor land. It is generally conce ded that if one tract of land with the name amount of labor, will produce double as much...

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. — 3 March 1859

V? -' -. ' . H ...l - 'of1' '' . v ,jv ' . ' : " .. f. ft HJBLI8IIBD EVEHV THUKSDAY KVI'.NINO i TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. WINCHESTER: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, TO CORRESPONDENTS. ; : A poem from ono of our con : "tributors, S. S. T., will appear 1 7j? next wcck. An origi n al tale by " Unknown' ' shall appear before a great while. Two poems decimal because f the authors failed to send their names. i A communication from "Ilu- tlibrau" is respectfully refused. TP If anybody wants seeds of any description call on G. A. Shook. JMost of our space inside this week is consumed by tho Premi um Essay on agriculture, by Win. L. Seargcant, Esq., of this county. Whilo wo have been compelled to defer several articles which we would have been glad to publish, vet in their stead wo think this essay will be moro gladly hailed Head it, fur it is by an experi enced farmer. Tun Weather. Uoautiful but J strange weather this for March. I Tuesday, the 1st, came in with a i dear sky, balmy, spring atmos ; ...

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. — 3 March 1859

I-.; V he fmc gfmtrnal. HIJHlllbU BVDKV TIIOIiSllAV KUCNINO AT TWO IKII.I.AKK I'M ANNUM. M.jt Ion;; since thcin vvmj a great : t ii'iiiinj excitement Rrno:i' tlio ne i rH'iKliboiiioud of (Smith 'm l. Nmiiuors wre lnjitu'l imarly ..vi -ry day. On one of llnws occtmiiiriH (; t-ulured proauli'T wu binding n j;;; iii'cr. tunned I'1'1' tlm vviitur tii'lndiz'i Lim. was u litllt! in . i!vv. (.(., mid uuiuitii; to a "Ht'))in uii pi en," down lui went, draught-; the ;(,, .vjher ltnr him. Alter considera .)'d tlournlcriiia; und siiluUrriii, tliey m-.,.!j luiclicd Miis alnri', wlicii lil) .' 'ly rtiuub cxciii'd, delivered himself lull i ' ,Wv, lonl; here! annus ninn'll Iooko .( ti:'tvir jtt, by diu d u oolinh TU solemnity fT the "eoasion w.-ts Wc.-iewli.it (Jinllll i)ed lythis JtJ I ln r-st .'ir. I Hub, c'oiiidiiditii: that hydrdjMihy M-ii not ex.'ielly the tiling, iii'irclicd nil. Cuitv Tiimsund D il i. CAN'T IM. AN Old) MAllt. I can Ixnr Kiirtfiirtuni! and jioverly, -tii all lint Otlitir ill...

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. — 10 March 1859

il.iHl.-'f. gCiuWs...-. .V'.k. rm H i J o tr -v -i Mr n "i OURNA a i w y Li u AC -JL- YJjL I2 & Volume III. lite Jgjye 'gurttal 'rttjfct 'tim Part)' wblintry mmy, Ws follow Truth wlint'trnln' Iradi. Hit ). AdKNTH KOUT11M JOUliNAI, S. M. PJiTTINUlLh & tO New Wk. JOHN P. IIEFNEIl, VVinchostor. 1 T J. COMMINGS rulluhonm. I JOHN B. RHODES, Sholt.y villo-1 A. M. TEN1SON, . Nashville. ffcjjf Subscriptions for a shorter liiuo Ih an one year must be paid in advance. JJSjT Hornafler no dub subscriptions t less than tho regular prico (fyi) will ha received. However, when a club of five subscribers is sent us, wo will allow en extra copy gratis to the getter-up of Vho club. gSS"Sinflo copios sold at 10 cents. SfcJ Whon credit for the paper is giv en to the end of the year tbreo dollars Will be invartall'j charged. ' ClubLine.Wo will supply eiibcr Harper's M.ga.ino, or Graham's, or Go- nicy's and tho Home Journal, ono year, for j four dollars. Arthur's Homo Magazine, j Or Peterson's, an...

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. — 10 March 1859

U, IC fOUUllU oll ilie approach i tli l"'. '""1 "ul.-gly (or himself mid fi t ; r,-. - ii-cting to further lorlun s lint maimed in this oily uud (lid A tho wreck, cimint$Ciit. Wni. (J. Wilson, who, fortunaNs-gjliis inability doubtless fostered tho uriily, ws (iciaiiK'dijdcspotKiiMicy wineii watt urawini; nun UY..V. J. SJ.AT'IKU. "PlcdiiU 1ft mi Kirlr'i. urlillnirj hi), tin fullim- Trurlj lirrt-Vrltt- Itntlxtln- mi).' ii..tinir in 1111 hut limine u it iiiiumen .'i n i s civ unu um n" s" -e d- ""U , .. hh,.-, . , ' i .. ' c.l ..... ,i. ri i.s: in wilier wiim n livi -Xl I h.. 'iimcss was un'iii'u ni muni to Uclttll. JIi; tiU(.'llt!y B)OKH 01 linvin' no faiili iii lint future, and of willi tho wounded and tin; unl.tirt.jiie h.-ilf by J;titiiiti L. Wilson. thn-o-Jfilentli ns u ilchdnibln Ilnn. it'ift rlin'iii" toi-ihU by Unpt. J ruinnii , Uoliii'.'s.Ja ( )n v ednesdny In went .to inn com- Imlits of colion iind nilii'M llniiiiiiL' nli-Kiiiid the reiiMiinri'' rij?lilli hy .liirnesetory Wil...

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. — 10 March 1859

,1,. wit u. .'.il-NMUuuWMWf ' ik7wn 0iuc gonrniriL rUDLISHEU EVERY TIIUI1SDAV EVEN I NO AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. WINCIIKSTKK: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 10. We are glad to sen those sugar trees beinir set out in our Court house yard. Thev will soon grow up and ornament . . i, ,11,,l, innnyiM the place much better than tie locusts that now stand there. But whilo trees .... ...til. I ir 1... ,t advantaee to fix ui) the Court o . House. Puint the shutters, and where they are diimagetl, repair them, mid pencil the house. 0!i! fix t up. It will not cost much, and will add so to the ppearance of our town, It is a good building and ought to be kept nice. "From an advertisement in another column it will be seen that lVof. Sem imons, manufacturer of the great Jlra ziliuM Pebble Spectacle, will visit Winchester on Saturday and offer our (eitisens an opportunity for procuring a spectacle that is reccommended, the world over, as superior to all others. In Nashville the people are all pleased with...

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. — 10 March 1859

w.i ma,' r: 2.1' runi.iHiir.il kvkhv tim:bhav kvf.ninu at TWO IHII.I.AIIH I'lill ANNUM. 1 II II. . ... I WHAT I WANT TO SKE, i . ..I i w.uii - ""v '" -"'", T,,(,ulHrHi,r11W(l;,r(!H,lf.,;in1iviNfori lllld hull's hoiks i.l In-1' NcX. J',, , M:, i hut. Imhu j ii.hL opened uii uxtrn- Witnf, to net! H hlishnnd win) IN ft uis Livestock of tmpi.-ricir Furnitnrii, Muttrtix-'M. ........I .....I i. ..I. I.. I., mil. in ,,,ii ill : 1' . .... , n II. l VIHUU UIIU J.IIIIU HI Ilia v no , vy.u., ill MM! miilliuos iviin-ruiiiu III I ... . , m , , mlMl III" ( r II HIIIIU 11-11, (JICIIIO linn homo lis wliciiaUcilililili'Till inhlic.. I I'ow'k lliiildnio:, mi Cnllco', Htreet, three 1 ,.,,ri,nJ7 ) iieiir.iljfia, purulvsi", cjj.'i lojmiu, ilyn Want to sen il, vouii',' Judy who dnCM j doon. Nortlt A . Ilutiiilliiii'u wiu'elii-mie. i . n j.,,,..,, n, ,mvimwn of Hi" lint like to chiim as iimiiV M nix su-dd- i IM ''""""" k.u1",l' e"'"""'",1)' "' ' " I ,s,n,,i...'b, i,iv, r mid liuwok nnd uU I" ull not like ...

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. — 17 March 1859

m " W tlJjj Volume III. ountitl HI.ATTJilt. "rie44 Prt' rbllrry nwiiy, W AilMir Train where'er he Irud (tic way.' AO LINTS I'OU THE JOUKXAL. W, M. l'i:lTINHII,L&.CO Mow York. JOHN P. 1IEFNKK WinchoKtor. T J. CUMA1IN0S J'ullaliomii. JOHN fl. RHODES Slieilivvillo- C. A. HUNT .Sale,,,. h. I. GtLDERSf.EEVK Favettcville. A. M. TEN WON Nashville. Hfigr Subscriptions for a shorter time ill an one year must bo paid in advance. S5" Hereafter no club subscriptions t Teas than the rogulnr price ($2) will bo received. However, when n club of five subscribers is sent ua, wo will allow on extra copy gratis to the gotler-up of the club. jrS2T'Single copies sold nt 10 cunts. When crcilit for the paper ispiv en to the end of lho year three dollars Will be invariably charged. Clubbing. We will supply either Ilarpor's Magazine, or Grahum's, or Go doy's and the Home Journal, one year, for four dollars. Arthur's Homo Magazine, or Peterson's, and the Home Journal, one year, for 3 25. NOTICE. Subscrib...

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. — 17 March 1859

She $omc gunvnal U V V . '.) ."' HI 7a T'i I i I i . " IMf fjfcd in uu l'rt)' HriiUmr)' Nuy, Vitt fal lo Truih slirri'Vf she hudx Ibr ;.' THE SICKLE'S A I-TAlll. Tlm liiin llh of Mr. Sickle, who kill ed Key, in snid to l "i'intf ami hu has no dcsiri) for food. The fympti tliy of tho public, w believe, is with Sickles, though soma suem to think t hut tho murder of Key win not Ilia result of momentary passion hk wv. have horn ( to believe. thai ho had pre-meditatcd it for Home time. In justification, or M;ilun ition of this belief, wo nre referred to the fact that .Sickles extorted from his wife a writ ten confession ol her guilt, in order to prepare, himself for u deli nee. in the event of a criminal proseciniuti after killed Ivey. Jin this as it may, for our pail, we think Key received a piiiii.-duuciil not more nwl'ul l hi tlm crime ho com mitted, let the punishment conio from whom it might. (Jfcoiirse.it would have, been belter could Sickles have "controlled himself until iho law ...

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. — 17 March 1859

Iw iotwc jfotttKitl. rOIILISIIEU EVERY TIIORSDAV EVKNINO AT TWO DOLLARS IMS It ANNl.'M. Html th Franklin Water Cure ad vertisement, all who are afflicted, and, honestly, vvc believe you would do well to tost its curative properties. Websler & Mann's advertisement in another column deserves especial attention. They oiler Rood referen ce; and we hope tiiey may Iind cus tom from our county, and we believe they will. "The National Dramatic Compa ny" is now in our town, aiid perform' ed on Tuesday uiht antf Inst nishl. Each actor sustained Ids part well, with, perhaps, one or two minor deli cieiicies. resulting from uncontrolla ble circumstances. Of course' we do not setourself upas n critic or 'one -apblc to criticise. Yet. in time, we tuivf! seen a good deal of the .-tae nnd some of the best actors, and we feel that one or two parts on Ttie.-jd.iy and Wednesday nights were acted to perfection. We allude especially to "Michael Erie, the Maniac Lover," ; j, in which Mr. G. A. Trait w...

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. — 17 March 1859

:.7 mtu.niiiu uvi:nv rnuiiKiMV uvii.mmj at T.VO IIOI.IMBM I'lill AMNIM. Uoino to Ci im roii J J r.Ai. nr. A cor vpori'lrnt oftlio St. hi)iii.sllf'iu!ili win. lia.s linen some timo on tin' Isliind, miiken u touching iiiicul, " I'rom tli-nr lojgUl expnriiinoi) nml in tlm nnriiit of hu futility," on tin's milijout: "Iiivuliila, do not coinn to Culm Cor your lii.'iilt.li. How many consumptives Irivo l.il ii lieu to tlidr iiiiti vo luinl itml lime tiivcr rctunxiil." In Culm yon cum hiivo no comfort. Tim lintel urn Miserable things You hit re to nIix-ii m a strip of ciinviiss nt best. Von .have nonttemlitwift. Your In w sunl habits of l.fi! are all cliuujn'li mil llm clinvitit, though lovely in it-mil', is ex c?difiyly unfiivoniblo to di sensed lungi. And tlien if you die (-11 this Iilnml it will cost your friends S'liuo b 'foro your ruin.'iiiis can lm taken n'v.ty. If you di! poor, and tin: above expenses are. not paid, your remains aro tnlton in the public dead carl, mid vour body is pi...

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 March 1859

I " - t . . , ... ,.,.--!' 111 l, IHI-..C , ' ' 1 Volnm VINOH158TIrt, TJEX-.;- MAHCII 1859. Number 11. III.,,,:,,:. , ., !! n;. ' . ., ouvnal ' PIul to'au 'it!' sHrttrwy iwy, ' We ftillo Tratk where'er t lKnrr' rjrti .juuni"."". than one year musi u . pum m auvnnvc. W HOIOniKII IIV w uu nuuDbiifiivnn t less than Ui reeular price will be received' However, when a club of five subscribers is sent us, we will illow an exira copy gratis to the gctterup of the club. ,.' : g0"Single copies sold at 10 cents. When credit for the paper is giv en to the end of the year three dollars will be invariably charged. Clubbing. We will supply either Harper's Magazine, or Graham's, or Go dcy's and the Home Journal, one year, for four dollars. Arthur's Home Magazine, or Peterson's, and the Homo Journal, one year, for 3 25. . NOTICE. Subscribers receiving their papors with 'o red cross mark on them will understand it to mean that unless they pay up their dues to us their paper will be discontin ued. We ...

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 March 1859

3 re IV if, tit Pi m (J , y ' . 'J i ' Kit he pint gfmtroiil. "uy W, J. Hr-A'O1 "Pldc4 I so Party's srtltrery wr, 1 Mlo trail eecTt-'efeae lc4itto war.' The Jackson Whig says thru up to the 19th iiwt.no clue had been obtain ed to tho murderer of George E. Mil ler and robber of the Union Bank at I hat place. The Democratic Convention which convened at Nashville last week, nominated aithe Democratic candi date for Governor, the present incum bent Isbuiu G. Harris. Mr. Harris is nn able man, and the strongest per son the Democrats could have put in the field. He was the unanimous choice of the Democracy all over the (State, The "opposition" will, wc guess, nominate Nethcrhmd, of East Tennessee, who is represented to be ''hard to beat," but if he "comes it" ovorlsham G. Harris, ho will have to "eel un in the morninK" Wo look for nn animated contest if these two chii- vass the State, and we hope they will. - Chime m Mbmi'iiis. The Avalanche of the 10th says: The number of in mates of the...

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 March 1859

r aaaaaaai aixiwfi " .1 Che Ifotuc goittual frrjIMSIlBD iVBRY TWJBSDAY iVEHiMO A TWO bOtiLARS PUR ANKUH. Doioutr.On Saturday night last, thti Grocery of A. J. Turner, under the Journal office, was entered from the front window by sorno one, arid bout 1130 in money extracted from ; the drawer. It eem that the thief .awl previously taken out the upper ' key to the cronn bar that fastened the blind, and of ooume at night, he found It an easy matter to effect an entrance. About 190 of the money was in silver, and tho rest in one dollar bills.' , Next week the Home Journal will be issued on new and superior paper to any we have ever used. And we have made an order for material for 'other improvements that will be made soon. Will not our friends continue to assist us in circulating the Journal? The cars on the Winchester and Alabma II. R., are running several miles into the good old county of Lin-c-oto, aw! ft is expected that by the 1st of )ly they will reach Fayette ville. As this is th...

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. — 24 March 1859

he $omc goitrnal. iX'UI.ISIIRU P.VURV TJIL'KKIM V CvT.NIMI AT TWO HOLLA BH I'l.B ANN I'M A .'fclNTH l'Olt Till: JOUUNAIi. M. l'l;'l"J'IN(ilf.li & CO.,. ,,nn urn. , Viuehuslur. . . 1'iillalioiiia, . . ajjolljy viilo Niliwi, . J-'uVUltCVilla. ...SWnvillu, .VJll.V 1'. HIiKNKIt '," J. CUM MINOS , ;ullN' ii. KUUDLS C. A. Hi; NT 1. (.ilF.UKIW.EKVJi . M. TJiNl.SUN KAIL va, BOARD FENCES. Uttil ftncf oucujiy, oti un uvcruc, ritfhteVu ftt of land, board foticrt, on ly eix. in pldW1, land. Riil (mom flic not so olijootionitble in rnt'iulows un:! msturfiH; htill tlicro is one half to rfwo thirds diU'uicncii in I'uvor of htmda nnd full two third in saving jnati-riul. TifnU-r can Ijc inadu into hoard iV ficcs Unit cannot Ins used in r til fiiiiuca. JJoard 't'liccs wiUiKland tvind which rail hardly can, even itaked find cnjj)cd. Sonus may oh jivl that frost pulls up fence posts, and thoy cannot be put up as easily as to lay up rails. 1 will give a description of my hoaid fences, manner of buil...

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. — 31 March 1859

MW..ui !'M.ltWvrfii)lyiWi WMHHImtlMiMIIHnBnnlll i il lii im illil li)-ii mfr win p. Mihiii i nfri mi.j; iiiiiy .-.Ml.! ) '(I'm;- ,i V T f ikK ' ' l, , ? i AH TV I ' L;; ,,.,1 -r " ,;-v . f " 1 . I jjj I a 1 1 i h II LJ . ' -4 rr-g' ',' 1 " T rrrjii!j lU1" 1 ! 1 zzz. ;, , , ;',;! skSii u rami MHn . w. mi- twin wiww-wtff tM)WI.' -. t.-r n THE JOUnMAL. 8 1KVn NGILL &- CO.;. ... Now York. JOHN P, HGFNEll,,. ..Wlnclienter. 'T J. (JOMMtNOS.u.. 1'ullttlionia. JOHN B. RHODES,. ... ....holhyville- L. I. GILUEriSLEEVEf.,.,...Fayouevilloi. A. M. TEN ISON NaaiivilU. . I. ' Subcription for a shorter time thin oqe'year must bu paid In advance, ' lloYeafier' no club subscrlpiion tos? Iho'n the regulnr price (2) will :be recicivcd,; However, when a club of five siibscri'pes'.in .sorjt us, we will allow a 'extra top? gralia' tOp tlio qter-up of tbe'Ctiib.' , ' ') ftaiSingle c'onioe sold at 10 cents. .'BSWhoVi1 credit Tur tho papor is giv 'en to the ,e nd of iho yenr tlirea dollars will-". iritar...

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. — 31 March 1859

mrrasmrtrs M Y W. J. HI e.V'l:? r rarttVarWrary y. We fullo Trw Scre'emS lto4i Itac way.1 THE SOUTH EJWTUN1VER.SITY. 01' nil the matter of imJiorUnce that has ever attracted. tie atten tiun of tl paopte of Franklin comity, tlio frttli!iljmont of iho University of tliA South it) our midst in thurnost im ortiit, and ought to interest esnoci lly all our eUizn. It is a mighty diition to our county, and we foci aw oonflJont to ddy of its sucepsi. as v ur onf.deut of our existence. Like uJI ollor great unterprisfls, wlmn firwt tut ou foot, it was looked ujwn by many us a fuiug more talked of tliu.ii dtMtiuod to le carriicd nut. Ijut such in not so. It wild originals'! ly a rnni who kmu vvbiit ho wns undertaking, nnd 'nobly has lJishop I'olk pursued thin darling; project until the realiza tion of all he hoped for scums ijuvy nhout to crown his I'lTorts, And tWse who have kindly come, to hi iikm!. t.vico know no such word it fail. Under many disadviiiitacs, nnd do ipite the croakingsof some...

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. — 31 March 1859

ke Oom gontaat. UBMSIEU IVEItT TtJ!ItS1JAY.,VT.in0 AT TWO DOLLARS TEB AHMOW. flioi Pkicm At lha aaKn Mon day last, of the negtoei belwiglng to the tat of Wn, Brvtetif eVeaied, the following pricoiWo f! for them: Joe, - J;;; : Abe, (very old) . ' . ' Andy, - Harney, v Adeline, and "eking tfeild, ! Litha, . ,'.. " John, eight year old, . Let, ill. .'. " f ' Mrlb oievnd, total, . . 10,005 5xe,Anly, and Barnoy threo riegfo tVier) averaged t 1095 apiece, High pri ces, the Howard Assocutiom, Prnt-Atiiariiu. Th tdvertiieriient of this well known benevolent Institution will be found in 'another column, and we cheerfully em 'brace this opportunity to add our lesti mony to that of tho press throughout the enuntry in respee'rto the honorable and tiseful character of the Institution. Its tOfaira are conducted in the most skilful and systematic manner, and we have no tloubt that persons' applying te ike Ansa ciation fof medical aid, will receive (he he 't'roavmsnt iat can be found in the "countr...

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. — 31 March 1859

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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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