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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester journal — 13 November 1863
WINCHESTER JOURNAL. vino ii r.sr i:in frldar, . ... x ,r. t t, t ts. EJilorii! (ow5pon.L"ncf. Kicjivoxd, Nov. 11:1 Cu. Dkar Juulhal: Tbc enlistment for the new regiments seem to be progressing ft rapil!y couM be xpectcl. Several parti of companies are already In ca:nt nnj others are expected to anive daily. The work of adapting the Fair ground to the nc of a cam; ngain is leing p'.shel forward with much celerity a urcnmitincc vill i lmit. The men art being furnished thr-ir clothes, M.iu'cet, etc, as they pas rac lical Inspection. The weather is cool but drv and pleasint, and the hog lysines- seems to be proceeding brnUy. Farmers do not seem disposed to feed very late with torn worth 61a bushel. Health U good, b tiuesj brisk, fuel ! dear, money plenty, and everything goes "merry as a marriage bell. j. i:. n. HOtV TO TALK. Every thin;r a mm does helps to how what he is. Character i re. veiled in very tn.inv um vs. The ' walk, gesture, tone. of vnirr, all movement-) aa picture, are sig...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester journal — 13 November 1863
'LJ.-Ai'.! Li 1 1 - - I., P. C. RAIL HO AD TITwTE TAPT.r,. Triint tki$ fi Wich$ter ftllotet: ooMfi wear. MAIL t 2.3 r. M. nkjiit kxtrkss -t 'j.tj a. m. local kkkiomt t don a. m. EXPKKsM FKLKJ HT No. 1 . . 1.1? A. M. LXPUK5S KKKiKlIT No. 2.. 4.MA. M. COIä A4T. MAIL I " 27 A. M. nk;ht f.xpi.kss m n. p. m. ACCOMMODATION at eA'J P. M STOCK KXPKKSS No. Ut.. 7 44 P. M. stock i:xpi:ts N.at.. nio p.m. W'tttcird Tfttint. Mail Train WV-t will Mop at 11 Station Oll prtfper imS bein;; pien Niht Err4 Wfst will stop at all nation L'at of IViotl on ;,ropr "Uinl beins gin. U'rt of I'nioii, will tfP at WinchMtcr, Mudc'k, Audmou atii PeuJIetou, onlr. Mil Wet will din at LViIefootaine. Jntirnrd Truint. Miil Train Eit will top at Pendleton. Anderson, Munrie. Winchester, Union, Wraaille, Sidney, H'llefout aine, Lirue, M irivn and CIion, nnl v. j. w. Williamson, gt. WINClllisTK K iRICE CURRENT, Wheat 1,05, oil corn 1,00 Flour r,,V) prr Lbl, tr cut. 3..'5. Putitoe-i 1,0!, white hraf 3 ,00. Coffee 4'J f'u....
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester journal — 13 November 1863
r STICK TO Tin: r.if.M jthc mn3niilerr.t rivrr.- ana likes , DiT. Ki;nv: In !?r Advnrile if at thi inrirvrlo-H rnpiditv with! th" 2 Id nf S-iTf :it!)T. I li 1 1 mi nr- "hieh ihr eatiutrv was !! .... ! tiri hr1(,( ...Sii,.., tl tli.- rrni." it the e; t?rj ie äud pncticdl iiitfl- j AUt rr.idin the p' re oer ! em e ! lenee which hi .KxO!ipli?hed ' to th r,T U.iwi that a l.til.. ml- 1 u.;h nMon-l.in- result in v rhort i: a il ir-n fit d.rr. tion would ' tin e. Hit I if") not think tint j t'ii.1 t.-iiinkc f,Mfo hnnerV- Uv.av o.elhi-v iiirprisr.l tno more Vi ktotf.r hr,,' tint, a uW.tlm. xxi th hx-irunc; nt t olii i.i nj exhor .i!m:n written clivcr en p li W rr .w lorA.'i t I ' 0 f !''ji t. T I)" '? i) I t'I llld jlli C;.H f () II the rrv' lotlll- i u :i.k 5o-nr tiirn, v I, y u-v, i. . r jii, uüiir.i m -p, ,, i . . ii"t Incto .?iv o;t th- iirn? y.in ' " il''?t e.j-im'-iit-, Will li i I the ii.nril rrplv to he tin? th-v .1 ti.t I k. r,r, n's th.t'it i!l liiphn ir ivij.-v cpnf, ami th I . r...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester journal — 20 November 1863
I if r ( Tin: 1 VIHCHESTER JOURNAL i i:vi:iiv runnv moumng j tt.rms of .siJii-ciMrnoN. j (lue P ill. ir am! 1'if l '!. a V-ar, J ir r 1 1 t iv m i. ; i Tr.rtMs ok advi:?: i i.-..g. ; ")n rc, one ii' 'ti n Sl-1 ; Cic' i lliti fill in r:i r '2' 1 A lit-r.'. Iic .uiil will ' in ! t tli jsc . i i ' ! - ; inisiiu55 Director;. n nineoi'irJ .f Mliii r!. j.cr.rjr. j AN'Ts, Ol I A l !) VIN'I I 'ITS, VlMni.Y IN AliVAMl.. j T!t.-si;s AN!) M' '- I ro;:Ti;i; v MiorLin:i:-ns:A( i:s, -- - - : - - - - , SCHOOL IJOOKS, SCHOOL i:XA.lia.Z:i:,!AM srviinv: i:y. i.tc. i:tc r. i ii att, Ccm.oi. i:vmim:u r.ir Ipl C 1 .tv, will :t c . i .tv, wi.l Ht'e-. l t the Kx-! of A:v'.io.ii.t t: j Satunhty in I'.ach Mont!., j Amin itiou Tourth In the S-w I'.iifU ?ho,)l.,.!.)'H', N'orlli if t!i Ii ilr i J, liicluiter, Imliaua. j n .vJl ly CAREY S. GOODRICH, At orncy at Law, wTii.i. vrrr.M) iMtnuiTi.v to W r!lrrtinjr ni l Ki-'iirin r1.ii!.' at.'! ....:...- - r,l I.H-1 niv fur: il!r ami t'.ir h'ir. O.ice on f;r.-tj V .r ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester journal — 20 November 1863
WINCHESTER JOURNAL. winch kst nn : . , . , . , ,.. 1 j AN xti:.nsivi: rr.A.v am it The conspiracy to release the rebel prisoners at Camp Chase, seize the Arsenal at Columbus Ohio, and liberate the rebel oHIcer in the Penitentiary there, vrai probably part of n pencr.il plan which embraced the projected expedition from Canada to capture Johnson's Island, arm the rebel prisoners there, and organize &amp; rebel campaign in Ohio. It was intended aho to burn Cleveland, IS:: (Tal o and other lake cities, end to inaugurate a general system of incendiarism, and destruction of public and private property j11 over the loyal States ; thin distracting the attention of the National Government, and paralyzing its energies. The Government h is n great deal j more evidence of the plot than will pet into the newvpnpers very soon. Valla:idigham, the Traitor, being ......v. wi-Tipu-., m superiiing.ftn nrn.rn.riv p. ri, ...... of ; the political campaign in Ohio, has ! ample time for these cons...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester journal — 20 November 1863
I. I. . C. RA If ItOAD TIME 44 Train fMi rt lVAifc r at fullou-: Onfl WUT. MAIL t 517 T. M. nicht r.xi'Ki:ss t 4 is a. m. LOCAL FKKlfillT m S.I J A. M. GOItO CAT. MAIL nt fi-'7 A- MMrtiiT kxpkkss t ii.h r. m. ACCOMMODATION t .... Y. AI. IV7irrr, Train. Mi'l Tnin Wt rill ato,i II Utions on rriprr I.etnz r'.vrn. Ni'ht Ltpre UV: will flop at nil station Kut of Ctiio: on prooer ai;naUien: given. Wet of Cnion, will .top at Win. chetler, Mancie, Anderson an J Pendleton, only. Mill Vet will liie.it r.ellefontiine. r.fttrnrd Triinu. Mtil Train Lut ili top At lYmllVton. Anderon, M-jnci. Winchester, Union, Wr-iIIe-i,S..nef , IMIeforitnine. I true, M irion ga l ( ilion, onlr. J. W. WILLIAMSON. Ar.rrr. As Iciiknt. Asa party of citizen were out hunting a SaLkitli or two no, nnl whilf tho were scouring a piece of o(h a mile or more in extent, and situated some five mile, ns we nre told, south-cut of town, they came upon a sijnad of pence Democrats who had sequestered themselves there for the purp...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester journal — 20 November 1863
Fur th. Journal, i VSSSmMt-ann1 ' I TLu subject wcsjrcfcrrcd tojln nn editorial iu the Journal some months fincc, and I have waited in vain for ft rcjponac. The subject is certainly cm that ought to claim theattcntr. The horticultural interest of! "Wayne county f.rc fo-tercd by two Societies; cannot Kamlolph have one? Horticulture has ahvnvs deminded more attention than it has received about '.ere, and is annually growing in imp rtnnrc. Ilarrl? of the Genesee Tanner, aid, on coming to tlii country from England, that he ''was surprised that farmers paid to little attention to their gardens.' A well cultivated gardcu is one half of a finner'sliv. iiitfi Hut our gardens arc already improving, a:;d what vre want is the knoled-o and pviu rloiir o of tltP Knoricugc an i experience oi me xho o comrnunitv. It hn Unlmt ft few years since the catalogues of our nurserymen showed little else - w----- --.w I than apple and pear trees for sale. Now they are crowded with the I ,1,.... .4 , mall fr...