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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 28 May 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL DY W. J BLATTER. WINCHESTER: FRIDAY EVENING, MAY, 28TH. To Correspondents "Black Jack" Your little pieca may be published if we have room to ipare quite conveniently, X." Your pieco is declined. "Forsaken." Poetry respectfully do clined because you never give your name, and because we don't like your piece. 'Constantia." Would publish your poetry in reply to'Constant," if you hai given your name. A pity it is that "ton stant" cannot have the opportunity of re plying to your queries. But we never have and never will depart from the rule to publish no communication minus the author's name. Jgy" "This world is a stBge" and all mankind are organ grinders, was our thought on Thursday evening last when some three or four Italian gentlemen made their entrance into Winchester, with organs on their backs, belted there on with leathern girdles, and ever and anon they would take their organs down and commence "that same ould tune," with all the boys in town to give atten tion....

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. — 28 May 1858

Terms of Advertising. 110 no . in no IK 00 . 90 00 . 7ft 00 CO (10 I4 HO W 00 . f,fl 00 :ia no . :w no 20 no . 1 00 i, 60 Ho varlft- 1 square ont year, . ii t . ;i h 11 . . . ,1 ii ii , . Oho column ont yaar, . Three, quarters nt u column one year, One lialfoolumii one year, Ono quarter of a column on year, Ono column fix months, thriio One half column six mouths, i h " three months, ' Ona square onn Insertion, " , ' ,, Kuch milatntfaiPtit iiiaerlluo, If If" fhan 3 "'"111"1 ror t.-ii lines (or let s) constitute ono square Hon from llil" ruin. , , , I .irmmiil c'nmmunli atl.iim ami cdiloi wl nullccs cliarjrJ M double Iho ahove rates, Terms of Subscription. IH ADVANCE vi (( within. srx months 2 ro AT Till': END OF THIS YEAH. . .1 00 Tho followinj liberal torms arooffored to ClubBi ,'t cnpie.i for ft copies for 10 ii .1 " " " 8 H nn 8 (ill mi r.'0 00 KEWSPArER LAW. 1--A1I subscriber who eln not give ex-press notice to !lii contrary are considered " wishing in continue their subscriptio...

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. — 3 June 1858

THE WILLIAM J. RI.ATTKR, fUtiLlMllUU AND ritOi'lUKTOIt. THE 1I0ME.J0U11NAL 'Tloilgoil to noparty's arbitrary sway, We follow truth wliore'or slie leads Uie way." look at tho Other Side. , In looking over tho pages of an ex change paper the other day ibr "copy," a litt)e trifle caught our eye which we thought rather "a good thing," and forthwith wc proceeded to clip it out. On turning to tho next page w found, to our mortification and chagrin, that we had unwittingly mutilated and de stroyed a most interesting article one worth forty trifles and all this happened just because we did not "look on the other side." Now, this incident, however trifling, is not. with out a moral a moral not alone ap plicable to getting up copy. ' Young man, when yon would seek recreation at the gin shop or card ta ble, "look at the other side" and see if the loss of health and character will not more than counterbalance the pleasure. When you would spend your youth in idle frivolities and gay trifles, sto...

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. — 3 June 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL "Pledged to no party1, arbitrary (way, We follow truth where'er .he leads the way." THE EXCHANGE BANK. Tho following remarks from the Nashville Banner are sensible and ex press our views "to a t." While the discussion between the various parties connected with carry ing out of the Free Banking Law, with respect to tho mismannp;emont of the altairs of the hxchange Hank are read with great avidity by the public, they aflbru very little consolation to the note holders, who are. vainly enquir ing what is to be the value of this de prcciated paper. Our own reflections upon this subject have strongly im pressed us with tho belief that the notes of this Bank, though not at present available, must be eventually good. Leaving out of view what may be expected from the principals tho owners ot the liank ana we under stand they are men of wealth, and re. garded by those who know them best as men of integrity we hold that the Stale is legally and morally liable for every dollar ...

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. — 3 June 1858

imj.mmntm 't-cXTAJna- m. -,r,. 1"'IV "V" ' "V; THE HOME JOURNAL BY W. J- BLATTER. WINCHESTER: THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 3RD. fligr Local items ero ratlior scarce in our town this week, in consequence of which we shall not mention ony. The Hormonia Society talk of giving on en tainraent in a week orso. We hope the members may be energetic enough to pre pare a play, for many are tired of the dullness that pervades town at present, and would patronize ihem to "pass of time," even if through no desire to en courage a. beneficial ami prui.se worthy union of young mon. . - communicated. Married. In the vicinity of Dech cherd, on the Nashville and Chattanoo ga Rail Road, on the 27th of May, by John T. Slatter, Esq., Mr. Harrison Ferry and Miss Elizabeth Kennorally, daughter of Mrs. Jane Kennerally, and grand daughter of Captain Wm. Darwin, all of this county. We encountered many sparkling eyes, ruby cheeks, handsome faces and pretty dresses on the above ecstatic occasion. In due time, however...

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. — 3 June 1858

Terms of .Advertising. 1 square ne year, ' ' . J10 00 ).- 00 is no 20 00 in no Gil Oil 15 IK) no mi no H i no :;n no 20 nn . l no One r.olumn one year, .... Tlu ec ciiuulcisor a column one ycnr, . One. lino column one year, One qimrlcr of n column one year, One column six months, three Ono hntf r.nlumii fix mtinllm, " three months, One wiimrf one Intel lion, Kadi siihsoiiui'tit Insertion, If less than 3 months, DO orT Ten linos (or lesm) constitute one square Ho varl i. lion from this ruin, ' , j roiial (.'oniimiiit'.ntlor.s ana editorial notices clmii'.a ol double Hie above nit,', , Terms of Subscription. IN advance. WITHIN SIX MONTHS AT THE END OF THE YEAR.. $3 on a r.o :i on Tlia following H'oonl terms aro o-frrcd to Clubs; II critics - ? r M 5 coni'is fo; - - - - in a ' . - 13 (i j 3 ... . . . eo oo sEWSPArsa ivw. 1-. ll subscribers wli" ! n' rove cvprrrs ""Men I" the contrary are our i Ittrtr.l as wishing to aii'tinuc their Hiihscrinll'nts. . . ,, . oll'inhxcriliernoiilnr the d...

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. — 10 June 1858

HOME iac BY W. J, SLATTER. WINCHESTER, TEN., JUNE 10, 1858. yOL. II3HU 23. T XT V WINCHESTER JOURNAL 4 THE HOME JOURNAL "Pledged to no party's arbitrary wy, Wa follow ttutli wher.'er ahe laada tbo way." CONSTITUTIONAL CONTENTION. The people of Tennessee, so says the Republican Baner, will be called upon to vote on tne nrst inursuay in 5 ft Scntfimhpr next, unon the aueslioii of " I -' I T 7" calling a Convention "to revise, alter, or amend the Constitution of tie State of Tennessee." For the purpose of bringing the subject early before the public, in order that it may be delider ately considered, we .publish the fol lowing Act of Assembly authorizing the people to vote : An art to authorize the people to call a Convention to revisej alter or amend, the Constitution of the State of Ten' ncssee. Sec.1 Be it enacted by the General y Assembly of the State of Tennessee, That i$ the citizens of this State, entitled to vote 4t for members of the General Assembly, M i i . i i . ii . . i are...

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. — 10 June 1858

THE HOMK JOURNAL "Plodsei to no party arbitrary iiway, Wu fallow truth whora'er thu leads the way." JST Suro enough wo went down to Nashville Inst week and staid until we etarte:! hack homo. Wo hod n very pleas ant tiino going, for the cors were under the conductorship of thot old leader, Col. J. E. Sand. .Positively he is the most gentlemanly conductor we ever saw. It does us good to see the attention he vol untarily bestows on the ladies end oth ers under his enre. His manners are quite ngrecablo ond ho scorns to bo never but ter pleased than when employed to ac commo Into the fuir. Long may ho live. At Nashville we put oursclf under the protection of the St. Cloud's stately roof, nn l feasted on the good things with which its table is ever spread. We reached Nashville ubout 8 o'clook, P. M., Hnd found a good deal of excitement pervad ing tho citizens about the renowned Thai ber;, Viex temps, &c, who were making their first appearance in that city that flight. Now, by way of 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. — 10 June 1858

tTHE HOME JOUHNAL BY W. J. SLATTER. WINCHESTER: v THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 10. Announcement. Commencement sermon, forth Mary Sharp College will bo delivered on next Sabbath, Ju 13th, at tho Baptist Church by Eld. A. C. Dayton. Services to commonce at half past ten A. M. ' Z. C. GRAVES. The Fourth of July. We hope our citizens will not forget to celebrate in some good way the coming anniversary of American Independence. Eighty-two years ago, next 4th of July, the United States declared their freedom from British oppression, and that declar ation of Independence should be read publicly much oftener than it is. Surely lio fourth of July will be allowed to pass without giving the rising generation the privilege ol listening to that which should be ever kept in sacred remernberanco by all who love liberty, and aro allowed to worship their God according to the dic tates of their own conscience. Yes, cel ebrate the day. Keep it vivid in the re- memberance of American youth, and es pecially a...

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. — 10 June 1858

( lllfllMlllM'l IHiH' M Teraa of Advertising. square one year, . ' . a 4 Pn column one l iVc-n tarters of a, r.nliiirm one yen, , Onn half column one year, fire quarter of s column oiw year, O:io column si mouths, " " three One half column six mo.itlm, " ' " three mouth, . Oi.i sinrira one insertion, Hied mibserpient insertion, If teeu ttiuu 3 nioul lis. it Ten linen (or Iwa) constitute one thUiir flo varle tun from tliiH rtiln. I srstiniil Communications and cUtuiWI nutlr jh chur 'ed l double tlio above rate. ! year, flO 00 . in 00 1H 00 . 20 ai 70 TO) tJ) M no S". OO AO 00 3IJ 1)0 . :o oo VO IH) i oo 60 Terras of Subscription. J,V aT)VANCK WITUfNSIX MONTHS AT THE END OP THE YEAR.. (10 Ml a (id Tho folio-wing liboral tarnu aid oTerod to Claliai 3 copies fot ' - - 8 5 00 6 copies for fl 00 10 " " - ' 15 no 1ft 20 00 Agcntst'or llic Bfmtie .Tourim!. S. M. PETTrVOrr.L& CQ New York. JOHN P. HEFNER Winchester. CEO. E. PURVIS McMinnvilli. T J. CUMMINGS IV'llnhoma. wixr;m;sTi:u: THURS...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 17 June 1858

THE WINC HE S TKU HOME JOURNAL. liY W. J. SLATTER. I II E IIOME JOUIUAL "Plcdgoil to no lmrty'i arbitrary iwny, Wo follow truth where'er nhelouUs the way," "lie drinks, hit then he is frank about it." Such was tho expression of an in telligent, accomplished, and highly es teemed young lady of our nquaintanco with whom we were conversing a short time since in relation to the drinking of ardent spirits by a young man of her acquaintance. Hie young man was just at that age in lifts when it is most necessary for one to adopt a course that should characterize his future existcucc on earth. He drank, "hut, ho was frank about it." How consoling, indeed, the remark! Al though his intemperate use of liquor was wrong, both socially and moral ly, yet she would have had us excuse him because he was frank Such an apology is encouragement to drinking, much more effective in fact than all the groceries that ever reared their detestable fronts in the midst of an enlightened community. Because he is...

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. — 17 June 1858

HE HOME JOURNAL BY W. J. SLATTER. Tlcliwl to no purly'H arbitrary sway, W fallow truth where'er klielwiilNlho way," OUR FLAG. Most of our exchanges arc teeming just now v illi rn.'tttcr relative lo out nics j)t'rp(!tr.it!il upon 1 ho American flag by British cruisers, and tlic np prehension is that war between the two nations will he the result. Some of the ablest journals and prominent Htatcsincn urge that our national hon or and rights have been too shniiiefujjjk' Jy ami cruelly disregarded p.ikI tramp led upon to avoid a war, unless Eng land make reparation greater than it is supposed she will. Indeed, many loudly proclaim that reparation is and should bo impossible,---that tht? ag gressions are intolerable, and nothing short of war can satisfy our insulted nation. Other journals equally able urge that wc bo satisfied with a ces sation of her improper practice, and indemnity for the future. Mow, as for us, wo would most cer tainly deprecate a war with England more than with any o...

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. — 17 June 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL WINCHESTER: THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 17. THE HARMONIA SOCIETY. This Society will give an enter tainment nt the Court House on Fri day night, and have two excellent and amusing farces selected for the occasion. We anticipate for them a large and attentive audience. Every citizen ought to go. The society are in debt yet for their scenery, (which is beautiful) and if they are well pat ronized on Friday night, they can be able to "pay out." Give them a good hearingthey are "our own boys," and merit encouragement, rfjf We were not at home during thu examination of the students at Messrs. Syler & Warner's School, and are unable to say ourseif anything pro or con, but we have been inform ed by several old citizens that it sur passed anything of the kind that luis come off in our town in a long lime. lha efforts of the scholars on Satur day uight.it is said, were, quite suc cessful and elicited the loud st of praise from all who heard them. We regret that circumstances we...

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. — 17 June 1858

Terms of Advertising, aid nd . u nn IN IK) . 80 IX) "A 01 HO HO . 1,1 11,1 v . ft' I mi lift no . :w on 2'i oil , 1 (in fiO ;i . I " " " , , Oho milium one year, , . 'I'ln eo iunrtr8i)f ii column oun year, due hull column one year, Htm cimt ct er ul a column one year, One colnuiii six months, " three " One luilr coluiiin six months, a ihruc IttOlit H, . One square one Insertion, J'li Kiihsmpipiil Insertion, If lernt limn H innntliH, It J Ten linen (cir Ici-k J cuntiliif f otif miiiuro !'u v.iri,.. I rill limn this Mill'. 1 'ii ii iiml (.'iiiiiiiiuiiid'iliiim ami editoil.il ii'ilke clmrjed hi double t tie above rates. Terms of Subscription. IS iDVANCK "() WITHIN' SIX .MONTHS 'I ."II AT THIS END OL' T11K YEAR.. : 01) Tho folio-wins Hboral tonm aroolTororl to filubs: : copies Cut - - - ft Of) ? uopiuN for - - - H 00 10 " ' ... i.i nn 15 - - W 00 A(;e!iisfoi' t!. I3iK! .imtywil. S. M. PETTtNOILf. &. CO .Vow York. JOHN P. IHCFNEU, WiiicliwH.ip. (JEO. 13. riJUVkS .UcWiiiuville T J. CU...

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. — 24 June 1858

THE WINCHESTER HOME J 0 l) tOIII, NO. 25. . M W. J. SLATTEK. WINCHESTER, TENN., JUNE 34, 1858. Sale of lirind. On Monday, tlio I9ih day of July, 1858, be fore tho Court House door in Winchester, I will o tt'o r for unit, to the highest bidder, all the luridsof wliicli Joel Matthews died, neiz d and poiwesHcd, containing about 103 acres, a more particular description of which will to (riven on day of sulo. To be sold in pur suance of o decree of tho Circuit Court of Franklin County. Tenn., pronounced at the March term, 18-r)8, in the cause Iheroin pond ing ot "David Osborne, Guar. &.e., Petition to noil laud." TERMS. Said land will ho told on a credit of onr, two and three years. The purchaser will bo required to give bond with good und approved necurity, and a linn retained on the land until the purchase money is paid. Tho biddings for said land to comnvuico at $2 per aero. N. FRIZZELL, Clerk, &c. Juno 8, 1858, Ow $ 5 00. STATU OF TENNESSEE. F. T. Estill, Adm'r &c, vs. T...

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. — 24 June 1858

THE IfOMK J OH MAI BY W. J. SLITTEK. '"lad gad to i)9 iiirl y'H arbitrary woy, We follow tiulli where'er ahelradiilhe way." MEETING. Ala meeting of liirp ort!on of iho t.Uhvnn of Winchester ond Franklin County, Un motion, '.. C. (iriAVKft vhh cnlhiJ u ilio Choir nml JSVni Vwvitv.u. aj jifiintinl Si'crei.iry, The object of lliu lut't'ttn being ox i;iiio l by A. S, Colyur, Ksq , on inn. lion, t!i! Chairninn then n ppointeJ lh'. Wnllnrd Ksiiil, A. S. Unlynr, P. Tur- ney, M. W. fiorner, Esij"., I3rn.i;ltoii n t'oinmiUeo to rcjiort nuitnlilc persons to attend ns ilelt".rnies to the Meeting of ilie Trustees of the Southern University at Herhola on the 3.1 of Ju ly lli;.t. Sniil Committee then rejiorifd the fol lowing jicrunw, to-wit : Dnu'J Ur.'iiilton, Lewis Mo ten Iff, Jill. F Hindi, A (i Clopton, M )., li Crime, Smith Ilou'.'hion, F A Loudmiiller, I! 1' McdYhue, W J Slnttcr, W W Kstill, M 1), C C Gurner, Ml), M M Henderson, A J Du'ml, Hop Tiirncy, M 1), Jas II Kstill, A I) Trimble, J 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. — 24 June 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL WINCHESTER: THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 24. MARY SHARP COLLEGE. Dflow ure tile names of the gemin ates at the close of the 15tli session of the above-named College. Each read an original essay, the texts of which aro attached to their respective names. Miss Mary E. Iloub: Death of Na poleon. Miss Francis V. Brooks: Visitants from Spirit land. Miss Mary L. Head: Where is thy Home? Miss Issabella Martin: Change, Misa Letitia Pencil' ton: Who are Fortune's Favored Ones'. Miss Mary J. Gordon: Dreams and Realities. Miss Suban F. Sharp: Adversity a Blessing. Miss Nancy CD. Scales: What Part are we acting in the great Drama of Life? Jane E. Dennett: Life ever divcrsi fd. Miss Masy L. Sncad: My Boat is launched, hut wherc's the Shore? Vale dictory. , Notice. I lhave some eight or ten Watches and some Jewelry left by L. I. Gilder sleeve in my possession for delivery and the owners had better call soon and get them W. J. S LATTER. rTT The Baltimore Patriot sixes an ! account of a ...

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. — 24 June 1858

::'.'.' -.j. ). i-.it? 2 1' 'l. i fit,. f ' TiHjU);lKJOailiAI. 'Jut Frco of r outage in Franklin County . Terms of AJvcrtisinjj. ny.iai,. 'ma ycir. 8ifl oo . 1A (in f I'O , 5'l (h Id III) f,n do . no 2 1 m . to no J.I O'l . :.!) no so no . j iii) Mi linn column una year, ("inti'rtni roimnn one ycir, i;- ! .il ' OJll'M'1 ('" )'" ,H "i a column one yrnr, fi,.; i. ilnimiiit iinmiiH. tliri'o fi.. f: H kjlinnn jix m..iitln, .. i t'lion moiuii'i i.f,.' io,l:irp "rn liivui turn, i.' , ,ih....,,..i..,,t iiiMitlo.'i, If thn .1 mcmtl.M. ' j' IVm liiii-fKiir fva)cDiistltiil)onesiiii.ii Nov.iri.i. ' , ii.imi thi.i nilii. i :s,iiil (Miiimili:illiiiiH and i'd!tiu;il ntlfpa rMi ;od m ....-iLiiu tlia .'ilmvi! r.iius. A eild-.tOl' IB' IJf'lJt .l JS.U iriJiin. ' '' . M. I'JiTTIS'Wl.li & CO.,. . '"'-' JOHN' lIl'J-'N'Iil! Witu'li-Mur. ,,. " mi - v M.-MiMiivillo nv.'j. i'.. I l'n .i ! ' i - T J, CUM.MINliS IllllilllOIII'l. vixr iiksii;k: THUiSOAV KVKNIXCi, JUNE 2t. Who destroys Fruit Trees, fti r-is...

Publication Title: Winchester Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 1 July 1858

i'UVl. Ut't'jJJUlJI 1,'' "ill 1,1. S9 THE WINCHESTER HOME JOU BY W. J. SLATfEJI. WINCHESTER, TENNM JULY 1, 1858. VOL Jf, NO. 2(5. n-wr mm.t "Tfc. r lh i ymmmm m 4 nlllWM ill (WirtHOrtiW."3li It IV.!.' imii y- i i 1 1 . i i RNAL. THE HOME JOURNAL BY W. J. S LATTER. "I'leili-cJ to no (iurly ArhKrury Away, Wi follow truth wlif ir'nr whe Jeuilw tlir woy." WINCHESTKU: TnDRSOAY EVENING, JULY 1. Tlio New Orleans correspondent of tlio New York Herald writes: "You may reft assured Gen. Wai.ki-.ii will proceed to Nicaragua immediately. No lives for no oilier purposo, and believes in nooih erdestiny. His resources aro greater now tbnn ever, and Ii i support in tlio United Slates uioro personal and powerful." Congress after blustering tremendous ly in roga'd to vast prepn rations for n vigorous warfare with the "Queen of theL"ces ' 'ace' m" fl0"-- Punch. Seas" upon her favorite element, merely passed a bill lo build five sloops of war The mouse is safely delivered, and the mountain is doinj; us...

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 July 1858

i mmum t,i j - i-i ! iHi Si .11 li 4 : a, THE Jl 0 M K JUU1LNAL BY W. J. 6 LETTER. I'lcU'il In i.n inly"' Hi lillrniy nvny, V, t f, 11, nv In. Mi v Im'cvr flicifiiilnllic way," c' tpivjm ,....,,,- ,nu..-eWBrr.HB-na 11 Mm tmm ''!: uV'r-y (lurxtion. '.v'e have no 1 hr'ni;.; the, matierto your recollection; (Li;-t !.i:'.r.iat llf iniiaey ipji'Kiion. tw lsiilhutgrutcfurijuur Ci. iil.ei'ied vi:h tho j;eiiernl (.'(iVej n-1 - nieut, will l e the t:r at ipieslicu of lbt; I'v" AN,il' 15vNK Mom.v. The dnv. AH other , s .-eem to be 'f (" ll,c i'ban-e ti.!.vith thi-cut Tbm of thisimpor- d Teini.we, reported lo this Untune. The, fi.et that, the. rover:,-' a' at the otlice of the Canity Court r.icnt olthe United Si a esU untVr th" "I Lhmd.oii county k about r.i ec . ,i:y of coiitrnetinir loans of from j'i'l'b'W'i iw.nity to thirty millions nyrnr wl en T!)(i JiCZw. Ilarbv, for the u, r at p.ae.'uilh nil th world, is , C!JiS U. C, Sl.ae, eMae oil' u Mat,- of thirds whieh orvht ,-iot to,. ..... ni,....

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