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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester home journal. — 1 July 1858

-si . 04 T HE HOMEJdUIlNAL Sent Free of Postage In Franklin County. " Terms of Subscription. IN ADVA NCR WfTllIN SIX MONTHS AT THE ENDOF THE YEAR.. $'2 00 a no 3 00 Tbo following liberal torma are oflorod to Clubs! 3 copies for - 9 A 00 A copies for - 8 (i0 in " " ... ii) (id 16 "newspaper law. All mibKcrllmm who do not nlve e.vpres notify tn the contrary ai o considered u wiahlng to continue their "o' f uh"crlhr onlnr the discontinuance of their pa pers, tli" publisher mav continue to Bend them until ur- ri-.ir'iifH arppulil. 3 ir HiiliMcribnrn noRlect or refuse to take their impm rriiin the pt oincn to which they tire Bent, they are held responsible until Hi' hill" are Mttieil, uml their pupi-m ordered to b discontinued. XSy Subscriptions for a sliortor time ilian one year must be paid in advance, jjjgy" Single copies sold at 10 con ts. iMiwimm msm.aammnmimncmmiWRmmTu:iavexTiM WlNCIIESTHlt: THURSDAY EVENING, JULY JCiS" Mr. Jo C. Onhniig warns boys who are so callous of tluty, law ...

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 July 1858

iV' ' a IIP fiKti '" 1,' . : t f, . e , ! 5 :''!.- 1 f. ". ') 1 -I a''p: ioi:5. T nobb'sil continent - -i'th iDuii has cvor inndo is tlmt of r: a p. oinl mi I Hcry animal, wliich '. .us with bin ihe f.i.tiyw? of war .. i i'm fcfoiy ci'buttU'. No less it:- t1tit.it liis nuisHr, Ibo horse Birrs . iX'.zy.r iitivi conirni.ia iip, no inures iisrW f the H.-juiid of turns; ho rev i i,)ii, he sock it, frn.1 IvIik!' rs wiili ii.'imo fire; be, liK'evvb '! pr.tf ieiputt'it : i bit pleasures: nt t!u c.li:iv;, thn ', i:vn;imcul, tlic racoconir.t', ho rhinos. gutters but, OlUtC SIX UOCile :iS lir .y:xo. hi: ili.ps not snllVi" his nii-til.! , , ' i nvcrcutnc him, hut ho sr i!i;i to i-onult il -h ;-.! it?, r.jvl cvit ohilu-r.f i lht iti)uri:ystir,5 lie ri-: lv s iV-!ii hi: t'ti'.rls, f-hich-MH hin i.-:,i, i' t;!- :uls Mill, Mill .-!(::? In;!- lo saii-'ly it. .! is n, c'c.ft.io tl.:.f. ;' s-curnvs his iiV.'n l.'t'iiif;', to r.vi.--t solely by ;t!.;: I.r i's ill 5 i.."il rveii U i OW'j bow io ,'uiiir...

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 July 1858

tdum S3? WINCHESTER J3 0 M E JOURNAL. Ufa THE BY W. J. SLATTKll, THE HOME JOURNAL Pleiteed to no party's trbltrtry twy, We follow truth whin'ar ihilMditliewtv.1 fifiy During our absence from homo friend took down the following local transactions, which will still ho of in terent, although a weok later. In appear $nj than they should: t , Monday last was a big day in our town the day on which all tlie acting Mag istrate of thn county nro required to be on the boncli, we beliovo; and so far as we know, all of them wore on hand. A great many of the citizens were- in attendance more than ore usually seen, even on commencement day at moet of our Circuit Court terms, when almost ev ery body comes to town, Tho unusually largo assemblage, was owing, perhaps, to several causes one, to its boing the quarterly term another, to its boing a little too wet for niBny of the farmers to plow, and doubtless most of them aro beforehand on their forms, and still another reason and we suppose the greast...

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 July 1858

I' U IJ H a u n t rr y r i t I 1 II J'j 11 U M I'j fl I I . A h ..... , . ..... I 8 few yours lhi3.xp(i will become thoMOt i'i1.,i1-,.,u.n.nMirtyri.iiri.rvHwy, , n"""1 tlS o watering plum, in America. V.u Mlio.v truth whure'tir kliulwu dir. " 'J'lic fUrt, too, llnit tliisgrnnd ploco is in rm ! tho po.ucHsion find under tho rulo of a Borsheba. I r-' I i aious nnd goo, I mnn, will induce ninny In company uitl.'n numl.cr of the fin- tvipil vvho otherwise would not. No est (tcntleinon ond fotne ol (ho nicest nnd 1 p-nnblera, groceries, nnd tin) like are ol. most plodMint Indies, wo visited Uersl.o- I h'.ved hrn. Yet every orrnnmont for ba week before I art to witness t!ic action ; intrM:nsnn.l hruil. pi ensure has been of tl.o IJihlmp, r.n.l Trustee of the I'ni- iim lo. Tiiai those cpriii. should huve vcrsity of tho South. Our company nr- j 1000 visitors next year would not snr rived there on Friday evening being ' prise u.s nt nl I. nud that nil will pn&s over About tlio fiMon the ...

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 July 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL WINCHESTER: THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 15. SEWANEE. On Friday lat wo went up with a largo number of otliurn, to aitcnJ a Pic-Nic atSo wanno. Tho woailicr soon in tlio nmn)iiir foreboded rnin, consequently niiiny diJ not po, who would Imvo ff'ino. But tho tiny turn ed out well, an I nil had a pond time, Uisli opa Polk nnd Elliott vere thorp, und both re sponded feelingly and eloquent'y lo a roccp tion impromptu by Rov. A.J lltiird. of Win chester. It would bo a pleasure- to im if wo could present remarks of tlieso gontlomnn in print, but ns they wore delivered unoxpectcd y, to us as wol) on lliein, lliul pleasure is do iiiod us. After they had thus inturclninged rotnnrlts, ell were invited by Mr. Colyar lo tha sump tuous repast of do'icious edibles prepared by tlio ladies ai.d spread on "Nature's own rid, carpet of preen." Every one furcj finely, unci joy beamed on every fuee. After dinner, tho Bishop and a number of others, accompanied by that lione&t, accom plished...

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 July 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL Sent Freo of Tostago in Franklin County. Terms of Subscription. JN aDVaNCK ,v. WITHIN SIX MONTHS AT THIS KNJJOI-' THE YEAR.. 2 no Ibo following liberal terms are offcrotl to Chaba: 3 copies fur 00 fi ContOH (or . - - 8 lid 10 ... i.'i mi j;, mi (ID fSj0 Subscriiitioiis fur a shm'tor time than ono year must lie paid in advance. MiT Sin do cDpiuH sold lit 10 cents. AVINCIIKSTKIt: THURSDAY KVfiXlNfi, JULY 15. MEETING. WiNniusTr.n, July 7th. At a meeting of tho citizens of VvinoliexUT, comprising both la.lifs and gent lemon, Or. Lewis Mctculf was culled to (lie chair ami W. J. iSlutter appointed Sec retary. The, Prcsidenthaving explained the ohject of the meeting to he the ar rangement, of a I'ic-Nic at Scwanee Mr. Colvar offered the following re. olution, which was adopted: Resolved, That a Committee of five bo appointed, whose duty itshnll be to inalc all necessary arrangenu ills for a trip, by the ciliens of I'l-anKIin county, to Sewani-o on next IYiday to meet such ...

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 July 1858

THE WINCHESTER HOME JOURNAL. BY W. J. SLATTEK. T II K HOME JOURNAL 'Plcdjjod to no party's arbitrary sway, Wo 'ollow truth, where'er sheleadsthe way." Terms of Subscription. IS ADVANCE $2 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS 2 50 AT THE ENDOP THE YEAR.. 3 00 Ths following liberal term are offered to Club:. 3 copios for I ft Oft S copies for - 8 00 10 " - . 15 00 15 ' . . . . 20 00 Subscriptions for a shorter time than one year must be paid in advance. Singlo copios sold at 10 cents. Certain People. We nre often vexed to hear certain people, to bo found in almost every town, wo guoss, abusing, calumniating end vil ifying I he community in which they re Bide. They talk about the town ns the meanest in creation unfit to live in, and are continually vowing their intention lo lenvo it, yet, strange to say, thf y generally continue residents of the very town, and minglcrs in the seme community which thoy find so much delight in abusing. Such characters to us are detestable, and enn givo us no surcrdomons...

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 July 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL '1'ir.iBfliUo n(irvty'Hrbitiry Hway, We 'allow truth whfri'trHiKloml.ihowny." M , 1X1J Tuonl To brooding over the unhappy people of Hfntirft. Tin! Into ne.wti mm'hUh voiv iiii. favorably of iho cou.li tic.ii of the conn- - - i try. EO''The United Stales is now involved in u mile w nr with I'lnnpuy. vessels! 1 ...... r.. , .... c . .... ! ure ucirig uium up ior un e xpeuiu'.ii tliencii. to tuck redress fur wrunus done . - tffir- Post Master (ieucrul, A. V. llrown, ond his family arrived ui Nn.sh- villc a few days since, ; StWANKi:. Wo notice in the Lniou .... .... mv...i .... ..,,. aim .unci iluii, ui in in c'tn ( j u ..I. i. , nicntion f.oni J'r. Alurimiliy, of this uounty, ilcfuiuling Suwnnuu in (.uvcrnl rn- j spctls, from wlmt lio, wiih many oilicrs, . rugonlud ns nn unjusl nttcck in llm Union j and American. i.n iho Union lic laims ! any intention to spenk dispnrin-dy ofj Uio locution, nnn iiiiiikh tin: nun. in nn. former issue wris niisuinleixooil, uinl suys it ...

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. — 22 July 1858

THE -HOME JOURNAL WINCHESTER: THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22. Petticoat Ge.vtry. We are credi Lly informed by a lady who knows, that u big "rooster" can now be seen at tho Winchester Springs followed by a gang of litthi chickens which he hutched himself, and which he is now raising with allthe tender, affectionate care that characterizes a natural mother. We now want to know whether he should be called the moth er or tho father of those chickens. He aurely cunnot be both. We are under obligations to several members of Congress for val uable public documents. 7" The Small Vox is said to be ra ging in some parts of the country. Several cases have occurred in Nash ville. IJjPAccording to our exchanges crops are looking very line and times ap pear bright. Q3 Wo have just finished a quan tity of Executions, Warrants, Bonds, &c, for sale at $1 per quire. CITIZENS' BANK. Considerable excitement still exisls in Memphis in consequence of the failure of this concern. Many per sons have sulfere...

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. — 22 July 1858

Love tliiu Dloth Not Love not nlone tio pny, The benuliful tho tiriil ; For youih will fnilo awny, Like ('.ny-ilrjmiH into nilii. But love tho liourt llml's pure, How plain scio'cr tho fnce ; Such lovo will lonj en.Iuro, Such love cnnnot tkbiino. Love not tilono on enrtli, Thono transient ihinpn of lilo, Who like tho rainbow's birth, Soon fude midst tdm lowy strife ; Bui lovo tho power ihut made All th tit to mnn in givuii, Whoso spirit doth pervtule Tho universal Iienven. iio it While You're Voting. Americans oro much renowned For phrases naitl or hunt.'. Anil the earliest lliinir to il.il Iron tiiuJii Is "Go it while you're young;" A man Into which the y alll obey, Ami if the truth were lolJ, Tho vast innjorily keep on A tiJ u it when they're olJ. Another phrase which often glides In music from tho lip, Ih one of fine siunilicnure An I lienuty : "Let 'er ri In the. lute panic wo have kept This inundate oVr nnd o'er, And Id cr'rip so frequently, That she can iup no momr ! An Insint...

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. — 29 July 1858

WINCHESTER BY W. J.' SLATIER. WINCHESTER, TENN., JULY 29, 1858. VOL . II NU 20. THE HOME JOURNAL. Teras of Subscription. iH ADVANCE. , W 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS.......... , . .. S GU AT THE ENDOFJIIE YEAH.. (, !) 00 Tbo following liberal tor'rai art offered to Clubs, 3 copies for ' 1 $ 6 00 6 copies for 1 8 00 10 " ... 15 00 15 . f 20 00 jgT" Subscriptions for a shorter time than ono year must bo pan in advanco. llST Single copies sold at 10 cents. SLAVERY. Mr. Editor: . It may appear a work of uuperero Ration nt this day to write on the sub ject of slavery, after so much has been said about it in the last 30 years. It would seem that our true position in the .South was fully known to us, but when wo make inquiry into ' the opin ions of southern men we find 'great diversity in sentiment iu 'respect to those features of slavery upon which the perpetuity the institution depends. I must say that I feel alarmed when I hear men of exalted position in the South declare that the institution i...

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. — 29 July 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL "PteAfed to no party's rbltrrjf away, W 'bllow truth where'er aheleodathe way." JBT W Invite a careful perusal of the communication on alavery in bur paper to-day. With the writer's sentiments we concur in the main most heartily, but with others do not. The revival of the slave trade Is a subject which is fast becoming an important topic of the day,, ami it would bo well for all to think about it. Some of our most eminent men- and able journals aro fomewAatplausibly- defend ing and suggesting a revival of the slave trade, and every day they are adding scores to their faith. Let it be a subject of thought to all. Considering the questions involved in the communication, to which we allude, as of a political nature, we propose that any one who may hold adverse opinions to those enterlainod by "A Truo South erner," shall express them through tint eolumna of our paper. We' leave the question open for discussion in our col umns, but will tako no side ourself.'pub Jishing ...

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. — 29 July 1858

H3T THE HOME JOURNAL WINCHESTER; THURSDAY. EVENING, JULY 29. Be Cibaii. Winchester baa the clior cter, abroad and at home, of being a very nice end a very heiltry to.wn. Its! situation Is at sight conclusive evidence that a person must enloy as good, if not better health here than in any other town in Tennessee or the whole South. Wo hnve the very best of air, and the very best of water. In addition to these bless - ings, let us keep a clean town. Allow no filth to accumulate in our streets, al-J ley it. or back-yards, and we guarantee that no local diseases will afflict us,! while we shall bo also proof against the inroads of foreign diseases. Now. the town of Winchester is noted for its clean appearance, yet we must ,. con fessa the olfactory nerves of a man are very diss jgrcesbly wrought upon, in certain pop ttion of. the town, by coming in contact with the exhalationa of putrifying bodies of animals and decayed vegetable matter. Such effluvium is not only unpleasant to lk nilll...

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. — 29 July 1858

TO It might allay a pang of won, To know tlmt thou nit hnppy now, That h tho long years como awl go, Tlicro'u nuuifht bu'.sumhino on thy brow; 13 til alt! pjtpcrii'iico toitolie mo Tlmt ciicli ii not thy joyous lot, That fn:h nlus! can never bo. Till nil tho puat can bo forgot. J l might cill bulk into my heart. A cense of potioo forever flown, I'lid I but fw tlitifthtiH apart, You'd liHto the joys wo once have known; But such, I know, ii not tho nicoil Of those who struggle with regret, For in the paths our forlunux loud, liicn that wo never can forgot. Ant if pomctimes a fancy wild SccM to divert our thoughts away, Tho smile to which wo are beguiled, Shows wo smile not bccaimo wo may; lint held aloof we cease to think, . Until tho breaking of the upell, When back our recreant thoughts must shrink;) To rnotiru within their gloomy cell." Tints over on from mom to night, We dream nnd wake and dream ngnin, And flowers may bloom undekios be bright, Vet all for us shall be in vain : And...

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. — 5 August 1858

THE WINCHESTER HOME JOURNAL. BY W. J. SLATTEli. Vl.iCH EST lilt, TKNN.. AUGUST. 5, 1858. VOL II, NO. :jo. Terms of Subscription. JN a D VANCE 'i 00 WI'I'HJX SIX MONTHS '4 M) AT THE 15NDOF THE YEAR.. U 00 The following liberal torma are ofl'orod to CluLs 3 copies for - $ 6 00 6 copies fur - -8 110 10 ' " ... 15 (10 15 " " - f 20 00 $5J Subscriptions for n shorter limo (hen ono your must bo paid in advance, flfiy"Sin!o copioa sold at 10 cents. bcoran expression of opinion in regard The Broken-Hearted. BV CEO, D. 1'rtEJSTK'E. Two years ago I look up my rosidonco Tor ,n few weeks in a country village in tho eaylem port of New England. Soon aficr my arrival, I become acquainted with a lovely gill, apparently about 17 years of ago. Sho had lost tho idol of her poor heart's purest love, and the .shadows of doep nnd holy memorios were resting like tho wing of death upon her brow. I fiist met her in tho presence of iho mirthful. She was indeed a creature to , be worshipped her brow was garla...

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. — 5 August 1858

1 11 E HOM K JOUUXAL "I'ii'illJO.l 10 t' ) ,s Hi'liili'iii'y MM-y, We 'ollmv tnitl) wli've'cr Mivlru.U tin' 0(." Woman's Perverted Influence, A youn. niiin, of no ordinnry promiM, unlmppily contracted luibits of iniemper anuu. Ilis excess gpron.l oiigiiisli into iho mist ra; pert iiL! (j circle. Tho enrncM und kind remonstrances of friends, how ever, ot lei zth led him to desist; nnd feel r ill.' that to drink ws to die. ho came to p solemn resolution thnt ho would abstain entirely for tho rest of his dnys. Not long after, he was invitod to dino will othei young jiersons, at tho house of o friend. Friend, did I say? Pardon; nn ho could hardly bo cajlod n friend who would deliberately placoon tho tablo be fore oiio so lately lost, now so marvel lously redeemed, tho tioacherous instru ment of his own downfall. But so it was. The wine was in their feast, lie with stood the fascination, however, until n ynijiig lady, whom ho desirod to please, Imlleiiged him to drink- lie refused. With ...

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. — 5 August 1858

THE HOME JOURNAL WINCHESTER: THURSDAY EVENING, AUG. 5. jjfiT New subscriptions to the Home Journal and moneys due the office will be recoived and rocoiptod for, during our absence, by Daviu B. Slatteh, in whose charge we havoleft those tliinge. Mr. E. A. Garland in charge of the mechani cal department. We're off. Beforo this number of the Home Jour nal roncl'es its subscribers wo shall be on our way to tlio city of New York, We shall not bo gone long, and during our short absence wo sincerely hope that nothing of a sad or badnature shall trans pire in the good town of our childhood. And we do humbly, earnestly and fer vently bospoak tho progress of our pat rons while thus we go forth among the thieves, cut-throats, hypocrites, slander ers and abolitionists that infest our great republic of the United States. The paper will visit our patrons as usual and we shall endeavor to writo a letter or two each week for its columns, in order that our whereabouts maybe known. THE PIC-NIC. As it...

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. — 5 August 1858

-4 ''sis, i' 1 .'it '.ijl i t T U E 11 0 M K J 0 II ii X A V . i 'l'lrili;i'il to mi 'iiity ii rt.jt t ii ry iivay, W o 'mlijiv li :ii v.hi'iVr H.i'I'M'.- Iiii' way, aril T:',r'.A ('.' A Van- Hutu Cam:, --'i'l. Yuri, Vino-1 el Is 'In follow !ti:r : 1 1 w ITi! ''Cjici-Mi:" V'.M1!I,; 1 1 1 ( 11 ill IlliUlV. a lew venrr iio, u ,:o 1 1 : i : , wit no ( o,i-ii'e; .! a '.i!u;:M'! iiifiliei'H which h v. ialirci lo V'll Jul" t 111' ll('l;f (it f rn.uVi hi, )!i'S' li! fellow o'.'lii.: iii-iiiai:il ;i iicr. lo join I: s :i in l he hu-i;u s -, ;umI furnish him uiih tin; lit ;t i' I'.inilal !u :;o aheml vv'ih. Ue c.iinc lu iw.w Yor!., ;iin Oiiici'ca u noil a lllu.-1 id'ollr:' a I, Uiici' , lie mi" JuillOll i colli' c ;t (1 Vi ! " ;-I : . i. U'h'i h. n.t laul . c scil I'd I hi nhinii of llni nhl f;T'ni.!oui;.ii in Alhany, who ciiiic down to iu.-qiccL ihc .'iccoiiiils ol'llui con cern. ;md lo his iiIUt con-lcriicl ion Up. (lisci)crc"J lh:il. hi jiro-li.il j;nl lior h:i'l spi'iit. ins enliic c;')i...

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. — 12 August 1858

THE W I NC HE STER H 0 M E J 0 U R N AL, BY W. J. SLATTfili. THE 110 ME JOURNAL "Pledged to no i&rty'a arbitrary wy, W follow truth whero'e r the lend the w y. Terms of Subscription v iDVANCE 00 nilN SIX MONTHS SCO IN Wl AT THE END OF THE YEAR.. 3 00 allowing liberal tormi are offorod to Clubi copies for f 8 00 copies for 8 00 f lft 00 20 0 0 jfoQ" Subscriptions for n shorter time than one year must bo paid in advance ;.-tt33ingle copios sold at 10 cents. JULIA MEETON ; OR TIIR COaVETTE PUNISHED. 'Did you not receive a little billet from me yesterday?" said Charles Gra ham to Julia Merton one winter's day. "I did." rcnlicd Julia, "but Charles, I was unfortunately engaged." "That was unfortunate, indeed,' said Charles, sorrowfully; "hut why did vou not send me an answer to that passport?" "Well, really, I forgot in season to send it by Ann when she went lo school, and you know that ?)h tiro only wav lhave to send to you; but I will - v -not forget it again," This conversation occ...

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. — 12 August 1858

i T II K HOME JOURNAL Tie diM to tin vly' arbitrary fcway, We 'oltow tnitli where'er liolindtj way," i? "r www xtMmnw,mrtnm mm raWjaitTwW mm From the Editor. Wabhinqton, D. C"! Uriitod Stole Hotel, Aug. B, 1858. J 7)rw Journal : After n littlo over two dnya nnd two nights travel, wo arrived nt this placo in trood health nnd cood points, tiri.l here we ehull sojourn until to-morrow even log, when wo fchnll inke tlio mrx for Hid timoro. Wo would liko to givo n short account of our trip thus far did wo not fear of tiring tho pntionce of tit c render of tlio Journiil. Inside wo foci nm know that gawrnlly what fecms inter cstin to tho oyo becomes insipid when doscribod by tin; pen, bo it ever so well done. However wo will ny that our route thin fur lias proven (juIio entertain ins. Al tloi!c.lt ninny would become tired of tho screaking, rolling mil jaring of tho locomotive and train, yet, to us, llierc is in it a headlong go-a-hend rush of ox dtemont which is roolly plensnnt. With a cons...

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