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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 16 June 1859

r "1 in H1 A TT1 ii Volume II I AYrJNnn:sTF,ij, tinx, juxk in, ih.v.. .Number 223. I-IOM She gomc Journal "I'lVu'it'cd lo bo Vrty' urlillniry smi), We follow Truth where'er nil li'ucls Hit wu).' A( i KNTH FOU Till: JOl'llXAI,. S. M. PiiTTINUlLLdiCO ......New York. JOHN P. HE FN Ell T J. tMJM.YllNUS JOHM li. RHODES C. A. HUNT L. I. fJILDERSbEEVE, A. M. TEN 1SON ci. W. N.STOVALI . . .Wiiichontor. Fulliilioiua Kl.elbyville. Salem. .... Fuyeitcvillo. Nitshvillo, (ireciwlMirn, A In. lliaf Subscriptions for a shorter time than one year must bo paid in advnuco. r.-T I ........ fl , n ..I..L e i.Kciri.liinlie kt IIUIUUIIUI IIU L1UII BmMlli'iivii" at less ilinii tho regular price ($'.!) will be received. However, when n cluli of five subscribers is sent us, wo will allow mi cxiru copy gratis lo the getter-up of (ho cluli. JWuyisinnle copies sold at 10 cents. Xfta)" When credit for the pnpur ispiv. en to tho end of llie year threu dollars will lie incariall'J charged. Postmasters throughout t...

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. — 16 June 1859

r 1 J hm si I: li fi to v. npjxirtnJ, Ix'lifiviii;.,' I J j n 1 1 - to ho sound Tid fnnsrrvttlvv, rind a.s cxjiciicnod . .. jnwn. (lif Itcnf (;u -irnnly of piod ;vcrimiciif. mid n iro)rrini-i and i: o n c 1. 1; K ( o i. . j "or fi'iir of IiHikc (ircMunn to you, . 1 .)V declined Illillilllltf I" iin.V "Ui- , r of Stfife policy tlian tlint nf Currency, l!ioj)revniinj question, uv.'cn liowffvrr, tlcit there arc others t.o:h of n local and genr-rnl nature, tint will drtmnnd thf. s.iriojs nttcn- oi vonr IjC-imhtitc i'nu will please, Oentlerar'n, consult r,ur mil pood The Public Intern, l'i sidrctintj an nyont to Ic'iilafe loryoujnnd tdintild J bit your choice, t'le'besl pledge I fan oiler for the 1 lithfid discharge of tiio duties that in ay devolve on i:m, ara sameness of interest, my lrihits of life and p.-ist eomlu'jf lor wunj years iunmr you. - it !t s .'iifiineiils ol high esleein 1; , , ,. ...I , ........in ! have, tin- honor o remain. Vosir ol;e Jim! x.-rv.'itit, J. U. SLATTEIl HZ...

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. — 16 June 1859

sV- I-"-""'.V' ' " -ft- .. . . She toiMC pleural Oar paper is considerably l;liiul time this week, but wo could not help it. We have Imfii niclt for a week, barely able to keep up, nnd nnythin cl.se tlmn in good niriis. Liko nil tithrr pernons, wo find tlm liuiivm beurl bubjuotto depressions of Ming, without any real cnuse, and incapa ble of beinj,' forever blithesome. Wo might have thrown together our paper in comnioii stjle nnd got it out on the regular day of publication, but we havp, too much pride, and too much regard for the judgment of our readers, to issue any but a goad num ber, even if a little late, A good one or none at all. We attended, last week, the debate on the Cuba question between the scholars of Messrs. Syler, Warner ami Peterson, teachers in the. Carrick Academy. The. disputants were Jo seph I'Vancus Thos. Alexander, John Francis, M. C. Forbes, Cirorgo Corn nnd Marion Ueunelt. F.ach one ar gued his point in a clear and forcible manner, and several of them showed...

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. — 16 June 1859

'i'-i ) .1 " Tin: Voii.H or tin: VViu.no I loom.):.-- . iiuml u ii f! iuiin;r sermon with tin , ... iKtiillcri.t jn!rnti:ou; '.My li fining iiml :i-:l' i'ii! (I i ... .i.'n full ol'ivlw-ii y'i ""'' i-l.i Tlii'i'o wn 'li'! 'I'1''-'" (. ilirrti, th-y put Vm in " '"''y ),,,. il...ir Iii.ihN! Ail tl... m w..h .Mm llm llvaiigi'l'if; limy put l.im- uii I wlici'n 'l i'U'i tiiiuk, l.i'i'llinii 1 .1,,,,. . 1 1 1 Win . tliev I.t !,. ,.C l.ii;!,' il... ' lilt. I. .Ml III'" ..,, W.,1". . , , 1 1 11 ..:..!.. 1 :. .11,1, .lllll lllltlll Illlll Ull lll(.M.I, mi'l 11. ..ii. 11 1, fur 11 his shell! Ami llmi'i Wj.s J J:iu .1; lin y put l.ini in 11 lion's den mul wl.rtt. mv I't-llo'.v Iravclcis, mi' .s1)(.,t,-(i nu.iitori.-K. i m '''. I::' ; uns put into 11 lion's i.'cri for? 1 f'oi- piuyin' tl.ic-i! limw it ll:,y- 1 : In uluriimil, hretliriiii? nml hUti-rii, I .l.ii.'uliinl,- uny of iuii ui.l iwi- "a t ; iiUonUioii' l.-.,!-y.i -V ; S1.111; ('i n:: 1 .v 'i i.hn. 'I'a'iif ;i i t.iiit'rt-i.iiiim.M s..i'...

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 June 1859

i w r jU Ft e- ;1 Volume iH. Hit jmt jiitiil, U yNV .J . HI 'AT'1.' 13 R "PkJmd lo gii rnry rbltrar)' uniiy, We follow rrulh berf'erhf lead the way.' BS3" Subscriptions for a shorter time than onn year must be paid in advance, gSjf Herooftor no club subscriptions jt Ikss limn the reeulnr nrice (&,!) will , - u i .... be received. However, when a club of five subscribers is sent us, we will allow an extra copy gratis to the (,'cttor-up of the club. j&jySinule copios sold at 10 cents. fd" When crudit for tho paper is giv en lo tho end of I he year threo dollars will be invariably charged. Postmasters throughout the country will do us a fuvor, as well as bo doing their tuty, to iiilonn us when a subscriber re fuses his paper, or when the pn per lies dead at iheir oflice. Clubbing. We will supply cither Harper's Miigriasine, or Gruhtim'ii, or Go (ley's and tho Hnnio Journal, one year, for Tour dollars. Arthur's Homo Magazine, or Peterson's, and the Home Journal, one .year, for 3...

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 June 1859

fill! criYMr SrtlM'tnt Z gfVHHIWW . JJV W. .J. Hl.A'l 'l iO It. 'i'ldlKcd lo no rally's iirlillrur)' sauy, We fulluw fralli itliiiri'iriilif) IraiMtie trio,' TUU Ji'l'HOi'EAN WAii. Tliis is t.'to all aLsoihiiig theme of iwnversation, now, in (lijdonrtiie, j Jllienl, cmnmcrcUl and litrrnry cir clc, 01' course, hero in Tennessee, we have u little excitement in reffurd To ilio eleciion for Governor, mid Con yrcMnicii, nnd in cur county, tl.u ex citement untidily incident lo loc;il tdi'ulions hut thn t!i(!init ia the u:m: Wliut will ho it result!" is :i (juoh ijon Iicui'd on in:tiiy sidfn, iiinl jeeciv inej n, imy finswers, but it is not in the jio'.vcr of iirtn to respond with ;my li'jr'u o! accuracy, nor do more than hazard n nudum ;ucs;. And the War aflord.s a very lood topic of con viTHiition, and n wry '.;ood 01111 lor i ! ilora, especially dining ibis hot weii'li r just now upon us. And wc nnlly t.fhevc that a weekly iiriide nlioul the war would interest our renders ns much as any...

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 June 1859

1 " - 1 ... .a. jla r ' r'.-kmwmiu..,. pV-T Tin fUBUSIIEU EVERY THURSDAY EVENINO AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. Last week we stated that sickness had kept us from attending any of the examinations that came off in our town, and stated also that we would open our columns to any one who tniitht cive us a communication in re gard to the same. " A Visitor" writes us a communication in regard to the Mary Sharp, for which, vide mother column. As the closing exercises of the Winchester Female Seminary did not come off till Friday night, we were able by that time to be present, and if not so pressed for room this week, we should give a lengthy no tico of the same. The compositions read were very good, and the addres ses of Misses Mollie Frizzell and Sal ly Colyar, upon the reception of diplo anas as graduates of the Institution, were indeed beautiful and well read. Dr. A.J. Baird delivered a short ad dress, and, of course, it was good. Dr. B. is a fine speaker has a pleas ant delivery, ami never...

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 June 1859

V- m in if I i i. ,ui i;'rs I'Oii i'jii; .joiiknai,. , . )i. ri;rj'iM;n.,&. t;u....iw Vnrii. ' I.V I. IIEFNUII WiiiHinmor. v J, cij.m.wixc's ruiiiiiioiim1 . ilV JI. IMIOilliii, Nliolbyville, i a. iii;.t (-'hIimii. i. (;n,nKi;.s(.i;iiVK rnvfin'viiv. a, m. ti;:v'ish:v ntnvii.it . V. , M oVAU.. I irceiflioro, A In, AI(si iii'(m's lo lovu ivli.it liintiinr is in ilui ntn.'y ii lilt If fl'multiles it, Imi U flllSlllH'lin) is lilllll. Women I'u. t!t( r in lnu' iltan men, ml ii.t.'ii (Hil.iti'iji llicin ill It icinlsJiiji, !X y4 1'Vow our New Yuik rx'linii- i-t ivc li'lil'll llilll llm fit'rili(tll its to ulnit iiinninr Atnencim mliiiei it would Iki ii.Ti'Cli'i! Ity lln- win, hliiinl ...milium. UN, !.... ....... (',,11., ,11 ..,! I'V lliu iiicfcliniilri ol' tint) ciiy, Tin' opinion is fiifr.'t I ririioii;' tlmm llml ii uni.lil liciM lit our lipj'iiur .'mil i; i",'.; Ir;i'!c, helji Im'iid.-ii nil's mi'J J'f.i ". i; ions, wliilo COlloll, fo SOIIil! (Mi'lil. j v, till lii! iiijnrcil Ity i...

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. — 30 June 1859

-1 ins H t rv : m::jmm t - a sm a (w ic'J il Volume III. Ifro'prietorev Manufacturers, of ; Stationary tem Enjlnei A Portable Engines of any size reauired. Mining Machinery and Blast Cylinders or largest size, ,-. Mulay.Sash and Circular Saw Mill Machinery. of everydeser'ption, and all" kinds' of Will Machinery, i t j j y i, . i Portable Saw Mills', ' '. ' ' Hotchkiss and Eclipse WATER WHEELS, .SUGAR MILLS AND : KETTLES,' MX kinds of Water Pipes, Purhps, Pump CASTINGS, CarWheels, Frogs, Switches, and Switch Stands, and all kinds ftf Railroad atinff and Brass Catting) f .. Horsepo wers, Threshing Machines Forg ing of every- description,. Bridge iBoltj.'Ansle) Blocks, and Wa alio manufacture Clarke's superjor 4 ij J-KAefl and Corn Mills, $ - . set up in frame all ready for running. We keep qn hand French,. Bur, Esopus end Cologne MILL STONES, to which we call the attention of Millers. JJ7 Particular attention paid to the repairs of locomotive and cars. -, . The highest 'cash prices wi...

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. — 30 June 1859

BsisWSRH t Ite glome .gfltviuL BY W. J. HI.ATTEB. "ri44 lo forty's arMtrarf saw, W fbilew Traik wtarfirttw leftists Mr.' A WORD TO GENTLEMEN. If men dislike coquetry, why do tby nooartf e It f Why do they of. tan bars) Mnsibla well-informed wo nsD to play "wallflower," while they talk nonsense to some brainless doll, who can only ogle, sigh and aim perf It appears to us tha.t men are to blama for most of the faults of wo roon. We always regret to he?. a man who has matrimonial Views say of a girl, she don't ver; much, but she li amiable, has a pretty face, and after all, ff I mti society, It li ensy enough to tlr.d it anywhere. A man has no right to marry a woman with Intentions so widely diverse from those he professes to entertain, when he vows to be a husband I he is res ponsibly blame-worthy for the conse quences that result from such an act ; brsido, it is a very mistaken notion some men seem to have, that a fool is easily managed s there is no descrip tion of animal so difficu...

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. — 30 June 1859

rUDLISHKU tVBHT TUURSIMT VBNIMO AT TWO POLL AM HI ANNUM. EDITIN07 , A ne wip-per editor, in the tonnage ment of hU journal, remludi us very much of a landlord who ha to pre pare hli table with edible to suit the tastes of a large number of boarders. One boarder likes this sort of a dish, while another, boarder likes that. One boarder wants his food filed up in this style, while his comrade pre fers altogether a different style. So the editor, in catering to suit the intellectual tastes of hundreds and thousands of persons, must cater for opinions as various as the changing colors of the Kaliedoscope. To use the language of a European brother of the quill, the editor, like a generous host, invites the publio to "pitch in," each to the dislt he prefers without prejudice to the liking or antipathies of his neighbors. Here U fare, .solid and substantial, as well as little entrements and "made-dibhes," confection and trifles, all served up with first rate plates. And that our table is no...

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. — 30 June 1859

' V ;j -m Hiotire to American credit, and it fact which doct great honor to Amer loan merchants dealing la" Europe, la mentiotxid in a London letter to tho AW York Expresi. ' I( i In effect tbat not t piece of American mercan- tile paper, Jttid over at the Hank of Englnnd, dtirlng tho late panic, now rtjmaln,arpnpajd... . . . . . , HerHnry Wood, now' in China, wrjtei to Ihe N, H. Patriot that a la orln; rnfla J? th" Interior of China can live iwnifortttbiy on food . oosting one cant per day., When you hear an editor say 'what is vonr hurry? keep your seat,' ho means clear out as soon its possible. An " Attaciimbnt."" Madnm, has your piano an Jolian attachinnnt V nuked Sam the other night, of the wife vf a man who appeared to Jive fully up to, If not beyond his means. " lush 1" whispered Soth in his car, It has a sheriff's attachment." Sum dropped the subject. JVotipe. We don't dun the subscri bers of the Journal through its col umns. It's a practice wc don't likn tliat ol'boiiti(?a ...

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. — 7 July 1859

i . THE HOME JOURNAL. Volume , III, . CHATTANOOGA FOUNDRY AND . Machine Works. . Webutcr 4 Jflaun, Proprietor!, and Manufacturers of Stationary Strain Engines & Boilers, Portable Engines or any size required, Mining Machinery and Blast Cylinders ; of largest size, Mulay.Sash and Circular Saw Mill Machinery, of every description, and all kinds of Mill Machinery, Portable Saw Mills, jHotchkiss and Eclipse WATER WHEELS, jSUGAR MILLS AND SETTLES AllkuJtls of Water. Pipes',. Pumps, Pump CarWheels, Frogs, Switches, and Switch Stands, and all kinds of UaHroad Castings and Hrass Casting. Jlorsi Pwers Threshing Machines Forc ings o,' vcr description, Bridge Qlts, An;.'8 Blocks, and CAR B0l5. Wo also manufacture Clarke's superior Wheal and Corn Milh, set up In frame all ready for running. We keep on hand French, Hur, Esopus end Cologne MILL STONES, to which wo rail the attention of Millers. Particular attention paid to the repairs of locomotive and cars. The highest cash prices will be pa...

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. — 7 July 1859

She iomc $wnl "VhUfi la ttrtr't srlillrarir '. fWlow truth whfre'crnhc Imdklhe wnr.' run inews. TJio rimy iVo.n E Ji-opo teems to I" niiprojMtiou from Austrln. Worsted jrt,jn in somo slmrj fngngr-mcr'.i.s, her forces apptmr to lie in full n-irent irom Sardinia territory, Driven en tirfly within tho LmulmvA territory, it will I extremely difficult for lliu Allies to oltaclc her with atl vantue. J5y all military accounts, tho position Is one of tho strongest possible, nnd jind one which will require u greut unny, rtiiit military genius, tinl ter riblc figliing lo force. There wil he n tcrriblo Imtile before the allies get to 3liluu;but there is a very 'geiier"! be lief that they will get there, mid t hut Austria will he sooner or iMer, dtiv en out of Italy, unless slje. ngrer-H, un der the pressure of great ndvcisily, uiul eon.st rained by the moral force nl European opinion, to retire voluntari ly from the positions which have ninth her to odious. Only some eventuali ties, which iiii...

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. — 7 July 1859

af "ST!! !m.m f.-iii, i.i.,V f tUDMBMEO EVKBV THURSDAY UVBSHNO Ati TWO DOIifiARS PK ANNUM. THE BARBECUE. Tha Bttrbeoue last Tupudty nt Elk Uivcr In this county, wu a well-got-tn up hfl'air, and pwwoil olTtotho aut faction of hII present, we believe. -Bittoem itccident occurred, tlint of wagon turning over nml fulling upon a woman. For awhile she whs. thought to ba dangerously hurt, but in an hour or two wo were glud to see her sitting up and apparently well. Her relations wtye there to take especial care of her. , ' As to tha programme of the day, we cannot give it, even had we room or time. We are compelled to throw out other matter from our columns, in mnli-r to admit even this short notice. 'Suffice it to say that Mr. Knight read I h order of I he day. whereupon llev. Mr I'ayne read the D -claration of In -dependence, then followed a nice ml (liens by our rising voting friend, J N. .MoCtiichrin, tlx n anoiher by .Mr. 'Uniiipioii, and, laslly, one by llev -"Mr. Holt. All of tlicm ...

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. — 7 July 1859

i AUK.MTN !'( It THE JOVllNAl,. M. FaTINOILL& CO.,, ...New York. VVMN P. HEFTIER, winciiwrpr; r j. cuMMiNna... ru unom- .Sholbvrill. ' A. HUNT v A. HUNT '..'J. talent, J. GrLDERSM&yfi Fayeticville, A. M. TfcSlsuiv. . Naalivillo. Urcensboto, Ala IK . .oivi Tub IliAsox.-O.tB or iMcAIiUinu JJssr, Visitors from abroad at the Washington Iote,ln Vicbburjr, (laj-a t!io Whig) are 'fluently much ur prised, lis well ns nniusod, at tlie Imbit of i'bc worthy InndlorJ, Gen. McMn kin, In repealing aloud bis bill of fare, pnq of lht .'ties at that house soino UtHOiine naked the General the. rea son for so doing. ! will tell you," says McMakin, "when I kept bold in Jackson, there- were so many mem ber of the Legislature who couldn't r? n&tbal bnd to shout it out fur their accommodation, aiid I have not been able to break myself of the habit since." According to a recent writer in an nngli&li pHper, dissipation u incrrns ing to a fearful extent at the Knglisli Universities The "smoki...

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. — 14 July 1859

1 riXlIiai , v.'.X- TH T1 HOME 7 OURNA H A 9 UT1 Volume III. CHATTANOOGA FOUNDRY AND Machine Works. Webster A" ?, Proprietors, and Manufacturers of Stationary Steam ItagincN JL IIoilci'M, Portable Engines of any size required, Mining Machinery and Blast Cylinders of largest size, Mulay.Snsh and Circular Saw Mill Machinery. of every description, and all kinds of Mill Machinery, Portablo Saw Mills, Hotchkis and Eclipso WATER WHEELS, .SUGAR MILLS AND KETTLES, All kinds of Water Pipes, Pumps, Tump CASTINGS, Car Wheels, Frogs, Switches, and Switch Stands, and all kinds of ltailroad Casting and Kvnss JHor.se Powers, Threshing Machines Forg ings of every description, Bridge Bolts, Anglo Blocks, and CAR BOLTS. Wo alsoinnnufacturo Clarke's superior Wheat ami Cum Mills, Litt up in frame all ready for running. We keep on hand French, Bur, Esopus nnd ilgno M1LL STONES, to which we call ,'He attention of Millers. gT" pai'ticular attention paid to the repairs of loco.'"'" ?nd CD"; , The highest e...

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. — 14 July 1859

1 ,' yj .1 v : ?l t Wo fallow rrul t hrrcVr fclir IfiuMlif inn,' ' ClIOOSB TUB Ku.N.NY tSIKB V Tllli Stobbt. A fico cxposurn to the liijht, and to llio sur' influouco, hn a Krmit effect in diminishing iho lendency to dinwuii!. The nuniiy sldo of the Ktrcot khould nl'.viiys bo clmsi.'ii ns a rcsi deuce, from itn superior healthiness. U hnbou found, In publio building, that thoso are always tb most healthy which aro tho lightest and bunniest. In soma barrricl;s in Kossiii it was found that, in a wins: whom no nun penotratud, then; occurred llireo casoH of sickness for every tdngh' citsu which happened on that side ol the bnildtngcxposed to llio .van's ray'n. All other cireunistance.s wero cipiul--midi as veiilillation, size o!" apart inenls, number of inmates, diet, iV so dial no other 01100. fur this dis proportion seemed to exist. In the Julian cities this practical hint i-i well known. Malaria seldom attacks I he set of np.irUM'iit.s or house.', which arc open to the mil, while on ...

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. — 14 July 1859

?n'HvVtt.Tl "" ' I'UIILISIIEO BVEHV THUKHUAV BVENINO AT TWO DOI.hAltU PJ!R ANNUM. We oro authorized to announce R. F. Sims a candidnto for County Couri Clerk syho next March election, We aro authorized to oniiounco John G. Enochs a cnndiiliila Tor County Court Clerk o,FfnnlIiTi County, at the 'March elvotloii, 1800. MILITARY. We aro glnd to sco tho chivalrous young men of Winchester and vicini ty moving in tho lutuliblo enterprise of organizing a company of fight in fantry. Sinoo the uboliiion of the law compelling tho periodical assembling of our malitiu for drilling purposes, it is highly important that kucIi compa nies be formed to keep alivo the sci ence that is rnaslcr of all sciences tho science which pulls down Thrones upon the beads of Tyrants, and gives liberty lo. (hose Nations that have a right appreciation ofits blessings. We therefore hail with true pride tho effort now making to establish i;i our midst a school for training our own young Americans in this ino.st liiaut...

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. — 14 July 1859

G U i i i n if j5 In liM!innt io lio uTonn, (iNjicciitily when your iwi'iifliflnrt In wit Ji you. .- -..--. Acflordin,? to tbo articlos of war, it dfiilli to Mo n cannon,, ball. Wiy uro blacksmith rho most (lis ronlciicltiJ of tridi'siiiun. U'causo llicy tiro uUvnya ' I'm strike Vljiit la tliuf. wliioli tvn'y ono cn.it dividi'i Ij u t no ono enn sec wliero it ljllS ll'tU Jivtlrd? WttlltP. , . .. - . The. old l'o;.'y who jiokrd Un Ii'd from iioliiwl tho tinii's," hud it l;iio(;lu'd .soundly I y u p.-i.-sin ovmt. "Men ILittcr hoaiiliful woini'ii, nnd adinii'o intellectual womfiii, but useful women they love." ,. -- Paul .Moi pliy is gifted with nn ex traordinary memory. After he jilnys a frarno 1ns can cull over every move he made in it. A nveeti customer lately inquiring for letters at an eastern po.st olliee. v.tu told there was none ; upon which ho Bsked if them was not another post ollico in tlio town ? . - Leave your grievances, as Napo leon did his letters, unopened for three we...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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