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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 16 June 1866

1"J,;t'l''''"", t-..v i'; . rvrtvrrtWvrr?"W' ! ill HOME JOURNAL. Ti:iimh. Three (lulling pi riiiiniini, Invii. rlably In advance ; Six months. I wo dol lars ; three Iliniit hs. Olic dollar lllld t .Weill y 11 vo cents. No s.ibscribtioii received for a lt'SS tllllll till'I'C! IIIUIllllS, JlatiH of Adrertii-tn;. Advertisement1. Inserted nt 1 fid per Bquiii'i! of ten linen (lirevicr size.) llrst In ner! Ion, and 7." centt fur each Mibseip.cnl Insertion, One column, one year, ... - f;l:i," on kIx months, ... 7."i (i0 . i. th ivu .... 51) Hiilf I'oIiiiiiii. one year. - ... 7"i HI ' hK months, - three ' Fourth column, one year. his mouth.', - .1 t,'('(. . - One. square, one year. - ' fX J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r-. - 11 tlll'CI! " - - . - .1.1 00 :in on - - 'III 1)0 - '5) (1(1 - - no - - I.' no . - in no - - 7 Til) ti"AII f'O'ein advcrti-crs mint pay In iidvunee, p will he useless to send ndvcr-ti-cliiciil withlherciplc-t to "puhll.di mill send hill.'' 1'atenl. ineiliciue. inaniifiictu rvra ni.T-f...

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. — 23 June 1866

OURNAL HOME i . Volume VI. HOME JOURNAL, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY W. J. SLATTEB Ac CO., W. J. BLATTER. ' H. DCM.N. For Terms, Xc, tee Fourth I'age. Reading Matter on Every J'age. Changes of Pursuits. Everybody is apt to imagine some body else's occupation easier than his own to think his neighbor's "lot" luckier than his to be tempted to rob him of it, perhaps, by supplantation. This spirit of discontent is very unfor tunate. It is worse. It is wicked as well as weak. As such it should be striven against with a hearty and firmly-pronounced, "Get tbee behind, me, Satan!" The very entertainment of the thought is enervating paralysing destructive of all that is worthy of the name of "success" in the present business of the entertainer. To ac complish anything, beyond what the common run of business or profession al men perform, requires the utmost concentration of the mind on the mat ter in hand. There is no room, in the thoughts, for repinings over the mis fortunes of one's lot, or...

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. — 23 June 1866

-"arTpzu:-".T. . ra-. 1 u .1 PNiiiWiiJiwLf n'M . , , mi t. j - - . ..-r--,,. " ..I v. v.;,.-" 'v I f - 1 " - i k : ' ' I i I I I IIMWM will " - .mmmm - - :trwwwffj . 7f " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 0 if ' ft I GoV6 'wide , 1 Tr. V'1V;! Hp WiWW. I r I I I I ? l A I i JJ m"k. We see, "iv.mii our CX-! Jt! J J changes, thatw load of w. .i. Ki,.rri;i!. Fumm. Ax otcliMi'rtjNiiys : "If t!i! prc.v.iil Jiiii.ip Collin ss is held Id l;c a lawful iHscnililMjjo, then Iimm n death-blow hern already dealt at wind c-oiiHt itutt-s true American llcpiililioiiiiisiu." Mo;.t us Hiirctlly. lint it is not n lawful Con gress, and, according to our belief, fmndod uion Uig opinions of men -learned in law ami tlm Constitution, every act of tlic so-called Congress at Washington in Mogul. Hut,, without going into the whys nnd wherefore! of this imrrlioii, the question arises: Have we(a Kepii'ilie? Wc answer, !No. m licit fin we l'avc lieanl Stale Kiglits (ilttmtn!, at iiuoitilur am the (loctiine Iuih liceome, even vi!!i...

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. — 23 June 1866

lti:iKKSCXTATl VIS O AKUET T. AVlint Ho Says About the PrcsH and TInien."-A Union Soulier Upon the Itmlk-nl Skulkers. Cabthaok, Teim, Juno lOtli. Editors Nashville Banner s I luul hoped that I would not foci called upon again to defend myself be fore tlio public, through tho columns of the newspapers ; but, seeing tluil there is no end to the slanders unci falshoods profusely put forth through tho columns of that infamous, lying sheet, the l'ress and Times, I beg leave to have published in your paper the following statement of facts, of which I challenge investigation. THE I'BliSS AXD TIME3. First, the Prrss and Times charges that ex-Senator Bowen, who was duct ed as a Union man to the Senate from the Carlliagc District, on the general ticket, and Representative Garret, who gained a temporary notaricty by his association with the Bolters, and who afterwards went over to the Copper heads, have both been promised the ollice of Assessor of Internal Revenue in their respective districts...

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. — 23 June 1866

. . . ! ,ii w--Ty;rr -w cm-'-''1," "'WWirewi' Viewer V'jiJsmUTrBWTI 4 HOME JOURNAL. Tkimi8. Three dollars pet-annum. Inva riably In advance; Six months. twodnl jars;' three months, one dollar and I w ent -live cents. No subserilitum received I'm' u lt'SH period tlltlll tlir0 UlOUtllS. Rules of Adiwrlinliig. Advertisement Inserted at fl 50 per so,uareof ten lines (brevier sl.e,) tlivt In sertion, und 75 cents for each Hiili.-iciucnt Insertion. One column, one year. ... - flA'i (Hi six months, ... 75 i. three " .... 50 no Half column, one year. - - - 75 (to ' six months, .... 15 (Mi ti u three ' .... .'lit no Fourth column, out- year, - - 40 (Hi six inont.li!, .... 'J5 (Hi " throe " 15 (Ht Ono square, ows year. .... - 15 (Hi ix iiiontlis. . - 1(1 (Hi i. ' t three " 7 51) CT All foreign advertisers must my in advance. It w ill he useless to send adver tisements wit lithe request to "publish and tend hill." Talent mediidiie manufactu rers must, pay aci uriiiiifi to piihli.iiicil rales, ...

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 1866

vr,-' Vl.i 4 - . ' ...,. .... trr'-. - , . Winchester, tenx., june 30, isgg. numueb so I Volume VI.'-' r. --f a i . :- - - ; ' -' - , Mtr " .. ' 1 ( 7" HOME JOURNAL, lMULIitll'iiD KVEUY BATUKDAT JBT . 1 1 I vu flliV T. HLATTRH & CO., i ;a : J, S1.ATTKR. Cuil ; H. H. DCLIN. for Tennt, dc., nee Fourth Page, j Beuttiif Matter Evertf Page. PK1SON LIFE OF MIC DAVIS. ji!T Lieut-Col.- John J. Craven,' M. D., ' lato surgeon of; tiip Uite4.Statcs vol unteers, and. for manyv mouths physt to President Davis, has just issued a in New York a volume on the "Prison Life of Mr. Davis"' at Fortress Mon- 'ifoe.'- Wo make' this .'extract from tho work: "., ' i : ; ' ' lik now mil DAVIS WAS PCT IN IRONS. On tfirt inni-nJnir of the 23(1 of May, "'jetVcrson Duvis was shackled. ... 1 Captain Jerome B. Titlow, of the 3d Pennsylvania 'Artillery, entered the prisoner's cell, followed by the black smith of the fort and Jiia assistant, the . latter carrying-in his haiid some heavy And harshly-rattling shac...

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 1866

1 ?mrrfr-rr 'I t X if I i MKT,"' .HOME .JOURNAL. v.'. ,i. .. ATI i i.j ion. s.Tn:i)y mm jini; siiTiT I Kill Hurler's Weekly. Our clover friend. Monsieur A. Jour dan, often obliges us by pluciny: on on table papers and periodicals with v!ii'! we do not exchange. Sometimes le have us a 'copy of Harper's Weekly Y e hope, however, he Ihids poor k:i. i'or this publication; not that we ob jet to his keeping such bLu.T on hand fir tli o merchant Imyi good very ol ten to Kiiit tlie t:Ht-s ol' his eiiitoiner We know tliere is not a magnanimous or charitable man North or South win has a taste for Harper's Weekly. The number before m is dated Juu 30th. We Intended to give a descrip ti m of two huge pictiren in It, but (inii ourself saved this labor by the editor o the Nashville Press and 'l ime;-, whiol. journal is, of course, delighted at tin (dander perpetrated upon theSoutli ami the eontentptible abu ,e heaped upon i. noble patriot rendered helpless by tl.e fortunes of war, vvhieh have neve...

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 1866

U4 - . . 1 " ' ' 4- THIS : TRUTH ' OP ' HISTORY' JoiTervon DiivIV Account 9 Hii Caitttijre. .' -yV' ; ' T!io Petticoat Story Fin ally Ex- . ,. llotlC(l. .., -t; Extrae t from the Prison Diary ofConver Fiitloiii with .Iclfewm DavK'by' the Post Surgeon, Dr. Craven. .: ! DAVIS OJt 1118 CArmiE. ' On Joavtngf ltlehmond ho lirt wont to Danvillo, because it was intended that Leo.fc.houM have moved in that direction, fulling bnokto mnke a Junc tion with JqUiusoii's force in the direc-. tion of Iionnoke river. Grant, howev- . c r, pressed furvyjud so ni'idlyr nnd Bwuna ho ''fur around that Lee with obliged to vet rent in the .direction ol -Lynchburg with hut main force, while his vanguard, which arrived nt Dun vllle, insisted on falling hack nnd inn king the rull.ving point at Charlotte, North Carolina. 1 ' In Danville, Sir. Davis learned ol Lees surrender. Immediately he started for Uoldslioro, where he met nnd had n consultation with General J.diuson, induce going on south. At Lexington li...

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 1866

v. i ft ,1; i; iV 4 - fcgroest ,1 u i HOjtEOUHNATT. Tih.ms. Three clulliirs pwannum. Inva riably in advance, ; Six months, two dol lar;' three months mmi dollar and twenty live emits. No subscrllilion received for less period Ll in ii three otoliths. Jl a Ua, V A lwvi Mn i. Advertisement Inserted nt $1 no per winare ol ten linear (brevier him,) hrst in sert ion. Hnd 76 cents for cm-lr rnhNdpient insertion. One column, one, year, . , - .' -. $126 00 " " ' idx months, - - - 7."i no " ' three - ,W IID . ' 75 II" 4.1 (HI :in mi 10 11 . ':, ii - Ift (Ml Ilulf eohiiriii, one year. - - , " " IllUlltllS, - ,.1 I. I,,.,,,. .. . . Fourth column, one year, - ; " six months - - " thn."! " - 'One square, one year, - -" six months. - .i ii i life - - - I.") W Id lid - 7 00 t foreign advert iters nma pay lu advance. It will he 1 1 -1 -i - lo semi adver tlseinenl" u ilh the reiii' -t In inihli-h mid fend hill." Patent i1i' fli' iiK- iiiaimf.ictu rers ntti -rt pay :io'-oi-'liiiK to puhliriicdrati-R....

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 1866

5' "t. -. t ' i. 1 '' ' ' :(K AL. Volume VI. WINCHESTER, TENS., JULY 7, 1800. Number 21. -0 HOME JOUJ 1 HOME JOURNAL, PUBLISHED EVERT SATUBDAT BY VT. JT. SLATTEH & CO., W. J. BI.ATTEO. H. H. DUMX. For Terms, .Cc, set Fourth Fage, Heading Matter on Every Fage. Extract from the Speech of the Hon. L. H. Rousseau, of Ken tucky, in the United States House of Representatives, June 11th, WOO. From tbe Congressional Globe. ' ; t "I Mr. Rousseau had charged . and . proved thut the doctrine of secession originated in Massachusetts, under the lead of Josiah Quincy and John Quia cy Adams. The Southern people at tempted to curry out this doctrine. The superior power of the North put us down, and it was not right that those who taught the doctrine should insist upon too much castigation of others for well learning what they so well taught. And yet Massachusetts was swift to abuse the South for opinions held by the leading men of her own Mr. Rousseau proceeded to denounce tliis self-righteous ...

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 1866

HOME JOURNAL. Editor. . Dr. lJui' onh's oil well otf'TWli ym-Ui -uuout K-ci deep pros . poeti fti'.'')iii'a,".iii'' . M The doctors rono ri JjliV U-fii lit, ff t!ie . country as b-iiug tminenil-y t qaisfw.tory. to tieynWe.- ' ; :'-'.''' '. '; The ' Aericuitiiral nrciui no i,stti: mates the eombig nli'caf crop at three-. f"'irt'i:yif tlic annual 1 I ti - Opii'i. Sl'vlnmn and Fiillcrton, now in Sen prlcfiii i,' report a fair in Mis- t, f.lsiBippi less . hopeful tliiiii in nil other Stale thev have x ihIIcI. ' i p ji . ..i j C'ovcruur i'atlon, of .AlidaiMivi. in I ; Qtiinc.vv III., tho guewt of (Jen. Ningle- ton. .' IIo is soliciting eotitriluirions of corn for the suTtf-ing people of hh: Str.t;;. Janif;s W. Diiiican, .".tc'of the Conned '. .' . , -' .?...' i .. i cr.ri; r.ruiy, lino 01 lie; -iiii'iv,! touv kic I'rison, recently tiled by il. military fo:iiinis.ion id;1 Savannah, 'Oa., has Vieen Hcntctice'd to be routined; at Lard li bor f r fifteen year t'( Fort l'njji.ski. for iiiiird...

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 1866

rf.v nBaii-im-i-TT-aaj Tlie'Itoiiss'eati6riuueli' Affair.1 From the Louisville 1'ourfer .;.','' 'L?i I ;., The allair ut Washington the other day, in which the lleveioad . Al,ol'ton' U Grinm-U was sol justly punished by Hon. L. II. llouaseau. the Representa. tiye from this DUtriot, has excited gen eral remark, tlirju-houtj the country. Ia order that our ruaiett may sob Bow " it U regarded by Uteyafipu. newspa pers,' we copy sowe.oi'the notices we - liaverit'eu:--.; '' h,il-u,, ;i From the .Chicago Times. --', . The eauing of Grinui.ll, of Iowh, by Gen. Rousseau, of Kentucky, fill , ex cite" a variety of oinotfons mid conclu sions. S;)ine people will regret that the cane of the latter pa ve out so early .in the. !peittti;n... The,i'e are others who will be sorry that he did not use toe toe of ins loot to supply tbe-"plrtbe ,, -of the broken "caneJ Thofe will' .possi bly be a very few who wilt regret that the. atl'ruy has had tm. qxwtauee. i , Li hotels, on the streets, in office, , p...

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 1866

v r if ! i 'if HOME JOURNAL. Trims. ThriM! dollars iicriiiinum. Inva riably In advance; Six mouths, two dn. lurw ; three, months, otic dollar and twcnt y 11 vc cents. No milccrllilloii received fur it less H'rl')il tlmn three months, Hates of Advertising. Advnrt.tufMiicntM Inserted lit $1 f0 per n,uarcof ten lines (brevier size,) llrt irj icrtion, and 75 cents lor each Hiibnciiicnt Insertion. One column, one voor, - $1W (H " kIx months, - - 7.1 no " " three " ' - - - Ml 'Hi Half column, one vciir. - - - 7.100 ' six n'mnllis, .... .li 00 " throw " .... .'Hi oo Fourth column, one yciir, - - -1000,, ' " - hIx mniillis, - - 25 00 three " - - - li 00 ' film firjunrc, omp war. .... -1.100 " " slx'linllllis. - - - lo oo " three - 7 Wi t7i" All forclffn advertisers nml rmv In advance. II H ill lift urr'li.yg In send mlvor- tiM'iiii'iils u llli the rci j n,wt tit "publish nml (end bill. I'alrlil ini'tllrllio liiillilllin:! II rers must pay itrcnrii initio piiuiiMicii rates. nml In no Instanc...

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 1866

iniWMiiwl"irir" Jt' urtr.--- imp- j-irr- ' " ' ' ejj ' WINCHESTER, TENN., JULY 14, 18G6. TOLUME VI. NUMBER 22. HOME JOURNAL, i PUBLISHED BVBRY SiTURDAT BT W. J. SLATTER & CO. W. J. BLATTER H. H. DULIlf For Tertm, Ac, see Fourth Page, Heading Matter on Every Page, Revival of the Slave Trade. P. W, A., Georgia correspondent of the New York News, thus writes : The President of the council or branch of the Equal Rights Association, in this county, who Is quite an intern cent oerson. and well known to me per sonally, assures me that he has the strongest reasons for believing that the slave trade Has been, ana sun is wing carried on between the United States and Cuba, and perhaps over slavehold ins? countries. Upon being asked to Btate his reasons for this belief, lie re- pliod that a large ntfinber of freedmen, influenced by the bounties and high wanes offered, had cone from this state to the Southwest. Some of his own re lations and friends were among the number who bad thus changed...

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 1866

i-jf-7W-..-!(r.'.',,'""',lr" , , fit n Vf I Li . -4? I 'Vv. HOME JOURNAL VF. J. SLATTKK, Kdltor. SATl&RAY MORNING, Moimthiug About WUT. Perhaps some of our rf-udcrs would like to know what the people of the Old World arc going to light about question that in much pallor aked than answered piirticulnrly by us, as we do not very well understand the complicated polities of the German confederation ; but fur their satisfaction we will give them the best solution of the matter we can. It ill be mucin- I ere I that, some thrt! or four years ago, Prussia and Auslriii wrested, by force of arms, the Slates, or rather the Duchies of Schlcswig, Ilolstein and Lunenburg, from Denmark. For a time those two powers held uju'itt oc cupation of the Duchies, but in about a year they had a Conference, called the Convention of G.istein, at which Aus tria sold her interest in Laiieiiburg, and cd.Capt. Newman delivered an excel lent address, full of good advice to the children. John frYizzell, Esq., f...

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 1866

Jjyw'"'''u:;.. tin: prof usep amendment. Why the Present Legislature Should not , Act upon it Letter from Fortfier Mem ber of that Body.'"" ' '' ' ' " " ' ' Washington, D. C., July 2, .1806 Hon. A. W. Moss, House or Reuresen- tutives, Naalivillo, Tennessee Deor Sir : I sec from the publii: prints that tue Governor has called the Leglilnfurc U meet in extraordinary session on, the 4th Inst. The object of thus conveniug tuat body sojuw to bo to seeuro, if pos sible, the upproval of the Legislature to the Joint resolution of the Copgres of the United States, proposing five additional suctions tq the constitution of the United States. It seems to me that a legislative body, chosen when no such proposition had been dismissed before the people, should ascertain from their constituents their feeling upo'i a question of so great importance before action should be taken thereon'."" When wo attempt to change the law of the laud as adopted' by our fathers, or add to that law, it seems to mo 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. — 14 July 1866

IV KW YOltK. NASHVILLE. OINOIIVNATI. XKitMHi Tliruu dollars pcriiimiim, lnvu rlahly in advance; Six months, two dol lars ; t hree months, one dollar and twi-nt v five cents. No uiilmcrlhMw received for It less perioil thiui three months. Raten of AdrertMug. Auvernsewents Inserted at fl fit) per equareof ten lines (brevier size.) flr.-t in- ertion, unci 75 cents furwh subseiiiieut insertion. J--i-.' - One column, one year. .... $12.") 00 three " - - - m W Half column, one year. - ... 75 00 " six months, - - . - 45 (X) u " three " .... 30 00 Fourth column, one year, ... .'1000 ' " "... six months. .... ar 00 " ; three ..,--.. 15 (JO .'One square, one year. V-.: - .-. - -15 00 " " six months, - - - - 10 00 " " three 7 50 tTT All forelirn advertisers must nav In advance, It, v. Ill he uelcsi to tend adverr Uscmcm Willi the reipicet to "puhliHli mid semi mil." rutcnt mi'illi'inc iiiaiiiilactu r'TH must pay according! to published rotes, nmrin no instance win tiivir special no tires he pu...

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. — 21 July 1866

''. I: .'.I ' J. . fiL V, faJL - J ?, a.., J. , . . .... ; ., ....... ...v-.4. . ' . i t !!.) iff i k'liii'Jiii ii'j'it"1' 1 1- .I . ni .lit WJXCltESTER, TiJNlfc; i .- i " 1 JULY'' 21', 1 1860. ' ' Ktjmber 23 Volume VI. . ... ... n 1 1 ' Y-4 H;ltt , , i i : a . ni' i if i HOME JOURNAL, '" niinl.HHKD KVERT SATURDAY I1T " W. J. SLATTElt & COm W.a.SUTTBR. n. H. DULW. For TerniH, ttc, see Fourth Pago. JietuUiiff Matter on Every Page. Judge .Lovelace, .of. the Supreme Court of Missouri, died in St. Louis on tlicOthinst 1 ... ' -J. L JudgaBryan, United States Judge at! Charleston, allows lawyers to practice before him without talcing the test oath, pending a decision of its legality, i The Superintendent of the Alabama mid Teuuessec Rivers Railroad states; that arrangements have been perfected for iron for fifteen miles of that road, which will be laid down before the end of the year. This will extend the road live miles beyond Jacksonville, In tho. direction of Dalton. -.. , .,.:. Th...

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. — 21 July 1866

HOME JOURNAL. W. J. SI.ATTKK, Kdltor. smiiMV mum, jllv 2ist. isgg. THE Sl'JTATlOX. A great battle has been fought atSu- dowa, in which the Prussians wcr de- fidelity victorious'. The defeat of Aus. tria has induced her to huh for au or misticc, ccdo Venotia to France, and itcccpt the mediation of Napoleon, which inaugurates negotiations that will result in peace, or new complications and war on a grander scale most pro I) ablv the latter. The armistice la not definitely agreed .' upon. . . Napoleon takes immediate and unconditional pos session of Venetia. ' The condition of Austria Is regarded a i very critical. IN TUE UMTEU 8TATK3 The disruption of tho Cabinet is ev erywhere the theme of exciting com ment. Deuuiaou and Speed have id r;ady sunt in their resignation!?, which have been accepted, nnd other members are expected to resign soon. It Is to he hoped that their, resiyiuitions will result iu great good to the whole coun try. Congrois U:h recently passed a bill extending the te...

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. — 21 July 1866

..- -i 1 rff-w-nriwj-w f .: 0 the People nesaee. of Ten- Our deep interest in the present un settled political condition of the coun try prompts us, a portion of your duly elected Senators and Representatives to the Congress of the United States, to invite your special attention to the ' call that has been made for a "Nation al Union Convention," to assemble in the city 6f Philadelphia on the 14th ' day of August next. Since the first Monday of December lust we have watched with intense solic itude the progress of political events in Washington, and have witnessed, with profound regret, the opposition made by tno majority in congress to tlio wise and beneficent policy of the President oi the United Mates. Believing, as we most sincerely do, that under that polioy tho Union of the States would be preserved, the Integri ty of tho Constitution maintained, and the inestimable right of the people of each state to representation in Con gress distinctly recogniied, we feel that the occasio...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
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