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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 21 July 1866

12S 00 7"j 01) - M 00 ' -7 Of) - 45 00 :jd oo - 40 00 25 no - 15 C - 15 00 10 00 - 7 no . 1 - I?kh.ms. Throe dollars jn-ratmiiin, hiva- tivo cents. Nosubscribtlon received for a less porio.l tlmn three month. Advertisements inserted ut $1 50 tier nismi 1 subsequent One lubU, on&ycni V;.T. X' ' " tlx months, - - - J " three! " .... Jiaif column, one year. - - '. . ," " six rnoiiil s, ... ' " three . . . . QiwjJKODlumn, one year, , -- - - - '''w. fc L three-. -. w.. One stpiare, one year, .... " ' Six IllOlltllfl. - . . " " three .... if 4 '' 13PAU foreign advertisers mu! pay in advance. It will he useless to semi adver- useniciiis won llirciuest. to "publish and eiwiu, oui. .laii'iir mrtiii' ne liianuriwtii rui'l ninth nmr ii .injr. ..mi I. i ... i-m if.iuiuiu ly.imyiis.iicirrutes, nun iii no rnsiunce will llieir special no tiecs be. published except at 20 cents nor line for cimji insertion, t?T Our Agents arc not ilicd that, it will lie useless to lake advert Isctnciits for ns 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. — 28 July 1866

THE HOME JOURNAL. "Volume WINCHESTER, TEOT., 28, 1800. EE J J-J". : HOME JOURNAL, ri'ULIHUED EVKBY SATUKPAY BT V. .1. HLATTEH CO., W. J. BLATTKB. WUS. For TcnitH, Kc, nee Fourth Page. Vending Matter on Every l'age. ANOTHER CIVIL WAR. How tlie Radical Leaders Intend to "Fire the Northern Heartland Precipitate the l'eoiile Into Revolution and Anarchy The Scheme Disclosed A Significant Letter from the Hon. Henry Raymond. incredulous of their existence. That the extreme Radicals entertain them, however, there Is not the slightest doubt, and we know, from the expe rience of secession in 1861, how few men it sometimes requires to plunge a great party or n great nation into war. THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION. The Philadelphia Convention Is another source of panio to the Union paity. By the Kiuncais oi wuoui have spoken, it is regarded as intended to pave the way for bringing Northern Democrats arid Southern rebels into Mnfm nnncert of action under tue pro tection of the President, at the ope...

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. — 28 July 1866

I . "" 111 "" "g1,! I' W"l liMn-'r-tet.r--.. i ,'t V IIL .1 f jr . if ; t ' f. J. f ; - If I' If ar Sl i J: k J; h II j'.! C ; ., f ')' HOME JOURNAI ,., .v-frr v;. .t KIVATTKIt, f'.dKor. , : - -t: Jl LY 2VIII,' 1-lS6. r.-j. 1 . l' Kclig'ioiitt Notice. The Uourtli (mnrtcrly M.-i thijjf Kt v. i i c -1 V. Wliltti.n. PfLulillnir I'lili. will lii.i lu ll lit tllf Mi'llindl-t Church III (Tits phift ' ' Augu-t the lltb and I 'Jill. I!ev, Samuel I. I'.uldw In. 1. I),, will lit' present on tin1 oc casion'. Other ministers of ability arc also expected to intend. The t'riilny befoiv l.iuiirlcrly Meeting will li ihM-retl iw u i'iiy Of UI ill? Mill prU.VtT. It I- rXJII'rtl'll. il'tilf lll'lli'iltli'll" Hl'f I'avtilMl'Ic, tlmt till' l.irrtin;; will lie JH'iit nictt il. Ki'V. 'fl'.tiM. I.. MihhI) will iri a h at tlif .Ml'lllllilhl ( hlllcll tO-llHMTOW IIIKI'llillf l.li-l i' llill!.'. i Tito N'Vh of lliif Woclc. t.i Ihin w riting' tliciv lins lit'Cii no iu'ws this wet k IVoni Ku'mpc of n very ili'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. — 28 July 1866

STOKES IN MARYLAND A Lively Account of I I Is Lust Appearance ut Frederick Ho Traduces the Presi dent, Compliments the Ladles, mid Goes In Warmly for Radicalism, White, and Muck. l'lcnsnnt Rcmltnjr for Days. the Dog- From the Frederick Union, 19th Inst. THE MEr.TINO. The Radicals belonging to the "Loy al Legion," numbering some forty or lifly persons, held a meeting in the Courthouse- yard in this city on last Fridiiy evening at S o'clock. It was called to order by Col. Ver non, who, after making a few remarks introduced Mr. Upton liuhrmnn, of Myorsvillo, known in this county as "the soldier's friend" ( !) This gen tleman having committed n piece to memory, was itching to recite it at this meeting, and an opportunity having been allbrded him, he did so in the most bungling manner, without the slightest regard for the King's English. The funny, but indelicate dog tale, which constituted ti portion of his piece, had no particular application, and was only calculated to impress the fac...

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. — 28 July 1866

ft I. it ' HOME JOURNAL. Tf.ums. Three dollar pcrunmtm, Inva riably In n(Iva'ii ; SU months, two dol lars; three montliH, oin-lillur und twenty five cents. Nn Miliicrllil.inii received (or a loss period tluin three nioiiUis. Hate of Advertising, Advertisements Inserted at $1 00 pur (iuiro of ten linos (brevier Am.) flr-t In sertion, and 73 cents for each subsequent insertlim. One column, one yeiir $12." 00 " SlX IlllllitllS, ... 73 00 " three " .... ct) 00 Half column, (me ycur, - - - 71 ()o " six months, - - - - 'IB 00 " threi! ...... HO 00 fc'uurth column, one year, - - - 40 00 " " six months, - - - 2(100 " " three " 15 00 One square, one year, .... - 15 00 " nix months, ... - 10 00 three r 7 50 tTAll fi nv l(rn advertisers must pay In advance. It w ill lie useless to send udver-ti.-cuieuts with the request to publish und m ini bill." Patent medicine manufactu rers must pay uccordiii;rtn published rates, iiml in no instance will their speeial no tires be iublislied except lit 20 c...

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. — 4 August 1866

: THE : - HOME ' JOURNAL. I ' II .IJI III II 1 - ' . I. . .. II- . ; '" I ! I I I "Jl Volume VI. ' ' WINCHESTER, TENN.? AUGUST 4, 1866. ' Number 25 HOME JOURNAL, PUBLISHED EVERT 8ATCBBAT BT W. J. SLATTEB & CO., W. J. BLATTER. H. H. Dl'LIN. Jlui Terms, l'c, see Fowrth Pape. Reading Mailer on Every Page. A correspondent of the Memphis Bulletin suggests ' John Baxter, of Knoxville, as the conservative candi date for Governor of this State, iu 1807. The bones of three hundred human beings were exhumed in Portsmouth, Virginia, the other day, by laborers en gaged in excavating a lot. From all appearances they had been buried for centuries, and were probably those of the "first settlers." A New York city correspondent says that the residence of A. T. Steward, corner Thirty-fourth street and Fifth avenue, is nearly ready to move into. It eclipses any private on the continent, so it is said will cost, without any fur niture, 82,500,000. Gen. Sheridan reports oflicially that detachments o...

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. — 4 August 1866

HOME JOURNAL W. J. SLATTKR, Editor. . tins (stews of the wekic. EM-;? . .. ,. S i Till. ATI. ANTIC TIXEGKAPU I.i n biic:ccn8--isnow in sneeossful op eration. 'This in one 0 the great iehiovements of tiie age. It will do inueli to make a brotherhood of the in'lioN'j of the earth. If; importanec can searcolyyol even be conjectured. : ' THE AKMIftTICj:. Per Atlantic Telegraph wo born that Vrnssiii, 'Austria, hnd the other German StiitM, h.ivo Hi'mxl mi nrmistieo for four we.tks from the 27l!i ult, That f.uir iw-eks will be full uf political in triune nil over liurope, and wilt proba bly not In followed by peace. . , Has adjourned tine d:e. Itu Inst h iirs nere its wort-t. Itelosed in line t-'iiuudian revelry a disgruee' to the American people, fur which the South is , not responsible. We hope the coun try will now have ipiiet at least until I'eccir.lcr. TJ1K NEW OKLKA'S MOT. A terrible riot has occurred iu New Orleans in the hist few days. It seems that, in order to secure the ratifica...

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. — 4 August 1866

MOB LAW1 IN -tfASTEKN' KY. Terrible :-ABalrThree . Men Forcibly Takctf from the jail and' Hung TheEx wutlon,fHIVliJ ofG.her, ; O i m.:rA -i .V ft .! From tin- CaOettibHg(Ky.) UaraliM Quttiejtivfiiina of Tuesday, r July 17th,' a MlyVorfe hundred toad' -fifty-moiiLt'omposodiof 8j0rtDofthheat cit izens of Lawrence iounty( toltalrad to the village of ioiils'a', Kentucky, elitire' ly unexpected by the inhabitautsqf thai pliico, for the purpose of raetlug ; out what .they termed justice, to the iio of murdcroW clespeYaaofeS Srho- were- con fined in the county jail, charged with the murder of one of the best citizens of Lawrence county,, iMr.Weorgu- R. Archer, some months ago. Consulta tion alWr. consultation- waaheld. bH twecii theitiieW6i.Jj towVani 'XUfi', gentleman composing the company, in order, to .-get the company to- leavev,$he matter in the hands of the olllcers of the law, but all efforts proved futile.- Eornest apeuls were made by Col. Fer guson, Rev. Mr.'Medleo and Mr. Hull, n...

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. — 4 August 1866

""TV ft- MS tv, ! . I J;! HOME JOURNAL. Terms Three dollars par annum, Inva riably in advance; Six months, two dol lars ; three month", oik dollar anil twenty, livo corns. No subicrihtlon received lor a lets period than three months. llaUa of Advertising. Advertisements Inserted at f 1 BO per square of ten linen (brevier slsto.) first In sertion, and 75 cenU lor each suUequwit Insertion. fr-.e coliinin, cue year, . -" ' six months, " " three " -flalf columu. oiH! year. - "" alx months. - $12 on lii w no oo 75 on " . .11 1 three l (H) Fourth column, one vcur, - -10 00 " " Bix months. .... aft on " three ' 15 (X) One square, oiii' year. .... lii 00 " " six 'month. .... lu (hi " Ihr.ic 7 60 tW All fori ij.'n ailviTil-crs muct tiny In advance. Ii .will In- usi h-.-s to ciil adver tisement with the re.iiii'.-t. to "publish ui.tl ind bill." I'ntetit mi'iliflim manufactu re r must pay luconlinj: to published rates, ami in no instance w ill their ppcciul no tices be piiMl.ho(l except at 20 ...

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. — 11 August 1866

VSttin-U&iL sift ?jti'uwyU .';:::.:::.',r......V:..'..J rrin.c5v.Jicv ir AA-ir T l T'T" A- H '"-' " " iy 1 n 1 XI if 1 "" IT Tl "'Q' do V. i. I- Volume VT. HOME JOURNAL, HLATTER &Z CO., W.J. 8 1. ATT Ml 2W Turin, Ac, me Fourth Prttfe, Jinadluff Mutter on Every l'age. White women in New York are earn ing eleven cents a .day making ,shirts, und that, too, while the ; Radical Con gress has voted away millions of the money wrung by grievous taxes out of the people, iucluding these po6r wo:, men, to support in idleness lazy blacks. Eleven cents a day. for hard-working white women 1 Seven millions a year to furnish lazy blacks with-clothing and rations, tht latter Including 'white Fastest Trotting on ltecord. The bay gelding . Dexter won the purse of $3,000 at the trotting match, under saddle, at the Fashion Course, Long Maud, on the 19th tilt., beating General Butler and Torouto, .Chief, when he made the best time on record Flora Temple's three lieats being beaten. The second mil...

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. — 11 August 1866

HOME JOURNAL. XV. J. HLATTEH, Editor? SATURDAY MORNING, Al'UST 11TB, lMtl, TH15 XirUS W THE WKKJC IN UllOl'K I lit m. Mary situation lias not I con materially changed since our last issue. Tliu armistice lias been signed between Austria and Prussia, but not between tlie latter anil the German States, and hvwtilities continue between them. lYace is regarded us almost sun. 'Micro is a good deal of disturbance, of a riotous, if not a revolutionary charac ter, oing on in London. J.V THE NORTni'HN STATES Of the Union ( ':) the I.iidieal mem bers of Congress ure canvassing their respective districts, laboring with all their might to secure the Fall election in their favor. The indications are, that if they succeed, they will, on the assembling of Congress, impeach the 1 'resident. nioii.nA Is still prevailing to a limited extent in most of the cities of tin: Union. Al though many deaths arc occurring by it daily, it has lost much of its ancient terror. We do not apprehend that it will eve...

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. — 11 August 1866

, '6ttJ3fc$& ,'v(' runnl,! , I'f 4 THE CROPS. REPORTS FROM THE SOUTH, EAST AND WEST. OEOEOIA. The Macon Telegraph ys : We are' now pretty well posted from nil seutions of the country In regard 10 the wheat crop just harvested, and the conclusion is that while it falls short of on average of other days as regards quantity, it is far in advance of the crops for some years past, and of ex cellent quality. There is an abundance for every domestic demand, and a good surplus for exportation. The currency being equal, flour ought to add, and will be considerably cheaper. SOUTH CAROLINA. The Charleston Courier says of the rico crop : All accounts received from various portions of Georgetown district arc adverse to the coming crop. The la borers have worked badly, tho prepara tion of the land very Imperfect, with poor drainage, etc., bad stands have re sulted therefrom, the seed in many ca ses rotting in tho ground. These diffi culties have been enhancod by the late freshets, which have ...

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. — 11 August 1866

'ii f I ;rl' if 1 " ' ' I' hi HOME JOURNAL Tk'ivs. Three !'ll:u -i pi-r .inimm. Inva rV.il! y a:l. ;nir Six nintiili". two dol lars;' three months, one !ll.ti' am! tv.ci.n -five cents, No suiiscriiition received Hun less period thau.ihree ii tiths. , ; ' IttttVH llf J'lt'lTtiHillff. Advertisement Insert eil' hi St an 'per Square, of ti 11 lines ( brevier size., llrst in sertion, and 76 ediM foi each kut-iquuiit insert lii n. One column, one year. - - - - ijfli" (;o " ' six Mllill'll-, ... l'l IHI " " three .... "iii iin Half column, inn1 year. ... 7." no ' Nix months, - - - - 'lii '. ' " tlireC ! : - Wl OlM Fourth enlumn. ono war, - . . - !() uo " six months, - - - 00 1 " " Hirc! l.'i (in1 One sipiarc, one year, - - - to Oil " six months, -"" -.' ID (K) " tln-'ic i- .. v.7 ."0 lir All foreign advertisers mut piiv Id advance. It w ill lio Useless lo si ml uilvi r- V'uiijjis with the request to 'piildwh und mini lull.1 Patent, medicine ! 1 1 : 1 1 n 1 1". I ' 1 1 1 -rcrs must pay acco...

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. — 18 August 1866

BIf l JBi W ' Uf ""V,S " 'Vffl ' -tt,- -rv -w rr v a r-r ill !-? A' IJtlJV Vou-mu YT. WINCHESTER, TEXX., AUGUST IS, 18G(5. jS'umhkk 27 lOiME JOURNAL, vuiusiir.n kvkuy batimiday iiy XV. .T. SLVlTEn fc CO., W. .1. SI.inT.lt. " ''MX Joe Tcrnin, At., nee Fourth l'aie, L'vailhif Matter on, Every Vaffe. l?i:ild Up I Ionic rinterprtse. The matter of homo industry, is of vital importance to the people of the Soiifli. We must do everything in our power to foster and encourage all and everything that in the least tends to a concentration of capital and labor in our midst, and which seeks to develop the mechanical and agricultural resour ces of our section. The shade of dif ference in the prices of material produ--'pod at homo, should not bo of such mo ment a to cause a total discontinuance of patronago all of which is in favor of the foreign producer ; but fair allowan ces .should be made, and public spirit enough evinced, as shall place our me chanical abilities on such a footing that they w...

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. — 18 August 1866

x ' i . ; ' ' r t'-' t , in 5? 'If h )!; ' .i ! :!! ' 'v .t ' V r; 1 Ut : v! v . " i '4 in ilO.MK .KHJRXAL V. .J. f I.ATTKft, Editor. .11. All,! ST Mil. ISCfi. Ifi-vivals of Ueligl.m lutorosliiig meetings re in progress l ioshon ami ill .Methodist Lurch III lllis phlOC. Tin' Crops. 'J'liu 1 iijr i-;i"'ll of dry weather is iii jMlili;;- till' ciirii -'''S xcr.V II) "I' ll. Ill lael iinli'ii ui'Iimvc rain very sciitii the ( i'.ii i ill he almost ii in '! U l c ill lllis I MllIllV. A Sod .Veciili'til. ili i.rv ( 'oh,: r, n lit i T f soil of our tuc, lc..!i::ll, tin- M"li. A. S. CwlvtU', fell IVmii ii pencil i l (' n l-w days ago, re f'l ill;' injuries 1 1' ) I II which he iliril Oil 1 ' i i 1 1 ) . I ' 1 1 i 1 1 ofiho. IClll. Hi' was till I I i 1 1 ii 1 1 " .' -prighlly In iy, lu'ldvcl hy nil v, !.u linrrt hiiii. Tlic coiiiinunit y (liM ) IV !H: l.re with the 1 icIVUVci 1 lllllliK'. i r-m ii iii.HHi.u. in. -ii imij.i ",i liiiinile was tal;en on honiM, Mini ro- " 'l'i:.- W't niht-)-. ! ...

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. — 18 August 1866

:V',',l yi",'l":;V,'"fr -"j .'i1! ""yiv,!",''' ""n't-x "k ".'i-s''flr J Murder iiml ltobbcry by Negroes in South Curollua. One !' tlie Murderers KIHep a" the Other Cuptiired. The Columbia SonUj Carolinian gives . the following neeoiuit of a brutal tnur ;' dm t'ummlttuil by negroes recently, mid tliu swift retribution tliat overtook the wretches . . Mr. Lotntlol Lane, ono of the most ' respected citizens of Newberry Dis trict, lisul lU'immnlated, from the salo of cotton iinil from other sources iv con siderable sum of money, which it was Known lie kept on liU premises. That opportunity to obtain this by foul melius had been carefully watcheil, and by more than one person, there can be but little doubt; hut it was not until l'Yulny night that the moment arrived for the consummation of the hellish deed con templated. Mr. Lane had theu retired as usual, hut the heat being oppressive, he lay down in the open air, and there he was found in the morning, bis head hplit open with an axe, lif...

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. — 18 August 1866

NOME JOURNAL , I'l-it-'-ts.Thr- i 'i:;r per summit. 1m a rh'l'ly l tidvan i ; ix i.ioil.lis. l-.viuli.l-lar- ; I'livc 1 1 : 1 1 ! t ', one dollar am! I wi-nly-I' ''' j: ;, Nip -niwriiitiiiii received lir a I' n i ini than three Month., .'.Vi.'S of A;h'itl..lii;. Ailverlisi-mciits ln.-crt'd at $ fl jut Mpi'irc of 1 1 1 1 lirn-i ' I v irr m.c.) Iir-: lll ta I'l ioll, aud',',', rents fill' each sab .'OlH'1,1 it 'I'l 'HI. 'Hi' i ilnii.li. ( 1 1 : " year. - -. -i. Months. " llil'l'l! " Jl:i!f I'Ol'liim. one year, - " ' month:'. - " " - - I " i 1 1 : ! 1 1 i' i!ii:i:.i. ..i:.. v. sir. -...;mwVl.-.- - Ar-ftnr vai.-w'rv,im'rrf'mr9ritm'rr..rijr'x-irT! y ifuwMUij.Klwwmi'JiiuM w Jli'! Knit, Koariu.v ifciviM emir lain-, , .. i mi ! litat, tin- (!..vei i:ni il! ,'i"a t:l i i::vi: iaa l,r!a!ly lt : J: I Wte.I V,t: India::-; v.illi am iuuiiiliou Li eoiiliniie Im.diliilcs villi, and Day il hils iloi:i villi tin- I;i:ov. 1 '"':iVU:l1 i-v-' "I' il"- Cui.i ,lK- ;V YOUIl CU'MS! n j ; i i : ; i-. At I'V...

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. — 25 August 1866

JOTJ WiyCIIBSTEK, TEXX., AUGUST 2.1. 18(50. Numiieh 28 Volume TI. HOME JOURNAL, I'l'IlMSHKD EVKHY 8ATI IIDAY BY W. '.T. Wj ATT till At CO., W. ,1. Sl.ATTUIl. It'LlN For Terms, IV., we Fourth I'ltue. Heading Matter on livery 1'iife. No more cases of cholera tiro repor ted in Memphis. The cholera has made its appearance in Richmond, Va. There were twenty-six fatal cases of, cholera in New Orleans on Wednesday last. - A South Carolina lady died lately, who, for thirty-six days prior to her ' death, subsisted solely on water. .The Columbus (Miss.) Index com plain that the ladies thereabout dis criminate in favor of the blacks in giv ing out work. A storekeeper was recently charged $3 for the Mayor of Charleston, S. C, for rent of the side walk, lie kept his whole stock on the pavement. The Atlanta Intelligencer says the negro population of that city has, ap parently, doubled in the last four weeks, and asks if the agricultural dis tricts have been deserted. A cologne water manufacturing...

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. — 25 August 1866

HO.ME JOURNAL. W. .1. SLATTUt, Iklltur. HTniii.! l(li;G, AtclSirS ISmwn of (ho WtV4-I. 'M)(! Iili).,t important event that wo Imve to record this wit!; is tin- procla mation of the President l.'c!.':iinif the rebellion nt mi end in Texas, mi I even - w Iuto el in throughout tin! limits ol' tli(! L'uiled iSUtLfn. 'J'lit! legitimate coiiolu f'l.Jli is that til .'l l t till law is lit till end. in id that the civil law is now supremo. H'c hope wi-M'i1 forever done with (leu. tJrimt and his s.'itcllit" a. Iluirnii lor Andrew JmIiimou, the peoples' imui ! mi; wu:sui.NT ami m.i.i.milu.n. j We remarked in our lust llmt ill Wimdiestei, lo:ii,e;jfci-. I UliS. BCAl'itlXi.lJtl' AT lWKlH rroiii the Christian Advixate. - Half nirdo.l hy u sublime sinonl of UN Recopilun-iiivliatloii from iho Empu mountains, Winchester nestles on the summit of a v.i.-t lowland like u wreath of evergreen on tliu hrow of some vie lor knight's (jncrii of beauty. Its en virons rewind you of Memphis ninl Vill It ivor ;...

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. — 25 August 1866

Darin;? Exploits A Dashing Kalian Officer. . , ., The Italian paper are full of tho singdlar exploits of a Savoynre, Capt. tie Leu, who commands a squad ro it of the tctor humniiel Lancers, nml la described ns an olllcer of remarkable clash uiul intrepuditv, a reputation he certainly deserves, if the stork's toljl of linn be true. His squadron noiiijj the liead of the ndvunecd guard, he receiv ed order from Ciiddini to press for ward in the direction of Padua until he reached the very gates of that city, and there he found tliein in very considera ble numbers. Instead of considering bis mission fulfilled and retreating, he is related to have ordered his trumpets to sound and to have oud.U'iously en tered the place, whereupon the Aus trian, although six or eight times as numerous, doubtless thought the who'e advanced guard of Hie -lt!i corps was close to his heels, anil hurriedly evac uate. 1 the city, whose inhabitants could not niMke'cuouglfof the bold handful of lancers. After a s...

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