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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 January 1862

i -5. - V JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TRUTH INJUSTICE 81:50, IN ADYAKCE. Volume XXVII, GAL LI POL IS, O H I Q,: JANUARY 2, 1 862 . Number 7, [From the Louisville Journal.] Mr7t blew the great and beautiful foul of Elizabeth Oakes Smith for this noble Hymn: HYMN FOR OUR COUNTRY. BY ELIZABETH OAKES SMITH. INSCRIBED TO PRESIDENT LINCOLN. God bless our Country look afar ' Behold on every aide, From aolar belt to Northern star, She standeth like a bride. Upheld by God's Almighty hand. How fair thou art, oh ft stive Land! Our meadow teem with goodly herds Our garners overflow Our hills resound with singing birds, And bloom our rales below Upheld by God's all-bounteous hand, Thy cup is full, oh favored Land. God bless our Conncils make us wise To worship and obey Let Justice reign and truth arise To guide our steps alway Upheld by His Almighty hand, God bless the Rulers of our Land. God bless our Banner, evermore ' Beneath whatever sky, By seas unknown, on desert shore, . We fling...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 January 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. KDITIO AUD PTJBLISHI BT JA.TIES IIARPER, rAt 31.50. invariably ia advance . L. 8TEWART, Aansrarr Editob. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY.; JAN. t. 1862. 13 Now that our Southern friends ' Iiave ceased to raise both cotton and 'wool, and so far as the war on the Yan- Ices will allow them time, turning their attention to raising corn, we think it ad visable for our farmers to raise less corn 'and more wool, not of the peculiar kind raised south, but suitable for cloth ing, and articles to supply the lack of cotton. ' The prices of cotton goods are daily advancing. The "bottom" is not found jet. It is idle to look for cheap cotton goods, for years to come. . The unsettled state of affairs at the south, -and which will-continue for sometime After peace is made, if that bappy day should ever arrive, will serve to Keep up prices. The number of slaves held in bondage is growing every day smal-1 ler, and the institution itself may Ccd ao room for existence much less expan sion befo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 January 1862

I have not forgotten that u me sarety of this Union required the detention of the orisoners, it would be done. inr pnwn . . , . 1 It would be the right and duty of : Government eonld eof deny the justice of the claim presented. We are asked ' -j i. il. D.::.k nation fust what i i . x .11 ..tinni on err, t In we always incited all nations ongni to do to US. In coming to my conclusion, I have not forgotten that if the saiety this Government to detain tnem, out the effectual check and waning propor- ! tion. of the ex.st.ng. .nsnrrect.on. well as the comparative unimportance ' of the captured persons themselves, when dispassionately weighed, happily forbid me from resorting to that defense; nor am I unaware that American citi eens are not in any ease to be unneces sarily surrendered for any purpose into the keeping of a foreign State. Only the captured persons, however, or oth ers who are interested in them, could lastly raise a qnestion on that ground. It would ten nine ior our own cia...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 January 1862

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Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 January 1862

;' l- ;P I- t VVV" Ills? 11 II JAMES HARPER, EDITOR Volume XXVII. AND PROPRIETOR. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO; JANUARY 9, 18 TRUTH AND "JUSTICE. ' !.. 62. . 31:50, IN APX.KCE. Number 8. THE BAG OF BEANS. A TRUE INCIDENT. In a country Tillage of New Eng land there dwelt not many yean since lawyer and a physician, both intel ligent, .educated men; both members of the same church. They baTe both passed away, bat not without doing some good in the world. Just three years ago this month, one frostr morninir. there walked into that village a little boy, looking very tired and desolate. His garments were old, but neatly patched; his hands and faae were clean, and his hair smoothly combed; withal, there was about him a most attractive air of decent poverty So thought Dr. A. as he drew near the lad, who had aeatea himseii upon stone oDDOsite his pate. What are you thinking about, my little man? he kindly asked The boy etarted, stared at the doc tor with his great brown eyes, as macn as to say, can it b...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 January 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. - IDITSD- A-BP1 FT3M8H1D BT J ATIES II Alt PER, fyAt 81,30. invariably in advaaee K. L. STEWART, Assbtabt Ewroa- GALIIFOLIS. THURSDAY. V : JAN. 9. 1862. We have gained by the Mason and Slidell" "affair, what all "the diplo matista of 1812, or of years previous 'or subsequent failed to acquire. Eng land baa alwsys clafmed her right of searching merchant central . vessels in time of war, and talcing therefrom whomsoever she would; as undoubted ' and undUputed. In vain did onr ru lers in 1811 sne and beg ber to re nounce this right, even consenting that it be done secretly, rather than go to war. She flatly refused to aeeede to any proposition on that point, declaring , that upon it rested "the very founda tion, of ber maritime power." After waging war witb ber for years on this ground, even when peace was declared, ahe utterly refused to enter into any treaty which would preclude her from exercising this right of search, and our commissioners were forced to submit ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 January 1862

[From the Louisville Democrat, of Sunday.] A Noblb Youth On Tuesday of i -lit r :.. r'ol Von Trabrao of Jario'n832d Indiana who with his raathed unfading honors ronnd ir bro ws that day upon the well e tested battle 6eld, came off the Wnnndfhe nnfortunate looeer of eleven ' hundred dollar. The money waa found a eonple of days afterwards, by . Youth some sixteen or seventeen years of age He handed the money over to his captain. Hot long alter- ' , . Not wards he was summoned to appear m n. (.ntein,a tent. There were Lieut. Col. Von Trabrae, his own captain, and several other officers," who ex pressed their approbation of his con duct. The Lieut. Col., drawing fifty dollars from his pocket, offered it to .u -ii, Knt b rMretfnllv. ihnnvh ' r- f j'.v.oA n it ami iw p. eisted in his refusal, stating that he .ant tf hp rtairl fnr hPincr UIU uvw - a-- -w- o honest." How the brave hearts around him beat with responsive thrills, and the light of esteem, even af fection, danced in the eyes of...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 January 1862

[For the Gallipolis Journal.] THE WANDERER BIRD. THE WANDERER BIRD. BY FLORENCE SPRAGUE. J -stood on the ocean's' roek-bonnd afiore " ad list to the angry water's bow, As tii wiud-awept serges dashed along As if moaning a requiem o'er the throng Of eountlesc dead who lie buried there TarriDM bold aad the Toothfal fiur. . v A I rued Arer the Boundless expanse of tea, a uiru own nying o or ue watery lea; His broad spread pinions flapping vide. Drooped wearily over the foaming tide, And a taint light g leased ia hi lading eve As he soared away from hi home ia the say. "Brave bird of the thunder-cloud, whither away , ' TThen the sunlight orer the billows play, And mountain apresr their lofty heads. And bright -rivers rorj o'er their sandy beds, ( Where 8 iagara's awful thunders are heard, Where, 0, There art thou wandering, bird!" ' Then answered that bird in a sorrowful tone: ."O'er mountains and forests and seas I hare - flown, ... ...... With naurht to euide bit Ions wearv flight " S...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 January 1862

:r.v,,,,. rv; ...... ;-:.: . .-. . JAMES HARPER, EDITOR. AM) PROPRIETOR.; TBUTHNLKFUSTICE. 81:50, IN ADYAKCE. Volume XXVII. GALLIPOL IS. OH IO, JAN UARY 16, ; X B 62 V Number 9, ' - . - . . : - v. From the Portsmouth Times. AN ACCOUNT OF LIEUT. W. H. RAYNOR'S CAPTURE, IMPRISONMENT, AND ESCAPE—FROM BULL RUN TO RICHMOND, AND PRISON LIFE. ' - At tbe engftgemeDt at Ball Ban,' J a . 21st. 1861. the First Ohio Regiment, ' being in front, arriTed at the Dsttle field about six or seven o'clock. A. M., .'deployed Co the left of the road, and there waited for the attack to be com menced, by our ether divisions, on the enemy's flank. About ten o'clock it was advanced "and formed in line of battle in an open .field, where it wa immediately Urea by a battery of six guns in posi-kier tion on the opposite side of the creek, about 300 yards distant. It was then ordered to fall back into the wooda, J where? it was exposed to tbe fire or the .battery tor some time. Tbe whole hrimde was then ordered b...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 January 1862

RlTJ.TPnT.T5 THTTWV AT. : 1DITZD ABB- PCBUSHID XT JAMES H ARPER, gWM -91,50. inrariably in advance R. L. STEWART, Anrin EditojL GALLIPOLIS. HtrksiSAY 1 ; Oxay-is. 1862. EXCITEMENT IN GALLIPOLIS. Our usually auiet town, was in- lensely excited on. last Saturday, and a 'collision between the civil and military , powers at one time seemed imminent. ; The. facts as near aa we can ascertain, .are aa follows: Some months since a 'Secesher by name Smeltzer, one of Jenkins' cavalry, and who is nowjin Co lumbus, waa arrested in this county by the United States forces. He had in bis possession a horse, baggy and har ness, an 01 wnicn were taaen oy me United States, and placed in the bands of Quartermaster Boggess at this post, who gave a receipt for the aame. -A few weeka afterward, one of our - citizens, Mr. Joseph Blazer, a Tery worthy honeEt man, to whom Smeltzer was indebted, under legal advice, ob tained a writ of attachment from Justice DamroDr which was. placed in the hands of constabl...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 January 1862

HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM EASTERN KENTUCKY. Humphrey Marshall begs to "Arrange Matters" Garfield tells him he must Fight or Surren Jer-Marshall's Force - Burn their Camp and Disappears in Confusion uarneia in u irursum of the Stragglers. - From the editor of the late Sandy Valley Adrcte, now one of the pro- pnetors oi ; who arrived in this city from the seat of operations in the Sandy Valley j reater-. r . . .. - - , , - dsy.we le.rntbatu1eseconareoe..n:iI!1e vasion of Eastern xventuciy nas enaea . jr f1 in a disgraceful rout. On Monday last Col. Garfield's forces, including the 42d Ohio, CoL Laban F. Moore's 10th Kentucky, and some eighteen hundred cavalry, had proceed ed as far up the Big Sandy as Paints ville within seven miles of the rebel ; camp when they were met by a flag of truce bearing a message from Hum phrey Marshall, asking if matters eould not be arranged without a 6eht. Col. f?ar6M iramediatelT reDlied that he could offer him no arrangement except, either to fight or surr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 January 1862

POINTS OF A SHORTHORN COW. The following features constitute, I trow. The bean ideal of borthorn eow Frame massive.- rotrad, deep-barreled and straight backed; Hind quarters level, Tengtliy, and well packed; Thighs wide. Seabed la Tarda, plumb almost to koek? - Twist deep, conjoining thighs in one square block;. . . . Loin broad tod fat, thick-fleshed ana free - - from tip; Back ribt "well home," arched eren with the hip; -Eipa flush with back, soft-cushioned and f not wide; Flanks fall and deep, well forward on the aide; Fore-rib well fleshed, and rounded like a t i dram; . Fore-flanka that eren with the elbow come; Crop "barreled," flnah with (boulder and with ider- - Girth large and round not deep alone, hot wide; 8hoolder sloped back, thick -eorered wide at chine; Pointf sang, well-fleshed, to dewlap tapering ' - fine; Keek rein filled np to well-blothed shoulder point; - Ann full above, turned in at elbow joint; Legs short and straight, fine booed 'neath hock and knee; Belly cy...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 January 1862

. ''Is' 'V (4. . .1- .' .WW JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume XXVII. TRUTH ANtf:j-U.ST.ICE.!?.J $1:50, IN ADVANCE. GALL I P O L I S , O H I Q, J AN C AR! 23, 1 8 62 . Number 10 K&nrlJiiffl - - -. 1 ! 1 I S I W ' i - -- -?--. V 4 From the Portsmouth Times. AN ACCOUNT OF LIEUT. W. H. RAYNOR'S CAPTURE, IMPRISONMENT, AND ESCAPE—FROM BULL RUN TO RICHMOND, AND PRISON LIFE. [CONCLUDED.] Lieutenant Raynor, with a few oth ers, carefully observed every circum- stance that might, in any way, assist them in their escape. The guards were changed every few days, and were taken from different regiments of different States, which was probably to prevent any opportunity of bribing them. Those from Louisiana were al-! ways gentlemanly in their deportment, while many from South Carolina and other States treated them like dogs. One fact, which gave them some assur- ance of escape, was, there being 300 or i 400 wounded and tick in the hospital, surgeons were unable to attend to ' them all,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 January 1862

SALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EPITSO i FT7BUBHIB BT JAMES HARPER, fJTAt ft, 60. invariably in advance R. L. STEWART, Amivtaitt Editor. OALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. JAN. 23. 1862. Our venerable "Uncle Samuel", has beld a horse auction in Gallipolia. And inch hones we Tentnre to say can be found no where on the face of the earth, outside of the lines of an army Shakespeare describes a horse of his hero Petruchio, as one "possessed with the glanders, and like to mose in the chime; troubled with the lampsss, in fected with the farcy, full of windgaUs, sped with sparins, raied with the yel- lows, past cure of the heaves, stark spoiled with the staggers, begnawn with the bots, swayed in the back, "and shoulder ehotten." ; All this, and more, might be said of some' of Jha , J'Rosi nantes" offered tor sale 05 ' Saturday and Monday last. The weather was as mean as the horses. It seemed as if the sun refused to shine upon such miserable creatures, whilst the rain and mud were enough to drive any humane man in...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 January 1862

NEWS FROM THE SANDY. Battle-Marshall —Between 200 and 300 killed and wounded—Grand Running. . . . i k..(; . -After all VD"WK -' or the Set.iomv. - " " r V would accoaplwh thia time, m their naoi .-,-6- . L.11 -a neennvini7 HL X mil l. mo, miu PJ'PS . . ' . of the large number, j. J" him-t appear. at bey I ave .gam . stampeded, afc p,k"'f 'If- "-'.Vhooor donouai. nowr. - .. escape as easy ui"g -"-j the last. ... -It appears from all e"eeonBM . can gather, inaiuoi. r tuo , Second Virginia cavalry, wun a srnaijj force, made a reconnoisanee of Mar-j shell's position on tpe Tin, ana mree mile, west of Paintville, came npon a portion of the enemy under command of Capt. Shawban of Harrison county, when, after a skirmish, the latter were routed, with a loss of an killed, four- teen wounaea, ana TeD Pr,souc"- ! The rebels fled to their camp rej k aw wi--H n nun a rterfect Dame. Ine, a perfest panic names of the prisoner, are reported as names of the prisoner, are reporteu , Pegram, W. L. Cal...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 January 1862

[From the Toledo Blade.] "READING FROM A SENSE OF DUTY." BY MABEL ST. CLAIR. Yes, perhaps, it iu ! Godew, ' May be Grairm, I'll not say; May be "steel" ud may be "wood cut," But it matten not, which way! Onee I found a life-like picture: . Poor, poor litUe wearied beauty; Beading o'er a book before her; "Reading from a sense of duty." Ah, my child, I well can pity: I hare thus done penance too, When the fields were just the greenest, And the skies the sweetest blue. Bent for hours e'er book that gave me For my pains, no line of beauty; Wishing for the fields and meadows, "Reading from a sense of duty." Read, res, tho' my knitted forehead" ' Told too plainly, "Us enough,' Mission to some heathen island. Book received with 'gratis' puff. Following in their wakes were others. Warranted both sound and deep, Where I added many a chapter. Dreaming o'er them fast asleep. Dear old 'Crunoe' has been hidden Time unnumbered, from my eyes. And as many I're been chidden, "Child, why are you so u...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 February 1862

n i JAMES HARPER; EDITOR AKD PROPRIETOR. Volume XXVII. a TRUTH A E . " $1:50, IN ADVANCE. GALLIPOLIS, O H I & f'EBR U A R Y 6, 18 62. 1 : Number 12. THE MAIL-CLERK'S STORY. BY GEORGE ARNOLD. ... . The manner in which I became possessed of the following story, is somewhat remarkable. I was down Broadway to dine with a friend at Delmonicoe, when 1 observed a handsome carriage, containing two la- aies, 10 swp at me corner oi jvenuo street. One of these ladies a young and beautiful brunette smiled on me. in passing, much to my surprise, for 1 lelt sure war. 1 Dad never seen nrr w fore. When the Tehicle stopped, alighted, with the assistance ot the coachman, and approached me ith outstretched hands. Two days afterward, the beautiful brnnette placed a small roll of manu script in my hands. Am I at liberty.' I asked, 'to tell bow and where I procured this story?' 'I had rather yon would not,' she said So, dear reader, as it is none or your business, I think 1 will not relate the circum...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 February 1862

fiAUJPQMS JOURNAL. BDITXO AID- PUBUSHXD BT JAKES HARPER, 0"At 91,50. invariably in advance R. L. STEWART, Assistant Editor. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. FEB. 6." 1862. 7" The consumption of "gas" in the legislative balls at Columbus is enormous, and seems to be daily in creasing. Tbeeost to tbe State never enters into the account... The commo dity, judging from tbe intrinsic value to tbe people,. Aught to be obtained for much less ; money. - In - these "piping times" of war and taxation, something more than words - is looked for. Tet what else baa been famished du ring the past month. - Not one meas ure of any Importance has been adopt ed,! though scores of them bare been talked at by the hour. . cWe did suppose that demagogueism would for the present be laid upon the shelf, and a spirit of true patriotism manifest itself. Never was there a greater mistake. The breed is more numerous than ever before, and seems determined to eontrol both bouses. Hobbies long since ridden to death, are brou...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 February 1862

POISONOUS PROPERTIES OF BRINE. , It may not b known to silica. Dnoe, in which meat or fish bate been salted, it nMBAhnm in domestic animals. If left in their way they will partake free ly of jt, as tley will of pore salt, when it "Very often proves fatal. ' " The Union Medicale, a French publication, gives an account of the researches of M. Eey nal in regard to the poisonous proper ties of brine. ' From a aeries of exper iments detailed, he dras the followind conclusions: ' First That three or four months af ter its preparation, it acquires poisonous properties. Second That the mean poisonous dose for a horse is four pints; for the hog, one pint; and for a dog four or five ounces. Third That in less dose s it prod uces omiiing in the dog or hog. Fourth That iheemployroentof this substance, mixed with the food, con tinued for a certain time, even in small quantities, may be fatal. We know from experience, that brine, if swallowed by hogs and other animals, will prove fatal, yet we do...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 February 1862

[For the Gallipolis Journal.] TO MY COUSIN. Tbsy tail m 111 ha opened ut her inner - tempi door, And' for the muthsr's lierihd child the childish dar an o'er: - A honored wife ud womaa lair I striv to uuu ot tnee, Sut clearer still the littk child f thy father's bom I tee. Bat when thy hand in his m placed, ud r. holy word were said. saw thee not, I only know the path thy feet mast tread la marked and chosen forties now thy ehfld- iah dream forgot, ... Ti cjueea of one true heart, thine owa desires ' no loftier lot. A loftier lot thy heart hath leaaad ao loftier lot ota be Tlua that which every woman soul aooepteth " reverently; Tbs ohanos to win baek Paradiee te all true lovers given. To braid again the Eda bowers beneath the . eyes ot Heaven. The walla are sear that, gentl one, bat on - 'the outer aide, ' And flower ara springing at tha feat of every ainleaa bride; Tha cherubim with "lirg sword but guard ' the holy ehrine Wher from tha hand of God aha take love's sacramental win. ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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