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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 February 1862

- -. ; . -'-A r. -.".r C TT7' 1 v ? -.- . A ti et vnN. ,4 cat:: V I - I i ; JAMES IMPER, EDITOR Volume XXVII. AND PROPRIETOR. G A LL I POL "TRUTHUNDJUSTICE.,, I S, OHIO, FEBRUARY 13, 1 8 62. ' Ql.-fl : TV HTTTi vini? Number ,13. THE SONS OF POOR MOTHERS. '., "His mother wu a poor woman, and now lie walks the street i lite a lord." That sneered a bundle of silks and feathers, as it moved daintily along, ' teeming with its aristocratic nose, like a genuine pointer, the well-dressed and well-connected persons of her acquaint ance. The young man referred to, trod the ground like neither prince nor lord, but like a man conscious of his power; like an American citizen every way worthy of the name. He had trampled under foot the sneers of the scornful and pretensions, stood before the worid with his foot upon the neck of their meanness. Step by step he had dispu ted the ground with adverse circum stances, and they had yielded step by step, till he now stood where he could look down upon, a...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 February 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. kditio abp him BT JAJIB'nARPEB f9".t 9 1 tavari&blr is sdranee j STEWART. Asson-AR mtorv GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : FEB.-IS. 186x. 3- We publish In to-day's paper tnansto addressed to the people of CfcArgfaby Cobb, Toombs & Co. No m cn fail to perceive from in tone, that the rebel dynasty is in tottering condition end about falling to pieces. This document eomea from a high source, from men who were members f.the rebel Congress, and in high fa vor as leader of the rebellion from Its inception to the present moment. lis contents then cannot be considered as the Taporings of a Southern newspaper, vainly endear wing to keep, up the courage of its readers, but intended to ward off the blow from the necks of these same conspirators, when the peo pie of the South find out how basely they have been betrayed by these hell deterring scoundrels, for the purpose of advancing their ambitions and atro cious designs. They admit their sur prise at the "energy, perseverance...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 February 1862

THE UNION FLAG PLANTED ON TENNESSEE SOIL. rin;nt "Naval VJdorr Fort Henry 7 . . nK.f.Lind vt""w Forces not Employed Sharply ""-'escapine, m . " a? ! IT. 1. tested"Battle The Cincinnati in the Hottest of the Fight One Hundred - I and Ten Sbota lired, and Ihirty one Received by Her The Rebel Troops Leave the Artillerists to their F,te The Rebel Commander Tilgh , msniand Fifty-four Artillerists Sur r render The Interview Between Commodore Foote and Gen. Tilgh man Terrific Accident to the Gun boat Essex Her Boiler Exploded Several Seamen Scalded to Death Capt Porter , Wonnded, and bis Aid Instantly Killed Great Quantity of j Artillery and Stores Secured An Ex-Cincinnati Merchant Among the the Prisoners List of Killed and ' Wounded, As. " . ' ! CAIRO, Feb. 7. The- gunboats Cincinnati, St. Louis and Essex have just returned from the rebel Fort Henry on the Tennessee river. The Stars and Strifes now wave over that place. Yesterday at 12:30 P. IS., the gun boat Cincinnati, St. Louis, Carond...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 February 1862

ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN YEARS AGO. Do human s&irs bow in ever iwrorving yele?..TI ita in the tims of Addison Umpoond hoop-skirts We Kt them U oar dv.-rhs- fcilowiog by Tobias Seaallet, tit historian and novelist, lamented the fete of Scotland, after the riling in fayor of Prince CTiftrtt"i:dird'Btn4rt,butpicturioaneQf oarfefMJd.ioBnoy: T .-- - - AGO. THE TEARS OF SCOTLAND. WRITTEN IN THE TEAR 1746. BY TORIAN SMOLLET. Mourn, hapless Caledonia, mourn, Thy banishsd peace, thy Uarel torn! , Thy sons, fcr valar long renowned! Lie slaughtered on their native ground! " Thv hospitable roofs no more . ' - InviU the stranger to the door; ' " The wretched owner sees afar - -Hia all become the prey of warj - -? -. Betbinka him of hia babes and wife, -Then emitee hie breaet and earses life: Thy swain ara famished on the rocks. -Where onoe they led their wanton flocks; .. Thy ravished virgins shriek in Tain; Thy iafants perish on the plain. - What boots it then, in every clime. Through the wi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 February 1862

ST I . I-": i:.L-' "-,f.:T frtf .'. r i r.s' . , . l loll a! C " V i . 4-- JO: JAMES IIA.RPER, .EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.' Volume XXVII. G A L L r P O L I S , O II I O - FEB R U A R Y"27, 1 8 62 -;v : ' Number -15. )' i. --rfi '"iii "4f--:r w THE BURNSIDE EXPEDITION. The Capture of Roanoke Island Four - Forte, Two Field Batteries, and the ' Entire Rebel Army Surrendered The Rebel Fleet Annihilated Graph- ic Description of the Bombardment and Lend Fiirht The Last Hours of n J Wi. 1 .: U.J.nise. THE START. On the Monday previous to sailing, Gen. Burnside issued the following ad dress: .. - . This expedition being about to land on the soil of North Carolina, the lien- eral Com mandine desires his soldiers to remember that they are here to support the Constitution and tlie laws, to put down rebellion, and to protect the per- eons and property of the loyal and peaceable citiiens of the StAte. On the march of the army, all unnecessary Snjnry to houses barns,, fences., and other property, wil...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 February 1862

fiALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. imtid ao rnBUsaxn it JAMES HARPER, gyAt 81.50, invariably ia advance R. L. STEWART. Amman Emtob. 6ALLIPOLI8. -THURSDAY. FEB. rr. mi. , . X3TThe firat secessionist of whom we hare any account, onee offered to. Sarioar of mankind all the krag-jmenta 4omaof this world if he would fall down and worship him, asserting tha! thej were delirered into hie hands, aad "To whomsoever he would be would fire them.". The falsity and unblushing impu dence of hie Satanio Majesty, finds a parallel ia the generous offer of his special friends, Mason and Slidell, to the pewera of Europe ia order to bar their recognition of the 8outh, to-wit: "Fret trait far fifty ytart; rupprutxon f th Africa close trad, and manci pation of all Mock horn in tin Southern StatM cfitr the eondution cftkt treaty." Generous men, are these same com missioners. Of coarse all these are theirs to give. Are they not the f Southern chivalry? Are they act of the 350,000 who rule at with a rod1 of over the bodi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 February 1862

SATURDAY'S FIGHT AT FORT DONELSON. S02T. , The Cairo Gett eoutains im ioi-, lowing account of the fight at ton t 1 e.fnni.T- iUIICI-UU U J . . , - . ;0n Saturday morning the battle was earned witi ubbsubI vigor and deter- resumed --- ruination. ; The 8th. 18.b. 80th. and Sltt IlHnoIt. occupied a poeition abore th.Forttte lS.gbth l.oW.ng tne ex- we iuinj-u... another severe night, our men were ... . m . i , i about to prepare a litUe food, when be rebels oDened upon them a fire of. rebels . opened upon musketry that was well calculated to . . - create the wildest confusion,, if not canic: but the lioe of battle was at once formed, and the atonn of leaden bail perceptibly thinning the rebel rants as mey navaucea. xoere -re many reasons for believing that the real object of . the rebels was to uato the fort, and cut their way through) Vol. ugieaoy-s command in awng o, bat, although they seemed as an ovet - pewering host, and from advantageous positions showered upon our ranks the most ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 February 1862

[For the Gallipolis Journal.] [For the Gallipolis Journal.] LINES [For the Gallipolis Journal.] LINES TO J. L. H. ON REARING OF HIS MARRIAGE. Dear BMrtn Lew.rth Bflffta spell Of neriaot jcy-Memi o'r thse thrown "Word, what ar wordi" thy blia to Ull; It u too ric& fee iOBjuIjdfmfli ; , tWt it Wmilgifrowt thin eVS 3p TU thrilling la ngoage of tabeif --Ik-y-pato Ult(iuiiUH prinja Slgn-i fec thiof foy apart : -' - 7 J ,1M Mtmon maiden by ahywd, - a r.-.-.; .- How oft thy glance n her doth dweH;-" it apekwjth hop, with love and endOr-' .KTawpwraat from to heart' dec well. T f: Ti - li t-.-- :-' A - I J--'. iky' proudly oa r rest thy ease, r -. And pfowly, too, fori H w thrwe; When thou didst tecn hfe's battle blase v lFoc thee, for thm her bout did pio. - ' - Agiv thee all Thar to give, , . ' A cousin's bleating, fall and free;. ., L' -May y Heaven's choicest gift receive, T T ' It richest toon awarded thee. , . ,' " ' To veal, in wo7niy love's bright ehain, " J. For Troth and Lore a...

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 March 1862

' i t-V T My. My JAMES HARPER,: EDITOR AIO) PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND JUSTICE." $1:50, IK ADYAKCE. Volume XXVII. G A L LI P O LIS , O HIpJy MAR C H 6, 1862 Number 1G. ; 7 V,.... '. THE CLOSEST SHAVE OF MY LIFE. BY A LONDON DETECTIVE. The prison at D i every wty considered under a better organized and anrer system of administration than any similar institution 1 bare known. I bare seen manr. and looked somewhat closely into their methods of management and discipline, ana nave often aeen much to approre; oui me prison at D surpasses all the rest. Visitors of whom, rery properly, but few are admitted, are amazed at the regularity, the order, and, the most i r n ,1.. -: .nil singular oi bjj, tue ui Kbmiy order and quiet that prerails. As we wandered through the cham bers in the freer part of the prison, we came to one, from the window of which a man was looking so anxiously that be did not hear us enter. When be turned round, bis eyes were glistening with tears. The warden said that be did...

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 March 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. loniD ABO PUBUSBID IT JATIES nARPEB, fSSTAt f 1.50. invariably in advance R, L. STEWART, Amman EsitM." GALLIPOLIS. 4 THURSDAY. MARCH . 1 861. TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. . Qcb."TT prtfer eobmittini; the ease to ft opiDj.onjrfihiiljIitSucliJpJi-diira-1 ' gard of dntj ioon bringi it ewn punishment j The law may tab bold of the ease, ami the part? meet with hlj &terU, bat do not wish to biaa the popular Tilt by xmng publicity to ao infamous a transaction. j "HtACTB." It ia not gnerally conceded that taa-yardi iart unhealthy. Aa a elaai tan sera ai prtrr erblally haalthy. Bat tha stag nant pools yon apeak of on Second street, may be so, sad probably ought to be filled ap. At gome future day tome enterprising maa may do if At yon eay, "it ia ia atriking contrast to the fin reaideeee opposite," but if ha ean ataad it we will try to do ao. . -D."Try your suggestion oa the Quarter Master. It is true the GoTernmeot teams hirs bnt little to do jait bow, and wear out crar St...

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 March 1862

REBEL ACCOUNT OF THE POSITION AT COLUMBUS. . The Place to be Evacuated A Stand to be Made at Island No. 10. [From the Memphis Appeal, Feb. 19.] - - We bare tba rumor in ancb form u to give credit, that an order has beet issued by Gen. Polk for the evacuation of Columbus, which movement is under stood to be executed under the direc tion of Gen. Beauregard. ' It is stated, accordingly, that preparation are being made for our army to fall back to Island Xo. 10, or Ft. Pillow a very necessary matte, it teem to u in tiev of th capture of Fori Donehon and the turreAder of NathvUle. As Uen. roil nw a can, two or three days since, upon the planters along the Mississippi river, for a thousand negroes, for the purpose of completing and strenghtening the ford Orations at Island Ko. 10, toe were not unprepared for this intelligence. Indeed, it has long since been perfectly palpa ble to us that Columbus must eventually be evacuated, and our lines drawn in so soon as the central column of our arm...

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 March 1862

LETTER OF A SOLDIER IN OUR REVOLUTIONARY WAR. BY MRS. I. H. SIGOURNEY. HARLAM, September 26th, 1776. Your precious letter, loving wife, .Cams s&fely to ms her ; --- God keep yen everia hi hand. . - - And ill oar children dear. ; bad a dewbl tests ? war,' lo try oar soldier's staffs V They aU th first akirmiah, thongs I thought k grsvs atwagh. - Vft'i had a march of htm long miles, ' While won and wearied than. They burst wrra n from fie wood, lA lions from their den. " i V stood on grocsd m best ws might, . t But they wars fresh sad strange -Well fed. and mors than two to one,. ;Ws could not stand it Jong. - ".rrmriAttokrt,fromjefttorisW . '. :"- Their wkiBgbaUatt fell; ' Set. wont of U, we had to yield -', WRhgrief thetrethlteO. - - ,.; '. ' Surrounded on all aides, 'twere vain ' ' - - To longer bide the frays -'.We left eome dead aponthe field. .And so, thank God. did they. . 6oma loat their tnapsaeia, that aoniaisat Of elothing all their atora. And what they'll do tia hard to...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 March 1862

o Ill f V -V JAfES.'HAj EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR TRUTHS) JUSTICE. $1:50, ixadvakce. Volume XXVII. GAL L I P O L I S , O H I O, M AR C H 13, 1862 NurhKef 17. f fr 1 . . . . -i 1 -' ; ' "V. LITTLE EDDIE, THE DRUMMER BOY. " A correspondent of --the. Chicago t-Tribum writing from Benton Barracks, St. - Louis, give a very touching Inci '." dent of a drummer boy: r ' , , , -A Jew day before our regiment re ceived orders to . join Gen. Lyon, on hl mareh to Wilson's Creek, the drum mer of oar company was taken sick and conveyed to the hospital, and on the evening preceding the day that we " werej to march, a negro was arrested within the lines; of the . camp and brought before onr captain, who asked him "what business he had within onr line!"- He replied, "I know a drum ' tner that would like to enlist in your ' Company; and I have come tc-tll yon of it." Hewas immediately-requested to inform the drummer thatV be would enlist for fljar short term of service, he would be allowed extra pay. and ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 March 1862

SALLIPOLIS - JOURNAL. - SOTTED A PCBUBBIB BT J AWES HARPER, (3Tl $1.50. invariably in advance - ,N R. L. STEW 1ST. AMMturr Emtob. v GAttirOLIS. THURSDAY.!. :-MARCH-IJ. 1861 TO CORRESPONDENTS. Aiki "irfcy Government j!tes Bit1uy4sflrftimberBtr Gallipolis, set the soldiers to eotting it up, sad the Govern meat teams to baaling it. for iha-eampof tha 60th Regiment oo our pabUe sqsara, instead of paying $2,00 per eord far wood (WfvereeV and keeping np such large fires of coal?" "We! rrfer "Tamer" to Quartermaster Moulton for a reply. We esn only Judge of these 4hings by common sense rales, bet it seems they have no application to military matters. The expense of rod is enormous, and should be remedied if possible, -r -"Jnocix." Your article on "street sv sep ing" has been mislaid or loet. If it tnrni up in time, will appear next week. "Hit them again. They've got no friends." CHrssas." We bsve reeeired no Patent Office report yet; will let too know if we do- Think them bat of little nee...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 March 1862

THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE GRADUAL EMANCIPATION. . Wabhisoton. March 6.-The Presi de! to-day transmitted to CoDgres the following message '' "FtUowAiz of the Senate and Boute 4fReprteertatimtfs .. vr T recommeid the adoption of a joint resolution by your honorable bodies, - . .. if-ti.i a.. Xesolved. That tne 7 v n rn-nneraie wun State which may adopt a gradual abolishment of Slavery, giving to such State pecu niary aid, to be used- by .uoh State in iU discretion, to compensate for the in conveniences, public and privat. -produced by such change of system. II the proposition contained in tbe resolu tion does not meet the approval of Con- rrK and tbe country, mere ib me cdu. knt;rit1iwi eonnud aucn aonrovai. r - a . . 1 I nPRm 1L Ul IIUIAFI .awvw niw ni lunnle immediatelv interesiea should be at once distinctly notified of the fact, so that they may begin to con aider whether to accept or reject it. The Federal Government would findita highest interest in such a measure, as one or the mo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 March 1862

[From the Louisville Journal.] BY THE BANKS OF THE CUMBERLAND. LAXD. BY S. C. MERCER. , , By t bank of the Ctunberlaad echoes the Of the sentinel's warning the fee's en the snorer Oar war-dram tt beatsn, ow bogle are blown, - - - -And oar legions advaft.se to their masiesl tone. By the banks of the Cumberland, ebppery end i red, - - - - With the death-dew of battle, end strewn with the dead, Kentucky has rooted h Insolent fee. And Tictory star glide the nigfct of oor ws. By those banks ttet ones bbomed liks u The demon of treason stalked forth to destroy. Oar rich teeming harvest be wept is hie wrath. And the blaze of our dwelling Hhraiaed hi path. - - - Like an ' eagle-ptamed arrow Remeaii Shout, eoldiert! oand bogles! sad clamor, b, drama! Let the land ring aloud in tbewndaeae of Joy, Aad the bonfire blaze brightly bat sot to ' ' destroy. For the God of the Union has prospered the right, And the cohorts of treaaoBhar melted is '(5t, Blow, bogles! roll, riversf and tell to the aea ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 March 1862

1 1- .: - - r 0 r.. t'Cfr - .. . i-tt a ' ' - i . ..." -r-T V 11 .- ' ' " . - i - JAMES '.HARPER,' ; EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volnmfc XXVII. . i TRUTH AND 'JUSTICE. " $1:50,: IN ADVANCE. GA LLIPOLIS; OHIO, MARCH 20, 1862. Number- 18. rrrr - -v - . . A "Ml 'L .1 I - ; .. i. i nwi 11 m : Til r ri-r wf.: - . . . in ivii im h hi ui THE THREE SISTERS, AND THEIR GRAVES. BY REV. H. R. COLLINS. :. When the lust brief.prayer m ut tered and , oh, how solemn it always sounds, out in, the . Gelds in the open sir! we all turned away, and in very heaviness of heart directed our step homeward. .The gate was closed and locked, and now there were none in the little' Tillage cemetery bat the dead. It ww the -third time we had been there in four. weeks, and each time we had come to "hide. a way from mortal sight a loved' one from the same household. There were three gravee side by side new gravesand in them three sisters. The footprints of weeping friends were till fresh around the first when those time...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 March 1862

SALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. IDn l0 PCBLIBHED BT JAKES HARPER, E3Tt 91.60. invariably in advance R. L. STETTABT, Asststaxt Ediioe. , GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, r MARCH 20. 1862. TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. "J. V." "STs cannot undertake to retm re jected communications. It would involve the expense of a three cent stamp, which printer! hsva never yet fcend a way of getting for no thing. It will keep until called for. but in order that we may readily find it when you do bo, pleaae say "rejected.' - "PixT." Tour doctrine U sound, but if made public as it now stand,' might be pro ductive of injury to yooraelf. Better see the gentleman, and in s friendly manner atate the facta to him alone. Exposure in a newspaper would only mortify the father and perhaps sard an the son. "FAurrn," W presume it was dons in or 3er to have the horses cured up by proper treatment as soon as possible. This treatment is not generally practiced by farmers. It re quires skill and practice, both of which we are informed the Quarte...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 March 1862

SHARP FIGHTING NEAR WINCHESTER— THE TOWN EVACUATED BY THE —IT IS OCCUPIED BY OUR TROOPS. Charlmtok, Va., March 12 The town of Berryville. Vr., wrr bccapled hw our troops yesterday. Gen. Gorman directin the advance. The enemy bad 500 cavalry here on oar arriyal, bat the General ordered R charge of the TO. York Third Cavalry apon them. nnnortin? the oniet with R RoSEcient force of artillery Rnd infantry. The enemy did not wait to fight, bat ran halter skelter toward Winchester. - Twice last night were the picket! of General Gorman's brigade compelled to fall back by the charges of Ashby's Cossacks. This morning General Gor man made a reconnoissance in force to within two miles of Winchester,' draw ing the rebels into a trapl They were Rgain charged upon by onr cavalry, losing fonr men. , Several prisoners have been taken from the enemy, while onr total loss, np to this time, is one man and one horse. - WiRomsTBR. March 12 This plsce Is at length recovered for the Union. The march of o...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 March 1862

From the Caledonian Farmer. THE FARMER. VThen tlx merahf hiHa are reddening, in the . oet' rosy glow, - - -And across the railing prairie silvery shad- owi come nd go. With light step, wandering homeward, come a hardy Km of toil, fanned sod Uruwuod, broad-banded: farmer, - - ;.. lord and monarch of the anL Whs can see him without longing fee the -. - rose in hi cheek t Or kit fuU, rien intonation, a w list to near him peek! - r '-!-. Hear hin tell about hU meadows, or hk thrif--tv field of eora -.-7 Hrw hie wheat, hi oats or barley," mot b ersdied in tn How hU rampkina and hla squashes Lav . . completely hid the field; While hie turnip and potatoes will turn out t- an awful yield How hi eattl and his hones fat and thriftily - appear. And hi her it heats all nature really double evcrv rear. Mark aha sparkling look of plcasura which these simiile themea afFhnl- And hit pride of independence, aa he draws around his boara; How be thanks the generous Giver of D good and Tierfeet thinm- T...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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