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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 March 1862

Vlfff ' ' If ll 5 : t mm f r.'. ' JAMES HARPER, . EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TRUTH AND EST ICE." ' $1:50, IN ADYAKCI . Volume XXVII. GAL LI POL IS, OHIO, MARCH 27, 1862. Number 19. A HAMBURG BANK TRAGEDY. Many years ago the firm of Harold son & Co. were noted bankers in the -city of Hamburg. The head and man ner of the home was a Danish gentle- nan named unnsuan naroiason, ana he deserved his first name, if any man did. He was a steady church goer, good liter , and an honest man. His clerks and dependents said there nerer was a better master. The merchants of the town would hare taken his word readier than most people's bond; and all who knew him agreed that Harold aon had but one fault or folly, and that could scarcely be blamed, for it was the thinking too much of his son Frederick. He was the only boy out of seven chil dren. The good man's wife had died when they were young, and he had brought up his six daughters, with the help of his old nurse, to be good wo men and careful hou...

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 March 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. zorrs avo pitblishib t . JAMES HARPER, fyAt 91.50. invariably advance E. It. STEWART, AsnsTAS-r Editc. OA TRIPOLI'S. THURSDAY. : MARCH 27. 1862. TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. ' ' "XrAiTE.' The windows eTjour neigh bor trans topn"l?nwTTylri to your bacV yard, and reader your 'domestic eoneerne (abject to the supervision of prying eyee, and unpleas ant remarks. Well, Nellie, build a high fence on your ova ground, bay oat your neighbor, or cell oat and leara the neighborhood of such impolite and un-nnghkorlf neighbor!. As choice of three evils choose the least. ' But which it is we most bare U your owa ehoiee. ". T." Plant yoar trees and shrubbery in the earth; not in the moon. Such, ideas are behind the age. ' They are made up of moon shine, and too silly to be advocated by any one of ordinary intelligence at this day. The failures of your neighbor are moat likely ow ing more to careless planting and entire se gleet, than to any lunar influence. Set yoar trees well and cu...

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 March 1862

THE GREAT TENNESSEE RIVER EXPEDITION. , Tl. .PEDITION- - - . - of the Cincinnati Gazette.] TYLER'S LANDING, TISHOMINGO Co., Miss., March 15. INTO MISSISSIPPI. The -National srmiea fcare at last made a deaoent from the North on the Gulf Statea. I write from the north east corner of the rebel President'a own Stat, and on the opposite shore is Lauderdale county, Alabama. SHERMAN'S DIVISION ON THE MOVE. At noon yesterday Gen. Sherman's entire division mored ont from the Sa rannah landings and steamed np the river, preceded by one of the saucy looking Cincinnati gunloats, the A. 0. Tylor. On reaching PitUburg, where the srunboat engagement was fought a few days ago, the fleet stopped, and af ter reeonnoitering for a moment or two, the gunboat dropped in a shell on the bluff where the rebel battery had been posted. There was no response, and glasses showed nothing but ntter deser tion on the shore. A few miles up, another dangerous looking bluff was reached, and another was thrown with th...

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 March 1862

THE SOLDIER'S LITTLE DAUGHTER BY MRS. M. A. DENNISON. The nfght ni termy, da sad eold; -My way led throaeb tb city, Where wretched haildings, gray and od, Seemed stained with ton of pity.' Few were the cheerful sounds I heard, r No langhter wild and free; "" '.' ' ' But onee the a weet Toiee of a bird . i Jidcd up end plained to me. ' -r A little bird unblessed with' win gtt . Her dark, sad eye all tearful; .- v Ah! God, to see such tender thing -"Qt in, the storm, is fearful-- . . :. y And thus she plained "Oh! stranger, hear; .. . I never begged before; ... : t . : But mother has been dead a year,., r . rt And father's gone to warv. .... A n frUrAtr the work (rare not "By whirh I earned a penny; " ' " ' East night I had a ernet of bread; . To-night I haven't any. And I am veir hungry, air, I brought her bread to spare Then np into the old gray house Climea br the broken atair. A tremulous light throwa abadowa long Orer the eheerleas room; . . Oh! childhood ahnned in death leas son...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 April 1862

i a .VL rJ .-a?:- i-rfc-t ait .-. U.k f r s t n urr'-'1 ' ; rr IhI l"nMrI 5 a as' 5 L r JAMES HARPER, EDITOR' Volume xxyii. AND PROPRIETOR TTva .US; G A L L I P O r") TR U T'H- AND JU 3 T I L I S, ,';;,0 II I p i VAJ E: ,3;' ji ii:; as" - aaa". a iT T CSV? 8fi et r: ' J'B .8l:'WJLADTA5CFt A GOOD CREDIT. BY T. S. ARTHUR. 'Let.ua thow you one of the finest pieces of cloth I bare seen for the )aet six months,' said a smiling storekeeper to a youog married man, wboe income from a clerkship was in the neighbor hood of aeren hundred dollars. Don't trouble yourself. Mr. Ed wards,' replied the customer, 'the silks and buttons are all I want.' .0h, no trouble at all, Mr, Jacobs no trouble,' said the storekeeper, draw ing from the abelf the piece of cloth he had mentioned, and throwing it upon the counter. 'There,' he added, as he unfolded the glossy broad-eloth and clapped his hand upon it, self-eompla-cently,' 'there is something worth look ing at, and it's cheap as dirt. Only fourdoliara 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. — 3 April 1862

fiALLIPOUS JOURNAL. soma a9 routu it JAIESHABPEII, fir At 8 1. W. Invariably ia edveaoe R. L. BTIWAKT. avt Xarzse. TSUES&JTy ii'TAPRIL 1862. TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. "Km." Tom farmblM are no met friev- chUdr. .'Tow m0 f OTaiB mim as of th old .tW o forcibly sat forth by an aacvei hitcria thus: "Ja ear nyUIe hood err ssotiure' rses fryghiad ns wythea ouglie dyven.hevinf horn OB nys .ke4.T in y mouth end atari oa M beach, that w eterteaad eyre terryfyad iff vi Jimt m erf 'boo.'". If mothers wish to tend their children miserable (or life allow Mnati to Instil into their yoomf mind alsar of ghost, graveyard. jgebKn. aad1 the etl "(TMtiniticw'' above Mt forth, it the w y to doit ' "C M." Ton are ecrreet. Oca. Lander's winter widow u formerly aa "actress, Ui jusfly celebrated Miss Jeaa M. rJevenpott. She left tit stage vita a reputation para and unsullied. Ia her profeaaion the occupied th front rank, no superiors, and bat few equals. She ia by birth aad ednoatioa aa Zaglieh lady and da...

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

From the Cincinnati Gazette. PARSON DROWNLOW'S ADDRESS AT THE MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE. During tbe 'Change hour yesterday afternoon, the Present of the Cbmnv ber of Commerce, Joe. C. Butler, Esq., celled .the meeting to order, end en nouDced that Mr. Brownlow had arrived in thm eltr. and elated that it bad been proposed to invite him to meet the I Mr. N. W. Thomae inoTed the ap pointment of a ecmmittee of fire, to invite Mr. Brownlow to visit the Cham ber. - The President named aaanch com miUeeN. W. Thomas. Joe. Torrence. Major C. L. Kilbnrn, U. S. Avlaaae A. Ogborn and J. W. Sibley. Tbe Committee immediately waited vion Mr. Brownlow. at the Gibson upon sui . House, and be accepted the invitation and accompanied the Committee back to the Exchange.- ---, rv- . Mr. Brownlow -was Aere introaoeea to the members by the President of the j U A I. -AA.mmaA iTlPRI M i Chamber, nd' then addressed them aa follows: I am sorry, gentlemen and fellow cititens, that I im not in a condition to make you e...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 April 1862

[For the Gallipolis Journal.] UNCLE SAM'S CALL. BY ROWENA A. BLANKENSHIP. vWH iira near tie' armn. bora" '! IprrtiBrTott to takaep am, ,L1-- And Join ourernjygrendr;, -v -.- " Ttian do to Ion err stay away FalJ in, am help to wra f&e dayT5-" 'AT . - iw Jt r,. y -'-r pU Fade 8m it ee!liB;,bys.v. z. : ,.-7 Com. pat thairajors through, l---And. hs!p protect this Government, ;.' e ; . Thai's long protected fen; ., ;." How aa yon dly stay at horn,' " j ." ;." i ; Whjja aMiartihrooa; Sseessi ntmf t-. Ihesry wantwfan,boY; V. - -" WslI here's good BWMer JCotn on an d help to guard the r Each loyal heart.ahdold Pri-l'lT I Then stoa yow boasting, 0. . And all Vwnd the food old tUf- Doiit think to Wif ttenuitbrBV ' Mn. rfco?M to itrei It maka w alt ditoit T aorf, i ' "f. Jorochanuirnc.. .4 ... We Kka the awiform. tU tl us When yos enlist thea well like JWt If tnenilnWayosliaxbeye;''' r Why not be t soldier toot - . -; Too then scold ptsndlr lace ft fce, f What dressed laTfnioa blue; r Then...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 April 1862

X..itO.':yY. . WW .. 3 JAMES HARPER, EDITOR Volume XXVII. ASP PROPRIETOR. :.. . ' tl GALLIPQL I S , tp H I O, TRUT IT AND -JUSTICE." APRIL 10, 1 8 62 . 1:50, IN ADYAKCE. Number:21. MY LOVES; OR, A BACHELORS REMINISCENCES. I was free from the arrows that sped from Cupid's bow, until the following summer, but when that time came round my former experience proved in sufficient to protect me from the darts shot to my heart by a pair of soft blue eyes. One beautiful Sabbath morning I wended my way, with slow and easy steps, to the little meeting-house. The morning was glorious, beautiful. Nature smilednd laughed in holy joy ousness, revelling a the quiet beauty of that Sunday morning. The little violets, with their cups laden with the dew of heaven, reflected back the smiles I me bngni sun in weir n me mirrors: of dew-drops, the young birds thrilled joyously, as if in thanksgiving to the Great Bein who had made all so beau tiful, and the holiness and Sabbath still ness and serene quiet e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 April 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. KDITID AMV nTBLIBHID BT JAT1ES HARPER, fAt S1.50. inrariaWr is advance S. L. STEWART. Assistant Editob. WAAPOLIS.- .Tj'flCTCS '"" Vi" 'j&fififc&Ktm ' l FRtT"lfl. J P??- TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. your qstitm what would your own sense of propriety tea- yooT Tae ooeupnuoa any maa 'cb confer mo privilege 00 him, which otherwise. yu wwald indignnUr.'4eeIiae--The "goxi report of Ai Character" may well bedotabteaVho woaU (bifid himself behind the patriotic feelings of a' lady, to urge a eor resrmJenee she by ad means desires. - "S. B." "Honor sad Tak frem ao eondl tion rise." Ts labor in any sphere is not dis honorable. .If the psor fsrmer's wife 700 speak of, has nothing to regret but the want of "soft white hands," she a among the happiest . .. i- .- 11 v. proud of her. ".TJxto CTiRt"' inquires ,if they are not justifiable in discriminating in fa tot of die brave and noble soldiers, and against the base and cowardly home pets," and wants to know "how they are to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 April 1862

patriot, who Would stand up and say he ould e. glad to see this' glorious Re- Jroblic crumble to pieces,, provided fhe astitutioB of Slavery topple orer with it. ' There are better patriots amongst the -leaders of the- Souther - army. I Cheers. Tiere.re fieodt "m bell wbo laneh with ft what their com patriots are MHV,dojag in .tits our glo rious country. Mothers t I appeal to you to inspell into the minds of those whose intellect it is yours to mould, such patriotism as Browutow' mother Uught him. La dies! I appeal to you to teach jour brothers,-husbands, fathers and lovers, that there is no death so noble as his, who dies in defense of the honor and integrity of his own satire land. Let us then feirei baok'-bonilo the Govern- tnent in crushing but the ,nest of mise- rable thieving rebels, who bave driven out this aged minister, and treated our friends with such a whirlwind of indig nities and scorn, and with God's help a bolt hotter and more terrible than any that erer-found place ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 April 1862

POET'S CORNER. [For the Gallipolis Journal.] THE PILGRIM'S ENQUIRY. BY MISS R. ALEXIS. B. Tell .me t enow-finke soft end whte, .Id your floating downward Sight. Here ye not seen- - - -Snute place where taereers ever Some, Then honest men may find a heme. And stealth, has never been I ,Tn snow-ffs&e seemed a if suspended , A,bor the ground it was impended, . -- And baek and Swth was whirled; -At length it started ss-the Just u the breeze came whistling round, : And sighed not in this world. Tettmt, ye rtterae; ' - Thai on my roof Ilio f - I tfiar. coma chm f Where wheeding pediars do no aia, Whereweary PflgriaienKy goin-, , And mefcs aa end of tuna I ., ; The thunder stopped, tbe lightning ffuhed, Against the roof the raia-drope dashed, The waring boughs were riren. The wind stopped short, aa did tae nun. But with a dash went on agamy And answered yea m bearen. Oh sflrer. laughing, dancing streams. That in the moonlight softly gleams, Cant ya not tell Of some sweet, lonesome, rai...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 April 1862

r--f sin' I r-fl.i .:.! ' el V;'' 1-T - 1 A O r4 .4 r. - : ? , -f t i i -. , - ' 1 ! - P i .. . - tfcJH If.' J H!C7 T 1 .t. .ex . J JAMES HARPER, : EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. truth; and justice'.7?:'. i.v ADYAKCE.-.' V Volume' XXVII; ,GALIiIPOLISf: OHIO,? APRIL 17, 18 62. Number: 22. .-..'Hi f! : ..- '.'-Til J . J-- 1 t I I I JsW III I I 9 From Gleason's Pictorial. THE VILLAGE MILLINER: OR, CHANGING PLACES IN THE WORLD. BY GEORGE CANNING HILL. CHAPTER I. In a pleasant inland Tillage, which I Bball call Brcadbrook, and whose single street, with its neat rows of bouses on .either side, comprised nearly the whole place, lights were gleaming from two different bouses eacn on the opposite eide of the street from the other. It was erening in midsummer, dark, fainy, and excessively trying to pedes trians.. The entire day had worn a threatening looki and at sunset the fathering rain, discharged itself in free cods. -. Uarriage-wer'4lTta(f-nd splashing' through the mud in this di rection and the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 April 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. BDITIO ABO rVSUB9X IT JAIIES niRPER, f3Tkl 31,50, invariably in advance R. L. STEWART, Ashstaxt Editob. lift THURSDAY. : APRIL !7. 1B6t. TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. ' "Haime" Says she" is honored By the ad dresses of twe young fntleman, on whose MreaU are wealthy, ud upon whom b relies for enrtfort the other P00 hot worthy me- chaaia, who supports hi widowed mother and blind utter, by hU labor. - Which shall eheehoose? '5s ; ,' x A snarriage expressly for mosey etways nda unhappily. .Too treqaeatly . women marry because they think they nay hare no other chance, and dread becoming dependent. Whilst a few inch proTe comfortable, many would be far happier single. 1 Take the a chanie, Eatdee. A young man who snpporta his asother and sister, will never neglect a wife no.aever. "PounciAir" Ton ' are mistaken. -' Gen Sigel is not "a Democrat" nor "ever has been." Ea is a Republican,' and always acted with the Xepablieaa party. It is not neeesaary Bow, to inquire of the polit...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 April 1862

FROM PITTSBURG LANDING. DETAILS OF THE FIGHT. GEN. PRENTISS ESCAPED. ANOTHER BATTLE IMMINENT. [Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette.] Our reporter hai just arrived Pittsburg and furnishes the followim?:1 The attack' commenced about day break Sunday morning: ' Taylor'a bat tery and Waterhouae's battery opened the fight, Supported by the I3d Illinois on the right, the 77th Ohio supporting the left of Taylor'a, and the 63d Ohio supporting the left of Watterhouae'a. These, regiments belonging to Sher man's division, occupying the extreme - The Ohio regiments both of them ran. tfia seventy-seventh without firing a gun, thus leafing waiernouse wun out support. He fought half an hour, however, retreatine with only three guns. Capt. :Waterhouse waa wound ed in the thigh by a Minie bullet, but not fatally. His battery was Tery bad ly cot up. ' r ' r His' 1st Lieutenant, Abbott, was slightly wounded in the shoulder. Fitch; Chandler and Woodward, and fire gunnera, were also wounded. Tayl...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 April 1862

POET'S CORNER. POET'S CORNER. From the Atlantic for March. POET'S CORNER. From the Atlantic for March. VOYAGE OF THE GOOD SHIP UNION. BY OLIVER WENDELL BOLMEN. Tti midnight; through my troubled dream Loud wail end tempest cry ; Before tie gale, vita Uttered tail,' ' A ship goes plunging by. What namef Wbers boood? ? the rocks around Revestth loud halloo.' Th good ship Baioa, Sooth God help her and h er ere rd bound: And ia the eld flag flying still Th With That o'er your father'! flew, 'ith bsads of white and roar light, l j And field of tairy blue? . Ay! look aloft! iU folds fall oft ""nit-Tar Have braved the roaring blast,-?' - . And still ahaU fly when from the sky ' ThiahlaektypUeaiiapaMJ " r, . : , Speak, pilot of the storm tost baric, . . 7 , ;" May I thy peril ebareT O landsmen, these are fearM aeaa ' The brave alone may daref Nv, ruler of the rebel deep, What matters wind er wave? . i '.. The roeka that wreck your reeling deck Will leave me naught to aare ! 0 landsman, art t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 April 1862

U4..-T to5 J ! sv it, ...v. y r.. i T . i.-.r.-.-! .,-- JAMES-HARPER, EDITOR AM) PROPRIETOR. , . - :: "TRUTH AND JUSTICE." $1:50,.IN ADYAKCE. " Volume. l; xxvii. ;":-! rV .i ti - GAL LIPOLISV O HIOV APRIL 24, 1862 . Number 23. fl GEN GRANTS OFFICIAL REPORT. THE ACCOMPANYING REPORT OF GENERAL SHERMAN, CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN GENERALS GRANT AND BEAUREGARD IN REFERENCE TO THE DEAD. GENERAL GRANT'S REPORT. HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF WEST., PITTSBURG, April 8, 1862. PITTSBURG, April 8, 1862. Capt. N. H. McLean, A. A. Gen. Dep't of the Mississippi, St. Louis, Missouri— souri -, , . . . 1 r,Dciif It hornmpi fflT dnlv affftin i oreWt another battk. fought between two greatf armies; one contending for the maintenance of tba best Govern ment ever devised, the other for its destruction. It is pleasant to record the success of the army contending for tbe former principle. On Sunday morning our pickets were attacked and driven in by the enemy. Immediately the five divisions stationed at this Dlace ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 April 1862

5ALLIP0LIS JOURNAL. XDITS AID rrBlIBHRD BT JATIE8 HARPER, gZTlH 51.50. invariably in advance; R. L. STEWART. Anriirr Ebttob. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, s APRIL ti. 1862. TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. "PonzmrmB.' General Halleek iu born ia Sew Tork, educated at Weat Point, and has occupied several Important civil and military positions. He ia fine lawyer, very wealthy, aad only 43 years of ag His father at tie age of 100 yean, ia bow tiring in the village f Western, near Utiea, JTew York. . .; - "Ito." General Giant ia a native of Ohio, a graduate of West Point, and only about 40 yeara of age. He ia a man of few words, ex treme asodesty, and great humanity. Hie coarse daring thia war is one which will adora the brightest page of hiatooy. Gen. Boell also a native of Ohio, aged 43 years, graduate of West Point, and been ia active service for twenty years. He is a man of great physical powers, light hair, blue eyes, slow to move. bat terrible in action. "J. H. Z" The subject of your eommnnT cation ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 April 1862

HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM CORINTH. THE REBELS AT PITTSBURG 100,000 STRONG. The St. Louis Democrat says. We have just had a talk with one of the federal scouts woo was in ionmu on the Saturday preceding the battle of Pittsburg. He sava the rebel army which marched out of that place to the attack eonld hot bare been less than 100,000 men. He endeavored to reach the Federal lines in time to give the warning of the impending danger, bat found it very difficult to pass the rebel lines. " He finally succeeded by going on the cars as far as Ink a, but then fonnd himself beyond reach. He hastened on, however, and saw the bat tle on Sunday and Monday. Among the dead on .the battlefield be Recognized the body of Lient. Doug lassTVtrmely of this city, who fought in Bowen'a brigade. He saw m. num ber of St. Louisiana while at Corinth, among whom were Dr. Hammersley and . B. Savers. . He says there are no fortifications at or within four miles of Corinth. Pea JUdge, however, is strongly guarded by b...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 April 1862

For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES ADDRESSED TO MISS REWENA A. BLANKINSHIP. t- Tboogfc only through tha type aud pen '. 7 '- Out friendship ha arose, , O-'may ittiue through life extend , " The same uato it close, . . .. , It has not Wn our happy lot ; " ' '" In social scene to meet, " But friend! whan sundered hr apart,' r 1 ' Their heart with friendship greet, Although Ivevr seen thy face, f' Tet oftime read thy name, - ., When o'er the page my eye hare traced " Thy line before them came. Taeea heart with k ind ns l!er : And talent well displayed, With kindness, lore aad sympathy Thy poem are arrayed. r Could wishes of mine avail thee aught, TJrv Bfe horid happy be, .- And free from all turmoil and eare, Continual pleaenre sea. - JIy health bloom tir npon thy check, . --And fame adorn thy brow. And lovely flowers around thee liae. To cheer thy path below. O! may a long and useful life Unto thee here be given, And free from every eare and strife. Find a home in heaven. M. J. KERR. P...

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