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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 June 1862

"1 - .. - -. .4 -. 7 ax m JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. : 1 . tl TRUTH AND JUSTICE - V- . . . t ' 6 1:50 IN . ADVANCE. . ... . , - . . ; ,,t. a ... Volume XXVII. Gl LLIPOLI S, OHIO, J1TIV E 12, . 18 62 v Number 29. mp ir-:- - s-. --'.-- ' 1 I I IES . Ill ..;r -: . I t For the Gallipolis Journal. GEORGE ELMER'S BRIDE; OR, THE REFORMATION OF ROSE HILL COLLEGE. BY LELIA V. BRIENT [CONCLUDED] CHAPTER V. Oa his way to the field George met with two of his friends, Frank Lakes and Hugh Elliot, clerk in the store of Bradley & Co. . "Hi, George," said Frank, "I am in possession of a piece of property of yours which doubtless you will bebsp- VT t recover, -i . . i "What do you mean," said George, "yon seem to speak in riddles." "I will soon unravel the riddle," said Frank, drawing a gold locket and chain from the breast pocket of bis eoaL . "Where did you get it," said George, in evident confusion. "Snatched it from a young lady , in a scuffle." "That's enough," said George, "I und...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 June 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. IDITIB ABB PffBLIBBIB BT J ATIES HARPER. fWM 91.50. invariably m advance R. h. STEWART. Awbtakt Edito. TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. "SoibimI Tf our ease" U a hard one, bnt of TrCqltfent 6CTJrrcn&.''TJ-nder erfifing circum stances it leeassonavoidaife: ' Bear patiently -vith it for few jnoBtns.laDger-.,,. ; .!...' Ta patzb." T$e expenses of tfie Quar termaster's Department at Gallipolis, may have reached dnringtbe month of May, 130, 1000 per daf.f -If ao, it was rauied py the great ' influx of mules and horses, which were landed 'herein that month. ' The ordinary expenses 'of the 'pest e could 'not'state, lot 'probably not brer f20,0(KJ monthly, including steam boats. ' " ' 5 ;'- - "HosmAL. All matters you speak f will be under charge of the Surgeon, or Medi eal Director. - As to salaries, we cannot inform you. Hake early application ia order to be successful., '.-, PL.-. W.' The best time for setting out Atraw berries in this latitude, is the end of February or beg...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 June 1862

THE FALL OF MEMPHIS. e f-v-'. V "i 1 r-.t.f.' Spinted .Gunboat and IUb Encounter r rr ii wj mi UaKaI ik a ra i ua me vuj " troying Each. ..Other Our -Fleet of Fire Gunboats and AljfUt o T- V. TJ- RhI Ttui l Kiffht in - U-Humber The Rebef ?am 'Beaure- .gard. Sank by the Monareh Tbe Little Rebel ilakea V Dash At th'fijlon--,';arch- but. Disables the Genera! Price InsteatfTbe 'Gen. fnee. I ires on our Fleet "birt':Hita5 the" Rebel Gen. O'iLoTell The Jeff. Thompson Pun i .Ashore and Burned The Remain-Irig Rebel Boats Retreat down' the ' River Tbey Are Pursued and three Captured Escape of the Rebel Of-. ficera Com. Davis Requests the Surrender of Memphis The Major Complies at Once Peaceful Reception of Our Forces' in 'That' City ' Indianians on Guard Fire Steamboats ' Captured Unfinished Gun- -' boat Burned The Place Quiet ' Martial Law Hardly Necessary Six Thousand National Troops at Baton Rouge A Rebel' Paper's Description of the Fight, f ; rCArao-June 8. The regular packet Platte Vall...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 June 1862

POET'S CORNER. KITTY'S CHOICE. A YtiKiT oTd fitfmer was AbaoTum Lee.' He bad but on daughter, hi mischievous nutty; So far and so Mod sad ao rentle wa sfcc That Isves aaate weeing from country end city; - r The first and Cra boldest to ask for Ber hand Was a trimly dieased daady who worshiped her 'tin;' -Sberepliod with $auk t could veil vBder stand, ' -That the'd marry uht ofh Kr The next wu merchant frm basinees re tired, . - . .' Bicn, goaty and graft preannung old (inner; Toung Kitty' fur form urd sweet bee he ad- mired, ; Ad thought to himself, "I eaa easiTy win her." So he showed her hi palaee,and made a Muff Bow, And said she night five there, bat wickedly Kitty UM him she tang ag made a rash vow, 'Not to marry a tear fir the take of hit aen; A mint eame next: he was fearTes and bold In claiming hi right to Mis Kitty's affee tie; , . He said she'd not want for home wb3 his eofd Could pay for a cabin to give her protec tion ! Half vexed a km boldness, but eslm in trice, . She ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 June 1862

fffilf ' .1 .J I JAMES HARPER, EDITOR' MD PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND JUSTICE." $1:50, IK ADVAKCE. Volume XXVII. GALLIPOLIS, O II I O, J UN E 2 6 ,1 8 62 . Number 31. ill THE RICHMOND BATTLE. Tbe Ch'ickahominy to have been the Grave of tbe Union Tbe Rebels Attack in Overpowering Numbers Casey's Division Tbe Rebel Loss Greater tban onr own HeinUel- man's Fore-thought. We give below a very aeearate and detailed account of tbe great battle be fore Richmond It supplies all tbe min utiae tbat tbe official reports entirely omit; and its vivid description gives a clear idea of tbe terrible fight. [Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune.] SAVAGE'S STATION, June 4, 1862. TTbe Chickahominy is tbe drain of a swamp. Tbe stream is deep, tboagb sluggish. Densely timbered, marshy land fringes it on either bank. Tbe rebels bad gathered; enormous reser voirs of water by the use of dams, as a weapon of military offense north of tbe Richmond and York River Rail road bridges. When the awful 1 rains of last Wed...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 June 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. SDITIS AH rUBLISBIB BT J A TIES HARFEB, f3TAt 91.50. invariably m advance R. L. STEWART. Iditoi J Li, V L ' " .i i 1 r a i , THURSDAY. r JPNE 28. 186. X la the , campaign , about to. be pjntagaIn8i;OwJldiD;pl6tralionJ be' war by tbe . jrecwnagrf .asu Yallandigbamers of Itho'tforlkj there Are two solgecU upon wtfen the changes' witf be played as on Tj5arp of a thous and jtrmge."- These ere.emsncipatkin and taxation.-,, The first- of then w3I be sub-divided into- negro e quality, bml boSh inenrtfed ra the sweeping term Abolitionism. In order to cover up the consummate demagogueism of men who are to eontrol tho . machinery, the name of Democracy" ia invoked, coupled with a loud zeal for the "Union as K was, ' and the Constitution a it in. The daj has passed when the masses of the North can longer -, be gnHed by any such sophistry,-' The -stern realities of this.terrific war, late edneated them heybndlthe point, where such doctrines pass current; Tbe treacheries and ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 June 1862

[From the Cincinnati Gazette, 23d.] NEWS OF THE DAY. The intfllTiiefeca froiaiha itfajy ble Richmond cromises an early attack in the rebel capital.' General McClellan haa-latA'-TeeeiTei renforeYmein; amoaotiag to near fifty tbwaeatid n& On the jetHDia wnoie amyr witn . exception of ' a 'single 'dirfeibn." lad croM4ithe CbioVahoraiDi.'HenrT J. Raymond dos nbt believe, the rebel ar. nu-aonnta "orer 100.000 affectlre men.: and" It malB0t JxcSs'ed 75,000. .' ftt. doubtta etoteTtalntd iff the result of attack wEeblt takes place; and the cor - resrjon&ntBsav General' McClellan will make il'Verr aoon.' Mr. Raymond final atrusrgle likely to ccnr last week., but save it eannofbe Metnoned bevanA this week. : Itfaf Wbe hdped that Rich - monq , wui s suvacea oeiare Jackson makes another,, demonstration against Washington. ji .: ts Dispatches this morning, state that General Rb'rnlid linA aJri'at "STew - bern, and waa abont to enter upon some important military operation. ' ' ' There -i ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 June 1862

POET'S CORNER. POET'S CORNER. [BY REQUEST.] [For the Gallipolis Journal.] FLOWERS OF THE GARDEN. Of the flowers that grow in th gardes, ha The pink and the violet biua, t -; The reee with itt met smelling odor, Aoswering a bright ariatMB Ma. '. I find there is virtue ia flowers. . The pietnre of beauty ia there, I lore to baak in their odors, When diffused in the morning's bright sir. I lore to hear the bird tinging, Thst skip from limb U bmb, - ii Their melody brings o'er me rapture, And I drink sweet Dleaaaree i. . '-. But 1 have fcuad eot a secret sTnknowa to the feathered tribe, ' Although in spring they hare friendship, aeh m claims hie sew wedded bode. I've thought on die birds and the flowers, And they are the emblems of lore, - Bat we have no plainer picture ' Than the innocent eoo of the dove. " Now let me muse on a flower That grows in the garden of lore, Sweeter by tar than the rosea .More innocent qaiu than the dove. .. . .- One that Baa gained my affections. I love her ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 July 1862

' - r : r'-J-T 7..:"-. yst :... ! y r " r . if.i ! K.it ?- T T.. i JAMES HARPER,'. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND JUSTICE.": $1:50, IN ADVANCE. Volume XXVII. GALL I POL IS, OHIO, JULY 3, 18 62. Number 32. lit I I El 4 a. IV IBB 1KB I S. S I I tM V From the Atlantic Monthly. PERE ANTOINE'S DATE ROOM. A LEGEND OF NEW ORLEANS. A LEGEND OF NEW ORLEANS. I. It m useless to disguise the fact: Miss Badeau ia a RebeL Mr. Beauregerd'e cannon bad not done buttering the walla of Sumter, when Miss Badeau was packed op, la belled, and aent North, where she baa remained eTer since in a sort of aro matic, rose-colored state of rebellion. She is not one of your blood-thirsty Rebels, yoa knew; she baa the good cense to shrink with horror of she bare mention of those : heathens . who, at Manassas and elsewhere, wreaked their unmanly spite on the bodies of dead tieroes; still she is a bitter little Rebel, with blonde hair, superb eyelashes, and two brothers in the Confederate eer ice, if I may be al...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 July 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITED 1I FTTBLI8HXD BT J AWES IIARPER, gyAt 91.50. hi variably in advance R. L. STEWART. Amman Em to a. . ,. rw OALLIPOLIS. -THURSDAY JULY S. 1862 'NoncK The Unfon Central Com mjUecof Gallia County are repeated. to meet at the-Court Hons, in Gallf polis.on Saturday. July 12, ; 1861, at f b o'clock A. M. let all ettead. .. , ' ' -' Oor worthy fellow eitizen Opt Jeirif Heisitxr has just returned from a risit .to the city of Memphis.' ' He stain that Union sentiments prevail, and that thB oflke of the PttTot Mar shal is surrounded t aH ho era ef the' day by ' crowds, willing and anxious to take the. oath of allegiance.,,,. The change ..in sentiment is most remarka ble. No city of the South eontained more blatsat fire-eating seeeshers than Memphis. ,To her belongs the execra ble infamy' of burying the Stars and Stripes at the foot of Jackson's atatae. Every indignity sbat conld peeubly ' be offered to1 the Federal flag, has been perpetrated In' Memphis. Her mixed1; ...

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 July 1862

LATE FROM NEW ORLEANS. The Bombardment of Baton Rouge— The Provocation—A Flag of Truce —An Example Made of the Guilty— A Morning with the Military Commandant of New Orleans. of New Orleans. NEW ORLEANS, Wednesday, June 18. JJa theJrthipY the BrookrB,, tbe .Oneida, .the liwjnojs.he Sciots, . tbe'UibfckMj,the Penbla,' in Keu Deeo ..proceeded? op.-. .! . Miasiesipjji from xtniar-ci.yr their Way to Baton Bo.Katebtr.and' Vfkba.v At the dSffertnr towns "slope the rivef fceoW wPsrcve it was deemed desira ble; boat a were IsAded, : ud officers nd men goioj aebore were1 treated lind'aud,; fojianjrpetarieesi. eordi lly.1j;;tfe.ipfjltaBtr t At tie place was the receptioa'of.ionr fareet more Ceartjlr inanjfeste4 '- tbH7Ttt Baton Kbtige. JTLe'8eetlin dne'onr8e 6f time. proeee3ed: -to 'Na(chet,' Vbicb place sunvtllsft a Ibey passed op to Vicksburg; ad it wa tfcers decided-, as thfe1astfctt)d -plsee threatened re sistance, II at it would M aarhrg of life nd property to ; appear, beiore uw tew, wit...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 July 1862

THE STORY OF SUMTER. BY HOWARD GLINDON. THEN. Over sea and ever city slowly crept the saTIe All the splendor of rtfc dawning by a grow ing shadow curst; ' And the sunless sky that sphered ns nursed a tempest yet nibora. : ' - Eat we waited an the Battery for an tier. sunn 10 Durst . , . - - . i . ' Vi.V Grim, defiant, a aoae olden warn or eTad in chilly Kail, . ' Sullen, signless silence brooding o'er ita weather-beaten face; From its brow the vapor rifted by the freshen- ing eastern gale, ' i Saw we Sumter, aa toe grayneaa af . the j morning waned apace. . Earihe sluggish day i shaken from Ha stiB- Bess byagrewf, . -The defiance ef the Southron spoken from the eanneai bnUh- - rn t Blazes eat the fiery rain from beneath its mofcv eowfc V t- -i And within he walls of Sumter falls tie gauntlets! the sooth !-..,. x -. ,n I No response unto the challenger Are they powerless to defyT But what flutters from (he rampart as the "rapor parts awayT ' Still their own insulted esters e'er the d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 July 1862

I ! y "iiy IP' Ijx JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND JUSfiGEiS:; :' V?'-!-vH::'::'' -'- '701:50, IK ADYAKCE. Volume XXVII. GALLIPOLIS, OHFOJ-'ULY: 10 18 62 V t, v Number 33. AFFAIRS ABOUT RICHMOND. v . . t ... m. n n ' , ItV r o Battle on Friday Important StrsU " i i7 .? r nrtii. gic jaoTcmrDi jbT.cuauun 01 tt nite House The Enemy Sererelr Be- pulsed Gefi HcClelUn's Massed South of the Chickshommi-ny The Enemy Drawn ont of his Intrenchmenls Onward to Kich- . mood. Correspondence of the Balitmore American. WHITE HOUSE, Saturday, June 28. The erents traoepiringr this point, fend in the army before Richmond du ring the psst four dtys, have been of such varied character and thrilling in terest, that I scarcely know where to commence or end the record in order to make them understandable to the general reader. Many who were eye- witnesses to these movements have fled off panic-stricken, (ally convinced that the wbole army before Richmond has been destroyed, and that Gen. Mc...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 July 1862

jm fiALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. SDITSD ABB PUBLISHED BT JATIES IIAUPCn, 37T At 91.60. rnvariaMv in adva-aee R. L. STEWART.- Amstaw Emtob. TftnjRSBiT.X-f r.rmr 10. 1 862 ; ' 2", "The mountain has labored and fcrnnrrht forth a mouse." Whilst the ar- ay near Richmond haa been engaged in a series of Jbloody amf disastrous bat (tie, the inicerUm retails of which bad .On IDS SIB aaj oi urj ww uecpso-aae -of gloom and' sorrow ever the land, showing mafiy . happy home in mourn -. , i r t i i4 y t i ing, the ITaJlinpighaiBers were hold ins high carnival in their so-called Democratic convention at Columbus. The chief conspirators were Vallandig- ham arid Sim- Hedary. The former made a speech1 on Thursday evenhrg, perfectly in keeping with, Lis . treasona- proclivities!. ''As a mass of infamous slanders; gigantic lying, and wholesale Abase of the jidmimstra,ti6n. it stands pre-eminent oyer every thing yetoffered by the ' rebels or their friends.- Even Jffeltt or Wigfalf wonid bare -consitf-erea themse...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 July 1862

NEWS FROM THE REBEL SIDE. 'The Richmond Press Admit a Defeat on Tuesday The Rebel Army Ter ribly Cat tXp-rOne Division Loses t 8,000 ont of 14,000 No. Figbling . Sinee Tuesday McClellan Largely - Be-enforced. WASHINGTON, July 4. The gives the following relating to the battle I vondty it says, '-on 'auaaay , morning Generals Hill and Long treat, with their divisions, erossed the Chick - hominy, and lata Monday afternoon attacked the ' enemy, about lire miles -taorth. of Darleytowd, "oft the New .Market road. .... "The conflict was terrible, and by B V. M. tne enemy naa txen driven back h mile and a half.; Atfei. beW heavi ly re-enforced, the enemy made another Stand. Iht loss here on the Kebel side ,wa terrible tha-situatioa being hope less against. aucit; overwhelming forces. " "Gen. HftUlowj J retired at this no meot. Seeing, tbeir adverssry retire hn most vociferous cheers arose from he . whole Yankee line.! The i fight ended for the night." - The Examiner feays it thinks the divi...

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 July 1862

POET'S CORNER. [For the Gallipolis Journal.] TWILIGHT. Whea tiriliptrt ttroTTB iU abodes around, And day sicks to repose, v Ti then th calmest boor will eosse, i Just at the evening' dose, j . ii - - ' k O", then aovmjads will wander eff ! . Oa friend teat's far awsy, ; i And thought of by-gxne boon of bluer Come with the losing day. There's naught so eaTnv as the eventide. When the soft and ailent bteete Ii chanting of a heavenly ley, . I Among the flewert and tree., . We We so wam in thia sacred boor, - t And Bins on the eeene around, : . UTien aU satares BU&ed in eala repose, Save tie sepbvr'a gentle sound. TTben the bright and golden n, , . Has shed hu last bright ray, , Still throwing back a golden tinge, . To cheer the .closing day. v r v ; - Bnt soon the tinge of the ainking inn, Will fcde tea lighter hue. And a myriad beet of twinkling stars, Will deck tie heaTenly bine. t t . And a we gaze on the glittering stars. That decorate the sky, ' Our mind wilt wander tar above....

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 July 1862

V - - - ' JAMES. HARPER, EDITOR MD PROPRIETOR. : ;."1RUTH 1KB JUSTICE." ,.-14 ' $1:50, IN ADVANCE. Volume XXVII. GALL I POL I S v O IIIO, J ULY 17 1 8 62. . - .- Number 34. f Kit ;? I ;v i :l'lf -ft 1 :MilSlii THE FOURTH IN NASHVILLE. beitch or Got. Johssoh's ' Speech, '. FROM TBI PORCB OF TBI CaPITOL, ot thx Night of th Fourth SoUTHERB RePTJDIATIOH VS. NORTH xrw Negro ' Stealing Trraso . Must n Made Odious, akd Trai TORS IMPOVERISHED. THE FOURTH IN NASHVILLE. [From the Nashville Union. ] Governor Job n son ' being long and loudly called for, appeared amid deaf tblng and enthusiastic cheering. He said it bad been his zed determination bot to apeak again in Nasbville without reparation. He bad spoken so often n this place that be feared bis remarks would grow stale. . Shouts of "Go on! eo onP' He came bere to-night to listen to a distinguished gentleman, wbo was prevented by sickness from attend Ing, and with no expectation of speak ing himself. Bat as no one else seemed to be willin...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 July 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL; DITID AB PVBUBHXB BT JAMES niBFER, 3TA.t 91.50. invariably in advance B. L. STEWART. Asson-AST Enrol. ; gaiaxpolis.; .TBUHSDAY--: JULY 17. 1861 TO THE YOUNG MEN OF GALLIA. f-THe President" has .ealled -for 300,000 'more mei to extinguish tbil crusade ' ne w waging against liberty. i Oar patriotic Governor . has ' nobly seconded the call: The young rrren of the conn try are expected to respond to it with becoming alacrity -.and zeal. Those who are able, and whose circum stances will, admit of taking np arms in defence of their eon ntry and fail to .do so, bare but two- excuses and they are these: First, that they are hostile to the Government, and sympathizer! with seces sion. ' Second, that they are cowards and afraid to venture, within sound f eannon balls. We do not beliere this can be said of the yoong men of Gallia county. If so, then life is more pre cious than honor, personal convenience and profit.more sacred and imperative than patriotism. This cannot be ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 July 1862

FROM WASHINGTON. Visit of the President to McClelian'a Headquarters Hi Rumored Views He Addresses the Soldiers lie publican Address Committee Gos- - sip abont Gen. Halleck and the Sec retaryship of War A General Ex change of Prisoners Determined on. Niw Yoke, July II. Tb ftibnne says: . ; , ; , The President returned to Washing ton last evening. Kotbing has trans pired as to his action while with Gen. McClellan. Our letter from Fortress Monroe says he went to see for him self, and learn at rhannraa n ff iL. I. "" needed; that all was pom? army were on satisfactorily; the troops were well rau, .I1U .H.HJ, w a man, tor an- other fight. ine new position is im Dreenable. .". -i The Burnside re-enforcements have nil gone up the river. They are in fine health and spirits, splendidly dis ciplined and efficient. Burnside is an intimate friend of McClellan, and be next in command . " Another correspondent learns " that on the arrival of the President at Har rison's Landing. Gen. McClellan, w...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 July 1862

POET'S CORNER. THE DRUMMER BOY. BU ETHEL LYNN. "Captain Greytt mem itt!ii' y would wactadruroroer lad. fj SoIVebronghtyouinyboy Saudi, i; Tho nay bear is worn sad. f Bat nu bread is left to feed as, j , And nse tiller to boy more, - i For tbi gudemaa sleeps forever Where the heather blbMom o'er. Sandie, male your man sen quickly, ; Play Tour blithest meaaore true, Gi us 'Flower of Edenboro' While yon fiferplaya it, too ' -CapUia, heard ye e'er player . ' . v , Strike i in truer tune than her ' r "Nay, in troth, brav Sandie Murray .'-Drammer of cur earpe shall be." ' I ' i ' 1, ' 'I git ye thank but. Captain , may be - Te will hae a kindly ear For the friendles lonely laddie, '"T" When the battje wark ia aair; . .'. For Sandie'a aye been good and gent! 1 And I've nothing elss to love, , "' Nothing but the grave off youder' And the Father np above." Then her rough ban lightly laying On the earl-encircled head. . She bleeaed her boy. . Tba tent waa ailent . And no other word was said; ...

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