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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 July 1862

r I 11 ll 1 i JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND JUSTICE. ':1:0,;IN ADVAKCE. Volume XXVII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JULY 24, 18 62 Number 35. - 1 LETTER FROM LT. GOV. STANTON TO MAJ. GEN. W. T. SHERMAN. BELLEFONTAINE, June 23, 1862. ' . m rtJj. .1 - 'ttj " JT'vr-,mH' VJ Volunteers, Sik: Tour letter of the 10th, dated "Camp in the Field, near Cbemalia, Tennessee," in manuscript, (with da- plicate in the Cincinnati Commercial.) wss received on Saturday, the 21st lost. I congratulate you on naing isl( one whom you are willing to re- ognize as your "peer, and bold re- sponsible for the charge thai our army Was "surprised" en the field of Shilob, on Sunday morning, the 6th ot April last. - Tou do me altogether too much hop- . or, however, in assigning to me a nign-Uj, 'wooaiuoa jnaa.woiniQu -vi uvucib, both in and oui oi me army, wuu u" ( made tbe same charge in much more direct and offensive terms than were used in tbe letter to which you refer. The country in which I reside bad i...

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 July 1862

fiALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. ZDITBD ABB- rPBLIBHXD BT JAMES II1BPEB, 3Atf 1,50. invariably in advance R. L- STEWART Assistant Editob. - GAlXirOLJS. THURSDAY. JULY 2. 1862 yTbe object dearest to. the heart of every honest man, is the speedy ter mination of this . rebellion. It is. "a consummation devoutly to be wished." To this end, all good men are striving night and day.1, 'All; parties 'in the North, profess an intense desire to have it brought ' about at .once. This being the case, we confess our surprise at the vote in the House on the Confiscation und Emancipation bill. The vote stood 82 to 42.. Republicans almost to a man for it. Democrats equally unanimous against it. t . ' " For one year past, the war has been carried on upon conciliatory principles, on part of the North, and by the South with the utmost degree of malice . and vindictive cruelly. . Erery offer of con ciliation has teen rejected with acorn. Protection to rebels, and their property, afforded by Union soldiers, has bee...

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 July 1862

THE NEW PENSION LAW FOR THE THE NEW PENSION LAW FOR THE PRESENT WAR-THE PAY PER MONTH TO DISABLED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES .... t . Both Houses of Congress have just agreed on the following pensions for total disability for officers, non-com- . . re ? j t missioned omcers, musicians bdu pro rates, employed in the military serrice, whether regulars, rolunteert or militia, and in the. marine corps, since the 4th of March 1861: . t Lieut Colonel, and all officers of a libber rani, $30 per month; Major, ftnf i Con Captain, 20 per 1 . month; let lieutenant, 911 per montn; and non-commissioned officers, musici ans and prirates, 98 per month. Tbe pension for total disability for officers, warrant or petty officers, and others employed in the naral serrice of the United States, shall be as follows, riz: Captain, ' commander, ' surgeon, pay master and chief engineer, respectively ranking with commander by law, lieu tenant commanding and master com manding, $30 per month; lieutenant, surgeon, pa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 July 1862

POET'S CORNER. From the Philadelphia North American. ON BOARD THE CUMBERLAND. MARCH 7TH, 1862. "Stand to your guns ; fcen," Mom eried Small need to pa japie ward; - Onr mn at quartet aged themseWca- - Before th dram wa heard. ' . i And then begun the sailors' jests,- "What thing if that, I teyV - "A long-ehore meeting-bouse adrift , , I standing down the bayl A frown came orer Morrii' faee; The strange dark eraft he knewj. r "That is the ion Merrimae, , Manned by a rebel ) So abot tow fan. aarf peiat them sbnignt; Before thie day goes by. ' We'll try of wkt her mefTt made," A cheer was our reply- Remember, boys, thia flag of our Has aeldem left ita place; And where it fall, the deck it strike ( Is covered wiU eUsrraee. 'I ask bnt this; or sink ar rwim. Or lire or nobly die, My Ust light upon earth may be- To tee that ensign fly P Meanwhile the shapeless iron maa ; Came moving o'er the ware, A gloomy a a pawing hearse,. At ailent aa the grave. . Her porta were closed; from atem to st...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 July 1862

-Mr i JAHES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRETOR. "TRUTH AND JUSTICE." 81:50, IN ADVANCE. Volume XXVII. GAL LI POL IS, OHIO, JULY 31, 18 62. Number 3G. U III ! ! THE FIRST WRONG. My story open in a flew England sitting room. There were three persons present. Let me introduce them in order. First, there was Deacon Holbrook, an old man not far from eeventy now, with white hair, a tall, square form, and decided features. Next, hia wife, a motherlv old lsdy, with an expression of such calm benevolence on her face, as to charm all who knew her. Tel. at this moment, anxielv. erief and entreatv trailed for the masterr. Tha third figure in the tableaux was a young man With a frank, handsome face, of yeara exceeding twenty, who stood in the middle of the floor with downcast look, shrinking from the angry words which bis father tittered. "Henry," said the deacon sternly, Tou have discrsced yourself and me. a deacon of the church. You have em bittered the declining yeara of your pa rents." "Don't be t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 July 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. XDITEO A0 PCSIISHEB BT J A TIES IHRPER, yAt 51 ,50. invariably in advapae R. L STEWART, AssavAirt Editob. g.TJRgDAY, " rrULT SI. 1862 yTbe ftsrM-l,i sjhouhf knew oar doty,- Whither does TteaH-M?'rTo tbe bahkfield m defence if liberty',- BJ or aation and.as indiTiduaVor.to out va- alooa 'ueaspursmt'eonteit , witb tie enjoyment-of eveA limited-peace, within our own borders? Our readers cannot mistake the true issue.' This Jtepublic demands one united effort on part. of her people. .Her raters are ap pealing fervently and anxiously to as for men to reseoe br from imminent peril. ' The Presidant calls for 300.000, Jhe Governor- 0f Ohio asks for 42,000, md Gallia eounty is expected to furnish -260 men. The Government' seems on tbe ere of hurling Hs "combined powers and energies upon the foe. Our breth ren of the free States are every where sespoadiog to this call with alacrity. -Illinois has already more than her quota. TWother States are hurrying fo Count less number...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 July 1862

Army Correspondence. CAMP BANNING, Harper's Ferry, July 16th, 1862. Jas. Hakpr- Da Sib: I hare been threatening every day for the past IrtriTllfTni L(l WIIM3 i IIUV va wv v iiv. Toffta!. and thus by on fear, let all tor friend, in "old Gallia'' know of my wberesbQUts, and bow I like soldier's i:r. t k kof fiT -in from general to particular things. Our Eegiment is the 87th Ohio. 1020 strong; and a finer looking Regiment 1 nerer baTe seen up to this time. . It is com posed almost entirely of the young men of Ohio, Lawyers, Doctors, College Btndents,' Clerks. Farmers, Ac. Our feld officers are the best and most efficient set of men. and the moat com- petent to take charge Of such a Regi - znentas the 87lh in'facL ttf cut. the matter short, all f .us, officers and pri-' worship them..i ifjol Banning the pride of the Regiment, an Ohioan by birth nidlJi siedlm.'.and ofi preposseaing appearaee;a eood na-'stationed tared, whole soiled "relar Burkeye." A. regard, hi. fighting qualities, he l...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 July 1862

POET'S CORNER. [For the Gallipolis Journal.] LINES LINES ON THE DEATH OF FREDERICK GINDER. When spring dine deneing o'er tbe hilla, And flowerets Sang oa every bough, : ' The yeathfo.1 blood leaped Larourk bia Teist And health bleoKcd fair open his brow. Bat silbe march of gammer hoars V Ceme like winged spirits gay, Like tome bright flower nipped ia the bad, He died ana pawed away. l i Hit life swift gliding Ble a stream Despite tha sorrowing friend ' who sought i To bold him tract tussy. . j ; The Savior had a need of him ? ; e Unknown k ns below. , t. And beckoning him to eroa death' Hot d, Prepared him well to go. ,. He left a land of mirth and song, - And sought Columbia's shore, ; ' ' Yet God did shield bit infant feet - r - Across the cocas' war. . -" When in onr land be seemed like some Stray melancholy smite, That left eld Germany to bloom . Upon onr there awhile. . But death in apeed withernel will, ' .Besought him. for the tomb, m And in few tbort honr he lay .". Amid it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 August 1862

JAtfES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND JUST-ICE. " 81:50, IN ADYANCE. Volume XXVII. G A L L I P OLIS; OHIO, AUGUST 7, 18 62. Number 37. 11 II il mi ENGLISH MANUFACTURERS AND THE TARIFF. [From the N. Y Herald of Thursday.] ! - The British journals come to hand full of frantic abnse of the United ' States, because the circumstances in which this country is placed hare com pelled Congress to raise the duty on for eign imports to an average of thirty - - - fire per cent. British manufacturers j "nave used this country for so many j 'years, as a sort of convenient recepta-. "'defer their surplus products, that : they seem U fancy they hare rested , rights in our markets, and that the j "jeople cf the United States are not en- ". titled to alter their laws without first .'obtaining permission from, Manchester .and Birmingham. ' If this country were - dependent eolony of England, ; "and the Queen enjoyed the right of "vetoing acts of Congress which con- ' flicted with the interst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 August 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITEB- ABB PUBLISHES BT 'JAMES IIAUPEK, JStAt 91.50. i nr ariably in advance R. L. STEW AST. Assistant Eimtob. GALLIPOLIS. , THURSDAY.,: AUGUST 7. 1868. UNCONDITIONAL Union Convention OF THE CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. A. Convention will, be held at the Court Howe, in the city of Portsmouth, On Wednesday, the 2Vh day of August, tor the purpose pf nominattBg a candi date for the 38th Congress. . The basis of representation one del egate for every 100 rotes for Governor Tod last fall. Gallia county n entitled to nineteen delegates. ' By order of the Union Central Com mittees of the counties of Adams, Scio to, Lawrence, Gallia, Viatoni and Jack eon. " y The preparatory steps to a draft in. Ohio are now being made. " The As sessors in the sereral districts are busily "US-B-" - men between 18 and 45 Tears of a are. The matter will thns be brought home to the attention of every man. It may be that before the close of the present month , the question will be decided. and e...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 August 1862

From the Cincinnati Gazette, Aug. 4th. NEWS OF THE DAY. n, rinmmitta who bar been con gulting; Goreroment in respect to the defense of the Ohio end Indiana bor der, and the preserTRtion of peace in Kentucky, hate proenred the appoint ment of a tienerai, woose ueauqusncra shall be Cincinnati. Inasmuch how r as no land force, howerer large, could easily prevent sadden guerrilla raids into some parts of so great an ex tent of country as the nonnern oanss of the Ohio from its mouth to Wheel iog and Pittsburg, the Committee hare annoht additional protection, as our Washington dispatches announce that a fleet of ten light arangnt iron-piaia gunboats, mounting two guns each, will be placed without delsy in the Ohio, and thus effectively preserve reaoe alone either shore. Gen. Curtis understands the art of war, and has the good sen 66 to pnt his Knowledge into practice, lhe Arkan sas harharians ere hep-innm? to find out that they have a General among them All atierrillfti are huncr np, all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 August 1862

POET'S CORNER. POET'S CORNER. [BY REQUEST] MANASSAS. Coxtosed r on or Ellsworth's Zocavxs, while a naom or was at Salwuet, North Cabolma. Since the day of tbe battle, when cannons di J rattle. Our bed haa been made oa the broad prison. floor, But ire bope oar kind friend, Unele Abe, will soon send -McClellan, or Butler, tepen tbe deor. TTe bare patiently borne, and continually learned, The missiles and slurs of our rascally crew, But we'll teach them a trick that will mak them feel sick. And their base act of treason they'll bitter- lyrue. The foul traitors will near such thundering cheer. As the Flag of oar Union we fling to tbe breeze, Jeff Davis wilt be routed, and Beauregard scouted, And twasan b banished' mr over the sea. Trbafs the use of our sighing, or foolishly crying, Tis patienee alone, that can alter our ease, let us hope for the best, and trust luck for the rest. Sing a song, and boldly stare Fate in tbe face. Tho fate went against us, and sorely appeas ed us, Bv leavin...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 August 1862

JIM S. V JAMES HARPER, , EDITOR Volume XXVII. AND PROPRIETOR. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO; TRUTH AND JUSTICE." AUGUST 14, 18 62 81:50, IN ADYANCE. Number 38. A FORAGING PARTY IN VIRGINIA. KENTUCKY CONSERVATISM. A tumorous writer in the Sunday Mercury gives this amusing illustration of eon6eryatism: . Upon quitting' tie Strawberry festi val I returned post baste again to Paris where I arrived just in time to start . with Capt. Bob Shortly and a company from the Come Section or the juacaerei Brigade on a foraging expedition. We went to look op a few straw beds or the feeding of the Anatomical Cav alry horses, my boy, and the conserva tive Kentucky chap went along to see that we did not violate the Constitution nor the rights of man. "It's my opinion eomraa, says Capt. Bob Shortly, as we started out. it's my opinion, my Union ranger, that this here unnatural war is getting worked down to a very fine point, when we can't go out for an armful of forage without taking the Uonslitution , along on an ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 August 1862

1BITII ABB FOBLTiHBB BT JAT1ES HARPER, 3TAt f 1.50. invariably ia advance R. L STEWART. AaurrAirr Tmft GALLIPOLIS. .3 f HJJRSDAY..;UGUS3L,14, 1868. X?Tk- war nseeting ia Gallipolis oa Mart Fridf.wee,l'omplete success, and passed off to the" entirei isUsfcetioB I "e? every toyaLpetriotio person present Al 6an early. tW.!sr, delegations ima'iiroWonntry with., hum tami, penners.laui in a wj abort tie. miltwB'iwaa: erfrwded with peopla.iij hVdTetof the pJeee we're' aetrra "ia jrep'aripg ", tu'mptuoua eptialion for th. .soldier and citiieaa. Uom.'J$ tsirttj. lOnr: patriotic-,, towasmaa, :Ur; -Reuben t A1ehir;hal kmdty granted the nse bf orchsrd 'on '3d ttreeC where, under ma snaao oi large appie trees, two w (hiea of great lepgth, aa alia aepeaher't , atand and aeata far the audience, wera -constructed try the members of ' tbs Jfrnmbbli " Guards, under, direction of "J liieuL fiiiman. -. -.! t: ,1 , The crowd aasemblad at about lOJ f. A. M., and tba eiemeier' commenced 'by an impressive ...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 August 1862

COLUMBUS, August 8. OHIO BRAVERY AT TRINITY, ALA. The following is an official account of an atta6Vmade upon Lient. Harman and twenty-fire men of the 31st 0. V. IJ by three bnndred and fif'j rebel cavalry, who met with a most deter mined end gallant resistance from our little band, and were finally repulsed. It is an additional testimony to the falsity of the Secesh braggadocia that a southerner can whip fire Northerners: : HEADQUARTERS, 31ST OHIO VOL'S., WINCHESTER, TENN., Aug. 3. Adjutant General Chas. W. Hill Gcrckal I beg leave to report that t hnnt A o'clock on the afternoon of , the afternoon of the S4th ult. Lieut. M. B. W. Harm an in command of . Co. E, 31st 0 E, 31st O. V. I., with one platoon of his company, num bering twenty-five men, including oon- . commissioned officers, who were sta tioned at a place called Trinity, near Decator, Ala., for the purpose of guard ing the Memphis & Charleston Rail Toad, were attacked by a force of rebel cavalry,' which numbered about ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 August 1862

POET'S CORNER. THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND MORE. 'rm- rrix. .v v l dred thousand more, I From Mississippi's winding abeam and f' We leave wives and children dear, Witb hearts toe fan for ctteraaee, with bat a sifenttenr- U" btB,Bd We arc coming. Father Abraham, three hu dred thousand more ! t t If you look across the biB-tops that meet ( . the Northern ikjr .. Dg Tl- And nowthewind, aa- iastaat, Sean tie cloudy veif aside, And floats eloftonrspaaglW nag in glory aaa . - in pnn. - - And bayonets in sunlight gleam, and bands bra re moiie pom We are coming, Father Abraham three nan - dred theusand more. Tea look aXt op our valleys, where the grav ing harvests shine, forminr into line: . And children from their mother's knees are pulling at the weeds And learning- how to reap and sew, against their country's needs; And a farewell group stands weeping at every cottage door ' v7e are coming, Father Abraham tfiree han- dred thousand Ten have sailed os, and we're eoming, by - . Riehmend's bloody...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 August 1862

t . j " : -?iV r-frr 11 JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume XXVII. "TRUTH ANDJUSTICE.'v; : $1:50,: IN ADYANCE. GALLIPOLIS, Q-H I Of A U G US T 21 1 8 62 . Number 39 r SSj ' t P ' VS vVy Iff THE MYSTERIOUS ORGANIST. A LEGEND OF THE RHINE. "Kind hearts are more than coronets. And simple faith than Norman blood." Years ago, at a grand old cathedral nvorlnolino' the Rhine, there appeared " "T"". . b-- . -. e - ir...HiMm.iAi poser, who had played the organ so lonir. bad suddenly died, and every- body, from the ling to the peasant, ho could be found to was wondering wno comu ir 11 his place, .i.an nn hntrni nKDDBiin IT. atrTnwr .ittinff at the crape ' - . 1 shouldered organ, He was a tall, l . i , graceful man, with a pale but sinking- ly handsome face, great, black, melan choly eyes, and hair Jibe the raven s wing for gloss and color, sweeping in dark waves over his shoulders. He did not seem to notice the sexton, but went on playing, and such music as he drew from the instrument...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 August 1862

GALLTPOLIS JOURNAL. DITIU AD PUBLI8HC0 BT J AWES HARPER, yAt 91,50. iarariablr in advance R. L. STETf ART. Amur Burros. GAIiLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : AUGUST 21. 1861. NxW RlGIMHT . FOB TBI SlCOXD District. Got. Tod on Saturday tut, directed the Military Committees of this District to meet at PorU month on the following Monday, and select toll able persons for officers of a new Regi ment, and recommend them to him for appointment. In pursuance of this order, the various Military Committees of the District assembled at the time and plsce specified, and selected the following officers for the JT7lh Regi ment: Colonel Chaaneey C. Hawley, of Ironton. LU Col F. M. Keith, of Jackson. Major Omsly. Adjatsnt T. S. Mathews, of Gallia. Gallia's quota for this Regiment is one company, and volunteering will be allowed nntil Saturday next, 23d inst., at which time it is expected the Regi ment will be made np. The Military Committee ask the aid of every loyal man in the county to lend a helping land to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 August 1862

WASHINGTON, Aug. 15. Ricnmono disnatch of tha 12th . . t r v J.r. in8U,Bie.iD..plam .. toao. of prisoner at Cedar Mountain das amrea, and like the rest of the prisoners from Pote, anuy U kept in ao.Lary cocao.- "New York has the fconor of having; ore.nred. equipped and put into the fiefd the firstVelentnndthePresi- Hunt's can i li ve . - was raised by Van Valkenberg and Diven, both memberr of Congress, who left the day after the President's call to commence raising troops. It appears that only half-way work was made with Gen. Benham after all. 1 1 ' J t Vitas 4 Am m iffoi am mm M WMoepn, Brigadier-General in the volunteer ser vice, bnt allowed to retain nis piace as Major of Engineers in the regular ar my, where it is supposed that, as he will hare in that position uo command of troops, it will be impossible for bim to do much harm, though yielding to liis prevailing weakness. Benham is in town in cilizens's clothes. Gen. King's force from Burnside's command, effected a junction wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 August 1862

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. TO MY FRIEND. BY ARMENIA. Bay pleasures crown thy every hoar. And snnshine light thy way, .And from thy mind may love's sweet power Drive erery care away. May heaven's blessings sound fty Bead, In eounttesa numbers lkH. And when among the brare thy name U wad. Hay it be admired by ale Msv thou nerer It nor what it is to bow t by head to grief or shame. Hay eare aet lightly on thy brow,. And thon anae to fiune. fay waves of trouble sever eome ' - To elond thy gentle bee, Sty thon with Jove and pleasure roam Amid the bowers of peace. ... May fame and honor o'er tiy fife Hang like a golden chain. And when thoo art done with cere and strife, May honor crewa thy name. M ay lore's pare fewer round thy heart In rich profusion grow, 2nd when from earth thou doat depart, '. May thon to a heavenly mansion get . Mzixxxvuai, Ohio, lSea. For the Gallipolis Journal. A SOLDIERS' SICK BED THOUGHTS. BY WILLIAM L. LONEBRAKE. In this lone chsraoer dark and dr...

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