ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Gallipolis Journal Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,509 items from Gallipolis Journal, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,509 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 October 1862

nsqa.aJi'J'g ,n"ilf-'V siijfodsni 1 - jfll f lifts J I .wwTA'rnwAiis so" lixa cs e?iMT of? i.-ii .o.-rnK; - "n .ami" : "SOT Bfl'i ' ' loJm&ii ar ,awsr indn r. r. . . . i to .aoryhwt ca i AIM '! jcwif 'i - t ' ' - -'' -T-r 7 JM'El liBBSB, EDITOR AlfB'PEOPRIETD T5V - - r ' .4 0' c w - taw o tx I r 3 0 0 . "."09 ft . Li?? .GIi li I POLIS, 0 HI jCr-jCHjG T O B BR 2 , i 1 8 62 I l8t" i.Bl- ill is Tsw -..t- ' -is 1 "V7nW III 'l-' M- 'ffl 1l.it- ( Iff vw w7C" II I "a - - " 1 T THE NEW ARCTIC DISCOVERIES. THE NEW ARCTIC DISCOVERIES. Arrival of Mr. C. F. Hall ot New London—Highly Important details of London—Highly Important details of His Expedition— Mountains of. Fossils Found—British Explorers Corrected Found—British Explorers Corrected —The voyage of the George Found—British Explorers Corrected —The voyage of the George [Correspondence of the N. Y. Herald] [Correspondence of the N. Y. Herald] BARK GEORGE HENRY, NEW LONDON, September 13, 1862. Tbebwk .George Henry, CspUin -S.LOSdddinj'...

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

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. XBITJ5D JLItD FtTBLMHID BT J A WES I1RFEK, jyAt 81.60, inrariablr ia advance R. L. STEWART. Ajestast Emto. GAIiLIFQLIS. tjRSDY..,,: r)QT, 2. 1862. Union State Ticket. " i? "nf"CuvabtKra'., 3 ..escjoTABT,, ob .sTAiaw?-. -CBAXJNfcEtidLlis; ot jtrankiln. t.U-,.,CHOQI, eOWMIWOBZS, " ' WILLIAM.. Dv BENKLE, ? ' . bjrZWafrenif "''X -.A- ,oIltoVoTJis' ..v.,. JOHN J-tlfOjiY L--, ; . - tE-i8cjob.'j '!2 s:? !T;FY Cbngrfts?r J T- " r . . : 1.' UNION County Convention. t -.or-t . -V 3" J." ... ' Ji;b8.y njoir.ffiJ3 pt. tfaiua coBnty are jreqested to maet-at. the-usual placet of Jstngoilftetiew. in' their respective owtbtp8,Ton' - . . 8AJUBPAY. OCTOBER 4lb, "al'.JJ pcIock. P., 1L, and prpce ed'to aeieot iwo,.delegatea from each township, to axpreseBt .th'em In a; County'Convention, to' beheld in Gallipolrs, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 7th J6S2, atjIO o'clock A. M., to putin nomina tion the several candidates to. be voted for at the ensuing elections.- By -order of the Union Central C...

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

IMPORTANT FROM AUGUSTA, KY Place AlK&SSSy" tkWWt,a Satur- day Tig(H.Iefc"8I, b7 Home RfM ';" in.their Rptrailt. T IMPORTANT FROM AUGUSTA, KY [Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette.] IMPORTANT FROM AUGUSTA, KY [Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette.] AUGUSTA, Ky. Sept. 27. 1862. j rsi.altack.wj bv a Dortion of them' on the steamboats tboogteffiewira weVe'Jb'orfipley rid dled wUnlmtm3&dHnhe shots, they roadeflhtir escape withont any pe'raori 'ttron?, with lwo; caaBoaflnder .coaar ,iKid.:of' Bryi)Hager brother of 'Colonel - J$n',, Jfbrg'aty V ttfwVei&lr this afteVnbotf.'lleir'arAlUck.waaa3e -pe.Duri.- Jvwe BeaBume ."Sf fta-irce b-ecr6 AV'of iwju.ub F.ruw force under Cambering' 120 men,-the most of whom took refuge ,in,ipe jiouses ana nrea from Itie win'dows 'with deadly effect on the rebels, killing and wounding niety men. Amongst the killed are three Captains,; one pf ,them -proajjger brother o'f1 Morgan; AWongltthe mortally' wounded is the 'Lktftenant Colonel in, co...

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

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES ON THE DEATH OF MAJOR JOHN T, HALL OF THE For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES ON THE DEATH OF MAJOR JOHN T, HALL OF THE 4TH REGIMENT VIRGINIA VOLUNTEERS For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES ON THE DEATH OF MAJOR JOHN T, HALL OF THE 4TH REGIMENT VIRGINIA VOLUNTEERS ROWENA A. [...]. 0i!o smiUd thejanlfci asaJsvt9, On that cnitM iff, y -' yatar rmtfaad bask g wMNl tA And sboss la MmhrMrt" 7 A .1 i-...G..-.f .-.-V That os to "Jifc Kk" W, i-w-7ifty brave at w M. And Hall . Obt ntaeitmiv ijBBV Dark esgel hovertd Mar," And in sfcw short hwBf that fcey Should leu tfcrfr laader dear: Tfwttocght ran bock to fceoc mhL ftfetfe 410 uttie Ktcspc in aReptfl fwa. -jr Aid &m&m$fi&k thtfjWfrfc. 'Easstfortli Use aardero ;" . ra1nd Halted to tbfc MM. 'Ana'mid galling storra, - " - Of leadrt'tepip from th fe wplied.'ly'iJiowei'a. Calmly end brave the Major fought Agtwtt tie vjl secedrr, ...

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

A 0 Air :'.. rO ':- "TRUTH AND jjlSTtCj!'. ty" J"-, tT: - VV 'V s: - j'j&V . 61:50, 15 JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume XXVII. ADTANCE GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, C TOB ER- 9 , 1 862, Number 46 ' j" -L M 0 ' 9 THE CAPITALISTS OF NEW YORK. . . . The great capitalists or new York m cuicuj "" ,cu tale, and their weaitb Has generally arisen from its advance in Talue. Few great rortnnes have lasted long when leit w iub ciyncw 01 trsue, uu mo sons of our merchant princes generally turn out poor men. The great estates of the city are of a very limited num ber, and are mainly included in the tiames of Whitney, Goellet, Lorrillard, . " i. . n Rhinelander, Stuyresant, ienox, ana Astor. STEPHEN WHITNEY. The firtf-thr was.soJong, an habitue of Wall street. Front street and Coenties Slip, that even now, when wandering along those thoroughfares. we almost momentarily expect to meet; him. His office was held for Tears in ih.rf.tftrof.rhoneiBprnt!iot street, a spot in whose vicinity he bad spe...

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

giY.Y.romnre jnmWriT. XDITIO A PVBUSBIB BT JAfflES HABPER, gfJit 1 1.50. larariablr in advance &. L. STEWART. Awtact FSttosv GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY.- v'OCT. 9; 1868. Union State Ticket. ... - i - - rcDo of irrBiiff corat, ' : TRANKLIN TJ BACKUS,. ' j. : ' of Cuyahoga. ' - BBCBBTABT OTTATB, w.&kennon. ' 'of Belmont. ATTOMIT CtaiKAL, ; CHAUNCEY N. 0LD5r ' , . of Franklin-, " mbooi eoitimsToim, WILLIAM. D. HENKLE. I '' of Warren. '.. BOA ED OP PUBLIC WOKU, r . JOHN B. GREGORY, of Seioto. For Congress, H. S. BUND'S. Union County Ticket. . For Clerk of Court, JOSEPH HUNT. - For Cobb Anditor, . . WILLIAM NASH. , For Commissioner, , : AUSTIN BARTET. Tor Surveyor, EDWARD T. SHEPARDi ! Tor Infirmary Director, CHARLES C. WOOD. 3T As this ia tbe last number of Ibe Journal, wbieb will reach oar reader, prior to the election, wa deem it onr duly to call their attention to the im portance of taming out to the poll. Tbe excitement on the war question baa so extremely absorbed public attentio...

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

the "Southern gentlemen." But he to ask nobody's advice. He was not to be cheated of his favorite gold! mine; he was not to be banlked of the fortune he saw within his grasp. He would hare his own way, like a genuine., Ball and be has now had it. It is ingeniusly stated, that while some of Mr. Pearson's ships hare been captured, from the cargoes of others, safely ran the blockade, he. trained hearv nrofits: but "his agents End difficulty in transmitting the pro- ceeds with safety and punctuality;" We fear this will seem a melaneholy joke to too many of our own business men formerly in the Southern trade. 'lhe"ditncuy" wnicnemDarrasses mr. resrson is cnronic at tne boutn. It is a difficulty which has embarrassed and ruined a good many men besides Mr. Pearson. It has even done more; it has caused the tarring and feathering of Northern collecting clerks; it has caused, on several occasions, a mob of BOuthern gentlemen to rise in chival-; rous rage and chase out of their neigh-.father's...

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

POET'S CORNER. TWENTY YEARS MARRIED. Yet, twenty yean have winged their flight Since tint mysterious word 1 spoke, When, on ft beauteous rammer night, I fint assumed the flowery yoke. I long had craved the blissful chain. And eheerfuUy inbaeribed the tow; Perhaps I'd do tht tame again. Perhaps thoegh I a older bow. Ab , well de-1 recall the time When she, now pensive by my tide. Stood, in her blushing morning prune, A; tender, sweet, aad bashful bnde. And I. so proud of that dear hand, Could scarce contain nyell for Dim; I'dbcmghtatract of fairy-kad. And sealed my purchase with a kis- For hsppines we trimmed oar sail. My darling little bride and I; Hope' breeze blew a pleaaant gale, ' And gently imiled the summer sly. The world seemed made for her and me. All bright whererer we might turn. Our life to be a tranquil sea Sweet innocents I we'd mush to leara Tor soon did care's distorting breath Its baleful influence impart. And bitter sorrow, born of death, 0ercaat the sunshine of our...

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

ft. i ;..-wv ' ji rar is 11 m m mi 'irj i tmr-"j-rcv mms - 1 IR.il 1-1 It ililtl I ; -mimm in 111 I 11 til I." - r: : ,ic-n!' " ' iS'--- i T .-fir JAMES HARPER, -EDITOR AM) PROPRIETOR. truth and ju :50,- 0 ADVANCE, Volume XXVII. &ALLIPOLIS, OHIO, OCTOBER 16, 1862 Number A NIGHT OF PERIL. BY A NEW YORK DETECTIVE. Of eoarse itis to be expected that in & life like mine I should often be ex posed to danger of a personal character; ; ti.. i, r .11 toi,.i:-- ri- i - J. It bUD UUI Uk.Ll.llT 1. VUllfB ...... t i... u ' . ... -t i In iha coarse of mv life I have been nbiectpd nfftf times to extreme T am Vpi. t ...:j.t,. rrn..nfi il-,niA hnt !n .tte of constrnati(. The safe had been broken into daring the "night, and all the specie abstracted. I" immediately proceeded to -examine ..r. rnn that ttin 1nil Jiod been forced; but a single glance was uern. in me loiiowmtr pages about to give an instance of such peril, to the reader One dir l'wu sent for by the Presi- dent of the Bank of Com...

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

n A 1 Y mnt Y? TflTTTlW A T. I UiiJUJUAA Villi! j - suited ass published bt JAMES H1SFE1, ..,. :.v j K. L. STEWART. Assistant Emtoi. "tJAliLIPWLTS. -OCT. 16.. 1862. Camp Toland is located on tbe Vir grata - side of-tbe Ohio- rier,-0B--firS' belonging to.ifrs". 'Smith,-whose son basbeen an active member of Jenkins' cavalry since the outset of this rebell ion. The old lady herself mates little or no concealments ,of her secesh senti- ments. In this camp are -found the " Piatt Zouaves," whoso repntation for foraging it widely known. There are also three other regiments and two sections of a battery in the same camp, Wis .were struck with the good order which pervaded it, at .every point. No lounging, straggling soldiers, passing in and oil at will, loaded with plnnder from the neighboring farms. Ho vis ible destruction of fences, frnit trees, ice. Not a board, rail, or even paling displaced. And this, tod, with four thousand men in' camp, and. the "Zou aves", amongst them. The camp loc...

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

Effect of the Emancipation Proclamation in the South—Cousternation Throughout the Rebel States—No Intervention—Lee's Retreat Confirmed Army of the Potomac Sick of Inactivity—Terrible Taxation in the South. Nsw York, Oct. 9; The Times' dispatch has the following: President Lincoln's emancipation proclamation has inspired a most lively terror throughout the Soritb. The reb els do not laugh at the decree,, butJ quake with apprehension, ihey ex press fears .that it will be the means of producing a counter revolution in the Slaye States; and the soldiers desire to return to their homes to protect their families. They believe the negroes to be or ganized in secret associations, and only to be waiting an auspiciouB.oppoitonity to rise in insurrection en masse. Thevi have beard nlreaaVof the nroclamation. , . . - i : and urn hwrimmw. vrr rpafltm nnripr! their vote . - j . 1 . The women "aniS children of the ru-1 ral districts are removing to the cities for safety, and coniternation seems to...

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

POET'S CORNER. [From the Louisville Journal.] A CALL TO THE BRAVE. XJp, m ya sens of fr3om! born Beneath car nation's God-blest sky, God and car country call you forth To fight, to conquer, or to die. gilll oar fair land, by heaven to blot. Besoms a tyrt KOBsreli'i throne? giall they Sod's cKMf desecrate Aieana whose' shriBM oar heart har ejssw&T Shall they, beneath grinding heel. Tread down oar brav and nobis men 7 Shall they with despot' iron rale XT.V. r.f mif Unci a demon's daal Bhall. prayers, and tears, and eight, and MoveHeeven't great littening heart to tans, While ye titttill witn loidea nana Nursing a coward's craves fearaT Shall our forefathers from their graves Kit up to tee the traitor tread Over the blood-bought retting place? Otct their bloodstained eomn-bedT Shall they riss.np to tannt ye now In this oef nation' peril honrT Shall God look down and tee bii cosrU Degraded by a tyrant' powert Afi. sol thank God, yon im your pUe T Ton da your duty for the right! Brav...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 October 1862

. M 4 4 ?. mm,'-!" 'KfXHnr nils nbfJl Lvi. : ' ?B!f' S" i! ft' JC'" i i !9&h b.i 1 . - - :.VlTB J .1 J Am HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AKD JUSTICE." $1:50, IN ADtoCE Volume XXVII. G AL LIPOLIS, OHIO, OCTOBER 3d, 1862. Ntitnber ;49, IU 11 1 1 T 11 ff I T-G- ' fh pan ran a,m mm mm m . DEVEREUX DARE, PRIVATE. Mrs. Ashleigu Dare always looked at ber handsome, manly son with a ma- ternal pride which was altogether ex- cusable. They were a fine couple, h . - '1 1 1 for anv one s seeing, me wioow nnu ucr .uu t T. Tta- tnrtv win Yifld not inn met her as enemies. The dark oru- Jinnee 'or her eyes was undimmed. Scarcely a thread of silver fleeted the raven blackness of her hair. Her com- plexion kept bright still its clear, dark lints, and even her figure had not lost its old stately grace, me naugmy French blood in her veins was not thilled either. She was as fit to be the mother ol a nero as sne hji uccu c . !f rtl Tlava . Uolonfl Li are a wiie """'. whose back no foeman ever s...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 October 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EMTIO AND PUBLISHED ST J A WES niRPEK, At SI, 60, invariably ra advance R. L. STEWART, AKimirr EsitoiJ CrALLIPOUS. "THTJlSEnYr 1862. jjacBy showing Jiows .ihe tits elections in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Indiana, telljn tb ej&uj .wygake j tne'.iouownig extracts, jrum.wu, jwcn .ond.Exa'pTnertf . - ic'Nortbera Unity is ended; Fbrtb'e Jut .two. .'years there 'fen been but one .jrty-In-lbe United- 8talex. But hit zOnifyM'dtad, awitheYaet ti.the most jfewrB2fr'tertnb:Marent; joT the present situations ,cA .flewjelementis now introdaced into the political stream-. The -people, of-he-forth will shortly .be, rembded that they hsye si Consti tution. When, a. party baa arisen in theJortb to -uphold the principles of tbe constitution, the constitution itself willbecome.omelbing more than mere jfjufe paper, as.it no wisr From this .poiirt of. view thilate political develop Went fin theJTorlh,,,hovea more teriout jnteht, than, tbe military news of tbe .day,' important,? they ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 October 1862

For the Gallipolis Journal. LETTER FROM ENGLAND. Sxpt. 5th, 1862, . , , 2?ir Sir: Ytmr iigd letter hWieen thankfully received, and as you wish me to note aown to yon, thn yiews of the English people respect ing the deplorable civil war that ii now desojalipg She CISies pi America, auu the reason why they are entertained-1 w ill endeavor to cive you as iair ana imnarlial.a view as I can; I think I- may safely say that three- fourths of the English people in this part of the country, sympathize with the South. I fear the same may be said of the Nobility and Statesmen. But this sympathy arises from different motives, lhe aristocracy bating. He publics, regard ours -as an .experiment and rejoice at the prospect of its failure, and would belad to ,see it broken op by internal, jdissentions. When the South seceded, the hilarity of these people broke out in such expressions as I do like that," sc. A scien oi no Tjilitv. with a jubilant air. in the House of Commons, said, "the bubble has bu...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 October 1862

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. THE SOLDIER TO HIS MOTHER. THE SOLDIER TO HIS MOTHER. BY F. C. COFFMAN, 36TH REGIMENT O. V. I. On fit field of baitlt, mother, All the night along I lay, Aafelt waieaiag o'er ms. mother, Tin the breaking of the day. I by tbidfaif cf yea, softer, And the lovisg ones at heme, Till to oar dear cottage, mother. Bey agate I teemed to, cess. t to whoes yon tasgut ste, oot&er. On say infant keee to pray. Kept my heart from fainting, aether, - when the riiioo passed away. In the gray of morning, mother. Comrade bore me to the tows, from my botom tender fingers Washed the blood that trickled down. I matt toon be going, mother. Going to the home of rest. Kiss mi as of old, my mother. Fret tse Bearer to thy breast. Wonld I eoald repay you, mother. Tor yew kithfal lore and care; God uphold and bless yon, mother. In this bitter woe yea bear. Kin for oe pry little brother, Bm ay s4sters. loved to well; When you ait together, mother, TH them how their...

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 November 1862

rKytan $Mitr X ciil lottos iilr .J,7f , .p. 7. -A -. I l'i S.- 'i! ' : . ft . ''"i '' : M ' It r.i.fefr : . JA'MESHARPER, EDITOR AND PJ10PEIET0R. Uu TRUTH AID Sft&jpfflfc 1:50, IS ADYAKCEf Volume XXVII, GALL1POEIS, OHIO,iST0V13MBEIl 6, JL862. Number 50. n n-rnH'ifitr11 II I- ' " ifflfifits 1 $ 'HI I " t - ' - JONATHAN'S PRESENT. 1 wisn l Knew woai 10 buy our - .Effie for a birthday presentl"' "Our Effie.'' How natural it seemed to use the caressing household phrase and Jonathan Starket thought with a sudden thrill of happiness, how short , a period, would elapse ere he, might say his ;Effie his own darling, blue-eyed wife. And Jonathan, a gigantic, brown-browed son of Connecticut, strode along Broadway with, ponderous A . J J 1 ' 1 ., - Tit. ireaa ana cneery wnisue, viewing wuu benevolent pity, the manikin dandies wbo thronged the fashionable pave, and wondering if they, insignificant little "wasp-waisted beings .that they were, lad been able to find "Effies" of their 'own. Not ...

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 November 1862

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITED ADD PUBLISBKO BT JAHES HARPER, ;HP"At 81,50. invariably in advance R. L. STEAVAET, Asbtstaxt Ewreu GAM.IFOJLIS. THURSDAY!, NOV- 6. 1862. Mjor J. N. Cooke, U. S. Paymas , ter. gladdened the nearts of onr Ten nessee boys, in camp near Gallipolis, last week by distributing He snug sum of S84.000 amongst tbem. Parson Brownlow baa tbe satisfaction of know intr that bis boys are once again la- funds. We believe they -are also' well profided with boots And watches. We are credibly informed that oyer 1,000 watches' were sold in camp. How many .of tbem were time-keepers we have not learned. If tbe summary punishment some of tbe "boys" inflicted on the de scehdants of Esau, who sold them tbe . 'pinchbecks," "tog-aheap" be any in dication of their real value, the Israel ites' "come it pretty strong." The "boys" somehow got the idea that to spend nine months in the field, fighting ss well for the Jews as the Gentiles, and then, when they did get a few "green-backs," e...

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 November 1862

REBEL OUTRAGES. e might fill cojumns with notices of oBtrages' tommittedTy the insurgent. officers on .Union .officers and men who had been .captured by them. But it were needless. As specimens, we nqte two or three, which we hare from' the bestof.&utbority: In a skirmish between some 400 Union cavalry and about 1,600 rebel caralry near Bar'dslown, as our army was pursuing Bragg, the .Union force was surrounded, and had 'to cut their way through the -rebels ; in the fight, two privates of the 2d Kentucky Car alry, one named Rood, of Company E, and the other of Company B, were wounded and surrendered themselves Bs.prisoners, and gave up their arms. The member of Company B was lying on the ground, and his dead or1 wounded horse wm lying upon him. After their surrender and their arms were taken from them, both were murdered. In the same skirmish. CaDt. Batemsn of Company L, and Lieut. Ailhnr of company.. uA were capiurea oy uve Texan Rangers', after they had expend ed all their amm...

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 November 1862

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED TO THE RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED TO THE 21st REG., O. V. I. BY REQUEST. Many a brave and noble totvr For our beloved land, Has left b ii horse sad friends' alar - ; - And ised that gallasl band. , a ' i They heard tteirbleodiisgcountryVcry, j And to her rescue fie-, j t, With arms of strength and hearts of pride,, This mighty work to do. With others now equipped fer W. - Death's implement to'wildt "We see the gallant 91st . , Upon the tented field-; t There in the place of noble" oner, - - That suffered, bled and died, They, fearless, brave, resolved to go- And face the bloody tide. Victory's not to the strong alone, But to the active and.the brave. That go out valiant to the fight, Their rights and homes to save ; If victory to the'strong was given, UponJ3olumbU'js shore, Instead of tbe EagU's peaceful reign, e'dhear the Lion's roar. j Then 'with the courage of our aires, , A wreath may (hey obtain , Like those who bled...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
x
Loading...
x
x