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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 May 1863

. i '.b ""ton hAmI f f-.w m .,! . .n-. i "truth; a;p jf&Sice. iTAlES HARPER, EDITOR AID PROPRIETOR : a t ,1 p-Q lis, Ohio tx ;Mvyi:v Volume 'XXVIII. ' "Vt .'IMl' r ' IB" "IBW II .. . T .'IBrtMi KiiaL.!n;K ','LaBf.tV - THE SNOW-WAIF. THE SNOW-WAIF. BY AMA GRAHAM. '0h! Loney, how conld y.oa fall in lore with a, Dutchman?"' LquejUHl turned her sweet Washing face to' her laughing'' cousin, to' say, earnestly ' .- "He i a German, Molhe, and ota -rery good family, though not noble. Father is very willing to hare me mar ry him; so his letters must hare been good." ' ,. , -Yes; if erer a father idolized a. child, uncle "Will is that father, wen, now,;Louey,taVe pity on my curiosity, and tell merall bout it." f'llBy I come in?'1 said another fbiceaR'he'Joon"' 'Yes, come in. and bear Loney s confessions," said Jira. Lawton. Another lady, the sister of the bright, merry Mollie, came into the room. The ladies were the only oc cupants of the bouse at that hour, if we except the servants, and...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 May 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. KBRX9 in miSHXD sr JlMEi IASPEK, jyAt 91.S0. isvari&bly in advance X. I. STKWAKT. Jteun &rol GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. MAY 14, 1863. .JTfcV prwpeet tor fine crops in tkleregio9 this seese. is as farorabb urea Jbe .asked. Wheat aad grass Barer leaked better at this season, ,8Bd aalsss wnrttbing oat of the common order of things should occur, the bar- Teit of both will be prodigjoas. The season for pTsntmg com thus far has bees most propitious. Tbe groasd, as farmers say, "works lively." and if tasting s erop depends oa the condi tion in which it is plantod, then the pro- dnot of corn in old Gallia most be large Jat at this point, oar farmers will al low as osee more to arge them to ass every arailabla means in their power in securing s Urge' crop. Everything indicates high prices for this year, at least. Keep your ploughs soring.: Attend tot the raising of. beans, red white, or any kind. Tbe army and navy will require all that can be raited. How" is-the time t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 May 1863

HEADQUARTERS OHIO MILITIA. omcx, ? ATA"'."-irU- t A uoiamDw?, v.. -Jr ' - GENERAL ORDERS NO 9. Bv the thirtj-fwrth . wtQB of tne tiaof Ohio. pua April i"". ;( x. timWded that "811 TOiuuieci tum- rtininndbstterleaDOWorganixedaiid Uniformed underthe shall be taken and considered at organ- lted under tnia act, ana euuucu w the priTileget" therein conferred. But to secure these privileges it is impera tively required that companies existing under the former ststates. report in writing to the Adjutant General of this State, on or before the 25th instant, ihowing- 1st. The aaie Ol urgsuiaauua buu by what authority. 2nd. The actual strength reliable for service at the date of this order. 3d. A complete roll showing the rank of each member, tne oaie oi nis enrollment, and the date of rank and post office address or etch officer. 4th. The arm of the service to which the company belongs, how many members are uniformed in whole or in part, and the style and condition of the uniform. w .,,,. 6l...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 May 1863

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES. nti Arfdtatk ofENoK-of the -18th - E - aeat'OzV. I.Vwhodkdon hiaretarn ham, Aslaap'ii deatlhU sblfierJiM, ' Hweittly waaIao'er,", .n-a TbeaWaahrtH netea.nor war. arum WiUeva: wake'himjBcrs.-r T . .' No,yeajTtfcrttkcry "... VH tarriitflntA his "home.' . . Kortbthe sounding reveilla Again. heTI never come. Now retsTeneat& the clay, ; But pot asleep, his oar Beyond the femb away". - J. ' i ia - - " THa bH&x in- the morn of lift, .t WiiiIeTetbvyouthfnlbloo9J -Had fell Tfetim to diiease, Whiefcealled Mm. to the tomb. A toldier's place be nobly filled, In actioM true" and brave... And now released by death frosa earth, He SB tttmor grave. Fur-nipafea confined within the camp, EU sufferings lung he bore,r At length a discharge be received . To -visit basse once more.'" ' , In eager hopes to reach his home, HeJeft tie field of -war,' Expecting soon .with joy Jo meet ; His friend who dwelt afar. Jul JaTntJacd weaker, slill he grew,- ,...

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 May 1863

T l&JT C..W ft.- J M'-I ii ( I "' I v ifcWfl ".! i '1 qisxs 'Hot ytfjn". ii Tit"."'.-.! nu Y'f - . -TX" ' Jl "Hii-- " S U3l .!.'"' jl' -1.'!- Mr ," ."s's'ts.K. orosm mm U:L.ilUiri IM II 1 II I i '..)t?ffr,-. .r- JAES 'SIKPER, 'EDITOR Tolume XXVIII. AM) PROPRIETOR. 1 ' . 1 ' qiXLIPPIS, OHfU,. TRUTH AffDOTSMOE; , .Kf.'-c MAX 1863. l:50,aiiDJAE GEN. STONEMAN'S GREAT RAID A NARRATIVE OF EVENTS BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT WHO ACCOMPANIED THE EXPEDITION. Correspondence of the N. Y. Times. HEADQ'RS STONEMAN'S CAVALRY CORPS, Friday, May 8. Thursday morning (April 30) the whole command was aronsed from slumber before daylight; arter a little shaking and wringing, "Boots and sad dle" was whispered to the different 'commanders, arnt we were soon upon the road. ,.- Being well within. th8 .enemy's lines, reaWcaalioJirwas ,xercised-proceed;. inrr few miles tnronsn a piece oi woods in parallel columns, a lafgeopen eoaee of rolling ground was reached, when a halt was made in the woods. and the w...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 May 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. .. ZBtfSB FffFtlSKID ST JAKES HARPER, 07At $1,60, invariably hi advance R. L. STEWART, ianiR Eeitob. GAIitiIFOI15. THURSDAY. MAY 21, 1863. ra-'OhVDr. Caldwell, a eitixen of . iMttt Virginiaand bow candidate for CoBgrec m a to i ap plication for a warrant for the .appre-lien-ren of two fugitives from labor. under "the provisions of t the Fugitive glare Law, before A. Vance, United gules Commissioner for tbe.Southern Distrkt of Ohio.. -The following facta ..- fa .regard to. said fugitives, were made ' "known by said Cajdwell at the. time of applying for a warrant: Some time dnripg'.the.aumiaer of-1862, Dr. Cald well purchased five negroes of Colonel Anompion, oi jxananna county, is., ytwa i of whomjreubw in Gallipolis, 0.; - ttfat ftVtbe time-of purchase, said ne- . .groes- were foot ffehere3jhe Doctor, other in ft t tate oL ratuboralnatlon. .''Tb'e bilL of aate ebotrsc tbat-theeoB; . r .:. -7 v, .- r. . j.i S- nd"Aas.beea ever since; tbe Question of ..secession ha...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 May 1863

From the Cincinnati Gazette. NEWS OF THE DAY. Murfreesboro' taoming. furnish the gratifying intelli- genes of the capture of Jackson, Mist., by General Grant. The news comes tbroneh rebel sources; being a telegram f-dm Mobile, dated the 4th instant pnb lished in a Chattanooga paper. The dispatch slates that the rebels fought all day, but were unable to save the Thi. 0.nBrn1 Drnnt th VUUiLUUUU V VBVMg v. uj iTia fall of tlin latter nnlr question of a few days time. If the Tabels could not defend Jaetaon, we nnt th rn linW VirVshnrcr. -Dow that iheir communications hare: ,.t t.i,.o Ti.v.kn. at. """"" "v" " . together, the news from the is cheering. The Richmond Enquirer, wjiieh, will be remembered, is the official or gan or Jen. Davis, has a desponding article on the probable character of the summer campaign. It says our troops threaten the south on every sine. There is great activity in the South- west, while there are indications of renewal of the attack on Charleston. Hooker's army...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 May 1863

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES, On the death of REUBEN B. SIDWELL, Co. B, 34th Ohio Reg., (1st Zouaves,) wounded at 34th Ohio Reg., (1st Zouaves,) wounded at Point Pleasant, Va., March 30th, and died 34th Ohio Reg., (1st Zouaves,) wounded at Point Pleasant, Va., March 30th, and died April 10th, 1853. He nt ks only tea,- Eobla -gal last bey, A loving mother' nndrad hope and K Sat twenty reaty snmsaera or ha naaoowa Giving hli cheek mod eye manlier tcn Alai! and sow he sleepeth in the eold An ho nor to the Mewed cause he died to save J lied be the" living memory jjf '"ch" b fowtht and bled and died for liberty. Blessed Whotonghtindb! Trae to i Aii country and his exmrde dear. Trae to the banner "onr defender!" beer. Bravely he fell ia conflict Against the foe, Whose crael messengers laid many a "lov'd .oBe" low. Olttern eold Jsle, why mart him for the tamb! Why-phot the flower -of life is youth' fint bloom! 'Til thus we see the fair and brave must die Our Sarior bath...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 June 1863

.i2Eit Iff Wit I'tff'' P'lw'ifl" 9 4s- 't '.i. J'BjTft AypySTicE,,y itfia liAKn jsyauii. Ajxii mitmitm. :50, m ADYANCE -. 6AL3LIPOIlS,,Oem 1 JUNE 11, JLg63. Number 29. THE LITTLE REGIMENT. Boring the struggle for IndepeHd--eBce,rGB'.'Grepn sent oat Gem $for nr witb one thousand tnen to cat off tho retreat of the torlea then infesting the western portion nf South Carolina. Scarcely bad Morgan with his band taken np their march,; ere Comwallii despatched the bloody Colonel Tarle- lon jn hot pursuit. The indefatigable Morcran soon learned- of- this, boo ae cordingly halted and' prepared for bat Hie. Among the mlitta were seren persons, a father and six sons, whom Gen'. Morgan especially Toajplimented Those seren Batriot-sofdlera wefe nick' named br their comrades. "The little Regiment." John Hiller, senior, some fifty-five years bf age, stood sir feet fire inches Bnd a half, was of fine proporlioos, and weighed orer three hundred pounds, while the youngest, John Hil fer, junior, need 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. — 11 June 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER At $1.50, invariably in advance R. L. STEWART, Assistant Editor GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : JUNE 11, 1863. - -jAs a last resort, the copperheads -of-the North are making a grand effort to overthrow the Government by inci- tin; the people to violent opposition to the Administration, and the measures adopted by it to sustain onr National existence. As evidence of this, we need onlv:refer to everv Democratic sheet in the North that affiliates in the slightest degree with Yallandighamisra The New York World threats that nnless the Administration permits the copperheads of the free Stales lotfaunt their treason with impunity, blood will soon flow on Northern soil, and civil war break, out at home. The 2few York Express talks flippantly of "the insurrection in Ohio," and whilst open y beseeching the friends of the Admin istration to persuade it to change its course into that imbecility -and weak ness which characterized the Demo cratic ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 June 1863

THE COMING DRAFT. The instroclioBS issued lo.the Pro- k.n.t ir.liil'-ti t, W.fi Dnnrtmpnt. require that enf oiling officers, under the Conierip'ion: La w; ,arer tojenroll person's "stibjicl k to "military doty, whether .white or black , and to note .tlif-fl&. residence, color and Cccuoa- ttbns. -They must include, first, nMv.bodiedjnales between thesazes twentTiand'TortvfiTe. not exempt bv aw;nd.iecona, allj)ersonsof foreign Dirm-wno snail nave aeciarea meir IDICIIUUU HI UCCUUJC CIW2CUQ., The enrollment of the two classes (between twenty and thirty-fire; first unmarried persons, and, "-second, all others)1 mutt be kept, on ' seperate sheets,' but made at the same time. Students In colleges or schools, teachers. arinrenficei. sailors, travelers. thftlitcR. kre to be Enrolled nt lhptr 1p. eal residence, their temporary absence Irom wnicn lorms no cause lor exemp tion. Enrolling officers are to judge of . " ai;e by the- best eridence they can ob tain; but appeals for exemption on a...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 June 1863

POET'S CORNER. THE VERNAL SEASON. Lessens rfweetof Spring returning, " Welcome d the thoughtful heart! - ! JJijI callyesensa or learning, ' Instinct pure, or heaven-taught art I . Be vow title -whit it iry Sweet the lengthening April day, HTile with you the son! is free, Banging wild o'er hill and lea. Soft as Memnon'a harp at morning To the inward" ear devout, Touched by light, with heavenly warning Your transporting chorda ring out; Every leaf in every nook. Every wave in every brook, Chanting with a solemn voice. Mind us of our better choice. Needs no show of mountain hoary, Winding shore, or deepening glen, Where the landscape in its glory Teaehes- troth to wandering menf Give true heart bet earth aid sly. And some flowers to bloom and die Homely scenes and simple views Sowly thought may best infuse. Seethe-soft gree willow springing Where the waters gently pass. Every way her free arms flinging O'er the moist and reedy grass; long ere winter blasts are ffed, See her tipped with...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 June 1863

Um-0 JaalcibA -a otsSe'J lo rfawdiU- . , v.v. .i-v t.t.h fcaff tm Ml Mi .-.,- . . .iW" - t re '' t ,I3Hf AH -. -ti -3 Stain s,M i w J J A "TRUTH" AKD Sr-ItE.- r ' cJ 1,3 SB v" -?"' c JAMS HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume XXVIII. LI From the N. Y. Ledger. THE MEREST TRIFLE. BY T. S. ARTHUR. A brief passage at arms hall m sport, half in earnest then tbe young husband went away to his office, for -getfnl of the parting kiss. The height ened color of Mrs. Orton'a face grada- allv toned down, until the usual warmth was lost. "I'm sorry to see this," said aunt June, sneaktner franktr. She was on a visit-to her neice. Both look and roice were serions. ""To see. what, aunty?" A flush of surprise lit up the countenance of; Mrs. Orion, that bad Deen snaaowea a mo ment before. "Little disagreement between you and your husband petty disputes fault-findings cavillings orer unim portant things." "Wot. nuntyl" The color came back to Mrs Orton's face. "Yesterday morning I noticed that Henry ki...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 June 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. ZKTIB ABB FVBUSBZB BT - J1IES HARPER, 3&"At '91.60. iarariablr in advance R. L. STEWART, JUshtaxt Ecitos. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : JUNE 16. 1863. jacne, jam, cw has long .ainee been written by the ' band upon (be wall, concerning the once honored, but now demoralized and disgraced democratic party. The di- 'vislon, baa been rendered complete, by the coarse panned at Columbus on the lltb, and the nomination of Val- landigbaa for Gorernor of the great Stale of Ohio. Tbe war Democrats are thrntt overboard, and the glorioss old craft seized upon bj traitors and pirates only bent on the destruction of this Government. In all this, there is nothing which truly patriotic loyal men will regret Many, very many of this class, still ad hired to the party in hopes of a bet .tf day soon dawning apoa oar distract ed country, when .the ahip of State would once more glide smoothly along. and peace again smile apon us as a na tion. Honest theraselres, 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. — 18 June 1863

From the Cincinnati Gazette, 15th. NEWS OF THE DAY. wSZK- been bo arrirtU r .1 t v ' . from that p ace at llemphis previous to lhAn.TtirnthhiJiJtih nnd Cairo boat.. The actional rebel re- port, bearin, date at Jackson are to the story being bused on a nameless courier nuo nsa sacceeaea in m siting nis way in and ont of onr lines. ' These Jackson dispatches are so obviously intended to soothe the rebel mind, that, the slightest credit need not be attached to them. The capture of Milliken's Bend by Erby Smith is re-asserted in various forms in the Southern papers, but on no authority later than that in which the report originally appeared, as quoted in our Saturday's issue. It will be recollected that these accounts are of no later date than oar advices by Cairo, giving an account of the repulse of a rebel attack on the point so obsti nately claimed to be captured. The -rebel wish fs doubtless father to the thought. A small body of our troops, who lad been sent out to occupy Satartia ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 June 1863

POET'S CORNER. HASTE ON THE BATTLEā€”THE TYRANT MUST FALL. Oh haste on the, battle the sure-coming battle. "When viet'ry thill perch on our humeri last: -jf A sign ii&M been given a promise from heaven - That-day of defeatw-and diiuteri sre-pait! Caoxts Th"enhaiI Bute! haste! haiti! Haateon the baUle tia liberty for all; Then hattel butt! battel battel Haste on the battle the Tyrant must fall. The word' h'aa been- spoken,-the long1 looked for token. Now glows on our banners, and gleams the air; 'Tia freedom for all how the spell has been broken, ,.,. -That bound all the land in the chains despair. Then haste, Ao. Come, fill up the ranks, and'prepare for battle!! No longer we ask who oor.leader shall be; For God now is with as in him we shall triumph, The God of oar fathers the God of the frec Then haste, Ac. -Prepare for the battle, we car sot who guide it, The bright swords of viet'ry we care not who wields, HcClellan or Bnrnside, or Hooker cs Sigel, Or Fremont or Hunter, or Butl...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 June 1863

tsmtmi xtmw. .i-T50 co.au 9 vSW Jee iff w en?tQl f6" II TX CISUMK OA SaiiC na t 1 i - . im mm m m m m mm m m m . i m IT 111 1. II . II. Awwr- 1111 It-, r -Jr ...Y.ojg-v w '-'"vL psAsssfaMlkTB'k'iTi'i'sk'sWkWSssMBk'aSHBkaWfi JAKES HARPER, EDITOR Volume XXVIII. AND PROPRIETOR. aALLIFiLlS,,pHIi; JUNE 25;, :$l:50;jiTADYKCE NumEeT 31. fit' THE DUTCH MERCHANTS. DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. On the evening' of the 20lh of Jan Hiary; 1795, the city of Amsterdam Hras thrown into unusual battle and confusion by the entrance of the Trench army under Pichegrn. While 'the troops with slacked arms awaited their billets and rations, the citizens 'hastened to illuminate in honor of their erriral, and in spite of the piercing cold thronged to welcome the heroes. Among the general rejoicings, one bonse alone remained with closed doors anil darkened windows. It was the dwelling of the wealthy merchant Wor den, who, wholly occupied in business, 'cared little for politics still less for the 'arrival of the Frenc...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 June 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EBITXO AXD PUBLISHED BT ' ' JAMES I1KPE1, jarAt $1,50, invariably ia advance R. L. STEWART, Asbbkaxt Ertrox. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : JUNE 25. 1863. Union Ticket. -T?..J.':V."" for GoTcrnor, 2? BoNr J0H1TBR0UGH. T T5 ' -ForXieot. Gt)T,?tBdr, 'boiTpH&BLES ANDERSON. - !For Aadjtarof State,- 1 CoLyJhSMSS h, godmatt; " ."' For;SspremeJadge, . TH0CKING- H. HUNTER. . i-Fqr State Trreter, , -i-"-G. VOLNEY DORSEY. ' Tor Board of Pubh'or Works,' ' Cat.IAMES TA. B ARRIEREr " 5jlrUnieB votera ;f -Gallia county! 7hB.'ait" tielEet3Br jrhfoh. yon trill Be called'apo'n 'to rottf-dn Ihe'Zd -Tueiday oIKJctober'wszt. Joa will; find aftha head of thit column. iThe beat men tof tfiaStata havertieealecediUpon. jrV with cut 'regard" tortheir previous polity -seal viewer The ioaly -question; naked of 'requfrcallo bMnawere'd' was, ta bafj s sound , unconditional Union, mas, capable and faAnest? This answered af firmatively, .all els...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 June 1863

From the Cincinnati Gazette, 22d. NEWS OF THE DAY. preaewsre Gup or CentreriUevs Be- joed tbcasual skirraisbja?; fe all or iehwe iWMMiiW, there hu beenB9.figfttj? in Gen. Booker's De partoiest, except the aTairyengge- menu preyiossly reported. It U be lievetl that Ewell was maMKiBg to join tbe main -body of Lee's army: bat the Boit:on of thb-iatter is Dot. staled It k farther beliered that therevis.no con- 8idrabJe,force of 'the enemy ,aorth of . , mi : . IBS .roiomac. iuc eBoiiiiin reports of a rebel movement against JF ittetrare. Bieaboatas reliable as the wild rasora - . , . .-; f r ; t wenavo neeo curing irosi rcunsyi vanla for several days. The Union forces bare commenced capturing the marauding bands in Pennsylvania, and 'General Couch now holds Chambers' burg, which Is fortified and prepared for defense. Our advices from Vicksburg are to TowdBV, the 16tb inst. The, report brqught to Cairo of theiall of that city is not to be credited. The siege was in progress, and a steady b...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 June 1863

POET'S CORNER, IMPROMPTU LINES ON THE COPPER HEADS. BY GEORGE W. BUNGAY. In Eden their fint fragrance thed, A traitor apd' ft copperhead -r- CM3e ln.disgulse,. -Difiwuig knowledge; and he said Eat and be srinr. And wisdom shall anoint thine eyrs- And' when' the "Woman saw the tree, 80 pleasant for the eye to She ate forbidden fruit Thus aha Hath man muled. Now 'peath the tree of libertjy Thii copperhead Appear in blneand white andredl Under the ailent grass he hides. Among the weeds and fiower he glides r Down oy the brooks-he most abides A treacherous thing; The stars and stripes that deck his sides Conceal a sting. Venom and death ere in the spring. Satan seceded and he fell. In chains and darkness doomed to dwell, "With other traitors who rebel, In act and word, Because he'd rather reign in hell Than serre the Lord, Who guards us with a flaming sword. DOOMED. BY LELIA. Nervous end restless, weary and sad; Alone with the burden that drires me mad. Feeling no breath of the joy-wind...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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