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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 July 1863

I .' - - ,-flC4-v r: II. . I li' Wl- We7B ''A'ftsli " 'of vr ;-vit r" ' 'it n, i umuiii inn imi i l - -"5f f J ! -M tTH fV 2lf n'i .B?J' I.- , y -55 JilES HARPER, EDITOR AOT) PROPRIETOR. "truth AprJusrc.E." 11:50, IN BTAflCE Volume XXVIII. GALLIPOL IS, OHIO; ffiLY 2X8 6 3v 3 Number 32 i ' ' ' III I I li 11T THE LEFT-HANDED THIEF. A STORY OF MERCHANTILE LIFE. How many young men hare been in jured and perhaps joined by false sus picion, remarked my mercbantile friend, bs we were conversing upon the subject or tbe "panic, a lew evenings since. Suspicion is like an assassin in tbe dark. It slabs its victim, and be knows not whence tbe blow comes. Or it may be more like tbe keen frost which seizes upon the ears; cheeks or nose, freezing the flesh, and driving back the life-blood and yet tbe poor man is totally ignorant of his situation (ill he comes 'in contact with the beat 6nd he begins to feel tbe stinging pain But I never told you of the only time that suspicion of evil was ever fast...

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 July 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. mrrxo Ava ftbubr.. bt JAMES HARPER, jEkFAt 81.50. invariably in adranes K. L. STEWART. Aasmurr Tone. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : JULY 2, 1863. THURSDAY. : JULY 2, 1863. Union Ticket. -For'Governor,, " Eta. JOHN BROUGH. For Lieut. Governor, Got. CHARLES ANDERSON. For Auditor of State, Col. JAMES H. GODMAN. ' For Supreme Judge, HOOKING H. HUNTER. For Stato Treasurer, 6. YOLNEY DORSEY. For Board of Publio Works, Capt. JAMES II. BARRIERS'. l-Forney'a Press says, "the Car airy force under Jenkins which first ad- Tanced on Greencaatle and Chambers, fiurg, numbered only 650 men." With this small force he rode SO miles into the State of Pennsylvania, through the heart of one of the Boat densely populated counties in K, plun dering, stealing and destroying without molestation, or hindrance from any body. Truly "the minds of the peo ple must hare all been lorn up." The prevailing religions in the country, are the Dunkerd, Mennonists, United Brethren, Beven day Baptists, &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 July 1863

LETTER FROM "OCCASIONAL." LETTER FROM "OCCASIONAL." WASHINGTON, June 22, 1863. A gqoyway to understand onr relations to oar country and oar duties to ourselresia. to tal's a'glaiictBt the Blapesdeus military operations,,, well ef tSflTebek at of the Government the United States.. No lae-b. spectacle las ever bees witnessed, and do such issues pal ia trial in the history of th Bursas race. There fs not a .8onthern Stats which Is not eiiber a field of con fiicLor is held in subjection by the Federal arms; and now that the' wave of battle is abont to roll in upon th free Commonwealth of the, Union, th ieensens e of what is the doty of eviry enced. Tw years ago we not only nnderaied 'the bloody and deliberate programme of- the traitors, bat reposed upon the too dangerous security that they could, be pat dowB In a single- campaign. As this delusion vanished in the light of the comphebensive ope' Nations of .the Government by land and sea, we then rested npon the belief, that,, however th...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 July 1863

POET'S CORNER. THE GIFTS OF THE GODS. BY JOHN A. SAXE. 3hsayisg'i vie, though it eonads lits jest, ;T -.",Tfa9 de&Vilhxw a to bo .-r , tick debt," . .. Tor tfeocgti.-sre may thick w ue specially . Wewtwtsin to pay for the &vot w get! Are-Riehea the boonT Nay. be not elite; The final account isnt settled as jet; Old Care hsa a mortgage on every estate, And thota what jotj pay far the -wealth that yon get! T Honor the prirs? It were easy to name What sorrows and perils her pathway beset; Grim Hate and Detraction accompanying Fame, And that's what yon pay for the wealth mat yongeu la Lsarcing a treasure? How charming the . pair. When Talent and Colinre are lovingly met; Butlabbrxtnceasing is grievous to bear, And that's -what yon pay for the learning vm trpi. J o Is Gen ma worth having! There isn't a doubt; Ana.yetwcat a price on toe blessing set To suffer mors with it than dunces without. For that's what you pay for the genius you geu 7s Beauty s blessing? To have it for nough...

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 July 1863

I - -.Juj l L rur - - - wumpu uwy iiiniii ir BPawgr- -ijwyan ii'ii Mini nwWWpMHBjaEaBAB3C.iualWi "'WW' 1 1 ' -- '. : H2..JZZ, hl - . t. . t : -idss' - ld- .-". i- afcc . -p-7 .a .tit eiMUcvt A ,artr?jiif r 4 -'ji's l:'50rJH ADVANCE M Volume XXVIII. GAL L IPOL1S , i:eV'M4t,t-l 86 3. Number 33. instil i i i il l ill I II niraiCTw . mv II II II II II LI II 1 II 7 I- . .13 flsFW '--BMIBaHS" JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PEOPBLETOR. " " " FllUfll AND 'jij&rTICE, ' ' '".e ' :JX ' " 9 ONE KIND OF EMBEZZLEMENT. BY STLVANUS COBB, JR. John Perkins and Silas Tower were walking in compsny. It was morning. ana tbey were on their way to bus next, reruns was a young man peruana eight-and-twenty; and Tower was approaching the middle age. AT),' said Perkins, in a tone of fret- !fulness, 'here comes Matthew Bald win. The person thus alluded to was at that moment crossing the street, and as hp reached the sidewalk he stopped .in front of oar two friends. He was a rough clad, brown-faced man, with a fra...

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 July 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. XDIT5D ABO PUBLIBHtD ET JAMES HAXFEI, ggt-At 81.50, invariably ia advance K. 1,. BTSWABTr SxsaKxsr Editok GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : JULY 9, 1863. Union Ticket. .For--Governor, Hoh.,10HN BBTOUGH. For Lieut Goveraor, .C01...CHABLES ANDERSON. Jor -Anditor-of State, Cou JAMES H. QODMAN. For Supreme Judge, .HOCKING H. HUNTER. For State Treasurer, G. VOLNEY DORSET. -For Board of Public Worki, Cizt. JAME8 M. BARRIERS. A. largo majority of the Cob--trrestioaal delegation of Ohio, elected Ta 1 K2, styled themselves war TJemo' cratt, and, were elected on the ground of their uncompromising hostility to .eeeaeioD,' and alrong advocaoy of sup yortiag the war to the fullest extent of the power of the Federal Government. One Wells A. Hutchlns, of the II th Congressional. District, came before the people oa this platform ezclusirely. It fs trae, htr was careful to avoid any per eonal pledges to the citizens of old Galiia, but ia other parti of the Dis trict be was- spe...

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 July 1863

sbav "heretobra Known, f - BiLwkoBr, July Sib. News lai been received from Jfeade'a ariay up to twelve" o'clock1 to'dSf.- The late TIClory gets origmer unu unguier The enemy was in fall retreat toward Chambersburg and Green Cai e. It- i thought LeejriH atrein every" Jierre lo-reeh Hagmtow d, as : I (inner lit Kim aim ' W!l Jinmsporf, v and ' thence escape into Virginia. , latercepted'dupalcbes tr:re laforma tieti tbarBeaurftjard Is in Richsaond, BBd .perhaps on his way to; Culpepper. f jteaaa is narrassing iiee wua caral Tj' Bsd.folIowiDg in pursuit. tilleryndjafaatry J spoken of ing -exceeded BjAing1ie FsruDELPBiAJuly 5. The Jearaal publishes the following In sn extra: Baltiuobe, July 611:30 A'M. The. reporter of the Journal has Just arnrea iromryeiterdaj's battle-field. He states the rout of Lee thorough and complete. Gen. Meade has not only captured 20,000 rebels bnt re-captured all our own-troops wbo were jrevjonslj tn ifce bands of the rebels. lTbov Rosxcrans. Everything we get...

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 July 1863

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES, respecufully written to the parents and friends of W. SWANSON, a soldier in the 7th O. V. Cavalry, who died near Somerset, Kentucky, May 29, 1863. Gloom has spread it broad dark wing" Arotmd thv home todar. JSnee tkoirlat learned that John baa gone . m ; t !il t t I He Isftais hose a blooining-yogth, .-Scarce yet to manhood grown; While faraway in camp exposed, Tn hm disease was eown. A raging fever sought him oat, And held a tyrant' away. rjntn death laid his fatal hand - And bore him coon away. 2ia gallant form in visions fair, - .In fancy oft is cast; . We'look open Mm then with pride As" when we saw htm last. Nine months ago the last fond look And long farewell was given; O joyful thought thatthere will be if o farewell tones in .Heaven. Death, Eke the rasing storm that cornea And snaps the flowers that bloom, Is hnrliug off the young and fair Into aa early tomb. But He that reigns in Heaven abore. And...

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 July 1863

JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Volume XXVIII. GALLIPOLIS "TRUTH AND JeSTICE." 1:50, IK ADTANCE JULY 30, 186 3. Number 36. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. iarGallipolii for a week past, has assumed auite a military annearanr-- "With gunboats moving on the river in front, and fortifications bristling with cannon in the rear, lines of pickets ex- forties on .11 roads into the countrv. eamn. of e.rnW men t rr point, all business houses closed, and ell classes of men, under arms, our usually quiet town presents , an appear- pnce which would justify ua- in pro- fidnnelnVifecidedly brisk. Our cilizens . of both town and country, have turned but nobly in defence of their homes. Although in the midst of harvest and the most busy season of the year, the farmers of old Gallia have, like true satriote, responded to the call of the Governor, and. without a murmur worth "heeding, left their homes and families to take their places in the ranks, and stand shoulder to shoulder in defence of our common cou...

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 July 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. XDITKD AHD P0BLISHXD BT JAMES HARPER, jjyAt 91.50, invariably in advance R. L. 8TEWABT. Asrut Ewioa. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : JULY 30, 1863. Union Ticket. -1 For -Governor,. Hon. JOHN BROUGH. Fovlient"Gfijvernor; ' " Cot. CHARLES ANDERSON. For .Auditor of Stale, Col. JAMES H. GODMAN. For Supreme Jndgr, HOOKING H. HUNTER. - : ;" For State Treasurer, " "G.ybENET DORSET. For, Board of Public Works, CAPT. JAMES M. BARRIERE. JOHN MORGAN'S RIDE. ' This accomplished, borse-ihief has Tiad a most wonderful ride the past twenty-five, day?. Thefield extended ffoartbe Oamberlaod river, through a portion of .Kentucky, Indiana and dhipi?and was hotly contested by the mounted forces under command of Gens. Hobson and Judah. John swam the Cumberland river on the 2d of July, captured Burksvilie, Ky.; attacked a peak jjarrison of Federsl troops at Columbia; on the 4lb, demanded tbe surrender of the stockade at Green river bridge, and was answered by the Federal 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. — 30 July 1863

LETTER FROM WASHINGTON. SINCE BULL RUN. HOW WE STAND—TERRITORY—ARMIES— FINANCES. of the Cincinnati Gazette. WASHINGTON, July 21. Two years ago to-day "the Nation received i me nrst rude lesson, of the war. iwo years ago to-day onr Grand Army of the Potomac," as, in childish imitation of .European Habits, we called onr little force of iweiuy-nve or thirty thousand men, pamerifting back over Long Bridge, beateo.-demoralised, aisgraced. Then followed the most sickening auiij .int. iinu ever uiemccu iric rieSS 1 ol this or any other country. It was a battle in which our total killed were 481, ourtotnl wounded, 1,011; vet, ac cording to our newspapers, Waterloo in all its disaster, was a nothing by the aide of the carnage of Bull Run Idiotic drivel about masked batteries? and black Horse Cavalry, and terrific charges, and fields of men mown as by a reaper, filled all our columns for weeks; and at last, in the very frenzy -of our folly, we turned upon the man who faithfully, and only too ...

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 July 1863

POET'S CORNER. THERE IS NO DEATH. BY J. L. M'CREAREY. Tera is so death! The stars go down .To rise opo some fairer shore; And bright is heavea's jeweled crown The 7 ihise fcrevermore. There is'iio iea&T The dasiws bead Shall change beaeath the tnescr ahcwen i o goioen. grain, or sttllow m, Or rainbow-tinted flowers. There u so deathi The lev msy fall; The &we may fade and pass away: They only wait throosh wintry 'hoars The coming: of the May. Tfiere nod'eatfif An angel fbrnr Walt 6'fir (ha earth' with silent tread; He bears'our beet loved thinge away. And then we caQ them "dead." He leave onr hearts all desolate; He plucks onr fairest, sweetest ffowen Transplanted into bliss, they now Adorn immortal bowers. The bird-lite voice, whose joyosa toner M&do glad this scene of tm and strife. Sings new1ryerlasting song Amid the Tree of Life. And where he sees a smHe too bright, Or hearts too pare for taint of nee, B beerrit to that' world of light. To" dwell in Paradise. Born in...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 August 1863

, . 1 us r i i n i - - - w f 4 $ HlRPEfeEDW AND HOPKIETOR. . XXVTlt TRUTH fJyf-SgCl : 1 V r . . 1:50, IN adyake G A L L I P O L PS , ' O H mf AtJGtJS -T '2 0ri8&3. - t . a- v- Number 39. WIDOWED AND POOR. WIDOWED AND POOR. B Y T. S. ARTHUR. ' JICynu mast have it. Jane." J .T'Tl.ere's do must in the case, -Harry. .Why will you talk so to-me, ss if I were unreasonable and ex travagnni?" Mrs. Drayton looted, hurt and of fended. - "I didn't say that yon" were unrea sonable and extravagant, Jane." "You raight as well have said- it." , was retorted in a tone of voice far from 8mi. ble. '!I think not," Mr. Drayton spoke f Diperaiive mapner. " ' ,' Now, of all things In tho world, Mr. 1 ret) v to make concessions for fleaee.- He could meet outside troubles, abd stand up brarely, even with odds against him. Sn life-battle but at home, be wanted rest" andjeace. And to se cure-tliese,jigS-fjelded things that should have bfeii-held firmly, Thence , U came 10 ne uunersiooa wun Airs. - , : . ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 August 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. bbitxd xvd published bt J AflfJBS HARPER, 23PAt $1.50, invariably ia advance JR. L. STEWART, Asbjstaw Edito. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY.: AUGUST 20, 1863. Union Ticket. c . For Governor. -jr-Hoir.. JOHN BROUGH. .For Lieut, Governor, ;,. . Cou CHARLES ANDERSON. t , - , . For Auditor of State, VsmCol. JAMES H. GODMAH". ''"- For'Sopreme Judge, HOCKING H. HUNTER. for olate Treasurer, G. VOLNEY DORSET. . For Board of Public Worts, Cam. JAMES M. BABRIERE. Union Ticket. UNION County Convention. " The Union men of Gallia county are "requested to meet at the usual places of holding elections in their respective ..townships, On SATURDAY, 29th day of AUGUST, 1863, t 2 o'clock P. M., and proceed to select delegates to represent them in a County Conven tion, to be held in GALLIPOLIS, on MONDAY, the 31st day of AUGUST, at 10 o'clock A. M. Nominations trill be made for tho fol lowing offices: Representative, Fro bate 'Judge, Prosecuting Attorney - Treasurer, Sheriff, Recorder, Commis...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 August 1863

Army Correspondence. Camp hear WIkcSbstir, Txkn.,7 Anonat fO. 1863. f Dbar Harks: The earns! of the 30tH brofccbt me the first intelligence I had had from the "land of the Gauls" in a lone time, and judging from the editorial page, Morgan must hare been running about loose in your region. That "trill be .something to talk about for the next century. You done well. All. honor to the militia of old Qaul. 1 heard that your beautiful city was' surrounded by fortifications, and 64 pounders placed on all the main roads jeaaing out 01 me city, ui course do cot doabt the. story in the least; but X would like to know where yon made a raise of the aforesaid 64 pounders. were tney smootb oore or rifled? But Morgan has rone up. A splendid day's j work for Ohio. The female sprosh nfi the sunny South will be in the dumps until ne is released. John was a gay dog. The women, old and young, married and single, were all in love with him. The heighth of their ambi tion was to see John and wind their 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. — 20 August 1863

POET'S CORNER. WHEN THIS CRUEL WAR IS OVER! Dearest lore do yaa tnaber, When we lut did meet, Hw yea told me that yaa loved me. ,Kaeesg at sry feetf Oh, how prosd" yea steed before rae. Is your suit of bloc. When you vowed to ine-end country - Ever to be Uue. " Cbgics Weeping", sad and lonely, Hopef wd fears, how tw. When this enzel war U orer. Fraying that we meet again, "When theslSnoier breeze ii sighing, Mournfully along, Or when the autumn 1 cares are falling, Sodly breathes the song; If in dreams I see Usee lying. On the battle plain, Xonely, wounded, even dying, Calling, but in Tain. Cbmcs Weeping, ead and lonely, etc. If, amid the din of battle, Nobly yon should fall, Far away from thoae that lore yoo, None to bear yon call. Who would whiaper word of comfort, Who would soothe your paint Ab ! the many cruel fancies, Ever in my brain. - ' Choecb Weeping, ead and lonely, etc Bat oar country called yon, darling, Angels cheer your way; While our Nation's sons are fighting. We can...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 August 1863

IHLi StHg - f ! f. if IHT vV H la 4 J- r t ws ' ;.yp ?i. i - ' i""-; j 'sua ' J.41TES EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TRUTH AND JUSTICE- t iJ ui , . .Li Mi II V 011 M EK -.FM ftSSSSk -tHHlH Slt1ftESt1Stm 11 SstSstSltl 3f 'I'll' ' r ! ' ;" 1 1 I : k ' '-' 5 .. Volume XXVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIftf AUriJST .273 6G&y. 4p 3- Number 40. CAREER OF AN ADVENTURER IN THE U. S. ARMY. D'UTASSY, THE SOI-DISTANT HUNGARIAN. D'UTASSY, THE SOI-DISTANT HUNGARIAN. [From the N. Y. Tribune, June 12.] On mondsy of this weet, Col. Fred eric George D'Utfwy, of the Quri bulrfi Guard, late Colonel commanding A brignde near wasningioo, passed throngh New York en route for tbe State Prison at Sing Sing. He was in charge of two United States officers, land his hands were manacled toprerent hi -escape.. "this manlefFthe city of NewToTk'at the head of as fine a regiment as has teen sent to the ar. In his behalf the sympathies of the people bad been en listed to such an extent that the TJnion Defence Committee disbursed ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 August 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. IDITID AMD F0BUSHKD BT JAKES HARPER, -At $1,50, inrariablr in advance K. L. STEWART. Assuaxt Esitos. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : AUGUST 27, 1863. Union Ticket. JflkflSOlajKc." For Governor, iOHN, BR0HGH. FprLient. Governor " CHARLES' ANDERSON. For Judge Supreme Court, . ..'.HOOKING H. HPHTER. -- r .For Auditor of State, f- JAMBS' If. GODMAN.; J? or treasurer. oi state, ff."VOLNEY DORSET, 7; , -oriBofrd-f Publie Works -r-OHN'Us BARRERE. Union Ticket. UNION County Convention. vOTijaTj$..Union Efenijf Gallia.connty are --reqcKSlea to meet at toe- usual places : ef noldiBg elections In .iheirreipectt ve -townships. On 8A TURD AT, 29ru d7 6fATJGU8T, 1863, at 2 o'clock "TV M.,.aod proceed to -seleoi delegates . to-repreent them in a County Conren . tion, to be held in GALLIPOLI8, on t MONDAY, the Slsr day of AUGUST, E "at 10 o'clock A.M. Nominations will be tasde for Ibo fol i lowing offices: Representative, Fro- -bale Judge,. Prosecuting Attorney Treasurer, Sh...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 August 1863

From the Cincinnati Gazette, 22d. From the Cincinnati Gazette, 22d. NEWS OF THE DAY. .1. i? I8 fr019; hr,",on through rebel9PK(,uptoThnr8dfij; Character Tbtf Rebels' concede that 7 r. r the walls of Fort Sumter were, crura bling'beheath the fire of the SOO; pound Tiirrott guns, which as .theyi'iaj, are too oiach for it. Sumterjat last ac counts was onlpoccasioBally Replying to thfreonsfant ajad lieavrv cannonade, and, wlthoat doubt, would soon be evacuated. It i conceded by the ene my that-so far as the naval defenses are'eoncerned, 'everything depends' on Sumter. They, however talk wildly about maintaming-the inner defenses to the last, holding every sityet.and lane U( tu cujr, ui.p.. u. ground api perishing Sa the last ditch. Street fighting is easier talked about tharrpracticed. and could- only result in malting necessary iBe--Tombardment'an.ount .consequent total destruction of -Charltton by our forces. It tbelessto be. remembered that Char es- ton id verf stronuly fortified, an...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 August 1863

POET'S CORNER. THE WANTS OF MAN. BY JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. -HaawaBts bHtlittle fee below, - 'Nor wsatsftat little teB. ' - ' OolitVt Says. -Man 'Vast but little tee below-; v Sotniti that IiUIe long." e lis sot with ire. esaetly eo ffr Bnttisiso In the song. J(yjrsntB Are many, and.if.toId - Wouldrematsr, many a score; . Aad'wsMr &ib.'wi5h.a mint of" gold, I fiD should long" for more. . . What first I want ii dairrbread,, . . And canvass "backs and wine"; .V :And all the realms of nature spread ' Before.ine when I dine ' Fem-cowses scarcely can provids ; Mr appetite to qnell, TW itfi fcrar choice cooks froaf Franca beside To"areei my dinner welL iWhatneIxrajstatherrf coet,--5'- - Is elegant attire; Blade cable fnra for winter! frost, ," . And silks for summer's fire, -'". -And-cashmere shawls and Brussels 1aee Mr bosom' frost to deck .Ana diamond rings ay hands to0rae;'i ', And rubies 'for "my mteji.- And then I want a mansion fair. And dwelling bouse in stylo", ' Font stories high ...

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