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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 September 1863

JAMES HARPER EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TRUTH AND JllftCE." $1;5(), IN"XfflI Volume XXVI1L GAL LIP OL IS, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 3, 1 863, Number 41. M O P T II II I A DAY AT ANTIETAM. Battle-field orAKnctiw.) . July 15; 1863. f A DAY AT ANTIETAM. To the Editor of the Boston Journal: The Bry is on the march to-day "toward Harper' Ferry. Instead, of keeping pace with the columns, X hare turned aside for a visit to the field of Antietam. The battle was fought on the 17th of September, last year. Ten months have passed. The Ieares of autumn have fallen, the snows of winter, and the rains of summer. It will be interesting to take a look at the field, to note bow far time has repaired Xswljohw-jilBatHre, with its ceaae.rowSchange'?"fts growth and tleesy W.leaves, fruits, end flowers, has repaired the waste of war. THE HOSPITAL CEMETERY. On a by-road leading from Benevola to Sharpsburg, two miles east of the battle-field, I came unexpectedly upon the cemetery, where rest the remains of those who die...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 September 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITED AH FTKIWHED BT JAMES HARPER, 09"At 91.50. inrarmbhr in advance R. L. STEWART. Amunkm Editoh GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : SEPT. 3, 1863. Union Ticket. TV .-. 'For Governor, JOHN BROUGH. "-For Lieut. Governor, CH ABLEa,A NDERSON. For Judge Supreme Court, HOCKING H. HUNTER. For Auditor of State, - JAMES H. GODMAN. . For Treasurer of Stale, .-G.: VOLNEY DORSEY., ,For Board of Public Works, : JOHN M. BARRERE. - e Union Meetings. Messrs. .Brasburt, Nash and others will.addressi (be, citizens ofGreenfield township at GALLIA FURNACE, on Sbursdsfr efeimiei Sept. lOtb, 1863, t7ocloc'k- Also, at, Eakins' mill, in Walnut township, on Friday, Sept. JItb, 1863, ai'i. 6'clock.P. 1L At Patriot, Friday, SepUUtb, 1863; at 7 o'clock P. M. ': Also, -at Wales village, on' Saturday, 'Sept. 12th, 1863, at 2.ovclock P. M. ,'At Centreville, on Saturday, Sept. 2tb, 1863, at7,o'cloek P. M. Other appointments will be announced nut-week. 'By order of Union Ceptral Committee. ...

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

THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON. OFFICIAL OF THE REDUCTION OF FORT SUMTER. REPORTED CAPTURE OF FORT WAGNER. SHELLING OF THE CITY CONFIRMED. FIRMED. . SHELLING OF THE CITY CONFIRMED. THE RICHMOND EXAMINER AMAZED AT THE FACT. ADDITIONAL DETAILS OF OPERATIONS. ; Ttions. -HxId'qKS DjSP'T OF TBllfeDIH, 1 !?MoBRrs Island, 8. 0.", Asg. 24 t, MojonGtneralBalleeJr: V I&b: I hare tbejaonor fiT'.repoft the prBe(.icJ,demolilion :o'f Fort'Sa rater as thjr?sult of our. sejen'o'aW'boaabsrd-iseBt-otbsV wort,- ineludrtjrUWo "days of Kcba rWerftd-orlfeue atortn mostjserro8ly3ifflinised the acennTcy and effect of our fire. Fort Sum ter is to day a shapeless and harmless mass of rums. Aly chief pf artillery. Colonel j.ai. xurner, reporu.-ils destruction so far complete that it is no longer' of any avail id the defenses of Charleston. He also says that by a longer fire i cuuiu oe maae more completely a ruin and a mass of broken masonry, but could scarcely be'more powerless for the defense of the harbor. 'Br...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 September 1863

POET'S CORNER. JOHN MORGAN'S RIDE. , ' f- ' I Twas in the glomes victor-month Of Jo1y sixth-three. That Morgan with fire thousand incrr "Took Corse' ia Tennessee. With hs.tr unshorn, and feet unshod, With garbs of every hue, From gnzxly grsy to butternut, Tbey were a motley crew. Tlrey crossed the sparkling Cumberland. ' TAnd enufif M the balmy gales That swept along Kentucky's hills. And dowDberfraitfnl rales. Tbey roHd and mnrder'd as they went, AdJ thooght it wondrous fine To drive the horses from the field And uninvited, dine. Of John, the great marauding chief, We hear it often said. Bis brains are borne by Basil Duke, -. , Within his own email head. And all agree, the doughty knight ' His bravery conceals. Not in bis comrade's trusty head. But in his horse's heels. In stable-roost, and stable yard. We to his prowess bow; No envious hand may pluck the ttraa We bind around his brow. And now through many a frighten'd town, Bide" on that plundering band; And like a troop of fami.l...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 September 1863

- imn. n i nunn Tnvrmvn l m tit nrniTPmnn ' m t tt. itutt i vr t o Trrr nYnTirn - ' ' : i . z : - - . I i. . - Volume XXVIII. aAiPoiiis, oijio is j$p timber ib , 1 8 6 3, .. U , f - -I . 11 1 AN INFAMOUS COPPERHEAD PAPER ALLEGIANCE TO THE GOVERNMENT AND JESUS CHRIST DENOUNCED! UNPARALLELED BLASPHEMY. What kind of people live up in Crawford County, Ohio, may "be learned from the following delectable extracts from a newspaper published ht Bucyrus, the county seat. It 'will be remembered that this County was the Ji"'-10 protect deserters and to "hoiandigMlion meetings, ta 'prejudice the peoplejigainst the administration. Here it was, that a civil war broke out and the insurgents raised ihe rebel flag. At present they are for Vnllandigbam Bnd Pugh. We are indebted; to the Cleveland Leader for the selection and comments. We have before us "Volume 4, Number 3" of "The Divinity Physi cian," published at Benton, Ciawford county, by David buttle, V. D. He announces his paper "Independent of ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 September 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITED AMD PUBLISHES BT JAMES HARPER, jrgyAt 91,60, invariably in advance R. L. STEWART, Abhstast Edjtok. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : SEPT. 10, 1863. Union State Ticket. For Governor, JOHN BROUGH. for Lieut. Governor, CHARLES ANDERSON. .For Judge Supreme Court, HOCKING H. HUNTER. ; For Auditor of Stale, JAMES H. GODMAN. For Treasurer of State, G. TOLNEY DORSE Y. : For-Bord of Public Works, JOHN M. BARRERE. . For State Senate. . BENRY S. NEAL. For RepraentAtire, JOSEPH BRADBURY. "Tor Treasurer. - JACOB KERNS. Tor ProMcutiig Attorney. SAMUEL A. NASH. For Recorder, 0. W. CHERINGTON. . For Sheriff, "WILLIAM "WADDELL. For Coroner, m. 0. W. WALL. For Probata Jo dp. ALEXANDER LOGUE. For ConnnuBioner, ROBERT CARTER. Infirmary Director, WILLI AH CLARK. jt"Friends of the Union, a word rwilh yon. The campaign of 1863 is now.fully open. The State ticket, com pose'drof menj 'who formerly belonged to both, political 'parties, has long been -in the fied. No truly loya...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 September 1863

From the Cincinnati Gazette. NEWS OF THE DAY. Wo publish a letter from Gen. Gar field, in which YalUndieham'a fake- hoods in regard to the willingness oT the rebels to content to tt reconstruction of the TJnion, are ablj exposed.. The General's statements are derired from the most respectable citizens of that Earl 01 aennesaee visiieu uy v wmuuig am. It Will be remembered that a few days since we published a special disDatcn from Stevenson. Ala., which fixed on Yallandierbam the gailtof en couraging the rebels in resistance, and urging them to hold on to Vicksburg to the last. No names were given, but our correspondent derived the Jacts froiahjgbiy respectable authority-. A BiDtrnlar confirmation of the dispatch trill be found in our telegraph columns this morning. A correspondent ot tbe Jfeyr York Times, who has just ar rired in Philadelphia from Richmond, received in the latter city from the lips of a son of Gen. Lane of Oregon, tbe information that Lee and Morgan inva ded the Ifo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 September 1863

POET'S CORNER. FABLE OF THE WOODMAN AND THE FABLE OF THE WOODMAN AND THE THIEF—OR, HOW LINCOLN BECAME AN ABOLITIONISTS. 1' 3 The following sprightly and well-told story is one of the sort' sensible and humorous po litical fables which -we remember to hire ever reia.'' Every one Will enjoy it. The author iscHgnorable Samuel B. Gooiins, of Chicago, formerly one ef tbe Supreme Judges of In jdiana: ' Woodman cue nigbt was aroused by "clatter, Each one in the- hotise cri-mg"HorirIiats Miemattcrr" ; AH jumped ont of bed and ran hiloer Bad thither, .,,-, t Scarce knowing- amid their alarm why or - whither; But soon it was found 'mid the tumult and din That burglars were making attempts to break in. And now there arose o'er the tumult and noise -The woodman's lqud summons, addressed to r "the boys." "The boys'' quickly came, and on looking . " around, At one of the windows a ladder was found, And on it a burglar, who, plying his trade, - already had A burglarious opening i 1 made. Now the w...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 September 1863

..ft ,:...,; . - : o 1 F J -1:50, IN 1DYM0E Volume XXYI1I. GALI4IPOLIS, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 17,18. !" NumbeiDi43l 1 ft ft' M ft mW" It ttlirif jfrliSMB JAMES HJSIRPERi EDITOK AKJJ mPMETOR. .. TKHTH i'ANI); J USTICE. w TESTIMONY OF ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CIVIL WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CIVIL WAR? A COMPLETE VINDICATION OF THE NORTH BY THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE CONFEDERACY OF KIDNAPPERS. "We, famish the following extract from a speech of Alexander H. Ste phens. in the Convention that took Georgia out of the Union, January, 186J. This speech of Vice President Stephens effectually silences the Demo--craturajlics'of kidnappers and traitor. 'The great argument used by ' them Jin 'the North is that the Nortfchad inra. ded the rights of the South. Stephens "brands them all as liars. Ho charges the ctval war, with all its horrors, sole ly on the South. On the floor of the Convention called Jo vote Georgia out -of the Union he declared: "That this step once .taken, 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. — 17 September 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. ZStTXD XMO 7DBL1SSID BT JAMES HARPER, 23fAt .91.50, invariably ia.sirsnoe rTL. 8TEWAET, Ashbtajit Edrok. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : SEPT. 17, 1863. Union State Ticket To Governor, JOHN BROUGH. iFor Lisot. Goreraor, . , CHARLES ANDERSON. '. For Judge Supreme Court, - HOCKING H. HUNTER. For Auditor of State, - JAMES H. GODMAN. For Treasurer of Slate, 0. YOLNEY DORSET. For Board of Publio Worki, . JOHNTJf. BARRERE. For State Senate, HEHRT 8. HEAL. Tor Representative, JOSEPH, BRADBURY. FcrTwourer, JACOB KERNS. Tor Froteeotinff Attorney. SAMUEL A. HASH. For Recorder. . ' 0. W. CHEEIITOTOK. For Bnenff, VIXL1AM WADDEIi. For Coras er. Dr. O.D. WALL. For Probate Judpe. ALEXANDER LOOTJE. For Commtuioner, ROBERT CARTER. Infirmary Director, WILLIAM CLARK. . fyScn. Jno. A. Loom, once war horse of the Democratic party in Illinois, is stumping that State in op noiition to the Coonerheads. General . Gbakt, also a Democrat and bis supe rior officer, said, that ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 September 1863

THE PRIVATEER FLORIDA IN QUARANTINE. " ' ANTINE. , Foreign Correspondence of the N. Y. Herald. QUEENSTOWN, Aug. 30. The Pirate Florida has not had it all as smooth as no doubt Captain Maffit, her commander; anticipated. Da her arrival at Brest of which yosre already informed the usual examina tion of papers ,was entered upon by the French authorities, and; among other deficits, the bill of. faealtb was found wanting,, whereupon the willy cruiser was ordered into quarantine a posi tion jn which she still remains, for how lone Heaven only ltnoirs, for whereit .she to receive- the required documents from? It now leaks out that while off Queenstown and alter landing the three parties named, in my previous letter, a fishing boat was sent out with dis patches for her,or.8 of which was the . n , - . i : .; r v ceruncaie wnicn me inquisitive rreucu Custom House were demanding an instrument made to order, of course; but the Florida having been warned off the coast, left without her mails, ao...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 September 1863

POET'S CORNER. THE DYING SOLDIER. Among 4ha.,jH3e Uit overlook , 1 j C Stone rivers rocky bed, 4 Ohio knows fall many a.soa That's numbered with the-dead". Til tsrilo' Sfl,audticiie of.atrife,. Ko friend or kindred near, To wipe-the-death damp from the ejer' a. Or sited rfeclka' ter. To sootie the offerer in, his pain Wiih words of holy cheer. Or bend the knee in earnest prayer, . For tho dying volunteer. Thai day, when all along oar lines Sained showers of ahotand shell, . Thus satnya brave young soldier died. Thus many "a herb- fell. When night doted o'er this bloody scene, Returning o'er the ground, " I heard the piteous mcana of cse Laid low by mortal wound. Twaiby that ford ve crossed that day. The ground ao dearly bought, Where Miller led his stalwart men. And gallant Moody fought. The woandso! soldier's cheek was wan. And besmless was his eye; I knew before 'another morn, The wounded man must die. I built a fire of cedar rails', The air was eold and damp; ' And filled his 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. — 24 September 1863

. - i ; ti m ii mi i I j n-TrtniininiT I yi5f H H T m:..- . m 1 rBflrr"' ' i": rm ' K ".Si" MAR ; rf,.:nvi.0i.tt JAtt -1 .T.UwTl-I . 3 (Mi tip 0119 311-11 1. -n I l I-':- . r r Jr f vy JAHES H&RP35R, EDITOR Volume XXVIII. AM) PROPRIEM. OALLIPOLIS, OHIOEPTEMflEB 24, : . . - , J "TRUTH 'AM). JUSTICE." 1863. 5J1 J :t i dumber :50rIN-ADVdLHGE From the Ohio State Journal. VALLANDIGHAM A DISUNIONIST. . When disunion was rampant in Con- cress, did Vallandigham ever utter a V m "XT . recorded word azainst it? Not ene. - When secessionists were 'denouncing the Union, and 'eoing out with their States,' did Vallandigham ever record R svliable of reproof or obiecl? Not one. When, traitors were robbing our mints", plundering our arsenals, seizing our forts and our ships, did Vallandig iiam ever interpose a single phrase of rebuke or reproof" Hot one. All mis went on, and 'bloody treason flourished orer ttsj while he sat in the House of Representatives; yet nofh&g ever, escaped bis ips th...

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 September 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. XBITE0 XJtV PDBUBHK0 BT JAUES HARPER, JE3TAt $1.60. invsriaWy in advance R. L. STEWART, Asbtast Sbito.,-!!. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : SEPT, 24, 1863. Union State Ticket For3 Governor, JOHN BROU.GH. For Lieut Governor, ' charles Anderson. For Judge 8ubreme Cotart, HOOKING H. HUNTER. : JFor Auditor 'of Stele, ' . JAMES H,. GODMAN. .FoTiTreaanrer of Stale, ;.. V.OLNEY DORSE Y. 'For Board of Public Works, " . - 'JOHN M,,"BARRERE.'' T6r 6tat BenaU, HEKRY B.HEAL. . 'For Representative' ,', JOSEPH. BRADBUftY- For Treasurer. ' r : - JACOB KEENS. For ProiMating Attorney, a r- : :. SAMUEL A If ASH. .. . -1 JFee-ReeordeR - - ,:',. 3- J7. .CHERIIKJT.OU'. . P .Ton Sheriff.- - WILLIAM 'WADDELL. "For Coroner. , Da. C. D. "WALL. For Probate Jndee, ALEXANDER LOOUE. Tor Commissioner, ROBERT GARTER., Infirmary Director, WILLIAM CLARK. " JNo honest man can longer doubt -that the election of Vallandigham in, Ohio, and Woodward m Pennsylvania, would be looked .upon in Rich...

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 September 1863

THE CONSPIRACY IN OHIO—WAR OR PEACE THE ISSUE. Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette. JACKSON, Sept. 14. havt ttie-lndiriff flection. It is,atojeg a obtMelwHttle raBpected,.i.ferl by molt, of or pop, ay n. iroad facts which 'baTemao'mjvttwwJe'dge, I am wUSfisQ' that there is- ft', gigantic conDfacr onMbe part of the -3opper healjieaders to obtain poss&sViod. of poUtalpoweiNintObio for t he purpose of cirrjing her omt of the:tjiw," and plaefog her in confljd with tbe General GoteWafint and on the ade of tbe re- Ow. indication of ihte f.et.ivthe in tense feieresl.telt hj rebels, lnerery part of 'the West and East, in "tblhre- suit1 of the Ohio elections 'I- it as in Western New yprk some weeks eince and fell 'among a best of Unmitigated rebels: men who declared there could be no draft, in that State; who said ... . 1 . 4 t-rv mat oeymonr naa asseriea in nis. nui falo speech, made daring his canvass, that if be was elected, not another sol dier should leave that Stale; men, who....

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 September 1863

POET'S CORNER. FOR THE LOYAL LEAGUE. LEAGUE. On the Anniversary of the Attack on Fort Sumter, April 11th, 1863. When our banner went down, with iU aneienl . ;rxeoown, '. Btoy and degraded by treason, . Did they think, as it fell, what passion woald -swell vOur hearts when we salted thea the reason. Cacwg Oh! lkenjHV. 1? 41,6 The flag-that proclaimed us a na afc, .7 ff-jfiwinhloniUparl.while'Uitrtfi 1m " ' life in a "heart. Aw3 then trust to the next genera tion. !" - - -. Althoaga causeless the blow thtet Sumter laid low That flair, it was seed for the morrow: And a them sand flags flew, for the one that jell true, - -i , As traitors havefound to their Borrow. Coeass OM then, rally, brave men, to the lUtab' - Standard again, Jam? The flag that proclaimed as e tm- :ut ? - uons 5- ' We will fighton its part, while there's .a- -1 -. Kfcin a heart, 'si;- And then treat to the next genera di.- .... tion. ..... . . . , Tm in flashes of flame it was brought to a shame. Till then unrecorded...

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

5 t .teats FAMES'-ffiiRPER,- HDITOR MD PROPRIETOR. Jirae XXVIII. GAIiliiPOLIS OHICh .-I -x: '- - n miii.nf "- ' - ' - - - r - 'V r "'. a!..') - ... ..r,. .. - '.yAU v CONVENTION OF WAR DEMOCRATS. ADDRESS AND RESOLUTIONS. COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 22. Af ialfp?8t two .o'clock ihe. ConTenr tion was called to order. In jrepppnse to a general invitation,, Cpl. Brirle and "YTm, Fjlzgerald" of .yonr citjj made -capital speeches in favor'of an actire rose.cntion pf the war, denouncing in strong.lernis'pe'eee'ni.en. Three .cheers were jgiren 'to the Annrof the Cnm Iferland, by'gfenilmen of the conven- ' e'cba&Sniel?c?i edlbe 'following, w'hicb wasiictteginning without a single dissenting voice ADDRESS OF THE WAR DEMOCRATS. To the jjtmocraey pf Ohio: "Fbtaow Citizens: Having met for the purpose, among other things, to a'dopt snch measures as the exigen - cies of' the occasion demand for the welfare of our common country, we 'feel it a duty which we cannot ignore 'nor thrust aside, to address y...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 October 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. SBltSD AJTD PffBtWBrrnrj JAMES KtsrittK in advance o'.u, invariant? GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. :: OCT. 1. 1863. Union State Ticket. ' For Governor, : JOHN BROUGH. Fdr Lieut. Governor, , C Sif-' C'HARLES ANDERSON. , For Judge Snpreme Court, HOCKING H. HUNTER. j f .For Auditor of Stale, "-VifVlUiri) tt nnmriu ireasnrer of btate, . ' 6. V0LNEY DORSE Y. For Board' of Public Work. - - JOHN If. BARRERE. For State Senate, HEtfRY S. REAL. i -. J?ot RepreaentativeAi ' For TreMurer. ' JACOB KERNS. For Prosecuting Attorney, SAMUEL A. HASH. Tor Recorder, TJ. TV. CHERIKOTOK. For Sheriff. WILLIAM "WADDELE. For Coroner. Da. C. D. "WALL. For Prolate Judj?e. ALEXANDER LOOUE; For Commissioner, ROBERT CARTER. Infirmary Director, WILLIAM CLARK. -!1R,it 1 jSTThe Union meeting held in GaU lipolis on last Monday was one of the most interesting find respectable eTer held in the place. In point of numbers it hag been exceeded. This was owing : to the peculiar circumstances by which pour frien...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 October 1863

THE RATTLES OF CHICKAMAUGA— REBEL VIEW OF THE SITUATION. TS . " . g - A A fill JM JOKT'MOHBOX,' OCpt. ABB isag of trace boat New York arrived this evening from Citj Point, with eight hundred prisoner of war. The RchtnoBd-WMg of Sept. 23d beea received. Its editorial claims a Ticlory in Vfetorv in Northern Alabama for Braee.-bat in coficlus-ioasayc We aappreaa -exultation, at the tnoaghtof what jet remains to be done, and. tfee; possibility oflosiagall that has beea gained by (ailing to complete tbe work. Situated as Bosecrsns is, the victory that does not disperse or cap- e tare fan .whole army, as a last oppor taaity. if ne is permitted to hold Chat tanooga, then onr victory will be with oat profit, and we have only to moarn that so many brave men bare died in Tain, aDd.chieQy that the gallant Hood faas sealed bis faith with bis life. Hose rans most not only be beaten in battle bnt he most be destroyed or drirea fro ra East Tennessee. Otherwise the battle had as well not been fough...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 October 1863

POET'S CORNER. POET'S CORNER. NO MORE. .ThV.wiaaowi of her .cheerful roost; ow, i -From vtucbute Janp-UcBt.nsedJo paw "iToVnevCTifuMflmtliejjjfcbom ' r. JhtyJblaie.AawelcoiaBB no.'i . 1 Med to wait :fclow. till sh- .s - - :3 - -Beat, clad U whiU, the easement 'er-,. And, (sailed, aad'.kissed her hand $,txit-i .. Sh oomes and gladdens me-ne-.more. I knew Tier step, and Iiatesed-till ; Tf f.;ni.a fmn "n'tiyJoor: A thousand Jeet Ure echo still. . Bat Kers are echoed there no more. And sueh a pleasant voice to here, JThit in iU every breathing bore f ( Thaloreof all tha universe! lis music comfort me no more. The loving eyes, that tepfypgnrr . , Because the loving soplran o'er, "(Therein J. hid my dreama from view. Reflect my hopes and' dreams no more. Why, something lthef atmosphere.. Though she'-wereViewless, tidings bore And told me always she was .'near? -. But sow it tells me so no mere. The world .a pleasant world was then; ., "-"The cup of life. was ruaniD o'er; , ' But bow the w...

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