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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 October 1863

J 14 fill 'I I TI 111 (ill I 11 ffxr " lfcfrf,Mfls ilr Hil ill I?1 aHKAi; . JAMS HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. no Volume XXVIII, GALLIPOLIS, OMO, G'TOMR' 8, 186S IMPORTANT LETTER FROM GEN GARFIELD. GARFIELD. VALLANDIGHAM CONVICTED OF FALSEHOOD —HIS CONVERSATION WITH THE REBEL GOVERNOR HARRIS. Hon. Wm. Dennison, Chairman Union Central Committee, Columbus, Ohio Deak SiRr-rlti tbe address, of O. L. Vallandigham. to the Democracy of Ohio dated "Niagara Falls, July itf, 1663," the following paragraph, occurs: s '"Trawling a thoasand miles .and more through nearly one-half the Con federate States, and sojourning for a 'time, at widely different points, I met not one man, woman or child, who was not resolved to perish rather than 'to yield to tbe pressure or arms, eren in tbe most desperate extremity. Ana whatever may be the varying forfane .of the war, in which I recognize the hand of Providence poiritmg visibly to the ultimate issue pt this great trial of the States and People of Americ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 October 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. IBITBD JtSD PUBLISHED BT J AWES HARPBKf 23TAt 1.50. invariably in advancer R. L. STEWART, Abstakt Emk. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. :: OCT 8. 1863. Union Ticket. For Governor, rr JOHK BROUGH, For LTe&t. Governor, CHARLES .ANDERSON. Tor Judge Sopreme Court, ' HOCKINC H. "HOTTER. Tor Auditor .of State; JAMES EC. GODMAN. For Treasurer of State, " - G..T0LNEY DORSEY. For Board of Public Works," -JOHN, M. BARRERE. For Stile StntU, ' HENRY B. WEAL. , Tor Representative. ' : JOSEPH BBADBUKY 7orTreasren 3 . "JACOB KEENS. JTor Trotecating Attcrsey, , ; SAMUEL A. IT ASH. for-Jleeorder. 0. W. CHERINGTON. ' Fcr Sheriff, WILLIAM WADDELL. . Pot Coroner , . . Dt 0. D. WALL. . For Probate Judge. ' ALEXANDER LOOTJEl Fcr Commissioner, ROBERT CARTER. Infirmary Director, WILLIAM CLARK. a5 e 'a-'-, acb : t-: r : VJ! ?- r. Union Meetings. , There will be beld, Union Meetings, & t&t the following times and places, wbicb cwHl be addressed by one or more of the f...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 October 1863

From the Cincinnati Gazette 3d. NEWS OF THE DAY. We had a eonversstion yesterday with a trentleaan-who left .Chattanooga on Saturday last.. ..He spoke most en- couragingly of the situation.- livery building of size in Chattanooga had B a 1 : -Anlnn At nfirf fi Marl mlh seen uteo p..Uu u. . ... r,.u xoaiBaissary stores. 10 is snows that "Gen. Boseeraat . means to stay there. and that there fe no dangerf his sup- plies giving out. The' telegraph us no news fromthe Army of, mo wuuuE.i.uu -.j,-.. At last aatiees Gen. Franklin's corps had sailed from New Orleans destina - tr. unlrnnirn There was as accident at Nashville on the 29th, by which ninety rebel nriniwiera were wounded and several killed. One hundred of these rushed nn tn ainira at nnrn. nttnemn inn lottAr'.n to give way. and precipitating the crowd to tbe lower story. We have rebel advices from Charles - that city claim that Beauregard's guns give our troop's at Wagner a good deal of trouble. The latest estimate of the availabl...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 October 1863

POET'S CORNER. VANITY. BY GOETHE. orri"afebrated,Gemn; acr, .lived eivfrCl?3 r Be -wrote almost i .TejydepartoeBWtuttnre,Ba,eTei6i Ve U my heart upon nothing, you see; a-:- -- - - Hurrah! , AmTsoihff world goes weU with me; - - Hurrah! And whonas a mind to be UUcnCPt mine, Whyjtthira take'boldandlielpme twine. - A wreath foe the rosy Hint. 1'ietnjrhetrtftt firrtnpon-sretth;" .rt -' And bxter'daway.iny peace and health; Birr, ah! . ThasfippcryjchanrcwertalxjutiikeMr; Aad.Hrienl.had eTnteh-'da handfnlJitte, Awayit went there. I eetnv heart upon.traTel grand; . ' -J 1 ' . Hnrrah! . .; . And Vpurn'd on? pU'm old fatherland; - . . . Bataht. , L - . Naught seem'd to be job t the thing it should . ..Most comfortless beds and indiffereafc food, j-'r ' .My testes misunderstood. .1 tetiny heart upon sounding fame; , - r . ' Hurrah! .And, lo! I'bj i eelips'd by some upstart's name; V " And, ahl ' .TOien'in public life I loom'd emto high, The folks tJiatpai'dma-WQDldJSokBwr5-Their very "worst f...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 October 1863

' tftlUwLif If mx mI: & r L' I .in-. - P - L ' , JIM HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "TltJTIiAND JStiCE;" 1:50, IN iBTiSC Volume xxvra. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, O gJBJEl 15, 186 3. Number 4 THE BATTLE OF CHICAMAUGA. Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sept. 29. The roar, of .one of earth's fiercest battles has just ceased to roll among these mountain ranges. As the smoke lifts and the dust subsides, the promi nent features, and results of the con flict begin to appear. To understand the failure of the enemy, it is necessa ry to say a few words in regard to the relative positions of the two armies. .General Eosecrans by a magnificent . movement, bad forced, the enemy to abandon Chattanooga. The enemy, bavin? received heavy re-enforce- tnents, endeavored (o cut our forces off from Chattanooga before the army Separated by its grand Hans move ment; could concentrate there. The tight of our line had been extended nearly to Rome, and although the con cent ration bega...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 October 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. JJ"At $1.50. invariably in advance It. L. STEWART, Assistast Editor. j i GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. :: OCT. 15. 1863. Thx Elsctiob. Up to the hoar .of lacing to press, the election in Galli polis has passed off very quietly, and without the slightest disturbance.- The B rough' boys look jubilant and elated. The Vallandigbamers corres pondingly dejected and dismayed. 1 llllll IUS acbtu U-J lit. H U V. .MV. , 1. 1 1 .r rti. ..awiI nangrHrrOUOir iu uubanu wo ui uo wum nt the polls, watching a favorable op portunity to do what their very coun tenances indicate they know to be dis reputable. The Union ticket being' printed on yellow paper, and the traitor ticket on white, it is an easy matter for the bystanders to decide who is on the side' of their country. Alas! for the once, glorious Democracy. To what a .depth of infamy has it been forced to descend, in consequence of the coarse pursued by the leaders. How .many will he...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 October 1863

IMPORTANT FROM THE ARMY OF THE IMPORTANT FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. IMPORTANT FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. LEE REPORTED FALLING BOCK TOWARD. IMPORTANT FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. LEE REPORTED FALLING BOCK TOWARD. RICHARD—SHARF SKIRMISH IN OUR FRONT. nx -v - .Wc:..inn Hi.rmtrhps tn tn Murpurv. -viiKuuijivu .-(- - -j Li. tna BnllM jihAI atwv .tte that the entire rebel army has fal back frw. 10 xMCBmunu. 11 lacir .ijr w temored.- Ttuuretreat -aw prooaoij . . 11 . beea goin pn for lereral days, though , t r . . . f 1 1 I -ill ineir siam iryut wag ao wnuuroHu 111 Saturday?' TBs neraft has the following epecia! "'rABirr or thk Potomac, Oct. 10. tjee has withdrawn from our front, an it ir uppoed he has gone to the de fenies ol Richmond, and is sending i portion of his army to re-enforce Bragg r i ii in iront 01 vjoaiianoogo. "Weather fine, and roads in good order." A letter from headquarters of the Army of the Potomac, says for two or three days past the enemy has been concentrating ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 October 1863

POETS CORNER. HEART AND THE LIVER. MUSINGS OF A DYSPEPTIC. BY JOHN G. SAXE. She's broTcea-KetrtecU-I have heard, Whale'er may be the reason ; (Saoh things will happen-now and then In lore's tarapejtcraa season.) Bat still I marvel she -would show No plainer outward token. If each a vital inward part Were very badly broken 1 She's broken-hearted, I am told, ' And so, of course, believe it; When troth is fairly certified I modestly receive it; But after such an accident, It surely is a blessing:. It doesn't in the least impair Her brilliant style of dressing ! She's broken-hearted; who can doubt The noisy voice of Rumor? Asdyet she seems for such a, wreck In no unhspm humor; She sleeps (I hear) at proper hours. When other folks are dozy; Her eyes are sparkling aa of yore. And still her cheeks are rosy! She's broken-hearted, and they say She never can recover; And then in not the mildest way They blame some fickle lover; I know she's dying by degrees But sore as I as a sinner, I saw he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 October 1863

.. . , Mi .Iqb at i8 "tejtaa bH?o4' t MM(ri wi extras ,&SX Stall It 3 JiM'EE?E EDITOR AUD.PRQERIETOR, ,,.1 . r - TROJTJtATO dSHOE,- - ' - . , . ,o0 ' Volume XXVIII. eKFumlber 4-8. - WASHINGTON VISION. WASHINGTON VISION. BY WESLEY BRADSHAW. I Tbq Jail'time I oversaw Anthony " 'Sn'erman was" on "tKb '4th of July, 186?, in Jtidependenee Square, lie Tyas -"tBen ijinety-one," and becoming Very feeble; bnt thongb so old. His . dim ming' eye re'in3led as .lo looked, at independence mil, whtcn, be saja, ne f 1 . . . ' i.-. ana corns, 10 gsze upon odcb more, uc- "What time is it?" said'he,, raising,'his tremblmg eye to the, cloct m the etee' ' Die. and endeavorinfr to shade the for '.mer with a iBalnnsr hand.. "What r Ume is ftf I can't se!e as I Used to!" "Half-Dsst ib'ree." f'Come theni" fie, contfnneJ, ''let, os !?o into the Hall: I urant to tell you an incident of Washington's life one wbicb, no one alive knows of except toySelf, and' if'on li?e, you TfiH be-Joreonsr-eee it'rerified....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 October 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. XDITXB AND PtJBU803 BI JAMES HARPER, S3At $1.50, Invariably in a'dvaace K. L. STEWART. Ammurt Eunofc GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. :: OCT. 22. 1863. "We baTeTHetThe enemy, "and ;tfeey movre" The rout and destruc ioasfpperhfeadtMB ja Ohighw.be eg " to complete and overwhelming, as to leave no vestige of it rem sin rag". Never before in the1 political history of ' this csaatry, bts the annihilation of anything claiming to .be a party, been so entirely satisfactory to its opponents The most sanguine lorerof his country, ivho earaestly hoped and prayed for victory, could not desire it more so ' The poor writhing, mangled copper heads, bare learned that there is still virtse to be found amongst the' people, They hare discovered that their corrupt and traitorous influences were less "i-widely" extended, tnaV tfiey toped for. The magic-name of Democracy, when clothed lit the-garments of treason, they ; :at last find to avail nothing For their "-base efforts rto prostitute a, gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 October 1863

THE TENDER MERCIES OF SLAVERY— THE TENDER MERCIES OF SLAVERY— INCIDENT OF LIFE IN WASHINGTON. Tbs followiaWifciBfeceBce cf Wash ington .fWs'ISsd daJi whea the National Capital owned the fc uuujTifiH of the elate povapgie find 'k':ihe jnjrr""'t ofiWunr York rsars 'igOiXjmltfey banter for s'Miee, i. a rr2itf . r 1 ; inn. m ml M mbiv I II I V cas Bington l-MIHia 800 iratH?urteen. jkt-mt lereea sQfather. 4rich were lbe fashion- ,"La received, -the. rtrVssa of the -ad the inebunimimM the .- - .t.ttrz.lt ihiiAtt'-- t ...,,:l - ---f r u t, i ther bJj'Mia AW Brijs'Mi-vWt3 to "Wariwi gk Til '4 eowte ;i;y(sie-1 h e -MHMBM; own 'to.tM crty-aer arojred; :Jwfr,1teJ omg!Hfef ring ms cofege,ju-j, WBKBjwBef resirmnea in its express-luraiuHi: !no turiufl fatler. who fostered. and eb-1 coHt 2eaJcBs!r. eesle 4e bis permanent residence there He desired, however, .that his sonJAi should remain with htm here during ill tm mbbbb avaw a n a nnnm r ahp mm i a procnrei for blsa as a clerk-in the War Depsr&am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 October 1863

POET'S CORNER. the Atlantic Monthly. the Atlantic Monthly. "CHOOSE YE THIS DAY WHOM YE WILL SERVE." WILL SERVE." BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. ftU.yWySna fearwEaeyoti "day-War of IFreedW'twfiSS .uudnigBt to Uyonf'i ------ r - " r1 stfiaJ fit'- - Wbyplead xrith.adejJfcfthe ciusecf man-- The owl hoM snoos,tbat tie, Wgle tt Dunasj Wd'ask1 nwrtaUii'vere'-irMtingW time Tf - 'Jt ' dor life is'" iaenace, ouiijelfare a er f WehavetbaUle toifehV? baveN.foes"to suV "Tiariraltabt "IoFbs.- and -we-trait- not ,ior yon! tTEiisower noVjthOTgaiheiaddcr .may .withe.-- - s And the copperhead foil, round the ;blde of "No tides in. thU-wl,Myour statesmen "maj urge, v.i.a. - OfjehooUhonift-and-yagM --nth -slave-pen Hn in tke n carrel! proclaim it at -well To the angels that fight -with the legions of: , ."-fiKf - c, :t - ; j , i They kneel! inGoa Vteilei-he -North and With blood on eaeffVeapon and prayers in ?ica5mouth;r Tr" ',Lift - attead. . The lords cfth?lMh;j4sthcirvoices ascend: n inrd! vt areihanedin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 October 1863

JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND fPR0PRIET0B.' 4ffPT' ' "TBUTH fiypfecfe ', 'jf ? V , 'V " " 1:0, IN ADTAMCE Volume XXVIII. BjI PO LIS, 9 H I O ,jp0 T O R ErR , 29 , 186 3, j JVumbeJl THE OLD MAN'S COLT. The snow was ailing right cheer fully on the last day of the Tear 185 bdS already there lay upon the ground sufficient to matte most excellent sleighing. The youngest were enjoy ing the fun in the roads, the country -sledges were rattling by, filled with rosy cheeked girls and merry Jads; the more elegant turnouts from the city fourteen miles distant occasionally "flitted tiast the tavern door, where I was tarrying temporarily, and the sea son was peculiarly gay, as the bblli days were passing away. In. the bar-room of the eountnr hotel Where I sojourned I had right" heartily" enjoyed the various samples 01 buman character I met, and I bafc, for a week, dav and evening, the opportunity of listening to the "yarn" of the villa gers. or of the numerous visitors who congregated in the old. tave...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 October 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. edited and published BT tws n n m - - , . . . i 1. w 1 " .... ...... u . ... S. L. STEWART. Abshtakt Esitox. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : OCT. 29, 1863. ' ' Coil. The Pitlsbtarg Gazette re-J ports. an abundant supply of coal for Jtb"e lower cities, awaiting water for "Shipment down the Ohio river. Four - million-bushels' are now reported in the c pools of the MbnongaheU above Pitta'- i " bnrgbesidea other large amount in the neighborhood of the city. The ambunt' is not as large as usually accumulates during the same length of time. Bnt tbia is owing to the fact that diggers are 6caiee, and because . merchants were not able to procnre " barges in which to float it to the market After. the 4.000,000 bushels go down, and (be barges are returned, then the amonnt-necemry to meet the demand can. go .forward regularly. Owing to l!fK.ti1t et I rnnfirfaf lrtfl An AO count ot me low Binge oi water, me "price has advanced to 18 cents per bushel In Gallipblii. This ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 October 1863

MOVEMENTS OF GEN. ROSECRANS LOUISVILLE, October 25. Gen. Ro.ecrns, .ceompsnied hi. staff, arrived here height at ten. and took up his quarters Mine u Wnnne. Shortly after bis arrival after his arrival was serenaded by the citizen's of Louis- . Tllie. BUu. IU rcsjjuuac, unuc unci Speech, thanling-them for their alien- tion 8nd,relcome The following farewell order was published to the Army of the Camber land alter his departure: "HllD'QRS Dsp't CuiOEBUHD,) "CHiTTXKoooi, Tenn., Oct. I9,t63. "GENETAL ORDER, NO. 242. "The general commanding an nounces lo the ameers ana soldiers me Army oi me ljumoenana, inai ne leares them under orders from the President. "Major-General George H. Thomas, in compliance with orders, will assume the command of this army and de nartment. The chiefs of "all the staff departments will report to him for or ders. "Tn taking leave of vou, his brothers in arms, officers and soldiers, he congratulates you that your new commander comes to you not as i straneer. Gen....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 October 1863

POET'S CORNER. AFTER THE STORM. All night, the paaietfof sieep,leard ; ; ;.Th8 aosn f 8 Mnwrini Kid jthe eav lake the wail of Thy Borrowing children, u God! " - - - 'Who cry cnto-Thee. U'ernOTDBg -crcauu" . And eaShsSd .him e , aouu Of; the Messed redsemed. J" . - t fty irfVnfm wrouchtl " promWtbebme skyt. 03 frr THE WINDS. BY MRS. FRANCIS ANNE KEMBLE. J iehf ec-mea tipon the earth; and fearfully Arise the mighty winds, end sweep along -In theinll chorus of their midnight song. TL.miiii nf hearr olonds. that veil the sky, tj-11 iamnrlrr scrawl before them driven-, And show faint glimpses of a darker heaven. Ho ray is there, of moon or paie-yea wn ty..t-mM. nn t.liA nniveraei bay 6 where The western sky lies glimmering, faint and f.T. "With day's red embers dimly glowing there. Hark! how the wind comes gathering in its course, .,TZrt, onward with resutless force, Howls-through the sUent space of starless And on the breast of the swollen ocean dies. Oht thon art terrible, thou viewles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 November 1863

IP I 11. I. II- 1. AW III L L ZJ" MS' Li IdL I -..! UKES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. RUJEUS.TIGE" ' " " ' 1 xMW, G A L L I P O L I'S 0 H I Qf&O V E'M B E'R 5 , 1 8 S3 Volume XXVIII. 0 .fii-m.j e- t a DOWN IN DIXIE. There was once upon a lime a very nice jonng jaessiau Bergcnuv, who, while in command of a picket down in Shenandoah Valley, gradually became aware that there was a very pretty girl in the habit of passing "quite nrnmiieuouslv -while he was on post. Very pretty girls, indeed, were all the Miss Jeffs. Dark of hair, bright of eye, and keen of wit, they knew the rules of coquettry from Alpha to Ome ga, better than they did their prayers, and took interest in observing their '-practical effect. The family lived just inside our lines, and were neutral that is to say, thev had two brothers with; Ashby; and used to sell meals, &c, ( Ac, in Virginia, generally means whiskey,) to our officers and soldiers, at about ten times their real value, all the while wishing "this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 November 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. " ZBITXD ABD Pt7EUSHSI BT JA1SES If A R PES, gyAt 81.50. inrariablT in advance R, L. 8TEWABT. Asshtaxt Iwiot GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : NOV. 5, 1863. wT vnura of the 11th Con-, greariontl District, Ja 1 862.. deceived, the "vigorous prosecution of the poirey" presented by one Wells. A. trs:vn 1evited said Hotehins to a seat in the Congress which will assemble at Washington, on the lt of Decem ber, next. Hia majority in the District over Mr. Bandy, the Union candidate, waa 1803. Daring the patt campaign, Mr. Hutching waa one of the moat ar dent friends of the exiled traitor Val landighara, making apeechea in hU favor, and even going to Washington aa one of the Committee to procure his release from the President. In 1863. the 11th District gives a Majority of 3551 against Vallandlgham, and of course, virtually against hla friend and advocate, Mr. Hntebins. Tet the latter will have no acruple of conscience about tak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 November 1863

From the Cincinnati Garette, 2d. NEWS OF THE DAY. Onr advices from the Army of the Lt j j.-jj-ji- kl. uumoenana are ueciucu.j The rebels attack-en Bnnrpiy ueoerai Hooler'a forces, on Lookout Mountain, but were promptly repulsed. Toe be havior of our troops is sposen or in tne most compiimeuinrjr iciui. uj Thomas. Two weeks ago there was danger that we would, for want of sup- plies, be compelled to abandon Chat-' tanooga. For some time the soldiers, had been on less than half rations o bacon and hard bread, and horses an mules were dying from starvation. Now the Question is settled, in whole-v, Confederacy could riot tak Chattanooca. Nor is there any proba bility of the enemy being again able to interfere with communication. itie river would be used immediately- fo conveying 'supplies from Bridgport. Two steamers were on hand, and three others were being built. One of th latter was nearly completed, cy way of Memphis we have nothing definite as to the whereabouts cf Uen. oner msn, hu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 November 1863

POET'S CORNER. POET'S CORNER. From the Zanesville Courier. POET'S CORNER. From the Zanesville Courier. LAMENT OF A BUTTERNUT. 1 tm on my vtjr to Can3v l " "fhtt 6QidMd"rt1wTw'faH3 Abe Lincoln' crna'tynany, , I caa ao;l?gr.td. -: -CHs-Fryoe-re&Jef Dtu, r-iK'- Don't yeacrj-foe a . ti :.. .-,- Canada, tr.: JZ.J.Tti. habeas corpus wit, Ana iet the nigg?'.v5T- J BeVtoampk'l on thn rights nf Ylr- Ana now di," J ' Chocs T Ta U' 2T6V Ether DavVpardoVwe, ai're'not given up the State; Though Northern hordee'mayconquerise, "-Tney cannot BuujHg". . ' v cimici-:I!Te jou wefl.-Aw THodgKHre'irereetrong're-infcrseJiC' ! iByfriends-froin Illiuoisr Too toon ve .found we could not matca. fBcod-4hirsty Buckeye boys, y -1 Cho,cs Fere voa well, fce. : " 4-- Now'fathYr Jeff, all your comr&tadf 1 jtS -I-alwoyfttriv to-do,-;- ' While onv&y 'banner everiore, CT Vallandlghani'an'd'Pugh": ' - Caoaca Fare-yon well, 4e. 4nd when I found that cutrttnU.herf, J armed my friends with corn cutters, And th...

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