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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 November 1863

' AMES; HARPER, 'EDITOR 7 ANB PROPRIETOR. "TRUTHAKDiJlJSTiCE; lp '-r 'J-. r m , ' .- r.y Volume XXVIII. G A L L I; P O L; I SV OH 1.0 ftmBBl B ErRolSy 18 63 i' j : s .Ti ,V.fv Number5 SL THE SOLDIER'S MOTHER. one of tli fern glens of toe np 'per Alleghtbiet stands small 7 log hotue, which once neld large rami' Jj John Eilj.the father; Sasan Riley, the mother; and children John, Susan, James, Patrick, Sedgwick and little Bess. Bred to hard tiring, there was not one woo wonld shrink to face catamount, or a bear, or an Indian, 'or find fault with Lard bread and cold quarters. ' ' ' At the breaking.' out of the war, the father, John, James and Patrick enlist ed the last as a drummer boy. Sedg- wick tiitd to g(-bufr was-told, to his great grief and indignation, that he was only twelve years old, and about 'three feet two. The wife and mother bad as big heart aa anybody, and there can be no question but that her iieart gare a sharp twang when "old John" and the boys left her; but sbe neve...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 November 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. DIM ABB rVBLISHBB IT .1 A TIES niRPER, gyAt 91.60. ia-variably in advance R. L. STIW"J.T. Aasxstairr Zone. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : NOV. 12, 1863. I yTbe bbsbbi1 if 1 Uaioa men of Jbe Nortbbave.tvefjwnere -7 "f" otes;aihieved' glonoM victories ' over their Coppened foes. . From U.in t California but one votes u - beard, awf that is hr support of the - Government end the Union. Oar own glorious. State of. Ohio, has so emphatically-declared against ValUndlghanr, . thai (be illustrious exile himself, bas crawled into bis bote beneath tbe Mo dal appendage " of tbe' British Hon, while his friends and supporters every- where in tbe Bute are vainly . striving to bide their doomed beads, frem tbe , whirjwjpdof deatrnetion by which ibe people bare annihilated tbeir last hopes of the ultimate success of tbe'rabela. - Pennsylvania takes bar place in tbe Hue, with a majority large evoagfc to crush out treason, and it . advocates forever. Nobly bas aba sa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 November 1863

From the Cincinnati Gazette, 7th. NEWS OF THE DAY. Onr dispatches from Knoifille Chattanoosra are slows) to last evening. tn East Tennessee, Gen. Sanders bad driven the rebels aonth of the Little Tennessee. A Tenneaaee rebel regi taeot'thatTiad advanced oo a narand in; expedition, were surprised ' and nevefely pwoisbed, . The Second North Carolina regiment bad another ,6ght at Ashler. V. C, eboaf eventy-five i n- il . v. v. .... IUMC tUUlUCIDk Ul XVBUavlllV. -. WW tieuiarn . had been received. . Thia it tbo raid referred to by the rebel pa pert, in the news copied elsewhere. and, judging from tbeir eceoaate, me loyal Carolinians bad caused a very decided scare, and judging from the calls for re-enforcements, we infer they gained a complete victory over the enemy. Oar forces were probably oo recruiting expedition, or may be something inoro important. At Chat tanooga ail was sjjuiet along the linea yesterday, exeept that Wre rebels n red goo oeeoaariy from the crest of lLookont, bnt -...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 November 1863

POET'S CORNER. POET'S CORNER. From the Christian Register. POET'S CORNER. From the Christian Register. OUR COUNTRY'S DEAD. THami sad teTfcBwUthSf : Talsi ' 4 tbei, 0 Bed, they atill ln . ;V ; TboucH fiwn their moral etnle; And wait the toromph of the Ceaee,. y -,wMe4eaj tttemtbaid-i ' In sigh rfa tbeysesrVtadii' And pMh from the earth; - -Brt Thoo dost give them, even nere, - A new, immortal birth. "-j A ; . Tbewrh eheeteeed tern wle time, Theu dost frwsrd the t tj Todva. to suffer fee tha right,, .i -r la e'en on earth, to gain. For U their country still they live; ; 'Aad, on her roll of fume, ''Recorded shall forever stand Each breve and honored nam! UNION TRIUMPH. Sbewt for country! shout for freedom ! ' From the nooaUiM to the MM Let the flag despised by traitors '' -Wave in triamph oa the breese. - Shoot, ja 6-ecmea of Columbia! K.; ' ' Raise your song of triumph high; B4 forever, undivided. . : .. dwear that we will live sad die. .... r s "Shout, ye Celta and brara Teotonice! ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 November 1863

rt ,vMk1j-. JTiMM, mMi- -. BB.r-.. . TttKS . - " 'nB . , , . tfdFtM mm mm. tm mm tr e T i , ' imz sir. , a hi m x n rv pvaj i ik. i li ir ii tf if n m. ! MiArn ir-.iw .. ip i ii ii ii ii ii mi i i ii ii tii . i 1 1 i ir ii i i i ' -lyr rw W "11 W W fr T vrW &sw w r r "r .. - t . 4,1, ... - .. . . .. . r. , . j.i - 1 - - - JAKES HARPER, EDITOR A1JD PROPRIEfORj "TRUTH ANB JUSTICE;" .. Volume XXVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, YiSMBER 19, 186, SUBSTITUTE WANTED, The other day, Chief Engineer Dean of the Fire Department, called at the office where I male shoei for a lirln? una nanaea nae a Dig wnite enrelope, nolifying me that I tr&s drafted and must report myself for examination, at .Lawrence, on the loth day of August. oi x consiuer u me amy 01 erery citizen to.gire his life, if need be, for tbe defense of his conntry, eo on the morning of the eventfnl 15th, I pnt on a clean shirt and my Sunday cfotbet, nd started Jbr Lawrence, to see if I 'could get exempted. Lawrence, as all know, is...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 November 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITED AND PtTEUBHXP BT .1 AM ESHAR P K , gaTAt 31.50, invariably ra advance - R. L. STEWART, Askstakt Editox. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : NOV. 19, 1863. eTffJvWtof Hi TSTTToioni pnsoner6 entIjirooBh from Rich- iU Citt.inat rfiAd -HnH lvpntrftvo nr " . ,i IDlTtj more oi mom were, to an sp pparaDceJ, in a dying condition. Pby - sicuss do not Hesitate to pronounce the -causes of .their deaths, starvation an J, rieglect. Tiie "Dartmoor prison" in England and.,ltbe " "Bhck Hole" of Calcutta, have long, been celebrated in history. The. 'horrible atrocities perpetrated in either will never be ' forgotten. Yet xompared Tvith the "Libby prison" at Richmond, their tale of horror seems insignificant and triffing. The deliber "ate destruction of anfortaaate-prisoners .r uj- BtorrKtlon and exposure to cold ano rermin. by the Confederate authorities, is loo well established to admit of any palliation or doubt. The accounts furnished by those who have been so unfortunate as to e...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 November 1863

21,0007 i which' the ' forty counties. to bear from will increase to nearly 35, 000. The hoc cholera ig.prevalent in Knox connty, Indiana. The news fromt Charleston -U en- rnnrcrinV Tlin rohpl firn floes little daman: A anre method of clearinc out the harbor obstruction is aaid to hare been discorered, and' the capture1 of the place itTpredtcUd before Christ mas. Three ordinary BhelihaVe been thrown into the town by way of ex perimeht. but a general shelling will . i ' -rtt i j in ' not -iB Bivempveu uum a. ucoici ap p roach js gatnedt NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, NOV. 11. MEADE'S OFFICIAL GETTYSBURG REPORT. Gfn, Meade's official' report of the battle 01 Uettysbnrg and of the cab mien that followed, is dated Oct. 1st, and was only given to the press by the War Department this' evening. Meade says it was delayed thus long by wait mg for reports from some ol the' com mandess who were too seriously wound ed to furnish then). It gives a succinct narration of the battle, differing 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. — 19 November 1863

POET'S CORNER. From the New bedford Mercury CO. K. Thera'sa esp is At closet,. " . .r; Old, taUered afld blue, .tf Very alight TsSje, . e Raty.be, to yon; .- - : : TriBaCtterown, jewel -ttadded, ' Cbala not" boy. ft to-day. ' - With Its letters of honor. . : Bre."Oo.K." t . Tfie, Read'tat H sheltered" . , Needs shelter no- moret ,. . Dead.heroes -mike holy The tnflea tbey -wore; . So. like chspletof honor. Of Unrel and'bay, Seems the cup of the soldier, I1red""Co?, " Bright eyes hare looked calmly -, Its Tisor beneath O'er' the work" of the Reaper, Grim Harveater Death I . ' Let the mnster roll, meager. So mournfully say. How foremost in danger Went "Co.K." " Whose footsteps unbroken i Came up to the town, ; .Where rampart and bastion Looked threat'nlngly.downi .' Who, closing np breaches, Still kept on their way. , fjTJjl .gnnsHdoTrnwara pointed.. j ,n , r ,WHo altered, or shivered? ' . - ' .Wh'oshnniied'battre-slrofer. , Whose fire was uncertain? .' WKose battle line broker ' ' Go...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 November 1863

- t arw,w itety, i -i vi-i-!.f !rtiivji n li. mil i I 'll ii ii i .s?mit in jjffl "EDITOR AM) PK0PME10K. . RgTIiijiri.; ,.. , ' , irfflyg AjyAKCE vqiucafe xxix: ; ., gallipolis, .QHio,.,pgjg:-j; 18&3. .. : - r ry:T" ' jHr. From the New York Ledger. POPPING THE QUESTION. WffviaT'e heard ot many cases 'Derows' trader Terr aiBsnlar cir- iCHBJ6iHices, tiro ececuic, uo nurup, 'the business-like, the silly,- and a han-red'-otlier styles.- Of the eccentric, we wodd fcitethercne of n well known aerchsnt, who' one day dinniDg at a Yriend's hoHse sat next to a -lady who .posicaacd rare-charma of cbflrersatton. The tnerchaBt did not possess this fac- ' S- .1 .. .1 a ;BKv?itf a Terr rare decrree, mi ne could do'that'wbwb was'nezt best,- ieonld appreelate;. appreciation fijchZh'eadeaTored;-to' alioj by the Do vo'u like toast. Miss B Yesl' responded the lady slightly SttTprt9ed at the qnesuos. Butlered toaat!' Yes.' . Bntlered on both sides!' es. 'That isstrsDge, so do II Let as get Warned?' ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 November 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. SBIP AUD PUBUSHSP BT JAMES HARPER, jyAt $150. invariably in advance R. L. STEWART, Assistant Editor. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : NOV. 26, 1863. orTliiVirrfhie davf Who does . -not feel it-a duty -Incumbent on him to pay a ' proper -respect to it by closing bis place of "bosiocsa? Tbe past year has bees one of almost continued sue cess to our armies in the field. Tbe fnraders of our soil bare been driven back to their dens of treason, or pay- ing the' penalty of their rashness by close confinement. Abundant harvests have filled our, barns with breadstuff's, not only for home consumption, but for the army in the. field. Prosperity, un exampled in the history of our country, pervades the whole North. Business in every department has yielded immense-profits to persons engaged in it. . When we look at the' unexampled distress and misery now reigning su preme over 'a part of this once happy land, brought upon them, not by the act of tbe people, but by the wic...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 November 1863

From the Cincinnati Gazette, 23d. NEWS OF THE DAY. We hare do dispatches from East Tennessee. Our letters are down 10 Sunday, the 16th inst., and through 'these we bave reports of tbe first signs of the advance of the enemy. There was a panic among the East Tennes seans. and much excitement generally. Tbe rebel force was variously estima ted at eight to twenty thousand. Our adriees from Washington indicate an easy feeling at the War Department reeardinsr Barniide's situation. It will be observed by our letter from Lookout Valley that Gen. Howard sent word to General Thomas on the 8th inst. that Longstreet had moved against Burnside. There was no sur prise, therefore, about it; and we need not be surprised to hear of important movements from .Unattanooga. There were rumors in the city yesterday, that Burnside had captured four thou sand prisoners, but it was not traced to any reliable source. The army of the f otomao appears Hot to be doing much. -It has not ad vanced lately. Tbe Lea...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 November 1863

POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. FISHING FOR A NAME. to'iiu. rxwif of PeinsylvanU. HaWt named yowDaby-T. Bless her little t - beam 7 Wateh'her bow she's codding. Don't JOU think sbe s imini Such' dainty darling! 1 Snch ft precious I idjnth'.fa'U of. mischief-eyes 'so full of fun! Dbd'til pray fon. give' her any.ngly namei p.; J.-iA-rmnmon Susie is so tame; .Ponotcalthjm.. And Eliza: norron .i nut. i r Consecrate your baby to one hying beart Who Trill Veep herimagrfrom the world apart, Name her for a person who will lore her more When h'er life iis.ovcr, for the, name she uorel Name her for the living.. Such- a joyous. ShouldnQt wear the shadow of .a name that's Gall'h'eromethrng pretty something ."short and sweet Like the. tiny patter of her little feet. r- -j '-in i.a-'Mn. T.illtr. Belle, nor May, All sound "fair and fickle" like an April day; Name'her some romantic, pleasant sounding That her mother's choosing she -may never blame; Something pure and' holy, free" from eu...

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

.yarnvIM -Hi 1 f .ni!iJrt,-.' .;tli lions . ti !: nofn s.i't'f-. f ".noe; --.'iiinfiO h-Yi .'outl -fan I T,fim ns-'' . -i 14 1.' .- ' ?2 ciHrjaai cm. aaic? jn ;? ' f "I vlrW-rnl .1. S iJiTS ;?rHw i-r' 'T2 J MflfPfflilf "In I'M' I n trl I ft ' 1 I II ' ' 9 1 1 v J iv, ixntins Tf, T T JAtfES HARPrEIV JDrrOR AND BROPRMOR. Volume XXlX. G A L LI POX IS , O HI O ... ..DE C-E M B ER 3 y 1 8 g S," AN ADVENTURE. I Deter attended but one temper .aoce lecture,' eaid onr friend B., with a peculiar ftmilp, sod I don't think I call ever attend another tY.ou probablj found it dry?' Well, jea but that isn't it. fbe lecture was well enough, but I got into Kuch an awful scrape after it was over, that I never think of temperance lec tures without a sudden shudder. I'll tell you about it. It was in Jersey .City, where I was something of a Stranger, and.the night was one of the worst of the season. Boreas! how it 1)lew! It was enough to tike your breath awav. Well, the lecture was over, and. asking' my ...

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 December 1863

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITED ABO PUBLISHED BT I 3 AMES ttJLJtFER, jyAt SKfiO.fmriabtV ia adra&s R. lh STEWART. Akcur Ebitc-b- ' GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, : : DEC, 3. 1863. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, : : DEC, 3. 1863. TO THE PATRONS OF THE JOURNAL. l ' - 'oeetion with theT Joum as. Editor and proprietor. I bare- disposed of wy tireinH.resrfn it.toR-L. Skwabt. :E.Ji'.. who foravertwo year, past r. - a been assoeratea wrtn me in ine eorro rih'l departmenl. It rs be.Heved that the obr'se of the "Journal" during that time has been satisfactory to its patrons, and that" furnishes a sure guaranty of Its course in the future. T For fourteen and a half years past I baye endeavored to conduct the "Jour- ual".in a manner oesi caicuiaiea io ira-1 edify its readers, to. do im-j parniTjastice U all, jel without favor- ing any particular section, ciass or iac- tioa.-againM the interests of the people, The success I have met with furn...

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 December 1863

THE VICTORY AT CHATTANOOGA. THE VICTORY AT CHATTANOOGA. WASHINGTON, Nov. 29. r :-,m.if th fnn. due o" (hat pVrt -of HooWr'. corp. which stormed Missionary Ridge and Bbsequently pursued their adran- taire by attaekin? the other positions un. the enemy. Sheridan! and Wood'a divisions, now under Hooier, went over the eround which was deemed perfectly imcraeiible, and climed a nrecinice where no comrnan der would have thought of ordering his trooos. They acted under no or der from superior officer, but, after taking Missionary Ridge.swept on in one resistless ware ol attack. 1 ne gronn lliey crossed was enfiladed on both right and left and they were subject also to a heavy fire in front, bo pre cioitoua was the ground that some of their men had to throw down their muskets in order to climb up, but they still went ahead, and in some caves ab solntely plunged into the rebel rifl' bits, and attacked tbe enemy with their fists. BrAL'ir and Breckinridge had regar ded this position as so secu...

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 December 1863

POET'S CORNER. POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. POET'S CORNER. For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES. S&JtXvUrlty to Km E- M ThatlleoevfripoVen, " ' " ft"drH awutMm 6tM8f thbegbr-- ' It melody .nnbrokea. " - ' ' - ' "l is- too isirecl for'th e lohgue be brein slightest whbpermri , -'--Thsever'hearUess erowa. - . - 'Til never spoke by those wjio are- - ? Foreverst tnjreer Iiyeart has aever-.aoBgnv -8u -- ." ft ThsnUe toafclovers.meew i Eoettib forme, if in-.tbe smile. , " . - That o'er tby features plaT, Ctomtomy.heartone.kindly gleam Enough, br me if friendship true .'Ii seated in'fhy beaii it 'mong thy" many thoughts, for me . 'One only is apart. What though come other arm entwine .Thy form Inlove's caress, Or that some "other lips than mine. Thy lips would fondly press. .I-koow that neverin this life, . . Toil! letted mine shall blend, . And yet my dearest wis "of alt Wfll-be U prove y friend. To be thy friend Hyfriind' indctdj r.-'W hen" others Bore forsaken. Steadfast ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 December 1863

... tnvr-rTT'''"'"'f"li '111 'i -i--. ii in 'i awjMirwaa- m i rtrai nnnfiniiii mii'l FpilMMy'3t.aviUJ. cgsE tcttS , I, a '. ,(t ?-.-T r : AT--', i. 7 fci. Sl'EWARTj Editor arid proprietor. $1 in XdvaRce. Vot iime, XXIX. GALLIPOLIS, OHjpjR,'E,C EMBER 10, 1863. i Ki 1 -f3.'" 1 H.r -t JVumber. -3. Selected Poetry. A WOMAN'S COMPLAINT. , .J.saWjtayself.in the glass to-dsy. And I aid, as I loosened ray-hair, ""0h,JnatBiy face trere a talisman. And Jle tould hare it to . w earl" For there is nothing that I would not gira To fetter his restless heart; I"or if iis tenderness ever should fail The glory from life would part. I should not suffer so if I knew That he missed me any to-night; "1 wonder if ever he wants me now - I know that it isn't right. know I am selfish to murmur and doubt: la he careless or cold? Ohl nerer! . 3at they tell me that tnan fergets in an hour, WhiKfeiifTememBerrforeTer I lore him! I lore him with all my. life! And I gire him its choicest things; But he puts me int...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 December 1863

Gallipolis Journal. R. L. STEWART, Editor. Z&Ai 81.60. inrariably in advance. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. :: DEC. 10, 1863. TO CORRESPONDENTS. "MVckis A Hni ef other matter -' -has unavoidably crowded5 otrt your ' iicls tkis week. In our next, we abail publish such portlotisof it as ia our "rai&meot. merit public attention. We V J o . shall be pleased to-bear from yoo again. In that department, "we most confine our fair correspondents to four or re ; stanzas. J. D. Your letter from Moeeassin Point, relative to the 18th Obio Bat ' tery, shall appear next week. Ubotius Tour article reached us too late for this week'a issue. Let us bear from you again'. Short and com prehensive articles in jour line, always .acceptable. Vintoh Your strictures are too .severe. We bare no desire to slh up .controrersy ontbaksubject. The rer dict of the people at the late election, lias settled the question. We can af ford to be generous to a fallen foe. Fabhsr We hare no means of as certain...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 December 1863

MORE TESTIMONY TO THE REBEL BARBARITIES. The Hew Mr. D. O. Eberhart, JDhaplain oftte 87th Pa. Vols., taa Ween released by lbe Rebels, and- gives Jiia experiences at Castle Thunder and Libby Prison.- They were the same as ibose Telauid by many others. Bat we BBot resist copying- bis closing Temarks: ,Of tbe manner of our fare, rations, ke.,.oough may hare been said by others, yet even then the half, has -not been told. I would ad visa all onr officers to ran a most fearful risk rather than to throw tbemselres upon the hos pitalities of heartless Rebels, and ex perience the realities of this tile and loathsome prison. While in the hospital, and able, to go about, I was permitted as afarorfroas tire Doctor to visit tbe hospital situated in, a lower room of tbe same building, Vrbere our citizens and private .soldiers-! were.brougbt. Here I conversed free ly and received the testimony of many a " poor fellow, whose vital energies had almost eked out at the cruel treat ment 'received. I h...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 December 1863

FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. JSFWe design thii cola ma for the benefit of the farmers of Gallia county, 'in order to make it interesting, should be pleated to bare eomtnunica tions from practical agriculturists, on any subjects appertaining to that sci ence. There are men in every dis trict, whose experience would be "valuable to others engaged in the same " business. On fruit culture, stock-raising, wool growing, cultivation of tobacco, sor ebmn. Ac, short articles would be highly acceptable. Farmers, and" others sot actually engaged in it, but whose opinions are worth something, give us your aid in this important department. The wealth and prosperity of our coun ty depends greatly on your energy and intelligence. Haying light on some one topic, be willing to impart toothers. Bend on your articles, aroiding so far as possible scientific terms. Give us plain English, and bard common sense. To all such the colnmns of the Jour nal are always open. 5TThe scarcity and high prices of bay and fod...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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