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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 4 January 1865

Marie's Curse. In the market-place at Heilbronn stands an ancient inn called The Rose. At one time it enjoyed a great run of prosperity, and this pros perity was owing to the marvellous beauty of its Kellnerin, an orphan girl who had been brought up and adopted by the landlord and his wife. All the gay cavaliers of tho neighborhood resorted there, and loved to have their wine poured out by the fair Marie, to whose beauty, however, was added a discretion that kept her adorers at a respectful distance. It happened, however, unfortunately for Marie's peace of mind, that Hugo, son of the Count Helfenstein of Weinsberg, who had been absent some years at the court of Ansbach, came, home, and having occasion to go with his father on a visit to the Teutonic Knights, who had a house at Heilbronn, put up at The Rose. Young Hugo came and saw, and conquered. An elopement and a mar riage, secret, o,f course, under the circumstances, was the consequence. Hugo conducted his beautiful bride to Lowe...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 4 January 1865

NEAR FORT BARNARD. Also First Brigade Restaurant, neap Forts Woodbury and Whipple. BOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH, SINGLE MEALS AT ALL HOURS. BILL OF FARE.—MORNING MEAL. mp:ats. vegetables. Sirloin Steak 80 Mercer Potatoes 10 Tenderloin Steak 30 Sweet Potatoes 10 Porterhouse Steak 40 Stowed Tomatoes 15 Veal Cutlet 40 bread. Pork Steak 89 Brown Break Jo 11.-im find Eggs 40 Corn Cake 5 MMiMtfe 25 White Bread 5 Beef Liver 20 Hot Rolls, each 6 Meat Cakes 35 Dry Toast .5 Cold Meats 15 Milk Toast 15 fowl. Butter £> ' Chicken, broiled 401 cakes. Chicken, fried 4o|Buckwheat, plate 15 Cold Fowl 85 Batter 15 fish—(Fresh or Corned.) i beverages. Broiled • 25 Tea 10 Fried 25' Coffee 10 Fish Balls 20 Chocolate 15 |Mllk, per glass 5 BILL OF FAKE.—DINNER. SOCI'S. OYSTERS. Oyster 25 Raw, with trimmings..2s Vegetable 25 Stewed 35 Beet 15 Fried " 50 ROAST. FISH. Sirloin of Beef 30 Broiled 35 Loin of Lamb 30 Fried 25 Pork 30 Boiled 25 Chicken 59 Fish Balls 25 Turkey 50 BOILED. VEGETABLES. Leg of L...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 11 January 1865

THE SOLDIERS' JOURNAL, If* PUBLIsRED KVKBY WEDNESDAY MORNING, AT RENDEZVOUS OF DISTRIBUTION, VA., ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS : «-ul>scriptic:i for One Year, - " " Six Months, --- - 1,00 «iivgle Copies, - Five Cents PAYABLE INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. POSTAGE ON THE JOURNAL Is Twenty Cents a year—payable quarterly, in advance, at place of de livery. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. None other than the persons whose names appear i-u our list of Agents are authorized to receive sub acripttons for The Soldiers' Journal. _>rlghutl IjMtrij. TOT _YMOTHER IN _TeAVEn! BY MAY MORRIS. t)ost hear mo Mother, say dost hear thy child? Art looking now, from heaven, with face so mild? Or, is thy angel form still hovering nigh To wipe the flowing tear and catch the sigh? 0 could I feel it so: my heart 'twould cheer tv these last noments of the waning year! Tisalmost gone! ah yes ! 'tis nearly fled And many loved ones numbered with the dead! Many long years have flown since that sad day When, freed from earth, thy...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 11 January 1865

—Ij-^-j WAR CHRONICLE, BEING A EJECOKD OF BATTLES, SIEGES, SKIRMISHES, &c, FROM Jan. 1, to Dec. SI, 1864. [Note. —The dates of war events aro those of the occurrences mentioned. A. Alabama; Rebels defeated in an attack on Flor ence, Jan. 27 Alabama; Rousseau leaves Decatur for a raid in Hood's rear. Jan. 10 Alabama; Athens captured by Forrest; 600 Union soldiers taken, Sept. 20 Alton, Term.; Rhoddy's rebels repulsed; 15 killed, Jan. 26 Arkansas; Marmaduke and Price are at Little Rock and Arkadelphia with 7,000 men, Jan. 6 Arkansas; Officers chosen by State Con vention inaugurated, Jan. 23 Arkansas; Selma occupied by General Sherman about, Feb. 24 Arkansas votes to be a free State, March 16 Arkansas ; Union forces start from Little Rock and Fort Smith to co-operate with the Red River expedition, March 23 Arkansas; Fight at Longview, 380 rebels taken, March 26 Arkansas; Expedition to Longview, 326 rebels captured, March 30 Arkansas; Rebel cavalry defeated near Monticello, March 30...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 11 January 1865

Florida; Expedition to Ponta Rosa to cut off rebel cattle supplies, Jan. 20 Florida; Gen. Seymour's expedition starts Florida; Gainsville attacked, rebels rout ed with loss of 100, Feb. 14 Florida; Seymour's expedition marches from Jacksonville to Baldwin, Feb. 18 Florida; Seymour's expedition defeated with heavy loss at Olustee, Feb. 20 Florida; Baldwin burned by Seymour's retreating forces, Feb. 28 Florida; reinforcements reach Seymour at Jacksonville, March 2 Florida; Pilatka occupied by Union forces, March 10 Florida; Gen. Seymour relieved of com mand by Gen. Heth, March 27 Florida ; Maple Leaf, steamer, blown up i by torpedoes in St. John's river, April 1 Florida; transport H. A. Weed blown up by torpedo near Jacksonville, May 9 Florida; steamboat Columbine captured in St. John's river by rebels, May 23 Florida; Marianna Village captured by i Union force under General Asboth, with large military stores, Sept. 27 j Forrest repulsed in an attack on Smith near Memphis, Feb. 23 For...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 11 January 1865

tjjt fotmmL WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 11, 1865. THOS. V. COOPER. - - - Editor and Publisher, i AMY M. BRADLEY. - - - Proprietor. •<■■— —__—_—————_—————1—————T-———————•—•—•—■^■^•gM OUR VOLUNTEER AGENTS. The following persons are announced as our agents at the places standing in connection with their names, and are authorised to roceive subscriptions and con tributions for The Soldiers' Journal : Miss Amy M. Homaws, East Vassalboro', Maine. Miss Mary P. Locke, Charlestown, Mass. We still invite the co-operation of our friends every where, to Increase the circulation aud influence of our Contributions, Intended for publication, must be accompanied by the name of the author to insure in sertion. __ Advertising.—A limited amount of advertising in serted at five Si- the first and'.thrce cents a line for each subsequent publication. The cash must accompany all orders. All Communications, and other mall matter, in tended for The .Soldiers' Journal (except such as ts prepared in this camp) ...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 11 January 1865

THE SOLDIERS' JOURNAL. LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS. aTPrimitivk Funeral.—While rambling on the outskirts of the camp one day last week, we noticed a rather remarkable and primitive fu neral and were led to the discovery of a ceme tery whose locality we had not before imagined. On a little hill south of the camp of thel4th V. R. C, and behind a long negro-hut, had as sembled, in the slush and fog peculiar to .that day, a small party of negroes of varied age and sex. They were patiently awaiting the arrival <.f a rickety wagon, drawn by one horse—con taining a whole family on the seats, and a box underneath. On reaching the bill, the riders, ■with those already assembled, formed a circle around a newly dug grave. The box was quietly taken from beneath the seats of the old wagon and lowered and covered with earth. At the distance we stood we could not distinguish that any of the usual religious or burial services were performed ; indeed, had it not boon for the shov elling and the ck-c...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 11 January 1865

7 : _:.:" Post Hospital, Citt Point, Va., \ i December 17, 1864. j , Mr. Editor :— i Permit me to submit to the con- , eideration of your readers a few words about the , Post Hospital, and "Bull Ring," as it is com- , monly called, but more appropriately Prisoners' Barracks. The Post Hospital is situated at City Point, about one quarter of a mile from the river. It contains about fifty hospital tents, and an aver age of about two hundred patients. Most of the patients admitted to this hospital are sick, as it does not provide for soldiers belonging to the Corps, but those belonging to Army Headquar ters and on detached service, doing guard duty at the Point or elsewhere in the Army of the Po tomac, and also the sick from the Bull Ring, who are not a few. Tbe facilities for cooking, and the diet prepared have not been as good as in the Corps Field Hospitals, but the energy and enterprise of Dr. Loughran, the Surgeon in charge, is developing new improvements which equal if not eclipse...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 11 January 1865

remembers circumstances that occurred many years ago with great vividness ; he apparently seems to forget nothing he has ever heard. As sn instance: while we were in the depot a sur geon who had visited him fourteen years ago for the purpose of operating upon his eyes, ask ed him if he remembered him, which he did distinctly, and recalled some circumstance that took place at that time. He has a good general idea of all passing events and converses on them with a remarkable de gree of intelligence, when his condition is taken into consideration. His voice is not very strong, and of course not at all times distinct, as he can not open his jaws, and the sound is confined | within his mouth. However, he speaks with . sufficient distinctness to be heard all over an or dinary sized room. He has a wonderful knowl- | edge of figures, for one in his circumstances, j and will give a correct answer to almost any j question in the fundamental rules of arithmetic. The age of a person being given...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 11 January 1865

NEAR FORT BARNARD. Also First Brigade Restaurant, near Forts "Woodbury and "Whipple. BOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH, SINGLE MEALS AT ALL HOURS. BILL OF FARE.—MORNING MEAL. MEATS. VEGETABLES. Sirloin Steak 30 Mercer Potatoes 10 Tenderloin Steak ..30 Sweet Potatoes 10 Porterhouse Steak 40 Stewed Tomatoes... lo Veal Cutlet 40 bread. Pork Steak 3.5 Brown Break •_> Ham and Eggs 40 Corn Cake 5 Sausage. ..ii» White Bread.... ~.,....» Beef Liver 20 Hot Rolls, each 5 Meat Cukes. 35 Dry Toast .& Cold Meats 15 Milk Toast 15 I fowl. Butter .....5 riiieken, broiled... 40 cakes. Olilcken, fried 40 Buckwheat, .plate lo Cold Fowl 35 Batter 15 fish—<Fresh or Corned.) beverages. Broiled 25 Tea 10 Fried 25 Coffee .10 Flail Balls 20 Chocolate 15 Milk, per glass 5 BILL OF FARE.—DINNER. SOUPS. OYSTERS. Oyster 25 Raw, with trimimngs..J.> Vegetable 25 Stewed 85 15 Fried 50 " ROAST. , FISH. sirloin of Beef 30 Broiled *•> Ijoln of Lamb 30 Frted 25 P orK 30|Boiled 25 Chicken 68 Fish Balls 25 ...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 18 January 1865

THE SOLDIERS' JOURNAL, IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, AT RENDEZVOUS OF DISTRIBUTION, VA., ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS! Subscription for One Year, - $3,00 " Six Months, - 1,00 >*itvgle Copies, TTive Cents PAYABLE INVARfAIILY IN ADVANCE. POST AG X ON THE JOURNAL is Twenty Cents a f -ear—payable quarterly, in advance, at place of de lvery. NOTTCE TO SUBSCRIBERS. None otlic-r than the persons whose names appear tn our list of Accents are authorized to receive sub scriptions for The Soldiers' Journal. Original THE VALLEY I LOVE. BY PRIVATE J. W. GILMORE, CO. E, 114 TH N. Y. V. Faraw r ay is a sweet little valley, The fairest,metliinks, upon earth, Where I spent the sweet years of my childhood In seasons of pleasure and mirth. And though beautiful scenes I have witnessed, None seems so enciiantingly sweet As the vale where the cherished old homestead Nestles hid in a leafy retreat. The noble old elm shades the pathway That leads from the neat little gate, And near to the house are th...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 18 January 1865

breast of Logston. The latter dodged it, and clubbing his rifle, in turn became the assailant; but the agile savage darted behind a tree which he dexterously kept between himself and the whirling rifle, when unfortunately, by some mis hap, the weapon slipped from Logston's gra«p and flew far beyond his reach. Instantly the savage was upon him. Both were unarmed.— The indian was superior in point of frame, but his antagonist excelled him in strength and ac tivity. Logston, grappling with his foe, at once raised him from his feet, swung him round ant threw him heavily to the ground, at the same time falling upon him with his entire weight.— But writhing in his embrace and turning ove upon his face, the savage arose again in spite 0 all opposition, seemingly ne>t in the least discon certed by the shock of his fall. Logston seize* him around the waist and by an almost super human exertion lifted him up and with tremen dous force threw him violently a second time bringing his head in ...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 18 January 1865

.Stories of the President. A writer in the Watchman and Me/lector tells tae following stories of the President: Mr. Lincoln has a fund of humor which, though not always dignified, is harmless.. It is ever apt and ready, and doubtless among all the I wearing sorrows of his public lifo, it has affor- I ded him relief when he would otherwise have broken down under his heavy load. This jo ooseness is sometimes grim and sarcastic. It is always playful, yet is never abusive, and sel dom wounds. Often it is nicely adapted to the place and occasion, and is used with great effect. It is one form of that humor that is not uncom mon in New England, especially in rural dis tricts, and which, in a higher and more cultiva ted development, adorns tho pages of Holmes, Lowell, and others of our literary men. About two years ago, when the Prince of Wales was econ to marry the Princess Alexandra, Queen Victoria sent a letter to each of the sovereigns, ■■n form ing them of her son's betrothal, and amon...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 18 January 1865

CJjc |onrnal. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN, 18, 1865. THOB. V. COOPER, - - - Editor and Publisher. AMY M. BRADLEY, - - » Proprietor. OUR VOLUNTEER AGENTS. The following persons are announced as our agents at the places standing in connection with their names, and are authorized to receive subscriptions and con tributions tor Thk Soldiers' Journal : Miss Atiiv M. Humans, East Vassalboro', Maine. Miss Makv P. Locke, Charlestown, Mass. We still invite the co-operation of our friends every where, to Increase the circulation and influence of our paper. Contributions, intended for publication, must be accompanied by the name of the author to insure in sertion. Advertising.—A limited amount of advertising in serted at five lor the first and. three cents a line for each subsequent publication. The cash must accompany all orders. All Communications, and other mail matter. In tended for The Soi.niEits' Jouknal, (except such as is prepai-ed in this camp) should lie addressed to 344, F Street, Washin...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 18 January 1865

Amwn LimtAUY and Ukadi vu Room.—The toom allotted to the use of Augur library in the headquarters of Augur Hospital has been found inadequate to the purpose within the past few weeks, owing to the smallnesH of the room, and the interruption caused to the business of head quarters by the constant application of patients <or books. Under these circumstances a change has become necessary, and one is about to bo made that will better accommodate all parties, and add a new and creditable feature to this tine hospital. The Chapel is aim >3t finished, and it i« the design of Dr. Sutton, Surgeon-in-Charge, to keep it well heated, and use it on all week days for the purpose of a reading room. The li ftrary will also be kept there, and a librarian ap pointed to take charge of the while. Tue plan Vsa happy one, and will prove of groat h-neiii jmd pleasure to the patients of tho hospital—as well to the sojourners of our camp, who will doubtless bo allowed to visit it as long as the guard-...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 18 January 1865

I WAR CHRONICLE, BEINO A H> OF lATTSEg, SHOES, SKIBMISHES, &«., FROM Jan, 1, to I»«M\ SI, 1864, I ris,—The dates of war events aro those of currences mentioned,] ' [CONTINUKn,] i arnrnr; Rebels re-occupy Bermuda idred, and repair the railroad Juno 19 • army ; Foster crossed the James intrenches near Aiken's Landing June 21 I army; Rebel night attack on Smith Used, June 25 i army; Rebel stores and torpedoes poyed at Dutch Gap, Julvll army; Butler begins the Dutch Gap army; Tenth Corps threaten the*"*' 9 >l lines at Malvern Hill, Am? 15 army ; battle and Union success at market Heights, S ept 29 ! army; Robe 1 works near Chapin's and Newmarket road captured and in spite of three Rebel assaults Sent SO army; fighting at Newmarket'and " ie Darbytown road, Oct 7 army; part of Butler's picket line Chester station captured in a night inc.' Va.; 300 Union troops U tied and wounded, ' T nn -> » Jan. a M 1; Military Department mado, Gen. s put in oommand, j an 2 ,ky _ ?°, v> B...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 18 January 1865

the ram Albemarle, Oct. 31 O. Ohio; Scofield relieves Foster in com mand in, ; Jan. 22 Okolona, Miss.; Smith's Union expedition reaches, Feb. 12 Olustee, Fla. ; battle of; Rebel victory ; great slaughter of colored troops; Union Foss 1,500, Feb. 20 Ordnance; twenty-inch gun cast at Pitts burg, Feb. 11 Paducah, Ky., attacked by Forrest; he is repulsed after a heavy fight, losing two hundred, March 26 i-author Springs, Term.; Rebel cavalry beaten, with loss of 30, March 5 Patterson's creek bridge ; Union guard at taken ; recaptured next day, Feb. 2 Peace ; the Niagara Falls correspondence in progress, July 18 Peace ; President Lincoln refuses to re ceive the great English petition, Nov. 2d Pearl river, Miss.; advance of Sherman's army crosses, Fob. 5 Pearl river ; Rebels cross, and retreat to ward Meridian, Feb. 5 Peterhoff, gunboat, sunk off Wilmington, N. C, March 6 Petersburg; Union supply train captured near; Union loss 80, Rebel 100, Jan. 30 Petres, gunboat, burnt by Rebel cavalr...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 18 January 1865

Waste of Ammunition. How much ammunition is wasted in battle, and how many muskets in tho hands of incom petent or cowardly men are actually useless, the following official report of the small arms picked upon the field of Gettysburg strikingly illus trates. The statement has been published before, but we give it again as one of the strongest argu ments in favor of a change to breech-'oading guns. With breech-loaders it would be impos sible to gel In more than one charge at a time, and a man could tell at a glance whether his piece was discharged or not: "Of the whole number received (27,574) Wo found at least 24,000 of these loaded ; about one half of these contained two loads each, ohe-foilrth from three to ten loads each, and the balance one load each. In many of these guns from two to six bulls have been found with only one charge of powder. In some the balls have been found at the bottom of the boro, with the charge of powder on top of the ball. In some its many as six paper re...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 1 February 1865

IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOUNINB, AT RENDEZVOUS OF DISTRIBUTION, VA., ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS : subscription for One Year, - - - #?'££ " ' " Six Months, - - • • _M_» Si ivgle Copies, - - -~ - - - Five Cents PAYABLE INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. POSTAGE ON THE JOURNAL is Twenty Cents a utfar—payable quarterly, in advance, at place of de flvery. N( yTIOE TO SUBSCRIBERS. None otlier than the persons whose names appear in*our list of Agents are authorized to receive sub scriptions for The Soldiers' Journal. ■ , — ._ HEART BEAUTY. BY LINA. If the hearts be bright and beautiful, What matter for the face ? What matter, If the form should lack Both dignity and grace, Tf the mind is rich with gentle thought, The soul with noble will- No matter though the cheek be pale, Or the heavy eye be still. Though the rose may deepen on the cheek, Time soon may fade its bloom, And the diamond sparkling in the eye Be darkened in the tomb; But the glory of the mind outlives Those charms that soon depart; For ...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The soldiers' journal. — 1 February 1865

her whole appearance, tho beautiful soul shijiina forth in her face, the gontlones?-, modostyAt aiuf "l perfect serenity of her deportment, that charmed i mo as no woman had charmed mo before. " You weep—you suffer," she said, sweetly, and her voice Completed the charm. "I urn so sorry that I should have intruded upon your griof! Let me hope it is not remediless." I strove to speak, but my words would not come for some moments. Her evident sympa thy with my emotion seemed to break down the barriers that might exist between strangers; and when I at length regained my speech her attention seemed rivetted by the tale of grief poured from my lips. I felt that I could speak to her as a long tried, dourly loved friend, so in tim itcly did she come into my thoughts and ex periences; and tho words of consolation which sho spoke were not those stereotyped, prover bial ones, that repel and annoy every true mourner. It was but a low moments that she lingered near nic ; but when she departed sh...

Publication Title: Soldiers' Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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