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Ike Partington (search for this): article 3
"Mother," said Ike Partington, 'did you know that the 'iron horse' has but one ear?" "One ear! merciful gracious, child, what do you mean!" "Why the engineer, of course"
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o be deplorable at the extreme. Many counties in that State are overrun with guerillas, and a war of retaliation has commenced which has led to the most fearful atrocities. The Paw-Paw militia, of Platte county, organized and armed by General Rosecrans for the defence of that section of the State against the guerillas, have for the most part made common cause with the latter. General Rosecrans, by authority of the War Department, has called for nine regiments of six months volunteersGeneral Rosecrans, by authority of the War Department, has called for nine regiments of six months volunteers for the protection of Missouri against guerrillas or invasion. From Georgia. The latest official dispatches from Major-General Sherman's army state that he was steadily drawing his lines closer around Atlanta. No tidings had been received of the cavalry force under Stoneman, which was sent out on the 14th to cut the Macon and Columbus all road. Financial. The latest quotation of gold in New York on the 29th was 232¼. On the 28th it declined at one time to 216.
The Baltimore Gazette, of the 30th ult., was received last night. The Agent of the Press Association has furnished the following summary: The affair near Deep Bottom. We have previously mentioned the fact that the Confederates were making an attempt to occupy Malvern Hill and Harrison's Landing for the purpose of rendering Butler's position at Bermuda Hundred insecure, if not untenable. We now learn that, on Wednesday, General Grant threw two pontoon bridges across the James river, and sent the Second corps to the northern side of that stream for the purpose of counteracting the designs of the enemy. The Federal troops made good their landing, but were immediately attacked before they had time to organize. They succeeded, however, in driving back the opposing force, which consisted only of skirmishers, and in capturing some fifty or sixty prisoners and four pieces of artillery. The remainder of the skirmishers fell back on their supports, who occupied some st
represented to be deplorable at the extreme. Many counties in that State are overrun with guerillas, and a war of retaliation has commenced which has led to the most fearful atrocities. The Paw-Paw militia, of Platte county, organized and armed by General Rosecrans for the defence of that section of the State against the guerillas, have for the most part made common cause with the latter. General Rosecrans, by authority of the War Department, has called for nine regiments of six months volunteers for the protection of Missouri against guerrillas or invasion. From Georgia. The latest official dispatches from Major-General Sherman's army state that he was steadily drawing his lines closer around Atlanta. No tidings had been received of the cavalry force under Stoneman, which was sent out on the 14th to cut the Macon and Columbus all road. Financial. The latest quotation of gold in New York on the 29th was 232¼. On the 28th it declined at one time to 216.
ich consisted only of skirmishers, and in capturing some fifty or sixty prisoners and four pieces of artillery. The remainder of the skirmishers fell back on their supports, who occupied some strong works built there some two years ago. From the Upper Potomac. The correspondents of the New York World and Times concur in stating that there is no apparent design on the part of the enemy to enter upon a new raid either into Maryland or Southwestern Pennsylvania. The losses of General Crook at the second battle of Winchester are estimated in killed and wounded alone at one thousand men. The Gazette says, in its issue of the 29th, that the military authorities desire that no mention whatever shall be made hereafter of anything relating to the operations on the Upper Potomac unless the information bears an official character.--It therefore refrains from publishing the various telegrams which appear in the Washington, Philadelphia and New York papers. From Missouri
The Baltimore Gazette, of the 30th ult., was received last night. The Agent of the Press Association has furnished the following summary: The affair near Deep Bottom. We have previously mentioned the fact that the Confederates were making an attempt to occupy Malvern Hill and Harrison's Landing for the purpose of rendering Butler's position at Bermuda Hundred insecure, if not untenable. We now learn that, on Wednesday, General Grant threw two pontoon bridges across the James river, and sent the Second corps to the northern side of that stream for the purpose of counteracting the designs of the enemy. The Federal troops made good their landing, but were immediately attacked before they had time to organize. They succeeded, however, in driving back the opposing force, which consisted only of skirmishers, and in capturing some fifty or sixty prisoners and four pieces of artillery. The remainder of the skirmishers fell back on their supports, who occupied some st
represented to be deplorable at the extreme. Many counties in that State are overrun with guerillas, and a war of retaliation has commenced which has led to the most fearful atrocities. The Paw-Paw militia, of Platte county, organized and armed by General Rosecrans for the defence of that section of the State against the guerillas, have for the most part made common cause with the latter. General Rosecrans, by authority of the War Department, has called for nine regiments of six months volunteers for the protection of Missouri against guerrillas or invasion. From Georgia. The latest official dispatches from Major-General Sherman's army state that he was steadily drawing his lines closer around Atlanta. No tidings had been received of the cavalry force under Stoneman, which was sent out on the 14th to cut the Macon and Columbus all road. Financial. The latest quotation of gold in New York on the 29th was 232¼. On the 28th it declined at one time to 216.
The Baltimore Gazette, of the 30th ult., was received last night. The Agent of the Press Association has furnished the following summary: The affair near Deep Bottom. We have previously mentioned the fact that the Confederates were making an attempt to occupy Malvern Hill and Harrison's Landing for the purpose of rendering Butler's position at Bermuda Hundred insecure, if not untenable. We now learn that, on Wednesday, General Grant threw two pontoon bridges across the James river, and sent the Second corps to the northern side of that stream for the purpose of counteracting the designs of the enemy. The Federal troops made good their landing, but were immediately attacked before they had time to organize. They succeeded, however, in driving back the opposing force, which consisted only of skirmishers, and in capturing some fifty or sixty prisoners and four pieces of artillery. The remainder of the skirmishers fell back on their supports, who occupied some str
represented to be deplorable at the extreme. Many counties in that State are overrun with guerillas, and a war of retaliation has commenced which has led to the most fearful atrocities. The Paw-Paw militia, of Platte county, organized and armed by General Rosecrans for the defence of that section of the State against the guerillas, have for the most part made common cause with the latter. General Rosecrans, by authority of the War Department, has called for nine regiments of six months volunteers for the protection of Missouri against guerrillas or invasion. From Georgia. The latest official dispatches from Major-General Sherman's army state that he was steadily drawing his lines closer around Atlanta. No tidings had been received of the cavalry force under Stoneman, which was sent out on the 14th to cut the Macon and Columbus all road. Financial. The latest quotation of gold in New York on the 29th was 232¼. On the 28th it declined at one time to 216.
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 1
represented to be deplorable at the extreme. Many counties in that State are overrun with guerillas, and a war of retaliation has commenced which has led to the most fearful atrocities. The Paw-Paw militia, of Platte county, organized and armed by General Rosecrans for the defence of that section of the State against the guerillas, have for the most part made common cause with the latter. General Rosecrans, by authority of the War Department, has called for nine regiments of six months volunteers for the protection of Missouri against guerrillas or invasion. From Georgia. The latest official dispatches from Major-General Sherman's army state that he was steadily drawing his lines closer around Atlanta. No tidings had been received of the cavalry force under Stoneman, which was sent out on the 14th to cut the Macon and Columbus all road. Financial. The latest quotation of gold in New York on the 29th was 232¼. On the 28th it declined at one time to 216.
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