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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 January 1864

llli Carrier'! Address for 1864. Another year's most checkered masa List night did to oblivion pass, Leaving to Thought's embalming powers KecorJs of well or ill-spent hours Ietdstrtat our future may rejoice, lr shame with their upbraiding voice Words that truth or falsehood jjke, And pxl or evil did evoke IiiSiidUCet to better man, Or darken more life' little span All these the passing hour revealed : Till Judgment Pay they all are sealed. Now, Contemplation views the past, Seen years coming better than the last Mourns o'er its wasted, misspent days, lu vadly-wandering, devious wayi lrops the soft tear fur all iu wrongs, And thanks that l'ationce time pro long Oiront GikK (we ask,) thy pardnn give, Help im, henceforth, iu Tliee to live; Guide every stop, control each thought, IJring every vain dusire to nought And may the next find us more free From every wrong and nearer Thee. Sixty-three our granaries crowned In health and peace our homes abound. Happy our lot, compared with thos...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 January 1864

MI Ml men 0 "THE I'NIO.V established" ia 1S11 Whule No- 2,633. BY 0. T. WOKDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, JAN. 20, 1864. "CHRONICLE," established in 18-13 Who! Nn., i,032. At ii..0 per Year, ansa) In Advance. ill rlllllMIKU NKWI-WKFkll liievhy M.irninir, k FrMay Afiernons. 'TTKXrinN.CIJIZHNS ! A Meet, ing will te held iu Itidi pnd-iit Hil, on Thursday Evening. J-iti 10 consider the Volunteer and It nm'y q i'stinu. K3TCoai out Id Independent Halt this (Tuesday) evening, mil hear lbs mao from Yicksburg, Mississippi. And bring long few neighbors. When in good trim 19 a large audience makes most meo he is a very entertaining speaker, lie will be in ?Iilton oo Wednesday, and Mane; Thursday. I "In Union it Strtnytk." Jiel S. Hei- j were left comparatively defenceless lo Ml bere end elsewhere, iu our existing em- . i ai. -. b n ... ...... tn ..ii..t. n. . ' harr aa.mcnt. In lav saida all nartivan feel- I ley, of Chester couuty, has bought out j prey ln rnor. o...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 January 1864

UNION COUNTY "STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE. The Ravages of War. Tha ravses caused bj the war ic Tennessee are (Lag graphically described : : "There M a portion of tihs S'fite 10 de vastated by theei;! war as to be p ft 'ica 1 abauduted by tbe foot of nun. '1 tie turn re eluiiibenug at Sbiloh, Corinth and Mono Kiver; tbo servants bave gained their freedjm ; the wumeo and children. h fled to uwre remote and quiet pre- j cinots. Falling in behind tbe reiinug ; footsteps of buiu-.tiity enroe the four laoled beasts and creeping thing. The ! fig makes bis burrow under tbe ruined j dweiliugs where a bappy people nnci dwelt. The serpen' crawls under the fljor I of the churches. Toe squirrel chatters and builds bis nest upon tbe locust tree in I tbe old yard once noisy with the mirth of j children. Tbe gum is rotting in the eonl spring tbe parindga whistls from tbe ridge pilo of tbe cabin. Tho wiid-bee ! aeeks a store-buute fur bis Looey, fearless of deleo'mu by the btimao eye. All is retu...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 January 1864

-r- - rfiL-Ml.Thgi nsiufi i nil m HD SHBrTfflSKEaRBSi mMMLiKitrjr:.. T-.-,- fTr ' HI' "J I, IlfflitM Hi BY 0. X. WORDEN'AXD J. At P"r Year, talwayn In Advance. riMMIKD StMI-BLhklT j-art Jay Moruins Si Friday Afiernooa. FOR MEMDKIT, Abraham Lincoln T L t 1 -f . i. - A ill famine i.u.ea o. .... Society will pack box ibis week Those disputed can eeud in ctnoe Ac , to Mrs. Jarue Ilaye. AnA ..n a.,.d in nnnfd fruit, tellies. tirPenn'a soldier belonging to the 9th Army Corf will find something in tbir line lu tpecial older No. 3, in another cJumn. t&It ii gratifying to iee tneny men who recently denounced greenbacks and the national crdit, now engaged id bank ing upon the detit of the nation. terrC.,1. Wiu. 11. HUir, of Hellefnote, is aj'0;uted I'tovost Marshal for the Ly oiDiug di-trioi, in place of Captain W Lite, charged with corruption iu bia office. tS-May baa aome how got mixed up with mid-winter. For several successive days, the weather bat been very warm and balmy, and the fro...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 January 1864

Jl Y The Wrong Mode. W notica lama of our aoumportriea ara adding to tbe price of ibeir papera to thoaa who pi; thai nuking tha honeit bd prompt mfTer for tba nitdeeds of tha alack and tba dishonest. Tba better way, are find tba more honest way, to our tuiud is to male all piy, aod thus do no wrong to Smith by taxing him extra to pay for Jones' fault. By tha loose caah pjotem, every two men who pay for them telves do also actually pay for third man who is perhaps just as able to pay aa tbey are. It is tbe interest of paying Subscribers to demand that this iijustice top, aod that tbt-y be cot charged extra earns to make up deficiencies eaused by an editor's giving away papers to their neigh bors. Others add to tbe price for Legal Noti ces, wbicb are cash and sure pay at any rata, aod which come out of the estates of deceased or embarrassed persons, mostly : but tbey allow swindling, demoralizing, worthless advertisers to have almost any amount cf room, paying any price tbey choose to...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 February 1864

wwmi fiTTiWfnw am a m t .mitt fi HM7fStIB.il II n (011 PI Mil (Clio mm i, m m mmi mm m w ismimit uuumi Br 0. X. W011DEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS, It l-50 r Year, always In Advance. LEWlSBURG. 'ONIONr CO., FA.,' TUESDAY, FEB. 2, 1864. "CIIEOXICLE," established ia 1S43 TThoIe Xo., 1,033. 5l"C3,C00, Lost! lVsrcrdsy the S:.te Treasurer was to ; Pennsylvania ComaiDn Schools. The Superintendent, ia bit auoml re- fij the svr.ii-anuu il interest on the Suih port to the Legislature, shows that the the stteet I fjuud Capt. Carman, who look me ia and fed me. When I went to turn ia my bone, riding thro' (be too, I saw Harrliburg Correspondence. 1'kidat, Jan. 29, Ttin Tinnae had session today, laslinj; -.-.j ji- i n.i . : i : : I.,... " il .1.1 I., . f i ),. State ' from 1( A M to '. I . M. ine majority i - """""fc-"- - r'j-s 1 allrM ... rtpslrncci quoting at 1 57. -here ! add.d 57 cent. , no. iiniiuJing PbilaJoipbi. city, i. llfil determined to briug to a tote the b.ll to , bunting bo.rd.ng and aiab...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 February 1864

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE. Charga cf ta Hale Brijade. , On the night of October 28th, when Gen. Geary's division of the Twelfth Corps repulsed the attacking forces of Longstreet at Wanhatchie, Tenn- a num bar of mulca, affrighted by the noise of battle, dsa.ied into the ranks of Ilampton's Legion, casing much dismay among the rebels, in J compelling many of them to fall back under a supposed charge of cav airy. Captain Thomas If. Elliott, of Gnary'a staff, sends us the following ren ditioB of the iucident, which he gleaned from an interior contemporary. Its au thorship ia not known by the Captain. Ilalf a mile, half a mile, Half a mile onward, Light toward the Georgia troops Broke the two hundred. "Forward the Mule Brigade," "Charge for the Kebs !" they neighed ; Straight for the Georgia troops, Broke the two hundred. 'Forward, the Mule Brigade!" Was there a mule dismayed ? 'ot when the long ears felt All their ropes sundered j Theirs not to make reply ; Theirs not...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 February 1864

H rmw Kirm a ttd m HD (I (Mil TO m m ii mmr II N mm BY 0. X- WUKUC- aisu j. k. VUkjsiLiiuo. At Pr Tear, always la Advamce. Three Specimens of the Tory Growls. From early edition of JirshaWs Life of Washington, V.U. V Oo pegs 63,speskiog of Jay's Treaty with Eogland, approbated by President Wasbihotos, and the "sriomiusble bio- representations" whiah "affiighted tnisio- foraed minds" respecting it, the roferod - . - Chief Je.i.ec Mars ball : tat? L L .1 I L J 1. - L ..J. .. . a.fraa. ar tbt sffretinus of tbe people, that even an enemies bod deemed it generally aeeeesary to preeervr, with regard o him, external marks of dreeaev ind respect. Previous to Ibo mission of Mr. Jsy, charges against tbe obief magistrate, though frequently .Voff,bd eeldon. beeo direotlj mode. That Biioeino visibly aflteted tbe deooioa which bd been utunliy observed towarde - i . i . ..ff iKa irofv Dim, ODu 100 laniata.ivw j brought ioto open view sensations which bod luof beeo ill concealed. Wiib aqtal Virulen...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 February 1864

; 5 I i 1- i I n OH, BE HOT THE FIRST ! Oil I lie not tKc first to discover 1 A Hot on the tame of a fritud, A flaw on the faith of a lover, . , ' S t Whuac heart nuy prove true to tlie end. JVVe none of us know one another, Arid oft into error we fall; Then let tis speak well of our brother, Or sjicak not about him at all. A Fniile or a gini may awaken 1 -iSusiiicioa most false and undue ; And thus our belief may be shaken V- la heart that are honest and true. How often the fight smile of pladness I worn by the friends that we meet To cover a soul full of sadness, Too proud ta acknowledge defeat Dow often the sigh of dejection Is heaved from the hypocrite' breast, To parody truth and affection, , - Or lull a suspicion to rest. How often the friends we love rloxrest, Their noblest emotions conceal ; l And bosoms the purest, gmcurest, r . ILive secrets tliey cau not reveal Leave base miuds to harbor Tsspicion, And small ones to truec our defects- ' Let ours be a nobler ambition, For ...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 9 February 1864

llfllM N Ml IblffiliwiM. IIP BY 0. ' WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. K $lJVO per Year, alvayi In Advance. LEWISDURG, UNION CO., PA.,- TUESDAY, FEB. 9, 1SC4 : "CHRONICLE," tstaWishd in IS43 TTfcofe N-,., 1,034. t" ruUsHm KHi.)EHl.-. TsmJiY MomiS" & FridaT rifrrO0H. c-- - ron P8Ei! r.xT. AB R A II A M L I SCO L X faaCl'art of ur last Friday's iasae n delayed everl haurs in oouseqicBes of a break in the press. -Tbe remain, rf nor formsr towri- v.n Thnmai Graham, (h died at Key .. . v brought bocne, and iotrrrd in the Lewi. borg Cetery on Sanday l..t. r;; "JT "v i"wtre m- taijrhe Olst ix-g I a. v u preted at H.rr.aburg y.a.oro.j K- nromiaca to aninir ana r hooiethi. .orn - rod car three eowpioiet We if poniUe: il not, id'.i-s- " . . l j . nr.nrtinDa to receive eae ueam f -1 tbea. ; hope tbey may be welcomed home In a eoi'able maocer, t& We are reqaeated to itaie that the ciiiaeot of Kelly towoebip effer Two Hundred Dollare Bounty for recruita enough to clear tbat diniriet of the dr....

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 9 February 1864

t i 1 i i- f The Euckshot Rioters. Tie Copperhead organization known 11 Ibe Buck Sbatii, which bat existeaVseveral tnootha in Cirbon and some otber of Ibe counties in (bis Stale, bas been up for (rial before military board. Tbair VfitoesstiS teatifiy tbat lha Buck Shota are . members cf (be sworn organization, known as the 'GilJco Circle." Tbej are swora to support ibe "Constitution aa it is, and the Vnioo as it was ;" to aid each otber io evading tie draft; to discourage volun teering, io. According to the instruc tion of their l'resident, tbe leading mem ben of tbe organization are Gen. Lee, Of tbe Rebel army, and Gens. M'Clellas od M'Duwell, of tbe Uoioa army ; (tbe latter General, however, ia a newspaper card ditc!aiu.s all knowledge of er affinity to tbe clique; tbe otber two 3encral.i thus far have made no denial of it.) Io eaaa a member ia forced iuto tbe army by draft, be is directed to go over to tbe enemy, and is instructed io tbe uie of an ioterohangeable dialogue to assi...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 February 1864

11 WIT I SM iifiWK msmi Ml BY 0. N. WOK DEN AND At ttAO per Tear, alwayi In Advance. m.ur liurnin? Ik VridaV AflernOOB. i uc3 -2IT7i Abuaii am Lincoln Wirwi of IiCff'tiru. Xmdtv - next. Ote or two ciut' tT atar i,nroo ielt eipire with Court Week. Renew, if jeu think best. Fair notice. 'Mt. Heckendorn vie in No. 13 Hospital, Vs., the first of January, and did not say, in hie last epistle, when "Cas tle Thunder" ie eipeeted to be opened. We bope be will get good "typee" of all the Rebe end Uoion men he sees. Raturn of the Veteran! of the 51st. On Wednesday morning laet, the regu lated men of the 51t I'.V. who original ly eulisted from thie vieiuity, reached our town. The Town Couucil having been notified t,f their coming, made an appro priation to defray tha ext.cuse incurred in giving them a suitable reception ; and to carry out their designs, C. W. Schaffie and James Murty were appointed to have breakfast prepared, deciding in favor of tie Kivicre House, alter calling upon the diffe...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 12 February 1864

i HI from Harpar'i Wecalj. KOTO COTTON. Klo Cotton looks from Lit window 4 ' Toward the westering sun, fe And lie marks with an anguished horror That his race is almost run. II is form is tliin and shrunken, His cheek is pale and wan, And the lines of eare on his furrowed brow Aro dread to look upon. But yesterday a monarch In the flush of his pomp and pride, And not content with his own broad lands lie would rule the world beaidu. lie bnilt him a mighty palace, With gold from beyond the ses, And he laid with care the corner-stone, And he called it Slavery. . lie summoned an army'with banners . To keep Lin foes at bar, And, gazing with pride on his palace walls, He said, "They shall stand for aye !" But the palace walls are shrunken, And partly overthrown, And the storms of war, in their violence, Have loosi'iied the corner-stone. Now frmiiie stalks through thepalace halls With her gstitit and pallid train ; You can hear the cries of famished men, As they cry fjr bread in vaiu. The ...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 February 1864

HI IP (H re! -Oea, I 'P) Ml saBBBB TT"BlTTeB MIL UJBWIOO " Mil a for re. as. '4 vf 'o Tatl r. h i. I . i.e P"- aay Mi-ma Mii-Ktihu Tac5..'ir JI'Tnini It F.May AHenioon. " run rnEJi'KT. w 21 Abraham mncoln 9& Tts L'oi. 0 Counts Court i in sess- a11 the Judizn present ; Schell, ery fr ; Nesbit, Schecb, ard CI rift, tip staves. Jacob Hummel, Foremen of tbe Grind Jery, for which tie District Attorney bid let one ease, Saturday evening Dot even contraband ' Jap'oet io search of a f. fa- cr bat tbe C"ttib'e rrpir'ed cni- Moee, Mondy tunrticg- TLe ea.e of Briodtge ts Kloss was on for trial at Boon. Mr. Basseer tug is aePo I'roiboQoiery. Betrayed Again! TJefire tint day, ibe I'mu iff M)'a' kite taken Kicbioond, er,d U fur P"-1"- .rubers oa':d b.e t o ieien-a. but .. for the Ut.-'ival f the rzif'lit.'u ly out j wUiett KichojoLO pipr fiyttm "e Yiokeo drwrrier'' ee tfem timely notice of tie idvitce of our f. rct: fo tbit they were bie to U trcr. n.d in other wiys step our ijsiLce sud r';ly...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 16 February 1864

lot tu ta a caBMRcu. "BO-PEEP" The shadows of night AikI the red fire-light Meat, and together creep From the plowing grate, In the evening lute, In corner to play lio-Peep- In from the street IVtcr little feet, Soon to lie still in sleep, Aud cunningly glide From the shadows to hide, Ending the day with Lu-Peep. The carpet's warm staint Near the window-panea All in a rain-how heap Blush under tl Isee Thrown off the moon's face When with earth she plays Bo-I'eep. Tbn the dreaming soul In thu crimson coal Builds splendid castles cheap To he overthrown When some burning stone ' Suddenly plays at Bo-i'eep. Hope's beautiful li.L'ht, IiapR)intmeut's night, Meet, and together creep, Checking our fate . Both early and late Constantly playing Bo-Peep. The Rpirit's sin-stains, The heart's after pains, ' . All in a heavy heap Blush through the thin lacs . That veils each face la the world's great gime, Bo-Peep. A down Life's street Wauder many feet, Boon in the grave to sleep , Yet by the way...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 February 1864

Ill Cliff mi III IIM C 111111 BY 0. S. WORDEN AND Mt per Year, always la Advance. sHll-Wr'KSll' Taps-far Morntns & FrMay Afternoon. FUR PBEMbKNT, An KA II A 31 LjI XCOLN . arClubs for our paper for Feb. Court elote to-morrow, (Saturday ) IttNaTiriMiree' from Wetbing- t0, U.rri.burg, or our Armiet. Jr Another very cold spell this week, closing the river in a tingle night. At St. Paul, Minnesota, thermometer iu 25 dog. below xero. -Election for State Senator in Indiana dielrict, to-day. In wee, we kot. .h. Sn.te will be doing iia bnai- -i, I 1 1- k neae. tat tbe eeaaion win pivuwj nro( raeted bv tbe contumacy of tba 16 minority Senator, who, like tbe dog in tba mao.er. would do nothing, nor permit otberi to proceed with their aworn duties. Chronicle the Facts. Ia A. D. 1864, the Grand Jury of Union eouoty, Peumylvauia, at Feb. T., bad only ooe bill (wbioh they pronounced 'true") before it, and wa discharged tbe firatdav. Put that duien. : . :J T -J Lu, one L.nd Sale, and bad non. ...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 February 1864

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE. Tha Perplexed Housekeeper. $ L: BY MUS. F. D. GAGE. I wish. I hail a tLmpti iairs ' Of hnnd'a tliisvory ruinate; I'd soon put all these tliinirs to rights ; The very diuce is in it. Here's a g waehiiie; to be done, - Due air of ban Is to do it, Slii-ets.cliirtu and stoctius.ooatsand pants, How will I e'er get through it ? Dinner to pet for six or more. Ha loaf left o'er from Sunday ; And liaby cross nn he can live - He's always e on Monday. And tliere'a the cream, 'tis setting sour, And forthwith must be churning ; And here's 15b wants a button on Which way must I bo turning 1 'Ti time the meat wa in the pot. The bread was worked tor bakinp. The clothe wore taken from the boil Oh dear! the baby's waking. Hush, baby, dc?r, there, hush, sh-sh ! I wiish he'd sleori a little, Till I could run and pet some wood To hurry up the kettle. Oh dear ! if V comes home, And finds thinp in this bother, He'll ju :t bepiu and tell me all About his tidy mo...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 23 February 1864

in mm m If WM1 PIP tllIMM BY 0. X- AfOKDEN AND J. tf fl.50 per tear, always Ty!s? Murnirs & Fri-lay AfttrnooB. Fi,s fCNrtM. inixiu II f JVrftl.V ;i i) it 1 11.11 - . w taTfWt f -rgel tn atr-nd ine exMbi- (ioo of Tbleaax t iDdcrncdeot Hall to Libt. It will "pay." " Iffi-We will prit.t the tU of Mr. OrwiS (aliuaed tc by cur H.rmburg correspondent) la 1 ndiy e rIr- ' ... tejFriend of tbe Soldier, attend jne Itcture, to morrtw night, by Ibe ageoti of the U. S. Cbrii'iao Comuiistion, at the Evangelical Church. wiTTbe ease of Shrioer f.-r Yoonjt . wear 1 u cv i'i "i'ul tv o., j ..;.i..t i f.., nf PlfT. : which fi,i,bed ibe labors cf last week's te-sion af Court. Kelly fovt Msuip our or m Wood ! . leeterJ.y Ce r,eru.e w.re sworu .mo the serf ice aad credited to Kellj tcwosbip ,,1 j Uere iro fwo uil, then, ' io Ucbe.dooi, but soma of tbeui sre try "Eg f"r "ltI s tles Curnstaik-, and it is : eomiLaod a' W.rrentro captured, st Pied which fills the consolidated quits furtbat ' j lt rxp,nse...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 23 February 1864

NEW BATTLE SONG, at first sung by five hundred voire in the Libby Prison after hearing of the Gettys burg victory. It was also auug at the g eat Christian Coin mission meeting in the . llcpreseiitntivea' Hall, Washington, where it was called fur a second time by i'reg. Linculu. Sung also by Mr. and . Mrs. Lyfurd at the Christian Coratuissioii meeting, in Ltmislurg, last Wednesday eveuing. Mine eye have Keen the glory of the coming of the Lord : It is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored : lie has loosed the fateful lightning of His terrible swift sword : Ilia truth is marching on. Chorus Glory, glory, hallelujah ! I have seen Him in the watch-fires of a hundred circling camps ; They have builded Ifini an altar in the evening dews and d&mps; I can read Ilia righteous seutenca by the dim and flaring lain,? : His day is inarceiug on. CnORUS Glory, glory, hallelujah 1 I have read a fiery gopeI writ in burnish ed rows of kteel : ua ye deal with my contemners...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 26 February 1864

Vi' III Miff SMI MUM DII1I0J. 3 "niROXICLE," etf.M.sl.fd in lSi3Wiole 1,036. BY 0. X. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. 41 tiJH per Year, always In Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEB. 2G, 18G4. fr himself. and the record that tbe Detu- I further reference to this eul jet. It is Tucsfiy Mnrnin & Fri1ay Afternoon. Lye. hot no the LGib irst., for desertion while ,'OU rnfcMU,AT, j on pukel duty. llis friends urn maklug A n it a ii a 3i Lincoln h"e bis wnuncejuodinvd. Cairo, Feb. I 4. Tl s'enmer Funny, frm Vicketure on the 'ZO'b, reports that Sberuiau's forces are iu possession of . V . L . t I 1 1. - l ..mmi.. , annoru, ... - f . g fc n..t,g Co.. i under sentence to ne -"-' , . ' . in Cd that niruieu ii i. v. j- - ----- thev have adhered to those uleas, ana pur- known that the gentlemen on the other side of the House assumed that Ibis resn lu'ion was a direct thrust at them. I cay J. Plleegor's Vendue. i liouniien paid to tho fuliiiwiiiir Vul- Wll.U he exposed to public sale,...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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