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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 6 May 1864

JUL lit 8adFate of& Cotton Speculator. IJt.w OrltusOor. Boatca Journal No ympathj ii felt hert for cotton pnoulatora, and when one of them U fldooad, it scemi to be a matter of rejoic ing bj both parties Federals as well as Rebs. A good story is going tie rounds ia regard to a citizen of this citj one of those neutral iudmdmls who are on the feoee, ready to jump oa either side policy dictates to be fur their interest. He left Nf Orleans abont two months since, bsaod for the Confederate lines, with the intention of investing what money he bad in eottoo. The friend who related the incident to me said that just before start ing lie met him in the street, and after exchanging the usual eommonplaco re marks, inquired : "What are you up to now, Brown 7" "Ob, I've jost made a good thing; lino into the Confederacy nJ brought out thirty bales of cotton. Bound up again to morrow, and if nothing happens I'll bring back fjor times that quanti J" "Be careful, Brown, or you'll got gob lied up...

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. — 10 May 1864

DIIII STM Ml III ill D mmi "THE UNION'," esUMisuel in I SU Whole No.. 2,66!. BY 0 WOltiliiN A.NU J. li. UUltiALlL. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1864. 'CHRONICLE," established ia 1S Whale No, 1,0 17. At f l-fto Pcr Tear, ntlwaye In Advance. Ttfuttf .Mornim, & Friday Afternoon, rwi riiKMiiKXT, A Bit A ii am Lincoln AMF.MiMKNTK. Fur the Firxf Ammdmmt. Eur the NVfvwif Amendment. Far the Third Amendment. Union County Convention. The citixens of the County of Union fivorable to the Slate aod Nations! Administration are requested to meet in convention on Tuesday, the 17th iost., at one o'oloik I'. M., at the Courl House in the Borough of Lewisburg, for the purpose of selecting three Offerers to meet simi lar Conferees from the counties of rfoyder, Juniata. Dauphin and Northumberland, i. a.. it m h tn se eet a Ut leeite . . wuuoo " ----- to represent the 14:h Congressional I' - triet in the National Convention, at Bal - President and Vice President, Meeting" for the electi...

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. — 10 May 1864

Ki ll A. Ward, Jr., oa the Presidency, cheef among 43 tboassn, q the 1 alto Eodj ohip wot possesses th most ob- 80,ber .,alJ- As Fres 1 ir boun(1 ,0 tooae intelleok ear. not tale to percei- that j dmlt lh,t he' Oorjeus. Other think rooculier portiun of the Hobs' Nuihero 80 lJe' bin runD,n ,ho mtshene 2 frcns ir io favor of Mr. Geo. li. Litiie-1 W1,b ,r,llcr!'. Copperbeda, an other macklellan fer the ceil Cheef Magistrait. 1 fil,hJ 'ermin Pu,tin 011 lhe Brke8- ,,ut I make no dowt bia fret tUiok. he would make a eweet Pres. Accordin to thre idee o tbingt, he wood - sweet. The; think J. Uavio makes a Tip-top l'res. At Preaideot, George wouliiu't irritaie bit Sutbrin brethreu niach. Skurcely But I don't bleetr fer ennj length o.e mooietita that Mack wood wake the best l'res. the world ever saw. Oa the con trary, I ibiuk be wiol make the wust tho' it would be putty difficult to make a truster than J. liucuanan. Uuo. li. woodo'tdo f.r a Union Pres. lie has bis faults. Ef be was nominated ...

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. — 13 May 1864

Ml M STAB lit mm ffliiiii. Mm BY 0. ' WOliDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. Al $1.50 per Tear, ahvayi In Advance. rluLWIIK SKMI-ViKKKU-- Tutly Murnins & Friday Afternoon. fob rui-Miim. Abraham Lincoln amendments. For the Ft rut Amendment. Fr tkr Second Aramdwrtit. For the Third Atnrndmmt. Union County Convention. irt. ,f ,i. iv.,,.,.., ,.r l;,.n iUB V11I&T3UB 111 IU, vyui.il., l' v.iii"M r.enr.t.l i. ,Ka St.tA and NjMtioniit Administration are reouested to meet in!;, convention on Tuesday, the 17th inst., at i one o clocS 1". M., at itie l.ourt tmus.. iu j IDe UorOUgn or IrfWIHOUrg, I..r iue I of selecting three l,..nlerees to m;e...iu.- Iar rVnf-r-ra from the couniien 01 nyucr, Juniata. Dauphin and irthuruherUnil, - - . ; whose duty it will hi to ee!ec' a l. legate ! to represent the H h Cingrefsiuual I1'-i trict in the Nstiooal Cnnveiitnin, at lial timore, to be held in June next, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for President and Vice I'residetit. Meetings for the electio...

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. — 13 May 1864

From tha Memphis BallstU of the 12th alt. The Bloody Flag of Fort Pillow. Oo Maj 2d, tba widow of Major Booth, tli lata eommaoder at Fort Pillow.arrived "at Fort Pickering below thu city. Col. Jackson, of the 6th U, S. heavj artillery, bad bia regiment formed ioto line for ber reception. Id front of ita centre atood fourteen men, aa fioe, brave fellows aa treal the earth. The were tha remnant of the lit battalion of the regiment now drawn op all who bad escaped the fiend ish ecenea of Fort 1'i'low, aeenea tbil bare stamped jet deeper blackneae on the infamous brow of treason. Mr . Booth came forward. Id ber band aha bore a flag, red and clotted with human blood. She took position io front of the fourteen beroos, to lately un der her deceased husband's command. The ranks before ber observed a silence that waa full of solemnity. Many a Lardy face showed by twitobiog Iipa and humid eyes bow the sight of the bereaved lady touched bosooie that could meet ateel, nd drew on the foaotain of...

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. — 17 May 1864

Iff I8MIG BY 0. N- WOUDEN AND J. It. CORNELIUS. Ht 1.M per l'rar, always In Advanre. THE UNION'," esuWilieJ i 1S1 4 VM i 2.GC9. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., YX.y TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1864. CnRONICLEfw estaWishe-J In 1SI3 Whole No, 1,013 Ilil Dim mi rlllLlo'lKII NKXI.WKKKI.V Tumhy Mniiiinn Jt Friday Afternoon. rl NtKMIIrAT. Aukaiiam Lincoln AVEM.MKNTS. Vw tfir Vtrnt Amemtmrnt. yr the Srmtit A inntitiimt. h'orthr Third Amtlitlnf lit. ealu addition to the casualties hitherto puhii-bed, sustained by soldiers fiom this vicinity, the foil, .wire arc received, all of whom were more orleje w.iui.ii. d : U iland Sioughton, iu a leg; Kff i ger L lteber, . i.. i.ui. . i! PI1C I'll . tfUtlli 1.1.1. 1 U U1I1U tflZ . ' ' ' ' & 7 r Van U.ier, in the ahouMer: Scott Clingan, lii:htly bruised ; ni. U Am- won, left arm; Jsmes A. 11.11, Jhn Donacbv. J. Jl. KhoJes Cof Milton) acre wouuded, but no particulars received. aWAmorg the names of 'he fallen leroes of the present campaign, wo notift that of a much este...

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. — 17 May 1864

-ru s Twlr noralog'a Sewi. Monday, May 16. Ths Secretar- of War eutca that Grant' military operations are suspended a aeeonot of bad roads, the men io tbe beat of spirits. Tbe Union army is on tbe main road between Fredericksburg and Richmond. It ii conjectured Lee is moving towards Lynchburg. The Rebel Qen. J. E. B. Stuart is killed. Tbe Baltimore American estimates oar wbol Tom thai far at 20,000. Geo. Butler was still operating againat Fort Darjiog, at last accounts. Geo. Sherman has forced tbe Rebel Gen. Johnson to evacuate Resaca. Tbe only drawback to onr (access is tbe failure of Geo. Banks, who is bard pressed in Louisiana. FOft TU STAB S CHBIWOCLa. "art re all there, sun of iJ Conelrr?" uceeeted mdioc lb Oratloa of Gaosoi D. KlaVeAiu. of Prune. Bunneb, nndcr tbe aboee title, at lb .painf Kiuabatjua of tbe t'nivereity at LewLtburg-j fij anrtoo el trpn. a foreign plrnil. Alone I waU iteaalMty beech, Ib rata my lungine. ryfi are etraiacA, To xe tbe atarry eml'lcm of my native l...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 May 1864

iwie WTUT II ii mi m in . Mlt V PIKLIMIKU KKV.i.tEkLl' jaesfoy Miirnini k FrMay Afternoon." FOB rEKMUrAT. ' .IVrni.V;. . - - - - - i " ' AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. F'r the Firtt Amenilmfnt. h'.ir the Smuttl Awndinent. I'ur Ihr Third Aiutndmitit. (Election on Turk lay. A"g. 3. llj Prinmy Elections, One eand dite for Asembly, One candidate for Sheriff, One cod d.'e f r Coin.ui-sioner, )oe caudidate f.r A llitor, Ojeemlid'te frCr ner, One per.oi f-r R turn Jdle of the dis trict in wt.ieb the vot. r re.;.), s The haliois to he upened as oon a the h. ur fur cIomus has arri.e t, read a . md and Itie iroe return cernlieil to hv 'he J.idve and ClerUs and etven to itie Jude so rh .n. The return Judses will toefi in the CYiut II useai !.ewiborg, on M'lM) V. June i:t, 1S6I. at IUoVl..ck. A. then and thrre to correctly leinrn. a id up and pi,blisb.lhr nnm Ver of v.oe cai for eac h candidate f..rearh lilliee ;aml ihi.se hni! ihe highest numt-.T vf voir, l,r eaih ..llir.e, re-peeiively shi1'...

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. — 20 May 1864

-ftj I Stcpuiitiei. Walkiog along itreeu with the point of an anibrella .licking out behind, under the irm or over the shoal tier, lij suddenly stopping to speak to a friend, or other cause, a person walkiog in iba rear bad Lis brain penetrated Ibrougb the eye in one of our streets tndMied in a lew days. Stopping into a oh arch aisle after dis illusion, aud standing to converse with others, or allow occupants of the pew to pass out before for the courtesy of prece dence at tbe eipenee of a greater boorish ness to those behind. Ta carry a long pencil in vest or outside oat pocket ; not loog aioee a clork in New York fell, and tbe long cedar peneil ao pierced ao important artery that it bad to be cut down opon from tbe top of tbe shoul der to prevent bis bleeding to death, with a three months' illness. To take exercise or walk for tbe health, when every etep is a drag, and instinct urges to repose. To guizle down glasses of cold wa'er, on getting up in the morning, without any feeling...

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. — 24 May 1864

DIIH g m iff mm mmm BY 0. N. WOK DEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. it l.AO per Tear, altvaya In Advance. "THE UNION," estiMkbfJ in ISU Whole No-2,670. CHRONICLE," estaMi-IicJ In IS 13 Whole No, 1,01?. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., TA, TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1864. nnmr.it :i-wEKkiT Tbc-J- Mirninn & Friday Afternoon. " - - --- Voice Of the Lutheran Church. Id May, 1801, the (lenerat Synod of the Lutheran Church of the United States tiM ita hinnnial aea.tun at Viirk I'a A ' oiniuittee on the elate of the country, representing every Synod attending, was i " - 1 t Mr . I, . r !:. I appointed- iev. , .a I asssvaot, ut I im- burg, chairman. The following patriotic resolutions, reported by cnnimittee, were ' tmaiuirtouVy adopted on a call of the yeas ; nd nays. It will he Been that they take strong ground in support of the Got- eminent, and most emphatically condemn UB BVBieOl Ul AlUCIiraiU '" - a a A .l.nur err as a am ; gainat God, and a. the cause of the re- bellion. They also rcbuko the attempt of Hishnp ...

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. — 24 May 1864

ilk ACTIONS KE.ER DIE. timid hand stretched forth to aid . A brotliar in his need, The kindly word in grief's dark hour . " That proes a friend indeed, The pica for mercy softly breathed "When justice threatens high, The sorrow of a contrite heart These thiDgs ahull never die. The memory of a clamping hand, The pressure of a kiss, And all the trifles sweet and frail That make up love's first bliss If with a firm, uuchanging faith, And holy trust and high, Those hands and lips sincerely met, Their influence ne'er shall die. The cruel and the needless word That wounded as it fell, Tho chilliu- want of sympathy One feck but can not tell, The rouirh repulse that stills the heart Whose hopes were bounding high These are unfading records kept, And they shall never die. :Let nothing pass, for every hand Must find somo work to do; Lose not a chance to waken love, Be firm, and just, and true. ' o shall a liht that cau not fade Beam on tliee from on high, And anirel voices say to thee, "These...

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. — 27 May 1864

in 111 BY 0. N. W'OKDES AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At $1-30 per Year, always In Advance. "THE UNW.V eslablihed in Isl4 Wbule Xn-lfilQ, CIIROXiirLE." estaMislieJ in 1813 Whu!e No., 1.U49. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1SG4. IfllMK m m iv.. tmm Tarsi' Miirning & Friday Afternoon, urn ntKMufAT, Abraham Lincoln F.I.I-OTOHAt. TICK FT. Th-i-i. rtTiv,nM 1 ; t-::i.. w Ih.lo U I'tttrV II shrlner I.. Jolm M'iDt.r lfl limn! t'".nauihr 17 ll.vnl W VlonO 1H 1-a.c Itonim., V. John l'att -n il ! ia.i.i II hick .1 l.i.r.ril lliiTr '21 4 -liu I' IVlina-T 21 K ir.r M'Jnofcin 4 John V alien-hard Ml.TO M'Ml- HllL I K"trt V King t lieor,;. M Coat.. S Henry ti:a Hilliam II Kara ft Uarton Jnk Chart M kuaip t l'.lvrt rrk 8 William l a) lor Juliu lln.tanii IS Kiliar) II Ori'll II Mor i llolhd.y 11 Cbar.es l(.i- AMENDMENTS TO TIIK CoNSTITUTlOX. F-ir thr Fir ft Anuttdmntt. Fir the Sffimd Atnrtidmrnt. For tlie Third Amrudmtnt. Election un Tuesday, Aus;. 3. I84 Primary Elections. The Republican mill ...

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. — 27 May 1864

Let the Ueart be Beautiful. So the Vart, the heart is beautiful, I care not for the face ; I k not what the form may lack Of fliOTit v and trace : If Iraiu Lut throb with glowin" thoughts, me soul wiiu sympathy, Tv'hat matter though the check be pale, Or the eye lack brilliancy ? Thou-h the brow, the brow be beautiful, it soon may lose lta bloom, And the lustre of the eye be qucuchctl In the darkness of the tmnli; Iut the filory of the niiml will live, Though the jilow of youth depart, For O, the charm cau never die Of a true and noble heart ! The li thrt utter kindly thoughts, Have a beauty a)k their ownj For Siontle words are tweeter far Than music's miiest tone; And ilioii.'h the voice be roujrh and shrill That bids tli oppressed po free, That soothes the woes of sorrowing souls, That voice is sweet to me ! Andrew Iljkman'ts I'raycr. If T may not. sin-defiled, Claim my hirt!i-rii;ht as a child, .uS'er it "that I to Thee As an hired servant be ; .;: the lowest task be mine. Gratef...

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. — 31 May 1864

4 DI1SIIII f i "THE UNION," olaMisheJ in l.l-lWbole No.,' 2,6711 BY 0. '. WOKDKN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. t LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA, TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1864. - "niRONK'LE," established in 1813 TVhfle No., 1,050. At .1.9 Pr Tear, always In Advance. in MS Tuway M'trnin & Friday Afternoon. Li See Al.ill. lit .i-Ik. - ! "SO Say YOU All." ! The Uniou St.ta OanvDtion. of Iilin- cis, Ohio, and New Yoik, have followed . tbe example of Pennsylvania in recom- ;- ,- r. .... t;,,n f lv. .id..,.- LINCOLN, by tbe Baltimore Convention. The War Democrat of New York! e. . i . i State bavo bad a Convention and united . , . . , in tbe recommendation. . ii i t- i : 1 be world knows Abraham Lincoln is in earneat in puttiag down the rebellion nd preserving freedom to man. Whether toy other man would ba as ffi:ieot aud true, i an experiment the loveia of Lib- . erty and Union do not Jet-ire to make. , Still, if the Convention tbiuk Jiutler, ' Chase, Fremont, or any other man, won Id be better for the CAUsr...

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. — 31 May 1864

TO ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Gon nrver leavr-tri Utterly Th vr.irl.I that lie hath rgMiiJoJ ; All hTTan stress is by the sea Of His dear pity hounded. Upon no Israel, to its ill, The :rip of Pharaoh ''loses, Beyond the lihi-ratinp ckill Of. some anointed Moses. Beside tis all in utmost straits Walk the dclivcrm;; angels. Awl ou tii wins of our black hates Ride Hi supreme evnnirels ; Iu riitous ulut of wivniri abhorred A people's shame itim-asrs, When, !t! S'lfiie prophet draws hisword And cleaves the lie in pieces. 0, leader of our racred cause, Twiu sharer of our radnea, Defeudt r of the trampled law. From perjured felons' madness In all our press of umrtal strife, Our weariness and wecjiiiii.. Our hearts thank God our country's life Is in thine honest keeping!- 80 blithe amid the care of sfsir, So oalui 'mid howling faction, Clear-snuled to hasten or to wait, At tits the largest action, VTith joyance like a little child's Alon thy grave moods straying, And bre't?a as from htathcr wild Is e...

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. — 3 June 1864

M Ml MI Hi iime nui 1 X" "THE UNION," established is lbh BY 0. X. WORDEN AND J. R. COIiNELIUS. At l.o per Year, always In Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 18C4. -CHRONICLE," established la 18 IS rlliLIMIKU tiKUI-Ut'Eklt'-- Tutihy Murniii!; & Friday Afternoon. fu:s i'itHii;Kr, AB It A II A 31 LlNCOLX ELFCTUKAL TIf K FT MottTut M MxHtu 1 R..Wrt P Kui; 2 .org oaUss S ..fury Hum in 4 W i.iiftin II hrrtt ft ButiD-lrokl Cbrir M ttuoip ? K'-btrt Vnk William TV I or J.-tiu ItVt-mtiJ 10 Uvcb.ri 11 C rII 11 liWarJ Ho.lula 12 Chartc. F IW1 Tn OrNt.iru.t 13 Ki w W II. i U l'hr:e It linrr l John Wifitcr Iti fa4c lUnfr o .'J John i'atron Samuni II li-k 1M rfrril BHnr a? H'-rwtr M'Jutifcln J 4 J. hi. V Hlaiicharii AMENDMENTS TO TtlK CONST!! L'TIOS. Fur the Ftrxt Amfndntritt. h'r tkf- Srrimd Amrwliitrnt. For the Third Amrudtuiut. Election on Tuevlay. A" 2. IHfll Primary Elections. The Republican ami all other le:il voters in t'nion couniy wh'.i u'a:n ilie Xa'i Oil Administrat...

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. — 3 June 1864

IT! SMI IK CI "THE UNION," established is leUWku!e IS', 2.67U BY 0. X. U'ORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At . l.o per Year, altvaj-a In Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 18C4. CHRONICLE." estaMisued ia 1813Wlnjle No., 1,050. in i GO Iff!! Ml ION. MuUM.Kl) aMl-wEEkii- ' " rlH.v Ui.rnin & Friday Afternoon. i . . t Ef.FCTllK.VL TICKVT MOKTUI M'MoilttL 1 R-.Urt ! Km.- 2 ti.org. M oatae S Henry Himifii 4 Ulluaiti U Kern . Brl..a .tense e Cbariee M Kuotp 1 Hbi-rt Patke a wuh.Mi r.iic.r 9 Join. 4 llfl-uod 10 llM-h.rl li C irttll Jl Kdoerd II.. hj.r 12 Charle. F K-..1 ii.-m. crvsiviniit Kl U II ,le t'h.r:e II shiiner Joloi Wi.ter .il vr.'m.euttbj !t 1C ile-ne- Q ! 1.' John Tti.n 1 Iai .OtUil It I Mr It I "l r TiTunt liit-rLT ( li J'fin I IVitnfjr 23 Kfn-zxr M'Jutiktn I -4 Jcbii W rJUi.cli.ud AM tM) MUMS TO IHt CONSTITUTION. fr'nr the Ftrxt Amendment, h'nr the Smmd Amend 'ment. Fur the Third Amendnttnt. Election tn Turs iav, Ax 2. 1HR1 Primary Elections. The Republican ami a...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 3 June 1864

aJ if AVHAT THEN P After the Joy of Milk, sVrier Its Mac of ink, Alter Ita hours of algal. .- liter IU IreaaH-se orlfht-vTlUT IBt.N I IIbIj aa tmplj name, nlj weary mat, Oilj Cwasrloa smart, Vaii as aching heart. After this rxtaiy name, After this weary frame. After this roasriou snarl, Anrr Ikb aching hrart-M Bkl TOES 1 nty a lasl farewell To a world lore to well ! Only a (Ural krd Milk tkc lrstirn dead!. After this Inns farewell Tu a aorta1 text tuo well Ancr this silent htd Hits Ike fbrsotlra acaa-v.II.iT THFNJ Just Appreciation. A eotninittee of the Methodist General Conference, sitting in Philadelphia, called upon Prcsideut Lincoln, and delivered an address to bim approving bis devotion to the perpetuity of tbe government. Mr. Lincoln rer. lied ts follows : "Gentlemen: In response to your address, allow me to attest tbe accuracy of ita historical ntalcmant, endorse tbe sentiments it exposes, and thank you, in tbe nation's name, for tbe sure promise it gives. Nobly sustained, as...

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. — 7 June 1864

nun m iiiiMie iilUJlii liMIiliMlbJJjJfio "THE UNION," KUUlsM it. lbll-Wholc No.. 2,672. "CHRONICLE," estdblishe'l in IS 13 Whole No.. 1,051. BY 0. N. WOK DEN AND J. It. C0KNKL1US. 4f l.50 rr Yrar. aUvnyfi In Alvanrc. LEWISHURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1864. M i rti.twii'ii Ki-reKi.v Tui'v.iy Murniiii & Friday Afiermmn. "Radical Democrats." Another Ci'jjXrhinf rVoui. tu "Diviilr Ui.. ('HtljllC''' When the Rebels began this War, they did it with the hopn and exportation of fi'.-rvs thrnujh a iliri!. I Xnlh '. They are bitterly disapp wited defeated. Vet they have so, fir tlici,t-l the Xnh as to kuop up the War until n. Their last Imps, it present, is to iitvur Tin; Union 1'akty, so as to elect a Copperhead f ir 1'rcside.iit f ir with such a man they fool sure they ciuIJ triumph at la-t arrilUkf OUl III.S C"UCt:.l: ,J,li men, 8KI.P AP-MINT-.1, nut prei.ini.iiig mi rpreseut 1 1 States aud tba Pts'riet, met at C:leland one dy list week, and nude new party styled i-t.iViiZ in...

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. — 7 June 1864

AS ACROSTIC. Oreat Mar was cheated, ltellooa defeatoil, "Mac" tlie "ltille" retreated, Covered with duet; Left with impunity. Earned no immunity, lt opportunity, Lirod on rouimunity, Anatomized unity 'iw let liiui rust ! Progress of oar Race. Another Step ix Advanck The Emperor, AlesanJer II., L'nr of Ku.sis, having completed the liberatioo of thirty million scrls in Knsia, bas recently per formed auother act that will add ioeteas iug lustre to tba glory of bis reign. He baa issued a decree, that on April 15, every serf in I'oliud should be set free from boud,ge, allowing bioi to own the cottage and plot of ground be hai been occupy iug. to hive bis time and labor for bit own, and to be liberated from all claims to eervice and obligations to labor which bi mutter way have posteesed over him. The peasants are also at onee to become golf governing citizens, beiog al lowed to elect their own local authorities. The l'olieh aristocracy, while agitating Kurnpe for the purpose of securing ...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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