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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 August 1864

in mm stm i in BY O. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At ti.fo per Tear, always In Advance. FlBMSHliD HKMI.HKKklV TiesJay Mornins & Friday Afternoon. "No More Clubs! We now have to pay JIG per bun dle for the paper which formerly cost us but $7. We pay $8 for 430 sheets of paper nearly cents per full sheet. That is, the 52 papers wa sent cost us, tefore sending out, within a fraction of 90 cents. This gives ten cents to pay for wear of type, interest on ma terials, ink, type setting, rent, folding end directing or delivering papers at $1 Club rates. So there it a manifest lua on terry subscription at thete rates. We have endured this long enough, and conclude to abandon it. .Look at it. There is not a far mer who sells his chickens, butter, eggs, fruit, meat, or grain at half the rates he formerly did notamerchaut who has not added 100 to 200 per cent, to all his clothing and other merchandize. And most kinds of i mechanics' work has also increased. Now, when we can get butter at ...

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 August 1864

i ' j ! 1 Rebel Letter. A Pennsylvania soldier eaodi tba fol lowing Setter, picked up, id the iouth Witt, to t gentleman iu Lewisburg. (Three Yankees for a pair of aocki, ahowi a low estimate of banian life on the part of the "ehivalrf.",) Tcnnkll Dill Georgia February tbe 15 1361 J Mr 0 h V Williauia Pear Sir Moste liUi'j esstceam frendc I Seate Mi Self to endever to Kite you a fue liocato Let jou know tbat I am yet in the hod of liven aud I) oca as well as a Pursoo eood El (.pes as fur bclth I am eogoyen good Lelth I hope when tbcas line Reaches you tliey will find you all eogoyen the eiine Iiko blt-S5Q I bante got much nus ta Kite to you times is very Flurieheu bor the biges lVaKcn of our ar moy has lUulUied for the wur the Mjste of ouer brigade 18 a'o Kite I cud vouch fur the hi-es Toyben of them Well 1'ery I bante got Much Nus to Uita tber isea eny dus a Sturcn bur of a cuote the yanks is io 8 tTiilcs: of this Fla-e but they l'ur to be Still I thiuk a a boate Spring we will l a...

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 August 1864

AN III) HI n. L 1 MM BY 0. W0I1DKN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At I.-"M prr Year, Blnays la Advance. riBii-HKu M-.si.Hir.iav I Tiifsdav Morninj & Frilay Afternoon. ' - - -. - - ! ioir About forty recruit left tliis puce j for Harrisburg yes'.crday mornitg. j aaT"The mail from Lewitburg tD MifHio-, burg, etc, now leaves this piace inioacdi-j ately after the arrival of tbe express train ' from Harrisburg (about 7 o'clock A. M.), ! ad connects at Milliitilurg with a daily ' lioa west. Ud Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, a coach runs from the latter place, when travelers can be carried thro' without stopping, alternate days. A buggey ran on tbe Eaao&s In middle of middle eolnmn Of oar last paper, 1st page, "Sunbury" ehould read somroW, and "Washington" should read Lycummj county. ..These and ! other slips of pen or type are annoying, I tat sometimes unavoidable woen me . ... . writer ot ao article Happens not to real j lbs proof. (We do not notice all mit haps . of tbe kind, but give...

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 August 1864

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE, The Seven-Thirties What are they? We trust that large portion of our readers have pondered the Appeal of Mr. Feuenden, oar new Secretary of the Troi eory. Tbe purport of it is that the peo ple of tbe United States, acting aa a bod; tbroogh their agent tbe Government, with individuals to lend them two bundrcd mil Cons of dollars for tbree years, at seven n4 three-tenths per cent annual interest, payable every six months. For this tbey offer Treasury Nates that is, in reality, Botes drawn and endorsed by every man in the country. Tbe loan is wanted for a great national purpose, to effect wbicb every man, unless he be a traitor at heart if not in aet, is solemnly pledged. Tbe Appeal is addressed not merely to B few great capitalists but also to the many whose sggregate means constitute the mast of tbe wealth of tbe land. Tbe notes poo which tbis loan is asked are from $50 upward. Every man who has fifty dol lars oan tale part in tbis loan. A...

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 August 1864

Ill N If I STA1 iiwiwie D IlflOl BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. At fl-. per Year, ulnar riBLiMim Mim.kKkLi j JVsdav Morninz & Friday Aflernnon. District and County Noniinitions. Ajseaahlj StwrFL H.oltHir.. nflfclr.a ronaty MUlK JLUMtV. ir .).nrniitur U K Hi IL nill, ri)nalnc. SUiiir-TnnMAs rni usi.or iianiri ioahiB leKloDrr-!inilL kit. kM.IS.of Nr Btrlla Aa1l.r-JaltLS Alkl ,of U-l ni.lt.ln. Cwroacr-BLJlill IIAf. of XCUbr. Election on Tuesday. Ort. 1 1, le64 fur rr.uiiiKUT, f f 4 f yQQL nB TIME PKWintM, Andrew Johnson. ELECTORAL TICKET- 1 lUshtjrt KiC f Gnr M U t HDrj Hkiraat 4 ithtwn H Kern 4 Ctarl V Kamp T RuWrt rrk WiUism Tikvlir 9 John H-i9Ua4 1 Krbrl U t-rTl! 1J ChBTlar r Kd hr II hriar Joho iat W Wood rmof-l It iHrk r wteTur-i B -ff J hn I I'wwt K.irDr M Jankfa Elemon on Tofday. N.t. 8. !8fi4 State Representative Ticket Tbeootuiottiuo of (Jtavis H. Man lit, t Of Jersey Shore, fJr the Hou.e of Kepre - cntatives in the General Assembly of our State, completes tbat ticket for onr dist...

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 August 1864

Tia Lesjoa of Chinrtnslwrg. j rros tli Niw Vo k fcT.nlug fott. j iSntna of out cohtnporaries drride l'eno Byitamaes apoa tLe burning of Cuatnberg Inrp, with tsseiliona tLal it is their fault f"t cot having a gnOicicct rcilitia fjrea ur gsnitci tn resist the enemy. We da nut quite concur in their view. We belief e, of eonrt-c, tilt I'cnDflsania, is well as New York an! other States, ought to have bal in readiness military f.irce ; we think the ceglcot of Ilia militia drill io (ho free tltates great mistake. 15ut Caambers borg might hate been bnrneJ by the Reb els even if the militia of I'tDDfjIvauia bad boen perfectly drilled. Wo see another, and even a more im portant lesson in this gad affair, by which tnun of five thousand inhabitants issuJ dc-cly blotted from the map, and its people f red to fly for their lives, leaving to des truction all their property. What has btppeocd to Cbarabersburg, will some day tspi'cn to Pittsburg. The fa'e of this town of fho thousand people, will be ...

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. — 30 August 1864

Ml II WIS ill f1 yjiiiiiijii. I, UJ1 . i THE UNION'," ttaMItei ia liH Wk-jle 2,66-L BY 0. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At $lJo per Year, always In Advance. LEWISBURG, ONION CO., PA., TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1SCJL . t - 'CIIHOXiaE,' establish! in 1 8 .3-Wh:e No, 1,063 HBUsHU) SKHl-w HKkLV Tuesday Morning & Friday Afternoon. WHAT WE HAY EXPECT. While we wri'e. a called IVtucratp, of that section rl the Luioo Incb is not in Opt-n rebellion, are iu tbe mcit intense Ti-itrmpnt t fhira..n. The Teace and ..... ... tbe War ekmttls ttat party are in if ni nlii.i.. Kach h. " " v - : Cotnmtttee. (-pen or tenet) and ro.dj Clobf. to iifloence the dekcatet in faor Cf this or that candidate far President Th. .r. M,i- ,ee that it in be latal pone, to lane up anowu, . ,.- open eUDmif'iomsi, nae au.uuigu.u. ... . - . .... . l Wblle tbe more ber, ana uura oooesi, u cot politic) g.i lor enaiDg ttie contest oy disunion at the ritk of degredation tnd eternal warfare. And another class only nziont to keep ...

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. — 30 August 1864

JU S Poor Richard's Reasons for buying United States Securities. Tbe other day wo leard a rich neighbor WJ be had iilher hate -railroad stocks ibis the U. S. stock', for the paid higher in terns. Jnsl then Foot Richard came up, od tald that he jnst hoaght some of Uo cle 8tm's three jean notes, paying ee-en ad three-teotht per cent, interest. My rich friend exclaimed, " You ! I thought yea had no money to boy with." "Yes," aid Richard, tl had lit tie laid up, for yon know it is well to hire something laid op against a wet day, and I have kept a little of my earnings by me." Row Poor Richard is known to all the onutry rmnd to be a very pradrnt and industrious, end witbal, wise man ; far Richard never learned anythiog he didn't know how to make nse of, and his wisdom nd pradecee had become a proverb. So, when he took oat his savings and bought the notes, more than one was Ftirrrised, nd it was no wonder rich Mr. Smith a.-ked why. So Poor Richard, in a very qiict humble way for he never...

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 September 1864

flfffll li 1W ill Mli IjiUJlii hum )d k flili fill hi THE UNKO-V fiah!ihfa in 1.1 1 WLok Au.i,sl BV 0. WORDEN AND J. II. CORNELIUS. 41 $l.."iO per Year, alwaji In .4d-.Rr.re. LEWISBUKG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1SG-L "fHEOXirLE " KiVMif! in IS 13 While No., l.OGS Pll:llHH M.VI.HHMl Tuehx Inmi!!2 S. Friday Afternoon. Mstrict anl r.mty No-miai'iions. Assemblj -stnirn. II. i'K I'., or I rn rngniy MHIIi AiLr H. ol 'lad r rniintv .M.lls II. MtMll. r i.rumll.c. PhrrlflT TWtM is I 111 I'l H..if lli-il'-, li.in-h p HomSiiRrr-l!MMI I. Kit K: K of Nra Berlin A4llor-JVI 4iKI Vt l-t liufl.ili.r lsirwn-r-ll S.JIH,S r It s .f Mlttlnhunr. Election i n Tn--s--. . o :. 11, lafil kos ri:ti!r vr. Abraham Lincoln FOR IKK PlI' MM ST, Andrew Jolinon. ELFCTtiRAL TK'Krr I R.h.rt P Kfnj a tlar. Kim 4 Wuiifcin II Kvra Cbkrir, M Kamp T R .l-rl fr- Willi, a Tk!-t t Jfhr, ll-l-l.ni 1 Ri'hrJ II II Iuiar4 HoIlrlAr 11 Cbrir t Ur.J ' I 13 K ' II,.-rh,-v ll htin-r j. i.i, w-.t.r i'm : I M nihy !.,. 1 I W...

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 September 1864

9f ' 1 The Seyuh Hai'i P.ujcr. St. John Ilonpjwt'll, Esq., (at oiia time Clerk of Washington Co., Pa.,) died in Sept. 1798, iu hi 34th year. A volume bf his poems was published in 18ul,and from it w take (with slight alteratiuns) the following picture of the penurious, avarivioun, soulless "peace" man of the War o! '76. Can the reader find anybody like him 7 Again the clouds of warfare lower, With terror and dismay ; Protect me, All-disposing Power, In this disastrous day ! As in the camp the soldiers leara To riot, curse and swear, 'Twould give my pious heart concern To have my boys go there. Then, while my neighbors and their sons Are called to war and arms, Grant that my boys, secure from guns, May cultivate their farms ! And while with taxes and expense My kindred are distressed, 0 grant that all my hard earned pence May slumber iu the chest ! And should th' enemy gain the day, And all their foes condemn, Then may 1 wash uiy hands aud say "I ne'er opposed them !" And should they...

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. — 6 September 1864

Bill f 1Y IjilliillliJljI. BY 0. ". W0I1DEN AND J. At I.SO per l'onr, always facsJay Morniai & Friday Aficnioon. j "Sectional'' CaxitliJates. Fremont acd Dayton, Lincoln and Hamlin, were denounced s ''sectional nominations," and Millard Filimore and others declared them to be just ciuse fur offence by the South. Tru-, tbey were theextreavs betweeu the Kast iud the West but then, Driibtr of theai lived ia Slate S'-Ur, and th-rtin lay the offence. Well.. .now we have Liuc !n aoJ Jobn Bon, ooe from i Free and tbe other from a j Slave Slate S3 there is do "sectionalism" . in tbe I'mii.v nomiuere. ; The SoitEUEADS bave Fremont and Cochrane, both of tte city of New York altogether "sectional," surdy. The Cori'EKlitAI's have M'Clellan and reodleton, tbe latter of Ohio, and the Lr tner also cf Ouio when tbe war broke out, although Dow he hails from Pennsylvania, Kew Jersey, New York and (m the Indian Wat born) "ail along shore." The only restriction of the Constitution Is that the 1'res...

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. — 6 September 1864

JUL UNION COUNTY STAR ; ' & LEWlSBlJlfo CIIKONTCLK i i i f How tbe patriot Soldier Talk. T ttUVaTB MILtS 0'ASlU.f. We km feud the Cll yell, Wa bar retard the Ualoa shoat. We bnvn welgVd the matter lone aa4 We He id avaa Is WHIT If UCT ; la aietory'a haf! clow, la Um aloosa of attar root. rVa has iledel ourselves eCnaw Veal or woa, v llaareal veil fight it sat.'' Tis now too late to anestloa What brouelit tha war abnnt: Tin a tbinf of pride ami pas-ton, And we aaeaa to Awut it out. ll the -big wins-1 a-r the pea, lt lli-m caucus, let thru spout. We are half a ro.1 l..n weapoaed Dfeoy Aad Dean to tight it out. Oar dead, oar loved, are erylrnr Prom aiany a stormed redntil.t, la the swamps and trenches lying Hh,eoffnraile, fltrjit It not I 11 oar comfort, a we fell. To hear joar natbertn shoot, stolllns; baek tbe KebrW weaker yell" God epeed too, fagUs it out I" The aerro free or slave We ear rr pro about. Bat for tbe r'lac oor rather gave We meaa to fntlit it out ; And vliile tbat ...

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 September 1864

Ililil STAB Mi !;Illfliit;Mo BY 0. N- WOUDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At $1.50 per Yrar, HltiajM In Advance. Itcpulillran or I'nloii I'lnlform adopU-tl at Italliiuoio. Refolee-I, 1. That it is Ibe highest duty of evcrv American ct'iz-u lo maintain, I Sgairist all their enemies, tbe integrity of ! the Uuion, and the pcruiaocnt authority'of i . . . i 1 . f . I I ' l . 1 tne constitution ani ias n iuo i mroi R..tM .mi ih.t. lavinir aside all dilferen i es : and that, laying aside all dilferen t tod political opiuions, w pledge our-I s as Union men, animated by a com- j ' sentiment, and aiming at a c -mmon j ces and selves moo object, to do every thing ; iu our power to qa dlio, by force now raaiuit ag.inst id the Government lu qti 01 arms, tue iieoemon now h('"s ( Its authority, aud in bringing to the pun- : ishnient due to their crimes, the Kebclo and traitors arrayed against it 2, That we approve the determination j of tbe Government of the United States ; Dot to compromise with Rebels, ...

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 September 1864

Hirrislmig Correspondence. . . . While the Cops were fin!' cannons m Iotiot of the nomination of a "jientlo Ya eandidutc on a Core. Peace jdailonn,' a farmer wlio initnirc"! the csukc of it ia 1 ' he thought tlioy had better fr.end what they had in shouting tho lu-hcls.".....T ho : nitu in tho camps pulilieiicJ a disclaimer: t their guns were net fired! One Foluii-r ' drily remarked, -Thni. trhat's the matter ; ... ., , it : with everything tumui -u uienuu ruioj watting pomUr ."' Thcso hints ii.u.-tnito. the popular fooling, Every day, I meet volunteers from 0!.l Union. Tho promptness with which our little county has always responded to tho calls of the resident, is a p-ou 1 pane in her history. And in FictiT .Snyder, the Republican districts have about filled the quotas, and Center and Middlel-urg a frw over, while Copporhsad districts seem to be doing nothing, but rely on their nv re ivitriotio neiirhbors to raiso the men and money to help tho stingy iugrates out. A company of abo...

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 September 1864

7 IT A P. (HI, lIY AMI LSWISBMfi 'THE UNION," estaMi-NheJ in LSI! lVbule 'u 2,Gi6. "CIIRONirLE," esta' Ii-.heJ ia IS 13 Wiult Xo., 1,065' BY 0. T. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At 1.50 per Tear, always In Adint. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1S61 maiMint umi-vitKKLi Tuesday Mornini & Fri'luy Afternnnn. " W'Clellan tries to play Blondin. The voters who are to cuoosc the next President and Vice President, .re ii.rlxi- my a.yia. a in senium nr. i ne gre.i ma- 2 :. l. i : U .v...f u..,i..kJ ..,.. jwiij urue tu iuc .cus k a. Atw.-aia.a-.mA anil rill n tchoit 1 .a f rt fii.f lira ut.,.,,,,, .r... .v vm.v Union and Liberty on a firm foundation. The minority believe in practically yield- t- . i t, i . . .,:,:.. iog to the Kb!, by aa "arutiee Which will prevent us from real nog any . , r . .k n dvantigc from all ourtfftin the field- cive time for the Rebels to recuperate . i . .:., powers. Tbe friends of Lincoln, at Haltiroore, believed tbe first named c uroO, on the whole,...

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 September 1864

i:; LOAN V r-" , . i.u J- . . , ,. .r , r n-' ''- k""' - -IT a- . ..J..- -ta??UJ) t,. --.f !.a--r 4....... ffl ..j.'.nay IJaaa. rnWJ3mjr j v i V T '"'T p-naHsjj ....... -.4., nt ;i ". "I an n-r.u -w a .4"ii ..in 'u..a. .ml H -a aj 4 n ..niil. .11 ;tri jr'TM! all HIM, , a...... ...i p.... ii i a unri nimj .-. -'HI. ' ..Mtl JaUlJ O aU. M a sr-rn.i-irp arj-j " n?nriia coivrn iot tt .rn-i'-.iirl -.r;rio:-Ls-:o') 3 f.i'ia.1 aniio p-m "ncitlr". .cv-, i Mt :r.3r:x -XatOO 1.3,, 4-4 wfinn.ni i"'iO a.pTc- ft-- r'fME TREE .r 66 ft EM A L- It i hi '! f-vsr '!'.. '.HI 12 ...u i J;..I.rri. .' is f.4 -I i. - r ' ,-. fo1. a 1 '! i: . 4 I . I-. jS ... .4. i. r. i r'lt It . 11 fffiffnff htv! ffrf!!? H..00E.IY PROVISION ptORfj 4,4. 4. j......... l..a -. .ar'- P"r ,.-..'' - "" . ... f- r fr. f" . 1 ,... .' a .- SJ.v.o ' h t .1 ? C 2 4 'Ft't?i? 4-apo r t - -a - 1? t Itnlrrrrlfjj ct frtrltirfl. ''. f trial . a'l e-.e I r..4.i- I n'.r,. ii l Ka-n:. f iiint. - ? 1 1rrt',. : ii-. I vi r7 faT .f '.! e? i. ri...

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. — 13 September 1864

JU 0 lpl,roviJouc5 city, Uhoda Island, has taluitioo of $79,000,000 aa ikcrkase cf $13 000 000 since the last Assessment. It it to all over the North a gain of wealth evn in time of War. WBul in Rebeldom there is a constant diminution sot oolj of Domtnal bat also of aetna fetation, brought on their own headi. Ilnforrsiti) at frtmstutrg. THE Fall Term in all (be Depart ments Theological, Col Irs late. Acad emic, and Female Institute will commence Thursday, Sept.2i, 1864. Every facility will be offered to each stud ent in either Department to acquire a thoro' education. Students from a distance attending the Academy or Female Institute, will board with their Teachers in the (Schools. Those atten ding College, can secure good board me p!a res in the Village. For particulars, address Rev. J. R. I.iiojih, L.L.D. President, or Iter. J.A.KsLiv.Gen.Agt, Lewisburg Union Co.; Pa Court Week NOTICE T3 COLLECTORS of State and County Tax. The payment of Bounties to the 110 days' men who volunteer...

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 September 1864

mil MM STAR tMMllhiiil. 3 1 r UW IP mm "THE UXI'J.V," establbhel in Ibl 1 Whole .Nu.. -2,5.-6. BY tt N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At MJP per Year, attvajN In Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY,- SEPT. 1G, 180 1 "nirwONICLE," etfaoifched ia IS t:?- V. h ! No., 1,005 I'lilLIMIIU SKMI-Klkl4 Tuesday Morning & Friday Afternoon. District and Coanty Nominations. fonerrse-A.KIIRl.E F. MM 1'R. r I ' roiut. firnalor-4'n lltLKS II. Klllilsir.. of Inlnn county. Assembly-SAM I Ft, ll.tlltMlll. iil'iiii.n manly MV.I KL ALli.MW.ot said. T i.oai.1) r. mim.ii, ur LjcHuin.'. Sherlff-TIlO IS III lit II. -if llarltrj loan-hip loMiBl.sionrr-MK IIAKL kll.i fcM II. of Now Berlin AadiW-jA'iiKs AikK.or ruiraine toronrr-KI VJWI MAI, of UMi'.nbnrir. Election I'll Tnesdav. Oct. 1 1, lff4 FOlt PIIISltlrNT, Abraham Lincoln ion i h K i-kkmiikm. Audi civ .loli 12 so 11. KI.FrrOII.AL TITKF.T. Mirtot M'MieaiFj, I K..h.rt P Kiia . Ororce M r,,alai S 11,-nrv l:.,m,a 4 William II k-ra . barter, Jetike . C...

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 September 1864

! ' i ir I r r 4 UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE. Barrlsburg Correspondence. Satubdat, Scjit 3. Last evening and this morning, I was among the huudreds of lookers-on at the )Ic where, sctni-wcckly, thousand get their food the market house and streets adjoining. Evenings before market mor nings, is a favorite time to sell vegetables , nd the gas or other lights used, during warm weather, make it a place of resort where one never tires. This morning, a man not coutcnt with big priees came with "pound balls" of butter which were . under weight, and his whole stock was juatly tho" "arbitrarily" confiscated. Lut all dealers are not "rogues in grain" nor hard-hearted in butter. A goml-enulcd volunteer' wife, scant in change yet desi ring butter-spread for the bread of three little ones, said to a farmer, "Sir, can not you afford to throw off somethincr for a family whose husband and father is fight ing your battles at sixteen doll's a month ? The man proved '-loyal," for he sa...

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. — 20 September 1864

si wlf! Ml IlWKlljil WIiIJIMjJjI. "THE ILNIU.W" established" la 1514 .Ykole Xt. 2,657. BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At Si.ftO per Tear, always la Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, SEPT. 20, 18G4. CHRONICLE," estaWIsbeI in lSi3--Whu!e No; 1.0G8 rtKLIMim htHI-WKKKLV Tuesday Morning & Friday Afternonn. AT INDEPENDENT HALL! Mij- CHARLES II. PhrIXKR speaks oa MONDAY Evening, Clinton Lloyd, K . on TUESDAY Evening. Everybody U invited to attend. Maj. Sbrincr having been engaged to eanviSB Lycoming county, bis appointment for Thursday in Lewisburg is withdrawn. NOTICE. At the written request of ' Messrs. Goodman, Aiken, Uoward.Hcavcr, Marsh, Strawbridge, Forrest, A.Hayes, M. Drieibaeh, Orwig, Davis, J. Hayes, od then, Kev. A.I'obteb will bei e at, .0 the Chrisftan Chapel, Sat. Eve, tvpt. '24, the ermon preached by bin. the llih iust , at 71 o'clk. A general invitation is extended fir-Only three weeks to the Election. It is a great distance, auu nam worn m reach some o...

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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