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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 September 1864

UNION COUNTY M t LEWISBURG CHRONICLE. Unfortunate Points. General M'Clellaa has been suspected of entertaining strong pro-slaveri tod Southern feeliogs, aod ooe cf eol ia bis Mt certsJol gives tftlor to tbe saipicioo. He, fur long lime, preferred to tike up feu residence in tbe South, aod while lit log In Vm OrleiDi was an intimate com panioB of Beasregard. Ilia Southern wowlivUie were at that lime not conceal- 4. Indeed, ao well known were tbe; that Gen. Quitman selected him a ooe of tbe fvn .Seers required to assist bim in eom Mding tbe GUibusteriog eipediiion gainst Cuba, undertaken during the Ad ministration of Pre, l'ieree, but nipped n Ibe bod by Goternor Mercy, Secretary of 8late, who prerented tbe eipedition from leeelng Mobile. We may add to tbe foret-oin. tbe fact (hat, when Oen. M ClelTan was made Commander-in-Chief of Ibe Union armies, the Richmond papers harped that be bad offered bis sertices to the S jo t hern Confederacy when tbe war began, and the General hat never ...

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. — 20 September 1864

UNION COUNTY STAR& LEWISBURG CHRONICLE. BnfortunaU Points. General M'Clellan has been inspected of eotertaioiog strong pro-slavere and Srathero feelings, sod one CTeot ia bis hh fterUlol gives ejblor to the suspicion. Be, fur long time, preferred to tike op all residence to the south, end while liv log la New Orleaoi wis so intimate com wtiloa of Beauregard. II i Southern MveJifUie vera at that time not eorjoeel- 4. Indeed, ao well known were they that Gift. Qaitman selected him at one of the If ffieeri required to assist him in com- analog tne ntliDastenog expedition galast Cuba, ondcrUken daring the Ad aataiatratioo of Pre. Pierce, bat Dipped la Iba bod by Governor Marcj, Secretary Of State, who pretented the eipedition from lea? log Mobile. We may add to the forea-oioa the fact that, when Geo. N ClelTaa wat made Commandor-in-Cbicf of Iba Uaioo armies, the Kicomood papers charged thai be bad offered his services to the Siothern Confederacy when tbe war pagan, and the General h...

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 September 1864

-w w. I w turn " i."M!a niMiKiirwiu M.ii-iiii.n ilium i w THE UNION," etab!ieJ ia 1S14 Wkale No-2,667. - BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 23, 18G1 niROXIi'LE, e-laMisked la 1313 Whole No, 1,066 At 1.0 per Tear, alwajt la Art. mire. Miff AND tillifliii'Mo run. PiiiMunvr. Abraham Lincoln tB VHH PltlMUtf. AmlrcH J oli u so it. Election on Tup-, Jar. N-v. !, I c-64 District anl County Nominations. toaceevi I8R).E t. VlilrR,ef Inloi r.iunir. sitalar-H.ir.l.KS H. MUllSUl, r luios ctmali. bljr S4Xii:L H.U1I.. of (oinil roaalv MMtkl UUUtVoi nd.r rounl) . B. AHM-li. f LjroBiinc. ikefltT THOU IS I HTCI H.of tunlry luaa-ktp Urn at tasloarr- M M U t tt a U; k 1 B, of k,-a Uratia . r Aaallwr JAUr.S AlklVnf r-aM RaCali CaMer-CIAJtUlN Hl..r wtaiabar. rC'"""".C"' '"ji!:186 ataf-Rev. J Walker Jtcksjo, a?" llarria- burg, lec'urea on tbe L'uioo tb4s (Friday) evening, in Milton. VOTICK At the written rroueat of Mwii. Goodman, A'k-o.Ho.ard.tfeav.r, W.wh, Stra....

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 September 1864

t . if . 1; ' h ' f H I v , ;t 1 '. i f . . j li lt, .4 i ... ill! i' ! j;'. . s . I Ilr. Traiii on Little mac. avOCKAWAY-OX-THE SKA, Sep. 1104. To My. Gen. G.B.M CltUan, Orange, NJ. DikK Sib : It is a mean thing to lis ten at the keyhole. It is meaner to open a private letter. It is the meanest of all to accept hospitality and abuse tbe host. But laeee mean things are Christian fir toes compared to tbe act of accepting ihe momtnatum oj a parly in order to tie, U. A platform is the party's soul. modulate is the party's body. Separate the body from tbe soul, and death ensues. ll is aa difficult to si. between two stools as to aleep with one eye open. Yon ot worship God and Mammon. Honesty is not ooly tbe best policy, bat tho only one for an honest man. To cheat in pol ities is as wicked as to cheat in moocy. Yoo know the peace men, controlled the Ooovsnlion. They gave yon a platform mat was Deitner nsb, H bb. fowl, cor mackerel. Yet you insist opun tbe mack erel. Ilcoce, the Daily Ne...

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 September 1864

. Jl.UI II il.LUJU I JL..1U ., k if i b til BY 0. N. WOKDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At l-5 per Year, aivraya la Advance. "THE UNION," eslahlbheJ in IS 14 Whole No.. .2,68. . j ' "CHRONICLE," frfaMfcfcel in 1SI3 TThcte No, 1.0C7. . ; LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, SEPT. 27, 18G1. :1 ii wj KEi ri w Mr fa Hrc r v. u bus v n BiilVBLlall l&U IMiMWM 1"-" - Union County Agrlc uttuf al FAIR, J lrSlllJ lit Tliurtday to Saturday, Oct.O to 8. PEEM.UMTisT--.SS4. Class 1 Trotting, Draft and Match Horses. beet Trotting rforea. In eieea do 2d f leal beat Walking nree beet ptir Urall borer, laeat aini;l. do liret pair 1arria,-., hore lieel .ingle Hrictng bora, bet pair Mateb borers 10 4 a t 4 en 1 Judges Jaoob Kremer, Wm. Ulf- 2 IJlootlcd Horses. hfH Mivm. SUlHoti, harintf hmm kmVt VltblM Um lioiitat of ttaa totcietr oaa aertk acaaoa fl 9 Imt bloJ-t Bnwt Mare with m or asara f hr rtilu li .an 4 00 'id twt aHim jlrriViUtMrtst I I (HI beat blooded Colt from 2 to z jeaf oa 2 oo ti io ltu. do 2 0...

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 September 1864

S ! nw M'Clellaa tvok Manauai. Bt Ol. tattaw, Ltom. Iowa, Xira, 1863. fiearti Jc Ktw the bold MTlellan, He, the wether with the ball on lie, the head of all the asses 11 card ye how he took Manasses T When the Anaconda plucky Flipped its tail in old Kentucky ; When up stream the gunboats paddled, And the thieving Floyd skMaddled, Then, the chief who all surpasses Bean the word "Go, le Manasses." Forty brigade wait around him, Forty blatant trampeU sound him At tM pink of all the lu roea Since the time of fiddliu Xeros : 5ow'a the time," cry out the m&tee, Show your pluck, and take Marnaaaa V Contrabands came flocking to h'm : "ho, flies the enomy pursue him I" "No," says George, "don't start ft trigger On the word of any nigger ; Let no more such rascals pass us, UI know all about Manassas." When at last a prowling Yankee US doubt long, and lean, and lanky Looking out for new devices, Spied the wooden guns as prizes, Says he, "I sweow, ere daylisht passes I'll take a peep at fam...

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 September 1864

10 1 THE UNION'." established ia 1SU Whole iNo- 2,6SS. BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. It. CORNELIUS. At AO per Tear, alwayi In Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, SEPT. 30, 183 L "CHRONICLE," estaV.L-.beJ ia 1S43 Whole No, 1.067. HI" 1TI Ml 111 Hi liliiililljiylCio 4 fob ratal :iat. Abkaham Lincoln FOB TICK PRIMIim, Andrew Johnson. Election on Tnt-ndav, Nor. I, IS61J District aa Co amy Njainilions. (Mpm-t.HMt F. Vli lKrUof tdloi euualr. Scalar tHtlllKN H. a.!lUIM:ii. af Talua nnty. Issraakij-MUIEt H.DKHIh. or laloa cwaaty MUl tl till V t.ot s.a)d.r raual) .. K Ml MM. f LjroBllci. BherllT-TBiiU Is I 111 m il. of Danlry losnhla Ctoawksfeaer-V'I.HtKl kltlMliif r Urrtla alir JiWFS AlkLA.ef KM R.n.loe Unarr-RKJ tVI tlKir lllffliabart. Election on Tuesday, Ot. 11, tsfil Tke laloa for errr karrah. ka ! fcarraa Iruaa a it. tar Trailer aaS aa alia Ike Marr UMOX 2 igs.: The Union County Cotnmittp a-k llii Minihpr for t!iP. nrtiiipr iU)rift In .lro .irr.iint.nnntitj f.r l r, ..in..;..,. . meet...

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 September 1864

Tram the MUmtii IT i Biml Take CT yanr Sward, ai'Clc.lan. Take off yonr idle award, sir I Lay by that coat of blua I Strip quickly from your abouldcrs Those starry badges two ! Ton are no mare a soldier, You've "chanjred your bate" again, On Peace's platform standing, Tfco garb of War in vain. When first we met, M'Clcllan, You led a ukho band; A grand, devoted army, Was then at your command The finest on the planot, It longed to meet the foe; It needed but a leader, To strike the crushing blow. And then, how full, M'Clellan, Yoo filled a nation's eyes ! Whene'er your name was mentioned, We felt our courage, rise. We thought you were a savior Sent to our country's aid, To bring us back the Union, The aamc our fathers made. Where are they now, M'Clellan, Those heroes whom you led t A cry of anguish answers, "Alas, they're with the dead." They aleep in peace eternal, Those true, devoted braves ; The only peace you conquered The peaco of soldiers' graves ! Alack! Alack! M'Clcllan, Our f...

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. — 4 October 1864

" ' ...-" II ill I SIM m BIIW1I DI1IID TO JUlfl. BY 0. N. WORDED AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At H&9 pr Tear, alirari la Aavaace, THE UNION," established ia 1S14 Whole Ko, 2.CS9. MCHROXICLE,w established la lS43WiuIe No., 1,063. LEWISBUR6, UNIOH CO., PA TUESDAY, OCT. 4, 18G4. res rusitMt, Abraham Lincoln FB 1KB rSKMMST. Andrew JobHitM. Election o Tuesday, Nov. 1, 1864 District tnl County Nominations. CMfTCM-trailfaK r. KILLER, wf tataa CMtv. Bewalar-tesRlRs aHRtMEB, ef lei tennis. iirr"j l.l 8. en It, sf I ahw cewaiy Statu llU . raii b. R. tlUI I, f LjtMllK. aaenr-THoms ratata.- Rariici mhUp InlMcr-liHRlKL klktER,r Sea BctUb Aawliar JIUM ilktX.sf Ka Batalae Draw RKXJtMK RMS. wtaiasarf. Election oo Tuesday, Oct. I 1, 1864 Tat ruloa fcr nrr-aafrah. Wr! . tm wltk le Trailer aa up wish lb aiarr UMOX g?MEETlXGS. Tues. Oct. 4 Laarelton : S.H.Orwis-. C.Merrill. G.B. Miller Wsna'a, Lists Shriner aod Aiken Wed. Oct. 5 Wh. Peer Furnace : Geo. F. Miller and Wordea Meeting of L'mon League, l.ewi.bo...

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. — 4 October 1864

tram tlie Brooelve Bale. Peace, . ben there Is no Peace. Vr noble soldiers iu the field", Who shed your blootl, but will nAt yield ; Who leave behind all tliat is bright That yc may battle fur the right I 4 Hi, say, n lint think ye of the men Who, hatching treason in their den, With CopH'rhuad, envenomed sting; Your victories to naught would bring ? They sec you meet your stubborn foe, They nee you thunder blow ou blow, They see the traitor reeling stand, They sec his l'atc is in your hand ; Then spring they forth their friends to aid, Throwing disguises in the nhade This shoeliug war, thoj cry, must ceaso, For naught can save our laud but peace ! Can "save" our land, ah ! what is "save V Is it to crush out all that's brave 7 Is it to cease what we've begun Just whon the victory is won 1 Is it to let loose pactions wild, Wsgo war on woinau and on child : To burn the boui.-s of orphans young, And let foul murder go unhung t Is it to Ikiw our glorious flag uhinisivc. to the Itcl.rl ri...

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 October 1864

11111 DIIIIT! ffil 111 llWlffiffift DIMtlCII. THE UNION," esUMMieJ in 1 SI !-: Whole No, 2,689. BY 0. X. V.'ORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. It $1.50 per Year, always In Advance. LEWISBDRG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, OCT. 7, 1861 "niRONICLE," ftaHMieJ in IS 13 Wlmle Nfl, 1,063. TursJay Murninj & Friday Afiernmm. run rr.KMiif xr, Abraham Lincoln l8 IKE riiKMliKNT. Andrew Jh u so n. Election cn Tuesday, Nov. P. lf-fil District an! County Nominations. Yacm-4.t flr.GE 1. MILU.R. of I ntnii roanly. Heaater-I H A liti s II. MIKIM.R, of lulu county. AmhbIiIj-MV.; ! L l(.c;:Hli..cr Inloa ruiimy Mllll.L JLlLI.i. hnjaemuuir I.. K. HlMrl. ol Lyraialas. Skeeltr-TUilVHs III IU H..f llirtlry losnsHln tiiliiT-yuHu:ikLk,iiHt.of XoiBtrlia aaaiMr-JlUKS llkKN.vfKast Fri Imwacr BtJAUI HliS.f HittnrHrr. Election co Tucs Jay. Oet. 1 1. ISi!4 Tae for nrr kMrrak. fcnys! hurrah aa with Ike Trallvr and . otih the Mar I' UNION UPlVIMVlli' Jljti 1 UUJt Mass Meeting. At LewlsDurg, Friday, Oct 7, 1864. The following ...

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 October 1864

r Epitaph an Kiag Georgm, Geo. Woodward, Cm M'Ckltan, and Geo. Pendleton. tlaarca lb. tire! waa reckoned Tile, Tllr iieort tbe Srtsntid, Ami what mortal cr heard AWf good of 3erre the Third t When from earth lb Voertta aaeendel, GuU b. prahad the Jeor. ended." LINCOLN AND JOHNSON. their Straggles 'heir frlamfhs. Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson re both natives of slate States. They were born in the class of poor whites which slavery creates and preser? ca far ili own convenience. Lincoln obtained most of bit scant schooling not only after hit lemoval ioto a free Stile, lot after he bad reached tha full etature of manhood, and was enabled to earn and plan for himself; bile Johnion nerer had in; schooling al II, and learned to read from bit wife after his removal from hit native 8fate, North Caroliot, into almost free East Tenneiaee. Neither of the men eould ever have been ehotea even to the Legislators in an essen tially slaveholding community, no matter bow thorough their subservi...

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. — 11 October 1864

fj'jUliyipjj III! Cliff 111 j BY 0. S. "VVORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. It tl.30 per Tear, always In Advance. ricLiMHD Mm-vm.ki.v- riiesilay Mornim & Friday Afternoon. FOB rBVWIAT, Abraham Lincoln FflB VllE PKrsiKKM. Andrew Johnson. Election on Tuesday. Not- 1961 District and County Nominations. Cracm-t:ORr.E . MI'-IIR. of I ! foamy. Beasiar tOAKUS H. Sllli!U.B, or lulu, county, ataacsshlv Stum H.H li.. urinloa i-rnictr Mm II tLL Mt.irM)rrroua:y If. B. MIMU, tf LjoikIds. Ckertff-THOM ts I HI IK 11. f Hartley ioa-.ktB Cwaaaahatonrr-Mlllltll. kit kSMI.af ca Berlla A.4IMr JAVLS A1KI . of Kuflai. -etjivn mis. or knmiatwre. (Election on Tuesday, 01. I Tkc r.i.a fmr rrrr harrak. kr hurra 9n wltk tkr Tratt.r a&4 P ulik tke bimt'." 'TOtC lIlC vhoIC VJ T . ? r 1 T . I - a .a. 1 j ii mil ilivlii 'i. United we Stand Divided we Fall. Ecmrmhtr that the Sule Sunor to le tinted to-day hat to rote fjr I SITED STATES SEXATOR Examine every Ticket! VOlt fOr IDCCrnC J'. illlUlT. ' w Vote for Shrin...

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. — 11 October 1864

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE. FAIT t AX1 REASON. Hmuimatriii the harp t.i sea Wliurcin the music dw.lls; Faith jhium a lullolujah aiiijr, AnJ heavenly rapture swells. IVhilo Keason strives to conut the drops That lave uur narrow strain!, Taitli launches o'er tho mighty Jeers To neck a letter hud. One it tbc foot that nlowly treads tVherc dsirllinj; mists cnrhrouJ, , The other is the wiiy that cleaves r.ach fteaven-ohscuring cloud ; Reason, the eye which gees but that On which its glance, is cast ; Faith is the thought that blends in ono - The future aud the past. In boars of darkness, Reason waits, Liko those in da vs of vore AY'ho rose not from their night-bound lilaee i 1 v -t 1 . r ryF vouch snore; But Faith more firmly clasps the baud Which led her all "the dsv. And when the wislied-for morning dawns Is lartlier on her way. By Rrawn's alehyiny in vain Is gulden pleasure planned; Faith mockty tikes a priceless crown, W'on by uo mortal h.i-id. While llcaaoti is 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. — 14 October 1864

mm N ulfj I f H a-- t f v i - : i tMlttf BY 0. X. WOUDEN AND J. At fl.3 per Year, always riRUMma kemi-weeklt faesJiy Mitrnin; & Friday Afternoon. FOR PRMDIAT. Abu a ii a .M Lincoln FOU IKE rBEMDCW. Andrew Johnson. EI.ECTOBAL TCKFT. Ti4'.s Ci TTt;fijHl 13 Kiia V4 lll 1 KotoertP Kin k liaar) ttuaita 4 Wlllnm li K.rw Barton Jfnki harl M Kaarf l tv-b-rt l"rk I Viiiima T.vHt i .1.0 A aitr 1 fcVh&rd II Oryril II Rdaard H.-;il.y U Cliarica f H i:hr:e li Miior J hu ,-l-r IT tvil W frii laup- IS 1J Julia I'Mtj rieu.i b m k K"rard Kinr 21 ii Jntin TP IN-nto-a ht"-oT M'Junkiii Johm W lltasebard (Election on Tuesday, Xov. 8, 1864 va tahaai for rifr-ltirnh, tMirt BfTB fcawa wtta tkr Trailer ad up olik ike kurr A GOOD DAY'S WORK Pcniisti van ia, Ohio, 1 and Indiana CIVE MAJORITIES FOR tijt Union Ckkcts! They Insure the Nov. Election for ; LINCOLN & JOHNSON! 1T gain la '20 Congressmen. The Old Keystone ! 'At goct PtHntyh'a, to yoes the I'nion l'ne?day was a pleasant day, and j the Elec...

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. — 14 October 1864

10 TBI trJKll BtrmTS-CTBaulT calle I Baakaras or MIM CUIXT1. Mi Honored Fellow Citicns! I im ware tbat you have often thought it your uty to keep aloof from political eon tests, and I assure jou thai nothing but a sense of dutj would prompt me to attempt to leaaon witb enlightened Christian men, who are so mueb mj saperior ia wisdom ad goodness. Those non-resistant prin ciples, which Ton bold in common wi:h the Friends or Quakers, I shall not attempt te controvert ; but, surely, your peaceful, lawfnS right of tvffragt is a talent which God, in bis providence, bas committed to ja, and which yon are bound to use for few glory, and for the benefit of mankind. Ten pay taxes, as jour great Master did. Ton would, I think, if required, serve as Jnrors, or as witnesses in a court of justice. Ton would, I presume, perform aoy civil daly not incompatible witb Christian pu rity of morals. Without yonr seekiog, God has thrust upon joa a citizen' tpotner, a citizen's privilege, aod a citizen.' r...

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. — 18 October 1864

OT IP THE UNION," establkhd ia 1514 Whole Nu. 3,681... BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA, TUESDAY, OCT. 18, 1564. ' CHRONICLE," estaMished ia 1813 W!i1e N I)70. At I-50 per Tear, altvaji In Advance 3"p"rlirr ; GREAT WQi.ll DOME Address of the Union State Central ; fj TgSfSgn Committee. .The SunVoiy & Erie R.R. finished ! Rooms of l Lira ute Cent. Oni. ) j ItOO, UDeslliUt !?t Ujl li.Itt ) The returns cf the late elrctioo, now in tk. ltnwtainn II f V J t'nn, m ir .... . .. - 1 . 1 . h.r,nnn. . .k.. t. l..- i. j contemplate o lni'.oitaot civil triumph, to announce tbat I const Iv.nia bis dt-ci- ' ded against ill armist ire. "and nn nu.. i Tbe shortest route between the Ocean .. ' 1 - Turn we aside moment from U the turmci! od excitement cf the Election, to tweco tbe Clarion and Tiuorsn, and is ! Fenn'a Soldiers' votes, tbe highest point on tbe road, beiog200i I When tbe informal battles for Presi- feet above tide water. At tbis point tbe ' dent took plae...

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. — 18 October 1864

TH Cost of a "Democratic" Peace. The AVfA to jwiy for Both Side. The prrj o( it tb9 broached by one of the moat influential sod bed accredited of the "Democratic" organs : "The enrj-cts in respect to which the parties to this war must eoiue to an id dcrstSDdiog in arranging the terms of peace are mainly (bene : 1st, The right of Seceding. 2d, The proteetioo of Slavery. "3d, The payment of the Southern War Debt. "The third question is one lo which we have not bestowed sufficient reflection to have a very definite opinion, although it Is obviously one of the thipgs to be con sidered in this dissolution of the Confed eracy. It is a matter which concerns the South more than it concerns n. If dis tributed aud aaumed by the several rebel States, it will make the pressure of Slate taxation so heavy as to seriously impair their ability to piy their proportion of the Federal taxes. Whether the exebange of Confederate scrip at its market valuo for Uui'ed States bonds, would not, by its tenden...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 21 October 1864

USUI T lJWSIffifi Mill BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. At $l.!iO per Year, uUvays In Advance. rlBUMltU MKI-UKKkLt Tuesday Morning & Friday Aftornnnn. TOA riUMHFXT. Abraham Lincoln rop. vu e riiNnnr, Andrew Johnson. KI.ECToUAL TICKET. WOKTOV M'Mh HAU. I Kahart I hint t tlaorj. M Co.Ua S Henry Itumm 4 William II Kara 5 Hartoa J.nka Charlii M Hump V Kbrt I'arke William T.vl.tr Joha A ll.itnd 1 Kkhard II Cnrl.ll II Rdward llolliJ.jr II Cb.rl.i F lte.J Tn 'im rt-WTixaiiiB 14 IS rb.rV. II .-hrinvr Joliu H'itr i.il M mh.uj-Iij ll-vil W U.h1j 17 IS. 1 John I'.tt'in 111 J I mul It l'i k r.rirnr'l lli-rur J2 J-.ha I' liinr Hln-nr.-r M'Juriktn 2 Juliu H lll.ti. I.rd Election on Tuesday. Nov. , Itsi'.l Ta. lain. rr rrrr-hurrah. burs ! Iiurrli Bowa with Ihr Traitor anil up "Ilk Ihe Mar!" UNION MEETINGS ! TurWuy, Of. 25 BufUloe X Koads Epeakers, C. Merrill. Aikec, I'urter. Heri.iy, Oct. Wiulman sMI., West Buffaloe G. B. Miller, Shorkl. v. J.; . y .- ii-u- i. ! Thuriit, Oct. 27 White leer lur- aoe-C. M...

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. — 21 October 1864

A Private SoWlcr to 91'Clcllaa. In your letter of acceptance, you say, "Thus conducted, the tews f reconcilm - lion would have been itf. No, not so "easy," Little Mac ! For I w:is there to see You doubtless had an easy timo, But it was hard on int. I shall riiincmSor, Little M;ic, E'eu to my Jriu day, How in Virginia's deadly oWainpa Week after week wc lay. Your stars shone brightly, Little Mac, Your gloves were white as snow 1 lint we, jimir soldiers, in the. miro Wore floundering to and fro. The Robs l.nmdicd at us. Little Mac, (Who cnul 1 their mirth condemn ?) We toiled with itntakr:its in the mud, The negroes foiled lor tlieiu 1 'Twas clover in yon. Little Mac, To sat no neTJ free ; 'Twas kindness to your Smthcru friemh, But rather hard on me. 'Twas manly in you, Little M i, To leave our foes their id.ive, Thrv uisubtle cecded them to dig Their trenches and their graves. I5ut 'twas not easy. Little Mae, For up, worn out with toil. To meet such foenicn as We met Upon the sacied ...

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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