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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 2 December 1864

Mm I TO! Will fU Hill! Hi ifiiHl ijiUiiii BY O. N. WOKDEN AND J. It. CORNELIUS. - At 1.5U per Tear, always In Atlvaz.re. M ItMMlMI h:MI-HKl:kLl Tuesday Muminu & FrisJay Afterniiiin. -- - - - ' ' ' lesrriiauksiviu,; Djjt was mure g-n- erally observed this year, probably, than ever before. Those who spit at "Abe ljiiicoln s rundoy prow lewer aDd tewcr. Ilereafler, the last Thursday in Noveui- ter may be regarded a a National Fcsti- T.I and a day f,r family reunion,. KSUThere is before us a letter mf. narked Wept Rutland, V., Nov. '2-1, ad dressed "to Mr. ISermrd Kennedy, Chron icle nf5ce, Stale of I'eunylvania." As we know no Fueb man, any other "Chron icle office, irtate of l'ennsylvania," may have the letter and fish for the owner as we do. " QUITE riCOliAHL!-;. Sherman may tj bis move csur-e another Kcbel attempt at invasion of Ohio or l'ennyivania. It ia therefore only prudent in ur (lovcrnDr and i-resiueni to rinse iiomo uuarus to protect our own borders. Franklin and .. i- e...

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 December 1864

The Potomac oIli-r' Sons O no, wo novor mention liim, Hi uauiu is never hoard. For m litre the (ire:tt Klrctiou's passed, be ijnite tibsutd I Ac ofU'll Mention F.llKAiiir, PiroNT, an 1 l'oltTKR too, . Lut uever speak of Little Of Liuk you Ltiovv who ! O no, we never mention liim. Ills dced-j are rarely stirre-. Fur jutriut lips dislike ho bivathe A sad remeuil'cred word ; Ve talk of Lincoln, Sheridav, Of Sherman, and of (jBast, But, O there U another u.nuo Of which we really can't! He was a very niee yountr man, And proinisin. you know, But then he made .-.onic jreat mistakes A few fliort years ajro. O no, we never mention him, His name is never heard, Compared with whom, Xapoi.EON Was reckoned juito absurd ; He once was frre.it ou Strategy, And kept an Auacf-iid.i, And when it died, we dui; the hole, And buried it out yonder; Along the ChicVahoiiiiny, lie was a mi-lity dier, The Kin of Spades, a I'immycrar, Aud down upon the Nijr-er. O no, we no more speak of hiin, His praise no lo...

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 December 1864

1 mmmwmmmmmmmmMMXmmammammmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm miilil wiJiUl. Sill III MtflMtJlilf WmIWmiuM. THE t'NDN," etaLiis!i.'(I in 1S14 Whole .No.. 2,63a. "CHRONICLE," rstaMUir! in IS 13 Whulc No.. 1,077. BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At $1.50 per Year, always lnAivanre. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, DEC. G, 1864. rlULIMIKD MMI-WKKKLV Tuesday Morning & FrMay Afternoon, j eyTbe lower miil now retches on Monday instead of Sunday mornings a decided improvement, all orouod. lair It is well occasionally to remiud every one of tbe increasing danger from pickpockets, tod to avoid carrying toy considerable turn iu money or other valu ables on one's person. Last week, while on a railway car, Geo. 1". Miller, K-cj , bad bit pocket relieved of Lis wallet (which, happily, coutaioed bat little 1 money.) ItjrAs Lewisburg increases in popula tion and in railway facilities, crimes also gain boldness. WiiLin t month, we have beait of three ladies grossly assaulted on S i St. before 0 o'clo...

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 December 1864

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEW 1SBUR6 CHRONICLE. A . Prom a Hartley Boy at the Front j rn,p rf ;th r-on' catr. i j W itliiii eia oailea ot litainnd. Nut', v, V. I " 1 he weather is very fioe, now, 'r lie vnld apt-H of lust week, i Thus is oue of lie largest fleets in the! Jauiei Kr, btCre Daicb Gap, that has! ever leco known co bo ibrre. Most of j Ihe Monitors front Charleston are here, : aincr.g which is tbe famous New Ironside?, 1 which is considered to be tbe most furmid- i able eecl flj. The sick au J wounded re ill being sect asray to the North, liter) thing, I ihir.k, it.dicate9 a mote. ; I thick Richmond will fall (Lis time, aud w'uh it will be the destruction of the main j rmy if the Kebels. Viu wanted to know if lbre were mnre deserters coining ; into our lines, siuce tbe K'ectioa, tban More. Our regiment pickets on tbe ex-' IfttLe ri(itit ot Uen. L-uUer line, lam! dow eMU3 ..th f.ur of the officer of! the Itcgii:. , and haro a good onportu- ' uity to niiur.- chut is gingon. T...

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 December 1864

ITT "Pi T TT Tv TT. T Ti PTTJ TTT i mm rfm .MlliilJIlll Mill THE L'M'JN," eaiablislwil in IsiJWboIe iV)- 2,6m "CIIROMCLE," estoMMicI in IS 13 Whule No, 1,077. BY 0. N. WOHDEN AND J. K. CORNELIUS. At $tAO per Icar, always In Alliance. LEWISI5U11G, UNION CO., PA, FRIDAY, DEC. 9, 18G4. 3 Mia Conni es! 2l Session. 4th Annual Jlt'ssis-ie of Pres. Lincoln. Fellow-Citizen? of il.u innate and House of Hcprefentatives : Again lie blessing of health and an abundant harvest c'n.io cur piufoULdvst gratitude to Almighty G d. The eoodiiinu of our lureigo affairs is reasonably satisfactory. Mexico continues lo be a theatre of civil war. While our political relatione with tbat couutry have undergone r.o change, we liave at the sauie liuic strict ly maintained a neutrality between, the bel ligerents. At the rrqurst of tbc States of Costa Rica and Nicaragua, a con.petent ei gitieer Laa bccU autboriz d to nuke a survey of Ibe river fan Juan, and the port of San Juan. It is a source of much satisfactio...

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 December 1864

Wclcoaiiu,; lisirii the rias. I pApr.ii two year long weary years A mill l!ic traitor hau l Tout tnliiile 1 mi our jrlniions Flair IV'Wu in flu- Southern 1;iii1. I hearj tlio slmuts, as State by State J?o ii:y fell away Fell, a the stars from lioavon shall l'.ill When coiih-s the Ju.lpinoiit tiny Fell, as the rvU-l anm-ls l'ell Who lost tlii'ir thrones uf li-jlit, An 1 uow tin! sentence dieaj await To everlasting uilit. I n-air the trni'iirs' l.atinrr rUc, Our uwu ll;i in the (lust ; Anl wliisi en-l to in v patient heart, "Ue patient, in.l i- yit '." J saw the scornful rein I ho-t March l'V in all i! iir pri.le ; Aiii! when I hi'arJ ' eir K.a.ts my heart A Itiiost v. if iiin iue !.!. I raw that hwt come Lack iipiiti, Au army now no mure, Jlilf llyini:, (.eatler. .1 a- the eh. iff OiautU'ii:i';S tlireshiii-lloor. Then, jiressiiii.' on the fleeinjr thronir, There soon hurst .ti my view A Ciilimm strung uf riders LuM, All ehul in loyal blue. Faeh j, t the stirrup firmly pressed, i.;. 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. — 13 December 1864

rtlTT TO DIM mm .Mill mm star AND umiw SI BY O. N. WOliDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, DEC. 13, 1864. "CHRONICLE," established in 1843WhoIe No 1,078. At 1.50 per Year, alwajn In Advance. illlS U.MU.l. eMaull.WU IU loa niwv -r riBLIMIKU XrVI-UKKkLt Tuesday Mornin? & Friday Afternoon. NET M()I)AY Ts Court WKKIC for Utiiun county. A dunce to send in mnni y, advsnee pay for Stab. & CnnosicLE fur next year. W3iTbe. A K CJessler.latc of University at Lieoisburg, is ordered pastor of Pilgrim llsptist church, West Farms, N Y. IiyOur 6rst considerable snow storm, 00 Saturday las', followed by pretty good cold, appears (Motday noon) to have laid foundations for a "spell" of flcighing. EJews from tha Rebel Prison Hslls. FOR Till .TAR A CIIR'Wt'LM. Having few leisure moments, I will try and give your readers a (.hort descrip tion of what 1 saw at Annapolis Hospitals, where our paroled prisoners are. I think if some of our Ilcbel sympathizers could but see tb...

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 December 1864

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE. l.IOUT IN DAKKNE!S!j. O Cod ! ,tr way through ilaiktie-a leads, Dut thina i- living liIit ; Teach us ia feel t!mt day stteeoe.l.s To PSfh slmv-wetiriitir nihi ; j.ike us to kii'.w, tVml. tain an 1 nve ISesut our in irt.il lives. Tint all at Ut i:i L-at!i !;m luff, And only ijud survive. Tio I.mr th' oppressor's Iron 1W1 The eaiutlv brow has j.ri'w.J, loo eft the tyrant's .itiruVrutis steed Has j.ierced the guiltless l.r.-H-t ; Yet iu our souls i'io -red shall lie, Till Thou shall liM it thiivc, Of sU-:idfst laiih that Wrong hal! die. Add ouly llight survive. Vte walk in shadow : thickest walls Do man from man divide ; Our brothers spurn our tendeiest calls, Our holiest aims deride ; Yet, tho' fell Craft, with fiendi.-!i thou-ht, Its subtle w.'li tontiives, Ftill, Fals. hood's textures -ink to uou jil. And only Truth f-vrvives. Wrath idouds our Ay : War lifts uu hi-h His fluir of i i i n - 1 1 stain ; Kai-h iiioristr.uii-bit ihcr-. reads t...

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 December 1864

Ji f r f' re ! Ul ft Stf B & mm 1V r 53 U H d ik5 . , . . 1.. V.. STflfi BY 0. N- WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At it AO per Tear, aluajt In Idinuce. LEfflSBURO, UNION CO., PA., FMDAY, DEC. 10, 1SG1. - -CIIKOXICLE," ettMibed in 1343 ITlwk NX 1,078 in t-r n rj I W III mm i rlBL!HKU MVI-BI.UL1- Tufsiay M-wini: & FriJay Afternoon. MONDAY XET is Court WEEK fur 'ri 'D county. A chance to send in tnor.iy, aivitcc pay f.r Stab iCDKOMCI-E for Eilt jcar. aWA valuable Forovgh fr per'y very Bear ibeXewOii it pi. u n 1 c uuty .is notiocd f t sile in to i)' sp tr. SSjT'Spccu'.atiTS Live n:w laid Lat.J CD pork, and Legs die with tbi ir last sijueal pitched on a much bibber (money) note tbio usual. Judje Wal's bad io which pissed fjr 1 0 0 C Its. j .daily : that da to start with. $ra"Fcr gallant il3 distinguished ser vieea ia the operations before Petersburg, Va.," Capt. George Sb'-ikLy i- sppoh.ud Brevet M sj or in U S Volunteers, to date from July 30, lMil, (tbe dj La was wounded.) Informa...

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 December 1864

How la (.old to-day I ' Thir? was a time when, if wc met A friend upon (lie street. He talked iiu common tlicnioa the war, Tlie niM, (fir else the heat,) And took an interest in oue's health : That tiiun has pawed away, Fur no one a-ls us how we do, But, 4'Ilow is $:olJ to-day ?" These words pervade the atmosphere At weddings, funerals, halls. No mutter whvre, upon your ear lts "troM," (or uhe it's "Oils!") ou jro to see the one vou love, To drive your cares away. You kiss, and then she sweetly says, "iHiar, how is gold to-day ?" If Gold is up. or Oil is down. What j:ood for uie to know ? I'm not fi-.li i i i;r up on 'Change, St boriiijr down below ; And an 1 hate thp endless cry, And liinjs to soar away To realms of aee, where no one a.'-ks, Well, how is irold to-day !" Army Losses. Mr. K. IS. Kiliot, of Washington, bas prepared an account of the proportioo of Ieatli8 in the L'uion armies, covering the firt fifteen montbs of the war. It seems Ibat five have died from accident and d...

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 December 1864

CIS. HSUIf T STIR Ml MMi M ml It H "THE U.NI'J.N," fsinblfcie-i ia lsll waat aMu "nmONirLE," eillif l in IS43 TVhu!e No, 1,079. BY O. N. WORDEX AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, DEC. 20, Ml At fl.-IO prr l'enr, alia ays In Advance. Tuesday MoroJa & Friday Afternoon, j llejrjuda-e Wcois arrived last tight. News from Sherman and Tb;ma6 cur licue favorable. It is r- p Ttcd Sec'y Stanton calls f.r 3'. 0.(00 more men, to 11 tbe flacts cf tbjsc mho-re time ia up. fcjrKjrtc.fi iJ, the K'ooLkoo Indian traveling wi.b Sctb Kinrnau, die on tie 3d iost , it I'bi'ip IS jeer's in Black Hole Valley, lie was 10 ye. rs old. Official. Arf-intmeTit ; tl.tr svcrrUrj of U Trva?ar7. Cbtries H. r-hriLcr to te Cillecter of Ibe 14:h District. Ar:eio'.c:.i.u Ij iTr-trw: G'C-ra! Try. Alfxamkia, V., Pee. 15, J 504. Our iit-jjiroeut is Dow quartered in Al- e xtndris, where I think we will remain, until spring, at l-ast. The empirics rc d vide 1 intj rinds, cich sejiad Living a d. Stre...

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 December 1864

JL llfill 81 r-f? & s 14 1 HI? m im: ft y 1 a BY O. N. WORDEN AND J. E. CORNELIUS. 'THE UNION," establish! in lSUWIiale N- 2,700. LEWISBORG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, DEC. 20, 18G1 At I.5 per Year, nlnays In Advance. "CHRONICLE," estal.Mifl in IS 13 Whole So, 1,079. ML u a Hr u I'liiLisiiKu miii-whKu Tuesday Morning & Friday Afternoon. ftgr-Judgo Woods arrived last uigbt. News from Sherman and Thomas con tinue favorablc.- -It is reported Scc'y Stanton calls for oUO.COO uiore men, to 11 (be plaets tf those whoso time is up. JtjBartc!ifio!J, the Kloonkoo Indian traveling wi;h Seth Iv in man. r.iil nn tlm Sil inst. lit I'hilin ILKrrJn 1 " f . - . l . utvft Valley. IIo was 10 yours old. Official. AppmiituHMit l-y the -ctvtnry of tlif Trt-oFtiry. Charles 11. Miriucr ta be Collector of the 11th Pifririct. An uiutc:. Ltf ty l'rovoit Mnishni 1. cnrr.il Fry. Copt. W'ni. II. l'iit (cron, Assistant Provost Mart-bat, ll'h District. tL. 1 j I f I 1 il 1... II i Nhrinnr. vhn il.'f'irtpfi f...

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 December 1864

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE. "..lien the Uuyu come Heme."! There's a happy time cortiing When the hoys culile home, There'. lotln: day coming ' When the buys come home. j Wc will Gtl the dreadful rtory, Of tills treason dark ami ITory, , In a stlH-btlrst of o?ry Wbtffl Utc Ireys cuuie huuie. The. day will seem brighter fhctt the boys couie home, nur hearts will be liirhlcr When the boys couic Atonic. Vires and swect-hcarls will press them In their arms, and caress them, And pray Ood to bless ihem, When the Kys come home. Tha thinned ranlis will be the proudest When the boys come home, And their cheer will riur the loudest When the boys cmue home. The full ranks will be shattered, And the bright arms will be battered, And the battle standard tattered, When the boys come home. Their bayonets may be rusty Whcu the boys come home, their uniforms dusty When the boys come home; But all shall sec the tracts Of Batik's royal graces la tho bfwa aud bearded Cures WkS the boys ...

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 December 1864

II Cilfl BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At 91AO per Tear, always In Advance. A. H 1 Tiesdty Momins Jt FrMay Afternoon. ' New Books. Oo tha 1st .y f Jau- noxt. the Star & CBftoxicut will :i.-n a new Mail P.oA, and insert therein the naiurs of t!i.o i.i.ly who have paid or shall pay in ADVANCE. (We except only SoMi-rs. prata'ton. ja Jjara, and llioss) who have oilier or rui;uiug aocouuts ) Hy the Cash System we have thai far weathered the st-imi reafiiaUy well, and a little nvire riir.J adherence to it we think will carry our paper tliro'j.li. Let Gold and Oil go up or .l.-.wn. we mean tv ruu" our niariiiue iu "te pd old way." Those who wih to a.M.t in thia plan, please send in your luuney. I y nail or otherwise as y.u think bc.t. We prefer Greenbacks hut take the ,jnu!nr postage currency and want m.r-t kin la f Produce in exchan,re for the New. We tutike no new promises fir the fu ture oulv. that we hope the condition of public affairs may not roiuire so much political disc...

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 December 1864

IPll.lt IKS. V..':.ii.M now hi- brl j..ke i-ra k., Aittl pruse- lli- tr;.it prti.M of. s., t For Muni, th "NMi'-r of i liii-i.i ." It. make lilt,-! Jbj.1i1 i.aata B.v.sl bwn, thej my, ia,lo. Not ,l..w. Iti-tl lo-l JT-t "-rli,r.!i ha run iu.J-1'.v. ttiu r.sc ' Ua pir., hi, r.uitirt .iM-erior Si-rim, AorJ ow. tile Oiurt !uirui- a -r.nijr CSK. The Buckeye Mower and Reaper. to our uoiice of the lVriDt-ylvaou State Fair, we mentioned that the above ma chine wis awarded the fir-t premium is a combined Reaper and Hun r. Tliis was really great triumph, considering there Were some twenty different aiacbiues of Ikia character on exhiLiiion, aud tho com petition era brae jd same of the most pop ular machines in the country. The com mittee ware all thoroughly conversant with the d fT r.:rit machine, as well as Iheir operations io the i:;ld, and w. re tjoaniranu in awarding as above. They look into consideration the pattern of the 1 tnacbine, aa well as the finish and unJo j of manufacture, and ...

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 December 1864

JUL mi m hi mm mum IB Ml "THE UXIO.V fstablisheJ is 1814 Whole Ne- 2.7QL BY O. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., ?K FRIDAY, DEC. 30, 1861 -niROXICLE," esUMisM in 1843 Tfbole !ft, l.OSO. At $1.30 per Tear, always In Advance. 1 ill! Tot" Readers all. Far and ear. wiintric ismkoI tins paper, sec the Dissolution of lWncrLip in the adverti- einc C'luiuu". Since Nov. 131 one-third of accntu - ry ago I have been enraged in printing newspapers, with few and short intermis sions of other engagements. From twelve to fifteen hours a day. hands, head and heart have been engaged in labors beariug on thia business. ThauLs ui.dcr tjod to a pood constitution an 1 temperate habits, this exacting and wearing devotion ha? not left me a wreck. Yet there are symptoms of nature which admonish me to seek Fonie less onerous employment. Lm2 un settled accounts afc-o require attention, and will take time to arrange. Of my political record, 1 have entire taiisfaetion, as fir as one can have...

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 December 1864

- A Fartlcnlar Han. Dick OaTaoMt br&j io putting think gely a they are according to L'udly Murray, and taping them to at 'lacbixiy' eipense. Dick ba a mill 4 o on upper Brandywine makes the brft cora meal in tbe market, aod baa tbe widni rang of cuttnm of any miliar in the four IMswnre tlnodreda. Tbe other mnrning.Sam 8landera slstn binged into Diek's mill after a hundred of meal, and pot it to Dick tbii way: Mnrnin', Oiek. What'a meal I Meal as utual, 8am. I mean how ia it 7 I'retty well, thank yon. Always ia. Blast it, man what do jon charge for it? Don't charge at all, Sam. Have to tell for eaib tbeae war timea. How dope it go 7 In barrels, bags, pillow-case) tome timea in tin pans. Confound it all. Uow ean yon afford it 7 can't in reality, lint I have to sell M eheap as tbey do in tbe villngo. Can't yon understand English 1 Not yonr way of speaking it. Well, I'll be banged. Here's n be dollar note. Will that buj a hundred 7 A boodred what. Sam 7 Can't I make the man understa...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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