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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 13 March 1863

JU UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE-MAECII 13, 180 Barbarities of the Rebels. The fallowing reports, from responsible mta, of the torrid deeds of what Got. Andrtw Johnson tails tba "hell-born aod b'- J-boaod Rebellion," are worths of lbs tbou;;bt of evcrj ruder. The Secession leaders sro using tivtrj u;r:ure, however fjul, to exterminate iba friends uf (be Un ion (ha are still numerous though cilcot ) am jug them. Head aod see bo I "our Soutbcra brethren" carrv on the War which the; commenced to make Slavery omnipotent on this Continent. i Ile.lthi.irtert, District nf Corinth, Cr j inth, Mm , Jin. 24, 1303 Captain : 1! buj thn bun ir to submit a statement of ! fe of the outrage,, committed upon the ' citizens df Alabama by the cutilidtrate i troops. While all their leaders, from the I'residcat down, aro b.asnnj of their cirryiug oa this war in accordance with Ibo laws that govern na'ions in such ctsea, and are charging upon our troops II kinds of depredations and outrage,...

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 March 1863

I II JJJlu BY 0. N- WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. "THE UNIOX," established in 18U Whole No., 2.C09. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 18C3. At l.& per Year, alvrayg In Advance. "CHRONICLE," established in 1S43 -Whale No., 983. n ml Ml riltlMIKD tit:MI-W.t.KlT Tufsrff Murnin? & Friday Afiernnon. ' SVl'ASQ ELECTION Y Fri day of .'." icrri. Next Friday (Shh of March) occur the li trough aud Township E'estions ia Union, Snyder, is. It is e?er important Id choose gind local cflhers. Elect no wan to any offise ion aud ' , who 11 cirpmg at the AJministrat Maose lnflienes tends to thwart the Government and encura;e the Rebels. (Ejection Day offers a good chance to get up Clubs for the Stab & Chronicle in Brajy, WhitcDcor, Kelly, UilTaloe, Limestone, Hartley, nd perb.p, other .. .. . .. . . lownMi.ps or i.orougns. i-on e neglect the chance, if you want to g lowest rates, most easily.) nd the American, aud have bestowed it poo iheir new found friend of the Dtm- wt sol th...

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 March 1863

WIW COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CIIKONICLE-MAECII 17, 1803. Harrah for the Union Flag. BT HON.TnOMAS WILLIAMS,Or PITTsBDBO Brothers of freo descent were we, and ; native to the soil, l Knit soul to soul, in one great whole, fruit j f our fathers' toil ; But when that band of lovo was rent, tho cry rose near and far, To arms ! to arms ! Long live the Stripes ! we know no 'single star.' " CUOBL'S Hurrah'. Hurrah! Ur the Un ion Flag, Hurrah ! Hurrah for tho I'liion Flag, that Lnows no "siuglc star." ir. So long as Southern arrogance forbore to - touch that I' lag, Full many a taunt wc nicoVIy bore, and many an idle brag ; But when, on Suinptcr's battlenicuts, the traitors did it mar, We flung abroad that Uuion Flag, that ne'er shall lose a star. Hurrah ! Hurrah ! for the Un ion Flag, Hurrah ! Hurrah for the Union Flag, that no'er shall lo.-e a star 1 IIT. And first the gallant Keystone State, from every mountain gltMi, From hill and valley, lake and town, sent dowu her stalwart men ; 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. — 20 March 1863

f! Ml If IMK i BI O. X. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. jit $.1.50 per Year, always) In Advance. "THE UNION," established in 13U--Whole No., 2.G00. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1863. "CHRONICLE," established in 1S13 Whole No., 983. ion n rinilsitin KKVMt'KKKLT Tuf?1-r ",Il,rn'nS & F"day Afternoon. a-l't.e valuablo Hates' (late the . It'll t . ... 1 Hunter hi Mill property, back of Union- ' . , , . , ' town, is for sale. 1 Vrnn desirous of con. j , . , . , , I lulling about it, can u id the proper person. , e ' ' at tbe premise, to trmrrow. r . I Another St. litrSch wanted. The Lan- easier Exnrtst savs come uf tbe loyal I Irishmen are calling for another S. : oull s'" ue Kdbelliuo is Patrick, to exterminate tbe Copperhead, i "U!il,ed ouf' if hvf' wuulJ P"" , . ... ... , ,, - , ,, ! It requires tou;:h meu fur lhoaruiy,tor they from the Inion. Were the Patricks j ujm gre,, au, Urd to endure, all like Mcagber and Cnrcorao, the snakes , s,)ul0 bave it em; and nice ; but I...

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 March 1863

UjnOI COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE MAE CJI 20, 1803. - A few Words for Pharaoh. Lawrence, of the Momm Tdeteopr, Beldam writes anything but what is good nd to the point. The following is one of bit latest and best : Ever eioce we were old enough to go to church, we have beard old King I'turiuh ppoken of io terms of disrespect, Preachers all eeem to "have a pick it him," more espeo'ully at bis boart,which, if jou would V1; V.. V.,,,,1 a. nr.nito ' They always tell one side of the ttoryji let us gi?e the other. j Pharaoh was king of E'vpt, m Africa, a country once celebrated fur its science, its eoro crop, and its masons. When the l'haracb, about whose bcart we hear so Biuch, was on the throue, the Egyptian? owned about two millions of slaves de scendants of a certain white man named Abraham. These slaves were multiplying, Tery rapidly ; were, iu the main, conten ted; and were "Better off," by far, than the most of us. Pharaoh and the Egyp tians were much "attached to tbcm," "...

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. — 24 March 1863

it him mum BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. "THE UJilQIV established in lSUWhola No., 2,610. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1863. At $1.50 per Tear, always la Advance "CHRONICLE," established in 1S43 Whole No, 939. I iw n SIM III n BUSH KB UEHI-WKKklT TupsJay Morning & Friday Afternoon. jrajrPavid Sirohecker hn been appoin ted Post Master t Alvira, UnioQ Co., Pa., jo place of A. J. Foreman. a3uThe Anniversary Reception of the Lewisburg Academy will be held in Inde pendent II ill, od Friday evening next, (March 27,) at 7 P. M. In place of the usual exercises an Address will bo deli ered by the Principal. Subject, "Soma Reminiscences of tbe Campaign of the Minute Men of Penn'a." Musie by tbe Social Siring Band. Admisaioo free. A collodion will be taken at the eluae of the exorcises to defray expenses, and any net proceed will be donated to tbe " Ladies' Volunteer Aid Society" of this place. M&0ts Wednesday afternoon and even 'iug, Barclay's Panorama of Jerus...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 March 1863

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE-MARCH 2i, 1803. From Artemus Ward, Jr. Wahinqtoi, Jan. 21, '63. lit putty plana u my mind that w runt have Vtf ai long as the fite goes on. Nnl much. Th Rvmpath'zia Domos -romil that these rebo'lioo suoold ba over a soon at they was 'lectctl, and tbey air diin all in ihir pjwer to get it over all ever the Nti1i. You cujJ stick more loyal:; in a chictcti'a ear tbaa sicli me a oses. The other day I 'pioted tuysolf com mittee o the Wholo to go to Kichmoo and sea ef I coodont cousins J. Davis o tb error or his ways, an persuada him to jine tha YoacjaMeD'e Christian Assoeia tioo. Sutalhin mast eouo be did to have tha War stop, or by the tints ita ended the Northern "jmpatliizers will hare no Southern brethcrn, or no Constitoolion, or knoytbing else. Nods. Vt'bar could ws proenor U. Wasliingtons, J. Quiocey JefTcrsons, Tbtitnas AJiniies, an etaetcry, to tniks another ConstitootioD, an so 4th the larst especially ? Echo ansers Wbar J That's why t...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 March 1863

nan awa sui m in imm nunc 11D JUJJI1 BY 0. N. WOEDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At JI.!H per Year, always In Advance. "THE UNWV established in lSHYrtole No.r2.6ia LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA;, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1863. CnROXILE." est.!!i.Je. in 1843-Wbcle No.. 989. rl BLIXII1.D KKMI-WKkRLT fuesJiiy Morning & Friday Afternoon. snjrIj. Thus. Cbamberlio paid ffyiog visit home tbia week. 3Jacob Gibbooy, of l.ewitbarp, has received an honorable diccbarge from tbe 142d I'. V. in coosKjacuce of physical disability. rSrOa Tuesday morning of this week, VTm. I.. Nesbit, of Cbillisquaijue, idiot a wan of tbe following dimensions : Lrngth from bill to eod of tail , 4 feet 2 inches ; idh from tip to tip of I lie wings, (J feet 8 inches; weight a little less tban 16 pounds It is perfectly while except bill, leet and legs, which are black. SSYDEtl COUXTV WITHOUT A SllBRIFF. It is with pain and regret, says tbe Wnkly Trilmnr, that we announce tbe death of Sheriff Itausc. lie died after an illness of tbree...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 March 1863

JL V 1 11 u i h r li if. . 1 !'!' J, Jif I 2f J : l' i 'ft! ft! i ! 1 , f i i 1 5,U A . paragraph id the foreign news bj tha Arabia ssys that iba Ltadoa "Foen matia Itopatca Company" his eons roetioed forwarding mail bags through its croder ground tubes. This enterprise ii novel. The pneumatic tubei wbicb have been laid by the company extend from the Luton ltailway station to tbe Northwest era District post office in Eversholt street. Lundon, a distance of about one thirl of mile, but sufficient for esperimuital purposes. The tube resembles an el'pti cl gas-main, thirty-three inches wide, aud is laid in nine feet lengths, at an average depth of nice feet below the street leTeL The joints are filled in with leal so as to be perfec'ly air-tight. Within this tube runs a wrought iron oar, eighty feet long, weigbiog eight cwt , and Cited with four wheels, each twenty iiiohes in diameter. At each end of the lube is a hollow iron wheel, woikiog in an air tight box of twenty-one feet in dia...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 31 March 1863

I11 i.l.'L II ' III Dili! UI Ml 11TOI ami wmmwimiijm "THE UNION." establish in lSHVUoIe Ko-, 2.ll. BY 0 N WOItUliiM AiNU J. It. UUlViM-iLiUJO. A $1..0 per tear, always In Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 18G3. CHRONICLE," established in 1S43 Whole No.. 93Q. nhlinnkd Ki wKtkiT- f MesJav Morning & Friday Afternoon.! it-Monday, Tuesday, aud Wednesday, occur tha concluding exercises of the Winter Session of the University at Lew- i.burg. , ley-Water is let into the Union and Tidewater Cnals will be in the Susfiue Iranna Canal, this week business prom ises to be brifk. m A Union Lesau" has been formed t Northumberland be first iu the coun - y, with William L-igbow a. resident. those Leagues no org.u.a. , torongh ... townsh.p. B.Burnside's Army Corps which includes the 51st and 45th l'a. Regiments is moviog to the West, to aid Uosecrans. llassenplug and Lieut. Foster took the chance of paying fli"S vi,il bome- . t- . I. n- 1 ..... n ma ntvn a letter V. I u aQoiuc...

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 March 1863

sua tmi na caaoxicu. Impromptu to an Editor, (Who axourned mw the romea of friends, and luitreated that it mL-ht be better to form no man attackmvata which are eo wily 4rokem.) Incidentally, clr. you allude To losses the luartJiaa sustaineil Therefore, over the passap: I LrooJ ; AnJ ainee I, from my euad-poiut have viewed The heart-lloomyod "still have retained, lVUouod tUou-hts, like tho Jove from the ark, Fly ntraipiit to tho branched of preen You uphold iu the world's tide a mark A signal of rest a light in the dark That I, from my window, have seen. You imagine you walk through the hall Of th heart, where friends used to bo, Iokinx 'ajnind on tho ccholcss walls And the floor where no spirit-foot falls, Aud ohut tho door, turning the key. And you come to the vestibule, baek To the dour lnokiii out of yourself, To the edjj;e of the love-beaten track Whore must of tho fluwers Time's frost doth black, S'ave the dry ones for Memory's ehelf. And as, out upon Jife you thua glance, IU w...

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 April 1863

It-Jt- J- '..-. MrtDW (PflMMPW firm ill flIMM D WIUIMIJI CI JIM BY 0. N- WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. "THE UNION," established in lSll-AYkole 2,611. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1863. "CHRONICLE," establiKhed in 1843 WSw'.pNo., MO. At l.M per Year, always la Advance. itiiii. rillLUHKD bEHI-HCEKLI fnf.sJay Morning k Friday Afiernoon. jBVe request tbose of our subscribers wbo bve changed their residences io the borough, nr hr. deaire t h... th. ..Mr... of their paper changed, to notify as of each change. BA,The House Committee voted, with out a division, against reporting tbe New Berlin bill to reunite Union and Snyder counties. ti A Post OlEee baa been established between Millbeim and Spring Mill, Cen tre Co, c.ll.d I'ena Hall, Jared B. Fisber, F.M. HSGeo. V. Berkdoll baa been honor abl) iiiicharg--d from the serviee, in eon rqurnce of physical disability. He baa eeured a situation uu the Lebanon Valley Railroad. MrF'Sbellcr A Hammer bie received tbeir Spring eupply of...

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 April 1863

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE APRIL 3. 1863. Proclamation by the President Wbercae, The Senate of the United Slates, tlovou'ly recognizing the Supreme Authority and just Uoveromerit of Al mighty ijod, tu all the affairs of ineo and Batious, ba, by a resolution, requested the I'rctuJcLt id de.-ijj a e atid sot apart a day for National prayer and humiliation. Auil whereas, It ii the duty of nations s well as of tun to own their dependence upiQ the overruling power of God, to con fees their tins and trausgresei'ins, in bum ble sorrow, yet with assured hope that genuiue repeutaacu will lead to mercy aud pardon, and to recognize the sublime truth, auoouoced in the Holy Scripture and proseu by all history, that those Da lions only are blessed whoso God is tbc Lord. And, insomuch as we know that, by His divine law, ua'ioos, like individual, are subjected to puuisbiueat and oba-une-ments iu this world, may we not justly fear that the awful calamity of civil war, which now depu...

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 April 1863

ii win siM 11 TO) to BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. It 91.SO per Tear, always In Advance. "THE UNION," established in 1S14 Whole No., 2.612. CHRONICLE," establish. In 1813Whole No, 991. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1863. rtBUMIKi SEgMtkiElT TjfsJay Morninj & Friday Afternoon. m.Ai tee go to prat, the MU in liar- rislurg art ringing, newt having reached tliere at noon 'that Charleston hat alien ! .W--Sotae Bi hundred rebel prisoner y.cu iu . special tram, enow eleven o'clock last Sunday night. They wete brought from some of tb Northern vamps, bound for Dixie io exchange for a like number of Union prisoners. tThe bouse of the heirs of William Van Valzab, dee'd, ai Huffaloe X Hoadu, "Union Co., wis burglariously entered, last 'Thursday night, and robbed of a Urge -amount of wearing apparel, principally belonging to tbe young ladiis. No clue to the thief has yet been discovered ; but whoever he tnty bate been, we consider 4im "mighty mean" thief, to steal oot)g...

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 April 1863

A NEW WAR-SONG. BY CQASLES O. LELASD. Ail Mt Itnilu'i but a lanle jet 1. O we're not tired of tilting jet ! We're nut tlio bovs to friirhten vet ! While "Irunia are drumming we'll be rimiiiiir. With the b:ill and bayonet 1 For we can hit while they can pound, Aud 80 let's have auollier round ! Secesh is Imund to lick the ground, Aud we'll be in their puutry yet ! o O we're not tired of tramping yet Of soldier-life or camping yet ; And rough or level, man or devil, We arc paine for stamping yet. We've lived through weather wet and dry, Through hail ami tire without a cry, We wouldn't freeze and couldn't fry, And havu't got through our rauiping yet We havn't broke op the party yet ; We're rough, and tough, and hearty yet ; Who talks of going pays what's owing, And there's a bill will smart ye yet ! Fo bang the doors, and lock 'em tight ! rn-cesh, you've got to make it right ! We'll have a little dance to-night ; You can't begiu to travel yet ! 4. O we're not tired of fighting yet, Hot...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 April 1863

iido i mm TO BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At $1.50 per Tear, always la Advance. "THE UNION," established in lSUWhole No., 2,612. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1863. "CHRONICLE, established la 1843 Whole No., 991. i mi Sfffl mam rtuiMu rai-tiuu. Tufjay iViornins r riaay a nernoon. A.Lewiaburg Academy Advertisement next week to commence 27ih April inst. t&rT. M. Ritoer has opened t Tiilor Shop, or Caldwell's Drug Store, ojipo ite our office. tezWo toother column we publish the Resolutions of the 131st Reg't Pa. Vols., on tbe state of the country. There is do niat.lfin.. . t. - it' LJ S . 'MIUK iub views Ol HUB OOU V 01 U0DI6 D u. ut "'o bjcu respecting me xtortbr-rn "snaix of A regular promotion of lioe officers Company A hat takeo place. Tbe eoni initwioued officers are ss follows: Captain, Jos. J. It Orwig; 1st Lieut., Jos. W. Kepler; 2d Liut., Um. Fichthnrn. 'Tention, rtnt.ic! All who want Fancy Noiious of every kind. at advantageous rates, are hereby ret...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 10 April 1863

Correspondence o! tbe fur A Cbn.nicle. Pichland, Wiso., Mateo 25. We had tut much snow this wiu'.r. Tbia county makes good deal of maple tngar. My nearest neiehbor bi 1500 If ad of fbi n, wlich do fiue in this Slate I.ast week I went In Milwsukie, the loca tion of which I much prefer ti Chicago, Passed one day in Madison ; the Capitol surpasses that of Pentisjlvsnia aa a boild log. Madison does not improve much. 8 me of the Wisconsin towns took too Ouch stock in Bailroids, and people shun them on account of besvy taxes. John Walworth (who preached for the Christian denomination in Lewisburg for t time is tor Member of Assembly, and edits a pa per in thia place. Yesterday, our Regis ter of Deeds died ; he was a cripple. Oar Sheriff, and our Clotk of County Board, are also crirt.: rne was wounaea at Pittsburg Lai ding, aud the other at Wil lianisbirg. V. H. W. F. Corrtpooionew of th Star ft Chronicle. Kcsolutioiis on lie Stale of ihe Country, J'asml hij the IZ1 Iley't, Pu. VJt. At a m...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 April 1863

I STAI HI IMM ran BY O. N- WOK DEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At fl.SO per Year, uUaj In Advanrc. 'THE UNION," established h lbl l m No.. 2,6 13. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1863. 'CHRONICLE," established ia lS43wb.ii!e No., 9P2. If AM llfll. flSLWIKD hKMI-WKlKLT- TueI.v M'TIlinS Jt 1 rWaji Afternoon. I'.VIOX LEAGUE Persons in favor of forming a Uuion league in Lewisburg, are requested to meet at Independent 11 all, This (Tuesday) E.'ening, at a quar ter past seven o'clock, Rev. Dr. Dickson, Rev. Mr. Reese, aud perhaps others, will address the meeting. Corl'EKilKAD Raii IS r.KAinxo. A German named l'hilip Iluber, rei-idinjj Star the line of Iterks and Ltue-a'cr Counties, Las born nr(.-at.iziug s cret socio- ties among the Copperheads of Herk, sol- mnly swearing to resist the Conscription Ac: abduct 1'resideut Lincoln, establish . v..,i..i., A,,i f,,U.fv. n J wtfr u divers other feats p'easitig to the eyes and ears of tbe chunk-headed frateruity. The tnovemeuts of tuts la...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 14 April 1863

fV VS..... TTY . - ei . . iie djca. way m rui nuney um B.I . Interest. The following informa'ioa we insert io onr columns for the benefit of oar reader: (From the Philadelphia Ledjer, March 27. One of the w,bi suririaitie tbiuns in tho recent conversions tf crceuback oitei i'ltj tbi-popular l-'ive Tweuty aix per ceut. Government loan at par, is the universal- ty of tbe call. We happened in. jester- daj, at the office of Jay CYoke, ho is the egenl fjr tbe sale of these ljau9, and tbe coovertioo of tbe rrconback.4, and fuund Lid table literally covered with orders aod acoampmying drafts fjr almost ail mouuts, from use thousand to a hundred thousand dollars each, aod from all parts of the Uni in. Tbe little States of Dela ware and New Jersey are free takers, as re also 1 eno.-ylvauia, ew York and the New EugUnd States. But tbe West is most especially an active taker, as well through her banks as by individuals. The amount of orders lying before us, all received during the diy, amounted...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 April 1863

in mm mi m umm Mr BY 0. N- WORDEN AND J. Ii. CORNELIUS. "THE UNION," etfaWishel la 1S11 Whole No.. 2.6 IS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1863. At l.50 per Year, always In Advance. "CHRONICLE," established in 1S43 Whole No., 59-j. ruaiMitu KKMi-ttM:kir TucsJay Mornins & Friday Afternoon.! gfiZiMMEtiMAN has removed his Clo-' Ihiog hstablibboieot two doors up-strcet :. ...... ,. . . , . . ..men and lie eased its prime green color intending to put op (the coming season)! , . . . handsome Krick lilock, at his old stand, Opposite W alls . 9l.Gov. Curtio's intcrcstiug and ira pnrtant Message hat crowded out a letter : cbuTMj-atten Jcrs was a doxsu lion, 'eat from Lieut. Tucker, (in type,) giving a er than on a certain snowy SuudiJ It history of Merrill's or 0eu's now Kvan's ; oiu'l Ue that Christian people, biessed Company. We have other soldiers' letters, ! with gd health, turned out because the Dot jet read. air was most balmy apd so many bad new Jury List, Trial List,...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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