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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 17 April 1863

JU I i lii it J : I j n I ii I 1 it Cctte.;.iijetire. of tlie Str A rtrini-!e. Mr. .kkuno, Kj., April 7. Tho Transports caaie cudiiculy. In he morning, brfure wo were up some one ta!t:i iuto lLo tect "Strike tcuta imuie difciy !" Then there was a hurry ing to tid fro; but we cooled down aud tot k l-realfast. 'Mjct ruaily to move itnmedi He'.j !" but we leisurely struck teuts, as Co transports weru iu niglit. This post, owing to tLo numerous camps aLii lug buts, and hospitals, was iu fcstid with ras. After wo Lad pitched our tents at the post, we floored tbeui, and rat hunting was a grand utuuscuierjt. l'ou could sec f('iijj uf men about the log !n,u-es a'm ist any tiuia iu tbe day, with the '-tjcneralf ' (a dog that ba followed tbe Uigiuictit from Annaprdis.) aud other dogs, rushing about, tearing up tbe fljors, with shouts of laughter aud fuo. The rats took refuge uudt-r our tents. Capt. llassenpluji's was a favorite place. They annoyed Foster so much that he couldu't sleep. One 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. — 21 April 1863

Ill OIH SIM 11 IfflfflK D111I 1 JUJJH BY 0. N. AVOKUEN AND J. ft. CORNELIUS. Ht $1.50 per Year, aUvajH In Advance. "THE UNION," established in lSHWhole io.. 2,611. LEWISBDRG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1863. "CHRONICLE," established in lS43wh.ile No., 993. a- 9 rllUIMUU SKHl-WKKkU-- Tuesday Morn ins & Friday Afternoon. gefSee Changes of Post Office tod Railway Time Tablrs also lysee Kew Atlvrriitenients. Bloody Affray in New Berlin. We learn tbat one Jamct llammti, son of Benjamin,-of Middlecreek Twp, Snyder Co, entered the 172d Hog, P. M , aa i ubstitate, was sworn in deserted and bat since defied tbe lair. Last Saturday noon, he was attending tbe funeral of bis ister, in tbe Ger. Kef. and Luih. bouse at New Berlin, when Mrficbhart of tbe U.S. rnr. with J Smith of Middk-burg.eotered . .it ij -j our treasure, the room, eame to Uuinmel, and required bio, .0 surrender. Tbe deserter replied ! THIS MUST NOT CONTINUE the by drawing a pistol and shooting at tbe NV'ion can uot ...

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 April 1863

f ! r 3 ? V ! Hi ih ii I 1 i n s i. I i ii i i n i i 1 i i i 8 It) Song of the I nlon Soldiers. -CUl 'EM NAMES, JEFF. This song will not be likely to please your Secession neighbors, (if you are so Unfortunate as to have any,) but, as sar casm is often wore effective than argument, it may-help to shut their mouths. At all vents, it is a genuine and earnest guh of patriotic feeling, and the music is bright and sparkling. A novel effect is produced in the chorus, where tho laugh comes in. Said Bcanrepard to Lee and Jeff, "These Yankee sons of thunder Will scatter us from rifht to left, Or cause us to knock under, Unless we find some other way Of meeting their advances ; We've made up faces now so long, They do Dot mind our glances. Chorus Ha, ha ! ha ! ha ! ha ! ha ! ha ! ha ! Thev do not ha, ha ! ha ! ha ! ha ! They do not mind our glauces." -0 true," said Jeff, ''I know it well How shall wc change our game, sir?" '0 dear '." said Lee, "I cau not tell." Quoth Beau," We'll call 'em na...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 April 1863

i mm na m m mm c BY 0. X- WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At !.. rr Year, always; In Advance. "THE UNION,' established in 1S14 Whole Uo. 2.614. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1863. "CHRONICLE," established in 1813Whole No, 893. mill n i:lisiikd mivi-hukit jaehy Mnrnin? & Friday Afternoon. flMtrlliir War V.iur. Id iritiir.linA .ml " "fif appears tj promise substantia success. erjMr. Sutton, who advertises seed Potatoes to-day, is well recommended to us as a responsible man B5i,We offer to day more Real Estate for sale, among our other numerous dw advertisements. .......... rMr. Mowry.Phttogrspher, requests us to aunnui.ee that bis Gallery will be clotej on lucsuay auu juursia ui u weCK. S-We lave beard 1 nothing further from the deserter, Hummel. His arrest was not attemp'cd uutil after bis sister bad been buried. jgiVe lea-n by a Dayton Journal, received frim H. C. Taylor, that the Republicans of the Olio Legislature have provided a chance for the soldier, to vote. ftT...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 24 April 1863

UNION COUNTY STAR & IEWISBURG CHRONICLE AfEIL 2 J, 1503. The Bachelor and the Baby. "What chill I do?" and i he old bach clor stamped about tbe sittio(t-rooaj io a perfect rge of doubt, Inokiog first at the Dipping baby in the little willow cradle, and ibcti at tbc busy French clock ou iLe luautic-sbclf. "As sure as my name is Joseph Phelps, that little, two-tiited. Urge lunged nephew cf tniue is about waking, aod it wautMOtie bule bour of the time which, its mother appointed fur her return. Wbew! I actually aweat thiuking about it. What cao I dj wiih it? II jw can 1 treat it to cugar what-do-you-call e u's, or hold it, or trot it, or do anything with it?" At this juuuturc, a faint wail from the liaby receptee e 'iroughl tas-ielor 1 helps to bis taps. Win; ki ccer-y aud alacrity that would lave u-cme a"busband aod baby-lead . he c .non-need rocking the cradle, to; . i :j tin indignant baby into a perfect tr.u.ir of kicks aod rqualla. laekwrds ai;d forwards, from one side ol 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. — 28 April 1863

fill IT "THE UNION," established in 1814 "Whole No, 2.615. BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG1, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1863. "CHRONICLE,' establishe.l in 13 isWhole No., 991. 41 1.50 per Tear, al.rayi. In Advance. 3M riiiUMiwj kkmi.t:klt Tuesffay Mornins & Friday Afternoon. Spread the Light. We believe a trrpftt limioi itv of the people will act ridit ami vote riiiht. if time Mn niilv'.rot nt tlio trnfli nf the t.reat Contest oelorc us. hiee- dies, music, flnjrs, badses &c. arc well in their way, but HEADING MAT - TEIl is more far-roadii.i-r, lasting, cheaper, and effective in influence. Without whininsr about " ticr. - erti - tion." or anv sjieeial effort, we find the Staii it ('iiituxici.K pile," to day, is larger than ever In-fore. At present prices of paper, an inereasc is not of much profit if any. Utit, as a me:uis of diffusing what we deem correct Vrinciitli's, we will send our journal, from Mav Court until Oct. Electi'Wi, at FlKTY CENTS VF.lt ...

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. — 28 April 1863

I, t i f, . Tha Second "Bittle of the Kegs." i One of the m.'ist amusing yot quite j important iveuii of the Slavery var, 19 ! wtil t.IJ, In-low. Coin, l'ortor, when , above Vk-ksbiir,:, rigej aui paintoil ii j a large, crazy, old, tow-boat, so that the uppearetl like som new-fangled gun-lmat, then let her float into the broad current tf thtj Mississippi. The Ili-litls thought it was pome fresh iufernal Yaukee inven tion, and fired all their jrun at her ; but at she Was freiijhti-d with mud and coal only, fcho did not "explode," and kept' Headily, gloomily, p ortetitou.-ly upnn h.T j Way. So frightened were the ltcbids, that they blew np their reeeut splendid prize, ; the 'Indiatiola," and got the '-Queen of j the West' and all their other traps out of! the way of this perfectly innocent, grim looking monster, which did the IVnuii.-t.-! wore Kd (at le-.s oxpen-c) than any of our "boats" ou tLc Father of Waters. KERrX nooiilK HZILF.. There i an honest Yankee man, With cannon and v.ii...

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

SIM Ml HDn JJJJJI WIS! BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. a.t ! per Tear, always la Advaace. riBUIHKB Utti-WKKKLf-. TuesJaj' Jlornins & Friday Afternoon. I flioa County Fair Watfaraiay to Friday, Oct. 7,1 aa4 9, TnlON LettlTiie. The Lewisburg club meets SATURDAY, May 3,1, at Independent Hall. TURN OUT ! .wiyTbanks to Master Beo. F. Cornelias of Nashville, Teoo., fur bomb-shell which was picked up on the battle Geld of Murfreesboro', having been fired by the Rebels on the 31st of December. STA correspondent of the Selinsgrove Timet goea with Fred. Smith forre-aooex- log Soyder to Union county, aoa idioks that " half the votes of Lewisburg will be given for a re-uuion "! tcnMr. Hates is continued as Deputy Superintendent of Common Schools. Mr. Sleuker, Auditor General, and Mr. Barr, Surveyor General, enter upon their duties to-day. Mr. Slcnker has appointed Samuel 8. Barton Esq. of LewUburg to a clerkship. aLieut. A. G. Tucker is home on t furlough G eorge H arbeson,d iscbarged oo account of ...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 1 May 1863

The Christian Mother" Prayer. Til not to be an angel, For which I daily pine ; Foil, little hands, are clinging Too lovingly to mine : 1 fain would liuger longer Upon this thorny road, To lead my trusting darliuga Uuto our Lord's abode. But to he like en angel, So free from outward sin, Eo filled with love to J earn, 80 purified within These are the eager longings Which o'er uiy spirit roll ; These are the secret yearnings Which stir my inmost soul. I want to be a model Of every Christian grace. With all that's pure and holy Reflected in my face ; tlpon the narrow pathway A safe and certain guida Unto the little pilgrims Who prattle at my side. Unlike to stint or angel, Amid wild waves I toss, A struggling, siukiug sinner, Just clinging to the Cross ; And, 'mid my self-upbraiding, I find my sharpest pain, To know that on my children My faults must leave their stain. I can not be a model For those so dear to me ; I am not pnre and perfect, As any child may see ; Then Ehall I in my an...

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. — 5 May 1863

Ill Dllf I SIM Ml HIISIM flMlIM BY 0. IS. WOKDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. A !. Pr Tear, alwajn la Advance. "THE UNION," established io 18U Wkole NX 2.616. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1863. CHRONICLE," established in 1843Whole No, 8W. Tufs.i.v Morning & Friday Afternoon. Next Governor of Fenn'a. For the canvass of 1 SCO, no one waa l'Olier fitted than 'Andrew U.Cnm.v. II is trcuiul, hopeful, carnoj't nature the powers of a gifted and cultivated mind, and of a vigorous lodv in the meridian of manhood were all nut ' into Timorous action, aud went f.ir to ",e time b,inK is the sorntnent itself, determine that contest in favor office ct bcy find no occasion to denounce institutions. His administration of Kebcl preachers, nor pro slavery ministers State affairs, developed unexpected , in the North who practically aid Rebellion executive industry and enerp-y. From ' by exciting hatred or suspicion against the first outbreak of the Rebellion, he ' Government. lias fought it 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. — 5 May 1863

Tbe Battle of Sevan Fines. Curae all yon gallant heroes, Who now arc under arm, , Who wear the robes of honor, The Union uniform ; Couie listen to my ditty, I will iiug you a few lines Iu praise of Casey's soldiers At the battle of Seven l'iuos. It was the thirty-firnt of May, About the hour of one, The Hebcl force from Richmond Came proudly marching on, With ovorwhelniini; uumbure It was plainly their desiirii To crush our gallant Casey's force, And penetrate our line. The hill-tops and the valleys With Rebels soemed to swarm, And daidiiug down upon onr camps, Scarco iravo us time to form : But 'round the banners of the free We rallied with three cheers, With blow for blow we met the foe Like Yankee volunteers. Our Gen'ral, Silas Casey, Seemed in his prime ajrain, With swnrd in hand he faecd the foe, And rhecred his gallant men : "Stand firm, my boys '." the vet'ran cried, "Although they re two to one, We'll show them that our I'uion troops From danger never run." This gallant forc...

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. — 8 May 1863

HI) 6 BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. jit ftJiO per Tear, always In Advance. 'THE UNION' estitlislieJ In 1814 "Whole No.. 2.615. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, MAI 8, 1863. 'CHRONICLE," established in 1843 Whole Ko.. 993. ii mm mi m Iff! ClllIDii Election of County Superintendent wThe foiiowiog are the names of the The choice of a Common School officer. new Common School Superintendents, I last Monday, at oar Court Uouse, called ! "d tbeir salaries, received by us. riBLISHKD BEMI-WtKkir jatsthy Mornins & Friday Afternoon, "series op battles. mi - l : 1 1 L 1 1 . I nnt a miut rp.nnrM a Ma comKU m .n loe pass wees win ue uieuiurauia in' ' 6. n . 0 n i . i . i I Dauphin o. V. Ingram' history for it great movements and terrific j who ,efl the,r '00M -n, iiesB for , uz,,rneAbel M.rcj eobUtcts on toe soutn nans: oi ttie Kappa-i v""" , ..juoc. . perr.. jteb jntt hannock. Gen. Hooker, with a large i '""'"""g uirectors were present Union John A. Owen CctT'The Cincinnati Cummerci...

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. — 8 May 1863

1 1 f, M .1 EncocbaOINU. The editor of the Flif fliotowo Sentinel, having received divers Bew subscribers, with the pay in advance, break forth into sieging. Hear how the fellow "goes on !'' May they lire In eloeer I rert of their Urea ; tiara lute of spondulicks, and capital wiees; - May Ihrj be ouad ow the UuioB do just rigLl; eajr u all their d.-Ke ml never et lialitl M'e wuo thain all full cellar and bsroe Kay laa aw'ST s.g.rct thair iaimortal noocara." Artemas Ward sees Sights! . I'm jeDcbebt fer Union Deo. Mar tin Lo jther or cum other Voiek, kindly oforms ua (bat a Uuioa Man is the Noblest work of God. I think a Union woman, is a Nollester. The uademud Lai Here eed when he hitched to a gal or the fenail gender when he beccin boan ov cne flesh, and flesh ov one boan tbe red ! femiotue mast be a uoioocr. Tbe La Ion Releef Associations is grate iuititoo tiooe. Bat the feuisil seeks who compose 'em it Grater. You can fiod more patrit ism loyily, in a Ladies Add Society, than in 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. — 12 May 1863

I in mm sin imam mm to BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At $l.AO per Year, always In Advance. 'THE UNION." established in lSll-Wtule No. 2,617. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1863. CHRONICLE," established in I843"Who1e No, 995. rmiMihD sr.xi-ir.FKiT Tuesday Morning k Friday Afternoon. ftsjrlJuion County Court meets, Mon day tn it, in Lewisburg. He nn hand, in good time, if you want to do justice and get justice done a wagon or an ounce of provisions. Jl baa taken one m ire gin than he Las loft, lie has Inst, in killed, wounded, and miss ing, about 10.000 men (other accounts represent it even smaller), and believes the euemy's loss to be much greater, as do ober eye-wituc!ies of the fighting. (A note by a CoafeJ -rjte surgeon pu's it at H 000, and an intercepted c n.fi loutial despatch from l.te almi's it to be "tcrri fiis.") Twenty -Ce hundred prisoners are in Geo. liuoker's hands. He has shat tered and dcmoralifd the Rebel army, while bis own remains well orgtniirf...

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. — 12 May 1863

Epitaph Taken from the tombstone of 31 irearct Scolt, who died at Palkeilbnear, (near Eiiobarg,) April 9, 173S, aged 125 year a long, eveotful life : " Stop, mnrteon aaa.nffer! till th J bit read 7bc living nay gala ttan.'l.da'a from tint daail. V titnwa five a.ara. I lird a virgin, lif. ; T.a tiu4 tea ycifN, I waa a virtuoua tf. ; T.n tine trn vm. I w.pt a wid.iw'a woe.; ow. tir I of n-ortal lift-, 1 h.r. r.pre. JKiitht mihtjr king, of gentian 4. and on. Quaea, I. 'la-lit mr cradia aad any am... hm ae.a: F -or r- flTt yrara, the Cuaimon wealth I aaw; T n time., the autj-ta riic ai-aint the law; J wic ritd I are ol4 rr.lar. pulled down, ud tain, the rlnak . bumnl.d by toe fOWOi I aaw aiv country auld fnr Kngli-b. or.. And Stu.rt'a ram daatroyed to rlae BO mora. fiich d-anlaltoa in my mind ha bum 1 bal e an end of all aerfccUoa acea." Recovery of Stolen Horsss. The horaes stolen, 15th of Jsnuaav last, from the farm of widow Koss, situate oa I'luoketis Creak, Ljcomiog count;, were bro...

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. — 15 May 1863

mm mi IB f I IM C "TIIE'uXIO.V established in lSHWhole So. 2,617. jjy 0. S. WOUDO AND J. 11. CORNELIUS. At 1.50 per Year. altvayH In Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, MX 15, 1863. CHRONICLE," e.'tablLshcd In lSl3Wb.Qle No., 996. li Ml KIWI. riTtlMIXU ttKMI-MltkU-- i jWay Mornins & Friday Afternoon, i ITucsiiy evening iti'it, meeting of I'oioo Loague t Iudopendeut Hal', Lew isborg. Messrs. Aiken and 8briticr, speakers, to commence at 7 P. M. pre cisely. lOWe are advised la req'ie6t a full meeting of the County Committee, next Tuesday, as id attempt will be made by Certain wire-working tricksters to take from the people the selection of candidates and throw it to conventions of delegates 10 wbicb all is done by bargaining, and where tbe smallest districts Lave the nine . count as tbe largest. They claim that under tbe Uirect Voting system tbey can Hot "control" the 1'eople but under ttio Delegate system (they argue) a few men It M'.ffliiiburg can "contrnl" West Huffa- lo...

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. — 15 May 1863

Br&The pijpuUr livmu sung, "Mj cuuu Irj ! 'tis vt thee," was coitiiiosed by a Baptist clergyman of Mussauliuisetts, who baa written much good poetry, cliii fly uf a religious cbarautvr. The fulUtw iiig, from hin pcu, in a htirriug call upon all patriot to sustain those entrusted with tin; .salva tion of our free .iiveniiiiotit iu this hour of peril ttiiil xuou'uiu tffurt. 1'llng Out Hie Itaniier. BY REV. S. F. SltTft. Fling out tlie Tunner ou the Incite ! hake out tuj tttairjr fi'M ! Summon the stalwart soldiers forth, The mifrhty unJ the bold ; Tb boll of trcedom from its tower 1W solemn call has tolled. Narnliul the legions for the fij:ht, The youthful and the brave ; 8tand for the noble and the right, The jrloriom Union nave ; Stand for the cause for which their blood Our patriot father gave. Iread not the angry foeman'e rajre, Prcad not the teiiij-ei-t if cra-h ; Iread not the billows, though the olifTg Along the shore they lash ; Dread not the awful thunder' roar, Xor light...

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. — 19 May 1863

JU JUJ0 jjy 0. N. WOK DEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. "THE UMOX," established in 18UWhQle No, S.818. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA.,. TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1863. l !.: per Year, alnaii In Advance. "CnROXICLE," established Id 1843 Tfhole No, 897. wot wiuMH ani rllll.lMlf O hKMI-WKI KLI jutsihy Mornim: & Friday Aficrii'inn. farUtniuniber ! Aikcu atd Shriner, at the Union League meeting, Lewisburg 7J F. M. of Tuesday, 10th May. trzJYbe New Berlin meeting is post poned until Friday evening next. StSCliarles M'Gregor and Wm. L. Phillips are borne on furlough, from Capt. James Cbatubi-rliu's Company. ieylteech 0. Ammios, baj Wen pro moted to lt Lieut, end 11.8. Meogas to 2d Lieut. Co. E, 53d P. V. jSe-Subseripiion papers f'r the Lwis- tare & Cbilli-uq-ie Turnpike should be in b, Saturday of this week. ttraLieut. Daniel Riwcr,147tb P.V., U nioog tbe wounded in one of the late battles near Fred.-rickburg. The Uegt- . fl)r tihuty YEARS past maturing (h. Se tucitt is now at llarrisburg. j C(.sjon tbey...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 19 May 1863

I; S TO OEN. J. HOOKEH.j after the BMII tkc aUaaaaaaaKk. TrAsSo battle, owe befwa, Bl--mttitNl fro bleeilinr ",r- to Ml, Twhmm urrus orr. M KVKH WOJi." 'Clear the way !" Cciluuiriia wi'tth, "Fur a moment hold your breath. Freedom must be wou by death '" Bo they uiarclietl the patriot train Pooq the wounded and the slain Lay iu heaps like gathered grain. Hooker fori-ninst in the fray, Holding tho etorn foe at bay O, it was a fearful day ! Thero brave ISf.rqt sunk to rest On the Son of Freedom pressed, Kicking all at her behest, Chenr-limr; the precious thotight, As their toilsome way they fought: "Thus must Liberty be bought 1" I protest, on bended knee, I?y their record that we see, They havo bought a victory. I5y God's love of truth and right, J5y their deeds done iu Ilia eight, "We were victors iu that tight 1 Ay tho' scores aud hundreds slain Iao in heaps on hill aud plain Justick never lights in vain ! Joe Parsons, of Baltimore. As we passed along a hall, we first saw kim.croucb...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 May 1863

TO II 'THE UNION," established in 1SU Whole No- 2,613. BY 0. N. WOHDEN. AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At il.ftO per Year, alwajs In Advance. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1863. CHRONICLE," established In IS 13 Whole Nov 537. in iiii ail m in MUM mm ftL M. I -' - - rrmtMIrD MlMl-TUrkn fBfsJay Morning k Friday Aficrnnnn. TrJi lr--. ' . i union County Convention. ... . ' 10 former distinr.u.m, of pariv. wh.. desire to t lie TUlfl. VI I'llltFii .(uilir WIHIIIUI irFHTIl anile in sustaining ihe .Naimnal and Stale administrations lu titeir patriotic efforts 10 against the rightful authority of the Kepublic all loyal voters who, without cavil, support dt every power 01 me uovemtneiii our oroin- er. in arm. who are b.av.n disease and the perils of ihe field tu preserve ihe Union of our father are reqtirMed I., inert at their usual place of election, each in his own district, on Rat..,. lk Jane, IsM. .1 S. F. and after choosing a Judge, two Clerks, an I an Inspector or In.pector it desire...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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