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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 September 1863

11 Mill Sill Ml llfllM BY 0. N. WOHDEN AND J. .41 Pcr Tear, alwajn la Advance. rNTH FAIR .r Tiif I nloa C'oiintjr Agricultural goc, m:au Lt:wisiiuno, Thursday Fr'uhy and Saturday, j October 1,2, and 3, 18153.' Premiums, and Judges. 1 Trotting Drttt ant! Mutch lionet, (V. twit Trotting llure -id i t tMt Uaikntr II'iTMt Wwt pair Drift hrp Wat ntnt:la .. pair Crriijr- hr-- ImI aincl- Urivin; or fetal tair Mtib b-raf lit 10 1. vn Z (-0 4 3 (0 S Od 3 ni 4 00 Haul Geddoa. Jo W Simnoton, Ch Gudykun.l, M Halfpenny. J Scbreyer. f . -I I. a.".- W blooded Stallion, haelaic bB kept wltbtu the limit- of the Society otto ..rflce acaeau S 0H 2d be . . s "a beat lhW Ur.-ed Mure wilh one or more of ber 'd beat aiec-oa Jri.nlrii ud I ml lMt"kl.Jr4 0ll from 2 1i U , l ii, i do 1 nt PtM-Llae Colt X- No l.T tn-J m l.leoaV4 will b. M.ltM . . nnmniiltee Wi O Uuocao, freae. rick, Th l'euny, Ch Wilson, A E Kapp. 3 t'ummoH llortet. W itlliii 4 y-r- old . 1.1 br A Ag.mi IO b.rtl.lli"frMu2to4 jmiold . . ? " 2....

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 September 1863

MY IIEItO. The Kami of Fate has written out Strange thin? upon my map of time, Ami inaiiy are the eyes that read Its lilies of mingled woe mid crime. Sometimes 1 draw the veil aside That shuts me from the buried past, Aud wauder o'er iu barreu fields At last, at last! One picture has a teu fold power .- 'l is graveu with a mighty peu ; A plume torn from au eagle's wine. Dipped iu the warmest blood of meu ; A battle-field with reeking sod, With blars and utripes and bugle's blast, Aud brave men fleeing from a foe, At la-st, at lost ! The meadow grass was low and preen. The primrose drooped upon its stem ; The. sky was calm, the ground wan strewn With sweet wild stars of Hethlehcui ; Aud on that oiI my hero fell, Amid the carnage ra-ing fast. Those withered blosoius drank his blood, At last, at last ! Thev told me this, they said in death His pale lipbreath"daloved one s name, Aud blessed the cau.se for which he died, ! The cause he never brought to shame ; The words came sweeping o'e...

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 September 1863

IU) i a "THE UNION'." established in lSli.Vbu!e No.. 2.635. BY 0. N. .70KDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At ft.no per Year, always In Advance. LEWISBURO, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1863. 'CHRONICLE," established in 1813Whole No, 1.014. II ill! SI Ml 1111 wmm. rilSLIMIKU SKMI-flKKfclV Tufslay Murnhz k Friday Afternoon. - ' Woodwaxit Perversions of Facts! m. lasall la lb lira ml the Itnotull-in. After the Iicbelliou liaJ actually com- ineiieed, it was encouraged by the express- ion ..ft!. W. Woodward, ill his Speech of Mill Doc. 1S0II, lurc he Haul, 'Jt A-miA Carolina yo rKACEAi:i.V, Hie , al alt." The speech h:is since been pub- lulled 11 tile. U'Wintmrtj Anjnt, tin. I III Hourly all the papers supporting Inn. lor ttoveruor. It is an artful defence Very, and a justification of I.cl.clliou ly throwiii.- all the Manic, "poll the North. In that sj.oech, we Dud tho following irual charw atriinst the integrity ol the people of the .Northern or J'ree States : -Tlt tli Africii ri'WAtiliiti...

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 September 1863

' UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CIIRONICLE-Si!;rT. 15, 1803. Plans of the Rebels. The apjrt-oncliing swwiou of the U. 8. Oonercs, will be one of no ordinary interest. During its Jelilicrntii.iis the Presidential caiupaii;!! for 1804 will le marled out l'olitical parties will, io the next session of Congress, arrange i lie platloriu or principle that each Will atvtM:itt tit'fiirft tlwi iiiM.i.lfl a w...tt a- uniua.sk the frr-iss omii.tions that &, the war ha produced. The contest for v nic i aniipiup 01 uic imusc ol Jiep rcsctitatives will bo one of great excite- . went ; if the Democrats are successful, k their Speaker will have the arrange ment and appointment of the various Ccjimiiitti'os which prepare liusiness fur" the 1 louse, as well as of all investigating S com tn it tees. The reports of these commit tees will j form the groundwork of the next Pros- idential campaign. Should Meade be . driven into Wa-hingtou, and the cajii-s til of the Tithed States he bcleagnred 3 b...

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 September 1863

II Will STA1 ill Hill lllllllffl. BY 0. N. WOKDEN AND J. It. CORNELIUS. 41 sl.!H per Year, always In Advance. ntlMMIKD 8KMI-WKKM1 Xocviiy Morning & FrMay Afternoon. UNION" STATE TICKET. FOU IHlVKKNOtt, ANDREW G. Cl'RTIN, of Belli-fonte. JtMMI! OF Sfl'RKMK COURT, DANIEL All! NEW, of Beaver county. DtSTKHT JX1 liifXTV TICKET. Mblt MMl HI II. OUW IIi. il Into final). JOHN BALNRlt II. of Juniata. Her. k ntf.-KlKH II. WKIKrt, X Krll) I'.uads. Kumm KolMrr -N I' El W I It" H t IL. S r ( ill u m bla. Trraiurer- WILLIAM JUNKS. liKurg. a.lil.r-ttlLLItU K. (i:K!:i)LII. Dartlrton. Eleclioo, Tuesday, Oct. 13, 1863. JWic jb Meetings.; Mcetine at Hitfiliii X Roaiis, Friday eve nine IHih Spt. " The MifH'nburg Union League, to-nisht. Union meeting at I'siost.iws, same lime. Hon. nit Ani of Kentucky, and Judse Kkllky of Thilad. will speak in MiFruna on Saturday, (af li-rnoon and perhaps evening) Sept. I!; Md lon on M lay, Slat ; and Danville, the 82d. For KEI.I.V Township, Saturday evening, lath ...

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 September 1863

- PROCLAMATION. Whcrpaa, the ('unstitutiun of the Uni ted States vf America has ordiiined that 3 th; privilege of the writ of habeas corpus bliall not be busnomled unless when in case of rt'ln'lliim or invasion the public sufoty may require it ; ii1 wln rcts a ro bclliou was existing on the third day of March, 1 which rcbclliou is still ex ist ill-'; and whereas, by a statute which was apj.rove.1 on that .lay, it was enacted hy the .S-nato and IIoue of Roiircsoiil.v tives, in (.Vn-jrcss assciulilcd, that during t'ic present insurrection tliu I'rosiJciit of the I'nitcd .Stat, whenever in his iud- ... ,,. ., i wont the public safety may re-juuc, is au-j tiloried to MISIielld the IiriVlle-TJ ot the writ of habeas corpus in any case tltroturli out the I niliil States or any part thereof; and whereas, in the judgment of the 1'rosMont of the I'niteil States, the public fafcty does re'ire tliat the privilege of the haid writ shall now be suspended throughout the I "niled States, in the cas...

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. — 25 September 1863

liif III Will SI IEIM tll I. Hi BY O. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At ft AO Per Tear, alMnjn In Advance. Tues'Jay Mornins k Friday Afternoon. VSIOS STATE TICKET. FOR COVrKNOR. ANDREW G. CURTIN, of Bcllefonle. JUIKJe. HP SlPBBMK COL'RT, DANIEL AGNEW, Of Btaver COUnty. disthht ASl ritr.vrr ticket. aacBklf-S.tarF.L II. UUWIS. of raloa fount). JUHS BALSBA1 U. af Jaalala. IUc. ot.-EUUU . WKIkKL, af Kelly I r.ma. tBBltlracr aiHlKl MlRsuAlLXrwralaahla. Treejenrer-WIUlllI JUNES. UvNbarg. .asltarWeUlta P. SMCBOllS artletsa. ..lection, Tuesday, Oct. 13. 18C3. JJaMir .jHcctiniis. 1 I ......It.... !. t tfiri.liMitr auu.- uuirH-i,uin v '"'V fSTIIon. l-raulc lioun.l win speiiK ai .u"y X "a,,,rj8' eVC,'i,,g' .thhept. , r. j.m.. w. n. Man., and fiov. Pollock are etiengi-d ! r Middleburp. in Sny -- " drrcouiiiv.Tud,d.S9ih,( von week there.) tion an were barely past week or two has witnessed thc upri sing of our people to vigilant and deter mined work, all over the State. Notwithstanding the storm ...

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. — 25 September 1863

1 UNION COUNTY STAR & LEW1SBURG CHRONICLE-SJiPT. 25, 1803. !! I U i! I! 1 ' n v i0 The Bonarch and th Beggar. BT H. t- IKlRXOR, fARIS. A monarch and a beggar once wan lcrej side by aula, And mutually complained that their wants were uusuplicl. The beggar craved a pittance wherewith to boy him bread ; The monarch had no appetite, and cares deranged Lis head. The beggar prayed for raiment to shield him from the cold ; The monarch wanted continent, more power, and more gold. The hegpar craved a pallet where he " migl t r ;jt and weep ; The ling had downy couches, but would give the world for sleep. The beggar aeked for comfort, he little eared for wealth ; The ling had .boundless riches, but would give them all for health. The beggar craved a hovel, for the night wind pinched him sore ; The king had many palaces, but thought he needed more. The beggar plied big crutches, his palsied limbs to aid ; The king surveyed his palfreys that in his etables neighed. "I faint," exclaimed 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. — 29 September 1863

Mi lira. BY 0. N- W0EDO AND It flJiO per Year, alnayi In Advance. TENTH fAIn d TNI ' t nfoB County Aii lrullural Soc, A'M? LEW IS li Lit !, Wednesday Thursday and Friday, October 7, 8, and 9, 1S63. Premiums, and Judges. . .. j. - .! e JTroltmy, Draft ana Match JJorset, rtr. tvet Trotting Uoces 10 oo 2d he-d, b beet BValkin; norm X UO b-.t pair Orft noreea 4 00 U-et single 4 S OO b-e pair Carrl:. bareee S 00 le-at siacle liming 1-or.o S 'o beet pair Mali- boraea 4 u J udiree- Paul GwMee, Jn W Simonton, Ch Gudykuust, M Ualfpeuny, J Scbreyer. 2 l!omlr.d Inrnrt. best tlnM Stallion. fal.InX been kept wltbia the liaiu of On Society km Heresjo season 00 j 2d be-1 "M best Uloudrd Bread Mm with m or nor of her S'ir" d.eriea, daro-a'tar snd 1 r Ut blooded Colt from 2 to 3 jeer, old 2 "0 do 4. Hoi do 2 oo da Sacking Colt Wo bar- eut.-red as blood-d will he eutttled to pre- VIIUOI UMiW. eiaraee 1. euvwu - ...... rwoilj ere earn. Committee Win 0 Duncan,- A Frede rick, Th Fenny, Ch Wilson, A E Kp...

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. — 29 September 1863

1 : i The Soldiers' Opinions. The Voice of the Soldiers. Camp keau CrLPEiTEB, Va., ) .St-pt. 22, 1. f I om a IV-tiiocrat and have alwavs 1 ren one. liut in the prrseut case, if had the right of suffrage, I should cist my vote for Curt in, for he is emphatically the soldier's friend and lienefactor. He is the choice of the fighting sons of Pennsylvania," and to prove ray assertion I will crive yon below the vote of the 10th Kegt., P. It. C., taken at "retreat roll call." Sept. 14, and also of the 5th ltegtM P. It. C, taken Sept 20th. There has Leen no interest brought to bear on the men, but they all know who has been the friend of the Reserves. It is also for the good of other soldiers who may be in the field during the next term of Governorship, that we would cast our votes for Curtin. If "Woodward should be elected, wc would not have a very long season for him to do ns good or evil, as our time expires in the Fpring; but we know what Curtin is, and wi.h those vho may yet become so...

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. — 2 October 1863

IB II Mill SIM Ml BY 0. S. WORDEN AND J. At per Tear, always riBLUHKA HKWI-WKKKIV TuesJiS Morning & Friday Afternoon. UXIOX STATE TICKET. FOR OOVKHNOa, ANDREW G. CURTIN, of Bellefonte. JUDGE or Si ritKMK COl'BT, DANIEL AG NEW, of Beaver county. P18TKKT AXD COVSTT TICKET. Aaeaklj-S.tarKL R. nRVYIti. at rmna nasty. JOHN BALABaI H. of Jnnlnla, ftC. k Eec-ElllH A B. WMkKL, of fcflly 1 Roads. CMMlMluarr-BAMlKL MittSHALUXrvt.lo.feu.' trauuirr-WILLUM JONES, Irwisbar;. tXllar-WlLUlH V. MjKIiOU., Hsrllrl... Election, Tuesday, Oot. 13, 1863. xMnflfti f,22 TT Cfttttrtl P"" Katutr "O" At the Rover S.II , in Kelly Twp, this (Friday) eveuing. New Coi.umwa. Union Mass Mcct "lug at 2 o'clo-.k Speakers announced : Ilou. l'rankliu Houud, Hev. U.K.Wilsou, Col. J. M'Clecry Saturday. HON. W. W. KETCH AM and MA J. C. H. tjllKINEK are auiiouiieed to apeak to-morrow (Saturday) at a Union meeting iu Northumberland. Turn out! Hon. KM SLIKEIl in Independent Hall, Lewisburg, Saturday evcuing. Mr. AlKK-N al...

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 October 1863

All about our University. . The Deputy Superintendent of Com mon. 8chooli for Pennsylvania is visiting 11 the higher well m the primary iostitntioDi of learning io the Slate, and reporting "upoD their condition. In tbe Common School Journal for Msy, bis visit to Lewisburg it described, tod the merits of our University considered. He gives oor instructors end modes of fetching a high rauk.aad thus concludes his report : , RUII.WN08 AND GROUNDS The Col-1 lege edfice is 330 feet in leog.fa.o.nai.ling of center building sod two wings, 1 be , center building is SI feet eijusre, three j storeys bigb. f. stiog is leei luup, 85 feet wide, end lour storeys iiif-o, ana o . i ? .lunii.o eoDta.ns 35 stud, rooms and , apartments. 1 he entire structure m of brick, and cost ."0,0(J0. Tbe buildings are situated upon a bill, in tbe midst of an exteusiva grove of native oaks, from which tbey peer forth and pre- """" ," . ... sent, by their dim outline partially hidden - I - r. f ....nil.. I...llfv I'...

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 October 1863

ii mm m Ml fllfflM Dy o. N. WORDEN AND J. it tt.no per Year, always In Advance ft ILINHKV hrm-WKKku Tflfsrf.T Morninj fc Friday Afternoon. Meetings. Tuesday rVt-tilNir, Oct. ( meeting at Fill. ml House tifHr (lie Prit'sWh ehilrrtl, mi Turtle creek, in Buffaloe Twp.by A. LUves and C. D. Hrkwub. Rev. T. M. HKKJ'K at Independent Hall, lecwisbtlrg, Tuesday evening. WM. VAX HKZKH Ksq. nn Tuesday, Oct. 6, at No. 3 Scboulhoiisc, Brady Tp. Friday Oct 9, evening meeting nt Hpring creek S. House near Orwi, i Mill. Saturdny, Oct, 10 at 2, 1. M in Laurelton W. V Gkzer, and others. Forest Hill, Katurday evening. At tbe Black Run S. II. north end of Buffalo Td. Monday evening, Oct. I'l. 12 Ker. K. K. WILSON. I At Hover's S. 11., Kelly Tp , Oct. 12. ! ... R.nnhli.n I n.mi.crii I evertK.Hr ! . r- ' ar lhim ! Uo irt be C heated I : Fae Tickets. These may not all be correctly report- Almost every year, holiest men who f ll,t, considering the number who do no wrong themselves, and do Hot c- ; nrc open...

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 October 1863

The Soldiers' Opinions. CoUECTlOH. There were but 28 votes tat Woodward, io toe 51st P. V. 180 inaj. for Curtin out of 236. K9.Lt. Col. JamM A. Braver, Capt A. J. Snyder, and nearly all the soldier-, of Centre county, are "in" for Capt. Foster, Got. Curtin, and the other Union nomi- 'naei. CorTaaawodenea of the Star t Cbroolclo.1 Bcaltox Station, Sept. 28. Ton request, in yonr paper of a former date, that the soldiers give you their viewa with regard to the coming pulieriia torial contest in our State. To show you what is the feeling in our Keg. and Co., I send you a copy of the resolutions which were adopted by about a two thirds vote. I baTe not the exact returns, hut in our Co. all were in favor of thini bat two, notwithstanding quite a number say they are, and always have been Democrat. They ay that Curtin is the soldiers' friend, and the man to help on those measures which are calculated for the putting down of the Rebellion, and thus barteuing the closing of the war. The resol...

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 October 1863

OVTTT 11 no it iiii iiiiiii in II BY 0. N- WORDEN AND jit l.so per Tear, always la Aflvaace. vsios STATE TICKET. FOR OOVKRSOR. AXDREW G. CURTIN. of Bellefonte. JlHKJIt OF firrREMK roURT, DANIEL AGNEW, of Beaver county. ti.iTRtrr axd rorxrr ticket. S;; Beg. Htr.-f.UsUH H. wr.lhM, of krlly I toads, raiaisl.Bcr-M.lEL utiWHtluvloluaib.B. TrMwarrr-WIUUII JUMX LrwUkarc. Aatfltar-mUlAtl r. amtOLD, lrilrtea. EUcliou, Tuwday, O.tf. 13. 1S63. To the Foils ! TUESDAY NEXT Is a day looked for wiih interest by every : to a proper realization of the coming eon friend aud every foe of the American ' test. My luiud fastened itself upon the Republic. The election of the Covernor present connection between those in the and Legislatures of two States like ( Hiio army, aud thoae at home. We both have and Pennsylvania, may do much towards the same great interests to prct, but we closing or for protracting the War which in arms have much more anxiety to sec ia waged for the destruction of our Ciov- j the ...

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 October 1863

VOICES TO THE DEMOCRATS. Pfora the tonilM of former trait K To their reason and their God, ' Bleu who sinned with black pcrveneneM And who felt the vengeful rod, I hear roieca hrad in warning. Speaking words which ye should hear, Giving utterance to home truths Meant for every traitor'i ear ! Cain, who killed his brother Abel (Xot the special pleader Kane,) He who introducing murder, Opened first the list of slain J ail as, too, who sold our Saviour Arnold, of accursed name Twiggs and Floyd aud poor Buchanan, AH first cousins in their shame: All of these give solemn warning From the dark, eternal gloom, Where 4hev lie. in crimes' enshrouding. " Of a traitor's final doom. 'Cain, who slew his loyal brother, Wandered restless evermore Peace and rest from him were banished, ' Love for him was never more ! Judas, with his bag of silver, Moans beneath the gallows tree ; "Listened I unto the serpent Unto Moloch bent the knee All too late my sin repenting, Naught is left but death and hell,...

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 October 1863

ill ilTI W iiwK mam in BY 0. N- WORDEN AND J. At $1.50 prr Year, always in Advance. riltLtHF SKHI-WKKKII jBfy Murnin & Friday Afternoon. UXIOX ? I ATE TI C ICC I1. for oovkrnor. K G. Cl'llTlX, Of EdlcfontC. A.i vitrei JUI1GR OF SI l'RF.MK COURT, DANIEL AONEW, of Reaver county. vi strict aXd cn xrr ticket. Assembly MVI KL II. IIIIWH.. of I'rioti Munlr. J II II BlLilS ti II. ol Junta!. ItOT. lire. KLIsll I II. VW.Ihll, of fcrlly I lloai.. l'miali.slaii('r-MHIkL II i;iMIM.L.Srrilaniliia. Yrnitrf-Wll.i.ltM JMkKt, LittMiurji. Auult.ir-IWUMV K. ShKiiMLIl. Uarllriim. iicci.iosiiiccampai?n. All our.wcu- cs, ,wraile, papery meetintrs aigu - menu, flag?, persuasion?, and banners tlo not count the VOTES alone tell the Story at last. And it is of little consequence to have good men ami true, unless they ITT Til KIR Votes i. the ballot-uox. Therefore we say TUIIN OUT, ALL HANDS, TO-DAY, GET THE FULL VOTE, nnd'we have a cheerful hope that sue cess will be oars. We have tried to do our whole d...

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 October 1863

" If i! t n i t 1 !. I ; 1 t' ' J 1 !i i i t I I ; 4 i 4 ' .1 '. i ! ! V l 1 ; . ' is Tha Result in the State. Th Woodward State Committee have made oi their estimate of the Tote fur Governor at the eiiKuing election, hased poo the n-port of their party friend in tho different cumitie. A War 1 Vinuernt, mjpotcd by thcin to be "all right on the pxw-e," called at tli Committee room in rhilad.dphia to ascertain how their esti mate footed up. lie was shown the calculation, which elected Woodward, by a bare majority of 6,600 votes. Looking ever the counties to tec how this result was obtained, he found Berks reported to give 7.H00 for C orpe Y. Woodward ; Montgomery 1,800; Schuylkill, ?,000; YorE, 3,000, and so on, while in Philadel phia, Laucastcr, Allegheny, &c, the ma jorities for Curtin were correspondingly reduced. The Wood wardites on the Com mittee as good as conceded that the game was up, unless lce could he induced to make another raid into Pennsylvania about election time. ...

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 October 1863

in ill! mi - m iiwiMM ciiiiii BY 0. N. WORDEN AND. J. At f 1.50 per Tear, always TufsJsy Mornins & Jriday Afternoon. run riii.siuKM. Abraham Lincoln Union County 1863-Offlcial. Gl'STi. Wo.d'rard' North Ward 215 NU SoutUWard 21 "J 7 Total Iwi?burg 4".:J 177 Brady 113 ' Huffaloe 20. 1H Fast Ruffalne 112 Westliuffaloe 114 Hi' Hartley 111 Hartleton 27 Kelly 1 Lewi. 7 49 Limestone M . M Mifflinhurg 14 ew Berlin 72 '2 lnion H 7S Whito Dear 2: 12 2024 1250 Cttrtin's Official majority, -in Union county, 774. In 100, it was S'l. If our Soldiers could rote, l"n ion's luaj. for Curtin would lc over 1000. Judge Afcnew, Rep. Un. 1.0!5 Luwrie, Cop. 1 .25 ifajority for Agnew Assembly Orwit; l!alsbach Ililbuh Weiscr ATerage majority 2.02:; 2,019 1,2.'0 1,245 773 2,023 1,240 Reg. k Rec. K. H. Weikel W. E. Smith Maj. for M'eikel Commissioner P. Marshall C. l'ulluian Maj. for Marshall Treasurer Win. Jones John Rcbsr Maj. for Jones Auditor Wm. F Seebold John Orr 1 ,f!0 1,200 -;;U 1,0s' 1,278 702 2....

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 October 1863

; ( i t THE FALLEN BRAVE. BT W. II. C. UOSMEH. Columbia, tliou jrem of the nation! Thy glorious place is the Tan ; IV Iran, then, in ail thy rclitions To the proat cause of Frceilnni and Man; Yf true to the heroes that j crich In tru-iplini; thy banner of star, And d 'ily the memory cuorish Of all thy brave soldiers and tars. The poet is pad, and feels wjU-inn, His brave lmy has fallen in light, Hut deeply will fame on her column The ii:ime of the young hero write. lie fell in fierec strife with Secession, lie died as the iLmitlei-s should die ; We are punished for awful tranegrehsiou, forgetting our l ather on hijh. The blood of the valiant has watered The Uritrht, sunny land of the South, Let the:rfiry of lost ones and slaughtered lie sung by the Mack camion's mouth. The phojiis of our fathers are rif inir, And "call to their children, 'fight on !" Thru forward,-all danger despising, Where jruus flash and aabresarc drawn. Rich Scene on a Railroad Train. An affair worlhy of notice ...

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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