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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 October 1863

ffll 8U1 m aiiii Ill n Ml 111 BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. At fiJtO per Tear, always In Advance. muMu WW.WCUU- FOB rntXIDEVT, Abraham Lincoln KJThe Mechanic and working men cf Lowishunr are entitled to most of the credit for the splendid vote for Ctirtin Jn thia vicinitv. Thcv have started the oil- juration noticed in another column, aijd , momentous contest, as, , ... - ., i lo the Wee of October, invite tbe cordial co-operation ot alt so The itiw-wt forth to the rHMiiirk end reoae. V , n.i , . . i. . r ' in! thoneai.it. wre wiqiil.tj.H W omlwerfl th. vain, disposed. They desire to have it a froe t nJ u.rj, ,h. ,,,,. b,' ,u,f, .iB. and hearty jubilce-nmuarrcd by riot or tS!" 'SSi. dissipation-witbout ...y needless offence : i?SJiE& to their defeated neighbors to be parti?., j omo wag ajj0 ,os. ,ag, faI1 ,)y on patedin by everybody who feels likeit'own gpinoncsSi and his friends had and to close early aud in an orderly tl,e honest impudence to take up the manner. j traitor Vallaiitlig...

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 October 1863

A Mammoth Pic-Nia If proof wu desired1 of llit oztont to which Now York enterprise esrriet oil ita par pots, the wit dcimo of ft pie-ait excursion of tho em plojeei of J. W. Bradlit's Hoop-Skirt factories on Friday Nat, to -Dad lev's Groto, few mileo above lookers, oa tho cut side of tho Hadsoo, had satisfactorily demonstrated it Nearly 1700 girla and S00 joaegacB employed io tho establish, luent, tbo ono with their lovers ood tbo others with their sweethearts, cambering nearly 8,000 persons. To carry tbia crowd, nearly oil young ood full of fun and frolic, Ibroo of tho largest barges in oar harbor wers required, aod two steam ers were needed to do the towing. By 9 o'eloek the whole party had massed at the foot of Spriog Street, North River, and amid tho playiog of Wallace's Band nam beriog thirty pieces, and the active note, newts displayed in a hundred aod fifty quadrille sets, tbo barges swung oat into tbo stream and moved op tbo North River. At 12 o'eloek, tbo boats reaobed Dudl...

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 October 1863

1111 : wmm r, vs fswjy 'aU" ' """ " TliUS BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. 41 ftiJtO per Tear, always ...ura iBitLwrm- sob PLtSIUENT. I ABRAHAM L I N C O L N . ! Sfalfl Election IS far as heard from. Curtin Woodward : 228 I - 4 ! Allegheny Armstrong 1 Waver Blair. Bradford Xttler Cameron Chaewr Crawford Itauphin Delaware Erie IVreat 7t).-0 169 1001 897 8768 174 75 24!0 1945 1190 lt7 30 54 160 Adams IJedi'ord Berks Bucks Cambria Carbon Clinton Clarion Center Cumberland Clearfield Columbia Klk Fayette Fulton (Sreeu Juniata Luzerne Lehigh Lvcoiuing Montour Monroo Montgomery g-jg ' 577 i 3u4 i 9S ! 344 Frauklin ILmtingdoo 1093 Indiana Jefferson l.aneaster lawrence Lebanon ' Mifflin M'Kean Mercer 20i iti 50 51 1812 1005 105 4!'i S35 '." ', .. i ' -''3 I lbiladclphia708l Potter 51 1'erry 32 .Snyder 427 Somerset VilCt Susquehanna 1202 Tioga 2SS7 l'uion 774 Venango old Warren J08 IVashincton 350 . I . Ow'li'T Northumberland'708 ' bl wcre ri b' the si,Je f Co",mis j.jte 914 i sary Departnieut,and a sm...

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 October 1863

1 i . t i ; I i, lit Lire's. ixroKGReiTi. " ' : r . , v,BT LIEUT. toBF.tT PH ELI'S. v ,. . .- - ,: I Of tb jxxsm, N.l'.Willia, of tha Home Journal, sayg, "The degree to which the melodies are perfected, and the beauty of metaphor and rytbm, are more like the finished work of a classic poet than the inspiration of an impulsive soldier. It is an exquisite gem, and, though we have never before heard of the author, we are rery sure he is not ouly a soldier, bat tho truest of poets." Green prows the laurel on the bank, Park waveB the pine upon the hill, Graen hangs the lichen, cold and dank, "Dark springs the hearts-ease by the rill, Age.-mo8cs clamber ever blight, Paja it the water-lily's bloom : Thug Life still courts the shades of night, .And ttenuiy hovers o'er the tomb. To? al through life, incongruous hue, jfc)ii4rbjeot wears 'mra childhood down, The. 0vao.sce.Dtr Leaven's blue, -w-we-wH-eotluritig sober brown; Ctar brightest dreams too quickly die, And griefs are green that should...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 October 1863

S II If 11 mmm. BI O. T. WORDEN AND J. TL CORNELIUS. At $t.5t per Tenr, alivaji In Advance. riRLISHKU SEMI-WKKkLl Tuesday Morning & Friday Afternoon. KiB Fi:wiiKr, Abuaium Lincoln ' State Election 1SC3 Official. Curtin Woodward Allegheny 17,708 1.i,053 ' Adam t'.f.S'.l 2.!'17 j , .Armstrong 5.14l5 . 2.!'77 Beaver '8,037 2,05i Bedford i',4;0 2,704 Boil. i,0l5 'X1 Blair 8.2S3 t'.b'Sti Bradford ti.722 2,!54 Bueks li.L'Gti ii,s:i! Butler 8,004 Cambria 2,1 U4 a,0i0 Cameron 81 S 2l'J ! Carbon 1.542 2.110 Center 2.714 8.0.VS J Chester 7.HS8 6,4!S j Clarion l.r.lS 2.548 I Clinton 1.007 1.U11 Clearfield 1.5:11 2,41 Columbia l,S0l 8,812 Crawford 0,141 4,28(5 ' Cumberland 8,484 4.075 Dauphin 5,0ti5 8,-75 Delaware 3,4i2 I,7S'. Brie G,25! 8,2i0 Blk 8815 722 l-'avctte S,0!H 8,701 Franklin 8,S70 8,710 Forest 01 jiS 1 ulton Ttil 1,022 Crociic 1.4S4 2.0'iO Huntingdon 8,21)0 2,li'7 Indiana 8,001 l.'.i.Vj .Jefferson 1,754 l.li'.i.S Juniata l,4."n! 1,787 l.aucaster 18,841 T.d.'.O i , Lawrence 8,l08...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 27 October 1863

BARBARA FRIETCHIE Ry J. . ttlMw, la itlaaUt MMthly. Vp froo. the meadows ricli with corn, Clew in the eoul September morn. The clustered spires of Frederick stand Green-walled by the hills of Maryland. 'Bonad about them, orchard iweep, Apple and peach-tree fruited deep, Fair at a garden of the Lord To the eyes of the famished Rebel horde. On that pleasant morn of the early fall, Lee marched over the mountain wall Over the mountains winding down, Bone and foot into FreJcrick town. Forty flags with their silver stars, Forty flags with tbeir crimson bars, Flapped in the morning wiud : the son Of noon looked down, and saw not one. Up rose dame Barbara Frietcbie then, Bowed with her four-score years aud ten; Bravest of all in Frederick, town, She took np the flag the men hauled down; Jo her attic window the staff she set, To show that oue heart was loyal yet. Up the street came the Rebel tread, Stonewall Jackson riding ahead ; Under his slouched hat, left and right. He glanced the old fl...

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 October 1863

Dllill II CI Ml i! 0. N. WOBDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At Per Year, always la Advance. rrdlUHEB 8EI-EKKLI esdtf Mornin; fc Friday Afternoon. FOR PRRMDK.M, lBRAIIAM L.INCOLN Hall, West Virginia ! On Thursday, this new Free State elec- d three Members of CongreHS. Ravaged it has been by real war, there is no 'Democratic" party koown there : they ire all Union men, or Rebel. All the landidates raiiutntr for Congress, were Vicndsofthe Administration, professedly. l'lTTSBUBO, Oct. 27. Western Vireinia follows Pennsylvania nd Ohio and elects by large majorities lair, Brown and Whalcy, unconditional Dion men, to the nest I ongress. AfUr th. Contest ii i , At a called meeting ot the Lewisburg Union lengue, held eveniui; of -7th Oct. ,,,.' ,b ,. . i the following expression of sentuneuts was , .' , , . unanimously adopted when the meeting l: . i. .i. ii r.k if adjourned to the cull of the Hoc g ec y. The UaioD club of LewisbarK offer their T CC''i!a": ' tb reeeot Kleetioo in FeoDfljW.oia bu be...

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 October 1863

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CttRONICLE-OCT. 30, 18G3. ETEBXAL. JUSTICE. God's justice is a bed, where we Our anxiou hearts may fey, And, weary with oursvlfes, may sleep Our dieoonioat aav. For right is fiht, since God is God, Au J right the day must wiu ; To dotllt would be disloyalty, To falter would be sin". . Fabeu. 'Went Deal" Theremin a class of journalists in the Union, who are trying thir utmost to be as abusive of the Government as possible, and to ierp a? near the verge of Treason as they cauwitli safety. Some of them are a pecuniary burden to their owners, and anything to wake them notorious, is esteemed a god-send. If they cau excite foldiers to mob them, and recover dama ges, it is esteemed a good speculation. And to be taken up by military authority, is the -summit of their ambition. They lung U),he '-martyrs," aud they bot by the column f their love of Liberty (for Rebelshad Traitors,) and of their Democ racy (founded upon Slavery.) One f this elat-s of newspaper...

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 November 1863

ii mm f WHIM hi m TtY 0. N- WORDKN AND at lAO per Tear, alwaya In Advance rrsuonra sri-rtiir Tuesltj Morning k Friday Afternoon. rot rBDiaexT. Abraham Lincoln arTbe Farm of the lata Ji's Keefer, of White Deer Tp, will bo ctposed to sale oa Saturday, 21st inst. aaTllectiooa to-day in New York nod two or three ether States. Uiuos I "lat tba Jlact ataa atiaat Ami aaaS-a I af iiuil aa Tar mutmmml f atatnry. ' USS-Th. Foiled. Erie Railway last week opened to Emporium (or Ship- pen) in Cameron county. The officers a..au aetafiii it avail inrin mr waweii io 1 St. Mary's, in Elk eounty, qnite soon : tbet will leave 27 miles to reach the ter mination of the road this way from Erie. mg-Tne Mifflioburg Telrgriph calls for Literary Society for the comiog winter eeason....Urgea the preient as the time for planting shads trees. Serg. James Cleaver, is promoted to he 2d Lieat. in 6ih Penna. Reserves Gen. Cameron is nominated for Vice President on the name ticket with Father Abraham. (caTbe Copperh...

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 November 1863

OCTOBER AFTKRflrQON. Slow toward the westera sky Sink th golden October no : Longer grow the deepening shadows, And the day is nearly done. Rosy gleams the quiet river 'Neath the crimson-tinted sky ; White-winged vessels, wind-forsaken, On the waveleaa waten lie. Glow the autumn-tinted valleys, Oc the hills soft ihadowt rest, Growing warmer, purple glowing, Af the ana ainki toward the west. Slanting sunlight through the cedars, Scarlet maples all Arlow. . Long rays streaming throngs the forest, Uieam Uie dead leaves lying low. Golden sunlight on the cornfields, Glittering ripples on the stream, And the still pools in the meadow Catch the soft October gleam. Warmer grow the purple mountains, Lower sinks the glowing son, Soon will fade the streaming sunlight See, the day is nearly done ! Honey Beet. TWO QUEEN BEE III A BIVI. It. B. Olott, Union Co., Pa., in Nov. Jio. of the American Agriculturist, makes the following statement : " Some time in July last, having a queen be at my dis po...

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 November 1863

MOT IWM1WW OTAUD AM ; ;f JWMMlfcliM(PlT! BY 0. N. wOKUJSn ABU J. Ii. WUXLLWO. at $L per Tear, always la Asjraaea. HUmSKB UW-VKEklT TtesiiJ MorniKJ fc Friday AflfTOOOn. ' FSB PMXIDm, Abraham L ixoln aa-W. kli ik tab A t'nan.irr. vis the firil paper to formally propose - heva beard aumerous rrpoo?e to the ' to tbe proposal, aDd no objection, n. P. i TOU ana uov. vonm nac vera wanicti aa .. . Vice Preaideol ? ery strong names. But . . . . ... . . .. .. i...- . r-. .- .... I j .. ear opinion ui eeea inat youm w. otma, Andrew Johnson, or aom. other Southern Union -no rT ' ' . allegstie.. of gig.ati. impositions. If by tba Rebel-ion, . bould be - rf w Li-a- of Lincoln, no. on , from policy, but or , eb jn.ua. I. 18S0 a lUpnblu-. rn.n.og for : V . Fr,dent, ,, . 81.- 8..e, .ou.d Re ' '..JlT I' "l!iBonn.,,lb;.-M. larg. i.ere-e Kebellmn ; we trail it will be far different : ' - iaei !t .!....-- .r 'nfto'es oeer ny prior election, jet we in 186. ' Leae tbit station for after t r . . . . u . 1 ...

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 November 1863

h oun . idol: , J Close the door lightly,' ; v' Bridle the, breath, V ; -j : Our little earth -an rsl f s talking with Death. . Gently he wooe her, 'v-'9ii wishes to SUy,' --''" Hi arms are about her lie heirs her away. ' t Musio eoBies floating ' 4 t :7K.r,-r -.-Down from the done, Angels are chanting ' ' V be sweet welcome home. " . Come, sldckiio weeper I v -1 Come to the bed ; y , i;6in 09 the sleeper - 5 . Our idol ia dead ! Smooth out the ringlets ; ' Close the blae eye No wonder such beauty Was claimed in the sky ; Cross the hands eutly O'er the white breast," So lite a wild spirit .. Straved from the blest: .-: v Bear her out softly, , ' . '. This idol of oars ; Let her prave-sluicber Uff'tiildHie sweet flowers. A Substitute, croBa-txaniaed. "Whals roftr iaae r '.' 'Jh'8oiiili." save I. 1- ''Where wer you born ?' t 'Pdut.k. Wains." - ' Wht did your grandmother dm of?" . "Hlamed if I know." saj I. . "Call it happentsp." gays bt. "And 1 year .grandfather, too." i a dno'l care ...

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. — 10 November 1863

in ill! n 11 11 it isiidig miii JJJIJ BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. At tlAO per Tear, always la Advance. FIBLIhllKD RrMI-WrKhU Tuesday Morn ins; k Friday Afternoon. FOB rKKMUFT, Abraham Lincoln Truthful Tribute. Daniel S. I'h'kisson, the " Democrat ic war-horse of New York," wbnse mem ory reaches back to tbe War of 1S12, in a recent epeecb laid tbat I'rrtiUnt JiWi sow anl hit Almimutralinn, mu'le nine fnistahrt tchere I'rcti'lent Limrtii make erne. None are perfeot, either io judg J01' Pres. meat nr di.Doeilioo. but we believe Liocolo bus shown s much good sense ad prmcticl sagacity, in bin unexpected cess, nnd "tho more they have the and nocl dilemmas, as toy man ever ex- more tliey want." bibited. Traitors were PrePred tod plot- These evils can not he cured l.y ling against bira.one.ery b.oi ; but be Ecos..Mr.or CSTlitr. austisente . 6 6 .. ,,. . I )V THE I'WT (IF CONSUMERS. IS THE ha enutrived to thwart them, to raise men , . lf r .. . , chihk cemeoy. Manv of these spec an...

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. — 10 November 1863

The Ballad of Boss Bagshaw. Boss Uajplisw was a cobliel.er f)nc liviu' at Hull's Head, Where long lie wax-ed stout and fat Aj well as liis slioe thread. A lid while lie sewed not what he reaped; lie ripped what he li.nl sewed, And aluior-t apostolic care For wayworn soles he showed. The Boss a doctor never was, Though often did he hrel, And kips aud calfs he did cut np All for the public weal. While he could neither writ nor read, The shoeless were aware That for the uiiJersUuJiu' ho Did exercise a care. No evil fortune, snmil or preat, Could make his spirit fall ; He even sang riht merrily When he once lost his awl. And even to his dyin' day, Of Uajphaw be it told, lie never sold a leaky boot, Though such he oft hall'-soled. The Boss a loyal tradexmau was, What hated rebel foes What frowned upon the Copperheads, And scowled at copper toes. Once he, from too much driuk, was in A state of lcthcr-py, When thieves made booty of his shoes, And with them they did flee. When he came to, s...

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 November 1863

III Mil MI ill 111 iSlM Mill J JIM BY 0. N. WOKDEN AND J. At !. Per e"er, always In Advance. WittfSW KfMI-WKrKlT ITuesJay Murnin? & Friday Afternoon. 5f ' - -"' - FUB rKHIMVT. 'ABRAHAM aojrTbe 1'iovost Guard bate up tbrir 'Beats around tbe Court House. Tbe dsten- jo of the morning train until noon kept irk Messrs. Clament and Charlton of the pi'tard, who are ta pass npoo tbe Drafted Plao in tba following order: VrnU., Mth . Bratfr. fuffiln.. atutdy. Hlh fcji-t ttutfa.. W..t nafTal.,llartly. MMd.y, ltttta K.lljr. Levi, ll.rU.lou. TMd.r. 17th Lttttrr. W.dnM4.r. l!1li l.im-l'.ii..Mifflinbtirg,rw B01-IIB. ' nandajr, ista v.ko, mt. iMr. VW7.' m, F.Tt week ,ok preparatory aieps to throw off tbe oeubu of Slavery. Gen. Goldbroueh, . TT j . 1 it Kuuucipaluuist and Unconditional Uo- . - o ...... . . i louiau nae over zu.uuu any. tor liompiroi - ler, against a Democratic, Conservative, Union as it was-ist. Tba Legislature the m ma tort of a majority, fc.tur Coni - rette - - i i i i i aieo ...

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 November 1863

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBUKG CUKUMCLKMn . 1:,, m. What "Home1 should he. By "Dona Ouixwiu." i U Cornhill MafaiUM. Two tiirds within one nest ; Two hearts within one breast ; Two touU withiu one fair. Firm league, of love ami prayer, Together bound for aje, together blessed. An ear that waits to catch A hand upon the latch ; A step that hastens its sweet rest to win ; A world of care without, A world of strife stint out, A world of love shut in. Soiling Cattle Horses dales. Col. A. K. M'Cixrb, of the Chara- Lcrsburg '"Repository, seems to be good at almost anything he takes hold of, and is now one of the heavy farmers of Cumberland Valley. In a late number of his paper, under the head of "War's Lessons to Farmers," he objects to restoring the fences ta ken away by both armies recently, and gives the following good reasons therefor. Pasturing enr heavy clay land., is the work of death. If wet and soft, wherever a hoof treads the surface, it hakes, and the air, one of the best of ...

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 November 1863

W1I CI11ID JUJJll "THE UXIO.V established in 1814YImU No, j,s43. BY 0. WOKDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION C0M PA., TUESDAY, NOV. 17, 1863. "CHKOXICLE," ftabllshcd Id 1843 Whole Ne, l.Oil. At ftl-W V Tear, alwaya In Advance. mi riKLIMIKO Kl-rflU Try Mornins & Friday Afternoon. ik niLsinrvT, A mi a ii a si Lincoln rjtf-Tbe examination of our defied men DiUf snbacu, of tbe Lock flaven Demo it going on quietlj but thoroughly. Tbe cruL 1 paper,5tb Nov., be commen fjllnwing is the order : j ces ao article wi:h tbe annexed prophecy : ru. T; i. 1 -rI Froidrnt Tar fa a re. Ytiiaw4. Wh- -Uaifrt-.r Miff :nlrf.NTew Ber'.iaa. Tbura.lay. ivta "0. a mle vwr. i it than the Man in tbe Moon b.. Kie?rt f r pureWprufe.i.i,G.l adfice.and nifkine t. i t .. vpoo tbe tears or ignorance 01 ro. o, is .beer sw.naung. ... tne ea.eneu pros- ecntioo ot such importers sbouid be Uine ir 1, , 1 , j -r.. J cnce'uaiiy. lie auers . warn every uraneu turn on this point. Inmrovements in Lewisburr. Amn. .be...

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 November 1863

a HY-ANTIMJY. TLara'a a little niiscbief maker That ia st.aling L:ilf our 111, t'koU:Ling picture, in a dream-Loci, WLii-h ai uer .-ii in thin ; Jiishiu from u'-ir lijis tLc jilcaeure Of tii truxut while e iL You way know tVi uiincliief maker, Fur Lis uiiiuti U ''lij-aul-bj." lie u aiu'u by our Iicartli-sti.tiet, With bia ly, Ltwifliiug glance, VbisjH-rin of the. coming luurruw, Aj tlit ia! hours advance. Xoitaring 'mid our calm reflection?, Hiding firms of Irnauty niU, lle'a a ainooth, deceitful fellow, Thin eocbanter, "Uv-aud-ly." You may Idow bim by bis miuciug, Hj bis carli-sn, (.furtive air, By bin i1 y, obtrusive j.resence, Tbu U ttmying everywhere ; 15y the troj.bio uliiih be gather, Wluro bis cheated vw-tiuia lie, For a bold, determined fellow, Is the concjucrcr, "JJy-and-ljr." When the call of duty baatit tie, And tho jirewcut aoenw to be AH tbe tiftic that ever mortal h'nateh from long eternity, Then a fairy band went painting J'ioture on a distant ky, For a tunning little...

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. — 17 November 1863

BY-AND-DY. Tbera'a little mischief maker That it stealing half our Mix, Sketching pictures, in a dreara-land, Which are never eoen in this ; Plashing from our lips the pleasure Of tli present while we i;:h You rosy know this mischief maker, For his nauio is ''lty-aud-by." lie is sitting by our hearth-stones, ' With lii sly, bewitching glanro, Whispering of the coming morrow, As the ftoeial hours advance. Xoitering 'mid our calm reflections, Hiding forms of beauty nigh, He's a smooth, deceitful fellow, This enchanter, "iJy-aud-by." Yon may know him by his mincing, ly his careless, sportive air, By his sly, obtrusive presence, That is straying everywhere; Hy the trophies which he gathers, Whero his cheated victim lio, For a bold, determined fellow, Is the conijucrer, 'J5y-and-by." When the calls of duty haunt un, And the prescut seems to be All the time that ever mortals Fnateh from long eternity, Then a fairy band seems painting Pictures on a distaut sky, For a cunning little artist ...

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 November 1863

If Will SM If D1MIW Ml BY 0. ' WOBDEN AND J. At a I -to per Year, alvraya rigUSHKB aEsl-wltKalT Juestt? M'trnins It Friday Afternoon. Abu ah am Lincoln MTA good Illinni F.rm ii ' Urt'J coder oor Real K.'ete bead to-day, at,d alto ooe in Kelly township. M)T"1 brf e Copt were bound oer -0 Court oo charge af eonspiracy to defraud L'oioe county drafted men. WWt lcaro that eghteen peraoo ware received ioto lie Metb.-d.at Epiacopal CLarch of tbia place, lat Sabbath. ajavbe aut'e brought against Sinmo Cameron foralle-red illegal arrests and fa!.e i-rprioimeoi, by aroie li.ltiu.ore Sece.s oiaia, Lave beta ailbdraa?o by the prot eeutora. dsTlo conaequetioe of tbe deplorable eoadiiioo f our priaoutri at Ricbmoad, arn-e apera re(OtLld that ao eiptdi ' 1"U'UVU or a" UJCU f.r ih. .neei. tarnnaa of -.rt -,.i relieving them, ly n.arebieg right lo K-cf mord, and aetiirg ibrm free. Such an eir.editio wruid le ten n.erdble, atd to doubt s foii if fft UOUO Bfo eowld ha raieed for it in a few weeka. o ...

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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