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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 20 November 1863

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG ClUlONICLE-NOV. 20, 1803. Fro tbaContinaatal afoathly. The Two Southern mothers. Heard you not the diu bf battle, ("annua s roar, and musket's rattle, Chub, of sword, and shriek of shell, Victor's shout, and vantjuisheJ's jell ? Sw yon not yntt scene of slaughter, Ilatnaa bkmJ poured out like water ? Northern valor, Southern pride, Slern resolve on either bide ! Cheering ou his flagging men, K diving to the charge again, Comes a bullet, churned with grid, Strikes the brave Confederate chief. Iown he falls amid the rtrife, Horses trampling out his life : Scarce can his retreating force Find mid save his mangled corse. TTome they bore Lim to Lis u otl.cr He was all she had none other: Voful mother '. who can borrow Words to taint her frautic sorrow ? As shffm iumcl her slaughtered brave, Came and Sjiuke her aged slave, Came and sjiaka with suleuin brow : 'Alissb, we is even, now. "I had ten, and you had one ; Now, we're even all are gone : Not oue Ml ...

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 November 1863

am m m to JJJUII BY 0. X. WOKDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, NOV. 24, 1863. "CnRONICLE," established in IS13 Vhole No, 1,025. At per Year, always la Advance. ill riBlimKB f Hl-alKall Tuesday Murnin? k Friday Afternoon. for pRBiiim. Ark ah A9i Lincoln M-We bad copi-us r.io laat Satur - dsy, accompanied by thunder. - -CollectioD8 for our suffering prison- era at Richmond will be taken up at both cfeDti,e 0 ,n9 olher) DM bol r,rel, beeo believe, diiloyal men. Oibera were igno services ia tbia place, on Thanksgiving tdatilttA iolo oar paper with our koowl- rant of their real ebaraoter, aod the great-IJ- i ,A.m .nd eonarnt : bat aame time aso. eat number were led away by the well " " - I-Tbe Lsdies' Aid Society int.od .ending boxes of sarp.ie. to the U. 8. Paoit.ry Commission as early as possible after Tbaokeeivtog day. Frui's to be sent to Mrs. Jaa.es 'Sirs. Dickson. Hayes, sad clothing to Tbe Bosrd of Examiner, finished tbeir woik for tb.s county, (with tbs...

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 November 1863

tram tbe Bruit 0.'W ) Eiaoaitor, See. II. The Americas War. Allowing the present tqnalirj of tbt Sold, what bat been tbe efleeta of tba war oo bath North and Sooth, at 4 what it the present posilioa of the two parties 7 Tba want of fanda by tba Sooth ia now beginning to ba felt with terriblt eeveritj. Taking the aeeooola of Soatbero writers in tba Southern Freta and we Sod that artielea of prime oeettti tj, especially all kindt of provisiont, are bringing fabulous prieea. That tba prioei hare tinea from twenty to forty and even a hundred timet what tbey were before (he Rebellion broke out Thia proves two things. First, that tba 8onibern money baa wonderfully depreciated in value, and at the tame time the tearcity of provisions bat really become alarming. The fact that forced loan and forced aeixuret of provisioni are now the only means left by which tba South can raise, elotbe, feed and equip ita armiea, ahow to what ttraita they are already reduced, This state of things can net ver...

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 November 1863

Ill BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. 41 $l.ftO per Tear, alwayn In Advance. Tuesday Morning & Friday Afternoon, j FOB TnESIBMT, j Anll ... ... f , v . . , v V B It A II A .11 I a I t U li .H - - ' xjmKy requeat, Kev. Dr. Dickson will ' repeat hit Thanksgiving sermon, Sunday , evening neit, in lbs Methodist ebureb. I 6: -. . ., el -'.i..v I ervioe tooomoienee at oj o cir. i gj-Vt are requested to give Dotiee that t Boo. Amos MTKRd.M.C. from the Clariooj I. AMos JlTKHd.-n. v. irom toe uiarioii ... .... i-j. riot, wi address tbe people, at lnoe - i lent Hall, To-morrow (Saturday) eve- distrioi, f"""' v . " ring, ii it o cioca. na sa tv -m 0I ijbrist as evmlog again in all- excellent speaker. ! subduiog puwer aod glory we gratefully 7 ; . , i proloug our homage by tbia altar of fieri- eajf-Tbauksgivingdav obaervtd by I fioe QD , g. of doHer,acei 00 lbi tor eitixent generally, in the suspension of moUMt 0f salvation, within the fiery and liutiDese. Religious services, wiorniogend 't bloody lin...

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 November 1863

VI fraa All The Year Kauai. Things that Never Die. The. pure, the bright, the beautiful, Tuat stirred our hearts in youth, Jh impulse to a worlJless prayer, The ii reams tf luve and truth ; The lotijrinv's aftor soniotliiti:; lust, The spirit's yearning ery The Mrivins after better hopes Thve things cau never die. The timi l ham strotcheJ forth to aM -A brother iu his need, The kindly wurd iu Griefs dart hour, .That proves a friend indeed ; The plea fur mTcy, softly breathed, Whoa justice threatens hurh, The sorrow of a contrite heart Tliee tlHt?gs shall uevcr die. The ntfinory of a clae-tiingLautl, The pressure of a kiss And all the trifles, sweet and frail. That makes up love's Grst bliss j it with a firm, uuchaniiin!! faith, And holy trnst and Iiig,h, met, Those- hands have clasped, those lips have These things shall never die. The eruel and the bitter word, .That wounded as it fell ; Tfie chilling want of sympathy, We feel, but never tell ; Tc hard repulse, that chills the heart...

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. — 1 December 1863

ill! mi Diii l;IIWlwjJjIo IiIE L'M'-'N." estaSlisieJ in I SI t Whole So- 2,615. V.'OHDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, DEC. 1, 18C3. niROX'Or.E." eslaMMeJ in lSWaule No, 1,024. (f 1.50 per ifnr, aiuays in abiicc. rrr.u-ni:D sii-:f KLT Toey V.rnin & Friday Afternoon Ann til .V",fT. 'V -IXUl" l cmirreading them. Waot.FsoMB l.j Geo. Thomas bu iasoed General Orders di-booor.bly dis- . . . P ... ,;, 15 Cin. " V-"ri ..iui-, . - c for various offeoces.ioeludiog drunkenness, feigniog sickness spreading f.lse rumor., Bermittini! moo ti plunder, misbehavior io Lot of .be BCt, ibeful eowtrdiee, iroot 01 me rBe .! grow disloytlty, a.-nooe. pr.c.c, -u- CDJuctaubecomiog officer, tod gentlemen, . . . v,f5oo. noli - F-liangiioF, b m . . ay, wtt this vetr ptrticipt'ed io, we De- liee, by til the loyal Sutes, the Gofer Bors concurring io the day suggested by ih Pri.inL Kidioff that day from ...... . J:! J'b.ladelpb.. to li.msourg, o, n..oB and Lebanon, we bad oec.M.m to...

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. — 1 December 1863

i 1 : : TllUST, & PERSEVERE. EY OLIVER OAKWOOD. Parent! is II fii'p vening clouded? Has the Fiiulis;lit ceased to aliiue ? Is tlie etirth in dai kiie.s fliromieJ, W'ouldrtt tlicju at thy lut repiiie? C'liecr up, dear oue ! let thy vision Look above : see ! lijtlit is near ! Soon will cmne the nest transition ; - "Trust iu l.ix and persevere !'' Sister ! have life's hope., receded, Its dazzling visions proved all vain, Friends proved false when mostly needed, Foes rejiiicin at thy pain ? l'e-pair not, en eetest ! there's blessing Waiting fur thee 1 cast out fear; Foes fnrjriviiiir, sins confessing, 'Trust in (.JoJ and persevere !" Bridlier ! all thinjrs 'round are calling, Villi united voice, IJe strong! Though the wrongs of time be galling, They must lose their strength ere lone. left, my brother ! though lile 8 trouble J'rive thee near to dark d'.-spair, Foon 'twill vanish like a bubble ; "Trust in God aud persevere !'' Flo rrom His high throne in heaven Watelies every step we ...

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. — 4 December 1863

1 jumi BY 0. ' WORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS, LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, DEC. 4, 1863. CHRONICLE," established io 1843 a.1 l-0 per Tear, always In Advance Ill Will SIM IffllM CIMIC A vw a w v . w a) - tW A1 Vas) yW TOtole No, 1,024. TaesJay Morning k Friday JUternoos. ran rBKMnr.vr. Abraham I IXCOLV -There .re 150.000 men, no. iuth.j Ary, --u 7 T : , ',. Far ton. a. is tue neoeuiou, n u'j " . . . i k. part of wisaoaa ana rue ccuuumj .k m.n'. nlmee. be .arplied : indeed, it i. ..r. r,l.n tn secure what we g mg UUil .a w ' . . . . innuu For ,.V' .h. Weaideot asks for more ' . ao mm iTninn :. . 5iQ OllO ITnion BBtO. Ur OiaWM w6i -. - - I lnr M1U II W w'ivwl k i. ... 250 enouab to ebare i. say e oonty'. .h 91 eomDamra. These men go at - - " t DM to fill P ie'y16 regiment. moco batur for the man, and for the aertice, than to waste months in forming new or- m k ...I.M.iocr. reduce KTJfa that n.mber. (See the Uor- or'. Proelamatioo, responsive to tbe PrMideot'a.) Shall Union county no...

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. — 4 December 1863

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CURONICLE-DEC. 4, 1863. ! t The Consecration at Gettysburg, BY CHARLES HKNftY BROCK. Feaee ! to-day a Nation's Gut Mclhrwi into Sabbath ijuiet Villajre hum and city riot. On tlie mountains, wan November l .i . 'bis her sad ami golden euiLer Oi'trie glory wo remember: L'te the grand, tmbnried glory, H i-rocs of our J-ummer story, Writ and left n valleys pory ! Now a Na'.inii's hearts are dosting Ou the tak- an J ryes are noting All htrr banners half-mast floating! Loo;! funereil line? are roeeting, And fuuered drums are beating, Where the i'oeuiau locked their greeting. And the Nation' mourners Bean her, liaising now the starry banner, O'er her grand funereal manor 1 O'er the manor, where th' invader, Far iu reeking furrows, laid her Children, who so well obeyed her. Scattered mourners dry your weeping, For a Nation' UiJtirt is keeping Vigil, where your loves are sleeping. Sage and Poet ! spare your praises, On each mound a loftier lay U Wafted by th...

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 December 1863

I ttlTf Sill AN llfll mxsm TTST "THE UXIOX," established in 1SI4 Whale Nu 2,646. BY 0. ' WOKDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA. TUESDAY, DEC. 8, 1863. "CnROXirLEr establNbpd h lS43TnioleXfL, 1.W5. 41 .l.s prr Tear, always In Advance. m piciMH.rt sKMi-k.tku JaesJaV M'tminS & Fri'laV AflemOOB. - - km: riiKMi rxr. AHItAIIAM IjINCOLN - ----- ' W.C,.urt iu Snvder county. Monday. 14 h Dte.inst. Iu Union ouuty, .Ut IDSt. t-More taluable Real Estate f.r sale Bmooe our Nc Advertisement to-day. The Belli property, iu Limestone, mutt g nowtteod to it, ye who went bar- gt;cs Z .. -.. Mmet yesterday, Q-l,""li.-". - . . 1 friend, of the Administration bops o j , nnee to business. Tl c j Presi'ient'e Messge be looked for th much interest by people of serious " and we shall issue it as oun as ,leW', r"'" ... - , tar- very Urge cnncoure or people attended the bunal of Jjbn V. Deibert at th? White Deer German ehurcb yard, F.tnHsy last. We undr.tsod an older Irother of this brae mur...

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 December 1863

1 UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE DEC. 8. 1803. . t ti i 1 of deop pea of A CARELESS WORD. A word U ringing in n.y bruin : It was not meant to pive me paio, It had no tone to bid it utay When other things haJ passed away, It had no meaning more thau all Which in an idle hour full ; It wa, when first the sound I heard, A lightly uttered, careless word. That word O ! it doth haunt me now, In scenes of joy, in scenes of woe ; y night, by day, in son or shade, With the half smile that gently laycd Keproachfully, and gave the sound Eternal powur throngh life to wound J There Is no voice, I ever heard, So deeply fixed, as that one word. It was the first, the only one (Jf tlx we. which lina for ever cone Breathed in their love, which had forme llehuke of harshness at my glee ; And if those lips were here to say, "Beloved, let it pans away," Ah ! then perchance but I hare heard The last dear tone, the careless word ! Oh ! ye who, meeting, sitrfc to Ttnrt, Whose words are treasur...

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. — 11 December 1863

pi mm h BY 0. " BORDEN AND J. ai.ao per Tear, always la Advance riELI'HKD MMl-wSmi .!av Mttmin? & Friday Afternoon. TOR ntrslUIST. Am: All AM 1 IvnikT.V laTWitb lo-day'e pper, we snd to " - - - " 1 ufcribM an Kilt MA t Chronicle containing the l'r,deof. Message and other muter. It ie adorn- Ik IB wfiu xneot cbeiaeteristie of tic honest, straight forward UMUU, aLO win re reaa ty . ...... . .... ii lucre at coee than aoy other State paptr ever ioued. It commands the respect of 11 catdid men. Header! show it 10 such tf joor ttigLbors aa jou maj thiik do tot have it. psJVeftwari the atar tf empire tales i'e way," leadicg naturally to the loan Lvs in ChamberUu's Addition to IVn-M urg. See Ads'ts among other new Krai K-tate for Sale or Kent in to-day's r,r,r laTThe tote f,r Mr. Colfax, fpeak-r tf tte Nations! Huuse, is somewhat larger tiian we acticipited. The l'ro-S!aery I'uifn Clerk (Ciheridge) bad d-orped ecruh real Members, and put cd enough lir-u? nm9, it was hoped, to make coc f...

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 December 1863

a. Decisive Argument. Vy one lit'cisive argument 0 ilfs ptiti d hia Iiv-ly Kate's conwnt To Ex tlie wed'iiiitr d::y "Why in mk-U haste, dear tS ilea, to wed t 1 fliall not change liiy niinJ," she said; "liut tin ii," nays he, "I MAY." aW"'Niw is the time" cay the Cops, in view of Uui in victories, "to CPtrjpnniise, and give the UebcU" all they want. Yes, when the scoundrels are nearly punished, e should get on our knees, brg their pardon, and yield up to them! When Jc1ton had whipprd the Uritirh at Now Orleans he fluu'd have thrown down his arms, and. let tho Iiritish have their own way ! When a Qiao commences an unj'ist lawsuit agsinst you, tod it is decided iii your faor,jou should be "oiagnaaimoa"," pay the cos's, ai d let him lava the verv point in dispute! When Oornwallts was captured, cur fathers ought forthwith to hate "exhibited a brotherly spirit," and gone to tuulher liritjin and "restored the Union as it was." O yes ' if these Cop perhead traitors can't triumph by force, ...

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. — 11 December 1863

III! Ud n fi ULIjMJfl JiQili 11 luiiiD STAR AND CUROXICLE. The President's Message PROCLAMATION OF AMNESTY. Wasnuroww, Dec. 9, 1803. Fell jk allien! of tht Senile and Uoute of Rtpn- taLnitn: Another year of health, ami ol sum citDtly abundant harvests, has passed. Far tbesa, act! especial y for the improved condition cf out National affairs, our rtci itel arid pro found gratitude to God is due. We remain in ncaca ami fiiondship with fmeicu cower The iff xti of disloyal citisens of the United States, to involve ns in foreign war', to aid an inexcusable insurrection, have keen unavailing. ller Britannia Majesty s Government, as was justly expected, have tier-laid tbeir authority 10 ore vent the departure ot new hostile expo dittoes (rem British ports. The Emperor cf France has. ty a like prec eding;, promptly via dica'ei the neutrality which be proclaimed at the beginning cf tire c ntcst. Qiesrionsof great intricacy and importance have allien out ot the I lockade, ana otbei Del ligere...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 11 December 1863

TTTVTTfW rniTATTV. CT A D S. Truumimn mmirmTT, known, that whenever, in My of the State of Arkanai. Tex, Louisiana, llininlppi, Ten ncatee, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, and North Carolina, a number of perrons. Dot less thin one-tooth Id uumloi t.f the vote cut in inch Stftto at the Presi dential election of tiie few of oat Una nee thousand eisht hundred and sixty, each having tBk-m the oath aforesaid and cot having einci violated it, and being a qualified voter by the election law of the State existing Immediately before i he to called act of secession, and excluding all otbeta, eh ill re establish a State government which ehail be republican, and in nt wide contravening said oa'.b, such shall be recognised as the trns government of the State, and the btate shall receive tnereuo der the benefits cf the constitutional provision which declares that "Ihe United States shall guaneot, e to every State in thi i Union a repub lican form of government, asd shall protect each o...

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 December 1863

mm fib I "If If 1 km D SB Ml Lara 11 IJ I f ft BY 0. X. WOK DEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. it tl-ti l,'r Var, always In Advance. rii;u-:tn m-vii- kkkit- Tlii-y '!irRin- Fri'IaV AflrTIK.fiti. A nit A ii A 31 Lincoln Uaylce f. riued rn the Wts. Ilrancb, Friday, and there was au in:h of snow tut ti e rains of Sa'urday, Sunday, akd Monday set ail at it agiiu. J?oaje thuu der also on M inday. The sooner Ice is secured for the sum nier,the better; look out fur next chauce. How Times Change! leadiu.' Hcmncrsts A few year 11 over the free Mates iuobbi: Ann Mavrry speakers, drs'royrd thiir pr-er: in i'Utb, liflid mailr to burn t b ir ppers. N w, "free epeech atd free ret?'' is tte firat chapter of thrir creel. . . danger in any f our chip. The spieLiui "renosylvatita lljii" ms burnt-J iu I'tui td'a, amid general applause, berause it was dedicate! t Lbert).'' Tnis munth, Garrison lec'un.d in feac- tJ a brilliant HuJieuce, iu oe of tbe largest balls iu Pbilad., a3iut S.avery. H. Ward Jieecbtr, twent...

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 December 1863

OUR COUNTRY'S FUTURE. The pale November nun looks down on fields with battle red, .On bayonets' gleam, and sabres' flash, and rlanrini armies' tread ; T!ie It November wind in hoarse with cries of souls in pain, Borne upward from a thousand homes whose loved come not again. Fur, still War's ghastly pennon floats o'er river, plain and hill, O'er faces white wilb agony, ami pale lip ' crushed and still, Yet steadily, through blood and tears, the nation's mighty heart Beats stronger with the nobler aims that through hT pulses start. Though from (he darkness of hr past, the Eirypt oi her shame, TVhen her young limbs were braised with chains, her honor but a name, Through the Kid sea of judgment still her earnest steps mujt po, They've turned at la.t,thank God '. towards heights where purer sun-rays glow. Already her enfranchised brow bus caught the kindling light, Already rings the rally cry for Freedom and the right ! Oh ! not in vain our hopes, our prayers, have risen through the year...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 December 1863

in mm mi m m mm CM. mm BY 0. N. WORDEN AND 41 $lJVO per Tear, always In Advance. TarsdiS Mlirnin & Friday Afternoon, .mm HHi-iiitLi ' FOR rUEMItm. L INCOLN aa-Uoion County Court, at Lewisbarg, Monday oeit, 21st inst ' The year of subscription mob eloeea With some. Those desiring it ean embrace that ohasee to eeod ia again for the Stab k Cdbonici.i. laTWa learn that on Monday Isst.Hoo. Giorox ScnitABEtdied, in Williamsport, fall of years and hooors. He was daring OUj years a most osefal eitiien of Lew isbarg, and waa appoioted an Associate Judge of Union eonnty. SaTTaesday afternoon last, the train frara Harrisbnrg ran off the track above Liverpool, several ears being upset, the express agent badly bruised, and tha . express goods mostly burned. Revere! ears were broken, but passengers not seriously injured. So said passengers. (aTOn the28h nit., David Heckbn DOBN, of New Berlin, Pa., was takon pris oner, while going with a traio towards ' Orange Courthouse, Va. We understand he ...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 18 December 1863

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBUEG CHRONICLE DEC. 18, 1803. Hubert Kami! (u:nmii lll Una travel. Small, tba negro who brought the tenner Planter out of Charleston harbor two year aince, baa sioee that aebieve Bieat been in the service of tbe Govern uaeut. : He wik oo botrd the ill fated Keokuk at pilot a hen the was cut k in tbe " first attack ujktb Sumter by Ilupont, and baa ainea penetrated nearly every inlet and creek along the entire coast, and been under ira for days and aometinies weeks at a lime. After serving on inaoy vessel, . be again find liimso'f in tbe same ateam- er ha brought out of Charleston harbor. A raoent letter says : "A few days since, Col. F.lwoll required the services of this vesfel where eie would be liable to come under the fire of P.ebel guns. Tbe captain, a bfawoy white" bail or, refused to go. Tbe uiouiuut tbe fact became known, M. Kiwell issued tbe following order, whicb, for simple justice to a brave aud loyal negro, ifEeiaily ac knowlcdged, ha seldom b...

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. — 22 December 1863

ID TO in Diiw mi JUld llWIIIi Mil BY 0. X. WORDEN AND J. 4l ftJVO per Tear, alwaya rrRHMirB aKal-WEKal.T'- Ttfdty Mora ins & Friday Afternoon FOB flltMM T Abraham Lincoln iaTTbe DepartmeBts of the University at Lewieburg close ibeir first Winter Tern, Wednesday, 234 iot , to resume on Taes dj, 5th January, 1864. Mr. Randolph's Academy re-cpeo Monday, 4th January, 1SG4. The eonrplirueuts of the eeuoa te all ho g", and all who 8,,y- sjarJodgea Woods, Will, and Simon- ton opened Court yesterday morning Geo. Scboch, Crier, in place of D. C. Eiifer, wbo ia iil ; and Xesbit and Schell, tip-atT. Wm. 8. Cliogao waa appointed Fore toan of the Grand Jury. The few eea up for trial indicate that all concerned msy cot their Cbristmaa Die nets at borne. The ea.e of Geddes, Marsh & Co., aa. Wb. Moore, waa taken Bp for trial. For the first time, suppose, during tbe thirty jtar' cotDtetioB of Geo. F. Miller, Erq., with the bar of Uuion coun ty, be i not pteseot and tbe fact Biakea large bole...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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