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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union County star and Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 December 1863

h. WASHINGTON. BT PARK BCNJAMI5. Of U the heroes who have shone On history's starry page, The light, the glory, and the firitlo Of each successive aire - TVbose name's the brightest and the best hoee fame the dearest won r Thoy are thiue own, iintierial West ! For thine is Washington. The luureht that auVn-n.t his brow, Are fresh as when they grew ; For he was first iu war and peace, A brave as he was true ; And from Oppression' iron prasp, ' With strong and constant baud, He ransotned all his countrymen, . And saved his native laud. Ia counsel wise, in prudence firm, And gpotlcos in renown, lie put away ambition' gauds, And fpurued a kindly ctowd ; Wealth had no lure to drag hiin down From his transreudvut place, Por doarcr than the world to him The freedom of his race. He was the Joshua of his time, All men obeyed his will, And in the valleys where he fought The sun and mono itood still : The soldier of the Lord, he went, Held by a mighty Hand, Till ho had passed the wilderness. 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. — 25 December 1863

T,rsrvr ivn T It l.0 Pr Year- nlwaysi TKaf,y Morning & FiiJay Aeraooi. FUB rilKMIlKNT, LINCOLN , --r - Abu A ii am End of another Volume. AYith to-day's paper eloes a yesr the 16th of the Senior work herc,aiiU Jtti 01 the Company's. Those who have paid up until this time, will please renin again .1...,. ,.r.,i..T. and we will do the best we can for the.n : those who find their l-aiier "stopped" may take it as a hint that 11 .. ., we ' want wmic more ol uieir : We now have to pay M 1 per weoK ci nnrd:iv for paper only. Lac" Kaeh fwholeishe. t costs us a cent, cash, before ' it is prii.tvd-say 55 et- a year f.r every jubscriber. Add to this our rent.1uel,n.k VMr of ttcri:il.wei p.id worVin. n,a.id UVINa,nd it will be seen that the profits on each of onr papers must be small. Most other papers have inrrensed their priee or reduced their sire, to correspond with the V. rhoose to trv the '-STAR i CUROSICI." at old rates a limi "c '- I rr .ilW .1K. difference in the expenses nf livin-...

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 December 1863

Ky Ted, Whits and Line. How wcli'-.too an 1 ltcrihod tl.c Colore, Tbat join in tin: fliij: f tl.c free 1 Vt'liorever tl.cy Mailt! in their ltsujf, i n laml, it tin- wave rolling cva, Tbe heart of eacli suMicr ib .-woliiujr, With onra'je unfiiiioliiiij: :ml jniv IT?"U start! ty tTitit Vvirtt.T, or pcrii-li, TLnf glows with the red.wliiu; and blue. Tha blossom's that . in the hna-1 rrttiries Art) briuhtasst and l'st t tuy it;ht, Those duiuty checks lu.nillt u itli aiuuou, Or pale with the iunwt tf white ; Or etuila with tho azure of June skic", " All diamond ovi-r w:th rffvr; 1 love every lawu in the willwtiofl That glows t ith the red, white and blue. But there is a f w.-rtcr nnaic Of colors, atifl hriirhtcr by far, Thau woodlnn - mii f.'-ast, or vm bniiner EuihU"ii: 1 with tinny :t Mar. Art never has jiain'-e ! a 'ie!uie, Po delicate, Lively and (rue, And na.tf.re work 1 hard at her f a--oT, rerftcting the red, white end blue. A maiden that siiijpi in ir.y hoiror, lias cheek of 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 December 1863

:1 r 1 f i i F' mr.ni mm huh F STAR MB Iff i BY 0. ' WORDEN AND J. 41 .1.5 per Tear, aluayi In Adsanc". rursJjj Mnrnias & Friday Afternoon. " " ton rcwjrtxr, Abraham Lincoln y End Of 1861 Some one lea the losses of the LuiiO IOTiastjnr.iuh... I . A. f.l'A. Jl alT,P, iil" L ,50,000 eoitiBg of tbe 2J, 3.1 and S-h Virginia ; C.n toy mao .ay that the follo-io 4 t0,,l 0f 90.00J, diblci or 1-wt for nmnoted iDfaatry, 14th TetiBy!nia1 ! estracts from reeot naoiber. of the " e- tb time. AUj 43 Urge gum tad 9,00'J I) .tson's battalion of catalry nd Eiag'j ingroe Tiaie'' (M;ailed Democratic (mall arms. ' batterr. 'paper do not " affji J aid aa J eomfort ta . The Rebeli lost 25 Jar enr. 45,000 At Salem, three depots were destroyed, tnemy ? mall irma, d probably 3Uf,000 men in CnDtaitiog two thousand barrel of fi ur, ; MThlJ jf a nic!rT ar, afld we wnald 4 ki!ld, wooded, pruonera, deaertera, akul- en tDOOn(j tasbaU of wheat, one bond- rise every D-ui(x:ral to liu-ow djicn kt armt kera.ie.4i ...

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 December 1863

1 ' 1 !H i' in TI I HUSBANDMAN. BY MBS. I.. H. MOOUUSEY. "Hato t hasoanlry, which Gftd hath ordaload." When the Creator s haud had placed In this Urrrw.tis4-I'l-difi, Man. iu fTis own high image furmed, Majestic and serene, Il ida lid this ruler of the glohe To moiiutiirj sumimLi guar t Or for tha wufc of gold am) gems la secrcu Liiuos exploit- ? Or the rods to atoms Mow ? Or toil the floods to steam ? Or with harpoon and hook transfix The people of the stream? Or with forge and hammer bring Enormous shape to liht ? 0" sludy til the midnight toil " Knwrapped the hraiu in uiht? Jvo 'twas the Arbiter's command, 'Mid that delightful plade, To "dress and keep the jrarden," where His Eden home was made ; And when no more his alien head In Paradise uiiirht rest, To till the earth from whence he came Was still his Sire's behest So, look not with an eje of scorn Upon the Farmer's state, Te voting and thoughtless sons of ease, With luxury elate. For beings of a purer phere A different ballan...

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 January 1864

COUNT I Ill Ml MIIIIM BY 0. N. WORDEN AND J. At tl.HO per 1'etir, always In Advance. Tar Morning & Friday After-., i""" ......... FOB MKSlliKXT, Abraham j I VPflT, V - jgy" 'Tl FIFTY TF.AR3 incr" Andrew Kennedy, (Junior) lumbered up from tbc then large town of Northumberland to rising Youngmanstown (Mifflinburg.) with a small assortment of printing material, for the recently orptiuzoJ county ot award and army diseases were suffered, aoldiera were drafted, tax were heavy, and the Government was injured by hon est but sadly mistaken men. "The I'mon" of that day was but half the sisc of the - fall "Star & Chronicle," had news a week. or so old, and was "afforded" at Two J)ollars per year! - The history of the fifty years since i then, would be a most fruitful topic for ! the pen but we forbear. Three fourths j of our readers were born since that day. j Mr. Kennedy, the first printer, still sur-j vives, in a hearty good old boyhood, and j Is diligently kwpiii the papers aud doin...

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 January 1864

fkee ' I i .1 . ; ' T-. t i .i lb Iron tbs Mew Tots Brain font. UIES TU 1 CUut.l Mil WHO bAlS U1TBRI C .VOt A St.. - j k'iu to Kay, and sell, ami boll i Tlie negro in his gelling gyves, And pocket the Mnoil-crugtcj guM, Tho price of lmiann hearts and lives 7 J?o iiil to steal an African, And rub him of each sacred ri:lit, " ipe from hi brow the stamp of man, And blot tho stars out of bis night 7 No nn to score bio quivering back With the rod lash dripping there, Because bis Maker made him black. Thickened his lips and crisped his hair ? No sin to toar bis frantic wife From bis outreaching arms of love ; TVhat God has joined, divorce fur life, Though Heaven forbids it from above 7 Ho hin to steal the clinging child From the fond mother's dear embrace, And leave ber brokeu hearted, wild, And crazed, to curse her ebon race 1 God gave the black a living soul, A conscience, and a heart to feel ; Wrote freedom on his spirit's scroll, And sealed it with his holy seal. TVoe unto him who bre...

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. — 5 January 1864

M 11 1 1111 n "5T7TI m 81 BY 0. WOEDEX AND J. jit .l-5 P" Tear, alwajn .IBIIMII.D SEHI-KESLI TufSjar Mornin it Friday AfteniooB. Ac hah am Lincoln taT Now is the time to 11 your lee- j more by 11 o'clock, that night, when we houses whilo the ice-rusher has an aLun- J were np aod ready. A drixxlicg rain dance of it on hand of a superior quality. eommeiieed falling, and tbe nigbt wag . , , ( pretty dark, which greatly fafcred us. J-Our Carrier Kq-ete us to thank , in,ructtd b,t our dutJ Lis friends in frrwn for4tl.eir unusually lib- , (j fce qaie M po6sibIe. 0ar end contribution of ' legal tenders on . w ,ak, ,be idDee, followed New Yearjs day. j by h j.iC,n jn Gen. Gilei A Smith BIIarrist.urg has been seiied with j (0ur ieeood Col. and new brigade eom the inflation mauia. At market, the oth- j m.odcr) waa with as. At 11, we fell in ermorninsr. butter quitsd as high as 40 j ioa .d marcbed to the boate and from cU. rr pound, and egg 40 cts. per doien. j (0 15 men were pat ia each boat,...

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 January 1864

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEW1SBU1W CHRONICLE. Ia the HospitaL BT CAHdMNE A. B01AKB. . Pear M.rther, in my fat tweet home, ' A lady asi.fi nc vwtenlay, If on the nun-row she should couip, Ami write to those now far awny, Yet near ia thought to my poor hi-art And pn-cious as the hlooJ it gave So lately in that glorious part, The patriot's" btrife our land to save. AnJ, Mother, I am glad to speak A few fond words to you before 1 shall go hence, and they who seek For me shall fiuJ me here no more. . I mrfTer not, but since I lay n this low b'-d the dear old times At home come back, and day by day . Old scenes float by .like faryswcvl chimes. -Our cottage once again I see ' Thick veiled ill vims that muud it cling; Tliu rustic seat that used to be Mv rtudy, down beside the spring ; The -Baldwin" tree, c!o-e by th gate That led into the quiet lane W here .Sis. and Carlo ued to wait . For me wheu I came home again. The grapes are purpling "n the wall, The woodbine crimMus in the mm, . 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. — 8 January 1864

0mmimmirmamram 1 W """ rTI l"lt""'Tn r "7 --f " ill WIT! S 111 1 111 IiIM illlllM 'THE L'NIO.NV established io lMiWMe N.. tsuu, WOIIDKN AND J. II. CORNELIUS. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, JAN. 8, 18Gi w if I..V per Tear, always In Advance. ''ttraoWaF, esfaWhhe.1 in 1843 Wtknfr K. 1M9. A J i riiiitsiir.B hrui-v. mm Tinfa' Mitrnins; Si Friday Afternoon. ntr. pu:iieT, Abu ah am Lincoln mmt tinder our Heal bead, to- j. . - n,.tiP i advertised. Per- .ihin,r huildiniHots in i.roiimi'y to town, wnuld do well to t.ke a look at Mr. Nesbil's lots, over tbe river. l.Uev. DrTH.rbaath Ve formally -MH...ed the Theolneie.l Professorship at Mercereburg, Pa. , ieji.It.-v. J. H. Vincent lias been lecu - .ting before the Young Mm.. Christian lluIadttlta th Auoeiaiinn, in &, uu .-.wo.-., Surer are ipnseo oi in ine uiguvo. by the Krie Z'uii Wdr gentleman from the country wiabes u to ri'4'ieat the ciincus of the LorouL'h to discontinue the Dretice of . r . I . 1. . I. - l.rn,. . of u'" ,n' - - 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. — 8 January 1864

A Frightened Darkey. A enrraspoadent of th Baltimore aMr icam gives the fallowing : Daring a recent visit to Port Royal I f Lid witnessed with considerable iotcreit the operations of ibe divers employed to - clean tie bottoms of the Monitors, and perform other operations under tba water. The principal diver appropriately named Waters is so used to this work that ba . l became almost amphibious, remaining fur fife or sis hours at a lime under water. A man of herculean strength and propor tions, when clad in bis submarine armor be becomes monstrous io siie and appear nnoe. Waters bis his own ideas of a joke, and when be has a carious audience Will wave bis sersper about as " bo bobs around" on the water, with the air of a veritible river god. One of bis best jokes the better - fur being a faot occurred last summer. Whilst be was employed sersp:ng the Lull of one of the monitors, a negro from one of the np river plantations came alongside with a boat load of watermelons. Whilst busy se...

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. — 8 January 1864

A ST AR AND CHRONICLEHGOVERNOR'S UEaSAO, T71 vrT r llll l l; IIP f ll" llll I 1 I 111 II II I f I I I it ;. in hi T. taruui'i lMiii ' , W fc bo room to refer at length, to day, m tbi eoraruor's Message. It ls document, ja-sver, which will repay psrasnl, and after a osim consideration of Its statements and senti meat. it cannot ill to matt tha hearty appro val of all who are sincerely devote! to tb honor aud prosperity of the Commoal'h. Hereafter we aball refer to the memag Bum at length. - Wfco ara the OfBee Hutm newt Toe diegracafol delay which has attaoded tha organisation of the Senate, la not made a matter of principle by the minority sogaged In this baslnee. Tbe men who are waiting thousands cf duUart of tbe people's money by this delay, and tbna ad Jlog largely to the pabUe tardea, htvs no principle at stake In the matter, and are contending ooly for plunder. They want oSoes for their followers. Tbe lobbiai of tha Senate are crowded with hungry copperhead expectant, who are ab...

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. — 8 January 1864

D WW Pennsylvania Legislature. SENATE. " WsxansoAr, January 6, ISM The Senate met at 11 o'clock, a. m. Tbe Journal nt read and approved. . ania mooocu. " . Mr. JOHNSON. I wad In my plaoa a bill, ea titled "An act uwscrfbliur tba tlaa aad smb. Bar of submitting to tba people for their ap proval and ratification or rej dctloo tba prop Dead amendments to ih vouunnw. Mr. STEIN. I rlaa to a question of order llr point la tbls. that tba Senate oot being or ganised, and no rule hiring been adopted, no business ctn be transacted other than uu re- latloa- to omntzttlon. Mr. CONN ELL. I woold like to ask a ques tion of the Senator from Northampton bow fault It b that no rulea hve been adopted. The SPE&KErV The question of order bat already been decided by the Chair at a former session, it la not weu taken. Mr. SI KIN- I appeal from the Chair's ded lon. The SPEAKER. It teemi to the Chair tbat an appeal from the Speaker's decbloo having previously been taken, ana uie present quel tioa being...

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 January 1864

1 in "THE UNION," eatiWLstel la lSI4Wao!e N.- 2,651. BY 0. ' BORDEN AND J. R. CORNELIUS. . LEWISBUKG, UNION CO., PA., TUESDAY, JAN. 12, 1864. "CHRONICLE," established in IS 13 TVha!e No, 1,030. Will 1 6 jit $JH P" Tear. a'trays 1b Advance. niLint'B eri.Et-.ElT-- Ta?s'2j V'.irnin.; x rrmy .wiT-ona. ; 10" ri fM-tAT a . ' ' T . ..- . Abraham Lcoia. .TLe rittr t this pl.ce is ctoM bt ifc. ;,. " r.The Method,., in this pl.ee .re . ,7: ' SlVlUlOg J'II'HIimii itn-t. ma,. The Middlebure Y lLef mml hts passed ioto the binds of John It. toil. .Mr. Vo'kmtr b runoted the r Siee . . . ....... Of the Susqu,hanma ruuxj to Wiiliamr- port. aa Tb-n ia a rrrrnitioa fcsfre Cm- rr. t. .t One M.IIion Men o terte far tbre month, to finish np the K?.el- . liB. ThU i a fnsible prj-ct. and . l - i j tl.i v V. , . ., . - . for a. thorl a urm eoald e.t.l, be r.-ed "Ml ur". ,ur p"-" cru.n- bling eocditioa of tbe Confederacy, eould fioieb the war. uppers unu lat urui u. Tbe adteniifafat, in cor latt, Umitbg Iba ...

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 January 1864

UNION COUNTY STAR & LEWISBURG CHRONICLE. (Orrvapotiitaea of tha Star a Chrontala-l Dayton, O., Jan. 6, 18(54. Enclosed j.lro God 2150, for my tenth jear'a subscription, for jour moat ' welcome visitor, which 1 believe failed ' coming to baud once io dido years. Yesterday closed Ibe Ladies' fair and Kaitar io this placa, for tbe bent fit of Ibe soldiers' families. It was open da; and bight from Cbristinai eve, and atieudud by ibousauds. Tbc lirge Hall, cousisliDg of ' eeveoteen unfinished rooms of the third e tore j of tbe Becks! Building, with a tweutv foot ball or eotrv. were crowded full, so much so at times that it was diffi cult to pass to and fro. Tbe rooms or booths were grand, arid tastefully d'jcnra ted, and furnished with tho very best o furniture, pictures, curtains, 8., that could be fouud in the bent of parlors in tbe city. Kich booth bad a stove or fire place, aod, filled with goods and merchan dize, tbe ocoupaoti being clad in differed ' national costumes, (Turkish...

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 January 1864

- TO in mm rati 1LJJ BY 0. WOUDEN AND J. jit IJM Pcr Tear, always In Advance. Tutrix Morning & Friday Afternoon. KOB rRKSlUKsT. A n k a ii a m N9 !!JJV Htf-For valuable Property, tee our Reel Estate hold.. nguMeKra. A. N. and A. P. Meylert bave opened Haoker an.1 Broker! office at No. 6, Wilt Si., New York city. BSome of our distant nbjeribcr laving nked fir oar Carrier's version of the affairs of lilt jeer, we shall (with leave) copy his Address io our next. BBjThe Ute term of did has been very severe, io most parts of oor enuutry. The soldiers, particularly exposed bave suffered largely. Sy-Tbe Copperhead Commissioners of Lycoming, county would, not allow the White Slave to have the. Court Home, but they went to a church bouse, which was crowded, and a collection of over $100 taken for free schools. aWAU the I'nion Members of tbe Ij-gii'ature of Pennsylvania, and the Union League of Philadelphia, have uni ted in a commendation of Abrauam Lin coln for neit President. In this, t...

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 January 1864

The Ride of a Wounded Brigade. B. F. Taylor continual in the Chicago Juurual bii admirable akelobea of life in - the camp and field. In a recent letter from the Army of tbe Cumberland, be ' gitea tbe following picture of a night's ride of the wounded brigade, after tbe bat tle of Cbickamauga: "They were loaded upon the train ; two platform eara were paved with them, forty on ear. cetera boxes were so packed jou eould not put your foot down among them aa they lay. The roofs of tbe ears were tiled with them, and away we pound ed all day, all night, into tbe next morn ing, and then Nashville. Half of tbe boys bad not a ihred of a blanket, and it rained teadily, pitilessly. What do yon think of platform cart for a triumphs, procession wherein to bear wounded heroes to tbe tune of 'The Soldier'e Return from the War V Bat tbe stores of the Sanitary Commission aod tbe gifts of such ladies as are now, I believe, making your city a Bethel a place of angels kept the boys' bearti up through al...

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 January 1864

Iff Ml OvTVlTTnTT in UlMill WOll DEN AND J. BY O. tl $!. per Tear, alnaj rllilMIKII til nl-tr:tMt j,.'.!v .Horning & Frl.luy Aftcrnnon. fllli 1'KJI!IKT, ir?n aii am Lincoln FSuMon who da not de-ire to be draft- B-ay find gntnothin" to th. ir a.irantage t turning to the advt of Cpt Maus. ' BjsThe Harrisburg TtU-grapb notices with efpectal eomiuenation Penator Johnson's legal argument on the q'letiou of the Speakerrhip, called oat by letter frota El-Goy. I'acker on the sul ject. Kjf-On WinfirtiJ Scott Haneock is Dow in IlarrUburg, ktng for volunteer, to fill up hi. depleted rauk,. The 53d P. V. i. one of his regtmenu-ana .u .wo ... n i.i. ri,th'i ond Tat.-V it. Companies (.ate Church ana latcP; ... r. i ..i Ihoeafrotn Lm.m oouuij tuaj uuu o.ucr. from our couuty. B.Th9 recent Court of Lycoming eouuty iuipo'ed Sues of S10 to 15 each upon all absnt Jurymen inatteution of Jurors to Court summons having become to evil ft quiring eorrection. IWGeorge Uowtnao, late of the lTni wersity at...

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. — 19 January 1864

UNION .COUNTY' STAR '& LEWISBUBG CHRONICLE. X, , Artemas oa Ghosts. Arteraas Ward, ooe of whose peculiari ties m a lecturer ig that be touches npoD almost everj conceivable subject except , the eut j ot of bis lecture, it delivering a t lecture od "Ghoits," which be eoneludea ib a capital bit at the Disuuiooiste. "The last subject of which I thought," Mja Artemas, "was the war. When I was an apprentice to the printing tusiue, in New Hampshire, having had a contro- veroy with my emplojer, I ran away. I bad do money, and could not beg, ao I called at a farm bouse and asked if they bad any clocks to men J. They said yes, and wibhed I would fix it. 1 touk the clock to pieces, ate my dinner, and then looked at the tabid where lay the countless wheels. 1 koew that I could never put that clock together again. So I told the folks that I was dizzy, and would go out and get some fresh air, and I fhd across the meadows like the bright-eyed gazelle, or anything elso that goes quick. Those p...

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. — 22 January 1864

win 'lil Ml Dllffll WORDEN AND BY 0. Al $1.5 per Year, always In Advance. ftiuisiim mui-wkhiu-- 7W;tv Murnini & Friday AfirrnonB. w ABRAHAM 1 ' .We will print Oov. Curtiu'n luaug Cral Address in our next isue. -Col Fbed. Monioomsbt will dc- liver a Lecture io Independent Hall, in this place, uert Tuesday eveuirg, Jan. .0, mmeneing at balf past seven o'clock. Pol Mnniinmnt is editor of the Vicks- barg Wliy and was raiding in that oitT virtually j, to add Oue Million Dollars mud bedr.Kg'.d spectators, announced An during tbe siege and bombardment. In ! pet ,e t0 lhe burdens of taxation on tRW G. Cirtin, GovaRNOB OF l'ESN connection with bis lecture, (tbe subject ; peon8jU,ni..nd for what' Not to j .VLVAMJA For A SKCUHb TEUII of which will probably be tbe Future j pa. ,ba 4, 5 or C per eont. promised, The Hail f the U. It. Kas ihefl filled, of Mississippi under Free Institutions,) be j but in reality to pay mac percent , or 4,, 1 wben a delegation of oitilens from New will give a v...

Publication Title: Union County Star And Lewisburg Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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