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vuarysxo THE IMAJW:MI.
Thal, Republican gestisPapers have been
IrminifwitlOU ail kinds of 1.440 e lies
regard to the recant strong movements of
thelsoldirre in favor of Clymer and .lohn
son. Ifo epithet has bc.en to harsh to
be applied to the brave men who Nutlet
bted L um" large ineeting,s which have
een held in a number of counties : That
ithese radical sheets will lie on the slight
est provocation ir; well /mom?. False
hood nut) vulgar vituperation arc their
chief stock in trade. The York meeting,
which was the first of the 44,4 held, has
espeelaliy excited their ire. They have
misrepresented It is eyerY possible way.
The artielle conies to us this week syith
.41- full refutation of eVery charge made.
It defies any tnan to show the name of a
'single individual out of the vyliole long
Jl4 who w/o not n soldier, or one who
/44 pot ic,dimtwily sign the call for the
! meeting which was 'so great a success.
/ars amsfrax INVASION. ,
Tfie Fort Erie hiva.iion of Canada by
the Fel:flans has failed. After an engage
ment, on Saturday week, with 4 force of
ihmadian volunteers, In which the latter
were worsted, quite& number being killed
And wounded on both sides, the Canadi
ans were reinforced, and .the Feulans
compelled to fall back on American soil,
avliere they were arrested by the 8,
puthoritlei, for a vielation orthe neutral
ity laws. . .
Fenian rumors are still abundant, and
the prediction eontinges to be made that
phimposing Fenian invasion of Canada
will yet take place, at no dbitant day.
frhe Canadian and Unitedediatei troops
pre both in fyree at all exposed is"litiAs
Along their respective lines of frititier.
Moreover, a Presidential prochunation
buss been pmned onk,ring the arrest of all
persona engagedlit the actual violation of
the neutrality-lawy. The rank and file
pf the Fenian invading force who were
paptureCand held as' . prisoners by the'
United authorities have been re
leaseil on their own recognizances. The
pincers 4 ve kad a hearing and are to be
yeleased giving bail to answer at some
future day such indictments-as way be
round against them.
Cot Roberts was arrested at New York
pn Thursday, under direction of United
States Marshal Murray.. He declined to
give hall,end was released until to-day
- pn his own recognizance.
4 gen. Swpeney • was arrested at St. Al
bans qa Thursday: gen. Spear escaped
arrest by .lesylug his - quarters on horse
back at midnight. A number of promi
nent Fenians have been arrested at St.
.149415, and other points. •
despatch to the Bosqm
llerald f from-St. Albans, states that a
body of 1:.,110 Fenian troops advanced Into
Vatnada on Wednesday. St. Johns wag
supposed to be the first objective point,
iyhas.; aatether eglnran 'was e4peeted,
NABS ZEETINa AT 11118DERICS.
A grand mass meeting of the friends of
President Johnson wiiLbe held lu 'F'rede
rick, Md., on Saturday next. Senators
Cowan, Hendricks and Norton, Gen.
Itos4, 94q mid Green play Smith, of Ky.;
~James Brooks, of New York ,Ju dge Black,
pf this State, with a number of .nuilnent
Maryland speakers, are announced for
the occagoir., A very, large gathering is
ss6,.The Johnson meeting at IlagCrs
pail, on the 6th,4 Was, we hear, a granfl
/Every 'third Republican you meet
professes to be opposed to Negro Suffrage.
149 fur sq good. Now, who is the repre-
sentative IV' the Negro Suffrage party in
Pennsylvania? Who will he supported
by Thaddeus Stevens, Wfu. I. Kelley,
- John M. Broomall &ud the balance of the
Negro Suffrage Congressmen, for Gov
prnor of Pennsylvania? The answer is,
without the shodow of a doubt, John W:
ticary: • Ifqw, then, can those "Republi-
Fans" who are opposed tq Negrq Suffrage,
vote for Cleat? , for Ctoyernor
1016"Presideqt Johnson has appointed
VoL Andrew 4. Foltqn, qt York Coquty,
Asseepr ofAnternal Revenue for the 15th
District, place of Horace Bonham,
Omni/mist, *moved. Let the good
work go on untiNvery disunioniit isous
fed from °Rico. Phesident Johnson is
I' still in the 404," nqd _those who en
rse the treasonable doingi 4 1 the - Rump
Congress Must got out of the ,w i tty, -
Stir Th e U. s.llst rlet Court was 1r
py Judge Underwood at Riebmon 11
Tuesday. The counsel of Jeff. Day
reared, and asked hie Immediate t
'rho Costrt, howeYer, ou the limit
adjourned tintil belober. It Is no
snored that Davis Will shortly be rel
10-31easrs. Mutton & Icemlady,
farlisla Ycganicer, vpill ccaßniew:
the 6th of 44 1 Y, U1°,004 0 0 10 4 of
ywi Clyuler paper, ta he eal •- 1
pstcocierkuf WH 6or!tluc
IS-The "loyal" - papers !if York and
umbarland counties are denouncing the
aohliera Ithq prefer-Clymer to Geary, as
Pliesarters," " bountriumpers," and
P drafted plan." What say the drafted
pen of Adage to Oda?
lIES-The N Ircork !Feld girt; !Buil.-
tuary of s iatelligence as it ham-recei
ved tr ation tq the crops, and teraarks
that upicing due nilearaim fqr the well
calowu fact that unfavoratile repot are
the rule sad favorable ones the exception
(luring spring, when great anxiety is felt
p.ad fanners oire 144930 to look only qn
Pte.,di "let it may j►istly>le said that
Slot prqspect fqr 4t4 average crap of wheat,
fired a4_ usual at this season; and,
the f4eutrai and Soothers States'
104 g 44 ItaxlEßt , hotter than ftlriPV year
Pet r '
• Are a Oarlisia.-- 7 Wetilat a pqr
eara 4311 Carlisle, was burnt
41514 t. &e flre la auttpoge4
Ph04444414e4tt1F°40 aq lireiNlFY;
lii ~i Paper bis *boot t; be stetted
.11.10eton, to ottpport Piest4et4t's 1J-
M cl ff rfreb'
#` A;t Old Republican" writes the fol
;lowing to the Pittsburg 6fnmerciat—
pie leading Republican paper of Oat
" Will the Corwenflon follifw Stevens,
Butler and Schurz; or
the President, Seward, Stanton, Grunt
and Nieman? If the counsels o f the
forme" are to be adopted, and their prin
ciples incorporated Into the patty creed,
it will net be very important who should
hs nominated for the LegLslature,or coun
ty offices. The ticket will be thxnned to
defeat from the day it shall be made. If
the teachings and advice of the latter be
r,ecel ved and followed, we shall have peace
•and Union, strength and .success.
We cannot succef fl Aix fall on the Re
construction (bnuntftee's Agars!' We do
not deserve to suceeed on Ji Rich a - platform.
We pfdi succeed if Congress will, without
delay, Admit the /OW membemelected
'front' Tennessee, Arkansas and other
to seats in that body, excluding
who days been disloyal and traitorous,
We cane id defend ourselyes for excluding
loyal men, On any satisfactory groupd.
* Lnt not the coming convention
repeal the insane foUlf of the Harrisburg
m a i d
There is a copsiderable amount of sound,-
sober sense - Ad truth in the 'above, but
what avails it to talk reason to cormorants
gorged and stupid with their plunder
ings, or to crazy fauaties who think the
world turns upon their- theories arra
"plans?'" The convention alluded to
has been held, and it has repeated " the
insane folly of the garrisburg State Con- •
vention " of the Bth of March, by endors
ing ticary, the I;uu►p Cohgress and Dis
union 1• Let the reader draw the infer-
ISI..For the last font pr five years, the
country has been assured by the organs
of the Republican party, that any one
who opposed the measures of the Admin
istration was a traitor, and worthy of
a traitor's. doom. To "support the Gov
ernment" was declared to be the duty of
the citizen; and this support of the Gov
ernment meant a blind acquiescence in
everything We Prealdent might' choose
to do. No matter what new proclamation.
President Lincoln might Issue, or what
course be took it Into his head to pursue s
everybody must approve It, or be con
signed to some military prison. We al
ays considered the doctrine as only fit
•r. cowards and slaves, but it was the
creed (Mlle Radiebis. Now, however, we
14ave a right to hold them to their own .
printipies; and unless they were hypo
.crittsi and liars durlikg•Lincoln's admin
istration, they deserve, every man of
them, to be sent to a bastile, Mr since
abmiiug Presiclenk o llohuson's administra
Philadelphia Daily News; a
Repliblicau newspaper, which is as well
known as any in this State, very plainly
Intimates that . General Geary does not
stand a shadow of chance of being elected.
It declares that 4housands of sensible
Republicans know that the platform on
which he otlinds will be repudiated by
the people of Penpsylvaida and the can
didate with It. • .
For the Gettysburg Compiler.
111 S—Col. Win. Louis Schley, the can
didate of the Radicals to fill a vacancy
in the City Councils of 'Baltimore, was
badly beaten, he having received but
four vacs in his immediate election dis
trict. This, considering the I,4Gf that the
soglment Le commanded had been raised
in Baltimore, shows his men did not ap
preciate his services, but "all shall receive
their just recompense of reward." And
so will Geary, the Tyrant, in the coming
NEWS AND POLITICAL. ITEMS.
-7-- Probst, the murderer"of the peering
family, was executed atrphlladelphia, on
The chief of the Freedmen's Bureau
in West Tennessee, Oen. Runkle, admits
that the negrees_are responisbie for the
origin of the riot at Memphis.
-- General Frank Blair continues to
speak in various parts of Missouri, and
with great effect. Immense crowds fol
low] wherever he goes.
At the recent trial of Gallagher, in
Boston, for mueder, the first Juror that
was called was a negro. It suppos
ed that the negro would be challenged,
but he was not.
AWashington letter says the Presi
dent will visit New York and Boston this
summer, And that the arrangements for
the trip will be made by Collector Smythe
of New York. -
-The President of the defunct National
Bank of Washington, Leonard - Teluyek,
wag arrested on a warrant charging him
with the offenses enumerated in the fifty
flfth section of the National Currency
Forney's Washington Chronietereads
the Pittsburg Commercial out of the party
because it does not dogmatically bark for
the negro agaipst the voice of nine-tenths
,of the people.
General Lee told the editor of the
'Raleigh .& tined that he desired to write
a history of the late war, but was riot
progressing very rapidly.
-- ft is proposed in Charleston, South
Luarslina, tq couyert the square of the
rnt district into a public garden, on
e game plan as the Pa is Royal in Paris.
- 7 A Special dispatch from Memphis to
the gazette gives a geimral glean; y ucoutit
off at airs in Mississippi and Louisiana,
from destruction by floods, cold weather,
&e., and predicts that there will be a
famine In the South before another sea
A colored man who was refusedeabin
passage by two steamboats, from Duya'Ps
Bluff to Memphis, has sued the captains
or $4,000 damages e#ol2,
The Governor has re-appointed Chas.
B. Coburn, Esq., Superintendent of Com
mon Schools for the State.
—lt is currently reported In Milton
that Ex-Goiernor Pollock is (Int for John
son and his policy,
—The Richmond Republic, a misoegert
ation sheet, and said to be an offshoot of
the Washington Chronicle, died out the
other day, for, the want of patronage.
The St. Paul (Minnesota) Pioneer
says that all the reports coming into that
the agricultural districts of the
State are of the most fayorable nature.
—Alfred Lloyd, a Wniocrat, pas just
otiltedlti_ l llP United Stales Assessor of
23n1 district of Pennsylvania.
--,Plekriwkets enjoyed a golden har
vest, on , Friday week, at West Point, on
the occasion of general Scott's funeral.
litruly distizigVslied characters were re
lieved of their money and valuables.—
Gen. (.}rant, it 1$ stated, ibst hts watch
and Schuyler Colfax his purse.
The rtisfraochisemen4 of .14e.aeriers.-
11.11 e upretile Court having adjourned
Withent aanouncing its decision as re
que,4ted by the . Governor, through tho
Attorney-Genern . l on the eonstitotienal
ify of the net 'of Congress disfranchising
iteeerteris, the_ hill passed at the late scis
sion of the' lieghdative far carrying into
effect tlpi law of Onngresi, has been am
proyed by the elovernqr, that inainediaW
prepitiatinne o • the record and certfit
tatft *inked bg the *et may be emu
menced and time afforded for the correc
licl4 o f 9rilts in the record.
Oorrimpolidenee r sabseiettreim Coin Wier.
1.11111131 II CIiSAIIVISLD.
NEw mv, Pa., 3r.ay 24, I THE (Roc's.—The wheat crop here-
Ma. Enrron,—Dear have been &betide, Which looked poorly before the
travelling in the western counties of hi " rail* has improved considerably
Pennsylvania for some time past, and ..sinee-
Elo in some other parts of the coun
have observed not a few things ; and ray tY:' But take Adams throughout, and we
observations In politics show that Clymer ,think the crop must be light. Some
lathe "coming man," and that President
thing, of course, will depend on thefilf-
Johnson is steadily gaining ground.— ; Shnuld: it fill very well, sections
Stevens & Company are, in fact, played' with little straw may have quite as much'
l out. I meet almost every day with - con- wheat asthey had last year, when, though
servative Republicans who can not susathe straw was abundant, the yield of
tain the nigger suffrage policy Of the pres- grain iv.tis comparatively small.
' eat Rump Congress. They are determin-
Oats promise a large yield. Corn, ex
eept the earliest planting, came up well,
ed to sustain the President, and are going
to vote for Clymer for Governer. I and the i;;:ospect, so far, is quite encoura-
The people of Cfearfield and Cambria ging. C ver Is short, and too far in head
hel d much by the best of weather.
' counties are rapidly organizing for the
coming contest. I ha.'o been to several 1 Timothy, however, will be gopd, and the
sam mu be said of the meadows, though
Democratic meetings during the past e they are a trifle later than usual.
week, and the way the people appear
to be interested in this matter, shows I Apples remise a good crop—heavier
that they intend doing - something this than for eral years,—and peaches will
fall. The leading Democrats say they at least gircv 11.9 an averageyfeld. Income
will give the heaviest majority that was sections of the county, we hear, both ap
ever given-in Clearfield. plea and peaches never promised better.
I have also met with some persons that Looking thus at our agricultural "sit
saw the pantiles of Abraham during the 'tuition," whilst it is nothing to "brag of,"
reign of Black Republicanism. They it might be considerably worse.
were torn away from their homes without
any cause except being good Democrats.
The way,the arrests were generally
brought aout in this county, wee, when
there were'two persons in the same busi
ness, one a' Democrat and the other a
Black Republican, the Pub. would com
mence to howl, and then inform the mil
itary, and they would have him taken to
some loathsome dungeou, and there left
to the mercy of rats. However, some of
theta got home at last, and sonic never.
But since President Johnson is running
the mactline, things have changed Con
siderablyW Democrats are getting ready
to retaliate. They are asking Pubs. to
sing and cheer for Johnson. There was
also a committee waited on an Abolition
Preacher, and weansd him to pray for
the President. ,
We bad -no rain for four weeks, and
crops look dried up. H.
From the Phila. Sunday Mercury.
THE CITY PASTOR. AND /WINWORD.
'The Rev. Wm. McElwee, alia.4 the City
Pastor, whose exploits are well known,
.a native of Ireland, and pursued his
studies for the ministry in this country.
110 was enabled to prepare himself for
that work through the kindness .o f the
members of Dr. Dale's church (United
Presbyterian.) He was admitted to the
ministry and• stationed at Gettysburg,
where he had a row of some kind, which
induced his return to this city. The C.P.
rewarded the kindness of the United
Presbyterians In educating him for the
pulpit by deserting them and taking a
situation as minister in charge of an Old
School Presbylerian Church.
We have given the files of our eontem-_
poraries a careful looking over, to discover
what this individual has been about.
In his valeditory, dated Februaryl7th,
1860, and published by him March 9th,
we find the following. These statistic's
relate to two.mooths' work:—" Families
aided, 3,000 ;individuals, 15,000. Receipts
800 pieces of "clothing, 131 tons of coal,
0-1, and about SW worth of goods
and groceries." Hesays in th is summary
of the good hihad accomplished, and as
a parting salute to the work, " We appeal
to the public for no more aid for soldiers'
On March 29th a statement purporting
to have been signed by James Pollock,
was published in reference to the account
current, which made his cash receipt
$7,548 89; and his expenditures $7,9 . 1300
leaving a balance due .C. P., of $374
which at the time, on reading, we thought
a little singular.
This audited account states further that
there had been distributed 8,772 pieces of
clothing and 182 tons of coal. Groceries
and food distributed, $5OO. The total dis
tribution of food, money,, clothing and
coal amounting, he states( to 5,000,
I On May Ist, James H. iOrne, over his
own signature, acknowledges ;Ilia the
C. P. received in 'honey-, food, clothing ,
and coal, during less than three monthsl
of last winter, about $50,000.
In order to properly understand this
affair, we must state that the C.. P. had!
his accounts audited by three well-known
gentlemen, 'Whose reputation fbr morhi ,
honesty is beyond reproach. ' These audi- '
tors were the Hon. Henry D. Moore, Ex-
Governor Pollock, and James 11. Orne,
Esq.,.all well-known, the first two being
representative men in the State at large.
Any statement from either of these gentle
men would pass current in Philadelphia.
There is no doubt that they audited the
books of the-C. P. and all they say about
them is true, but whether the C. P. kept
his books Properly
. is entirely another
matter. Certain it is that when Mr. Chas
Perkes, an honest industrious mechanic,
audited the account of Mrs. H. D. he found
that it footed up the stun of $6O.
Not a word was said at that time of the
$2l 50, subsequently discovered by the !
local editor of the Press, as havin been ,
acknowledged by the C. P. in his published
communications in that paper. This
omission by ;the C. P. was a particular
mistake. Now, in the absence of any
other data, let us apply the single rule of
three, in order to find out thegross mistake.
If the sum of $Bl 50 exhibits a mistake of ,
$2l 50, what kind of a mistake will the'
sum of $511,000 show? Multiply the sec-1.
and and third sums together and divide
by the first, and you have the answer.
The gross mistake will he found to be
something more than one-fourth of the
whole amount. It is said that figures
won't lie. The C. P. may say as much ;
in reference to his books, but it should be
remembered that the right kind of figures
should be recorded in the first place. We
venture the assertion that thee. P.'s books
will not stand the test of legal criticism
as a work of original entry. I t should be
remembered that Mr. James H. Orne says
that money, etc., to the amount of $50, 0 00,
was received in less than three mouths.
Now, we will leave the subject to the FLotra..—Thi
children of our public schools to solve, have for sever
and shall publish their response in our their flour in BI
The following is the question we sub- . a leas price tha
mit to them:—lf the "City Pastor" made the farmers her
a mistake of s:.n. 50 in a receipt of $Bl 50, is not the only
and received In three months Vi n t" , Lits level.
what was the big mistake made in say
twenty-four" months ; this being about the I
length of time he was engaged in this
business. It is not our intention to hold'
the C. I'. to scorn, ridicule or contempt ;
ut lie neglected the pulpit (see his
valedictory) and essayed to become al
journalist, and in this tampered with the
press, and was likely to bring it into disre-
pute r we have said this much simply in
vindication of the profession. It is to be
hoped for the honor of Philadelphia
journalism, that hereafter " city pastors"
will be regarded with suspicion. As a
gentle hint to the press men, we quote
the following frem Shakspeare, and hope .
they will prefit by it:—" Aye that I will;
and. I'll be wise hereafter,
anti seek for
grace. What a thrice double ass was I,
to talie this drunkard for a god, and
woes hp this dull fool."
The committee said to have audited' the
books of C. P. of which Mr. James H.Orne
is the treasurer, and a good man he is,
naity introduced into the court, as the
trial of the C. P. promises to be *lore
locally interesting than any thing that
has ever occurred in this city. It Will
probably take a wide range. It will then
be developed how Mr. James H. Orne
could publish in the "Evening Telegraph'
a few days since, a statement of the bal
ance due the C. P. while he (Mr. o;iie) ' Illgt..The York
was in Europe and had been absent train ailtql ) a
this great city of brotherly love for more July ,pest.
than four weeks. We think it will evert
puzzle Win.B Mann the District Atter- 11/9...Several eor
ney, to delve this prob lem. If he cannot' umst , go over to m
do it, where shalt we look for one whq
can, to tho natiductimi of the public, FU=
TOWN AND COUNTY AFFAIRS.
and the co
Id e m . c_ir w .- o W al e .e u g n lad ders th tan at
o d u t r h ai at_
itch will take place on Sat
(the lath,) at Gettysburg, at
) the Agents are requested to
and their. different Machines
It is hoped there will be no
t, -in order that the merits of
4tachines may be fairly tested,
petition made as interesting
Tows C i i) • la
lusion to t non-goin . g of the Town Clock
hart attracted attention, and is likely to
result in so'ne imtnEdiate and satisfactory
improyement. The accommodation fur
nished by such a public' time-keeper, not
only to-- towns-people, but to everybody
from the ci f itutry visiting town, is hardly
to be estimated in money, and it is hoped
that the Clock will not be allowed to re
main in its Present condition a day longer
than is necessary to re pair it. . ,
THE MONUMENT.—The Executive
Committee on the Soldiers' Monument
met here on Saturday, and OrAitzed by
appointing 4%.dj't. J. IL Whtte Secretary,
and Lt. 0,01 F. G. Falmestock Treasurer.
Canvassers for subscriptions were appoint
ed, who Or proceed with their work
BATTLE-F ELD PA I NTI NG.—The last
Legislature ppointed a committee to se
cure a painting of the ,battle of Getty s
burg, to be Placed in the copitol at Har
risburg. T committee has contracted
with the celebrated artist, Rothernlal, of
Philadelphia, for the work. The picture
is to be fifteen by thirty feet, and will
represent the battle at Its crisis from
Round Top to Cemetery Hill. A border
of twenty i ches will contain number
of pictures Ilustrating epiSode% in the
three days' truggle. Several years will
be required complete the painting.
The artist vvill visit the ground In the
early part of IJuly, and it is thought that
Gets. Meade Sickles, Howard,, Hancock,
and-others, ith probably Gen. grant;
will be here t the Barite time.
SCHOOL 110Tt0.,-irhe new Sehoolßoazd
organized on Monday evening, as follows:
D. Carson ; Secretary, D
reasurer, E. G. Dahnestock
John GeiselMan was re-elected Janitor,
and Jererniali Culp appointed Collector.
The usual 9 ii ill tax was laid, for schools
and building alloWing an abatement of
5 per cent. u i til the 18th of August. See
advertisemei for teachers in another
column. Fhe or six new ones are to be
gm ployed; as be present incumbents will
not be candid+ tes.
Rurvw.srED. A numberoManoverians
who'removed . the "far West," at differ
ent periods w thin the past year, have re
turned, thoro ghly disgusted with the
West, and s' isfied that the good old
"Keystone State" is the best place yet on
this part of the globe.
So says the ,:oectator, and the samelre
mark may be pplied to several who went
to the West om this neighborhood in
the spring, an have since returned. A
-more desirabl region than this cannot
easily be foun anywhere, and those who
leave it generally fare worse for so doing.
Lrrrixsro N . is dill keeping on in the
"march of I provement." Ephraim
'Myers, EN., putting up a'very large
brick house, ( or store and dwelling,) on
the corner of e EktuarC, and several les
ser ones are go g-up In other parts of the
town. Ane Lutheran-church edifice
is also to be e ted during 'the summer
and fall, and its o for another denomina
tion is talked .f.
off, to-day, in
next, in H. J.
the banks of t
tance from Ne
grand Pic Nie Is to come
eller's Woods, two miles
and another on Saturday
fyers' beautiful grove, on
e ConoWago, a short Ws-
flour dealers in this place
'I weeks been purchasing
tiiitore, and selling it at
1 . , they could buy it from
Bo it seems that water
'article maculated to find
HARDLY FAi :.—The Hanover Specta
tor has fallen in • the habit of publishing
our local items lnder credit to the Adam,"
Sentinel. Is th s exactly fair ?
STATE BA —People need not "wor
ry" about State Bank notes. They are
just as good no as they were before the
National Banking law went into opera
tion, and will A r ai SO AS long as they are
burning of Mon
. ets the report of the
; Alto Furnace.
>1 .We are in'
sena In the net:
Tavern, in' thisl
cent!) , y a dog
ormed that several per
rhborhood of the Two
county, were bitten re
supposed to have bean
aaLT h c eagle
oonnty, and pa
• cently eaptnred in this
steed by Mr. Hamm,
..b1 by him to Howe's
or $45. -• _
Fognty Conventbut, to
he held en the 81st oti
1 4 1 4 1 11 0 ation4 oa hand
For the Gettystang Compl ler.
DIIIILhins AND militia ramarosiwo
I wish to make a few brief remarks up
on the subject presented above, without,
however, any desire to spring a contro
versy upon any one who may differ yith
me, but In hopes of benefiting my fellow
being* by a little advice which may prove
useful during the approaching summer.
In the first place then, there are diseases
that are restricted almost•entirely to sum
mer months in this latitudeond It is of a
few.of these that I propose
t to speak, as
they all, as it were, belong tto one family
and result from comtnoti calkies.
I allude more particularly to diseases
of the aliment:tr.} , canal, such as Dysen
tery, Diar.rheea, Cholera ldorbus, and
(excepting the unknown cause) Epidem
ic Chole. I do not propose•presenting
any method of cure 'for diseases when
they have once occurred, as they arekest
cared for . in the fiands of a sklilful physi
cian, but toeffer some rules which, if fol
lowed, may prevent such diseases, by,
combating their predisposing causes.
Understand, then, that the human sys
tem is composed of organs"; or a number
of subor !
nate systems, Whose healthy
action d ends one upon another, and a
derange ent of the functions- of either
produc disease. There are none of
these or ns thatsympathize more close
ly with aeh, other and exert a greater
influence dyer the • general system, than
the skin intestinal canal, and brain ; and
consequently' whatever will injuriously
affect the one, Is likely to derange the
otherti. This would apply to other organs,
and consequently to other diseases, or
their Modifications, as well, but in this
connection I will limit my remarks to
the space I have chosen. -
To guard the skin, therefore, from inju
ry, I would recommend cleanlines.s, bath.:
ing at proper times, particularly in the
morning early, and proper clothing, as
vicissitudes of weather are among the
most exciting causes of disease.
The •stomach and intestinal canal; by
proper diet. This is best regulated by
the individual, who knows best what
will agree with him, but a spare and reg
ular diet Is best in all cases. An. avoid
ance of excesses of all kinds, and limited
quantities of customary- food, properly
chosen-and prepared, is recommended.
Lastly the brain. ;Trouble from this
source isltte.st avoided by a proper atten
tion.to business, without eicessive labor,
mental or physical. Idleness is as likely
to affect the mind and derange the ner
-1 vous system, as is over exertion.
There'fore, an avoidance of ' all changes
or excessets, whether of Atmosphere, Di
et or Mental condition, and a proper re
gard to' cleanliness, will lerve to protect
you from diseases gencally, and those
mentioned above particularly.
t Public baths should be erected In our
large cities and towns, and would prove
much more beneficial to the community.
at large, than the magnificent carriage q
drives that our public parks afford. '
For the Gettysburg Complier
`MR.-EDITOR you allow a lady
space- in your coludins to express her
opinion in regard to a subject whichtoems
to be at this time agitatinglhe minds of
the people of Gettysburg more than any
th ng else ; namely, the Gettysburg §pring
nd what should be done with it.
I think.that the recent proposalAnade
by foreign capitalists to furnish the com
paratively small amount of capital neces
sary to develop this spring on conditipn
of having the entire control Of the affair
themselves, as well as Pretty much the
whole interest in it, is an insult to the peo-
pie of Gettysburg, and if the gentlemen
de not regard i't as such I hope that the
Indies will, And will resent it by calling
an indignation meetings denouncing the
proposition• and raising the money t I lent
selves as I belie.ve they could do. If the
gentle Men of Gettysburg have the repu
tation 73T lacking energy and enterprise,
the hullos have not or ;It heart do not de
serve it in consideration of what they
halo done in the way of business abroad.
whn can raise enough money by
subscription , to repair their churches
which Were injured by the battle, and
who can contribute thousands of dollars
for the benefit of 'the sick and wounded
soldiers, can also raise money for this en
terprise, if the gentlemen cannot do it,
and it should be raised here. Gettysburg
alone shOuld furnish ten thousand dollars
and the rest could be raised in Adams
county, and the adjoining towns. .
It is well known that — nearly every
third person in the town and vicinity has
been ,in some way benefited, by this
spring, which should alone induce them
to subscribe; while in addition to these
intrinsic merits it is said by those who
profess to know that in a pecuniary point
of view it Would be a better private spec
ulation than oil, Bank,. or Railroad stock,
in which our citizens are always so wil
ling to invest and generally so apt to lose.
It is admitted by the best authorities
that niediei nal springs are designed most
especially for the use and benefit Of those
residing in the neighborhood wherirthey
are situated, and if they do not appreciate
them and suffer them to fall in the hands
of strangers they do not deserve to enjoy
the blessings vouchsafed by Providence.
BASE BALL—The Ist 9 of the Aurora
Club of Penna. College engaged the Han
ovei Club in asocial game on the grounds
of the latter, on Saturday afternoon week.
The gable lasted two hours. The latter
being a new club, it could not, of course,
make much headway against their more
.experienced opponents. The-following
is the result: •
AURORA. HANOVER CMS.
O. ,R, • 0. R.
Young, S. 13: ' 8 7 Bangher, C. 3 2
Garver. lit B. ' 4 5 Nulls, C. F. 3 2
Wile, L. F. 5 4 " Haruki', lat B. 3 1
Albert, C. 0 '9 0. Forney,2,l 11 4 0
Kepner P. 2- 7 F.. Forney S. R.S 0
Swope, R. °
F.. 8 8 Rupp, Al R., ' 2 2
Hu nrlckb use,2da 4 5 eitohl, 11,'„ F. 8 1
Coo l lt, 3d B. 4 4 Kohler, L. F. 2 1
Ilublenberg, C. F. 2' 7 Sclulver, 13. 2 1
MAW, ' ZI 10
R 7 SI
• l 4 bel Brd 4th sth Bth 7th Bth 9th
Aurora, F . 2 . 1 19 8 7 2 6 7-51
Hanover, 1 1 0 0 , 0 1 6 0 2-10
Umplre.—T. C. Nome, or Gettysburg 13. B. C.
Scorers.—V. Forrer and Sehnewr.
Fly rateheL—Wlle, 2; Humriekhons, 1; Swope,
1 ; Y°uni, 8; Huhlouberg, 2; Kepner, 2; Hupp,
5: Stolle, 8;
Home itans.—Alhert, I ; Young, 2.
Hontlotde.—An unfortunate 'shooting
affair occurred near Fayetteville on last
Friday morning, by which a colored man
I named James Fennel lost his life at- the
hands of another colored man named
Walter Fields. It seenti there were some
causes of quarrel between the parties, and
after a few words had passed between
them, Fennel asked Fields if he -wished
to fight. Fields replied in the negative,
but Fennel persisted in keeping up
the quarrel, and finally rushed on - hint
with an axe. By some chance Fields
picked up a loaded gtin, with which he
shot Fennel ati he was rushing upon him.
The wounded man was taken to the
I 'Alms House, 'Where he died from his in
juries on Mon/lay. An Inquest was held
over his remains shortly after his decease.
Fields has not been arrested.—C74am.sers
AcVournrnenl.—The Boma, at Witsh. ,
ingtop, oi_Thirlitliy,adoptecl a resplatlaq
to O h jouni ou 41a Ipt4 of Jui4eq
Special Notice Column,
A 1111Airte iawc et aramereth's TIiL
Cumulus more vegetable extractive matter than
twenty boxes of any pills In the world besides;
WV-five hundred physicians use them In their
practice to the exclusion of other purgatives. The
first letter of their valuels yet searwly appreciated.
When they are better known, sudden death and
continued sickness will be of the past. bet those
who know them speak right out in their favor. It
is a duty which will save life.
Oar race are subject to a redundancy of vitiated
bile st this season, and it is as dangerous as It is
prevalent; but Brandreth's Pills afford an itival
uable and efficient protection. By their occasional
use we prevent the collection of those impurities
which, when in suMcieut quantities, cause so
much danger to the body's health. They soon
core Livereamplai nt, Dyspepets, Loss of Appetite.
Pain in the Head, Heartburn, Pain In the Breast
bone, Sudden Faintness and Costiveness. Bold by
all respectable-Dealers In liedleiffet.
CMlers - Dlitrehms. and Ilywesstert
A cure Is.warmnted by DR. 'MIAS' celebrated
VENETIAN LINIMENT. I fused when first taken
by persona of temperate habits. This medicine
has been known In the United States over 20 years.
Thousands have used it, and found it nevor
to cure any complaint (or which It was recommen
ded, and all those who first tried It, are now never
wi4hout It. In the Cholera of ISIS, Dr. Tobias
attended 10 eases and lost 1, Wing callad In too
11414 do any good.
DIRECTIONS.—Take a teaspoonful in a wine
glass of water every half hour for two hours, and
rulS — The abdomen and extremitleit well with the
Liniment. TR allay the thirst, take a lump of lee
in the month, about the size of a marble every ten
minutes. It Is warranted perfectly Innocent to
take laeatmal ly. :;;.id by all druz4ists, price 10 and
80 cents. Depot. 5 Ct'zirtland St., New York.
Or, In other wonls,headm whose once glorious
Jocks have WITHERED AND IV7IITENED, can
In a fee moments be re-clothed with all their
YOUTHFUL ATTRACTIONS, by a single appli
cation of that wonderful talisman,
CHRISTADORO'S If AIR 'DYE.
Grizzled whiskers and moustaches, ladles' curls
intowhich the snow oritge has prematurely-drift.-
ed, and red, sandy, or whitey-brown hair, receive,
as if by Magic, the rarest shades of black or brown
from this harmless botanical hair darkener.—
Manisfaeturtd by J. CIIRESTADORO, 11 Astor
House, New York. -Sold by Druggists. Applied
by 0111111 r DresSers. . (May'2l, '6O. im
LI FE-TI EALTH-F4TRENCITII.
LIFT lIEAL'f fit F.:NOTH.
The Great F.reaert 'remedy.
Dn. - JrLtir DRLAXA RRE'R
CELEBRATED SPECIFIC PILLS,
Prepared from a prescription of Dr. Juan Dela,
/mare, Chief Physician of the Hospital
du Nord ou Larlboisiere of Paris.
Thia invaluable medicine 14 no Imposition, but
Is unfailing in the cure of spert natorrhie or Semi
nal Weakness. Every species of Genital or Uri
nary Irritability, Involuntary or Nigh tly Seminal
Emissions from whatever cause produced, or how
ever severe, will be speedily relieved and the or
gans restored to healthy action.
head the following opitiloLs of eminent French
physichu is :
"We have mcsi the Specific Pills prepared by
Garanclere & Dupont, No. 211 Rue Lombard, from
the prescription of Dr. Juan Delamarre, In our
private practice with uniform success, and we be
lieve there is no of her medicine so well el - dentate,'
to cure all persons suffering from "voluntary
'Emissions or any other weakness of the Sexual
Organs, whether caused by sedentary modes of
Living, excesses, or abuse.
R. A. BEAVREPARTE, M. D.,
G. D. Du sums, 31. D.
JEAN LE LEUCHRE, M. D.
Parbi, May sth, MI:"
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
Tho genuine PUN are sold by all the principal
Drugglata throughout the World. Price Olin Dol
lar:per Sox, orsix Boxes for Five Dollen,.
GAUAve•tFat.4 Duro:cr, Sole Proprtetoras
No. 211 Rue Lomnanl, ParlA.
One Dollar enclivind to any authorised Argent,
wlll insure a box by return mail, secnrely sealed
front all observation; six boxes for five dollars:
Solo General Agents for Amerlea.
OSCAR G. :110SCR
27 Cortland st., N. Y.
N. R.—French , German, Spanish and Emilish
Rtmpltlets, contalitlnit full partmulara and alrec
&tons for use, sent free to every fidd MEM
HI a raA.
A. D. Rueliler..tgent. fur Gettysburg
Dec. 18,180. ly
Dr. 11Iitrishall'm CAtarrh Rime,
This stuff has thoroughly proved itself to be the
best article known for entic; the Catarrh. Cold
in the Head iind Headache. It has been fouud an
excellent remedy in malty eases of 50reP7.31.14.
Deafness has been removed by it, and gearin g
has often been greatly improved by its use.
It is fragrant ant agreeable._ and OLVES /ACME
'MATE RELIEF to the dull heavy pains caused by
diseases of the heed. The sensations after using
it are delightful ind Invigorating. It opens and
purges out all obst ruc t ions, strengt berm tile glands,
and gives a healthy action to the parts affected.
More than Thirty . ..Years' of sale and nse o(•' Dr,
Marshall's Catarrh and Headache Patna'," hail
proved its great value for the com mon diseases
of the head, and at this moment stands higher
than ever before.
It Is twommended by manv of the best physi
cians, and k used with great, success and satisfac
Read the Certificates of WholAale Drmorlats In
1Ail: The undersigned, having (Or many years
been acquainted with "Dr- Marshall's Catarrh
and Headache Snuff" and sold Ulu our wholesale
trade ° cheerfully state,that we Iwileve It to he
equal,le, every respect to the recommendations
given of it for, tile cure of Catarrhal A ffitetions,
and that It Is 'decidedly the best article we have
ever known for all common diseases of the Head.
Burr Sr. P.Try, Ruston ; Read, Mutton lieo„ Bos
ton; Brown, Lamson, & Co., Bo,don ; Seth W.
Fowls, Boston; Wilson, Falrhank & t . 0.,.805t0n;
Heehaw, Edmund & Co., Boston; H. H.' Hay,
Portland, Me.; Barnes & Park, New York; A. B.
&D. Sands, Now York; Stephen Paul &I o. New
York ; Israel NI inhr & Co., New York ; McKesson
& Bobbins, New York; A. I. & Co_ New
York • M. W, 1, CI v.-- &Co., New York; Muth &
Gale. ' NeW York. .ID'For sale by all Drugglstx—
Try IL [Dec. 18, ly
Ayer's Cathartic Mtn
Are thc most perfect purgative which we are
able torroluce or which we think has ever yet
been made by anybody. TheiretTeets have tall.lll
- shown to'the community how much they
excel the ordinary mNliclues in use. They are
safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure.—
Their penetrating properties stimulate the vital
aetiviticis of the body, remove the obstructions of
its organs, purify the blood, cud expel disease.
They purge out the font humors which breed and
grow dist , rtmer. stimulate sluggish or dlsordensi
organs into their natural action, and impart a
healthy tone with strength to the whole system.
Not only do they cure the every-day complaints
of everybody, but also formidable and dangerous
diseases. While they ',mitre..., powerful effects,
they are at the same time, in diminished 110404,
the safest an best physic that can be employed
for children. Being sugar-coated. they are pleas
ant to take; and, being purely vegetable, are free
from any risk of harm. Cures have been made
which surpass belief, were they not substantiated
by own of such exalted position and character, as
to forldd the suspicion of untruth. Many emi
nent clergymen and plivslelans have lent their
names to certify to the !labile the reliability ofour
remedies, while others haves...it us the assurance
of their rouviction that, our Preparations con
tribute Immensely to the relief of our afflicted,
suffering fellow men.
The Agent below named Pt pleased to furnish
gratis our American Almatow, containing direc
tions for the use and certificates of their cures, of
the following complaints :
('-rtiveness, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism,
Dropsy.. ilearthurn, Headache arising front foul
stomach, Naniea., n1,14;041011, Morbid Inaction
of the boweis and Pain arising therefrom, Plato-
Wort-, Loss of Appetite, all Diseaseswitich require
an. evacuant tri4‘dielne. They also, by purifying
the blood and stimulating the system, cure many
complaints whir% It would not be supposed they
eould rood), such as Deafness, Partial Blindness,
Neuralgia and Nervous Irritability, Derange
ments of the liver and Kidneys, Gust, and other
kindred complaints arising from a low state of
the body, or obstruction of its functions.
Do not be pot on' by unprinelple4 (lenient with
other preparations width they make more pmflt
on. Demand AYP:R . I4 and take no others. The
sick want the beet aid there is for theta, and they
should have It._
Prepared by Pr. T. C. Ayer A: Co.. Lowell, Maas.
an I sold by A. I). Buehler, Gettysburg.
May 7, 15811. 2)32-. 1
Sara Erg Fon THE MIT4ION t—A moat valuable
and wonderfhl publication. A work of 400 pages,
and :) mimed Engravings. DR. HUNTER'S
VATIg MECUM. an original and popular treatise
on 11in and Woman, their PhyrOology,Function*,
and sexnei disorders of every kind, With Never-
Reinedlee tor thel rspeedyeUre. The prao-
Dee of DR. HUNTER has long been, and *HU la,
unbounded, but, atthe earnest solleitatlon of ma
menig persons. he has been Induced to extend
hl. medical usefulneea through the medium aids
"Vl. DE M.ECUM.'! It is a volumethat should be
In the hands of every family In the land. as a Pre
ventive of secret vioes, or as a guide for the allevi
ation of one of the moat awful and destructive
amurges that ever visited mankind. One eoPIT.
Neenrely enveloped, will he forwarded freo of post
mr, to any part of the United:abate , . for 50 rents In
T. 0. starnriL Address, post paid, DR. HUNTER,
No. Y Division SL, New York. [SOL 21 IT
A gentleman who sufferrd for years from Ner
vous Debi I ty, Premature Dece.r. and Lai th e effect°
of vouthful Dullseretion, will for the sake of mit
ering huroyhtty send free to Atli who newt it, the
'recipe end directions for:nuking the simple rem
tslY by which he wee eared.. Sufferers wislatis to
profit by tha advertLeeee experience. can do NO by
addresslns JOHN OGDEIit.
No. 13 Chambers et., New York.
Mar. 5,1806. 17
PROF. J. IPA AO3, M. D., Oculist and Aurist.
forneariv of Loyden. Holland. la located at No.
tile PINE ft tenet, PHILADELPHIA, whew, persona
afflicted with diseases of the EYE or mot, will bel
ockantoicatie treated awl cured. If eneithft.N . B.
--A arnCIA L. EYES inserted Without pain.-.&
N o rhseces mile for exatninatlons. The medical
obeany ls invlteJ, as no hae no secret In his mode
of tecittnioff • [July 17. 1355. 17
Zeroes of Tenth
Eye and Es? I
• amoor nom
A bßione terror Is a sedate complaint, het it la
never a clangerons one if you have Beg
ulathig PI Uat hand-0/1 you should have If you
would exercise ordinary pradenee. Take itiX of
Dr. Itadway's Pills as nom as you find yourself
afflicted with bilious fever, and In six hours take
six pills more, If the firstdoee has not operated.
The second dose will certainly have the desired
effect After that feel no alarm. Ail peril Is over.
Coutinue to take from two to four pills every day,
until you are completely well. It will require bu t
a few days to restore yon to your wonted health
and strength, for lied way's Pills do not prostrate
the patient, and reduce him to a state of helpless.
nese, while expelling thediaorder from hiusyetem.
They Ouetain him. They Wholly differ in this
particular from all other pins, which commonly
exhaust nature so rapidly In their violent opera
tion, as to do almost an much mischief as the
disease Itself. Bilious fevers are oomutional by a
derangement of the liver. That important °man
supplies the blic, without which the food we take
I into the stomach would never be properly digeet
ed. Ilut even a common cold will sometimes
disorder the action of the liver. Then it guppllea
either too much or too little bile, and bilious com
plaints are the consequence. txotnetimis the
jaundice, itometim es rheumatism, smilet itms,dyte.
pepsia, costiveness, neuralgia hysteria'. foyers,
I &c., follow each a derampsl action of the liver.—
At suck a lime Had wity'K Pills is anne a peculiar
'bleesing. They correct the action of the liver, tub!
are in fart the only vegetable pills which can act
In title manner, me a allhatitlite fur calomel. They
"regulate" the melon of the liver, and soon mature
it to a proper activity—health eueceeding as a
matter of course. /fence, these are culled Rad-
WAY'S Regulating ails. They are always safe—
always he lame,
N. tTMENT OF BIL-
NEW YORK . Janyary, 11100.
DA. RADVAAY & CO. have, (lariats the plod
four velem, used your remetilen, and have menet
mended them to others for Itimona CoMPLAINTS,
INDMFATIoN, DYSPEPYIA, &V. I MANN' (ler thu }toa
dy Relief and ltegulating Pills unequaled. The
Itegulating Pills are until in their operutleus_and
thoroughly effect I ve.
The nest dose should be large enough to NT*
say four or five, arid el' successive dose el
minished one pill, until redueetl to one, nod then
repeated every dew for a week or ten days, A
permanent cure will surely follow.
Yours, &N. DR. El. EitcrsNEß.
Price of Itailway's Pills, 25 cents per box.
June 11,16 W. 2w
Lyon's Periodical Drops!
THE oRE.s.T FEMALE REMEDY FOR IR.'
rtEuut...uturaN.—Tliest Drops are a scientifi
cally munpounded fluid propmratlon, and iwtter
than any Pills, Powders or Nostrums. Being li
quid, thelradiun is direct and positive, render ing
them a reliable, spts3Jy and certain Rpeeltie for
the cure of all obstructions and suppressions of
nature. Their popularity is indicated by the fact
that over 100, Ixatiornre annually committed
by the ladies of the United 'hates, every one' of
whom speaks In the strongest terms of praise of
their great merits. They arc rapidly taking the
place of every other Female Remedy, and arc con
sidered by all who know aught of theta, us the
surest, safest, and most Infallible preparation in
the world, for the cure ot all female complaints,
the removal of all obstructions of nature, and the
promotion of health, regularity and strength.—
Explicit directions stating when, they may used,
and explaining when and why they 'should not,
nor could not be used without producing effects
contrary to nature's laws, will be fonnd careftilly
folded uroun,d each bottle, with the written Mena ,
tam of Jong L, LION, without which none am
genuine. _ _
Prepared, by Dr. JOHN L. LYON, H. elloPel
Street, New Haven, Conn., who eon be consulted
either personally, or by mall, (ei*closing sitarnp,)
concerning all privat4 dlseinies and female weak
newels. Field by Druggists everywhere.
C. O. er,A FIN & a•
Gen . ! Agents for U. N. and Cumulus.
Nov 6, 1811). ly
The Greet 'English Remedy.
SIR .TAMPA CLARKE'S CELEBRATED FENIALIs
Pima. Prepared from a prescription of Sir .1.
Clarke, M. I)., Physician Extmonlinary to Om
Queen. This invaluable moilchie is tinfoil' ng In
the cure Of all Oman pulatil'and dangerous d ham
-84.14 to which thu female constitution is subjeet. It
moderates all excesses and removes all obstruc
tions. and a speedy cure may he relied on.
To '.ll . tarried Ladles It In peculiarly stitte,i. It will,
In unhurt time, bring on the monthly period with
tch bottle, prim One Dollar, bears the (Invent
men t Stump of (heat Ilritain, to prevent counter
CA trrtoN.—These PIIIM altould not be taken by
Females during the Fl itsr TURER MUNTIIM of Preg
nancy, as they are tem , to bring on Allseurriuge i
but at any other time they are Rafe.
In allmlmes of Nervous and Spinal Affectiona,
Panel. In the. Back and Linde, Fatigue on alight
ecertion, Palpitation of the Ileart, Ifyateriem, to o ol
t bean filly will effect a cure when all oth -
er mean haire failed laid although a powertu
nonedy, do not contain Iron, calomel, autlmoll.V,
or anything hurtful to the conntitution.
Fail dlrectiOns In the pamphlet around each
paekage, which should be carefully prolterv.l.
ftobl by all Pruggiata. bole Agent (or the Uni
ted Mates and l'aTiadii,
jolt MOSES. 27 Cortland Ht., N. Y.
N. 8.-11,116 and 61)(rtage slat tirw'ene Itweitb Mt) y
authorized Agent, wilt loturein Ixtttli*, v(0,4.010114
50 l'lllll, by return mall. Suld by .1. D. Buubior.
Dec. IS, l i. ly
To conoa typtlves.
The advertiser, having r.. 11 restored to health
In a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after
having sutured for several year% with a sever°
lung affection, and that dread disease, Consump
tion—hi anxious to make known to big fellow
sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire It, be will send a copy of the
preseri ;Soon used (free of charge.) with the din...-
Mona for preparing and using the same, whielt
they will' mid a sung eras IMat coN•wm vrtor,
AwrnMA, Bnoxemrrot, Porous, Cord's+, and all
Throat and Lung Affeetions. The only °Meet of
the advertiser in sending the Preseription is to
benefit the afflicted. and spread I n fort nat on wh le ti
he eoneeives to be invaluable, and lie hopenevery
sufferer will try his 'musty, as It will cost them
not hing,"and may prose a hlessl
Parties wishing the prescription tlt.i r. by - return
mail, will please. addre‘s
Rsv. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsburg. Kings co., New York.
• FATAL ACCIDENT.—An Infant child o f
Mr. Philip Weaver, in Butler township,
Adams county, a few weeks ago, whilst
in the arms of its nurse, who, In the at
tempt of lifting something from a bet
stove, let it fall on the stove, burning its
face an& injuring it inwardly so severely
as to cause its death in a short time after
.GETT Yklß ULU/
FLORP, • • - _ 19 21 114 10:A
WIIKAT, - • • 2to 414 350
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On the .11x1 Inst. by the Rev. M. Buxhman Mr.
ram wq , :rK.Hit'i Mao MOLLY C. FLAHAII ,
TY, all of Ml* county.
In Olson, Lee eo., 111., on the 29th of May text,
by Rev. T. C. Cletelenlng, Mr. I). F. RIDDLE
RA.ROER, of Franklin (Imre, 111., to Mhos MARY
A. BAILEY, formerly of Adams cou)ty, Pa.
On the 21 th ult., by Rev. R. P. Rprecher, - Mr.
HENRY sinTbrz to 11111 DELILAH. POWELL.
both (Attila county. ' _
On Thursday last, Union township, 11.,1N
NA II OHLNR, between 93 and tfi years of age.
On the 3rd inst., in Monnijoy township, Mut
AMANDA 1.. diantitter of Mr, Peter Raker, aged
21 yours L month and '43 days. "For to me tull‘e
Ls Christ, and to die Is gain.' ,
On Fridite morning Rug. In this Owe; Mrs.
MARTHA E., wKe cleorge ltringman, Esq..
aged 21 yestra 3 mouths and 7 days.
On Thursday Last. In Freedom township, Mr.
WILLIAM REILLY, aged 72 years and 10 days.
Jti ne 2nd, IMO, MARY JANE OVERHOLTZER,
wife of Lewle A. Ovorholtier, aged II yeasa 11
months and 21 days.
At Bellfiel2W Ilk, alter a long Hines's, Mr. ARRA.-
HAM B. HUMMER, aged At years d 'Months awl
Near Centro Mills, LORENDO RATE, Infant
daughter of Philip D. and Ruth A. WoaverTagod
7 months and 13 days.
Cheese S Cheese!
SWITZER, Limberger and English Cheese,.
ean'alwaya ha had et
Jane 11. next door to the Post °Two.
GROCERIES. Liquors, Fish, B.tlS, Cheek.,
Queens-were, Wooden-ware, and every.
thing else in that line at
Jane 11. KALBFLEISCIFS.
R S AKE I—SAKES I—A new lot at
NALBILSIS CH'S .
KALBABISCII is selling; s large sib °ant
. of Goods, beenuse the people are finding
out that he is determined not to be undersold.
A NEW stock of
GOLD I AND' 'SILVER WATCHES,
selected with especial care and warranted good
time keepers, jest received and for mile at
Opposite the Bank. Gettysburg.
rsl7llll - AGAINST AOOIDIINTS in tie
TRAVELLERS INSURANCR COMPANY
HARTFORD. It has paid ever ow
aadforty tAoseand dollars to holders of It 714-
cies, including $87,501 to twenty-eight pollet°
holders. for Ul2 Is presoluris.
MIN butler. of Upper loather 001.Ljall,
I of our writ tdake,now ready aed for Isle.
• p. McCIIB.I.ILY 1 SON.-
- 10 50 @ 12.00
- 2 37, ia
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