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Compiler, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1864, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is published every Monday aiming Hy 4 at 75 per annum if strictly ix 00 per annum if not paid in advance No discontinued unless nt tho of tho publisher until all arrears paid inserted at rates Jou done with neatness and in Smith Baltimore street nearly Tinning Establishment the sign A J Cover ATTORNEY AT promptly attend to anil nil other business en- lo him between I Unit Direct Gettysburg Edward B Bushier AT LAW will and promptly to all entrusted him He speaks the at in South Forney's nnd nearly store Gettysburg March 20 AND WILL PREVAIL TWO DOLLARS description of delirer nothing but political essays I that When I go mto church mid the ces in way I sit out of the respect I have for Hie name of J do not riband umi S I remam until the are concluded I Think fh i Christ and Uim pit n which ho nd J C Neely A AT I turn to of Office in the S E turnur nf tin Diamond April j tf H A Picking to ixc ami m- in on from In twit the l Wm A Duncan AT in Globe Inn FT TIIK DIAMOND GKTT undersigned would most respectfully inform his j and the public that IKIS purchased that long established nml j well known Hotel the Globe in Vork street Gettysburg nnd will snare no effort to I conduct it in u manner that will not detract I from its former high reputation His table j will have the best the market tan mid I hf has laid in for bis bur a full stock of wines I and liquors There is stabling 1 to Hotel which will be attended by tive It will he his conduit to fullest lo his 1 house as u home lo us lie u share of tlie public's as lie is to a of it the Globe Inn is iu Vork direct but near tlie Dinmond or WULK April 4 tf of I D McConaughy V AT LAW AND KOII Claims all older tlie it in r eating in y Nov lo him i O 21 Dr J W C N K near l c 20 tf J Lawrence mil M D c n Kr I'M lire lo t I H L D II M A nl I Er A Holtz m p lo m ly i i Di Win Taylor Informs of he M of 2d if fe 1 j i- cir nml 1 11 I i On- in nli 1 o ui day nnd at on tli National Hotel j i J would moat 111 In- he lias that hirers house the at Admin I'M and solicits share of pal His uill very his with thu the mark t 11111 his with thu wines nnd liquors A and commodious stabling m-e at- In the Hotel and lie will keep none hut live a ex- in this line nnd every disposition to lie feels of rendering i lion to ull may call with him a n YANTIS April Cumberland House at of mid part ol is the in w ith the hrst Ilie market n the kind ol Lit me and There nil H- liy 11 hostler ted ai com tu The located of the r I for Xo will he s and the i the May New Goods Stock ft Kilo have just from the a ol for a ot Would BV G I know a girl with Aurl i well I must not you like to Her sunny is far wmy in itH HOW Who it Ono little Wouldn't you like to know Her eyes are blue Mut iu j On beam Would you like to RCOTY lips arc mi Like ore you like Her nrc like With foii.1 you I ku to N small l Like snow flakes on tlie where it the you like to kmm Pile In- a name tlie If I tell Would you liko to know r resolutions against rebellion and slavery to pledge the resources of the country to put them ilown to cal measures without which there can be no it halts ami stumbles anil post anil acts as if it did not know what must be or knowing had not the pluck to do more of useles talk in Congress put gold up to 200 inflict remediless damage upon the business ol the country ami so demoralize the that any con- catastrophe will be possible sti source of have larger and bettor than ever before with leaders of ty and and at a unity of and under a single an np of But sir let on Iur this of the is c tract upon civil war The will rc member that these extracts that I read front the honorable Senator's speed are propositions If c says I ho soul trembles aghast ai wo plate fields in fraternal goro the happiness of homes ha bret shivered by the unfriendly arms of Iws and kinsmen have Tho nerved by a kinsman's hand 1 war which Mauds accursed in the calendar FROM A KIT EC II IX THE I S SENATOR POWELL OF KY In reply lo some remarks maJe by Mr Stunner ff I toll you your only hope is to strike down a free press and a free ballot in order to maintain your power it is that though we hope we do not much expect will do anything in the right di- rection Your past net ion docs not convince us that yon will Give these us three great peaceful agencies it is ail we ly canvass your mue from loyal papers of the public mitui in to the conduct nnd condition of public bs of good those in power attempt o to chains upon their 11 from m words of honest and burning T- i censure those we see and hear proof of this I liberties if the minions of power everywhere we hoar the Administration to interfere with tlie freedom of the for its wretched I T tlic people OUT t that carried joy and gladness to tho hearts of men throughout the world every minister at that altar save those from one State nnd four fifths of them to Great the Senator from setts says that mil wai i all the annals of were They were tho men who gave us the Constitution so much ted to-day by the honorable Senator I would to God we could go back to those days when men were honest and had re- gard for property rights when men were patriotic and exerted themselves in the cabinet and in the field for tho promotion of the best interests of our statesmen were wise and philanthropic prudent and took in their broad the whole interests of the None of them were led off by this miserable fanaticism in regard to negro very or any other ism They were men of extended Catholicism in all political views Unfortunately for us those wise those good those vigorous those great men have departed and we now have succeeding them a set of men who aro governed en- tirely by a single idea and who would renounce any theory they had ever held in order carry out that idea 1 have heard the Senator declare in this Chamber that under I we had no power interfere with slavery in says that it is tional to strike and crush slavery wherever he can find it Tlie Senator to support the are to me but and in his place that ho I a beyond Won id not t UA I Why sir as a war ot the muse of history in the faithful record of the future transactions of inspired u to liner sensibilities extend lo the general sorrows of sympathy still for the sorrow of the country and to ba civil war ami in it as traitors to man the Senator declares that those who partake in civil wars or in international wars which he arc l position bom as traitor to dod and an to yet that is forever about the barbarism of IF d it not lor ringing of that car I would nut have the Senator to tlie of principles which ho now stands openly violates up ami The will bear mo witness hat this he 1 have been a member ol this body that I have attempted even tj or o the section of from which I come its lack of i of thi ippi eolation of the real situation put tho length and breadth of the land to insist on freedom and give their lives in its At no says tlie New since tlie of the war have there ami ie nation its measures aro defence I am for law and for order I reprobated as adding to tho embarrassment I implore 1 entreat that we may have of the people and tending to hasten the I agencies without general ruin which all every LII iie everywhere rather than submit to where is Congress cursed founts utter lack of both the its capacity and the honesty requisite devolving upon them And as the re- the degradation of having free speech a free free ballot taken from them to the I lile o tlie ground If a free people will not fight anil give their i 11 v i n u ioi would not assist in tho execution of the be a virtue and I think we slave law u law made in obedience that point to the command of the Constitution The U-t me read one other from I Senator disregards the Constitution address v oath of office and that should bind the conscience of a good and man to cany out his abolition schemes j or he thai i A man Leasts of the field v tlie aro higher than Mars from Massachusetts talks J men and all tho money ha other countries and i and today he eulogizes war engaged in war most able and influential of these organs lis ith the courage lo uttering rebuke warning and on vigorous effort for ch M Adams County is A Jeans A-c with many other goods lor anil summer They are prepared to make up at Cie notice and in the very best ncr The are received m neat their to They ask a continuance of the public's by good work charges to it April 7 1802 Lancaster Book Bindery if uttered by held us conclusive jf nnd bring upon them the chaise of seeking o give aid and comfort lo the my The New York is abetted bv tho in It charges them long and of would bo be Union will be and their perr rights but lost e with t J H O 0 K T X D E ft AM BLANK BOOK X I1 F CAST lilt PA nml of every ill the another styles I nnd influential organ of the and guili If th it Ly tlie riees of that life are rapidly that the is g tun ing inlo ss and inch by inch loot by foot the Government moves on straight for- eyes of its the pit of bankruptcy It declares the popular js in- and that in power at ington -are the source of of It The N Y visa the Democracy and the conservative made some years ago us see men in State of the Union to the Senator then said of peace and Njr I do not mean to an oi in this Chamber who has but I mean to light for the ballot nnd laws If h oi and defend by nil ia sinking to the earth thoso who attempt to I the truth or tostalo it prevent them excreting these inestimable is nn from an made by of a free people j fon Charles Sumner entitled The The Senator from will and dee ballot be can kill tho They are not one by cruel and bloody in the field TISK BXS I have to see that free the rule df 1 long lino before of a bein tho United States the reputation Strike down a quick to nt any and a thousand will spring 1 by a and prom jit and cause some of the timid to avenge any We held our you may cause them to be to his conduct here does say that he light H would be better laws run counter tothe principles a little and then J will admit that I not are in Nations n few years ago Sumner What is tho date of Mr Powell of July and 1 would rather have dated it back at that time now because it expressed the to defray tho bold avenge any We our own airl never bent the 10 knee that thrift might follow and of j and vote but the love of liberty is in everything was cool pay th and never or them to fight people will think they is willing that other people's blood shall be shed Ho i willing that a million of youns men of tho country shall br sacrificed Hc is that hard earnings of the man though his and children may from him by tho ol thu in order expenses of this war and and and quiet and there was not the excitement of civil war I have a right to use Hits a weapon against him Jleis inU lint siime tho present administration j and the bold will speak it bis whole object he come into power we eat humble pie j strike for it they will and r think he will get up a whenever to do so by or their not in to bo the case I am Mire he ranee aloud blow about the j at own hearthstones as l sil let us look to mil affair and blustered ll for tho liberties riven on wru n power at p1 bullies and then as such fathers and we should be unworthy In OL there can be no peace that is it the object i generally do eat our of tho noblest sires the world not honorable there can be no war that is J j own words and gave the rebels up Xot we did stand thus boldly ot long ago the lower ot Congress by n unanimous vote passed a resolution the Monroe We cans charges that the government has llt time that the President j 1 fl tl 1 f 1 I i 1 l II 1 I a great fraud upon the country in and Mr Seward would our age there can be no peace that is t honorable there can be no war that is I dishonorable our rights And hose words were put in capital Mr i resident I had intended to notice According to tenets the r u very brief manner the most is llow urging on a dishonorable war i of the Senator from lo it I have heard that the position thus taken but j over since I have been in the Senate ill unit 1 nave that iU bonds were lo be paid j we did not suppose they would do i Chamber reading his i is in its tu tho ot U has in for more Hum yours in all also large in the Treasury The Com- pniy employs no by the who arc the Any person fun apply to of the tor further information Committee nt the office of the Company on the lust Wednesday iu month 2 M Sept The Great Discovery THK anil run Iiy L Many prominent citizens ol this nml the counties have to its utility Its in Rheumatic lions lias unparalleled by any to the public Price 50 per bottle For sale bv all druggists anil Prepared only by II Wholesale anil Druggist East Pa in Drugs Chemicals j Spirits Paints tied Oils Essences and Tinctures i Af lor Mixture Miller's 3 tf Tho Grocery store OX THK undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens ot burg and vicinity that he bus taken the bid Something for -j AT DR It t a fine assortment of n ml Patent Fancy Dry Goods Notions TOBACCO 1C Jan 18 in gold mid then making them ble in which it says when the bonds are payable mny not bi worth two cents per and thak the holder of tho bonds may be paid in a handful of notes that will not buy him a It alleges that the Secretary of the Treasury pays no regard to the emn pledge of the Government It says the public debt increased the month of March and was the Government ol the in as humiliating a posture as they have Not only have they entirely the Monroe Doctrine but they have got down inlo the very dust of humility to apologize to the Emperor of F ranee lor the presumption of the House Ilore is the damning record as we clip it from the col- logical rhap do not say that is what the Senator is mg but I say that if he uttered the truth when ha made tho speech from I have just tend he is now advocating n to dh the immense debt that All things willing carrying out a lor I purpose of 1 idea he of gloats over but sir he never seeks battle even afar olf does not go within sound of the drum and fife nOr is he liku the war that the battle afar I I have much in luo sincerity description of ots Mr I have said all I intond to say on this matter It was not my to open my mouth on this I had determined to myself with tho elaborate mad in its evening of the K Y tion of May 1 contains followin of the Emperor has sodies upon slavery They are all of them honorable war because in that speech he much alike all speak of the barbarism and j can no war that is not cruelty of slavery They are with a l suppose the Senator in good deal of encyclopedia learning with scraps of quotations bore and there out meaning any disrespect to the Senator I must say that they remind me of the rhapsodies of a man who has a nightmare remind mo of an It is a tale Told an full ol sound and fury of Last Notice AU indebted to the late Firm of Cobean t arc hereby notified to call and settle their accounts on or before the 1st of April as it is highly important that their business should be closed COBEAS CCLP 14 Coine to the RIDGE wishing to Pin in Trees will find tiie stock in the ground remarkably fine and offered at reduced prices I'lie Apple numbers 100 varieties all the approved sorts Jf tlie index board near Flora Dale Post office T E COOK SON'S and tration brink of we are in a bont Executive Power would not have given its which a rapid current is hurrying towards j a precipice and it says that while 1 is thai any American evil and the danger increase daily it sees i no remedy be applied The same Lif ot his lile has had two ideas a war idea and a peace idea and when he was on the peace idea he thought nothing under en was good but peace 1 do not concur with tho Senator in that sentiment for I think there arc times in the affairs of tions when it is to go to war I read it merely to show the Senator's tency Mr Sumner The Senator will allow made that re- i of the barbarism of that look into himself more barbarous ler that ever perfect embodiment the IV and the were the i of Senator from X by my waiv from I Mr land to whom I have such the assaults the Democratic Sept 2 A is a Auctioneer under the of the United Nov 24 1802 Sale Crying W continues the of SALE and solicits i lie on the in Get I patronage of the public It is his con- where he intends to keen i 1 to give Charges on nil kinds of I ite in Brockinridge street Coffee Syrups of all kinds Ac Earthenware of nil kinds Fruits in usually in a Grocery AUo FEED ot all kinds of which he intends to sell low as the Country produce taken in exchange for and the price given He Hatters himself hy and an honest desire to to merit a share of public TRY HIM J M ROWE Feb tf new styles just received at Dr R Drug ant Store O to Dr R brag Store and get COUGH Arrival HATS tlie cheapest and best to Tht Machine it the best In the World Cull nnd examine it at once Call and see them at the cheap Shoe and Hut Store in street JOHN L May 1C Assistance Needed THE having heavy payments due on the let of April woald ioit ask those who are ted to to call before that time and make jay K B PICKING March 7 GROUND SPICES HOR paper quotes from Brownson's some fearful remarks upon Lincoln Brownson a Republican candidate for Congress last fall enlarges upon Lincoln's utter fency nnd not can this man carry the nation through its terrible struggles but can tho nation carry this man through them and not perish in the at- And the best ed by the can say of Lincoln only fault is the misfortune of being scious of I is own ess for the place The Springfield Slass Republican is no less bold in its strictures upon those in er who are rushing us on to ruin through their knavery and It says Things begin to look squally A ment dollar is worth but cents lation is running up the prices of the saries of life even than the ment paper runs down the wealth of the country is passing from the many to the lew and the laboring classes are becoming dispirited and silent and Congress has neither the wisdom nor the courage to adopt the measures that are essential to avert the crisis to which all these things tend Indeed Congress seems to be alike to these facts and to the growing dissatisfaction of the people The members devote themselves to politics or speculation outside of the capitol so that it is difficult to get together a quorum Congress has been more than four months in session what has it done What tary practical measure of any importance has it It devotes one day in every week wholly to buncombe speeches nnd uses up nearly every other day in the It is enough to pass fine a tion where even a sense mf shamo seems no longer to restrain our There will surely come a day speedily when the ple will call those craven miscreants who have neither the interests nor the honor of tho nation at heart to a proper Fulton Democrat Republican paper the Post ascribes our late reverses to the alleged fact that the isn't properly recognized But didn't the com- mander of Fort Pillow recognize the ger Didn't General Seymour in Florida the Didn't General Banks in Louisiana recognize the nigger It the nigger wasn't recognized occasions how and when and where on earth are they to be recognized We are really apprehensive that tion Editors will go to IOIT to recognize the nigger that niggers won't recognize them Journal illogical and unlawyerlike paper I in my life coining from a gentleman learning and reputation My friend from Pennsylvania put the sub- tle knife of truth and to it he ex- such were the upon my own that i fell called upon to a word in their vindication Fn doing that 1 thought it hut right that should allow the Senator Irom Massachusetts lo look into his own mirror hence I have held tho speech he some time ago to his ion Volunteer copies the following advertisement from the Philadelphia and then comments as follows Thirty years ago Thompson deliV his first lecture in this city in the O Cove anters Church Cheny et below lie is now invited by members of tho sama church to deliver another address in tho nn r w e null I The Emancipation carman in Orleans ran over and put out the light of a very young American citizen of African descent and was heard to exclaim God bless the emancipation proclamation If I had done that two years ago it would have cost me five hundred dollars lions Detroit cavalry captain was ed when one of his new recruits walked up to him nnd declared that soldiering was rather disagreeable and that said recruit being a female would quit the business posed its sophistry its want of historical and constitutional truth in a single charge lie scattered it to the four but wo have had a rehash of it here to-day I shall enter into no constitutional argument for the purpose of overthrowing such kind of rhapsodies If I had any inclination to do so tha report of my friend from sylvania has relieved me of the U is very searching potent though short analysis is on your table and it disposes of the question The Senator from Massachusetts to-day quoted from Patrick Henry and he has eulogized him very much Certainly he does not feel any more admiration for that distinguished orator than I do Does not the Senator know that an amendment to the Constitution has been adopted since Patrick Henry made that speech which says that property shall not he taken for public uses except on just compensation and that is an answer to his whole tion from Mr I do not believe Mr Henry was right in the position he in the speech from which the tor quoted Mr Henry was engaged at the time in making an assault on the tion in a slave State he wished to reject it he did not like it but even if what he then stated were true the adopted explodes the whole of the tor's argument on that branch of the case and Mr Henry's argument Hut the Senator has said that preserve the Republic is to carry the principles of its baptismal expression but what appropriateness the i on with the speech from which I am War is utterly ineffectual to secure or ad- vance object at which it professes to aim The misery which it excites butes to no end to establish no right nnd therefore io no respect mines justice between the contending 1 Why does tho Senator carry on this Just fcr the love of blood havoc public plunder and the destruction of human life? He boldly and clearly and most declared in 1845 that it never will effect its nim Yet we find the tor in that most elaborate speech says Christianity forbids the whole custom of It appears therefore that emissary who is the employee had to deliver a in which he of the people of the Thirty years he delivered Its Hue same That was the very time Abolitionists of is country their assaults the Union vears they were were IV XT I a faction were regarded spoken of as traitors by both Democrats Henry Clay Daniel Webster Jackson and other leading son the same Englishman who now Is the gentleman in order to carry out principles anity is to ator wishes to i y i ue system timent thirty years in P i go by the board because the he was rotten and ed to I i to effect through thn i to leave of arms one single tion of slavery He is willing to only his former principles about fair but to overthrow the relig the city in disguise blessed Saviour himself to lisa to him most desirable of all objects j The honorable Senator from MI m But his he was to enterprising but South American has sent In nn A l.i on He expects to use them in his region of country much corrupted earned south American has sent to an Senator uses What id our corrupted beo bany locomotive shop for one hundred father do when the i-l preach war and nothing else bat TTo uo the the they i 1 in taking wild cattle on the plains of they stood around I What was their condition When gnay in place of tlie lasso tho WrU of font and Constitution my ago in very work he then theiu to do And this man miu mis man willing to see not the but y delivered a in
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