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   Compiler, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1864, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                                Torrn.es. is published every Monday aiming. Hy HEKRV 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. ADTHRTHSMKN-TS inserted at theustml rates. Jou ?KINTI.VQ done with neatness and d-upatch. Orricis in Smith Baltimore street, nearly Waraplcn' Tinning Establishment the sign. A. J. Cover, ATTORNEY AT promptly attend to Collrolimis anil nil other business en- Irujtod lo him. between I Unit Direct Gettysburg, I'a. [Sept. Edward B. Bushier, ATTOIJ.VKY AT LAW, will fVitlifiilly and promptly uttcnd to all buaim-ps entrusted him. He speaks the OBise at tlio pbicc, in South Hnltirnorc Forney's ilrnj? nnd nearly oppr.vtc Dnnncr ,1t Zit-gler's store. Gettysburg, March 20. 5IIGHTY AND WILL PREVAIL." TWO DOLLARS A-VKAK. tbit description of prfachert delirer nothing but political essays. I oneof that dpcrription butonef When I go mto church mid the ininieUreonnneit. ces preachjtig in tin.t way, I sit liMck out of the respect I have for Hie name of Chnslmmty. J do not riband umi I? 'S I remam until the srrviee., are concluded. I Think fh e'-urch i. minisUTtiifit.loci Christ and Uim pit ,n which ho M.n.K ,nd J. C. Neely, A TTOKN-liV AT I. UV.-l'.miridfir atli-n- turn pniii to ollectinn of 1'inisiims Bjunty. Office in the .S. E. turnur nf tin; Diamond. Uettysljiirg, April (j, tf H. A. Picking ATTKXIW to ixc, ami WM.I..S, CLKm-aw" m- Rrsiilence, in on roiid li-nilini; from tJcil In ilun- Icrsn.w-n, twit miics In.m the' niodi-r.tteniid s.ui.il'uruua K-U. l, ijm Wm. A. Duncan, TTOKXKV AT in th.: [uct. Globe Inn, TOHK FT., NKAft TIIK DIAMOND, GKTT YtiHL'KG, I'A.-Tlic undersigned would most respectfully inform his nj- j mc-n.iii frit-mid and the public pi-nenilly, that [lie 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 t.-lutriiliiTs spncious mid comfortable__and I hf has laid in for bis bur a full stock of wines I and liquors. There is larjsc stabling nttntheil 1 to tin- Hotel, which will be attended by Atten- tive lififih-rp. It will he his conduit i-ndeavnr to rendur tljft fullest satisfiu-tion lo his Kiic.-its, 1 iii.ikiiifr hi.s house as nenr u home lo tl7cm us po-sihli-. lie u share of tlie public's delerniined as lie is to ilcserve a pjirt of it. lipincmlier, the "Globe Inn" is iu Vork direct, but near tlie Dinmond, or I'uhlii- SAMUa WULK. April 4, tf of I D. McConaughy, I.YK V AT LAW. wcrt _ ,iiul -store, Clniiii- -itroi-l.) AND .Sin.ic'iToii KOII I'CNSIDN-S. Lainl Uu-k-p-iy sn-iiii-ri.li'.l Claims, aiifl all older ctuiini ngniiist tlie (iovvriiiucnt .it nlsoAinerU-aiiCIaiiDs in Knylnn.1. Warnir.ts siibl.nr r eating n-.irr.ints in linvn, yi-.-tcniSt.iics fiftf-Ai'l'l y loticr. Octtyii'iiirjf, Nov lo him i O' 21, Dr. J. W. C. O'Neal's H'K nn.l Hwciling. N. K. IKM- linl- niul Ifiitli s'reols, near I'reslu l, riun c, 20, tf J. Lawrence mil, M. D. c n -jrj; strt-cl niul oppo.-i.'i' Pic-king's fctt-i-, tlm.-r wi.-'liins liavc MIIV DrniHl Kr. I'M, pe-tormr-l lire respi-rtlully hvitnl lo II-XKi'.KN.-e.s Dr.-. l> ..t I) H. L. D., [lev II M. {l st.uvcr. A, ,nl I Er. A. Holtz, rnivor-ity m p lo tin- -atcil 'm, ly irta niij i. l.urg Hllilic [April i Di'. Win. Taylor Informs inbaliit.iais of rtmty ,vii! c'.Mtiiiuo tin- pi.-icli jirGfi-snmn st-in-l, nt-x1 1-ir he n-r.-ivc M Oiar.- of [S'-pi. 2d, if Ci-os? fe Ec-licr, "1 II-D.MKUi'ATilir j riANSAXU i- cir nml 1 .r-ati-ii itrui 11' I. :i i.., On- tis-ii !M. losii-il in tlu- i.tlii-c nli 1 o :r  of tlu- I'l.tltiiiiore mid Kiiimitsliurp i.-j ilu- -onih part ol Gi-ltysbnrj.', I'.i., is nowKejit the indlc in aiwavs sup- plii'il w ith the hrst Ilie market n h.-ir the ililluri-nt kind ol Lit rhaml <-r< me f--pai-inin and There i< l.u-frw nil H- ntti-iiili-d liy 11 jxood hostler, calclii.i ted !o ai com IIUHUI tu w.'ijrons. The llott-i located distmiiT of the r I coiivt-tiioiit for f.erso.-is Xo cirort will he s and kcvp the i the [u May I'J, 18C-I. New Goods Stock MKUUllA.VT TAII.UUINa. JACOM.S ft Kilo. have just ren-ivi-d from the i-ities a hirire stnc-k ol jioods for Gentlemen's wunr. emhr'ticiiij; a vaiielv ot CLUT1IS, CASSniKUE.S, Would n'l BV J01JN G. I know a girl with tc.-tli ofpcnrl, Aurl shouMcrs irliite soon- i f-'lie well, I must not WuulJ n't you like to ktjon- Her sunny is wonjrous far, An-1 wmy in itH HOW; Who m.i'le it Ono little tress__ Wouldn't you like to know' Her eyes are blue (cc-leninl Mut.) Auil iu j On nlioin tliey beam, M'lth lneltiti0'glejun, Would n't you like to RCOTY Jlor lips arc mi an.! fim-Iy Like rose.i ore tliny bluiv Tliciseilawj- you like Her fiiijti-ri nrc like lilio  pervmlo public mitui in rc-lntion to the U'ci-1' conduct nnd condition of public bs of good those in power attempt (o to jjut chains upon their 11 from ?uig m words of honest and burning T- i censure apainsl those J.v, rywhero we see and hear proof of this; I Hieir liberties, if the minions of power sit- everywhere we hoar the Administration de-1 tornrt to interfere with tlie freedom of the "ouuced for its wretched iiicornpetenevind I press! T tlic people through- OUT t lif> Inri.rtli l.i.rkfulH. I__l ._ that carried joy and gladness to tho hearts of liberty-loving men throughout the world, every minister at that altar, save those from one State., nnd four fifths of them, {setts, to Great r.od: the Senator from setts says that mil wai stan.U i.. all the annals of were slave-holders. They were tho men who gave us the Constitution so much vaun- 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 theircountry. wlu-n our statesmen were wise and philanthropic, prudent and cautious.and took in their broad vjew the whole interests of the None of them were led off by this miserable one-idea fanaticism in regard to negro sla- 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 !o carry out that idea. 1 have, heard the Senator declare in this Chamber that under I he'Constitution we had no power interfere with slavery in says that it is constitu- tional to strike and crush slavery wherever he can find it. Tlie .Senator swear.? to support the are dKta-telul to me but -ii tntion, and declnres in his place that ho I a po'int beyond ivhi.-h IbihVirii'irV Won id not" ncQiuf. t UA _ I _ tiiiH-. Why, sir, as a war ot "liiit the muse of history, in the faithful record of the future transactions of nV.ions inspired u tom-hod to liner sensibilities, extend lo the general sorrows of sympathy still proiusoly sh.-d for the sorrow of the country, and .-hall pro- miunco internatioinil H-.ir to ba civil war ami parcvkers in it as traitors toUodand eniMuics to man." Ueie the .Senator declares that those who partake in th.-sn civil wars, or in international wars, which he s.-ivs arc riv'l l" position bom as traitor to dod and an onemy to yet that is forever prataig about the barbarism of Maveiy. IF ,d it not b.-en lor thet-teuna! ringing of that inmv car, I would nut have the Senator to tlie CI-UH! txirtiiio of ijunting to-d-iy principles which ho now stands openly violates. up ami The St-nato will bear mo witness (hat this he lii-t timesir.ce 1 have been a member ol this body that I have attempted even tj reM.-t 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 limr, says tlie New Il.tmpsliire 7V Irnit, since tlie rommcnrempnt of the war, have there U-r-n sm-h nlnble ami threat- ie nation; rvnrywhore 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 {-'''f'llt agencies without general ruin which all anticipate- every' bllfc sllrl11 '-he LII ,iie. everywhere, rather than submit to where is Congress cursed founts incflicienoy. utter lack of both the its capacity and the honesty requisite t.usk 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 te'J> 11 v i uu-i n u ioi would not assist in tho execution of the fu- be a virtue, and I think we' Invc gilive slave law, u law made in obedience that point to the command of the Constitution. The U-t me read one other -entence from I' Senator disregards the Constitution, his! address S.-i, ,v oath of office, and everythiiiir that should bind the conscience of a good and man, to cany out his abolition schemes. j or he thai S.-n itor says: i "A man i.-, Leasts of the .jusl field, ,v; tlie aro higher than Mars from Massachusetts talks J men and all tho money ha wan- other countries and ivl'th-.t .Sc.it.or i, and today he eulogizes war. Xow, engaged in war. most able and influential of these, organs' "lis "'ith the courage lo uttering rebuke, warning and on mflltc vigorous effort for self-iceseiva- ch M :n. Adams County liu-iirjiornti'il M.in-li is, iirrictus. Swnpr. UU-MH, A. Kiu-liltr. Jeans, A-c., with many other goods lor anil summer They are prepared to make up crannont' at Cie shone.-! notice, and in the very best limp.- ncr. The l-'a-liioas are roguhirly received, eli.lhinir 'm ;lnv dvsircd styb-. Tliej al- v.aysaiake neat vvl.iK-1 their .-uwing is'sur... to !n- They ask a continuance of the public's pa- re-solvi-il by good work iiud niiiiitriile charges to e.u-n it, Gettysljurg, April 7, 1802. Lancaster Book Bindery. f! KUiiliK if uttered by Domocr.it held us conclusive evidenu' ,jf nnd bring upon them the chaise of seeking (o give aid and comfort lo the ene- my. The New York [hat t! rcljellion is abetted bv tho joiity in Congiess. It charges them "long and fl.igrant of would bo tIl1M- t1" wil1 be wived- Union will be ro-torrd and their perr i-onal rights but lost. e epnbliean nia- with 'I'aith- t J( H O 0 K T X D E ft AM) BLANK BOOK SI.i X I1 F (TCIIKI1. b.V.N CAST lilt, PA. J'ltiln nml Otiiamrnlal of every do- i-xc-r-iitcd ill the most'subatiiiitiul unj another styles. I nnd influential organ of the Uepubli- and guili." If deeHres th it "Ly tln-'.r J'arll tlie riees of evi-i-ythitiL' that -u-'- tsiins life are rapidly that "the cinroniy is g adudly tun ing inlo ss and "inch by inch, loot by foot, the Government moves on straight for- eyes of its giiiu'di-nn, toward-i the le-u pit of bankruptcy." It declares ihat the popular di.-eimtent js "prnfonnd an.l in- and that in power at Wash- ington '-are the source of of It The N. Y. visa the Democracy and the conservative nont' made some years ago. fjct us see men in CVPIV State of the Union to (i-ht the Senator then said of peace and Njr Ihem I do not mean to an oul oi 7ho in this Chamber who has wit- Lnion, but I mean to light for the ballot per- unfl01' Constitulion nnd laws If h oi 'lirl1' and defend by .iuy nil ia sinking to the earth thoso who attempt to I -cec the truth or tostalo it. prevent them excreting these inestimable ,'is nn from an oiation, made by of a free people. j 'fon. Charles Sumner, entitled The Gran- The Senator from Ilampshirn will pri-ss and dee ballot be can kill tho They are not dcslructibie artl- one by cruel and bloody in the field. TISK Aimi'VINTK.VriO.'V A5: BXS. j'O fiAtfos.Kux. I have to see that free Fridei' the Irng'hi-nod rule df .1 long lino 'ict-troyed before of I.-itcs a bein rivfident.-, tho United moeracy. States the dei-erved reputation Strike down a n..tion quick to rcsi nt any affront! lyranny, and a thousand will spring 1 by a lorcign po-ver, and prom jit and cause some of the timid to be'si- avenge any outr-i.-e. We held our k''u you may cause them to be afr.iid to his conduct here does say that he light. H would be better laws run counter tothe principles laiddown a little, and then J will admit that I hai-o not ca- are in enri-ot. deurof Nations, n few years ago. Sumner. What is tho date of it? Mr. Powell. The-Jih of July, 18-15, and 1 would rather have dated it back at that jrmhioss time Ihun now, because it expressed the to defray tho bold avenge any outr.ige. We hi'ld our lc'nl own. airl never ifely "bent the supplu t-'n 10 knee that thrift might follow fawning.'1__itiulh and of j. and vote but the love of ional liberty is in benator's ide-is wlien everything was cool pay th w.-a- and never or them to fight people will think they ''be-Senator 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 willln- that hard earnings of the man" though his iviro and children may from him by tho ol thu tax-g.itherer in order expenses of this war and and ealtn and quiet, and there was not the excitement of civil war. I have a right to use Hits a weapon against him. Jleis iising inU lint siime tho present administration ]Kis j brpasts; and the bold will speak it rv- Tllnt bis whole object; he come into power we h.ive eat humble pie, j w''l strike for it they will vindi- ctl'cr; and r think he will get up a whenever nrdrrcd to do so by Knghuid or cnte.it witl1 their not in socediin% to bo the case. I am Mire he ranee. aloud blow about the j !'ut 'Uditing at theii- own hearthstones, as l Nnvv' sil'. let us look to iMnson .mil ShdoU affair afiiiir, and blustered ll for tho liberties riven them'bv on wru' 'n a.ddress: power at p1'' bullies, and then, as such Hieir fathers; and we should be unworthy "In OL" there can be no peace that is it  r our rights. And (hose words were put in capital let- Mr. i resident. I had intended to notice tei'8' According to hisown tenets, the Sen- r. u very brief manner the most nmiarka- is llow urging on a dishonorable war i eflort of the Senator from lo it convenient: tl'is moraing. I have heard that Scn- ab'inrlon the position thus taken, but j over since I "have been in the Senate rmro-nntlnn 'ill unit laivl'Il, Ullt flll-.u 1 nave UPCI1 rrpiesentmg that iU bonds were lo be paid j we did not suppose they would do peivinco i Chamber, reading his Ion- i is liniiteci in its onrrn- tiuns tu tho ciiunty ot Ailnins. U has hc-ca in oprraiiiin for more Hum r.ix yours, in tlixt i-vrioU IIHS all lofsos niul i-x- prnsea. icillintii asirttmriit, liuviag also large in the Treasury.' The Com- pniy employs no fnisinoss heiii! -llrirtrt I ment? What was their condition When gnay, in place of tlie lasso. tho WrU, of font and Constitution onv th- tn9 my vui-.rs ago in p-.j-.voi- iiud very work he then reuoinuifiide-i theiu to do. And this man miu mis man unaioi' willing to see not the .i-.-ito Clerfflr' but 'y. delivered a in iu4 iiaU EWSFAFERI iWSPAPERI   

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