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J^AR sub- paid. by the workmanlike rates. above "Gettysburg all YEAR. GETTYSBURG, PA., JULY 5, 1892. KO. 45. A BAD HUMOR CURED 8o,OOO Expended on Doctors nnil Medicine without avail. Gavo himself up to die. Good Wife suggests Ctitlctira Remedies. Uses them 7 months, and to entirely Cured. f WM In the war during I8T-CJ, nnd took i heavy cold JitOettjBlMiry, from wtiiili 1 D,.\pr fulls H-cm. end. ],, l«.-il b r o k o o i l l t o » o n » » l l o V B i inj lU.t and ahouldur, »liii-h iocmccl iiupomil.lo t o i n i f I tric-d all the feratd doctor. I could find, and to no avail. I eipcndud some fit a thiniiuuid di.lUn m i n t tohndaisuito.buleoiilcl nut, iiul finally gitinijniy- D c l f u p t o d l e , m; «ool wifo i,ui.ii«ib4 to m? oiic day, to try the U t n t b i i A RK«M»IE;», \Uikh uerc ·o I'ltcnilvrly advLrtlurd and u M d . T fclliiwi d lit.- ·iHcgeBtian, nnd urn happy ta »nj lit- diligent nppll. culion of j o u r CUTULWA liKwi.nifcS fur ctvrii Gettysburg, Tuesday, July 5, 1892. "The Typical American," As Cliauneey M. Depew made a speech at Minneapolis, seconding the nomination of Benjamin Harrison, in which he paid a high tribute to the president, the following extract from a few remarks introducing ex-President Cleveland at a dinner given on October 9,1890, at the Astor House, New York, Talk of the Ticket. Hon. Wm. C. Whiteey says--I look forward to a campaign in which Cleveland's strength will steadily increase nntil election day. The opponents of Mr, Cleveland in the convention will now rally to his support. Whatever their convictions as to availability may have been they will do all in their power to iDsnre his success. They are Democrats. I regard Mr. Cleveland's election as positively certain. He will cirry New York by a larger mnjority than could be secured by any other candidate. He will run well in all tliedonbltnl Slates and will have a comfortable margin in the Electoral College. * * BimEOFGETTM --AS DESCRIBED IN-Bulletins from the Scene Dur ing the Engagement. [At the time of the great battle Dr. ,, "W. C. O'Neal preserved the followin graphic story of the conrtict as it wa published, and through his kindness w are permitted to give the COMPILE readers this interesting and valuabl data.-- EDITOR.] Gettysburg, July ], 1863, 10 a. m. to get reliable information as to 01 losses. Gettysburg, July 2,1 o'clock a. m. Gen. Meade has just arrived. Th Second corps, Third and Fifth corps ai now coming up. All feel that a grea battle will be fought here in the uion ing. Gettysburg, July 2, 6 a. m. Gen. Meade has determined to figl here. All our troops, except the Sixt corps, are now up. The different corp as they arrived upon the field were plac ed in position by General Meade in pe son. All is quiet at this hour. IVe ca see the enemy in the streets of the tow and their main line of battery about Gettysburg, July 3,11.30 a. m. Good news from our right. Our troop have succeeded in driving the enem out of our works on Culp's Hill, andou whole line is once more intact. Ever one is rejoicing. Gettysburg, July 3,12.30 noon. Some important movement is ev dently taking place opposite our lef centre. The enemy is seen concentra ing on Seminary Ridge and placing great number of batteries in position. Gettysburg, July 3,1.30 p. m. An appalling artillery duel is now i progress. It extends over a line a mil The A write in New bnt did begun. (breed to lady, report*! old He said curtain leaned and said "Young is a and let progress. seat from tbe The quickly ordered report as I apoligized in. I--" Here old mai/e "I beg didn't right, orders

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