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Chicigo, at 9 bead of of landed township, tramping are 2 430 established conn- land in area ol Republic. Lebanon, Friday tbe Adelaid e upset down. tbe Republican sis deal of ol many about week engine feet. to have al laying the work extent The been third ptory Waynes a year and a people. The woman bad been dead aboul three hours, bnt the man bad evidently killed himself nfler seeing her take the I.itnl dose, as his body was yet warm and the doctor thonglit he had been dead only a few minutes when discovered by the clerk. Among the eflVcta were papers showing St. Clond to have been discharged from tbe Grenadier Guards of England, June 25,1800. He was a man about 21 years old, 5 feet 11 inches high and of light complexion. Hii. linen till bore the name of F. F. Blondy. On the woman's hand were two rings, one ol which was inscribed "From mamma to Irene." On the fly leaf of a book found in the room was written : "Irene M. Story, Jan. 22, 1891, Locust Point." Some hnnd kerchiefs were also found marked Mrs. S. W. Coats. It is believed that theman was from New York and that his real name wrf Blondy. The woman is supposed to belong in Baltimore, Locnst Point being the extreme southwestern end of the city. It has been learned that St. Cloud married ihe woman some time ago and until recently they had lived in New York. Poverty ion, the cause of their suicide. Irene Story, tbe Baltimore suicide, is a Hagerstown wonnn, where her mother now resides and owns property. The girl hai been leading a ftst life, and for some jear has been practically ignored by her friends. Five or six years ago her father desert, d hi: wife nnd went nest. Abont a year and a half ago he returned and made an unsuccessful attempt to kidnap hia daughter. The Homestead Shut-Down. PiTTSjnuKG, Jnne 30.--The Homestead shut-down went into effect fo day. There were 3,000 idle tonnage men on the streets tbis morning. The firm discharged all tlie employees at midnight and notified them to report for their pay at the cfnVe on Saturday. HOMHSTEAD, P.i., Jnne 30 --The intense feeling of the ·wo'krneu at the Hnmtstead Steel works has at last broken forth. Yesterday there were numerous hostile and exciting demonf-tratiocs. H. C. Frick, William McBroom and others were hanged in only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internr.Ilv iti (]o'.s from iO drops to a teaj-poontnf. It acts directly ou the b'ood and ninrons sniftcen of the system. Tl'ey ofler one hundred dollars f.»rany case i t f u l s to cure. Send foreircnljirsand testimonials Address F. J. CIIKSKV Co , Toledo, O. ^f :jold by Drng»Hts, 75.:. TIIK total value of matches imde yearl? thnmtihnnt the world represents a valaeol $185,0(10,000. I WAS tr-tuMed with eatnrrh for seven years previous to connnencing the use of Ely's Cream Jjiilm. It hii'i done tor me what other so-called rures have failed to do --cured me. TheillVct of Ihe Balm seemed mau'cfll.--Clnrcnce L Huff P.iddefonl, Me. A f t e r trying runny remedies for catarrh d u r i n g pint twelve years. T tried Klv's Cream Halm w i t h complete success. It is tver one year since I stopped using it and have had no return of catarrh. I recommend it to all my hiemH--Milton T. Palm, Reading, Pa. EmvAKD J. EVAN, a clerk in the United States Expre'i^ (llice at Washington, D. C., has skipped w i t h $30,000. ExcrhE nie, George, bnt when I saw yon rt year ligi), your face win covered with pimple"; it seem" to bo a l l right now." ' Yes, sir; that's because I stuck to Ayer's Sarsaparllla, the greatest blond medicine in tbe world. I was never go well in ruy life its I am now. FlFTk' FOi'K famil-ea in a town in Kansas haveall their food prepared by a co-operative cooking club, which has been in existence two years. liHKrMAi r«M Crnnn I.N" A DAY --''Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 tlays. Its action upon the syi-teui i.s remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immediately disappears. The first do-^e greatly benefits, 7.1 cents. Sold and guaranteed hy J. M. Huher, Druggist, Gettysburg. WnmHNC. invitations, hanil-ome in design; at t h i s ofiice. "How TO CUKE ALL SKIN DISEASES."-Simply apply l \Sw;iyne'.i Ointment." No mternal medicine required. Curs tetter, ez c ma, ilcb, all eruptions on the face, hand", uo°e, Oic., leaving Lbe skin clear, white find healthy. I N great healing and curative powers arp possessed by no other remedy. A-k your druggist for Swu^ne Ointment. POITHKBN California produces 180,000,000 oranges a year. because it is constructed upon the best design, of the best materials, and by the best workmanship. Wyckoff, Seamans Benedict 834 CHESTNUT ST., PHILA. Jan. 5, 1892. ly NEW ADYEItTlSEMENS. DAUOHEY A OO. PRESERVATIVE. Milkmen, Creamery men and Dairy men can keep MILK and CKKAM Iresh a week without UKlue ice. Healthful, uutieieNs, odor i ess and Inexpensive. H AMPLE, enough to make tent, mulled for Lea conlH Tne Prenervallue M'l'g Co., lOCedar 81., New York. A C A D E M Y OF HYPNOTISM. Lecture** ou the practical use of Hypnotism nH a tK'leuce; a Therapeutical agent, Curative and Remedlul: an AnaentlieUc. Addrms U It. T1IOS. U. I'KACOCK, 1208 Hpruce Street, Philadelphia. .»-·«· -«* PACKER'S HAIR BALSAM »ru,-f and betutlfie* the hair. iiiuKi B luxuriant p-owth. Fall* to Bee tore Qrmy to in Youthful Color7 C O N S U M P T I V E Weak hunt-*, ncbmiv, Imli;ri*tIuTi, P n T a k e i n u i n e . a t i . ' H I N p E R C O R N S . The only,,.TMcurtiatCon.1. Slop* ·Jlpaiu. DC. at innatisu, ot II1SCOX * CO., W. V A Family Affair Health for the Baby, ^Pleasure for the Parents, ?New Life for tbe Old Folks. Hires' Joot Reer June 21,1SU2. tl" HERE IS WHAT EVERY FARMER WANTS, Two horses will do the work of five. The elevated Binder is certainly a thing of the past. Farmers can see this Binder iu actual operation in the Warehouse of JOHN A. LIVERS, GETTYSBURG, PA. Don't fail to see it before buying. June 7,1892. 11 --Mr. W. K. Kchicfc ind risborg are at Mr. H. D --Mrs. McF^ll and and Mrs. E. K. Stalbmith. at Mr E. M. Xiegler's. -- Prof. J. D. Hauler for hi-* sclirtrtl work in tbe --G*o. J Beoner. F . to Atlantic City last «vfc. --Gipt. J-,hn Mnlon. of at Capt. J.imts Herb's. --The Misses MrSherry. were visitor* bst w#-eb. --Miss Le vel*her«er. oi at Miss Man' Bushman's. --Mis* Margie Stalltuan, Mr. Edgar FaberV --Mira Emily Homer is Falls and Watkins, ami al Baltimore. --Mr. and Mrs. SUtnne! bcrshnrg, are at Mrs. W. --Miss Grace Stahle. of ra! days witb relatives --Miss Nettie Emsbaw tion. --Miss Nettie Slander, of gaestof Miss Nellie Trorr! last --Mrs. F. D. Ramer and Capt. W. J. Martin's. --Misa Ainy Lewis, of visiting tbe Mis** Ella and --Mrs. W. F. Gilhlacd --Miss Yii-eie O'Sta! ha.- Kockaway, N. J.. --Mrs S. M. Stewart is State Teachers' convention. --Mr. Keuton Harper ington, D. C., are at Mr*. --Mr. W. A. Diebl and ford, visited bis (MrenU, W. Diehl, last Sal nrday. --Miss Amber L. Dteb! Shippensbn-E State .Normal she graduated last Thursday, cepted a prs.tion iu Lanei.-ter per moath. --Miss Barbara Daacberiy, pbia, is at Mrs. ix-wib --Mr. Geo. \V. I.inck«. the York Sife and Lock

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  1. Gettysburg Compiler,
  2. 05 Jul 1892, Tue,
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