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   Adams Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1827, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                               HELDjat Ge or THIS J The "ADAMS SENTINEL" is pub- shed every annum, if paid in or Ttoo and JFfiy paid within not exceeding a arc published THRKETIMRS for One and for each Continuance afteF Twcrify ceedinj? a square, in the same proper- _ County, taken Wov. 1826. 1 Waggon, halter fcc., 100 Qflb 5 Horses and Harness 500 00 18 head of beef cattle, stock cattle and milch cow's, "315 '00" 23 head of hogs Wheat corn Potatoes ____ zens.of Gettysburg and1 its vicinity, eVill stop the 9th, 10th, tlth the-loaa of_: pif in thejoost approved manner; also file, II 3tA teeth, with neatness and ease. LL persons hayingLclarims air Debtor) are requested to present them Hay Flaxseed 170 00 370 00 32 Q0_ 300 00 EESPECtFULLY Informs his friends and the public generally, that he has just received FRKSff SUPPLY OF ABLE- bought generally at Auction, conafc oniOBtr Woollen cloth 30 40 12j of Aditiris, day of January r it) of one thousand eight. huWred and twenty Reed, and his associates, UE proof having been made ot at a. former Court, on Heirs and Legal Representatives of ware, Queeiwware, Gro Chairs and tables Shoes and leather 29 beds Flax and wool Spinning wheels and reels TSroterles" 40-00- 2400 .23 00 Purdon's Digest Medicine and furniture Poultry "f f alt of which he is determined toselFlow for Cash or Country Produce, 8cc.------ Books and others for sale. Gettj'sbur'g, >farelv3p. and tacklings ._ f__ nters tppls, grindstone, -Crockery and t i n- ware 00 a tons of ptatsTer 20 OS 17 00 for settlement on Saturday 7tf day of Jlftril at TO o'clock, A.M. to of William Yetts on'TUat; day ceivenhe and thejlividend, be. Samuel Wright, Trustee. March 20. 3t barrel vinCgar CupbpsTd[ table linen iS bushets aalt Boards and plank 48 bags; Clothing Farnfthg utensils 6 new carpet bedquilts 9; 40 9 75 7 ?P" 17 00 91 50 21 87A ROBERT TAYLOR ETURNS his sincere thanks to couragement he has received r and in forms them that reduced the prices of work at his Shop to the fol- UKE NOTICE, that I have ap- __ .plied to the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Adams coutity, for the benefit of 1 lie Insolvent Laws of this Commonwealth and they have appointed-Mond.ay.-thc 23rf day-QL-AL PROCLAMATION. HEREAS the Esq. President of the several Courts of Common Pleas in the Coun- ties composing the Ninth District, and Justice of the Courts of-Oyetand ene'ral Jail_IJe_15ery. for MeVs J55 50 du." 50'" "Women's dp7." 1'TMie'h'a Shoes, from 1 25 ia j do, frorri t j and .all others in He pledges that all work! .done at his shop, shall be of the best I kind and he hopes, by his attention merit a generous sharp of the deceased, to appear It '.his Court, and or jeluse accejt of the lion made therof t end being severally illeifarid making ti6 atibwtts add running fkway with, ajnilk cart longing to the-Ctledonian Dairy, there- by causing a great clattering of thus milk cant, and the etfusiori of their tontrmrt. The offente committed ori on the road. UourtOraut on all and legal represents _ _ Cotirti County ;of -A of hy the real OS fate of said dlscessedr should not be sold agreeably tdrtheHhitestate lia Common wealth. "By the Court, George Zieglcr .-v -c? March 6. From late Engliah papers. pnhlir. custom. on and will constantly keep, an assortment.of of jdl he-svffl 41sK _ Extraordinary .Att__es- iraordinafyitrtal Jof ce here two days ago. v A gamekeeper named Barnarvon, was found on the 16th of August, wounded in the most shocking manner: the unfortunate man had received eight stabs in diffe rejrii pirlsof the body, aTSd a violent blow oft the head, which had fractured his fafityJowllor skull; be was carried to his dwelling, and, in the presence of his wife and children, made the following, state- ment neighbors called upon me, for the purpose of obtain .f' -.w VVUIBO" recommended   at last I tried to upon an opposite _ _ breakers bit she" not wear round; and as I wss obnaid what to she made a heaV tarxh, wbick pitched- .me overooti i Creditors, Atlhe rHJoruugh__of and OtheT ders in the said and Daniel proper ifelurth JohnWagner. 3t T erally applied to the Judges of the county, for the benefit'of iheToloTve5T laws of this Commonwealth and said TToUrniaYe appointed Monday the 2M day of jifiril ntxt, of us and our Creditors respectively, at i he Court-house in the borough of -Gettysburg. __. _ ATwisTTowling, and OUn OI jricaa, Coyirtsaif Qyer and Terminer, and General Jail Delivery, trial of all capital and other of- ijjonuce. Gettysburg, Jan. 9. tf turning the course of a which belonged to them after beom ends> TT! wards, when passing near a narrow fenders in the County of hav- precept, bearing Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty- seven, for Geopral Quarter Sessions of the Peace and General Jail Delivery, and Court Wanted ral wages and constant employment will be given.____ behind a ISbe-j hedge, and felled me to the earth with the whole naked truth, yourWorsJup'i Reverence's mercy. law's Statement was confirmed by tho Mah_ert Gettysburg, Jan. 9. TO THE CREDITORS OF WM. CHRONISTER, a bludgeon; while lying Senseless upon the ground, the murderer took out his different who knife and stabbed me in the bosom catastrophe of the YtirrX as ha? ing tt- k'en place at the AbbejAiH the pain caused by the second blow brought me tea sense of my xlreadful and the pojnt where he first oir, the London Road was stti milky way. .mrgjia said, "Audran, take pFfy on my poor family, and do not kill My d{ he inflicted The Judge ordained thV of- to pay 4 pray A guinea, or to be confined twenty days in the of his messmates catrie forward ant! the of Operand Tcrrninerf at Gettysburg, on Monday the 23d of is g4 !o_a_l! the Jusiice's of the Peace, the Go- Teter Sheets. March 20. Ot Friday the 301 h inst. IBeds Chairs, and a great variety of HOUSEHOLD y Kir Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. I. A reasonable credit will be piven. Wm. M'Clellan.Jr. Gettysburg, March 13. tv roner, and Constables, within the said County of Adams, that .they be then and there, in their proper persons, with their Rolls, Records, Inquisitions, Ex- aminations, and other Remembrances, to do those things, which to their offi- ces, and in that behalfVAppertain to be Ihey wJio willprosecule against the prisoners that are, or then shaUbe in the Jail in the of Adams, are to be then and there, lo just_. Hated M. Gettysburg, tiuEL 2QLh._day of March, A. D. 1827. T. C. Miller, Sheriff. March ATE of Reading township, Ad deceased, that the ,and left me in the state in Subscribers have been appointed, by which I was found." Audran was of course arrested, and brought into the presence of the man, whoj jgavg rri of March 5, THOSE afflicted with Rupture will be much benefited, if not perma- rently cured, by e tsulc the com- mon and inefTec'.i.a; Truss, and adopi- hig tlie only we'll n..aptcd of A. G. HULL, M D. of New This is simp> in its structure, ea- sy of application, not displaced by mu- by lhe Lest Surgeons of (he country, as answering indication. __ hss hfen appointed for their sslr. here Ir.qoire of flurhitr. Apothecaries rg, Slifch 13. St ihe Judges of the Su- preme Court of Pennsylvania, have appoioied a CIRCUIT COURT to be held at Gettysburg, for the coun- ty of Adams, by the Judges of the same Court to commence on Monday the of ,ffin! next, and to continue one week XoUce, Given, To the Coroner and Constables, in the different -townships of the count 5- of A- dams, that they be then and }here in their proper persons, to do ftjose things which to their offices, in that bclialf. appertain to be done. T. C. Milltr. Sheriff. Sheriff's-QfYicc, Geftys- Marc'Ti R. 5 Tc rates and proportions due the respec- tive Creditors of sTid and they will meet for that purpose, at the house of Joseph Woods, in the town of Berlin, on Wednesday the 4th day of Afiril next) at 10 o'clock, A.M. wherr aril who are interested are desired te George Brown, JPilliam Patterson, TtTarcTi 6. Christian Picking. evidence. I commit the crime said Audran. "Near the wall of a garden belonging to Mr. was the reply. Imme- diately after uttering these wontoj the wounded man expired. The police repaired t o_t h ei p 1 s m en t ion- ed no marks or the smallest traces of blood were to be found but the con- fession of Barnarvon, added to the cir cumstancc of a coat which Audran Jfjore of true murder not orcurrrnre trut correspondent of 1'Isle Jesus, has Infor- med us that a woman who there, bad, a few days ago, three of her5 children and her servant girl poisoned in theIbnolvTngextraordiflary mannerT Previous to her going to church, jorrtera to the gave to the girl to make joupj in which she desired her to boil a head of cabbage whole. The girt did as she was ordered, and about noon gave, 3 chilJren some of it. The children 4T Xotice is Given, To alt the Heirs and Legal Kefir (tent- atives of ANDREW BOWKHS, If t T Cents (cash) 7 ILL be given for. e'fan Linfn and Cotton VACrS at LATE of Latmrorc A- dams county, deceased, viz. Ja- cob, John, Elizabeth (intermarried with George Japhet, (whose share is transferred to Abraham Roads) Susanna, (intermarried with Isaac 8c Benjamin Bowers: that an INQUEST will b'e held on the premi- in Latimore township, Adams co., on Thursday the <29th of March intt., at 9 o'clock, A. M. to make partition of the lands of the said Jnd'ut Bowert, to and among the heiraf of said-deceased, or as many of them as the same will accommodate, if the same will admit of such partition, without prejudice to, or spoiling [he whole otherwise, to value and appraise the whole, undivi- ded, accord'rog to Hie fortK of the Act of Assembly in such cases made and evidence jury found the prisoner guilty, and he was sentenced to death. Although the prisoner denied most lemnly knowing any thing aboiii the crime, when brought back to the con elli that HP killed suM-CienJL toup, lickcned and died.; This had sucb effect upon the girl, that the ran screaming till she met her tress, who home and wav prof id e T. C. Miller, Sheriff. r March 6. Barharvoa, not on the spol by the latter, but in his (Aadran'u) own garden, where a quantity of blood would be seen this proved to be the fact; he added that Bartiarvon entered the garden for the purpose of commit- ting a struggle took place between them, and Barnarvon fought in so determined a not- withstanding the different stabs inflict- ed, had not the blow upon the head been with a heavy piece of wood which happenedio near the place of combat, he, the prisoner, would have been murdered. This statement reach- ed the jury po the following day, and they requested the Judrje, who had passed the sentence of to recall several witnesses they wire re-exam- ined by the Jury, and the account giv- en by the prisoner proved to be a fict. However, ther trial r, and the man, vho would have acquitted, still remains in un- vinced that the girl was not crazy at she imagined, when she beheld her 3 tnfanti lying lifclci beholding such melancholy cle beggars description. In her phren- zy she blamed the girl for being the cause, and, as a punishment, ordered her to take some of the soup. The poor of her and lo convince her mistress that the) knew nothing of a poisonous nature being put into the soup, took sotae, cod was toon after s corpse. A-medical gentleman was then sent found on cutting open the whoje bead of cabbage, that it consid- erable sued snake, whose poisonous rrature caused this melancholy catas- trophe. Cow. Adv. BQLtVARV of New York hw rich tifk reticule, intmdM) compliment to tad of who WatCtnccM. On the if A of on PoKraf, embroidery,   

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