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   Adams Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1844, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                                i in m .ii'i-r ______ assess i 8 H5S At W Or h'ri'iT I v. ithm viv.r. S ROBERT a HARPER, EDITOR XD PROPRIETOR. C per square for 3 weeks; f -2-') cent? per square ibr each continuance. wins St'll UT OF INNOVATION VPOX THE PKINCU'LKS OF YOVR GOVERNMENT. HOWEVER Sl'KClOUS TUB 1'UKTEXTS. The ibllou-m- brit-   alUclc m ll SWins' .oitsssv raxes, TOTlCE i.- H by sri inhnVnnm- rs. to that llo ounty. will hold f! t urg. i i; y !.i: Jiid, :r't' ;he inlluune cia-eth not IVr r. 'i LL inat.-'J a-.i.in? oi the- eanh. .l.iir'd y 'he r  Lu'lorc 1 I'lnnlv. Un: panu-lc thai and loani'd source of all aood, to Uod once dear to each other, ha? been the! us such boys as, have 1 been bles-s-ed with the instructions of a ar seek to palliate such indis-' pious mother, ll is a qualification for 1 i i i __ i r__i After some further talk Samuel acknowledged that was his brother. The oi-ntleman advised hint to buy him: but Samuel protested that he was Mich :iuht millions annually, in IS'i'-'. aiul in 1M I, l.'JS.S.O.'jrx a vicious tloo- loo- that he wanted ne.th- consequence. sub be found crairuy o'fr lhc surtre, Hi: I's putlnvav hv its cra.-lnnir Itohs, j .s n tt-fth tin- j-hu'Jdennirbark, of iht ol Coin-id 1'lank, The account of Vrilliain Adniiniy- at or of the of r Cruin, tu erased. Above the pl'i'iii'iis; hath It? iellow. and tin motion this.-- bciiueath'd. l.ivi.'- in the ripple, slopes or nuss The final accouni of Shi her. SnioO'.hl'a-ins. the ncofthn Exi-cntfirsuf ihe ot .lamb Keller, i and ihcn il ruH'k'a on, cc-eased, who v.as Kxceutor ot ihc Estate ol Until U upon Kieiinty. ohn KiiKlcr, The account of .l-.ffph Jr., Ad- Thus naught is lost in that Irirjiionions ch.ain. linistraior of the Esraiu of Joseph Wncciinircr. Thai, chansriiiii moniL-utlv. is periect still. 2n., ueceabL'd. Hod. drawn breaths are ages, with those The account of Samuel lUiUrr aiid Adam hr> mhs T. AdininisiratOM ohhc Estate ol Adam Miller. the Po 'twill uverhe, eceriPcd. Till wltii one wnvo of his r.tajesuc :.nn, The aecount of Joseph jsm. Admin- [Jo snaps ihe cl-ssp away, and d the chain strator of the oi Snc-. rmnev. ?f n. eceascd. Exumtor of.1 ('-.oplAVambsdi. cceascd. KING. Krister. legistc-r's Office. Cettys- Lurg. Jan. 20. Ifci 1." e m cretion. or endeavor to covt r oursehes which from censure, by savins; thai the story i earth, was no fabrication of ours, and thai we child who has been in his infancy, never could have dreamed the mere hint to hear the precept of heavenly truth in- we dropped would have produced such culcated in the oi maternal love, unpleasant conserpiences but how Truths thus distilled lie ever in the mem- sliulu a coverino- for us is tlnV. when, by my. They are interwoven with all the failinc" faithfullv to repress the first ri- M-nsibilities of the soul. They are the a temptation to break the law of fortress of conscience, not impregnable, kindness, we have inflicted moriilicalion it is true, bin indestructible. They fur- ancl pain upon a fellow o do with him. The gentleman be- to have M) bad an opinion of his bar- no sun.liiute can tou.ul on 0'ailu lhal ho to sell the fugitive Never would e despair ol tlu: 7 '1'he last packet from New York to London carried out upwards of one hun- dred varieties of fruit trees for the London Horlicuhural Sociely. They were ob- tained from the extensive nurseries of Messrs. Prince (Jo. at These gentlemen sent out lo the same Sociely, only a few years ago, several hundred varieties. The New York alluding lo the fact that our couniry was not long since indebted amme the papers io Bemo assured dollars. Samuel, wiih great ap- parent indillerenee, accepied the terms, the necessarv papers u ere drawn. Isaac 1 lopper was in the room during th whole transaction, and the colored man oi a temptation to break- tne law ot ionress oi conscience, not impu-g..auie, t, v wax ;u ]ie ;n_ cindness, we have inflicted moriilication it is true, bin indestructible. They -and free T' Yes. M a mcl pain upon a fellow being the mind with chords which, in :if-. "Suppose 1 was Zeek, And is there no for this- orow-; lor life, seldom fail to vibrate to the touch me could f 'sa> n? deformity which, like a of faithful exposiulation. They are m- j nic any Utan he .-leaves so closely to the human nice i cxtinguishable sparks, which, isaac. As soon as Must it continue to invade tbe jieacc and i seemingly smothered under a heap ol'( lvccived this assurance, he made inlcrcsl Airain in by fall. cle Mus mar ihe of individuals, of fam- ilies, and of communities "Would that we possessed a more just sense oi tbe j tenderness we OAVO to each other, as fal- i len and erring creatures, subject to be taken captive by our unwearied foe in .ic.. and the improvement of those onr more congenial soil. soil, is our country paying Eastern Hemisphere all she 1 from it, and Avith accumu- corruplion, may be fanned by the friendly and spiritual counsel into the pure genial name of piety. ami ow bow to the with ad- ditional fun in a face always roguish, isaid, "Your servant, sir: i am Zeek." The Cincinnati Atlas says that there is a capital of about invested in the CELL E 0 U S. moments of weakness! that a faithful S Avatch Avere set at the door of our lips, to prcA-entthe breath of slander from as- in an -ol r lo Old People. We find the followin course THE subscrihor has now on hand, a large and extensive assortment of Tin and Sheet-Iron s-hicli he will dispose of on reasonable terns-., nf ds Establishment in Clnimbci-ybnrs: Ulirrt. next loor to the Post Qfiirr. Or-OROE E, TJET.IlLTTx. K. B. Conntiy nieicham, supplied on ica- teims. G. K. B. Feb. 1 2. Om Gdhioii'b Last Clarion thus hiMiitii'nlly and inipres--rvcly ckctchcs the death-bed scene ol this excellent man: sailinij the innocent, or mainiifymir the -His last words j Of .ujlt ujn were in admirable j Of words there wanleth nol sin but he LAND FOB S keeping Avith lhc purity and piety of his i that refraineth his lijis is long 1 iie. Surrounded by a feAv of his 'fhe proper cultivation and storing of chosen friends.Avho Avere at his bed side mmci with useful knowledge, on the first intimation of a danger to be an important auxiliary in the cause; which he Avas insensible, he jt would lend lo direct o'ur conversation with great the particulars of towards subjects of permanent interest a convivial parly at "Washington many and utility, and Avonkl Aveaken thai sirong years ago. and spoke of one AA'ho on that propensity of our social circles to criti- occasion avowed himself a''free-thinker" i the conduct and character, and to of proceeding recommended to aged peo- ple, as a means of enabling (hem to pre- serve their c-yes.iphl. or to recover it after it had failed "Every morning, when washing yourself, dip your face into the water, open your eyes, and keep them under the water as long as you can hold your breath. This strengthens the eye and cleanses il from the rheum which deadens the sight and considerably af- fects the ball. A gentleman in Alary- land, by the name of James Calder, af- ter using spectacles for twenty-five years. followed this plan, and at the age of 70 recovered his siirln so as to see without HE Trustees of Pennsylvania College i authoiizcd the to oiler at 'rivate Sale, A iLot OJf lear the College Edifit-c. containing about 4- Icrcs. r terms apply to K" (r. K. FAT1XCSTUCK. G. TTATVPr.TC. C 5" D. GILBERT, Jan. S. If HE subscriber lios on hand, at hi? Ptoie in a line as- sortment of GOOI5S, ivhich have been purchased on the moFt ora- 3le terms, and will be told A'ERY CHEAP, foi Cash or Pi'odint'. N. B. He take? thi-, oppoitiinity of notifj inir those Vv'ho are indebted to him he monry. They arc. therefore, desired lo call with him. and if they cnnnot pav all they owe. jwy a part, and settle theii account.- by Note. JO11X MILLEK. townthip Jan. 3: C T ICE. ORXEL1US BlUXlCrRlTOrF. of Stiahnn 1OAvnchm. ma: exei nted an in religion. "From that day." said Judge Gasion. ''1 always looked on that man with distrust. J do noi that a Free Thmkr-i may not be an honorable man thai Jic way not from high mo- dwell upon the mistakes and foibles of them. Dipping the crown _ of the head our fellows. into cold water, every morning both win- But there is a remedy, an effectual j ler and summer, is a preservative against remedy, one that would essentially pro- mote our own happiness, while il saved lives scorn to do a mean 1 dare others from the pain Avhich we have no not truyf him. A belief in an over-rn- to inflict. ling Divinity, Avho shapes our ends.! It is found in the commandments so n forced by our Holy Rc- hou shall love ihe Lord thy all thy heart, and with all thy a'ldj wilhall thy mind, and with all seeming to swell Avilh AL- i This is the iirsl com- whoso eye is upon us, who will reward emphatically e ns according to onr deeds, is necessary. deemer. '-Th We must believe and feel that there is a   ibe Pennslvamn (luaki-rs the {Baptists. 'he mas> of the folknvcr- of Wicu-liffand nounce.-? the of avaric" by decla- rmrr thai '-it is easier for a camel logo broucrht and all adopted this through the eye of a net die ilian it for oroul all it. And a rich man to enter into the kingdom of Avhere liierc any ?enliinent a loner time to i amoni'-t nK-n e mean the i worship of a quiet, loving heart affects >ri of our Saviour h" do them as a voice Irom Jfcaven. i of an f a I of Gainhlers ni A few nigliLs ago Mr. Deputy Sheriff ('boat, of Wobnrn, Mass, with about twenty of the repaired to the '-J-lorn Pond 1 in that town, and took into custody seven gamblers, with their implements of training, con- sisting of lirenly valued by their owner, at about lifieen hundred dollars The Sherili'said it was his duty .to destroy the of gaining, and he accordingly all the lighting cocks, in presence of a troodiynumber of the citizens of Wobtirn. The owner of the cocks resides in Boston, and is eighty-seven years old. Jie snys lie has followed the busings of cock- Imitation Russia Sheet Iron. A n of this successful imitation of a foreign article, the manufacture of which has heretofore: been zealously kept secret by thu Russian GoTcrnmeul lias been left at our Counting Room. U is made, in Pennsylvania, and purpose- ly glazed only on one side. We learn that both sides can be glazed if required; but as only one side shows when manu- factured it answers eveiy purpose to glaze but one side, and I he saving three- fourths of ,'i cent per pound in cost. This iion, we learn, ran be afforded at about per cent. or ft per ton Jess than the louresi average price of the foreign full gltized article of the same thickness, to which in appearance it very nearly approaches. Being manufactured with great care from the best of blooms, it will fully compare with the foreign arti- cle in malleability and toughness. Bull. A traveller in Italy snys that you may find more handsome. American women, in one walk up and down Broadway, than in an entire Italian city; and thai the manners of the Italian women consti- tute their principal and render them quite irresistible, fighting for (ill y years. eae The Madisonian says that a sagacious friend of Mr. Van Btiren recoilly re i i i marked Calhonn may curse for his hie thai his poor coc.cs migbl be mnclli as rmich ns he 'plcaSL.s e iih pei feet impunity, pro ruled he atunds faal, nndlunin one of its trunks" of a JJoy Nor-' of ceneral i anueaiance at oint, u il Josia Nevrhall. of Lynnlield. mlornis us.' i r i ,i leu moie i thai fm, ing apple orchani not, Wr a a BS Rfl 5 8 a if n oroui rum ann an n. JMIU  of Judr-a. and ri- 1 too much hhade for tiling, lie put on v.irh with its loftv pniiilincr dnvr thoir into the syna- mnnuio, wood n-lio. and 2 i b-avenwurd the plain temple of ,he to rl-sccmlo lhc r.luir Mwwr .jua.ts of M.Il to a tree, ,owin, the s.a t Su- aoomn. th. 1 ul uue the Hhenfl'was ineioraljie. The heads oftbe cocks have been pre- served, in order that they may be present as witnesses the venerable garn- blr-r, Whose with thal_of the pvcss lha, j h keeiier of lorn J'on.l Mouse, and j aboutsixlccnyeavs of agCj dror.'ncd in the Schuylkill, a short islance beloAV Catlifeh locks, on the 23th lie had boen sent doAvn the river and from ihe circumstance of five olhers, who are under bonds for their 'oiirt, will come on m a i ii i" the trammers -I l u11' I i f f t HUM! U H I t J MIL p hear w.ll. and the small quantity of fnut j aud hl UlP TTTK M.hscnhcr pu at f '..I'e. the j'li'jei- tv of J.vrun WILT lo 'j mr-M bo'ili'in Pipe. ,llid 1 lioil if.n in the hand- oi Mi. Wi I.T. ioi sent i be ree'.iuned v, Irnl think Ali fore, not to intei'Kre ig  appearance j at Court to answer." This rl.-ci.-iun ex- Jjr_ of Korrj5t0wn, It-'uds the power oi committing Feb. 0. JJ'.fOB IIAIIX. Chri.-rliini.A- SAvord and i be faucrot arc inflf-j'( nl of -sfjct- and !y to NS Inch the coin for ill'; nibs to ivfoilid their pi r- Harris, of .Arcrvl'1, P''i cli ini 1 Inatiori of the took "-mall MI on t'iip mo'-t pres- sj ring, and div ol j rnuch ,har. has been gener- lo c Court in a writ of error from t HIT? occasion, is ell kno-.vn to .such a.- equal j rm.-., planting the butt end, t i olato into four i Montgomery county, ic J J lo or For Ku Feb. 12. THr.RK AJU-: AHOt'T TOSJM Pf.AS'S'K nt TROXT1.E K cral. I'j lhc iM -avded t iV the law of hn.vc amon? ran'tbo nnh'-cded. dine- desert. an ra v. i'hm-ipuni porlnlical -pl of ibe oast. ilicM- worc compared to the eye of 'd cn'l, and the parntr. ami ilv luo centre J-KCCS se- v.-as from in-- biJl And Printing of every description, Kcatly frprditimifbj 'it !hr OjTiT rf the- "Adams oi> of ihr- i.a. <-olo-y aj prlnrcs a needle T.if.- ar. a inino-i' d yarn, f-w of and the of a camel making MO Ibs showing In.- o! tne iifiiiction- bu' are nrmmpnnird by through ihern became, al l.-noui'- c.-titre piece- by Ob pounds in the ouanii- 1110 alleviation none of it- alloy that is n exprc-.-sion for any iinptac- ty planted- t mixed with some. bi- siing. ticable unrlfcrtukiiiir. li'ldjrf-i Joi'TiKil, 1 A Poor Mfni. 1'he }iiio-.riphrjr T-'ra- yesterday a person not rc- for his piety, remarked, in (X. J..) died n few days since, in conse- i quence of a slight puncture in one of his Jmgerri, while he in a mortem examination. It is astonishing lo note the number of deaths from such causes. markuble for his piety, remarked, in f-nij- no Jio.i; iu i.oiiml.s j Opponeni had aimed and from tne c-.Hro PL-C.-S bimv M who e of onr fmcM have been i overheard b.irn man must be a marksman Avho could hit yo-irs." Frozen lo Martin, a to up at a impon-d frc.m barren flcn-rt-: some of, 1 i n' icct than at the 01 a our noblest Kir-as Inve hcon Uie oil-spring j _ of rn umuhivaU d i.nnd. Fe says ihat money is man A is fclill poorer." In a Iowa Legislature of lasi year divorced nvcnly couples, and ihe Legislature of this year, by n large majority, has decided that it has not lha poAver to divorce. ,1 Tulvablc, Cur Moselle arrived at Boston from Havre on Thurs- if bni (Vnxon to dealh on last "Wednesday nicrht clay, brought a cargo, of Avhich the invoice a week, by reus'on of inlemperance. amounted.to wi'hont i of Suscpiehamin county. was   

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