ElizaSowersClip1 Philly Public Ledger 26 Oct 1838
. . . ' Brfore Retwritf Ruth. . ' A case is now up on a hearingwhich implicates three respectable individuaJa. ia being accessary to tne deatn or a young, respectable, unmarried female, named Eliza Sowers, a resident of ManavanJL The defendants are William Nixon, superintendent bo Mr. Eckstein's paper millsvin the - vicinity of Kaoay. nnk, and Drs. Armstrong aid Cnauneey.twefeotanie The examination on Wednesday was private, aad on Yesterday public, and the substance of what was disclosed was as follows: The. deceased wa. ero - Eoyed at Mt. Eckstein's paper mill, and waa, in the tinning of the present month, conveyed ta this city, and placed to board in tnm house of a Mrs. KiBsley. where, beinf somewhat indaoseL Ouuucey visited her. Shortly aAerwada she be cam n - nra and n - aa rMiinvtvl ta t tut Anctnr'm hnusa in Filbert street, between Ninth and ifenth streets, waere, ta the course era lew days, sae expiree. la - formation of her death was conveyed to. her family. ia Manayuak, where her remains w afterwards lalerred. her dearft bemr ascribed to dysentery, Some suspicions, however, arisinc fnm the sudden ness and singularity of her decease, the body wss disinterred on Saturday last, and examined by two phytieiaaa, who, front its appearance, earns to the conclusion that an attempt had beea made, by tha use of instruments, to produce abortion, which, it is supposed, caused her death. - - . - , ' - ' The deceased .was enraged to ae married to a younjr man, named Cornrnaa, about a year since, bat, for tlie last three months, had not permitted sis visits.' "" " ": llie exaairnstion is not yet fiatohed. v '