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Norwalk Reporter And Huron Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 8, 1827, Norwalk, Ohio OF THK OF OUK SATURDAY 3 1327 PUBLISHED BY p BUCKINGHAM COUNTS REPORTER and t 1 is polished weekly at Two o or Two Dor LARS and LIKE OF if before thc of the year DOLLARS and IL STAGES Subscriber proprietor of f M'S win e T Avail be discontinued until ail aro paid A failure to crive no- this line of stamps believing that travellers passing this will be more satisfaetoiily has CHANG LD the arrival of his as a new engagement Those receive papers by ten Dost paj inserted posta e be tlie rate of One iar for tLe fint turee ri company all Advertisements they will be at thc i r c of in caster on Mondays and Thursday in each week st twelve o'clock and arrive at Thornville same ing Leave Thornville on day and arrive at Joint Cully3.- Hotel in Newark at ten o'clock A M and at Barney's in at four Dressed to the must be post paid otherwise they cot he fo kinds of Country Produce in the market o'clock P M SEPTEMBER 1827 D K M 9 8 6 We 18 Ci 14 37 6 13 14 e Mount Ternon Wednesday and Saturday j mornings arrive in Newark at two o'clock P M same day at ville same evening at six o'clock P M and at Lancaster on Mondays and Thursdays at ten o'clock A M Passengers going on to Portland with no de Jay as the Sine from the northward meets this line at Vernon and those going towards Cincinnati i or any other place west or east of Lancaster will meet with no de- as the great eastern sieges pass through that place daily PETER COOL July 7 1827 E following lands situated in Huron County and State of O- are offered for Sale at Fifty less than the prices lore asked by the Proprietors They are of good quality well within a few miles of the of Lake Erif la respect to good r Roads are highly privileged ant among which are a Dumber of improved farms SECTION No I L R A L R A 4 i 49 2 5 JOO 6 1 56 35 100 2 3 100 16 6 3 134 2 6 153 3 P 14 19 SECTION No II L R A L R A 7 3 100 88 152 N 9 3 50 E P 10 6 104 9 4 100 E P 11 6 105 104 6 48 8 5 100 E P 9 15 50 On the town Plat Reservation 135 SECTION No I MILAN L A L A 1 188 E P 8 162 2 SOS E P 4 162 3 180 5 455 7 SECTION No 17 MILAN Lot 4 Acres 100 SECTION OXFORD In Partition 100 Acres CUNNINGHAM'S ISLAND Lot 10 241 Acres above lands are offered at worthy the attention of the speculator as well as the emigrant information call on NORWALK June 8 Agent in said county M the same terms or 103 or 1112 tv n thc flourishing of Hk of Justice iu f tin distance from thc of Tho land is wolf coli n well tmi has extensive anil on it It fro we si ou the he Koad r anily Some on t 05 The a M u r or low for n Jv tinijiurc c-f the subscriber D GIBBS July 5 7827 JS hereby given to the Taxable Inhabit ants of Huron County the Tax levied for the pre- sent year is as follows For Canal purposes fifteen cents on the hundred for State purposes fifteen cents on the dred dollars for County purposes thirty cents on the hundred dollars for purposes fifty cents on the hundred dollars lor School ses 5 cento on the hundred Amounting in the whole ts eleven and a half mills on the on the valuation tlic 5 cents on the hundred dollars do 10 do Milan do 5 do do 3 do Margaretta do 3 do Danbury do 10 do shall attend two in Township at the proper piece of holding for the purpose NO 3 By Dr in answer to in- made by Cairo I I u cj itc I caverns rucks Lakes crs and die oj the ua iir the and ion oj and whether in or or li'ir lite strata observed in urlis whether jor wU or v and shells n n FROM THE CITY OP A L B A Y receiving the follows viz In township on thc inst In Ripley township on ths and days of Aug inst In Greenwich township on the 17th and 18th do In Ruggles township on ths 20th and 21st do Fn township on the and 23d do In township on the 24th and do In township on and do In Greenfield township on the 20th and do In Sherman township on the day of August and the 1st doy of September next Sri Norwich township on the 31 at day of August and the 1st day of September In Peru township on the 3d and 4th do In Bronson township on the 5th and 6th do In Haitland township on the 7th and 8th do In Townsend on the 7th and do In township on the and do In on the and do In Florence township on the Mih do In township on the 17th 13th and 20th do In township on the 21st and do Fn Lyme township on the 24th and do In Margaretta township on the and do In Perkins township on the and do In Oxford township on the isl and 2d days of October next In Milan township on the 3d and do In Huron township oa the 5th and do In Danbury township en the 8th county except the river and with is in except upon the of hilld that have hern burnt by the spjsnj fires covered loose vegetable mould of fuo o inches in i he woods have hern there tins a- bounds The soil is no where very the hill tops are in ces coveted with in a stratum one or two Vet in thickness full of crevices crocks and broken pieces if the sition had been exposed to the sun while it vas yet and soft and it had and shrunk in ing The soil in some parts of the county is eandy but those usually in he neighbourhood of of and to be The river and are entirely alluvial j composed of earth brought the higher grounds by arid Ly in the lapse of ages that have t for two or i Aether fiom ci over tope of thf u- this there iff a over the mouth an is arui only n or on the wafer the A Bander the well be full j so far from this there is a con- the water EO long aa it above the surface of earth the well and it pasu through tho and sand at hott and its to the again pome ore much ill jured by tin floods then walN all require afh r the wator water in innet wells u hard for while ise and have oft water of thf MI with mixes with on ric n make use of it g and culinary purposes end winter of any great have in are of west branch of Hook ing It was a noted p for bears anu ivw n dj hy hunters T.'KJ eslen VQ I of in the Q purchase ore on of Raccoon The are cliffs arid precipices of vam height and magnitude fur is in 11 of them ond as many an of obtained ono he in I he ceding of the from this par our globe The surface is w u- v a y u proceed in depth the tion is more but still mined with vegetable until you reach the gravel end stoneR on a level with the present bed of the on which the bottom land The face of the country ally broken ed with hills ridgew and slopes of uneven land but ivill of cultivation cither for corn or pasture and if 1J I I and fine sandstone Bni r surf are used for and our firo placen for wil and and for in our yards They are suav of a nearly or qual to Tim coarser arc for the p rind for we or three it will do for wood land and timber of which in a few years there will he a great in many of the try unless our farners pursue a more systematic course in clearing up heir lands and cease to burn and destroy the mom valuable j her of their farms with as re- as they would a field of wheat some ries RO freely that be obtained of any length arid ness that 10 and aa little ed fo as he of he quarries are in of rious thickness from 4 to 21 lias taken an Office next donr West of Mr Builds Store in the Wage oj Sn Norwalk on the NOR WALK and do Where all commands in the line of I shall attend at the Collectors his profession will be punctually at- Office in Norwalk to receive Taxes tended lo the 1st day of October until the He has paid particular attention j 1st day of December next to diseases of the EYE and EAR and will endeavour to merit the dence of all who may have occasion for his services in that part of the profession has also on hand a ply of fresh TER May 1st 1827 A generous price will be given for clean and COTTON at this Office HENRY BUCKIN GHAM Treasurer oj Huron Co 0 WANTED AT THIS OFFICE JUSTICES BLANKS BEEDS CONTRACTS FOR 8 AT THIS OFFICE FOR SALS AT THIS OFFICE stubble Indeed at his day there are many farms in this county larly near the rivers where they have often lost their fences by high water which have net timber enough ou them to keep their fences in re- pair Extensive plains are not com this part of the state the greatest extent are alluvial I believe always in layers Others are in perpendicular rock from 50 300 feet in height in strata of feet these are usually in rows near the river Ohio Limestone is common oil T the county ft jo found on the tops of many of the hills but in far greater quantities in the earth at their beds brought to the washing away of he cambent earth in the courses of ers and It H with iron it a brown or ochreous i VM.Jil m the neighbourhood of rivers and I burnt for appear to have been at some remote not Us period beds 1 a larg when one at one at Union on thy and ewe at etta on which a part of the is located and those an- cient works are built The surface of that at Marietta 55 feet above the present bed of the river In sinking wells on this plain you first pass a stratum of gravel of able thickness after which it is with sand and to give it that clear white so much admired in the ter for inside work we make use of a coat prepared from made of burnt shells than give a purer white Below these beds of limestone you pass through a of clay and sometimes fossil coal arious depths in different parts of j V 1 W loose sand until you come on a thc after which you come el with the bed of the river you again find a gravel and other much resembling present state The water in many of our is supplied by the rivers more in those on the bottom lands and it rises in dance with the rivers others are supplied by spring not ced by of the streams I that part of the town of Marietta to that vast and extensive bed of rock which underlines the country from the Allegany mountains to the Mississippi river for aught I have heard The thickness of this has never yet been ascertained but at the depth of from 150 to 400 feet this rock is strongly with salt and if on boring to depth you are so fortunate aa to water I believe that water i bly holds in solution a greater or to bo flooded thc water w of the
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