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Norwalk Reporter And Huron Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 1, 1827, Norwalk, Ohio DIFFUSION OF KNOWLEDGE THE OK OUR CL I SATURDAY KO BANK NOTE Y Advertiser York continued America do Bedford 4 bank do bank do bk do do do do do do do Mechanics bank do Commercial bank Chemical bank North bk City bank bank bank Union bank do Long Island bank do Hudson bk do Dry Dock Co Fulton bank do do do do do Gloucester Hampshire Mechanics do Mechanics Franklin Merchants Marblehead Merrimac Newburyport Ih do State bk Albany ia Bank of Albany do Mech Far do do bk Albany do do Hudson do Middle District do Springfield Taunton Union Worcester Falmouth Mendon Ware Dutches bk Troy Banners Troy Mohawk Utica Branch Geneva Ontario Central county Warren do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do Carolina Newborn 44 a 5 Cape Fear Uo State bank and branches do S Carolina Charleston banks 1 Georgia Augusta Darien State b Sava'li Planters Bank of Macon Ohio Columbus Marietta 5 St do Mount Pleasant do New Lancaster do Canton do Rice's do B York 2 do Other banks Can 2 do B of Kentucky do Nashville bank N bks Natchez do Mobile Get uo do Western Reserve do Michigan do 1 Fennont Burlington Windsor doj B Rutland do do do do PRINTED PUBLISHED BY J.P BUCKINGHAM HURON COUNTY Omo do do do Bk of St du 1 i 1 barker's Exchange Rochester J Ginned Phoenix Bridgeport Co par Hoboken Banking Grazin co do Morristowii do Brunswick par N Brunswick A Do Mechanics n county do county do and is weekly at Two per annum paid in advance or Two and TwENTy-FivE CENTS within the first six months if not paid before the expiration of the year Two DOLLARS and Firry CENTS will be charged No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid A failure to give no- for discontinuing a paper at or before State par tllO end of the term subscribed for will par do do j ways be a new engagement Those who receive their by post must pay the postage ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at the usual rate of One Dollar per square for the first three times and Twenty-Five Cents for every quent continuance The company all Advertisements otherwise they will be continued at the expense of t tho advertiser until for All and Communications ad- dressed to the Editors must be post paid otherwise they will not be to kinds of Country Produce will be taken in payment at the market price Morris Canal Patterson in do People's bk par par A do do do do do Newark Ins co par Trenton bk co do i Sussex Washington Mount Holly do Cumberland S Mill ii Banking co Bristol Freeman's do do 1 A Philadelphia bks Chester co Delaware co do do Cranston Exchange Franklin Kent Landholders Manufacturers Merchants comp N Kings ton Mount Hope Provide do Norristown Easton 4 do do do do do do do do I German town Northampton do Columbia Br co do N Hope Br co Emission broke do I Far bank Ducks i York Gettysburg j Brownsville do do do do do o do do Pittsburgh Reading Union K Lake R Westmoreland Union dol Do Lime Hock do Laurel do do do 1 1 do do do do do 25 do de arren W Cumberland Delaware do do do do 4 do do do Wilmington and doj Brandy wine Smyrna Branch do do do Baltimore banks Port Deposit Som br do Br Fred crick co i Havre de Grace DECEMBER 1827 4 PHASES SAT 10 7 IT M a 5 18 M 11 9 51 M 18 8 33 M 25 0 15 si WANTED WHITE Beans and Peas and dried Pearl and for all which the highest market price will be given by JOHN V VREDENBURGH Sept 5 1027 dol do do do do do do do Upper Marlboro do Westminster do Elk ton do Farmers br's 1 Caroline Columbia Bis S hereby given that a petition will be presented to the next Legislature of Ohio for a grant for a Free from Bucyrus in Crawford County to run di- rect to thence to Peru walk Milan and the mouth of Huron cr New Goods TEAS 3L AT THE RED STORE Are now receiving a general ment of GOODS CONSISTING CF Goods Groceries iron Hard ar c X ails Crockery Which they will pell low for CASH exchange for Put and Pearl Mies Black Sails Wheat Corn Pork Lard sale and retail at u small an lot of 1C Stripes and and Country would do well to cull and examine AUo on BE October OF TUtt JOHN V 5 1027 IN COMMON PLEAS OCTO- BER TERM A D 1827 STATE OF COUNTY Samuel Walker C George j NORWALK Oct 13 1827 my wife has eloped from 1113 bed and board without cause or provocation I hereby all persons harboring cr trusting under the penally of the law in such case made and provided as I mined to pay no debts of her con trading after this date Greenfield Oct 29 1827 HOUSE PAINTING IRAM BAILEY will attend to any calls in tiis line of business which is House painting out side and in- side he flatters himself that from his experience and close tion to business for some time past he can suit those who may give him a call he will assure those who may favor him with their custom that no pains shall he spared to give the most perfect satisfaction Hi RAM BAILEY Township j complainant having filed his against the defendants pi dying amony other things for an injunction to stay the proceedings in a suit at law instituted said complainant by the defendants arid it to the Court thai said defendants do not reside in the said County of Huron it is ordered thai Notice of the cy of said be published in the Norwalk Reporter for successively is given to said defendants hat unless they appear at the next Tet M of said Court and file their pleu answer or demurer said will be as confessed and and a decree entered accordingly D GIBBS Complainant Solicitor October A D 1827 IN COMMON PLEAS OCTO- BER A D 1827 STATE OF OHIO Samuel Walker Walker vs Daniel U Bush Sf Chauncy Bush J HE complainants having filed their against the praying among other things for an injunction to stay the in a suit at law instituted against the complainants by the de- fendants and it appearing to Court thai the eaid defendants do not reside wilhin the said County of Huron it is ordered that Notice Pit EMI t MS O obtain for The Souvenir u mat tor at Uio same our mite of on tlie native talent Premiums to be committee composed pos literary 1 the of 7 ILL frM 2 To writer of tlic best JlL of not more thau or i of the Lest JilU to be distill tiled J intended for tho must be lore the Jst of to Ibo by lie name of the will in no be opened thu has been awarded to he author IS hereby to all just and claims against be late of Jinrou County Ohio present their demands duly ted within one year from the dale hereof And all indebted estate ajo to make immediate payment to JOHN Huron Ohio 1 IS on the day of A a of 3 S hereby given that a petition will be presented to the ral Assembly of the State of Ohio at their next session praying that the Huron may be declared a navigable stream as far as Mill in the Village of in the county of Huron October 1827 fur tlie Bum of Nine issued from the of county and of Ohio against the lands and and credits monies and of JOHN an deli tor in favour of DAVID Bv T B November Cth of the pendency of the eaid be IN COMMON PLEAS OCTO- BER TERM A D 1827 OF OHIO HURON COUNTY sy Samuel Daniel n Bush Bush j published in the complainant having for nine weeks successively No JL his said defen tice is therefore hereby given to the i praying among other thinga said defendants that unless for an injunction to stay the pear at the of said Court or in a suit at law STATES PRINTED AT WASHINGTON tlie oi Coos do do do do do do do do do Mechanics Far's CeSal Washington Patriotic Metropolis Boston Banks HERE will be a petition pre- to the Legislature of State of Ohio at the next ion praying for a new County to be do set oil from the Counties of do land Huron and Crawford viz tier of townships on the north of two iers u townships from the south part 01 Huron County and that part called the Gore or half range from the east part of said Crawford County to ex- as far south aa the said lier of townships to be takeo from Potomac Va b branch la do do 11 Valley do do 1 Br bk do Beverly do do 4 do do do 6 land County Oct within sixty days thereafter and file plea answer or said will be taken as confessed and a decree entered accordingly D GIBBS Clerk JOHN WHEELER Complainant Solicitor October A D 1827 IN COMMON PLEAS OCTO- BER TERM A D 1827 STATE OF OHIO HURON Samuel Walker 1 VS CHANCERy Chauncy Lush j HE complainant having filed his against the defendant praying other things Jor an injunction to stay against eaid complainant by the de- fendants arid it to the Court that the said defendants da not within the of Huron it IB ordered that Notice of of said bt in the Norwalk for successively E have received several ww ters inquiring whether we in- a suit at law instituted against the tend to Report the Debates of complainant by the defendant and -I I next Congress and are to inform our readers that we have made arrangements for that purpose It is also our intention if we meet with sufficient encouragement to publish a Register of Congressional debates The price Five Dollars for a volume bound in boards to contain about 800 pages Our subscribers are respectfully solicited to act as agents for this work and to every one who obtains five good subscribers the first vol will be presented gratis to ecJ nne is therefore hereby given to said unless they at the next term of said court and their plea answer or demurer said will be taken as confessed and decree entered accordingly D GIBBS Clerk JOHN WHEELER Complainant October A D 1827 COMMON PLEAS TERM A D- 1327 OY OHIO HURON COUNTY ss it appearing to the Court that the defendant does not reside within said County of Huron ii is ordered that Notice of the pendency of said hill be published in the Norwalk Reporter for nine weeks sively Notice is hereby gi ven that unless the eaid and to be issued from the shall appear at the next Term of clerk's Office of said Court writ said Court and file his plea answer of Attachment for Pour Vol or demurer said will be taken lars the Lands ll confessed and a decree entered AKE NOTICE n lne day of tober A D 1827 has ordered out accordingly D GIBBS Clerk JOHN WHEELER Complainant Solicitor nies and Effects of said William an DAVID GIBBS 1627
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