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   Norwalk Reporter And Huron Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 8, 1827, Norwalk, Ohio                                    ----        DIFFUSION OF KNOWLEDGE, THE PALLADIUM OF OUR RIGHTS        SHS*    "Hwug      VOL. I.        SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1327.        I 0.    £3.     ppjXTBD St PUBLISHED BY  I j', M’ABDLE &If. BUCKINGHAM,  NORWALK,  IHl'KON County, (Ohio.)  "ERKS.  It V *»M1,K REPORTS., atli! Jf-UON   An . , ' r*i R>” >* published week!},:• I I wo V, perannum,    Humbug    |    I   or  'jwo Dollars and i  VERRAN  5S8P$g5tee  ■-—*>,I v trnmmmm    mm    .£!»-    J»»    8.    ».    ~r  Ssxlshi&mksAc "    ~    ■*  I  /.S hereby given to the Taxable Inhabit ants of Huron County^  ti 'ii in ad van i »    ,  J:Cive Cents, within (lie bret six  if not paid before th© expiration  Two Dollars and i Ti- t ¥  mon ins ct  1 To vrar,  •a will be rbarged.  MAIL ST A f ''  T  L I  7|t!IAT the Tax levied for the pro.  Wl  sent year, is as follows, [viz :) For Canal purposes fifteen cents  I'r un tin: Sfa < Journal*  CTrr-s  \<»paper will br discontinued until all arri-ara? - ar paid. A failure to give mi-  :is"ontir.uiog a paper,  at or UtT J ti.  ?.  LINK  r >F    purposes    fifteen    cents on the hun  ii re (I dollars ; for County purposes thirty cents on the hundred dollars; for Road purposes fifty cents on the Uh Subscriber, proprietor of | hundred dollars ; lur School purports line < i stages, bel ievic ^ sos 5 cents on the hundred if ill irs. that travellers, passing ibis hue, Amounting in the whole to eleven will be more satisfactorily accoil}- and a half mills on the dollar, on the modated has CHANGED the arrival I valuation  NOTES OM CHIQ,  NO. 3.  By Dr. Hildreth, in answer to inquiries, made by tialeb Atw stei U«q.  .    . i i I    rei    i  4 ‘ Natur* cf the tai, UUU, valleys  on Hie hundred dollars ; for State L/ rt ; ngearmw   cts and streams ; (he quality if the va  and departure of his stages, au follows, to wit:  LE JI TI Steinman’s Fnn, in Lan-j caster, on Mondays and Thursday, in each week, at twelve o’clock, and arrive at Thornville the carne evening. Leave Thornville on Tues*  JJC ■ J, V.. ■    —--ri I *    ,    ...  t‘<‘ ‘iidof the ti rrn Mi I sen bcd f r, wi.l ui considered a new engagement.  •    ‘{j- Phone ivh t receive their papers by  Boil, must p*iy the postage.  * VovLRr^n.MLVTs will be ronspi ni-ei^sly inst rte*I at the utual rate of One Pella per square, for the first three time *, and rwefi'>i-Ei'-e Cents [or every *nbF<« ,    .  qtjeot continuance. I he CASH must a:- day and I riday mornings arrive company all Advertisements, otin -wise    at John    Cully’-    Hotel    in    Newark at  they will be continue 1  at the e\p c c i f    j  ten  o’clock A. M.    ar    d    at    Barney’s in  Ur advertiser un ii ..    Mount    Vernon,    same    days    at lour  (Vt- AH Letters and Communis'ti to ns^ ad •    J     v  *    »    J  w  * wu *  Dssed to the Editors must be post p^id,    O ClOf lf    I M.  ii (TW i se they will dot be atteded to.    HETU    HJS    ING- Leave    Mount  roil to^siiip purpose!  I Hartland Tows,up 6 cents on the hundred dollars.  Norwalk    do.    IO    do.  Milan    do.    5    do.  Npw-Haven    do.    3 3-4    do.  Margarita    do,    3 3 -4    do.  Danbury    do.    IO    do.  Ores-cd to the oil  /V7- Must kinds vill he taken price.  of Country Produce.  WEEKLY ALMANAC.  SEPTEMBER 1327.  8hAT  <j\ Son in, Mon 111 Pue.  Jf/W ED  Jo CHH 14 Chi.  Sun  Rise  541  Vernon Wednesday and Saturday in payment, at the market -mornings, arrive in Newark Tit two  I o’clock P, M. flame day, at Thornville same evening at six o’clock P. M. and at Lancaster on Mot days and Thursdays at ten o’clock A. M.  Passenger* going on to Portland < f Cleaveland will meet with no de I ay, as the line from the northward meets this line at Mount Vernon ; and those going towards Cincinnati or any other place west or east of ‘Lancaster, will meet with no detention, as the great eastern and  M  western mail stages pass through  M  that place daily.  PETER COOL.  July 7, 1827.  Sun Set.  6 i9  a 4 J 6 18 5 43jC 17 5 44 6 16 5 16:6 14 5 37d 13 5 436 IS)  Muon,a Phases.  Ut. the nature and e n pen!ton <J ripens and their position, aliet her in Prat a or otherwise, inc Haul or I;'no: onto I; the strata observed in digging a rils whither jar salt or c in mon voice ; pcirij activin * md shells / ’  Tho Noil in Washington county except tile river and creek bottoms, is c imposed principally <4 clay, intermixed with loam, Ii is in in< *« places, except upon the south sirh> of hills that have been frequent! b urnt ov *r by the spurn* L autumnal lire?, covered with a black, loose, vt getable mould, of from two to inches in thickness—where fires ii  I shall attend two day? in each ; t| le  wood, have been Ic est IV. quem,  I). HT. M.  Full 5 9 4 Last 13 0 New 20 IO OO [First 27 9 42 c  E I  mu Jt.rnjLl k VA:. SII—T i -VII  Land for Sale.  WhME following lands situated in ** Huron County and State of O-hio, are offered for Sale at Fifty Per [ Centum less than the prices heretofore asked by the Proprietors.-— They are of good quality ; well situated, within a few miles of the shore of Lake Erie. In respect to good Wafer, Ponds, (§*c. they are highly privileged, and among which are a number of improved farms.  A*  ELDREDGE.  L. R. A  2 J IOO  3 5 IOO I 6 1S5  6 153  o  SECTION No. I.  L. R A.  N. E. P. 4 I 40 14. V. 6 1 56 2 3 IOO 6 3 134 9. P.    14 79  SECTION No. I!. ELDREDGE.  L. R. A.    L    IL    A  7 3 IOO    8    6    152  N. 1-2 9    3    50    E.    P    IO    6    104  9    4    IOO    E    P.    ll    6    105  10    4    IOO    S. E P. 12    6    48  8    5    IOO    E.    P    9    15    50  On the town Plat Reservation 135  SECTION No. I. MILAN.  FOK SALL  HSII  ACRES OF LAND,  IN tho Second Section of Norwalk, lying; within two miles cf the flourishing  Village of Norwalk, (the seat of Justice iii Huron (?.>•)& about the same distance from the Village of Milan. The land is wmlt situated ; sui! jyood; well tim-Jjggbored, and has an extensive and valuable saud-stonequarry on it. It fro ii is west on the blate Road, arid bas the Ridge Road running 1  eastwardly through the tract. Some im. pro yemen ts have bc< n made on ti * premises. 7'he whole is well v» atered ; a.id may be had very low' for ready pay.  For further particulars enquire of the subscriber.  D. Glims. I July 5, 1827.    n!4tf.  Township, at the proper place of holding Elections, for the purpose of receiving the Taxes, as follows, (viz :)  In Nf*w*Haven township on the 15th & 16th days of Aug. mat.  In Ripley township on the 15th and 16th days of Aug. inst.  In Greenwich township on the l7th and 18th do.  In Rugglcs township on the 20th and 21st do.  In New-Londcn township on the 22d arid 23d do.  In Fitchville township on the 24th and 25th do.  In Fairfield township on the 27th and 28th do.  In Greenfield township on the 29th and 30th do.  In Sherman township on the 3hr day of August and the 1st cloy of September next.  In Norwich township on the 31 st day of Angust and the 1st day of September next.  in Peru township on the 3d and 4th do.  In Bronson township on the 5th and 6th do.  In Hartland township on the 7th and Sill do.  In Townsend townsnip on the rib and 8?h do.  In Clarksfield township on the fOth and 11th do.  there this vegetable mould mngi i*~ bounds. The soil is r,o where very stony i the hill tops are in some places covered wito st condary limestone, in a stratum brie or two feet in thickness, full of crevices^ cracks aud broken pieces, as if the compo sition had hi en 1 xposed to the sun, while it \>as yet moist and soft, and it had cracked, and shrunk in drying. The soil in *jome parts of tho county is sandy; but those tncts are usually in the neighbourhood of large of water, and appear to be alluvial. The river arid creek bottoms are entirely alluvial; being|  composed of earth brought from the , f|d magnitl|d fvt (hj ,  countr .,__  l.,ghcr grounds,    by nun?, and Saltpetre earth is found in of  pciiudical I leaflets, in the long lap™ !  (hl . r ‘    ,„ nnr    aa  , nnrt  , lf a „, t   of ages that Gave succeeded the rc-  soflteLmrs for two rr thrrr days to-ip fhcr from rix f » f .I ‘ ct deep over the taps af flu* vt * lh , AU tfit 4 time there is a con tin u I v ii!; ool tfver tfie well’s mouth ; end while it is rising nod only a foul or deep *>n the adjacent surface, the water rushes with great nolenceand nf ! u H clown the we ll. A bystander would  iii,lr the well intjq BO U* he full j hut so far nom thin there i* a con-* tinual cl. aft cf the water, ro lung an it remains above the surface of 1 .0 earth ar the well, and it pn .u |\ f  through tho grave ), and Band at tuc*. hntf ,m, and (iimJr ifs wry to the n* -<-r again ; forne wells arc much in* jured by tilt lion ♦ their wall- giv. mg way or nettling ; and ah rcqdirQ cleansing afte r the water siih-ufi 8. fhc water in tm st wpIIb b; ht'i I, ;n (J not pond for ivasliing; w hile he pring« and runlets have getwraily •oft water. I he water of the Mir-tvr uigiirn i-’ irnpr# gn tied w ith lune, while the water of the Ohio 19 8 r d mixes readily vvii 11 soap. A great [lart of the inbahifantg, bv aff 1 ti itr? banks, make use of it Toff drinking and culinary purposes bolt summer end winter.  No cavern,j, of any gn at extent^ have lieen (iiscovcn ii in t Ii 13 voujay m  There ara 8orue of cur,Hide aclu magnitude, near th** h^ads of ih« wcbt hrancii of the Iii tie Mock huck* ing. It was formerly a rioted p aga for beers, and wa* much fr* qm ti i (J by hunters. The mod exten vo 1 hat I have heard of in the (J no. Company’s purchnse, ore on 1 ry head waters of Ruer con creek Tin* rocks are sandstone, and I urn*, rliffi and precipices of va^t height  ceding of the ocean from this part ol our globe. The surface ca composed of decayed v( getable*; and y u proceed in depth the composition is more cloy* y, but still mixed with vegetable mould, until you reach the gravel arid loose stories,  them ocd cs many as 1000 lbs. of sail petre have been obtained from ono cavern. The rocks in the £uun\sf of VV ashingtnn, ore generally bo^«o and fine sandstone. The bin r suit' are used for finishing and brat an*riff ing our fire places ; fop wit dowi sills arid csps ; and for mon urn enttf  on a level with the fireserit bed of I J. 0  °, U l|® ra  f  lP  I  in \*'    ^ !*’*  nr ®  8 , us, »  the stream, on win uh the bottom "Tn "    ■  ,r “ 8ll ,^ ar| y  or< l u **; «'  i„„j     t( .H    qual *o rnnrble. I ha coarser In od  land is situated,  / he lace of the country \z r* p ncr* ally broken ; being much diversified with hills, ridges, and long slopes of uneven land ; hut will generally admit of cultivation either for corn , wheat meadow or pasture ; and if In Wakeman township on the] f or  neither of these it will do for  L. A, 8 162  4    162  5    455  L. A.  I 188 E. P.  N. P.    2 80    S. E. P.  3 180 &P.    7    160  SECTION No. IV. MILAN. Lot 4 Acres 190  SECTION No. I. OXFORD.  In Partition IOO Acres.  CUNNINGHAM’S ISLAND.  Lot IO 241 Acres.  /be above lands are offered at paces worthy the attention of the speculator as well as the emigrant. .or further information call on  MOSES KIMBALL, Agent  lesidicg at Norwalk, rn  b aiJ county  Norwalk, 7 June8, 1831.5    IlnCm.  f.‘ x  hundred Acre? situat-  J " ^, edlna  bounty, are also oifer «a on the same terms.  m WM. W. NUGENT.  a  FROM THE CITV OF  ALBANY,  Has taken an Office next door J Cest of]  im-    .iran .  ann J f| ao#   In Norwalk township on the IOO) and 11th do.  I shall attend at the CoJlectorfi Office, in Norwalk, to recem 7'axes  12th and 13th do.  In Florence township on the 14th and 15ih. do.  In Vermillion township on the 17th a? d I Bt Ii do.  In Eldridge township on the 19th and 20ih do.  In Ridgefield township on the 21st and 22.J do.  In Lyme township on the 24th and 2j!h do.  In Margaretta township on the 26lh and 27ifi do.  In Perkins township on the 28ti and 29ih do.  In Oxford township on the Isl and 2d days of October next.  In Milan township on the 3d and 4ih do.  In Huron township on the 5th and 6th. do.  In Danbury township en the 8th  wood land and timber, of which in a few years there wii! he a great seal city in many part ; of the country unless on; farcers pursue a  arc Urf'd for the wall** of bontee, fop undr [’pinnings to buck building.* jfhp collars, and for wells; some tjuar5 ries rplit 00 freely that stones may be obtained of any length and thick-, ness that js desired and with I'most, as little trouble aw would he n quired to split a log of wo id. S .mo of the quarries are in strata of va* riou* thickness, from 4 to 24 inches ; I believe always in l urizor.fal layers. Gibers are in vast cliffier  more gystematic course in clearing  J  * r    ; A   up their land? and cease tTbu.n I P^ f P er '‘ ! ' c<ll ar rock, from 50 - IOO  and destroy the most valuable tim- f r "‘.J ' fitr ' ,ta  .  A r ( . • %    ,    ,    ,    feet    :    these    are    usually    in    tin  ber of their farms Wiih as little re-    .t A:  °  1  row h n#*ar flu? rtt»r»r I lh in  feet in height in strata of IO ce 2Q  nur«  rows, near the river Ohio.  Limestone is common nil over the , county , It in found on the fops of many of the hills, but in far greater  quantities in the earth at their bas"!*  Mr. Butler's Store in the Cd!age o)  NORWALK,  Where all commands in the line of j his profession will be punctually at-  ; tended to.    from the 1st day of October until the  Ile has paul particular attention 1st day of December next,  HENRY BUCKINGHAM.)  ' ? V* ■ • I  y  j ; hed3 t f it being brought to light by  r!  ( [ 10 )erer ! ou 8^ the washing away of the supering o keep their fences rn re-  COffibent  , a  b  rfh in  f hf .  courB „ \ jfrW „  ers arid cret ks, It generally pregnated with iron, which*give* it a brown, or ochreous CBM,,vhea  Ute  to diseases of the Eye arid Ear, and will endeavour to merit the confidence of all who may have occasion for his services in that part of the profession.  (has also on hand a supply of fresh KINE-POCK MAT TER  May Isi 1827.    n5lf.   _ rags7”  A generous price will be given for clean LINEN and COTTON lidGS at this Office,  Treasurer of Huron Co. O. )  WHEAT  WANTED AT THIS OFFICE.  JUSTICES’ BLANKS, DEEDS, & CONTRACTS  FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.  WRITING-PAPER  FOR SALIB AT THIS OFFICE.  morse as they would a field of wheat stubble. Indeed at this day there are many larms in this county, particularly near the rivers, where they have often lost their fences by high watt r which h on them to ke  pair. Extensive plains are not corn mon in thispart of testate. Thoseof  the greatest extent are alluvial, & are  ‘!,  ne, 8^ K)UT *‘ f) °fi of rivers, arni  bljrrj t  an( j slaked for use ; thiVdoes appear o iav< ,een at some remote  not  p reven t its making ‘excellent <#   mortar, when duly {Woporlior »*d with sand ; and to give it that clear white so much admired in the plaster for inBide work we make us** of a coat prepared from Ii hie made of . burnt shells than which notbii,'g*cai> ^ give a purer white.  ...    .    .    . .    ,    R«*lovv    these    beds cf limestone,  sinking well* orph.. plain, you .first     |h    b a BrraiuI11     -  pass a stratum of gravel of Consider- 1  J nd  betimes fowl coal; ihigis of  8.1c thickness , after which ti ie  var ious depth*, in difierent parts of  loose sand, until you come on a lev-  tf)C C0Wity  . after which you come  el with the bed of t.ie. river, when ,j 0  | ba t vast and extensive bed of  von again fiiid a gravel and other j  roc L which underlines the country,  apearances ?  raucli reseoibJiog ifs, from the Allegany mountains to the  present state.    i    j’vjjggiHsippi river, for aught I have 3  The wafer in many of our wells, j iear( j. The thickness of this rod*  is supplied by the rivers ; more par- } ja3  never yet been ascertained, but,  at the depth of from 150 to 400 feet  this rock is strongly impregnated  with salt, arid if on boring to that  depth you are so fortunate as to find  water, I believe that water invaria* .  lily bolds in solution a greater or  period their beds. There is a large one at Belpre ; one at. Union en the Muskingum liver ; and one at Marietta, on which a considerable part of the town is located, and those ancient worU are built. The surface of that at Marietta, 65 feet above the present bed of the river* In  Ocularly in those on the bottom lands ,and it nse3 or fills in accordance with the rivers ; others are supplied by springs and not iofluen eed by the fluctuations of the streams fn that part of the town of Marietta,  subject to bo flooded, the waler is quantity of the muriate q[ soifc  ‘G.   

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