Norwalk Reporter And Huron Advertiser, September 8, 1827

Norwalk Reporter And Huron Advertiser

September 08, 1827

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Norwalk Reporter And Huron Advertiser {Newspaper} - 1827-09-08,Norwalk, Ohio Mt!**'^/ A<TSfr J&ry, Msfa rcro D IFF I’MON OF KNOWLKIíUC, TtU: Í’AU.AIJIIM OF OL'H IIIfJJIT*’ VOS». Í SAOTJKDAY, SESTEASES S, IZ27. nKVNOnaiEFÏIZVinMVHI VIlïSCniD # PUBLISHED BY j p M’AKDLE &n. BUCKINGHAM. ‘ XORNVALK, íluBON Courmr, (Ohio-) yj^mM CÏ1 tiJ Í1 JÎ 0*W A L K ReI’ORTi;n, 'a and ir-no* U'O AnvyE r^Liu” is published weekjy, at /J>. Dar I,\:*.b per annum, [orfor o - nwnjcr*, J    *    __'I ',,rn TV, Y r 1 E> C Í! . K LANCASTER & ZOT. VERIZON or Two Dor Lars niid £E^    ____________ ._ LINK OF MAIL STAGES. ^Vemï-Five Ckxa-ts,^within tiio f.rst^ix [ pf^p|UE Subscriber, proprietor of lull ':■ I Y mor.'hi,; if aot paid before tiiC c^iry "• the year, T’vo Dollars and i i* <;t^rsiviti be riiiLrjfd.    _ «libe dnconlin;:cd uníjl aii .jJ_ this line cf stages, believicg scs 5 cento on the hiiriíirí’á i*¡*!l.trs. Four, the St<vt Ji'iirnu/. IS tain, giver, to the Taxdk hkr.'Al j K0TES QVi QIZZQ, ants oj Huron County,    NO ¿5 CTffiillAT the Ta:< levied for trie pro*    By Dr. Hildreth, in answer to in- ^ sent year, is as follows, (viz :)    quiries, made by Caleb At .vitet E«q. For Canal purposes fifteen cents    «. Vltar A;ft. ..liUe on the hundred dolLrs; for State    ,nill!Cm.fras iUs,^ Z. purposes fifteen cents on the hnn- \;m wji    ,/K ,rlke Ka dred dollars; for County purposes    !hr mlm nud rwte thirty cents on lire hundred dollars;    md yKUim^ ,cilerter ,•„ or I yf/irnci>. induud or hor :onUtl ; Mr si rain observed in «/fifiTi%r "W/s vkethcr this l;ne. at or bi-furc :i No paper w _ arrears'^ iro pud • ■*■ t jr    paJjcr, a -'mu oi"r.riL‘ tcr'n «.¡i!,sensed i .*r, v w,'br coc^Jercd anew engagement. ,V i'iiose H-h-i reave Heir papers by Bo=K nr'si paj U-^ rw.v;f.ATs inll be C0B&pi-u-Ci-H- inserted a*, tlie ucual rale of One Dollar rer ¡.tj'iare, fortLe £r-,t tJirec tiu:ri, and Twfl>>j-Fre Cents A>r ryovy s>i:'j=c- , quent coiitiKiiarjfe. "i ho Oi-'ti/jnu&i. 3"- < company a’-i Advcrtiscncnts, ct)T—, iso ; tJjcy will be roni itt::i.t! at the exp-’-i^C of , U cJ3dvr-ti=cr I’n'il jisid fur. _ _ i£j* Ail Ldtn'i ami Coaumrnir'itrOi^y a pressed to the Editors imisf be post pS-idj othfcr’.vise they will on; he attcdcd ('). iV^Most kinds of Cnvutry Prndvre, ïhûc îravel’.tirs» pc&sir¡f lulD JkJ. ► 1    u    i will be more eatisfdctmilv accom- fajlure fo give no- ¡ niod^tc.î has CHANGED the arriva! and depasture of his stages, atj ib!-Iou,ci, to wit: LEA VD SteinmnnV !nn, in L?.n-capter, on Morjdu’75 arid Thursda}?, in each week, st tvvelre o’clock, atid arrive fit Thonivilie the eame evening. Leave Thornviiie oti Tuesday and Fiiday morniijfrs, srrive at John CuSiy3.- Hotel ui Newark at ten o’c’ork A. i-I. ard at Barney’? in ,7 ¡Mount Vernon, same days at four J o’clock P. M. ^ RETURJVWG-Lfteve Mount Vernon Wednesday and Saturday do. do. do. do. do. *n-d! i-e take i* in paynu^t, at tbu marltct | morninge, arrive in Newark at two pr'cc ^mZKl*Y A3-3.ÏANAG. SEPTEMBER 1327. 8¡Sat OI 1UN !0i Mon lì I V'UE. 32/>Ved ¿5'ruk l-i fRi. Sim j Sun ,j .Sci, Rîoon,s Pkaseö. 5 4116 19 5 4y y I8‘j ü. H. M. 5 43|C 17'jFull 5 9 4 ■3446 TG ¡Last ¡3 0 Î2 j 46j6 14 ¡New 20 IÜ 00 5 37Ö Í3 5 48 G 1^' MT [ o’clock P, M. same day» at Thorn-ville same evening at six o’clock P. M. and at Lancaster on Mondays and Thursday« at ten o’clock A. JM. Passengers going on to Portland fi* Cleaveisnd will m(!«t with no de /ay, as the line 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 detention, as the great eastern and western wail sieges pass through M , that place daily. ï; j PETER COOL. j First 21 9 42 e I July 7, 7827, Ko. I. SECTION I, R. A. IN'. E. ?. 4 Í 49 SiV. G 1 66 2 3 ÍOO 6 3 134 Land, for Sate, following lands situated in ^ Huron County and State of Q-liir>, are ofi'ered for Sale at Fifty Per Cenlum less than the prices hereto* lore asked by the Proprietor;?.— They are of good quality ; well situated, within a few miles of the shonj of Lake Erie. la respect to good lVakrt Itoads. ^'c. they are highly privileged, ajul among which are a Lumber oi improved farms. ELDREDGE. L. R, A S 5 100 3 5 100 1    6' ¡85 2    6 153 S. P, S 4 19 SECTION No. II. ELDREDGE. L. R. A.    L R. A 1 $ 100    8 6 iS2 K 12 9 3 50 E. P. 10 6 104 9    4 100 E. P. 11 6 105 10    4 100 S. E.P. 12 6 48 8 5 10D E. P. 9 15 50 On the town Plat Reservation 135 SECTION No. I. MILAN. L. A. 1 188 E. P. N. P. 2 SO S. E. P. 3 180 &P. 7 1C0 SECTION No. 17. MILAN. Lot 4 Acres 1QU SECTION No. 'I. OXFORD. In Partition 100 Acres. CUNNINGHAM’S ISLAND. Lot 10 241 Acres, above lands are offered at Pnceg worthy the attention of the speculator as well as the emigrant. further information call on TOSSS KMEALL, Agent wading at Norwalk, in said county. Norwalk, ^ Jo»* s, mi. \ n„6m. hundred Acres sitnat- F0ÌI SALE. _ ACRES OF SaAKB, fN (lip SceniKÍ ¡■’'-‘'■tioa oí IS'orualk, ly-lii?; irnhin tv. o    the flounslung Vi!l:n;; ■ of Nurv, :■ Ik. (íltosoai oí J!ict; in Htir-m f'o.jiC.i'tou! tin *,n"ir distaaco from the Vof Milan. Til*1 irsnd is well ic'd ; well lijrïi-v., ;lmì has ;ìn oitensiveritiiï fr^Vvaitia-.i«. iCLiid-^toneq'iarryn.n il. frmii., w( a ou the Maie Rü.iti, .-»jni h;>3 fhc    iioad nnwüng- casi v ij nUy Íiiríji!í!i (ivtrifT. Stimo jïh-pn'VPiîiPiiK h Tve ¡’Cf m ('¡adì* o:¡ ii f prrn’iis-t'i. Thi^ w li j1>‘ ‘s m<H vi.Lio'fti: îtiid hc lr.if] vrrv iow fui rt . .iv p.'y. L’or fdrt.icr p.irUcuid^ n < j i • i r e c-f t. subscrilior. D. GITI PS, nl'iif. situated , 5î}[i ra’nrUih ntzy for Koad purposes fifty cents on the hundred dollars ; ior School purpo ‘ 11 Amounting in the whole t3 eleven and a half mills on the aullar, on the valuation roA to^Nòitip ruuro^rl Bart'and Towsjijj 5 cents on the hundred dollars. Norwalk do. 10 Milan    do. 5 New-Haven £o. 3 3-4 Margaretta do. 3 3 -4 Danbury do. 10 I shpll attend two day? in e.-ich Township, fit the proper piece of hoMing EleclioniJ, for the purpose receiving the Taxes, as follows, (viz :) in New-Haven township on the I5th& 16 th days of Aug. itibt. In Ripley township on ths Ij'h and IGth days of Aug. inst. In Greenwich township on the 17th and 18th do. In JFtuggleB fownsbip on the 20th and 21st do. In New-Lomlcn township on the 22d and 2dd do, In Fitchville township on the 24th and 25th do. in Fairiield ?ownship on th" 27l1j and 28th do. In Greenfield township on the 20th and 30th do. In Sherman township on ihe 31^! day of August and the Sot day of September next. In Norwich township on the Slat day of August and the 1st day of September neit. in Peru township on the 3d and 4th do. in Bronaon township on the 5th and 6th do. lii Haitl&nd township on the 7th and 8th do. In Townsend townsnip on the 7th and 8th do. In Claiksfkld township on the ÌOth and 11th do. ■ fn Vi'akernnn township on the 13th and loth do. !n Florence townrhlp on ihe 14:b :!rjd ] 5;h. do, | In Wrniiiilon township on the 1 17li‘ t.’ ;1 13th do. S3, somrtirripci for two CT llire-e (UyF ¡o-> geffjerfiom t-i:t f> ei^'ii it i-t deep ovrr (he topi (J u-1’-. A'l ihin time there ifi n con’ieird r^.ulponj over ihf1 well’s mout1! ; and while it is rMMg and only r, f t>>i or |v;o deej> on tfie adjacent Hiriace, (he wattr rusi:“s i',iih j'rrat vioiencftand nr'i.0« diitvn the well. A blander ivoi: ic! i'iiii’,c the wt-11 inubt soon be full ^ hut so lar from this there i^ a continual dnnft cf the water, so long aa, it remains above the surface of t'-o earth at the well, and it pasw ^ - j\T thtongh the gravi], and sand ¡a t^t*. hott <m, and {¡nds its way to the n/-’■r ag'airt ; potne wells lire inucti id*» jured by tlu floods ; then wall- giving way or settling ; and all require) cieanpiip; aiUr Site water pnb-iuea. The water in mcrgt wells h?nl, ui-tj not good for washing; while ’he prhig^ and ii* «dets have gt n< rftiljf ■oft watf*r. "I'he wafer ef the Me'kr mgiMri i<i tmprf gn<tted with !;niP4 ,jo h ^¡f<er po;*p. jar mU or rvimon valer ; pci: iJacltO!L> and shells J ’ 'I'he «-■»lì in ^Tashinglon county except the river and ereek bottom^, ■s c imposed f'nncipully oi'claj, inter mixed with loam. !i is in mo .i place«, except tipon the s^uth t¡id<> of billd that have bijen I'nQu'-iit’j burnt ov,°r by the spimi; Í; autumnal fire?, covered with a l.dnck, looie, vegetable nmuld of from luo to rn inches in fhioknes3!—where fireí ¡; the wooes have ix-r« h-mi ¡V; qn^nt, iliere ihis v,>m>!ah!e mould mogí a-hounds. The poil is no a here very felony : the hill tops are in *o*nc ida-ces coveied with st condary ürîie-^tone, in n stratum one or two f'-et in thickness, fu'l of crevie>*s,cvscks and broken piece?, a? ii’iho compo-sitinn had been er;post'd to the sun, while it vas yet moist and Roft, and it had ciaeked, and shrunk in diy-ing. The soil in üotnc parts of the county is eandy; hr,3t those tncis are usually in ihe ni’ighfirjurhood cf !:,rge of ’vi>ier, and r.j:pi-ar to be al-hivuin The river and creek bot- j ¡orna are entirely alluvial ; bring i    a ■    r . t ^ J    & 1 eliÍH arid precipices oi va'ti height it bile fh«' unter nf ¡h^ O !,d miïes ?e;*di!y with ireai psit of rio inhabiian':-, liv'oj* f u its bank“, mal:e use of iî fou drinkiî g and culinary purposes boll^ puoi ni er end winter.    ■ - No caverns, of any great ert'enfy have ijpen discovered m tftis <'Oith'y,, Tl'-ere are .«orne of con aid* -ahlo’ magnitude, n^ar <h" h^fds of' ihe “west hrartcl) of the liitle Hockítock« ijig. It w SB forrnuly a noted p ;ìcg for b^irp, arid wn^ much n r ÿ by hunters. Tha rno^t esitui .ve that I have heaid of in the • sq Comp-nj’s purchase, are ou 4*-,^ head WfOe/0 of U;ie,coon cieelc-J.' The roekß are nandi-tone, and Iohm composed of eaftli brought fro:u the , - , -    , . -r    , ano magnitud**, fur thjs coun’iy.— higher grounda, Ly lamp, ar¡t hy 1 ¡lr ai ’ , ,■ r , - , } ■ v rr    < i ^ai/peire earíh is lonnd jn u ost o¿ periódica» jfesnets, ín ihe ioner lap^c ,t * _ ,    n r‘ r ~ „ ti > t    i.i* ; theru afid as mariv ñu JODO )b. of qu & oí ages fhat havn succr,t\íed rhe re- ■ .tn . „ . J    , , ■ . »cri.nrr , rit,» ^ , /-    pctic i\iiVb ijpoii ohíaiued frorri-ono ceding cií trie oc^an írom thi3 riar!    ■ • ■ • nl ftlIP®„|nL0 rr. r ■ * cavern. i he rock^ in ihe count^ V    18 CT' oíWashingitm^tepn.rMlyfcVo poeedo.dícajcd v«g,-lables ; and as , Bn() finn 6^„klnrlH b T|l,, ( * July 5, TSCí InKIdridgc towneh'D on the 19th fea. m vr. ncsent. ^iíirei©s^rí L. A. 8 162 4    162 5    455 FROM THE CITY OF ^ ALBANY, Has taken an Office next door Jfest of Mr. Butler's Sturc in the Village oj NORWALK, Where all commands in the line of his profession will be punctually attended lo. He has paid particular attention j 1st day of December next, and 20ih do. in Ridgefield township on the j SI St and 22d do, j in Lyme township on the 24th and 25th do. In Margarets township on the 2Glh and 27th do. In Perkins township on the 2811' and 29ih do. In Oxford township on the lei and 2d days of October next. In Milan township on the 3d and 4th do. In Huron township on the 5th and Gth. do. ir, Danbury township cn the 8th and 9th do. In Norwalk township on the lOfh and 11th do. I shall attend at the Collectors Office, in Norwalk, to receive Ta^es from the 1st day of October until the to diseases of the Eye and Ear, and will endeavour to merit the confidence of all who may have occasion for his ^ervicsa in that part of the profession. has also on hand a RUp-ply of fresh KLVE-POCK MATTER. J\fay 1st 1827,    n5lf* RA&S. A generous price will bo given for clean LLYExV and COTTON $AGS at this OiScer HENRY BUCKINGHAM. Treasurer oj Huron Co. 0 :! WHEAT WANTED AT TJIIS OFFTCE, JUSTICES’ BLANKS, DEEDS, & €0HTBACT$ FOR 8 &LE AT THIS OFFICE. WXtmNG-PAPER FOB 0ALB AT T0JS OFFICE. y. u proceed io depih the composition is more clayey, but still mixed with vegetable mould, until you reach the gravel end Ioopg stones, on a level with the present bed of the stream, on which the bottom land hi situated. The face of tho country iz fvncr» aiiy broken ; being mui’h diverified wiili lulls, ridge«, and long slopes of uneven land ; hut will generally admit of cultivation either for corn wheat meadow or pasture ; and if for nr ¡ther of these il will do for * j    , c . . wood land and timber, of which in ! Vrk l> * 1    ^oxi. ano. ’ . ^ ot fhc quarries are in ptr.Va of I if» fl nrrfiM ! .    ,A. . and fino fiandstone. are uPBii for iiniRhing and ornt:Vr^:nff ing our iiro places ; for wif dowi »•ills and c/ipq ; and for monuments in our grave yards. They are gus* ceptiblo oi a firi;sh nearly or quiiA equal to mruble. "The coarser khi^J arc uffai for the wall« t.f houses f';^ iindcrpmnmg1-: to buck budding.' jci* cellar?, nnd for wello ; some'guari riea cpiit f,o freely that ptofjets rijay be obf.lined of iiriy leniti] and (inck---ness that jg desired and with fimosi, aò little irmihle as would be rrqoir- C? ;rr; in pfra^a ot vìi- rious fhicknesfî, from ¿ lo 21 in';!;- ,es ; I believe al way« in ï-m ix-iniftì „    . i layern. OtherB are in va'.« eldf. more systematic ccurt.c in cíeariri^ | -, „ r, i ir j    i    perpendicular rock, from .50 '« 30f> a few years there wiil he a great scaicity in many par!:; of the country unless om farneru pursuo a up their lands and cease to bum    k ■ i,* - . r ,r, n,A    .i t , !,    feet in height ¡n strata of 0 ..k' 2Q ana destroy the most valuable tim-    r ,    n - , wrtf r*,n;nfn^ .„;.u    icet i thcfii; usually in Uie nurP her of their farms wi?.h a.i l:Ltle r srorpe as 1hey would a field of wheat stubble, indeed at this day there are many farms in this county, particularly near the rivers, where they have often lost thejr fences by high water which have net timber enough ou them to keep their fences in re* pair. Extensive plains are not com monin this part of the state. Thoseof ihe greatest extent are alluvial, & ; in the neighbourhood of rivers, and appear to have been at some remote period their beds. There is a large, one at Beipre ; one a«. Union on the Huskiftguimiver ; and one at Maii-etta, on which a considerable part of the town is located, snd those ancient works are built. The surface of that at Marietta, h S5 feet above the present bed of the river. In sinking wells on this plain, you first pass a stratum of gravel of considerable thickness ; after which it is loose sand, until you come on a level with the bed of the river, whsn you again iind a gravel and other rows, near the river Ohio. Limestone is common oil pver the , county ; ft io found on the tops olT many of the hills, but in far greater quantities in the earth at their bapefi’ bed:? cf ir being brought to light by the washing yway of the super in'* cumbent earth in ¡he courses of riv- -ers and crefks. It b generally irn? pregnated with iron, which-gives it a brown, or ochreous cat!,,»when burnt and slaked for use ; this<doe£ not prevent its making «excefjeni; ( mortar, when duly pfroportiored with sand ; and to give it that cJfiar white so much admired in the phis- _ ter for inside work we make use of a coat prepared from lirrre made of-. burnt shells than which nothing cau ' give a purer while. Below these beds cf limestone, you pass through a sfraium of clay and sometimes fossil coal ; thiet i^i of various depths, in different parts oi’ the county ; after which you come? to that vast and extensive bed of rock which underlines the country, apearanccH? much resembling i(3 ¡from the Allegany mountains to tho^ present state. The water in many of our well.«, ia supplied by Ihe rivers ; more particularly in those on the bottom lands , and it rise3 or falls in accordance with the rivers; other» are supplied by springs and not influen c ed by t b e f) 11 c t! i a 11 o n ti f / f t h e s t r ea m 8 -in that part of the town of Marietta, Mississippi river, for aught I have heard. The thickness of this rocl^ has never yet been ascertained, but* at the depth of frotn 150 to 400 feet this rock is sirnrfgly impregnated with salt, and if on boring to that depth you are so fortunate aa to find water, I believe that water invari^ bly hold* in solution a greater or eubject to bo /loodedj, the water is quantity oi the niuriate of stKlV ;