The Centinel Of The North Western Territory in Cincinnati, Ohio
6 Feb 1796

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6 Feb 1796

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The Centinel of the North Western Territory (Newspaper) - February 6, 1796, Cincinnati, Ohio W ES T ER b«Ai iVol. HI» fNTrNÍx;„ frfct pif éinnum s(o $i»tt,) T •4h!4| ^ ^    ^    D    ^    Tp    fehruMry    6,1796, C I N C I M M A T I, Priowdb,»'. uAlfEU,«ik, comer of ThiTd inj S,i.more^sLl. , —-   ....... r ■ - -    4.    "    r    ’    '    .    ' .■■» ■■:    lina.!    II—I«I>..I.       ■■■-    f*"'""........ '—'■    ■    •    r    ■•    ■ , ^. * -- (Pw#/ t ^ H TRt iOSCaiBER \S /ait nteivedtt 'suppjy ji J of genuine old Maaeira, frenek Brandy of the ,best\ 'i/ualUy, Ca/fee, Locff su^ar, ‘ Ac. jd/td has on hand la large •quanti^ofPearh Br(0dy,Gin ’Lishon wisn, Mittgpvado sukar ^qfUpr^ Green, and Bohea Teas,' ChócolatOf aadaaas/ jortment iif    \ 0. i    \ •9611 ‘St-•ojf‘oueQi •g.aqoA- . r. ’    * I V DRY GOODS JVhich will be soli whdesnle —fi    1,1m Iit4ylé vru*    »Vf»CB»C^Utb ' -or retail on h\!t terms at his a‘ _    4»    -w ■Vf rctufi urt §\J\w ÍU7 ffM Ut r»*4i store, next door    James Siluer, and adjnitiing Mr. John ^dlhraitht, on Ffout ■ Street, JOffS'CLABXE. Cincinnati, ^    ' ‘oueg, -g nq^, JBd ftqi id»,,    «i^^o »0| Z«( flu ioipim»'—V."..L *itf| Ztft 00 ia;pUO^ J<# tuilVid *oudff ^ii{A    II*    piqiOl    is    ^ k >    f    -    • . ^ -1- •no^aa *i fn^pajodiiid    )*fi^ «*5 <uiqi ai|i «um<)«3 pa* «aq Mai|i*»ja[dtaoa Aoa •! j« -»^B09 • ^a(p(i«{ iá)í¡,^ *1(1 ttf iitf 1 j« j*<)4«nd aq^s XVH ^A> •(Fio a regular (qoare, all the Uoet H»*!ng equal i thé Sexpencc whel'eof (bail be paid by th* foiaotter fetrUr, who fliali have the famt rtcordcti to hta;tbe regiHer dating ihd groaad oa #hich Cach V o4 antear fettler deriyft hit *ight;& vfcer fev.eo year* occapao c> on rbe Jot, or reddeoce.i» fome ^ ditioo of def«aco,fiiaktiigreafiiiabie Ahatemf ot of time within that peri 0(i, if thelndtaDf diould proee tron< btefome. th» ♦•flriO— ^ -»• rrgf* f-', •ate in any ordfr of tWfgy tndj^oiie able with tbe tráo^f0 coQottiti, and adoi^ihg|^Cfiida|al^ capedatioo of fecority oencc io an? treáfw    ^ ^    .«wvaiiy    0 ncBce Id Mjr trtátj «üidl •W* ?í^ codcIu4m1, tb« «ppcflrMic^ dT* poitioa 10 ncKOoUM. ij^ snom». peoco 00 Joft ooa Bot nil 19 b4 am, eé éff p*r|Á eft áAír.    •    - «WVUIU prove tron* btefome, the reader lhall proceed to aiak“ oat a deei for Cuch • forfaited (TffB «ubsfcriber-takes this ^Ineihod of infor<mi»g hi« ffhrndi he haa began the Baking n:«ri. Htttr jn WenrftoeeriHtr'M* «oof* ’    the^eipftlej adjol«1o| to Mr. Duffey’» ftor*.- „f i./i®*?*'l*r«« triS» Tiiafetlai ifture to latnur bin »ifh    '•^•‘eoD    no    /kmilieiire    fet --- —»* » m mmaem, „    , WH£RSi\S many* of tbe holder* of farfettorea In the MUmv pur chafe t nai withdandlug the Motl /> on which waa given them lad (pring to ioipro^e their forfaitarea orthey wotiid hazard thf. loft of them, h«*« , oe^teJ»d 10 pay aicaoiloirto tha qotkt Stili withlog Vna^ eyery preeaoti*»»^ otv'be give* cn» veiuoteer feuleri who c iine*orWir| to lead chair abidance in the earty*an4 daogerooi time of he ginoing the Cttlemaoc of tha por cOafe * tha buhfcrtbar prefantt them with a true extrmd <w the taftnt wn wnich their title to forffitocoa:i peaiiyOa#ad froth the'T^mphlet. *• WnmtmMM-----• ___________ «.ukift * lorraitaa Hxth part, el^^yt taken at the North- l^ii corhcr,.to inch volanteer I"" (ettler wHereby the fee oftijc land fo farfeittd lhall pt(a to him. hie hcirt or adiguf foiwvnr. for which there, gifter full receive the (ame feet a* tor other deeda.** JOHNCUVKS SYUMES.^ loih Jan* ftps» ^  ww iff pet I an '«atoed déárc to ^ta it tlie fe tad fpaadiad afed. 0*1 X (haifed foo will agrto yr^liCij ODthinP*»    * .^SíSrfiKíá'SS IntelUgestce^ ______ chat we are preparti H$ eMhrtr • teroacifCp a^ are' toefélfedU-biÉ profecote the war with t^ 90ptlkf. eottjp and rigour ti0i|i «e haoo (|ir meant gf cooclodlngi^io coojpCiBA wttii Mr «ir»,, {Wb *|^f« Joklco'of Our caufe aM tit fwiiiijl may entitle oi to eiqicd. With thif rnlop I am e9tt}no}i make^elk ctertlont^Cot ftiniir| intt hnpffwvil^onr omfe perloritjE, and for cn^tBgohci and vighiiant opeiadoiia mdirl itKlloa^ in order |ofecore pihfi the adimiataa^ — * LONDON, Od fd.    I    ed    In    rhni    quartoTifiN ms MAIESm STEtdH .>    .-r-"    . * ' ' - **•  * ----- - - .. ^ wr tMSrt.pAf eñdS^% I ib« «4iniui||h «• h»«* ! ed }• riwi ^Mrttr,^%UcJ^f«(:6^* •■Mrijf coiineaei«Wi    —‘ aojoiiiag to Mr, uuiiey 1 txore.-* Thafe tte fduife,CO favour him *mh rheVr cnltoih, wiU be waicetl on at all ---11__/•*_j xneir caTtom, wm ov wmcra on mx iir 'timet tbey-cill or -fend - at e»gbty)*-clock eaeey lOurBtag they <vii be >fupplted with 'vxno hrrad. Lc. ' • ' -John Sajrer * Co. CraeiaBati, jtn. 179^ • CAME lo theTionsft ol ihe snbioribftronlhe isi instant, a •blaok ' M ire abolrt foorteen ltaiids bi^h> ^npposeá lobca-bout twelve years old. low carriage, switch tail, a small 6tar in b«rfi>rehead, consWcr-biiiy marked with the saddle, jo^h Lunami^ * '• - -Mih CreA. 1 m:\-* Weft of Tackbf'i StniwnJaB. 26,179^. N O X, * C *• * *'.♦ '* ‘ fconce mo(e given to all alien ...L.,.. I  ___ I    *.    \    II*    'i|vi V yu    •    «111 those who haveilíév^'public guns of ailV kind fromj the $ub M.    '    '    •’    *  ___^    oav*m«n^ &MV^ scriber; to return them imnae-diately to jajneiCox,ar they ; may expect    ' •    ■    , D. C. Orcutt Jn.ifl.isX . .. — —* v'uiig lairgc trad of tend whereon no famtiief are fee tied for a loog fpaco of tiiae, hav beeo found very pre]udlctal to the popnltrioa of all new ctaotriei: in order to avoid tbit, iocofivenietict which bti been greatly detriment cai 13 tile fettlement ofKcotucky, it U hereby prQkided»jtbat every' locator (kill nave two*yeara from the ti ne of entering hia location,’to lix, •r place himfelf orfauie ocher perfou ur pcrfont on the grouod, or in the country at fomt (laiion of defeoce; dr legiu a«'iiHi>i;ov#infDi on etery fec-cioa, or \^'iarur. of a fadioo'which Ue m4y have located, tf tbit may be ione ndth (afety i but if the locator kill oegtcd tor two yeara after lo-j4cion euteri^ .CO makca fetthhsent on every fedjoo ot qjtarcer uf n fée-lion whieli'he.may have located, or lolHtUrotny other perfon or per-'ont thereon, of i& fume (tafion*i who ihaM eoatioue to iüpi'óao the fame. If iive ia fach lUúuo* for y yean, tinleftfuccoeiled by otberi, wholhalt i ipply thnir.piice, niuivided they sre not didt^rbed by tlie lidiaai for iriac period,. In facki cafe one kxth y«rt of evtry fucb negUéled i'eftioo or a qniner p*ri of n^.fedion.'to he taken of.Jn a. tqqavf ak-the North* lilaR córner ib.ll Km    ¿“.-r    • To botli HmISTm'firltoBwoc.    cottttimoÁe if ioat fiSVltfitilB M .    2    “Von.-    b^Mqr. My Lori.    fti, fc«. tod orwlo. .irf IT it a great ftiiit.fttM    ,»rtitad«. eerfcwapt, wi mm 1 re«e« that, notwiikft.adiag tke    ^    ,H    raaki    0    ' «Any ...ata uait«MrU. m tha co«    flw .«aBf boilUtky    • raaacaaie, ta« prefpea rrfaWag    ih« Uahcd«j|»kiMvfVwOr&» from th. geotral Btaatloa of affiif»    Aittf* amd c^ro¡Uf rro,efc,|JSt    v' bu, ID nnoy importtoi frfpca*.    *IM*é I» tl«ai iMtaiSetik- bata maroil.lly Jmpwed m dw iwir wkh At. eoboti»!: tourfe of cbe prafeot    iWlKa «fbiA tb./'    ‘ la Italy, the tkeaieayi in.attooor    la *« fserA Saaa hbr e frcncb bM baaa prraoatednd    -    -    - — ,»«iea,o M*aiioa of I la ih« fsorA »«• bW the f reach bu beta peraoated •. »ad    ' otoS Mrdki aai iaKikilhaca frtM they bive beta driven back fw *    the Mval {.Kt IbnlAádbv tb* £tt« coauderablt p.rf of th* Hm of cbA .p,«f, ^    ¿¿    bal^a    eaa^ which they have occaplcd -IbeW I.    eft.aa<lty «* Awek tb* '^opcrM tlfo reafon to bop. .hat tbe rotefl to-    of tb. «oeiiqaa that aaarter. .' peratioMofthe AoftrU.*foiW«htro I bat. M.tladad Mgs^taeofi cbeeked tbe progref. wbicb they defMGroliHtlW» Witfc tb«. r«b | had mad* M»^d« ofG.rmaoy, *ad    p«ria| tOona r, aad tb. faftratcd tbc.iSaiic« proJaSi wbich .    pftb. fiL*aty 4fCeew*Al VHitte <bey wereporfiiiag ia that    Uaited-hctroiMrAlMrkai''i.U^ liefaccefli*which h*ve.«tt«nd.d l^«n^ba^«n*rLM*d^^^ c military op«r*tiont ia otbcr.    die. of tbti. twatiaa tb    M r*M^ T(i*of tht campaigo, and the ad* ,    foro «m-    ”    ' Ata ama 1MI.UW    -    - ¿id cbrarr A4f kf deemed forfeit* viand mill    to the regifter* loir the ttuie belog^io ^^1^ f® fet' ee •ülhoiriC» Kim    -A-    A -K. Will bft Sold. i* * OV’ihd fourteenlh. fcftsenth *¡•4 Isitaath. of'->l.rli».n*ttt; by ibé fiber, at the plice he formerK i' »eda oeki dowd to Mr. jecob ote wart it\ < Gcinnat 1*^1900 Apple tf ‘' ) > lii^liigi pwr Imndred or fix tol aothoirife eo gtant «the lhnlo | , gfktit. to ^ev .v^tntf e foctler who éítl firfi mike applkation to ihti voi giffrf therefofp-preilouJl .toaoy fet* ^le^eiit bt^g.inadf thewBoci by ehe * propriecofa pq loeacottwr foom peV-‘*»4 for^ kiii i mpow i*€oodltlo« * ihi Til lOrs tftéi it ----------Jfxpehff »r Hngle i>n*4 Bacon ir Pork mill h** >eUo In pty delivered 11 Mr ' ' i/m|i Gkrodi * nomtvtr, thir, >c|i xqloat Tfttjor’ |hfdOrtf4* lif\mfdii^^^ miko io-layprovyaiciit^ and IhU If codtlnoe the ArtUem^t iheetón, #• llvq I» 4b(he'','iBilloa In the coowy* firdofkiceyai U reqotifd ofibf prc^ uflétor/or^dríl*lA»»dt*MW o— s- •.‘J ,..    —, — .• ftvquiqvo utiPf pre^ primor,'•r^áríl'loeitor.i But Iq aN. fuel fbideíthré*,, ohe fo|feitf4\fibtto pifk Ch»B‘heiovoffabty^takfo ytihe NotphABzfi eorndf |ui    ; fIfO. 01* qttiitid^oli olgti<led to |e foitledi end |boO h« Airveyed ,    #    -r-’--'     wa    ipli p«r(i*of tbe camptigo, aon the ad*, fore yon.    " vaoftgn which they wero pnrfnrhg    ^ GtialHne*    nftbo    Hnnflí of in that quarter.    ^    ^    ‘    Moa. The fuceertt which have ilteoded U ft knMktter of tmocdritó m. the military operqtioni |n Other    thartao fpoNU campalgQ, A the advaotagei ^whtch v|ce ,%tlf require fuftheiTfdMiodtt they have derived from the cwnclufi tO {k$ -hcovy harder* wblrb on of Hsporate rrcatioi with fume of heeb    %    --- tht power* mho were ‘engtirr ^ * the warfare far from compel the tylli which experiface from     ^    noi contíñuaaca. The defim^nii of and paculpj^urea, wnd iheir comme/cf, dlminutlon of their    peneca, tkoogh naib%ik maritime powerg afd the tmphrejel their omA..—    ^ Is^á ^    toeir    paiieca, cíiough naihlkjrtt po|ror, .,d the impUrejal tboU ««wkfuv. wi|f mSm Jrd .ad dllhef, ' of <;lreti«»,.Q,«. afc. ia^i,aalbni.tÍ9ii, b*a* Aibdttc' coafiderjibl. diaibaikmfa .d ih.imprMB9m«bicb.»wtf«uA|. foo#lt« ibiiTTi tbe^cUT Jy to bf ..pwamj-^aad » g«ií7.l    MVl,.gJa.»a4    ^ feafe .pMV*ro ftr^l .«y^lughMr    IM** obÍT»cd.fMfMÍr,ia,« n«h 7.909*,(bat il^*r fimSh. 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