The Centinel Of The North Western Territory in Cincinnati, Ohio
5 Mar 1796

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5 Mar 1796

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The Centinel of the North Western Territory (Newspaper) - March 5, 1796, Cincinnati, Ohio V -.K. : The E N T i N WE ST ER Ñ Vol. IIU Wfl^^ Open lo all parties—but htMigttcei . bYiwtte, ÍL friei pir annum 250 cenff,) S A r V R D A T, iíaté s. jJL ,    •    .'    ’    ^    §^'Y*yyiif    ji    « t”íAÍ tllV’ é ' t: \Prk$ fÍHgis f Í)J1Á k. CIÑ CINNATI: Priatcdby fV. MAX/VELL^ ai^ltie corner of ThiM and Sycami THOMAS GIDSOy, Has jvjfl imported n Large at fortmint ot Dry Cioods, Or«* ceriei, Hard, and Crotkry Ware, of almoft every article in dcmanJ—.All wbich will be fold on the niuli rea** ionablf terms. Cieciooati, Dec. 34. 179^ TOUND, \ O.V the 7th inst'. asmalUiim-of money, the owner'by ap ' plyiii:;, and dcsrtlbin£> it to the Printer hereof, may have it again. Ciocinnati, D«c, IJ, I79J. Has for sale adjoining to Mr. jVrancik iVili'oa, in t. incinnait, a grrat q iantity liquors as foUuws, \iz Vracli brandy, Apple brandy chrriy* bounce, cordial» Ginn and cidrr, —likcwife Apples, FL ur. led, coun try Lionen, Lincy and'a numbrr ot good cwild B.AGS, which ite vsil! lell on reafonable terms for calli or good fur.    Í Henry Noble. Jan. V. S, Aa? Jterfoo wawting to por-ithafe a g»od new Keal boitt'tn Boat, fortv feet long, .may hsve one by ap^ plving to the fahfcriheV above nten* tinned. alfo a q iantity of gooid fluX-reed either here or at John Arm* ftror.g, LCq. in Columbia. HE fubfcrihers begs leave to in forni their old culiomeri and the public in general that they have IJ.I received a lar5c fnpply rtf Dry Goods, Groccriei and ironmongr), whicfi aoncted to their fonntc very ^rgc artnrtment will enable them to fell by wholesale and retail,at the moll reduced pr‘»ces, as they arc detennin-tpd to fuppiy all tliofc, who will pleale to call on them in hiture dn beiier terms that any 01 her hotifc in the eountry, and much more modérale than formerly of which they hope to convince, all thofc who will pirate to favoyrtbein withibeit culloni. ' J. & A. HUNT. Cincianati, Dec. 34, 1795- N. B. The faddlery bufinefs being barrled on by them with compleai iind ftoiihed workmanfhip. any perlón kan be amply fupplied In that Hue by krhotefale or retail. PÜB Lie OTICE AS hereby giver», 10 all per-§ons who liave engaged with Capr. Isrcal Andlow and his associates, to make actual sct-llctnenlwithin the town Day* tfic conllnence of the Big Miami and Mad rivers, that I shall attend at that place on, Monday the a5th instant, to lay off their several inn and 9ut lots, beingduly authotii* •d to that end. John Dunlop, Purveyor; (.IncinaAii, J»u- *79^* CONGRESS. HOUSE OF REPRESENTA FIVES. ‘ Thtirl’.lay, January 28. Mr. Griodjitif of the committee appoinird tor the purpolet Drought ill a bill tor allowing (uiu* peiiUiio 1 lo ilic members and ofiiceri ot.boih hotrfes of ctingrefi from and' alter the ihlrd day of March next j twice read and c(»mmit;ed for Ued. ncltlav ncx'.— Irireriix to be printed. Ibis bill conrempiates uu annual allowance to the inentbers 01 con greft, fubj.?ct to varioui reilrictiuUt and nioriiü» ations In commirtte of the whole on the ,bill to rcgóUtc proceedings in caiei ot ouilawf) . Mr Muhlenberg in the Chair. The third feftion of the bill empowers the niarthat to fummons at .the leaA 12 perfons to attend to hear the proclamation wl»ich he is dired ed to m.-'ke previous to ifl’uing the writ of outlawry Mr. Giles objcéfed to the claufe ; be faw no propriety in inverting the niarflial with a po>«er to fiimmoii 12 perlou# for this piirpofe, and to fine, them for ni't aicefidiug; he iiiuvad .that the wurds tlrouUl be irruck out i llii* with was to bayc ibc tlaui’e to. modiHed as l.hat the proclainai¡011 .fhouidbe.made at the time of them» et-ing of fome rout t lor thepurp de of greater notoriciv. Felupp»iled that the CO iris wnuld be litiiurnil) Ire* ei^ent to obviate ai»v dilíKoItics anf. ing from want of fcafonahlc cellecti-otu ot people to witncls the tiauiac* ti.m. It .vat ohje<rted to*thefc remarks, that it migiit happen that no touif was in IlÍIiub at the ti»iic when it would be neirflary tn riinke the pro* cLimation. The i)hj»'Ci of'hctlaufc is to iVcure io all polhble exigemic?» a due degree of noiuiiely in utaking tfic prooiamafion. Mr. Siigreii ves moved to rtrlke out titi-i'e words, immediately preceding thole moved to be expunged by ntr. Giles, viz, and in the ptefence and bearing ot twelve pbrfuns. blr. ¿h-greaves meant lo iiiirodiice the word.s in a fubfrquent part of the bill. 1 he motion tor (friking out thefe words was negslived Tilt motion vva* then to ilrihe out thefe words, which number, if netd be, he is hereby auihoiizcd tonh-wit-h to lummoii und couvenc trom the neighbourhood. The motion for ftriking oot iliefe words was carried in the attirmiiive I’he lall pait of the claufe relative to the penalty fur nut attending the fummonf, was expunged of courle. •Vtr. Milleg** moved án amendment to chc-4th fei^iort, by • claufe pro. viding for porting the writ, Ac. in three places of public refort io the county in which the party Is indicted, tod In the county in which the offence charged tc^have been committed ^thii amendment was agreed to. The b'di h^i^.fione thrutigh wiitv^ the commiitee roTr and reported it • with fundry .»mfndntenti. ^ Thefe ameodmeotf were taken into confideraiion by the houfe •fonie of them agreed to, others negative. Serení other amendm^its were pro* pofed—at leogth it was moved that the bill be re*<tfmffiiitrd t# ■ fc|rd eommitftf«*,wiiUb ttotioD wti a- 'greed III and a/ominittef of ebroeint appotscrd.’    I Mr. Wm. Smith of the conmUtte' appointed* to receive propoleUfrom* .Srenogra{>hrrf> brooght tn • repivt’ which ftates that they hive received propoiklrIroni David IVobtrifon of Virgirtia, to take the drbateslo fliort hand the coufidefation of féori rhoofafiA dfillara lor each ffíTioi- * this funr to pay all    nf^ltrk; hire, tlji^niry k¡sL I    r    *he^¡f ther rtefes thiAndftm biomWwcme^:yff»^»i of theSfrintcri of PhiladelnVk ha* offi^ed afeveq hundred dolfiini * from the minutcrip copy to betakto by mr. Xoberifon, which ftfinli tofbe drdn^cd from the four ibowfaad dollars leaving the Jum ofrw« thooGed ninebondred dolían to be provided by tbe government.. The report conclude* svitb refolutioBa*^putfuant to the above flatemen. Made the order oT the da) for to* roorow. 1 he bill to amend the aft to promote/he progrct* of nfeful trfi, received from the ferate¡ wai rcferad to a O'left rommittec. Adjourned. i V ée». report #•    petllhrit diittedto ^ ctNDiH^fi^0Ítti Mr.-I^bdridgi, Preftdeotof the Uiihcd rered two    ir fondry doaaiptirti fUMHuir fahie. * 1 befe weft N»4,'rnm¡ to the proclamtltHl^ cofp^flHir coQiBiimfceiWii •rtri ralHkiitioo of Ijfited t# Vl)f 'ceAifl^rioiinf ed Sittkc itvfpelftlrg the isi^f the naval 'eqiiipmeot and to iHeoiirchaf# of copper fnr f briber any atiA tkhat furfh?^ ^fltTttirtsur tnTté ww rovifion may be nrreflary, bfought Mr. lürper laid oa tM . Prifiay, Jtiioary 29. Me Péj^r of the commrttee tp pointed tS enquire into the aéluaJ (las# provillon may in a report which was read twice and referred to the committee of the whole, rrdrreci to he primed. The report concluries with two refolutions to the tcllowing pur* prrt that as there i* already a peace with 'rhe eitjperor of Moroco and C^rd reaf n to luppnfe that a peace la» allfo been concluded with Algiers, fbav only two of the frigates p.. A' rn tbe rtorks flinuld he com-pleated. 'I bat fut h of the materials IS ire of 1 peridiahle nature be fold the refidue bored and the furplus of fbe munev appropriated by law for bMilding the fix frii^ates added to the (und for reducing the jpublic debt ^ he petition of Alexander Power was read and referred to the land olfice committee. ’'(be niemorlal and reprcfrntatioo of Nicholas Kopfivelt and preiented by mr. LivingA memorial llatei tliat the rnemnrialifta have incurred grea; expence in entering i'to the biifinefa of mining, and prav for excb five right to fc«rch for and work minea ol metals femi-metals, coal tv. for a limited lime, under certain conditioni. This memorial was referred to a feleft com*^ luittee of five member*. The petition of Nthemiah Somkt of Horton was read praying a re-imburfmeot of the duties on a large qnantity of fait dertroyed by'fiera. On motion ot mr. Vernum leftrrtd to tbe committee of claims, A report of the commitire of cltiroa on fundry peiitiííos, was read, vix. Jofeph ffowe, the report Is agiinrt the petition.—Od motion of ¿ÍH*. Veroum, it wa» referred to the cemmittett>f tbe whole oo Thurfday next. Charle* Clark, the report was t-gainrt this pfiTtion, Mr, Rreot moved that it fhould be referred to the committed of the whole whkb was agreed idi F.lirtia Bennrt, the petitlooH if orgtiiredi aud the report was •• lUrfftWetVe pajr«.«fcl|| imHatQi of^oatf^Hlitiil eiU llort)r Mhróltiili ceding land ro the Uoittd    on bell Ca(lle#lflaiid¿ ard tondry poblld papera frinp iht goretoer ‘Ú thi South Wcllern Territory.    ^ Monday Frbruary t. The bill lor ^tbl92i|og houlfs for the Irdlant .otter feto# dergoiog a variety of ^'mníémehié finaPy pafed.    >,    *    ^ Hart was on. The The appropriation bill waimeivf ed front the leotre witK Wfr.dlóeoti¿/" None ofiaiportaace, rbV Wil masid rial one it a' propofed npprsvpriaiidii of i;coo dallara inUeadof Mirchafe of copper for tbf irper jaid 011110 law r* refoluiiooifl fubftaiice at follovra'| Refotred, That fucbrepcrtt aowel| from heads of departoientMa ieJc^ commit fees as are impoitabt <0 e plain tbe aft bf govenrment,bc pelM iiftied at the cxpcoce ol the United ¿tatei.    » Mr. iTirlth [N, H] gate ootico that be fliuui'd call up tbe’rrpoit ro« latiré to the Tedrral city. Toefday,*Ffh b. The amenda.rnts of the fefiitt^ ^1 the approprtaiiuo bill were agreed to    # A joint commit fee of etifolle^ bill* was appointtd. C)D motion, tbe comml\te of fib# * whole were difchargrd from furt coafidering the report of the fr committee, refpefttng tbe Bfpoi mcni of a btenrgrbpber. 1 he motion laid on the t*L?«. y terday by mr.\ltrpcr relptftiegtlk# printli g ot the reports ot the hou^ was agreed to, and the comfisitlff further inllrufted to repors    * propriety of republifbir.g futqe ro-lumei of the jouroAls oi lire.old con* grels, which are nearly out of prirl^ A firflige was received Irom iho Prelident, accoin^anviug a letur from gOverooiir hlnuiit, of the yth Drcember ; which iutormed ihti certain pcrfon*,^ih North lafolii'á,! were about leizingon lards Fecund by treaty lo the (lerokres. Tlrii was referred ro ibe.roiitmiHe af fi e whole, to ^horn were relerrtd «)• hill to regulate iutercourft WUU the Indiuns. Ihls bill was then taken    in comriiittee of the «hole. Mr MuUlenbuig vn ihe    * And. after Iwudrv aiiiert^lpshnu |bo rommifer* reported prtVgreti auik •tkcd lease to lit agsib'^ Report of the ftcrbfary of war of ibw lueafurcs taken fot opcolu^ with tbt lidlans. Tha ¿uatUa %i the is oaii9fiOa

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