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The Centinel of the North Western Territory (Newspaper) - March 12, 1796, Cincinnati, Ohio circulated in thif    ctturg ;    hrgtheri inTe“nt    only to \ ylcHÍe    4iil)#r.    N*r    tlit fbit ni« of ibe tair wiiniin^ to euhnnte xlc ginertl joy ; a bail «t Head leaner*. Hhkb ibe LaHin of tbe village honored ^ ith thftr prefence^ iloiVd the joyous Iccncs bf thii day, M'it bout i* vulcnt, or incjdent, pain-)ul, or «nplcaiant. • The ihovc F^tra^ Would hive ajipeaerd in our lali, butit'waa, )un(led 111 alter ihc'Fiper w»i put to Prcfi. We trc Ju(l informed by fnme geo« tiemeo Uitly from Full Vliicrniri, that the inbabttaoii of thit place havefaifrd i fuft^%J?nt fum of money, for the purpofe of opening two good bridle roadft, one from il'tre to Loulfville. and the other to Pige on ( re»k on ihe Oliio, which roalt are unri*ruken, and wHl Se com* pleated by the lOth Miy next ; tbii t\ep will open an eaTy and pleaf'ant aummiinication between Kcutuckv, and one of the üneO and moll (Vrtiie «uuntrici upon the globe. From a London Paper THOMAS TO PH AM. Wo learn by accounts vi-éll «ttcsed, ihat Thomas Tophatn a man vs ItO kept a public house at Islington, perlonied surpri si n3 (eats 0f strenglb; as brea k • ing a broomstick ol the first jiiagnltude, by striking it a-ainsthis bare arm, lifting two lOgshcads of water; heaving his hone over a turnpike gate; carrying the beam nia bouse, as a soldier his firelock, But bosvever belicfmighl stagger.’ she soon rccoveied herself when this second Sampson appeared at Darby as a ;erfonner in public at a shil- ■I ingeach, UpoaáppHcatlon to Cooper'tor Uat AkierMaH CoV)per‘for leave to exhibit, the niaeistrate was surprised It the feats he pro- iipsed , as his appcnranc e was ihp that of other men, he icqy'ested him to strip, that he tnight sec whether he was tnade like ihrtn but he was foiind to be exlreinly muscular. VVIiat were bolfows under iliC atms and bams of o-liters \verc filled up with liga liicnts in hill). He appears to be neár fivr fcclten, turned oFihirty, well made, but nothing singular; he walked with a small limp, lie had fbrtneily hid a wager the usual decider ol disputes, •    ’d hit thigh. over bis head. The bodies he foiichetl seemed 'to have lost their powers ofgcavitflion. He also broke a rope, Usfened to the floor that would sustain twenty hundml weight; lif-ed an oak table six fee! long with his teelli, ihougb half a LL-th»!« t.leHted t»- S*moel pV^inus to tht pirc« nerihij> nf Hatch and Btirnt, are re qiirdrd by Miti to make immeditte, piymcnt. ..And ibofc indebted to Hitch and. Buroi, arc ' requeíleij by tbeto ro make payment becwoen ; ttiii and I lie tenth of Ap.ryl next, ! gi the partoerOtip thtii énda i and -14 1.XX44 a    Hatch    expec4<    to    go to Phila.- hnnrlt-ovl ,1.4    -.-    I    .    (Id phi a iuHiicdíalcly aftet that pc- nujiüieu weight; vvas hullglo ,    /    ^    ^ the exiiemity; a piece of foa-^'. CintiAniti, Mmji 9,1794. iher was fixed to'oneend forliis" ^    _ ... . teeth to hold, two of the. feet Stood upon his knees, and he ,| raised thr^nJ with I he weight a;^D higher lliiin lhatin hisniouihf lie look Mr. Cham hers, Vicar of Ail Saints, who weighed twenty seven stone, and raised him with one hand, his head being laid on one chair, and his feet on anolher, four peo-|:lc of fourteen stone each, sat upon fais body, which he heaved at pleasure ; he struck a round bar of iron one inch diameter, against his naked arm and at one sroke ben fir like a bow. ^^cakfiess and lecling seemed fled togeth^^ 4.    *    .h    .    . Being a master of muslr, he entertained thecompauj wi h Bad Tom. 1 bead him sing a soló to the organ (then tlie only one in Darby) at 6’t. Werburgh's Church : but, though ne mlgh perfom with judgment, yet the voire more terrible than sweet, .Marcely seem human, Tho'ofa pacific temper, and with the ap* icarance of a gentleman, yet e wasliable to be insulted by the rude. The hostler at the Virgin’s Inn, where he resided having given him disgust, he took one of the kitchen spits, from the mantle pie» e, and bent it round his neck like a handkerchief :but as hedid not choose to tuck the end in the hostlers bosom, the ; umu brous ornainenr excited tlie laugh of the company, till he condescended to untie his cravat^ In the Press, 111 epi^eir on Tuefdxy oekt true Copy) of t I JUOGiiSrMMBM: PAMPHLET. '.Oo ihf firil letfleWeatof thU C ian-' try. Fricc oXe foarchóf » OolUf. ♦    Pr lot ing Of ficé, Mttch li, p6. 5uhrcVibf'r SUBSCRIBERS that ihfee horses coulcl not tliaw him fro!u a post which be cuulcl clasp with his feet ; but the diivci giving a sudden lash, turned them aside, and the unexpected jeri had broke The performance of this pc wondetful man, in whom were uoited the strength of twelve, were rolling up a pewter dish of seven pounds Weight, as.;» man rolls up á sheet of paper; holding a pev»--ler quart at arm's length and aqueezing the sides together like on egg shell; lifting two hundred weight with his little, linger, and moving it gently For the LAWS of che T £ R R I T O » r, ^uhicribfr wifhei tA inrorfá his friená^ind the public in ¿'7neral, that he hai remove^ hit» .AUCTION ROOM, to Sycamore-n eer, it the corner of third ilret. oppalire the Priotinp.Officc, where hi» SALES will be OH Toeóhyi, at 10 n’clofk. A.M.*    • He likrwife pfojjofe» to the Pah-lie rhe fiHiug np óf ill kindi tf Blank Inftrariinii, víz^ Deedt. Morrgtfgei. BUI» of Sale, l«3eniut*e», Ac at which plice he wi«1 be f^ratefally indebred :o hl<: frlcnd^aud the pa5-Vic for their cuAorn. John Fiincé, CInciaaati» March it, 1796. TtiE INFORMS hi* frlerdt .n’d Hi. pi«t Rt hn..ó|>:<!B«t m ( on tnd Vondo* Sio-eln tt»». hoñfr ' joialnt! Oro. Gordop*», tf<». %!!*»•• he kill fe'ccW#%U tto^dl ikxc bt ngr^\ be introftefl.with—rVnm ji5l, acqijaiottiite and thit integrity nif.. cheraéter," he iKH'alme'd.tb iifiin, Hil' flart/ra hiihfelf wlih lbe patmhifl^ and fepport of hit felío^ ctt Vendueito W held    ,«    week    ’ at 10 o’clock A. Mi- A ‘Vt'odf «rdayt^ andSaiOrday*. . .    . Atiihouy^ Silly th. Ciacinh’iti. Feb. if, fTOA. t    '"A . waaiiisi •M. Notice. All perfhot llidebted ti^ the tfih tat* o'* Jame» Mnrv'ww; cd, are reajoedcdTO call snd immediate paymeit—iítm! the litve any demand» ^gaVuft laid aré teqoeiled rb bring forward thel accoonrs* properly n katbfOtkitcdi^ ¡0 order for f ultbieiit. iv ^ Elizabeth' MorroW. Admxi^ tiicinMti, Feb, t^'^796. ■!    II.    hm    IL1    '    I Uli ]Rnclosiire*< ti of! tiic SuQMrtber. (tb» Itniddlé of last    ’ Steel, thre'é    .(!•»•-;- springs a crop 0&b« hplr some wjute onwt tte.heBy»'}. The 'oVinirf is lequeste»! 'to It HGnKAS. iry Wjft IC.thiriat A ; ha»* elided trom my, bed and hoird, withoar ’hé téaft prbvocatjoñi I am crcdihL informed (he if evertX log her iirmoft endttvouri to raft me in debt : This if therefore to forewarn all perfon» from hafboar^ ing, or ce^diting her oé my acc >onf. as I am determined to páy iió debtb of her contraftmg. WILLIAM BONEÜ Licking. Feb. 7, 179b, €omc, * prové ploperiVf • taUW away., icharges, and PatruHi Mocrt. jTtmiltoi, ftt). II, 7hé púWlc árt^réby ca»:* Honed againstgivim^redii any part of toy    on    itíy¡ iNotlCCy Is hereby givén once mofe to. all perlons wlu ta;<» any prei« mi» ui to douitioQ lt)C« in the town ot Lav Itin. to come forward immediifelv and comply with the lermt of fettle-meñt, a» I will wait no Initger for any peife; I will ftart in the coórfc or ten day» at the furtrft for Green-i'lle and 4fie'r that time n ine need ®pp‘r- ' John Dunlopr, Dayton February ¿2, 1796. A    ^ Are rcqaeded to call for thrir C<v^ pies.—They will much oblige rhe Printer if they provide thcirrtlvei with the ntceffiry chango, (which will be 86 cfnii)-*-»a he it deicr« miatd on the ptefent otcafion to keep no bookt. Frlotiog-Ohice, Cincinnati| ' * March ir. 17^0.    ,» I •9611 *L q5i»W •yoo^ uo/f *g jDadxoAeni ‘aDjtou *u[i jo s*A|Osnioi(i )¡eA -t jou op oso»lJ Stuaiu Ojjjas JOf pjtAA.^0} amo;) o| paiisap aJ« ‘spuBinap duB 9ni •Alfq asoqj }fc p'.ií-‘»úa*i Jr,d. ajeipaiuuit. aifBui oipajs9nh?s .Áqjjaq ajB ‘lunooae )jooq JO a»ou i(q Jaqim j-iquosqns ^ aqi oj paiqapiii siiosjod 'j'j V I ALL.those indebted 'tó the subscriber are earnestly ré ifueued to come Jorwdrd, 'and make payment, those who slight this notice may expect that their accounts will he put into the hands of a proper person for collection. james Cok,, Mtrch 4, 17,4. /E have a small well chosen Assortment of V    » Dry Goods. Crockery^ Hard ware, k some Croceriei, H^ñícír w# wilt dtrpofe of at coil and tliar(;ea. hjr wholefillc, or at a very aoderate ndranct by retail. Kimberly^ and Co. Claclnaati, 3d March, 1796. Wé Udil (tli 10 pltfsa btantlful Í9«r ^aarur UacDp by the piece. account, úniéssl am pAsooal- -r ly present, ór á^péculS^rd %    %    *    É    *    \n    ' horn Under My h'aiHii'^ ■Cincioaiii, M.rcli s. *7^* Jítóúci Cox\ - < - - . TO ihé PVétté- 'be Subfcribera-havijii^ fieWhaii' T^' 1 ed e cóhrrdef'aW    of Land of the Hówdra^-* ;J#hA iléoei semines, istq . t>^Bg tKt tktle Miami, ¡Q the ^ibA Sib lribgf bftlbwa Ihipf—D(j now oifeV ibt'Camk tor fialo on the oVoft liberxl ^ibclflei—*Fl»«/ (Iditcr thccnfelve» the tkud.U etjoet té tñ) in the purchXÍf. ^otb »e toToii and fiiuetioD-^Particolak tncosrtf# nient will Uc given, lo int _    left    11 m KAmiUet that #111 fohii ofimleiacui on the premircÉ-4stnd f*r tbok •(> commódttiéiav B GrHl^a Sek hÜlt «ÜI he errAe'd thcreoA ImtbcdUlcly, oé (he róúniry llbd#, 16 fmrt, (ttileü» uoth XooVe 'and belo#, aod'«HUaii^ bout to he toriied eat^ly hi —they ilar’ter tbémíelvoi é»c4^áátfn cah he made hn that atcoiiit ke ibot* whowidi to fettle on tbieí||]k^a^ Ohio. Théfe cbofingto botwil^f cfiaferl of rctilcri oey k»«fV ditiokiiby Xpptyingto    V. .SamlielHigjiwaT, . Bvaa fianu. Colanihia, Febrotry, 4, ' t'v DANIEL BAYAM Has just received, ondopsned^ At tne Hbiite ot Mr. GRÍFF/Ñ lEATMAHi^ An Asisortment o( ' MlíDÍCINE. wh¡cli.wl"»*ablieKim li> «(-» tend, in the line of li^s pri>A lessloii, to those Citizens^ who may bé pleáted to lávtilsc him with thetr custortii Ciaciapatli FcV» H; ijpéy Ém

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