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SWAMP LAND NOTICE.
AUDITOR'S OFFICE, WOOD COUNTY, OHIO,
Perrysburg, December 19th, 1853.
SwATwr.
EALKii rKUFObALS, directed to the Commissioners of Wood County, will be received at this office till the 24th day of January
next, lor making the Ditches and Drains described below, for draining and reclaiming the Swamp and Overflowed Lands in said
iounty, as hereinafter described, to be paid for in said Lands, at the appraised value thereof, as specified below, to wif
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BEGINNING.
TERMINATION.
WHAT LANDS TO DRAIN.
REMARKS.
north line section 3
At Mcf!utr.hfrnvillA 1?
- awvisa .IV. va OtVUVll J
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north west corner nfiption nUnntl. woof mraUK,mn n
Inorth east corner section 0 south east corner section 9
soutn east corner section V south west corner section 9
at McCutcheonville road
north east corner sec. 11
south east corner section 3 south west corner section 3
south line section 11
Milton & Mont. F. T. road south line section 11
north east corner sec 11
north west corner sec 11
north line section 11
jsouth east corner section 34
bull (Jreeu.
west qr post section 28
south west corner sec 29
west branch Rocky Ford
souui west cor sec 14
name
near Thomas Buck's
west qr post awl see 24
n w cor s w i sec 24
8am o
west or Dost section 17
west qr post section 29
s iiiie e 5 e j nee lanr
sline w i s w i sec 14 1 4 r 9
n w cor n e k n e k sec 9 1 4x9
U c cor sec 34 1 5 r 11
s w corner sec 34 t 5 r 11
west ar Host gentian 9ft
Beaver Dam
Rockv Ford
south in creek
n w cor s w 1 n w i sec 14
same
in north west section 27
extends east 120 rods
south west corner sec 24
in section 23
north west corner see 17
ixtends north 3G0 rods
n e cor n c k n e i sec 9
least line sec 34 t 5 r 11
section 3 town 5 range 1 1
section 3 town 5 range 1 1
section 3 town 5 rantrc 11
section 5 town 5 range 1 1
section w town 0 range 11
section 11 town 5 range 11
section 11 town 5 range 11
section 3 town 5 ranee 11
section 1 1 town 5 range 1 1
s i sec ii town 4 range 11
s It sec 34 town 5 ranire 1 1
section 28 town 4 ranire 1 1
section 28 town 4 range 11
w j sec 'jy town 4 range 11
section "JO town 4 range 1 1
- vuu, "j-. .11 uuunu-ucau ivuou, auuuk 14 imirs, u iee.i wiue ; aiso, ior clearing out tne west branch of Kockyf
Ford, from the south end of Ditch No. 15, up to where it is already cleared out, a distance of about 2.4 miles. 50 feet wide Alo 3
lul icaiiug uui nuii viccn, nuin xue norm easi corner 01 section ai to tne west line oi section 28, in Portage Townshin n ditancnJ
of 510 rods, 40 feet wide. t . . r -ij
For a more definite description of the. ahnvp nnmpfl nitehee nml nni'nc' rpfnmnon mn,! v.o 1,0,1 v, "c i
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on file in this office. ' & 11
ijie xi4auu mienaea xo db arainea ana reciaimea Dy tne uitches and drains above described, and which are offered in parmnt for
the cost of such improvements, are described and nnmaiRerl ns follows: in -wit
Length Width Average
in in cutting
Rods. Feet, in Feet.
540 14 1,40
327 12 1,80
320 10 1,50
320 12 1.50
324 10 1,50
3G0 16 1,50
320 1 J" 2,00
320 8 2,00
320 8 1,90
4G0 12 1,50
320 8 1,25
120 20 ,50
220 20 .75
4.54 12 1.50
160 20 2,00
240 6 1,25
240 6 1,25
280 8 1,50
120 8 1,10
140 8 1,23
2G0 12 1,50
100 10 ,75
3C0 10 1,50
40 8,
40 ; 8
80 ,8.
240 ' 8 1.50
In Center Township
ditto
ditto
ditto
ditto
in Webster Township
ditto
in Center Township
in Webster Township
in Portaire Townshiu
in Center Township
in l'ortago lownslup
ditto
ditto
ditto
parts sees 14 & 15 town 4 range 9JIilton ) , . ,
game H f one on eac" 8,tle f racI
n Jnw j sec 27 town 4 range 9
is w i sec 24 town 4 range 12
same
same
n w 1 sec 17 town 4 ranee 9
w part n i sec 29 town 4 range 9
e t s e j see i; town 4 range !
w i s w I sec 14 town 4 range 9
n e i n e k see 9 town 4 ramre 9
Is I section J4 town o range 11
do ( '
in Milton Township
in Montgomery Township
ditto
in Milton Township
to finish ditches on Portg F. T. It'd
ilontr Milton & Montir. Road
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mi center lownslup
' o? Appraised
s 3 Value Der
TOWNSHIPS. g s g . PART OF SECTION. ? Acre. P
. $ C.
Center, . 3 5 11 Whole fraction 626.60 2 25
same 9 5 11 whole 640 2 25
Webster, 11 5 11 east half 320 3
same 11 5 11 west half 320 2 50
Center, 34 5 11 south half 320 1 50
Montgomery, 24 4 12 south west quarter 160 3
Portage, 11 4 11 south half 320 1 50
same 21 4 11 south half 320 2
'-same 20 4 11 south half 320 2
,.,6airie 28 4 11 north half 320 2
same 29 4 11 west half 320 2
Milton, 29 4 9 north east quarter 160 4
same 29 4 9 north west quarter 160 3 ,'
same 17 4 9 north east quarter 160 2 25
same 8 4 9 cast half south east qr 80 2
same. 8 4 9 south east qr north east qr 40 2 50
same : 9 4 9 north eastqr north east qr 40 2
same 14 4 9 west half south west qr 60 2 50
same ' 15 4 9 east half south east qr 83 2 50
same 27 4 9 north half north west qr 80 2 50
!f 5?.altLnS proposals, applicants should designate the Ditches by their numbers, as above, the price per rod for which thev will make '
v. w m uu I 111 u II 1 Llllll VV 1111.(1 Llir, I nill I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1' 1 r l'f I II 111' Mil III 1 I U) m I III 1111 P'lU AVirwl m.i 4 . . . I I . t I
land lln parcels not less than 40 acres each) selected in payment for such labor, confining s Sod
benefitted by the the improvement proposed to be made by them respectively. Applicants will also endorse on the mside
lone containins their nronosals. the number of the Ditch nr nit M,i rnr hLh ,1,1 ti ! n l.,,?"t&ulBO,.,V,t? onft- i
this office on t21tlilday of January next, for the puVpof examini
the improvements above. fpecill, to .the bwest responsible bidder or bidders. Successful bidders should be present, and prepared to i
give bonds, with security satisfactory to the Commissioners, for the fa thful nerformance of tli.-ir r,K,ti,-, ,1,,,.,,., 1 1
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:Bv order of the Countv Hommissioners
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S. D. WESTCOTT, County Auditor.
Mexico.
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x. iicx.n.aii journal iub DlglO JJICZ y
Nueve of the 14th of December. re-m-eRent
the Indians on the northern frontier as being
very troublesome attacking and
nig estates and settlements, and
when opposition is made, or vh
MUIU f, IU OIJCU
1 1 ml . w . ...
wfli gtopan acrow, a java, and, perhaps, a
.aace., ..This coat-of-mail cota-dt-malla
w: made1 of leather or or-hidi nnrl tin " Wo
of dfenc; Vui il is not a' Very good' sign
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when
Uf-IUll
such defensive apparatus is relied
A bettei reliance would be fire-arms
elded
f 1 1 1
-r"" ' . , uiuhu; mmi'.i ui-hi-jiiin
the sword and th lance, effectually wieh
skillful lianas, directed by courage
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1 M ni.pr i n a-. 4 Ii -. I - . 1 ', i a
" i.,, iiinim.uiis;, null-
armed barbarians oh its borders. What is
J!1S
Anna
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The Quebec Gazette office was burnt out.
No Freight fou Ekie. We an informed
that it is the determination of tho rail mud
companies and the express -houses of Liv-
II UWlfin i"V " l( nnn n .1 1,J.U. . A f 1 . t
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T ... . , t- r-- ,
. Jonn Mll(-'h'd s new paper, v, The. Citizen."
The Sandwich Islands.
The latest intelligence from these island
tells the same tale of a mixed feelin" respect
inn annexation whii-li niim.. i i
, - , . - --- k uiiivais nave
brought before.
ine whaling fleet have nit assembled t.t
their winter quarters in Honolulu. They
have had a bad season, their catching
amounting to a little mom ii,,.,. i..fir
b -- ...... I II. til
of last season. There fire !... ......
hundred whalers in the port, with an avert. u
of not more than sevon ,i,,,.i-.,i ri .
. UUllCIS
each.
Much improvement is manifested in th
islands, especially in those ports that for
cmners visit. Agriculture is much attend
ed to. Indigo will soon be a profitable crop.
YYheat is being raised in considerable quan
tities. One district in th3 island of Maul
has raised twenty thousand bushels thi
year. Coffee, sugar, und tobacco are void
ing abundantly. The. production of 'su-ar
this year, in the islands, will amount to
throe thousand tons, and that of coffee to
one hundred and fifty tons. An cueiy-tic
industrious, and enterprising population
would soon increase these crops. A number
ol line stores, and a steam flouring mill. ar.
in process of erection, built of the coral
rock This is some progress for u nation
that lulled its European discoverer less than
a century ago (Connecticut Courant.
The Sandwich Islands. President Pierce and the Erie Rioters--
Letter from Senator Chase.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13, 1854.
Sin: 1 received veslerdav, from
you. a copy of the proceedings of the citi
zens of Cincinnati, expressing their just in
dignation nciint tli.. I-.... I,.,.-".. ..
TC -.l'muici 01 uw
r.l0ters ,'1 , t,ouu,- Pennsylvania, in th.
i .u "Muges. ami iracK ol ttw
Lake Shore railroad, and shall luy the sanw
before the Senate without del
'jalso, copies of the same proceedings from
several other eentlemen.
Having been informed of the rescue, bv
the mob, from the custody of the Marshal
of several rioters arrested under rroce
nuin vim uiiiieajsiaies court at Pittsburgh
I called this morning, with Mr. Wade, on
the President, to ascertain what course, would
be adopted by the Executive, in caw the ri
oters should persevere in their lawless vio
lence, and in resistance of Fed. rad process
The President informed cs that he should
net with promptness and decision, whewv-r
a proper case for intervention should 1
presented ; but that as yet, the nccessarf
evidence of obstruction to the laws, bv u
combination too powerful to b- suppressed
by ordinary judicial proceedings, or by tUr
Marshal in the exercise of his legal powers,
had not been submitted to him.
The Secretary of War, Col. Davis, in con
versation with me, expressed the same view.
He thought that in a matter of such mo
ment, the action of the government, whiU
decided and energetic, should be guarded,
and fully justified by existing facts
I sincerely hope this may be so. No rnnn
would regret more than mv'self th, f.i K(.,
of an occasion for the forcible, intervention
or ttie iNational (rovernment in the suppres
sion of combinations against the laws, but
I cannot doubt, that the course of ilWal
violence, which has shocked the country and
dishonored the communities nhirt, , ....
ZoZT! f ''n V iviration on
. ' s, ?",cl k: nrrestcd Rt u11
I'azals, and by all nocessarv
S. P. CHASE.
TTrTllTniTt
J:;... VUyVAVwf.l::,IIj,MA-ZI-,K
";;,.'' 1"'?'' ."l".'e conmu "V1:
' l J ' ''" m"il':r ""'.w. Also, from
" ! .vi'-'Y tncrariups. itl n h r,
cncrartiifrs. if
tenet; Icsitlm J'runlbO to
The CI
: J7
ff ej-rrtm.
00 yine trooc enruv-
for 1.2."., in clulis cf four suliflcriboM 1 jvv
.'heapcf t r.Ionthly Mapaziueiu Iho
World !
Send for &
if charge.
, cue yew,
. postnaid. T. S. AUTinni
107 Walnut Street, Philadelphb.

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