HARRISON TELEGRAPH NEWSPAPER 1822
Connie Cotterill Schumaker
Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., January 2, 1822
A LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in the Post Office, Cadiz, Ohio on the 1st of January 1822.
Cowen, Benjamin S.
Gardner, Wm. H.
Hanna, Mr. Auditor
McFadden, Samuel T.
Rankin, Henry, Sen.
Slemmons, Wm. S.
Whitaker, Jas. & Isabl.
Wells, Charles D.
D. KILGORE, P.M.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., Jan. 9, 1822
All persons indebted to the estate of Asa Andrews, late of Cadiz township, Harrison county, Ohio, deceased are hereby requested to come forward and make immediate payment - and those who have claims against said estate, will present them to me, legally authenticated for payment within one year from the 26th day of November, A.D. 1821
Chester Andrews, Walter B. Beebe, Administrator
January 9, 1822
Is here by given, that pursuant to an order of the Court of common pleas of Harrison county, Ohio - will be offered for sale on the premises, on Monday the 25th of February next, the N. East quarter of section 34, in township 10, of the 6th range, situated on the Cambridge road, at Big Stillwater, in said Harrison county - late the property of Thomas Birch, decease. Said tract of land is of a good quality, well improved and situated for a tavern stand; and will be sold subject to the Widow's right of dower in the same.
Catherine Birch, Administratrix
John Birch, Administrator of Thomas Birch, decease
January 2, 1822
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed. January 16, 1822
Is Hereby Given, that pursuant to an order of the Court of common pleas of Harrison county, Ohio - made at the July term thereof, A.D. 1821, I shall expose to public sale on Friday the first day of March next, 50 acres of land lying in section #20, of township 22, (Green Township) and range 4. In Steubenville district and being the plantation on which the late Jacob Riegel resided previous to his decease. There is on this land a good Sugar camp, and about 30 acres cleared -- a good Spring, with convenient buildings, & c. Also, lot #43 in the town of Jefferson, Sale to be at the house, on the premises, at ten o'clock, A.M. where terms will be made known.
George Riegel, Administrator of said deceased.
January 16, 1822
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., Jan. 30, 1822
All persons indebted to the estate of John McCleery, late of Green township, Harrison county, Ohio, deceased are hereby requested to come forward and make immediate payment - and those who have claims against said estate, will present them to me, legally authenticated for payment within one year from the 26th day of November, A.D. 1821
James Hanna, Administrator
January 30, 1822
All persons indebted to the estate of Francis Hobson, late of Nottingham township, Harrison county, Ohio, deceased are hereby requested to come forward and make immediate payment - and those who have claims against said estate, will present them to me, legally authenticated for payment within one year from the 3rd day of November, A.D. 1821
John Hobson, Administrator
January 30, 1822
Is here by given, that an appeal will be holden by the President, Recorder, and Trustees, on the assessment made on the thirty-first day of May last, of the Taxable property in the town of Cadiz, at the houses of Matthew McCoy, in the town on the eight day of February next, at 10 o'clock A.M. where any person who feels himself aggrieved by said assessment may appear for relief of such aggrievance. Thomas Lee, Recorder, January 25, 1822
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., Feb. 20, 1822
MARRIED on Monday the 11th inst. by the Rev. Elijah C. Stone, Mr. Zebedee Cox in the 73rd year of his age, to Miss Charlotte Busby, aged 30.
The Harrison Telegraph Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., Feb. 27, 1822
Runaway from Cadiz, on Monday night the 25th inst. Matthew Coltrap, about 21 years of age, lame in the left leg, which is so much contracted as to make him about one foot lower than his usual height when walking; remarkable thin visage, of a swarthy complexion, very black, hair, took with him a frock coat and a pair of overhauls, both made of blue broad cloth, one black silk jacket and two other light colored ones, -- by trade a shoemaker. He was put in jail to await a trial on an indictment for forgery, and was bailed out by Mr. Thomas Phillips, (who is now in pursuit of him,) in a bond $800. Any person who will bring him back or lodge him in any jail where he can be demanded will confer a favor on community and be reasonably rewarded.
Cadiz, Harrison Co. O.
Feb 26, 1822
The Harrison Telegraph Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., March 13, 1822
Common Pleas, March Term, 1822
State of Ohio, Harrison Co
Whereas at this term of the Court, David H. Whiting, has applied for relief, under the act of the sate of Ohio, entitled an act of the relief of Insolvent Debtors - - it is ordered by the Court, that notice of the pendency of this petition be given in a newspaper printed in Cadiz, three weeks successively, at least 60 days before the next term of said Court, and that a final decision will be made on ??? petition at the next term of said Court to be holden in Cadiz, on Monday the 6th day of May, 1822.
William Tingle, Clerk
Sylvester Johnson, Att'y for Petitioner
COMMON PLEAS, March Term, 1822
State of Ohio, Harrison County, Joseph Gill, vs John Bush an absconding debtor. Attachment Debt
Whereas, heretofore, to wit, on the 4th day of January, A.D. 1822, a writ of Attachment was sued out of the Court of Common Pleas for said County, in favor of Joseph Gill, against the goods and chattels, rights, credits, monies and effects as well as the lands, tenements, and real estate of John Bush, an absconding debtor, of a plea of debt, of $143.69, damages $50.00 returnable to this court, which has been duly served and returned according to law.
Is therefore, Hereby, Given,
That, unless the said John Bush be and appear before the court of Common Pleas in said count, enters an appearance to said suit, puts in special bail, and received a de?? claration, judgment will be rendered against him on his default.
Dated at the Clerk's office, Cadiz, this 13th day of March, 1822
William Tingley, Clerk
Walter B. Beebe, Attorney pro Plaintiff
All persons indebted to the estate of William Coltrap, late of Stock township, Harrison county, Ohio, deceased are hereby requested to come forward and make immediate payment - and those who have claims against said estate, will present them to me, legally authenticated for payment within one year from the 1th day of November, A.D. 1821
Joseph Johnston, Executor of said estate
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., July 2, 1823
All persons indebted to the estate of Allen Waters, late of Green township, Harrison county, Ohio, deceased are hereby requested to come forward and make immediate payment - and those who have claims against said estate, will present them to me, legally authenticated for payment within one year from the eighteenth day of March, A.D. 1823
John Waters, Administrator
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., July 9, 1823
A LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office, at Cadiz, Ohio, on the 1st day of July 1823
Adie Joshua W.
Cloud, Wm. B.
Dowle, Samuel Mc.
Green, John and Henry
Hamilton, Afreda Miss
Johnson, James S.
McCreery, Isabel Miss
Moor, Elizabeth Miss
Rev. Roberts, Judge
Rea, John Rev.
THOMAS PHILLIPS, P.M.
STOP THE THIEF
100 Dollars Reward
On the night of the 26th ult. I was robbed in a small village called Jefferson, in Harrison county Ohio, of about $900, seven hundred and forty dollars of which was in ten dollar notes, on the Farmers and Mechanics Bank of Steubenville. The man who robbed me, was my bedfellow, and called himself Edward Johnson. He is about five feet eleven inches high, of a dark sandy complexion, had on at that time a half-worn fur hat, blue coat, black vest, dark grey pantaloons, and Jefferson boots. He appeared to be about 30 - 35 years of age and of tolerable good appearance. The above reward will be given to any person who will secure him, so that I can get my money again. Adam Johnson
Chauncey Dewey having formed a connection in the profession of Law, with Benjamin Tappan Esq. of Steubenville; they will hereafter attend to business appertaining to their profession, under the firm of Tappan & Dewey.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
To all persons concerned, that the notes given at the sale of the personal property of the late John Hooey, deceased, will become due on the 10th day of July, inst. at which time punctual payment will be required, or immediately thereafter said notes will be put in suit, as it is impossible doing justice to the creditors of said estate, to give further indulgence.
David Thompson, Executor
TO THE PUBLIC
About the 8th or 9th of March last, a man came to the house of the subscriber, and passed on from that to the house of John Winings Sen. In Green township Harrison county, Ohio and there died very suddenly. He called himself John Robison, and said he was a distiller, and came from Lancaster PA. He had a small black mare, supposed to be about three years old, and an old saddle and pare of saddle bags. He has been decently buried and his effects have been sold. There will be a small balance left after paying all expenses, which his friends, if he has any, can have on applying to the subscriber
JOHN WAGONER Green township H. Co., Ohio, June 25th, 1823
Notice is hereby given, that on the first of August next, I shall expose to public sale, a lease of the place on which I now live. The person leasing to give security for the payment of the lease money to my creditors, and to obligate himself to keep the place in good repair. I also again forwarn all persons from trusting my wife Mary McBaron on my account.
I have three children that I wish to bind out one small girl and two small boys. Any person harboring said children without my orders will be required to pay wages for their services. Denis McBaron
Stillwater near Mr. Ross's
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Brice B. Cecil, deceased, late of _____ township, Harrison county Ohio, are hereby called upon to make immediate payment - - and those who have claims against said estate will present them to me, legally authenticated for payment, within one year from the twenty-fourth day of June 1823.
Hazel Cecil, Administrator
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., July 16, 1823
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the Public Money of Harrison County from the 6th day of June 1822 to the 2nd day of June 1823
[In the interest of time and space I am only listing names and why they were paid]
Thomas B. Carter, Esq., of the county Levy for 1822
Samuel Amspoker percentage on lax tax for 1821
Thomas Welch and William Dunlap taxes over paid
John MaCurdy for his part in building courthouse
James Cummins removing earth off street
Samuel Amspoker defalcations on road tax for 1821
Daniel Kilgore stationary supplies
Joseph Burwell Esq, Coroner for inquest on John P. Bond
John S. Lacey for setting grate and brick
Thomas B. Carter Collector
John Hanna Auditor
Rezin Arnold Sheriff
Joseph Tingley for printing
William Tingley for blank book, stationary and salary
Thomas Philips Esq. Postmaster
Joseph Harris Auditor
David H. Whiting for putting up stove in courthouse
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio Wed., July 16, 1823
[The following is a list of delinquent taxpayers for Harrison Co, Ohio 1822 & 1823. This list is for BOTH residents and nonresidents of the county. I have put an X after the names of those who are nonresidents.]
A List of Lands Returned Delinquent by the Auditor of Harrison County, to the Auditor of State for 1822, and then returned from the Auditor of State aforesaid, to this office, with tax interest and penalties for 1822, with the tax for 1823 included.
Chambers, William X
Smyour, John X
Willson, John X
Brock, Jesse X
Ford, Stephen X
Laughlin, Robert X
Rankin, Robert X
Robson, Sampson X
Templeton, Mathew X
Bradley, Jeremiah X
Dunlevy, Anthony X
Gutshall, John X
Custard, Emanuel X
Ward, James G.
Denover, John X
Gause, John X
Meek, Joseph X
Sell, Anthony X
Stump, Sarah X
Stump, Thomas X
Stump, Joseph X
Shilling, John X
Stuck, Henry X
Walker, Mathew X
Welch, William X
Johnson, John P.
Alice, Oliver X
Burton, Thomas X
Johnson, Nathan X
Long, Jacob X
Lance, Peter X
Pyle, Harland X
Tarbot, James X
Russell, Patrick X
Scoles, Thomas X
Sutton, Samuel X
Darrow, James X
Irons, Jacob X
Long, Jacob X
McMillan, Thomas X
Reeves, James X
Sewell, Andrew X
Trigg, Robert X
Neel, William X
X after the name indicates a non-resident of Harrison Co.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., July 23, 1823
A List of Letters
Remaining in the Post Office, at Freeport Ohio on the 1st day of July 1823
John C. Evans
JOHN I. WILSON,P.M.
MARRIED, on Thursday the 17th of July, by the Rev. John Rea, Mr. Moses Urquhart to Miss Ann Hannah, both of this county.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed, Aug. 6, 1823
Court of Common Pleas
June Term 1823
State of Ohio, Harrison Co.
Thomas Lewis, Administrator of Micajah Parker, dec'd
Whereas on the 22nd day of March A. D. 1823, Thomas Lewis, Administrator of Micajah Parker, deceased, sued out of said Court his suit of Attachment against the lands & tenements, goods, chattels, rights, credits, monies and effects of Julia Parker, a non resident debtor, of a plea of covenant broken, damages $300, returnable to this Court, which has been duly served and returned according to Law.
Is therefore hereby given, that, unless the said Julia Parker be and appear before the said Court of Common Pleas, in said county, enters a appearance to said suit, puts in special bail and receives a declaration, Judgment will be rendered against her on her default.
Dated at the Clerks office, Cadiz, August 4th, 1823
William Tingley, Clerk
Walter B. Beebe, Att'y for Pl'ff
10 DOLLARS REWARD
Broke the jail of Harrison county Ohio, on the night of the 5th inst. a certain Ebenezer Maxwell, who was indicted and found guilty of larceny, at our court of common pleas at the last June term, and was sentenced to 40 days imprisonment, and to pay a find of 15 dollars and costs; said Maxwell is about 17 to 18 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches hight, light complexion, down look, had on home made linnen shirt & pantaloons, his parents live in Nottingham township, Harrison county; it is supposed he will go there. Also, William Kyle who was committed for excessive abuse to his wife; he is about 30 years of age, a sandy complexion, red hair, about 5 feet 8 inches hight, had on home made linnen shirt and pantaloons, and an old blue cloth coat; his place of residence is in Shortcreek township near Harrisville.
Whoever apprehends said prisoners and delivers them to me, at the jail in Cadiz, shall have the above reward, or 5 dollars for either of them.
Rezin Arnold, Sheriff
By his deputy, Wm. Arnold
Cadiz, August 6, 1823
JAMES P. JOHNSON
Respectfully informs the citizens of Cadiz and the surrounding country, that he has opened a NEW STORE in the town of Cadiz, in the store house lately occupied by Alexander Simpson and opposite the Court House, where he intends keeping constantly on had a general assortment of MERCHANDISE. Comprising of dry goods, groceries, queensware, Hardware, glass and dye stuffs. All of which he will sell on the most reasonable terms for cash or approved country produce, such as Ginseng Flax and Tow Linnen, Feathers, Beeswax, Twilled Bags, Whiskey and Rags and also clean Wool and Flax Seed.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed, Aug. 20, 1823
Respectfully informs the public at large, that he is about to commence the Statuary Business in the town of Cadiz, where may be had Tombs, headstone, and monuments in the neatest order. Also window heads, cells &c. with all things that pertain to his calling.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed, Aug. 27, 1823
I except to leave this county, in a short time and would wish all those who have unsettled accounts with me, to come forward and settle the same previous to the middle of next month. James Clemments
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed, Sept. 17, 1823
All persons indebted to the estate of James Welch deceased, late of ________ township, Guernsey county, Ohio, are hereby called upon to make payment & all those that have claims against said estate, are hereby requested to present the same duly attested for settlement, within one year from the 6th day of August 1823.
James Welch of Guernsey Co. & Thomas Welch of Harrison, Ex'rs
All persons indebted to the estate of Robert Cummins, deceased, late of Archer township, Harrison county Ohio, are hereby by called upon to make immediate payment - - and those who have claims against said estate will present them to us legally authenticated for payment, within one year from the 20th day of August 1823.
Anthony Cummins, Executor,
Charlotte Cummins, Ex'trx
All persons indebted to the estate of Robert McCullough, late of Cadiz township, Harrison county Ohio, deceased, are hereby by called upon to make immediate payment - - and those who have claims against said estate will present them to me legally authenticated for payment, within one year from the 1th day of June 1823.
Jos. Grimes, Executor
All persons indebted to the estate of Lewis Barkhurst, deceased, late of Short Creek township, Harrison county Ohio, are hereby by called upon to make immediate payment - - and those who have claims against said estate will present them to me legally authenticated for payment, within one year from the 24th day of June 1823.
John Burkharst, Adm'tr
The following is the substance of an instrument of writing given to me, in the presence of several respectable witnesses, by Aaron Thomas, some time ago. As the original manuscript has been lost I cannot say it is an exact copy, but I can prove by the witnesses who were present at the signing of it, that it is the same in substance, except the omission of the words spoken, by said Thomas. As my reputation is liable to be injured by the promulgation of the report, unless some explanation is given, I wish thee to publish this, and oblige thy friend. John Dingee
"To the public whom it many concern,
I, Aaron Thomas, of Harrison county and state of Ohio, having circulated a slanderous report against John Dingee of the same county and state, * * * * * * which I did not say with any intention that the report should have been spread to the injury of said Dingee's character, - - I always considered him to stand as high in a moral point of view, as any of my acquaintance; and now, in justice to him, I am willing to say, that after investigating the cause that gave rise to the report, that I am satisfied I was altogether mistaken, and that there is no just grounds for the same.
I am induced to give publicity to the above in order that the report may go no further to the injury of the person charged.
Given under my hand the 7th day of May, 1823 Aaron Thomas
Attest, Morgan Lewis
LIST OF CANDIDATES, for Harrison County
Auditor Joseph Harris
STOP THE THIEF
Twenty Dollar Reward
Taken out of the pasture of the subscriber, in Shortcreek township, Harrison county Ohio, on the night the the11th instant, one bay horse, nearly 16 hands high, 6 or 7 years old last spring, a natural trotter, rather rough gated, some white on three of his feet, not recollected which, he is a gelding. But has a large lump at the place from which his testicles were extracted.
The above reward will be given for the horse and thief, or ten dollars for information of the horse sent to the Cadiz post office, so that the owner can get him.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed, Oct. 1, 1823
Died, on Tuesday evening the 23rd ult, Mr. James Rankin, in the 76 year of his age, and for 9 years inhabitant of this town.
In the death of Mr. Rankin we mourn the loss of a valuable citizen, a warm friend, and an exemplary Christian. But why should we mourn
[this goes on to tell what a good Christian he was and etc. If anyone wanting the obituary in it's entirety contact me and I will send you a copy. I am only including genealogical data within the obituary]
During the past summer the infirmities of old age gradually impaired his constitution, and on Tuesday evening, without sickness or even a struggle, he exchanged this mortal for immortality .
On Wednesday his remains were committed to dust, attended by a numerous concourse of friends and acquaintance.
George Davenport, of Moorfield
Respectfully requests all those who are indebted to him, by note or book account, to come forward and settle the same previous to the first day of December next. As he has it in contemplation to remove from this place in a short time, he wishes to close his concerns, and it is hoped that all those concerned will attend to this notice. October 1, 1823
There will be a public meeting held at Georgetown in Shortcreek township, on Saturday the 4th of October next, for the purpose of forming a society for the detection of Horse thieves and other Rogues. A general attendance is requested.
Those persons who have relations buried in the common graveyard adjoining the town of Cadiz, are requested to go and examine the situation of the graves, as the pens which have been erected over them will shortly be removed, after which, it is believed, few persons will be able to find where their friends have been deposited.
Married on Tuesday the 23d ult. By the Rev. J. Walker, Mr. Robert Hanna (widower,) of Mountpleasant O. to Mrs. Mary Hanna, (widow) daughter of Mr. Rowland Craig of this place.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed, Oct. 8, 1823
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office, at Freeport Ohio, on the 1st day of October.
JOHN WILSON, P.M.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed. Oct. 15, 1823
[I have only included surnames and location on the following to save time and space.]
135 perches of land in Harrisville owned by Isaac Wickerman by suit of President, Directors & Co. Back of Mount Pleasant.
80 acres in southwest quarter of section 19 township 10 range 4 in the Steubenville District owned by Joseph Nutt at suit of Alexander Henderson.
Lot 21 and adjoining ½ acre in New Athens owned by Adam Robison by suit of John Moser.
2 undivided tenth parts of 124 acres in Andrew McKelley's Addition of Cadiz in southeast quarter of section 3, township 9, range 4 in the Steubenville District owned by Andrew and James McKee by suit of Wm. Brown.
75 acres in southwest corner section 12, township 14, range 5 in the Steubenville District owned by J. G. Ward at suit of the State of Ohio.
Lot 84 in Cadiz, Anna Stoakes right of dower by suit of Conrad Hilligas
House and 1/3 acres south side of Charleston Rd., the land Conrad Hilligas lives on by suit of Sera Woolace assignee of John Jamison.
105 acres in southeast section 4, township 12, range 5 in the Steubenville District owned by Andrew Ensley by suit of Robert Baird for the use of Martin Guilinger.
100 acres northside of southeast quarter section 17, township 11, range 7 in the Steubenville District owned by Buel Taylor by suit of Barnabas McNamee.
Lots 11 & 14 in Freeport with 2 acres adjoining in section 18 township 11 range 7 northeast quarter in the Steubenville District owned by Rezin Harris land adjoins Daniel Chicken by suit of Zebebee Baker.
Lot 40 in Kelley's addition of New Salem owned by Andrew Miller by suit of John Armstrong.
Lots 1, 14, 32 in New Rumley
Deeded by John Firebough to Brice W. Viers taken in suit by John Goodenow.
100 plus acres in northwest section 14, township 13, range 6
owned by Joseph & Abraham Noftsinger at the suit of Philip Firebough.
Lot 120 in New Rumley owned by John Davis at suit of Nicholas Hutchinson, adm't debonis non of James Ayers, deceased
Lot 17 in Moorfield owned by John Moore at suit of Thomas Emory.
In-lot 10 and out-lots 5, 10, 18 in Moorfield owned by Thomas Emory at suit by Joshua G. Hacker.
In-lots 15, 22 and out-lots 3, 11 in Moorfield owned by James McConnel at suit of James I. Moore.
Northeast quarter of section 20, township 11, range 5, south half of section 28, township 13, range 5, and northeast quarter section 26, township 13 range 5 owned by Thomas Elder at suit of Philadelphia Bank.
In-lot 4 in New Rumley owned by Wm. Vaugh at suit of Ephraim Smtih
House and lot 16 in New Rumley owned by Wm. Vaugh at suit of Jabez Wright, executor of John B. Jerome.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed. Oct. 22, 1823
List of Letters Remaining in Post Office, at Cadiz, Ohio on the 1st day of October 1823
Mrs. Susan Ford
Wm. M. Nicolls
Philep or Abraham Sheafier
Curtis W. Scoles
THOMAS PHILIP, P.M.
On Friday morning last between the hours of 12 and 1 o'clock, the new brick dwelling house of Rev. John Walker New Athens, was entirely consumed by fire. Happily no lives were lost, and the principal part of the best furniture was, by great exertions, saved from the blames; but the most of the body clothes belonging to the family, a desk containing papers, some books, and other smaller articles were burnt. The carpenters had just completed the work on the 2nd story on Thursday. The fire is supposed to have communicated from some small shavings and saw dust which had been swept into the fire-place upstairs where some fire had been kindled late in the evening. The precise amount of loss has not been fully determined, it must, however, have been considerable.
On Tuesday the 14 inst. the dwelling house of Henry Maffit of this township was entirely consumed by fire, together with the whole of it contents, the family being absent at the time.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
The partnership hitherto carried on between James and Thomas Lee is this day dissolved, by mutual consent. All those who stand indebted to them, by book account or otherwise, will please to call immediately and settle the same. With James Lee, who is duly authorized to collect said accounts. Wheat, rye, corn, tallow will be taken in part for old accounts, if delivered before the first of January next.
Oct. 14th 1823
N.B. The above business will be carried on in future by James Lee, who will keep on hand an assortment of Leather, which he will exchange for cash, hides, and skins. James Lee
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., Nov. 12, 1823
Married on Thursday last by the Rev. Thomas Hanna, Mr. William Milligan of this town, to Miss Lydia Miller daughter of Mr. John Miller of Archer township.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Daniel Kilgore and Robert Thompson, trading under the name or firm of D. KILGORE & CO. have this day dissolved partnership, by mutual consent.
All those who are indebted to said firm in anyway, are requested to make payment without delay, to D. Kilgore, who is duly authorized to collect and receive the same.
Pork and wheat will be taken in payment; The pork to be delivered between the 10th and 25 of Dec. next.
November 5, 1823
The business will in future be carried on by D. Kilgore, who has on had a general assortment of drygoods, hardware, Queensware and groceries. Also, a quantity of Juniata Bar Iron and Salt.
All person indebted to the estate of Daniel David, deceased, late of Freeport township, Harrison County Ohio, are hereby called upon to make immediate payment - - and all those having claims against said estate will present them to me legally authenticated for payment, within one year from the 11th of November, A. D. 1823
Nathaniel Buck, Admitr. November 11, 1823
All person indebted to the estate of PETER VANDOLAH, deceased, late of Cadiz, Harrison County Ohio, are hereby called upon to make immediate payment - - and all those having claims against said estate will present them to me legally authenticated for payment, within one year of this date.
Daniel Kilgore, Administrator November 1st, 1823
All persons who are indebted to the late firm of William Hogg & Peter Vandolah of the town of Cadiz, are requested to make payment before the first of February next, to Daniel Kilgore, who is duly authorized to make settlements and received all monies due to said firm. Those who neglect this notice may rest assured that their accounts will be put into the hands of proper officers for collection, as soon as possible thereafter.
William Hogg, surviving partner November 5, 1823
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed. Nov. 26, 1823
All persons indebted to the estate of William Rider Deceased, late of Rock township, Harrison county, Ohio are hereby called upon to make payment and all those that have claims against said estate are hereby requested to present the same duly attested for settlement, within one year from this date
George Greer, Administrator, November 11, 1823
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., Nov. 26, 1823
All persons indebted to the estate of James M'Kee deceased, late of Shortcreek township, Harrison County, Ohio, are hereby called upon to make immediate payment - - and all those having claims against said estate will present them to me, legally authenticated for payment within one year from the 11th day of November, 1823
Robert Brown, administrator
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., Dec. 16, 1823
Whereas my wife Elizabeth, and me, have separated - - this is to caution all persons not to trust her on my account, as I shall not pay any debts of her contracting after this date.
Thomas Hinton December 2, 1823
All persons indebted to the estate of Rudolph Hines deceased, late of Cadiz township, Harrison county Ohio, are hereby called upon to make immediate payment - - and all those having claims against said estate will present them to us legally authenticated for payment within one year from the 11th of November 1823.
John Hines, John Mitchell, executors
December 2nd, 1823
I do hereby forewarn all persons from taking an assignment on a bond given to Jacob Smith by myself, dated the 24th day of July, 1821, for the payment or delivery of one horse, to be valued (by two disinterested persons) at 75 dollars, in April, 1822 or in April, 1823 by the payment of interest thereon for one year - - as said bond was obtained fraudulently, and will not be paid unless I am compelled thereto by law.
Valentine Hibbs, December 15, 1823
All persons indebted to the estate of Alexander M'Kitrick, deceased, late of Archer township, Harrison county, Ohio are hereby called on to make immediate payment - - and those having legal claims against said estate are requested to present them legally attested for settlement, within one year from the 12th day of November 1823.
Mary Ann M'Kitrick, Adminstratrix
December 12, 1823
By virtue of a writ of Pluries Ven. Exponas to me direct, from the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Harrison, Ohio, I will offer for sale on the premises of Matthew Kennedy, in said county of Harrison, on Saturday the 27th inst. between the hours of 10 o'clock A.M. and 2 o'clock P.M. the following property, viz:
One by mare, One roan mare
8 head of cow cattle
2 head of hogs
and 10 head of sheep
All seized and taken in execution, as the property of Matthew Kennedy, at the suit of Valentine Hibbs, and will be sold by Baruch Dickerson, Sheriff
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed., Dec. 3, 1823
All persons indebted to the estate of Treat Deming, deceased, late of North township, Harrison county Ohio, are hereby called upon to make immediate payment - - and those who have claims against said estate will present them to, legally authenticated for payment, within one year from the 11th day of November 1823.
Lot Deming, Administrator, November 19, 1823