HARRISON TELEGRAPH NEWSPAPER 1824
Connie Cotterill Schumaker
Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Wed. January 10, 1824
All persons indebted to Thomas Bingham, of long standing, are requested to make payment. Punctuality is required, and payment will be enforced in every case.
Also, all persons indebted to Thomas Bingham by book account of longer standing than six months, are requested to call and settle the same. If they cannot make payment in full, they can make settlement, by giving their due bills. Particular attention to this notice is required and will be promptly enforced, without respect to persons.
Thomas Bingham, Cadiz, January, 1824
All persons indebted to the estate of John Riley, deceased, late of Nottingham 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 3rd day of January 1824
Moses Riley, Administrator
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, January 17, 1824
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office at Freeport Ohio, on the 1st day of January 1824
JOHN I WILSON, P.M
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, January 17, 1824
The subscriber, hereby informs those indebted to him, that after the 20th of next month his Books, Notes and Accounts will be in the hands of Benjamin S. Cowen, Esq. Who will be duly authorized to receive, settle and collect the same. As it is more desirable, those concerned with please call previous to the above time and make settlement,
George Davenport, January 1824
NOTICE is hereby 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 the first day of March next, the N. E. qr. Of section 34, township 10, of the 6th range, situated on the Cambridge road, at Big Stillwater, in said Harrison county -- late the property of THOMAS BURCH, deceased. Said track of land is of a good quality, well improved and will be sold subject to the widow's right of dower in the same. Terms made known at the time of sale.
Catharine Birch, Administratrix
John Birch, Administrator of Thomas Birch deceased
January 14, 1824
STATE OF OHIO, Harrison County, Common Pleas
Jacob Fegley, Demandant
Joseph Fegley, Margaret Fegley, Gain Fegley, Jonas Fegley, Jr., Elizabeth Brock, and Jonas Brock Defendants
Whereas on the 27th day of June, A.D. 1823, the said Jacob Fegley filed in said court this certain petition, setting forth that he is tenant in common with the said defendants, in and of one hundred and sixteen acres of land, situated in said Harrison county, being a part of the northwest qr. of sec. no. 28, of township no. 9, in range no. 5, in the Steubenville District, being on the south side of said quarter section; and praying that the said demandant's share in said tract of land may be divided, aparted and set off to him in severalty, &c.
THEREFORE, Notice of the pendency of the said petition is hereby given to the said defendants, and that said demandant will apply to said Court of Common Pleas, at the next term to be holden in Cadiz, in said County, for a partition of the lands and premises above described.
Jacob Fegly, by Walter B. Beebe his Counsel. January 14, 1824
The Harrison Telegraph,
Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, January 24, 1824
A LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office, at Cadiz, Ohio, on the 1st day of January 1824
Jas. P Ball
Robt. Davis Esq.
John G. Harris
Jas. Kerri, Sen.
Robt. Maxwell Esq.
Wm. M. Nicholls
John Rea Rev'd
Jas. Roberts Esq.
Dr. Wm. Slemmons
Wm. Siemmons Esq.
Jas. R. Summers
Elijah C. Stone
Wm. Wiley Esq.
THOMAS PHILIPS, P.M.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, January 31, 1824
All persons indebted to the estate of ABRAHAM HAGEY, 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 me, legally authenticated for payment, within one year from the date.
John Hagey, Administrator - - January 10, 1824
SAML. W. BOSTWOCK
Attorney at Law,
Offers his professional services to the citizens of Harrison county, and the public generally.
His office is in Steubenville Street, two doors northeast of Mr. J. Pritchard's Hotel, (at the room lately occupied, as an office, by Dr. Dixon,) where he at all times will be ready to attend to any business in his line, for those who may wish to confide such to his management.
Conveyancing done in a neat manner and at the shortest notice
Cadiz, 22d Jan. 1824
All persons indebted to the estate of JOHN KAIL, deceased, late of Green 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 20th of October, A.D. 1823.
Thomas Fisher, Administrator
Sarah Kail, Administratrix
January 20, 1824
All persons indebted to the estate of GEORGE FISHER, late of Green township, Harrison county, Ohio are hereby called on to make immediate payment - and all those having legal claims against said estate are required to present them legally attested for settlement, within one year from the 20th day of October 1823,
Elizabeth Fisher, Executrix
Thomas Fisher, Executor
January 20, 1824
A LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining at the Post Office at New Athens, Ohio on the 1st day of January 1824
JOHN MCCRACKEN, P.M.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, February 21, 1824
By virtue of sundry executions to me directed, from the court common pleas for the county of Harrison, and sate of Ohio - - I will offer for sale on Saturday the 28th day of February inst. At the house of JOSEPH COOK in Freeport Township, at 12 o'clock on said day, the following property, to wit:
One still, (130 gallons) - 14 still tubs
2 horse creatures
one horse wagon and the harness
2000 feet of cherry plank
100 feet of poplar plank
20 head of hogs
All taken in execution as the property of JOSEPH COOK, at the suit of STEPHEN FORD, for the use of the Farmers Bank of New Salem.
ALSO on the same day at 2 o'clock, at the house of DANIEL WINDERS, in Freeport township, four head of cattle, 8 head of hogs, and a small quantity of grain.
Taken in execution as the property of said WINDERS at the suit of FINLEY B. MCGREW.
ALSO, at the house of ANDREW MILLER, in the town of New Salem on the 25th day of February, inst. at 10 o'clock, on said day, the following property, to wit: one Clock and case, 3 clock cases, and 4 bureau's.
Taken in execution as the property of ANDREW MILLER, at the suit of JOHN ARMSTRONG.
Baruch Dickerson, Sheriff, February 10, 1824
Respectfully informs the public, that he has commenced the Wheelwright Business in the house occupied by WILLIAM CHAMBERS, where he will keep on hands Spinning Wheels and Reels.
Repairing and turning of all kinds done at the shortest notice, for cash or country produce. Cadiz
JOHN BEYMER - - TIN PLATE WORKER
Second door above Connel Abdil's tavern.
WILL furnish all articles in his line at as low prices, and on as accommodating terms, as they can be had at any maufactory west of the mountains. Cadiz
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, February 28, 1824
All persons indebted to the estate of THOMAS HAINS, deceased, late of Londonderry township, Guernsey county Ohio, are hereby called upon to make immediate payment - - and all those having claims against said estate will present them to use, legally authenticated for payment as soon as possible.
John Hains, Thos. Lenington, Administrators
Those who stand indebted to the late firm of JAMES AND THOAS LEE, will please to call immediately and settle their respective accounts. Wheat, Rye, Corn and tallow will be taken if delivered before the 15th of March next. Those who attend to this in time, will save themselves trouble, and confer a favor on their friend. Thomas LEE
Feb. 25, 1824
N. B. Those who are indebted to the estate of Abraham TIMMONS dec'd who do not pay soon, may depend upon paying their accounts with costs.
Thos. Lee, Administrator
February 25, 1824
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, March 6, 1824
Whereas my wife Catherine has left my bed and board without any just cause, this is to forewarn all persons from trusting her on my account as I shall pay no debts of her contracting after this date.
HUGH STRONG February 21, 1824
On Tuesday evening last by the Rev'd DONALD MCINTHOSH, MR. JAMES P. JOHNSON, merchant of this place to MISS ROSETTA S. SMITH of the same.
10 acres southwest quarter, sec. 8, twp. 10 range 4 owned by THOMAS H. NICHOLS by suit of VALENTINE HIBBS
In-lot 77 with building in Freeport owned by John CRAVEN, deceased in the hands of Henry CRAVEN, JR. administrator, taken by suit of Zebebee BAKER.
Southeast quarter sec. 4, twp. 11, range 5 deeded to James ENSLEY. Taken in execution as property of Wm. BARNHILL at suit of Samuel OSBURN Treasurer of Harrison Co.
Lot #79 in Cadiz George MAHOOD taken in execution as property of George MAHOOD at suit of John m. GOODENOW.
40 acres sec. 5, twp. 8, range 4 owned by Daniel MORRIS taken in suit by John WELLS and Mary WHITE.
Northeast quarter of sec. 20, twp. 10, range 4 owned by Moses KENNEDY taken at suit of U?ie and Alex'r SPEERS administrators of Thomas MORSHAL deceased.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, March 13, 1824
MARRIED on Thursday the 11th inst. by the Rev. john M'MAHON, Mr. John RIGEL to Miss Sarah MILLER, both of this county.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, March 20, 1824
MARRIED on Thursday evening last, by Elder James Phillips, Mr. Francis BELL, to Miss Jane ERWIN, both of Jefferson county.
The Harrison Telegraph, Caidz, Ohio, Saturday, March 27, 1824
MARRIED, on Tuesday evening, the 23rd inst. by Rev. Donald M'INTOSH, Mr. William LEE, to Miss Maria PRITCHARD, both of this place.
DR. M. WILSON
Earnestly solicits those who are indebted to him, (longer than three months) to make payment without delay - - and all who have not made settlement, and are not prepared to pay at this time are desired immediately to give Notes or Due-bills.
If the above requisition is not complied with, very soon, the nature of my contracts are such, that, I will be under the painful necessity to commence suit, without respect to persons.
M. Wilson, Cadiz, March, 1824
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, April 3, 1824
MARRIED on Tuesday, March 16, by Rev. John MCHAHON, the worthy Mr. Samuel THOMPSON, to the amiable & accomplished Miss Mary VALENTINE, both of Harrison county.
GEORGE MCCARRON, TAILOR
Respectfully informs his friends and his former customers, that he has removed his shop to the house lately occupied by Mr. Hanna, saddler, opposite, Mr. Scot's Silversmith shop; where business in his line will be done with neatness and dispatch, and on as reasonable terms as any in the place -- for cash or country produce.
Cadiz, April 2d, 1824.
A LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING
In the Post Office, at Cadiz, Ohio, on the 1st day of April
Leonard Parish [the paper has Parish but it is in with the Bs]
Walter B. Beebe
Jas. Haverfield, Jrn.
Thos. P. Jinkison
Wm. C. Kenedy
John H. Lacey
Miss Mary Milligan
Joseph W. Spencer
William Wolraven or Isaac Gardner
Dr. Martin Wilson
Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, April 10, 1824
During the last session of the Court of Common Pleas for this county, which commenced on Tuesday last, two separate bills of indictment were found against David Hermitage and David Vleet. The first against David Hermitage "for horse stealing, and against David Vleet as accessory, before the fact, to the felony and larceny." The second against David Hermitage " for horse stealing, and against David Vleet for harboring him, knowing him to be a thief". Hermitage was tried and convicted in both cases. But Vleets case was continued, in consequence of a motion by his council to have the case delayed until an application could be made to the Supreme court to have the trial removed to another county, under a plea that public
Excitement was too much against him to admit of a fair trial in this county.
The whole prosecution rested on the testimony of Wm. H. Gardner, whose character was not impeached by any evidence before the court, although several witnesses had been summoned for that purpose.
Yesterday afternoon Hermitage was brought into open court, and was sentenced to five year's imprisonment in the Penitentiary on each conviction -- one month in each year to the cells.
We have given a copy of sundry papers on the second page of this paper to show the means by which Mr. Garner became an evidence in these
By virtue of an order of the Court of Common Pleas of Harrison count, at the April term 1824, we will sell at the court house in Cadiz, on Saturday the 29th of May next, a lot of land situated in the town of Cadiz, belonging to the estate of Sylvester Johnson deceased, being a part of lots No.'s 121 and 130 in said town.
Terms of sale made known on the day of sale
C. Deardorff, A. Shane, Administrators, Cadiz, April 2th, 1824
A LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office, at Freeport Ohio, on the 1st day of April, 1824
Rachel Ann Burges
John F. Davis
Moses Jarvis & Co.
Thomas P. Jenkins
Jane Vanhoy or Vanboy
Rev. Wm. Wallace
JOHN WILSON P.M.
All persons indebted to the estate of Bradway THOMPSON deceased, late of Shortcreek township, Harrison county Ohio, are hereby called on to make immediate payment -- and all those having legal claims against said estate are requested to present them legally attested for settlement, within one year from this date.
John C. Thompson, Samuel Thompson, Administrators, April 6th 1824
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, May 8, 1824
Doctor Dickson, having obtained Vaccine Matter and tested it genuineness, is prepared to inoculate wi??? The Cox-Pox all who think proper to call on him. He can be consulted at his office, North East end of Thomas Bingha;s buildings, or at J. Prichards Tavern.
Cadiz, May 7, 1814
Whereas my wife Mary and myself, by the assistance of three acting Justices of the Peace, have made a division of our property, and agree to live separate and apart from each other - Therefore, this is to forewarn all persons from harboring or trusting her on my account, as I am determined not to pay any debts of her contracting from and after this date.
Dennis McBarron, Mary 2, 1824
SIX CENT REWARD
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio Saturday, May 15, 1824
Absconded from the subscriber some time in June last, an indented apprentice to the Mill-Wright business, names ALLEN SCROGGS, between 18 and 19 years of age. All persons are forewarned from harboring or trusting him on my account, as I shall not pay any debts of his contracting.
The above reward, but no charges will be paid for the return of said apprentice.
Samuel Scott, May 8th, 1824
MARRIED, on Tuesday the 27th nlt. By the Rev. George DUFFILL, Mr. Alexander SIMPSON merchant of this place, to the amiable Miss Susannah Williamson of Cumberland county PA.
Will be sold at public auction, on Tuesday next, at the house of the subscriber, at 10 o'clock on said day, one horse, one cow, two sheep, a few pigs, and a quantity of Farming utensils, & c. Also - - a lease of the place on which I now live. Terms made known on the day of sale.
Dennis McBarron May 10, 1824
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, May 29, 1824
Died, on Monday evening, April 26th, John N. BROWN, Esq. of Rock township, Harrison county, in the 33 year of his age. In the death of this worthy young man, his friends and fellow citizens have lost a good neighbor, and a friend to social community.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Saturday, June 5, 1824
Returned delinquent for taxes, by the collector of Harrison county, for the year 1823, to the Auditor of said county, and by him to the Auditor of State, and then returned by the Auditor of state to the Auditor of said Harrison county; with the tax, interest and penalty for 1823, and the tax for 1824 charged thereon.
Saunders, Joseph or Isaac
Scott, Robt. X
Collar, Christopher H.
Gibson, Mary for O. Gents Heirs
Lewis, Joseph X
Nichols, Thomas H. X
Little, Samuel Heirs
Orr, Hugh X
Fadeley, Jacob X
Hoobler, John X
Taggart, Thomas X
Bohart, Peter X
Cable, Benjamin X
Donovan, Thomas X
Elder, Thomas X
Hains, Jacob X
Kinter, Christian X
Kern, Solomon X
Merriman, Nicholas X
Meek, Joseph X
Nichols, John X
Trien, Jacob X
Vincent, Thomas X
Bossort, John X
Henry, Robert X
Moody, David X
Porter, Charles X
Anderson, Asa X
Bush, William X
Engle, Asahel X
Morton, John Jun.
Oatley, James X
Oatley, Samuel X
Rubu, John Jun. X
Sutton, James X
Hankinson, Edward G. X
Moody, David X
M'Math, William X
Norris, James B.
Purvines, Thomas X
Rymer, Jacob and Aaron Morris
Twigg, Robert X
Thompson, Thomas X
Willson, Charles X
JOSEPH HARRIS, Auditor, of Harrison County
[Those with an X by their name are nonresidents]
Cadiz, May 24, 1824
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, June 12, 1824
In pursuance of an order of the Court of Common Pleas of Harrison County at their April Term, 1824; I will sell at the Court house in Cadiz, on Saturday the 24th day of July next, a lot of land containing one acre near the south east end of the Town of Cadiz, belonging to the estate of John BRANNON, deceased. Terms of sale will be made known on the day of sale.
Isaac Young, Administrator of said estate.
Dated, June 10, 1824
A LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining at the Post Office, at Cadiz, Ohio, on the 1st day of July 1824
Thomas F. Admas
John Acre, Esq.
Saml Bostwick, Esq.
John G. Jefferis
Henry Maxwell, Jun.
Jacob or Danl, North
Dr. Martin Wilson
THOMAS PHILIP, P.M.
80 acres west end of the Southeast quarter of sec. 7, twp. 13 in range 6. Taken as the property of John HURLESS at the suits of Daniel ZOOK and
for the use of Roland ARMSTRONG
South east quarter of sec. 4, twp. 11, range 5 except 15 acres which is deeded to James ENSELY. Taken in execution as the property of William Barnhill, at the suit of Samuel OSBUN, treasurers of Harrison county, for the use of Thomas MAXWELL and Robert MEEKS, administrators of Robert MEEKS deceased.
Lot #8 in New Rumply and lot #20 in the Western Liberley in New Rumley. Taken in execution as the property of Standish F. Vorce, at the suit of John Mitchel.
Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, August 14, 1824
All persons indebted to the estate of JOHN N. BROWN deceased, late of Rock township, Harrison County, Ohio, are here by called upon to make immediate payment - - all those having claims against said estate will present them to me legally authenticated for payment, within one year from this date.
VAN BROWN, Administrator, August 4th, 1824
JOHN C. WRIGHT VS FREDERICK DRUCKAMILLER an absconding debtor
Common Pleas, Harrison County, August Term 1824
Whereas John C. Wright on the 26th day of July, 1824, sued out of the Clerks Office of the Common Pleas, of said county a writ of attachment, against the lands, tenements, goods, chattels, moneys and effects of Frederick Druckamiller and absconding debtor, in a plea of debt $500
damages $200, which has been duly served and returned. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to the said Frederick Druckamiller that unless he appears to said suit, ??ter special bail, or otherwise defend the name, that judgment will be entered against him on this default in favor of the said plaintiff and such other creditors as may file their declarations in said case according to law.
William Tingley, Clerk C.P.
????Collier, Att'ys for Pl'ff
Cadiz, August 4, 1826
A LIST OF LANDS IN ARREARS FOR TAXES
Laughlin, Robert -- range 5, township 10, section 29 northwest quarter, 164 second rate acres, for 1818 up to 1824 inclusive.
Christy, Thomas - - range 5, township 10, section 30 southeast quarter, 119 second rate acres, for 1820 up to 1824 inclusive.
Erwin, Robert - - range 6, township 12, section 15 southeast quarter, 158 second rate acres, for 1821 up to 1824 inclusive.
Tyler, Robert - - range 7, township 11, section 17 southeast quarter, 106 third rate acres, for 1820 to 1824 inclusive.
State of Ohio, Harrison County
Notice, is hereby given that I have this day taken out a writ of attachment from the docket of ISSAC ALLEN, a justice of the Peace in and for said county, against the goods, chattels, rights, credits, moneys, and effects of JOHN PRATHER, a nonresident debtor.
ALEXANDER SIMPSON, August 6, 1824
Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, August 21, 1824
All those who are indebted to me are requested to make payment before the first of September, at which time I wish to leave home for Philadelphia. Those who cannot make payment in that time, will oblige me much by calling & giving me their notes. D. KILGORE Cadiz, August 6, 1824
TO THE PUBLIC
Credit no person on my account. JAS. B. BRENAN August 7, 1824
We are authorized to state that SAMUEL AULD is a candidate to represent this county in the State Legislature this fall.
We are authorized to state that JAMES BEATTY is a candidate for the office of Commissioner at the ensuing elections.
Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, September 18, 1824
Pursuant to the last will and testament of JOHN HOOEY, late of Harrison County, deceased - - I will offer at public sale, on the premises, on Thursday the 28th day of October next, seventy five acres of land, be the same more or less, being the farm on which said Hooey lived and resided. Terms of sale, one third in hand, and the residue in two equal annual installments.
Said land is of a very rich quality, well improved, well watered, and about one mile and a quarter from the flourishing town of Cadiz, the seat of justice of said Harrison County.
ALSO at the same time and place a quantity of Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats and Hay, for which, a reasonable credit will be given. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, on said day, where due attendance will be given by DAVID THOMPSON, Executor
September 11, 1824
The subscriber has commenced Fulling this season, with an excellent workman, where work shall be well done, at the shortest notice and best manner, and lower in the price than has ever been done in this county. Orders from Stores, and Country produce will be taken in payment,
Head waters of Cart?on, Sept. 6, 1824
All persons indebted to the estate of THOMAS WORRALL, late of Shortcreek township, Harrison County, Ohio, deceased, are hereby 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 third day of August, 1824.
JONATHAN WORRALL, Adm'tr
ESTHER WORRAL, Adm'triz
August 18, 1824
The subscriber has & intends keeping constantly for sale Spanish Soal Leather, of the best quality at an unreasonably low rate.
THOMAS PHILLIPS Sept. 18, 1824
A Lad between the age of 14 and 16 years, as an apprentice to the POTTING BUSINESS. One who can come well recommended will meet with liberal encouragement by applying immediately to GEORGE GRIFFITH.
Sept. 18, 1824
The subscriber living in Shortcreek township, one half mile from Cadiz
On the road leading from Cadiz to Mount Pleasant, informs his old customers and the public in general that he has commenced The coverlet, Diaper and Woolen Weaving, in all its various branches, where he will execute work on the shortest notice and meet reasonable terms, for Cash or produce such as can be agreed upon.
Sept 18, 1824
J. EBERT & W. BEATTY
Coppersmiths and Tin Plate Workers, have opened a shop in Market street, Cadiz, first door below Daniel Kilgore's Store. Where they intend keeping always on had, a large and general assortment of Copper and Tin Ware.
WE are requested to state that Mr. JOHN PRITCHARD declines standing a poll for the office of Senator, THOMAS PATTON and DR. MARTIN WILSON
for representative at the ensuring election.
WE are authorized to state that ROBERT DUTTON, is a candidate for the Senate.
LIST OF CANDIDATES
For the ensuing Election
JOHN C. WRIGHT
BENJAMIN S. COWEN
Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, October 2, 1824
We are authorized to state that ROBERT MAXWELL is not a candidate for the office of Auditor at the ensuring election.
We are requested to state that the report which is in circulation stating JAMES BEATTY is not a candidate for commissioner is false.
Departed this life this morning at 7 o'clock, BARUCH DICKERSON Sheriff of this county. The duties of that office will now devolve on the Coroner, JOSEPH BURWELL.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of JAMES G. WARD, deceased, late of North Township Harrison county Ohio, are hereby required to come forward and make immediate payment - all those having claims against said estate are requested to present them legally attested for settlement within one year from the 13th day of August last.
JAMES WARD, Administrator, October 1, 1814
Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, October 9, 1824
All persons are hereby forewarned from taking an assignment of three notes of a hand given by me to JOSEPH MULLIN, of Shortcreek township, Harrison County Ohio, calling for 25 dollars each, as they were fraudulently obtained from me, the first due on the first of July 1825, the second on the 1st of July 1826 and the third of July 1827.
Oct. 2d, 1824
A LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office, at Cadiz, Ohio, on the 1st day of Oct. 1824
Aaron or Jon Banister
Miss Agness Haverfield
Jacob or Jame Nork
Aaron Sutton Joseph Shivront
THOMAS PHILIPS, PM
A LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post office at Freeport October 1st, A.D. 1824, if not take out in ? months, will be returned to dead letters.
John F. Davis
Dr. Wm. N. Hudson
Thomas P. Jenkins
Rev. Abraham Scott
Robert Wilkin, Esq.
JOHN I WILSON, PM
Dr. WM. G. SMITH
Tenders his professional services to the inhabitant of MOOREFIELD, and the surrounding country. From Considerable past experience in the Practice of Physic and Surgery, he hope to merit a full share of public patronage. He also intends keeping on hand a general assortment of medicines. He resides second door from Mr. Moore's tavern where he will be ready to attend to calls in the line of his profession.
FOR THE TELEGRAPH
THE friends of John C. WRIGHT having calumniated the character of Walter B. BEEBE by circulating a report that he impeded the organization of the militia during the last war, by advising those drafted from the performance of a tour of duty. W. B. BEEBE'S friends have procured the following certificates, one from a person generally known in Harrison county, and the other from a citizen of Kentucky, where our district elections cannot be supposed to influence the conduct; a mere reading will show the measures pursued by his opponents. The originals are left with the editors of the Harrison Telegraph for inspection.
Sate of Ohio, Harrison County
This eighteenth day of September A.D. 1824, Personally appeared before me, the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace in and for said Harrison County, CHARLES CHAPMAN, ESQ. who being duly sworn doth depose and say, that he, the said Chapman, during the late war did and now does reside in the town of Cadiz, in said Harrison County, and was, during said war, drafted to perform a tour of military duty in the service of the United States; and judging the said draft to be illegal and in no way made by the officers according to law, he, the said Chapman, applied to Walter B. BEEBE, Esq. for his opinion as to the legality of the draft. --- And this deponent further states, that said BEEBE counseled and advised this deponent to perform his tour of duty in the service of the United Sates; and this deponent did by the council and advice of the said BEEBE perform his tour of duty by hiring a substitute at a high price who performed said tour in his place.
This deponent further states, that he well knows, and remembers, that the said BEEBE gave similar counsel and advice to several others that were drafted, who also performed their tours of duty by reason of the said BEEBE'S advice, and further this deponent says not.
Sworn and subscribed before me the day and year above written, BENJ. S. COWEN, J.P.
Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, October 16, 1824
All persons indebted to the estate of ROWLAND CRAIG, deceased, are requested to come forward and make payment immediately. And all persons having claims against said estate, are requested to bring such claims forward, legally attested for settlement, within one year from this date.
ROBT. HANNA, Administrator
SUSANNA CRAIG, Administratrix
Cadiz, Sept. 25, 1824
Lot No. 120 with the building thereon situated in the town of New Rumley. Taken as the property of John Davis, at the suit of Nicholas Hutchins, administrator de bonas non of James Ayres deceased.
Also, eighty acres of land, being the west end of the S. E. qu. Of section 14, T. 83, R 6 in the Steubenville district. Taken in execution as the property of Jacob Norick, at the suit of Philip Clipliver, for the use of Roland Armstrong.
Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz Ohio, Saturday, November 6, 1824
SIX CENT REWARD
Walked away, being too lazy to run, the 14th inst. an apprentice to the Tanning business named, ANTHONY CARRELL, about 19 years of age. The above reward but neither thanks or charges will be given to any person who will return said apprentice to the subscriber.
New Rumley, Harrison county, Ohio
October 19, 1824
By virture of sundry executions to me directed from the court of Common Pleas of Harrison County and state of Ohio - - I will offer for sale at the house of THOMAS MCFADDIN, in said county, on the 8th day of November next, the said McFaddin's share in A DISTILLERY and a quantity of other property. Taken in execution as the property of said McFaddin at different suits.
Also, at the house of ANDRE MCNEELY in said county, on the 9th day of Nov. next, Six head of Cattle. Taken in execution as the property of said McNeely at the suit of ISAAC WELLS.
Also, at the house of ANDREW CLARK in said County on the same day, Three head of horses, Three head of Cattle, One Waggon, and sundry other property.
Also, at the house of ARCHIBALD MCGREW, in said count on the 10th day of Nov. next 4 horse creatures, 6 head of cattle, a quantity of grain and hay in the stack, and a quantity of household furniture &c.
Also at the house of Benjamin BUSBY in said county on the 11th of November next, one black mare, four head of cattle, a quantity of grain and hay in the stack and Barn Horse gears and other articles of house hold furniture &c.
Also at the house of Samuel HUFF in said county on the 12th day of November next. One waggon and gears, four horse creatures, four head of cattle, Twenty head of sheep. Two head of hogs, One hundred bushels of Corn, and a quantity of grain and hay in the stack.
Also, at the house of Rezin Arnold, in said county on the 14th day of November next. Eight head of horses, 1 windmill, 1 patent loom. Two sets of horse gears a quantity of Wheat, Rye, and Hay in the mow and stack. One bridle, two sets of Windsor Chairs, One book case &c.
Also at the same time and place Two silver watches, and one ??? of hand for $150, given up by W??liam Maston in execution.
Also at the house of Andrew MILLAR in said County on the 15th day of November next, five bureau and three clock cases.
Also on the same day at the house of Peter FORNEY in said county One waggon, 2 horses and one cow. All taken in execution and to be sold by me.
JOSEPH BURWELL, Corner Actin as Sheriff.
By his Deputy JOHN S. LACEY
AUDITOR'S SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES
A list of lands returned Delinquent a second time, by the Auditor of State, to the Auditor of Harrison County, Ohio with the tax, interest and penalties charged thereon, for the year 1822 and 1823, together with the tax of 1824 included, with instructions to advertise and sell the same, or so much there of as will pay the tax interest and penalties; Provided the same were not paid by the last day of October last past, agreeably to the act entitled An Act defining the duties of County Auditor, passed Feb. 23, 1824.
[I have placed an X my the names listed as nonresidents in the newspaper]
Horterman Jacob R4 T11 S 14 se quarter
Mathews, Alexander R4 T10 S9 sw quarter
Smyour, John X R4 T 10 S. 6 sw quarter
Wilson, John R4 T11 S15 ne quarter
Gutshall, John R5 T11 S 6 sw quarter
Denver, John X R6 T14 S2 ne quarter
Gause, John X R5 T13 S32 e ½ ne quarter
McCluire, John R6 T14 S9 ne quarter
Sell, Anthony R5 T13 S13 se quarter
Schuck, Henry X R5 T13 S35 nw quarter
Stump, Sarah X R5 T13 S14 sw quarter
Stump, Thomas X S5 T13 S13 sw quarter
Stump, Joseph X S5 T13 S20 se quarter
Shilling, John X R5 T13 S26 sw quarter
Wilkin, Matthew X R5 T13 S26 s ½ sw quarter
Gisbert, Abra'm X R2 T12 S7 e ½ sw quarter
Auld, John X R6 T11 S6 nw quarter
Clark, Robert R6 T10 S23 ne quarter
Oneal, Joseph X R6 T10 S 23 se quarter
Sutton, Samuel X R6 T11 S11 nw quarter
Wells, Samuel R6 T11 S 17 ne quarter
Reeves, James R7 T11 S 35 sw quarter
Sewell, Andrew R7 T12 S30 ne quarter
Sales to commence at 10 o'clock on said day, and continued from day to day until each tract on said Delinquent List shall be sold, of offered for sale
Joseph Harris, Auditor of Harrison County
Cadiz, Nov. 4, 1824
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, November 23, 1824
TWENTY DOLLAR REWARD
Escaped from the Ohio Penitentiary, on the evening of the 28th of October last, a convict sentenced from Harrison county, for horse stealing, named William REED, 23 years of age, 5 feet 10 ½ inches high, stout made, grey eyes, sandy hair and fair complexion. Any person delivery said Reed at the Ohio Penitentiary, or securing him within any jail in this state shall have the above reward together with all reasonable expenses.
Nathaniel M'LEAN, ?OP
Columbus, Nov. 10, 1824
Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, December 4, 1824
All persons indebted to the estate of JOHN HAINES, late of Harrison county Ohio, deceased are hereby called upon to make immediate payment. All those having claims against said estate are requested to present their accounts legally attested for settlement within one year for the 22nd Nov.
Srael Haines, Executor, Nov 30, 1824.
By virtue of an order of the Court of Common Pleas, for the county of Harrison and state of Ohio. I will offer at public sale, on the premises, on Friday the 28th of January, 1825, 123 acres of land, being port of the south east quarter of section No. 3, in Shortcreek township, county and sate aforesaid, being the property of JAMES M'KEE, late of Harrison county, Ohio, deceased. Said land is well improved, and has good buildings and a valuable Orchard thereon. Terms of sale will be made known on the day of the sale. Sale to commence at eleven o'clock on the said day, where due attentions will be given by
N.B. Said property will be sold subject to the widow's right of dower. Nov. 19th 1824.
On the 23 of November the election for Sheriff was held in this county, the votes stood as follows; for John S. LACEY, 551, for Thomas CARTER 269, for William ARNOLD 233, for Brice W. Viers 2?9,for William Roberts 61.
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, December 11, 1824
NOTICE PUBLIC SALE
On Thursday the 2d day of December next will be offered for sale at the house of Thomas DICKERSON, in Shortcreek Township Harrison County Ohio - the goods, & chattels of BARUCH DICKERSON (deceased) late of county the following property to wit: Horses, Cattle, one Wagon, Sheep, Hoggs grain in the ground. Po?-metal, ?on Rifle gun, one case of pistols, Household furniture & many other articles too tedious to mention sale to commence at ten o'clock on said day and a reasonable credit given by.
JOSEPH DICKERSON, Adm'r
Nov 17th, 1824
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, December 18, 1824
Married on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. JOHN M'MAHON, Capt. REZIN ARNOLD, of this place, to Miss MARIA E> ROBERTSON, of St. Clairsville.
Notice is hereby given that I will offer at public sale on Saturday the first day of January next a Sorrel Mare. Said mare was taken up as a estray upwards of a year since, and advertised according to law. Sale to commence at twelve o'clock on said day, where due attention will be given by JOHN TITUS
Dec. 18, 1824
The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, December 25, 1924
Married on Thursday the 23d inst. by the Rev. DONALD M'INTOSH, MR. JAMES WELSH, to MISS JANE WAGSTAFF.
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The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, January 1, 1825
All persons indebted to the estate of PHILIP SHAFFER, deceased, of Green township, Harrison county Ohio, are hereby called upon to make immediate payment - - all having claims against said estate will present them legally attested for settlement within one year from the 3d of August last.
SALLY SHAFFER, Adm'trix
Dec. 25, 1824
Married on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. THOMAS HANNA, MR> LEE CHAMBERS to MISS JANE LEECH, both of Jefferson county.
Whereas my wife ANN SMOOT, has left by bed and board without any just cause, this is to forwarn all persons for trusting or harbouring her, as I am determined not to pay any of her debts, contracted after this date.
Dec. 27, 1824