HARRISON TELEGRAPH NEWSPAPER 1825

 

Transcribed by Connie Cotterill Schumaker
Schumaker4@aol.com

 

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, January 1, 1825

NOTICE
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

HYMENIAL
Married on Thursday evening last, by the Rev. THOMAS HANNA, MR>  LEE CHAMBERS to MISS JANE LEECH, both of Jefferson county.
CAUTION
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.
SOLOMON SMOOT
Dec. 27, 1824


The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, January 8, 1825

FOR SALE
A valuable plantation
Will be offered at public sale on the 15th day of March next, on the premises, the valuable plantation on which ABRAHAM FORNEY, deceased, resided, adjoining the town of Cadiz, the seat of justice in Harrison county and state of Ohio.  Said plantation consists of 150 acres of first rate land, well timbered, watered & improved, with a great abundance of stone coal of the best quality thereon.
The above plantation has always been considered, and unquestionably is, the best and most valuable of its size in Harrison Co.  The Town of Cadiz is one of the most healthy and thriving Towns in the western county, and is not more than a quarter of a mile from the mansion house on said plantation.  Terms made known on the day of sale.  The title is indisputable and possession will be given on the first of April next.
ABRAHAM FORNEY, JOHN FORNEY, Ex'trs
January 5, 1825

LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office in Cadiz Ohio. If not taken out before the first of April next they will be sent to the General Post Office as dead letters.
Thos. Allerton
Levy Barns
John Breadon
Moses John or Bernard Bennet
Saml. Browning
Margaret Breadon
Jas. Black
John Cacel
Robt. Cambel
Robt. Crouch
John Crage
James Cambel
Wm. Caven?e
Anthony Cumings
John Dunlavy
Wm. Dunlap
Thos Dickeson
George Davault
Conrad Eckert
James Eggleson
James Elliot
Henry Faster
John Frederick
Samuel Frew
Elizabeth E. Grisell
Wm. Gooding
Robt. Hillis
John Hanna
Joseph Holmes
James Hutchison
John Hail
Daniel Hartsock
James Henry
Mark Harper
Nathan Johnston
Hester Jones
John Jameson
Wm. Knox
Solomon Keath
Philip Kelly
Morgan Lewis
Samul Lafferty
Robert Laughlin
Joseph Lenard
Sam. Lisle
Wm. Moody
James McMath
Archibald Magrew
Hugh McE?re?uy
John Mercer
Allen Manly
Hugh McDonough
John McClane
Wm. M. Cammon
George Myers
Frances McConnel
John McCurdy Esq.
Elizabeth Mullen
Samuel McDevit
John Maholm
Peter Martin
John Nash
James Norriss
Hugh B. Nelson
Jenry Orndorf
Jacob Ostler
Warner Profeter
David Parkhill
Nathaniel Polen
Leonard Parish
Arthur Patterson
Wm. Ramsey
Wm. Redman
Philip Richardson
Moses Rattledge
Wm. Rainey
O. Ramsbottom
John R?pple or Wm. McBride
Nicholas Sheafer
Jacob Schee
Adam Sabel or John Shilling
John Speer
Casper Singhorse
Matthew Simpson Esq.
John Steen
Alex'r Simpson
Joseph Tingley
Sam'l Thompson
John Thompson
Jacob Trine
Joseph Thompson
James Wilson
Joshua Wood
Joseph Wells
John Ward
Daniel Welch
Isaac Wright
Nathaniel Worrel
John Wilson
John Wilson
Benjanin Welch
Mathias Zimerld
John Williamson
THOMAS PHILIPS, PM



The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, January 15, 1825

LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office at Freeport on the first day of January, and if not taken out in three months will be returned to the General Post Office dead letters.
Sarah All
James Anderson
David Benges
Christian Baker
John Boyd
William Cooley
Joseph S. Cook
Henry Duhamell
James Donaghey
Joseph Fry
Jacob Lemon
Thomas P. Jenkins
Barnebass Melone
James Martin
Samuel Myers
Jane Neel
John Parks
Robert Longshore
Ephraim Sears Esq.
Solomon Sharron
John Williams
JOHN I. WILSON, P.M.

SHERIFF SALE
By virture of a writ to me direct from the Court of Common Pleas, I will offer the following described property for sale at the house of Ja's. Fisher in Hanover at or near the hour of ten o'clock on Saturday the 29th inst.  One table, one barrel, one large chest, & three bedstead.  All given up in Execution by Thomas Michiner and Nancy his wife, will be sold by me, JOHN S. LACEY, Sh'ff
Cadiz, Jan. 15th, 1825

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, January 22, 1825

A GOOD BARGIN
The subscriber wishes to sell his farm consisting of 110 acres, situate in Nottingham township, Harrison County, Ohio - Said land is well improved, a good barn and other buildings thereon, a good peach and apple orchard, well watered &c.
Said land may be had for Four Dollars Per Acre.  Those wishing to purchase will please call at the premises.
JOHN LAWREY
Jan. 10th, 1825

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, January 29, 1825
Collector's Sale
A list of lots in the Town of Cadiz which are in arrears for taxes from 1818 -1825.
Jacob Arnold, lot No. 77, taxes interest and penalties amounting to $19  67  5
-------- Thompson, lot No. 170 $1  92  0
Same, Lot No. 171 $5  1  9 in Nathan Adams' addition to the town of Cadiz. 
Also on said day lot. No. 23 in the town of Vienna, Harrison county, Ohio, charged to Thomas Ford, on which there is ---------$2  69  6

NOTICE
All persons indebted to the estate of Lawrence Simeon, deceased, late of Harrison County Ohio, are hereby called upon to make payment immediately - - all those having claims against said estate will please to present their accounts legally attested for settlement within one year from the 10th of Nov. last.
Daniel Vanhorn, Adm'
Dec 25, 1824

SHRIFF'S SALE
------- I will offer the following described property for sale at the Court House in Cadiz on Monday the 28th February next viz 100 acres of land being the western part of the S.W. qr. Of section No. 4 in T. No.12 in R. No. 7 of the District of land offered for sale at Steubenville.  Taken in execution as the property of Hugh Strong, at the suit of the Sate of Ohio and others.

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, February 5, 1825

OBITUARY
Died, on Thursday morning, last, after a short but sever illness, in the 25th year of her age, MARY the consort of DANIEL KILGORE, and daughter of Capt. JOHN PRITCHARD.

 

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, February 12, 1825

NOTICE
Is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between LOT DEMING and JOHN LINDSAY for the purpose of erecting the works and carrying on the business of Fulling and Dressing of Cloth, has been dissolved by mutual consent --  All business in the above line will be promptly attended to as formerly by LOT DEMING
Jan. 28, 1824

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, February 19, 1825

SHERIFF'S SALE
. I will offer for sale on Monday the 7th March at the Court House in Cadiz, 64 acres of land in the north half of the N. W. qr. Of sec. 35, in township 8, R 4, Steubenville district.  Taken as the property of Samuel Huff, at the suit of Zacheus A. Beatty.
Also at the house of said Huff in said county on Saturday the 19th inst. at or near the hour of 11 o'clock One waggon and gears, four horse creatures, four head of cattle. Twenty head of sheep.   Two ?????? of hogs, One hundred bushels of corn and a quantity of grain and hay in the sta???.

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, March 5, 1825

State of Ohio, Harrison County
NOTICE, is hereby given that a writ of attachment is taken out from ROBERT ORR Justice of the peace in said county by RUTH RANKIN Administrator of HENRY RANKIN Deceased, against the good, chattles, rights, credits and monies of GEORGE JEFFERS an absconding debtor, and out of the county.
RUTH RANKIN
Feb. 7th, 1825

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, March 26, 1825

FOR SALE
On the 4th day of April next, in the town of Cadiz, Three head of horses, five excellent rifle guns, 100 cwt. First quality Coffee, 200 C Young Hyson tea, 10 barrels first proof Whiskey, a large quantity of Queensware, and many other articles too tedious to mention.  Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, where due attention and six months credit will be given by the subscriber on all sums above one dollar by purchaser giving note with approved security.
JAMES MAHOLM
March 16, 1825

NOTICE
All persons indebted to the estate of THOMAS RITCHEY, deceased, late of Harrison County Ohio, are hereby called upon to make payment immediately - - all those having claims against said estate will please to present their accounts legally attested for settlement within one year from the 1st of March inst.
SAMUEL CARHAHAN, Adm'r  March 10th, 1825

OBITUARY
Died of a pulmonary disease, on the evening of the 16th inst. at the house of her father in Morrefield and in the 19th year of her age, Mrs. MARY ANN JOHNSON, consort of Mr. JOHN JOHNSON, JR. and daughter of Col. MICHAEL MOORE, leaving a tender infant , a disconsolate husband, and afflicted parents, to feel and mourn her lost.

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, April 2, 1825

HYMENIAL
Married on Thursday evening the 9th ult. By Elder James Phillips Mr. Robert BUSBY to Miss Amanda KEMP both of this county.  [I looked up the date for this marriage and it was March 8, 1825]

On the 17th ult. By Thomas D. CARTER, Esq. Mr. James MILLER to Miss Susan DUNLAP, daughter of Mr. Samuel DUNLAP of Cadiz Township.

On the 24th ult. By the Rev. Donald McINTPCH, Mr. James MITCHELL, widower, to Mrs. ________ TIMMONS, widow of Abraham Timmons, deceased.  [I looked up the marriage of Abraham Timmons and according to the early marriage records he married Martha Dent April 18, 1816]

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, April 9, 1825

NOTICE
Is hereby given to the Widow, Heirs, and Guardians of the estate of Charles TIMMONS, deceased, that I have filed my account for final settlement at the next term of the Court of Common Pleas for Harrison County Ohio, with Wm. Tingley, Clerk of said Court.
THOMAS LEE, Ad'm
April 8, 1825

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, April 9, 1825

Letters Remaining at the Post Office Cadiz, April 1, 1825
Peter Barger
Joseph Bredan
Grafften Bell
Wm. Baxter
Sarah Barrett
John Beal
Wm. Chambers
A. Cobean
Rob't Crouch
Jas. Campbell
Hugh Christy
Brancin Colrin
Wm. Cavena
Samuel Carnahan
James Clark
Joseph Clark
John Chandler
John Dunlap
Martha Davis
Wm. Dunlap
James Davis
Henry Eslick
Uriah Fairchild
Joan Frederick
Henry Fiester
David Gibony
Wm. Gooding
Wm. Graham
Rebeca Gillis
Daniel Grim
Wm. Gregory
Samuel Hays
Corod Helhcost
Edward Heagon
Ja's Haverfield
Robt. Hamilton
Wm. Holmes
Joseph Johnson
Abraham Johnston
Moses Kennedy
Daniel Kelley
James Kidwell
William Love
Saml Leaper
Robert McElderry
John Marsell
Peter Martin
John Morehead
Mr. M. Denner
Wm. Mentere
George Moore
T?unis Maffet
Elizabeth Madden
Joseph McMellan
John Nixon
Robt. Norris
John Peirce
Tho's Patton Esq.
Mordecal Parish
Thomas B. Rigdon
Moses Robb
Robt. Ross
George Ramsey
Elijah Stone
Hugh Shotwell
John Spields
Molley Snyder
John Steen
John Spouse
John Spear
Daniel Shedron
Samuel Scott
Wm. Shipton
Joseph Slemmons
Isaac Spiker
John Simpson
Joseph Thompson
Garrett Teatsworth
Thomas Thompson
Daniel Vanhorn
Mrs. Vandolah
Susan Waugh
Eliza Walters
Joseph White
Francis Worley
Thomas Wood
John Wilson
Nancy Young
Jesse Young
Thomas Phillips, P.M.


LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post office at Freeport Ohio, on the first of April, if not taken out in three months will be returned as dead letters.

William Bowers
David Bargis
Christian Baker
John Cooper
William Coleman
Robert Cosgrove
Joseph S. Cook
Messrs Joseph Dicker or Henry Hartman
Mary Forgerson
Nathaniel Gilmore
George W. Gibson
Isaac Gardner
Robert Given
James Grasey
William Hibbs
Jacob Hester
Mary Irons
Messrs. Mead Jarvis & Co.
John Johnson
Wm. Jones
Robert Lockhard
John Little
Joseph Lowden
William Shotwell
Mafle Rahard
John Rumbovee
Michael Van Vasey
John I. Wilson, P.M.

SUPREME COURT
State of Ohio, Harrison County, Sarah MORELAND vs Daniel A. MORELAND
Petition for Divorce

Whereas, Sarah Moreland, of the County of Harrison, and state of Ohio, on the 26th day of January, A.D. 1825, filed her Petition in the office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court of the State of Ohio in said County, setting forth that on the 5th day of February A.D. 1811, she, the said petitioner, was lawfully married to the said Daniel A. and that in the month of February, A.D. 1816, the said Daniel A. without any reasonable cause wilfully absented himself from her, and from thence witherto hath wilfully and continually remained absent from her, the said Petitioner, and further stating, that the said Daniel A. resides out of the state of Ohio in parts unknown &c. and praying that for the cause of wilful absence aforesaid the marriage contract between the said Sarah and the said Daniel A. may be dissolved.

NOTICE, Is therefore hereby given to the said Daniel A. to appear before the said Supreme Court at the next term to be holden at the Court house in Cadiz, in the said County, on the 10th day of October, next, answer the allegations of said petition and show cause if any he has why the said petition should not be granted.

Dated at the Clerks office, Cadiz, April 5th, 1825
Wm. Tingley, C.S.C.H.C
W.B. Beebe, Att'y for Petitioner

SHERIFF'S SALE
By virtue of sundry executions to me directed, from the Court of Common Pleas, for the County of Harrison and state of Ohio - -

I will offer for sale, at the house of William Gills, near New Salem, in said County, 10 head of sheep, and one cow.  All taken in execution and will be sold by John S. LACEY, Sheriff.
April 14, 1825

State of Ohio Harrison County
NOTICE is hereby given that a writ of attachment has been issued by JOHN HURLESS esq. at my instance against the goods, chattels, rights, credits, moneys, and effects of GABRIEL FORSYTH, a non-resident debtor.  All persons interested will avail themselves accordingly.
April 4, 1825
Jacob CUSTER
 

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, April 23, 1825
HYMENEAL
Married on Thursday the 14th Inst. at the House of Mr. John CROSKEY by Elder James PHILLIPS, Mr. James COPELAND and Miss Christena CROSKEY daughter of the above.

SUPREME COURT
State of Ohio, Harrison County, Jane FOREMAN
Vs
Peter FOREMAN

Whereas Jane FOREMAN, of the County of Harrison, and State of Ohio, on the 15th day of April, A.D. 1825, filed her petition in the office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court of the State of Ohio, in said County; setting forth; that on or about the 25th day of December, A.D. 1807, she was lawfully married to the said Peter FOREMAN, and that in the month of November, A.D. 1809, the said Peter without any reasonable cause, willfully absented himself from hear, and from thence witherto hath wilfully remained absent from her, the said petitioner.  And further stating that the said Peter resides out of the sate of Ohio in parts unknown, &c and praying that the marriage contract between the said Jane and the said Peter may be dissolve for the cause aforesaid.

Notice, is therefore hereby given, to the said FOREMAN to appear before the Supreme Court, at the next term to be holden at Cadiz, in the said county, on the 10th day of October next, answer the allegations contained in said Petition, and show cause, if any he has, why the said petition should not be granted.
Dated at the Clerk's Office, Cadiz April 16th, 1825
Wm. Tingley, C.S.C.H.C
W. B. Beebe - Att'y for Pet'r


The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, May 7, 1825

NOTICE
All persons indebted to the estate of WILLIAM H. GARDNER, late of the County of Fayette, Sate of Pennsylvania, deceased, are requested to come forward and make Settlement immediately, and all those having claims against said estate will please present their accounts legally attested for settlement within one year from this date to me in Cadiz, Harrison County State of Ohio, where letters of Administration have been granted the settlement of said estate.
Samuel OSBUN, Adm'r
Cadiz, May 6th, 1825

AUDITOR'S NOTICE
List of Land's Returned Delinquent
[this is a listing of those who are delinquent on their taxes for the years 1823 and 1824 plus it includes the tax due for 1825.  They are instructed to pay their taxes by October 1825 or proceedings will start to sell their home, land and/or belongings to cover the taxes due.  The names are listed as non-resident and resident.  I will place an X after the name of non-residents.  The numbers following the names will be the Range, Township and Section followed by the number of acres owned]

Dingy, John      4 9 2 NW Quarter 80 acres
Jones, Enoch     4 8 10 28 acres
Morris, David     4 8 5 SE Quarter 40 acres
Gillis, William     4 11 3 NW Quarter 100 acres
Lewis, Joseph     X  4 10 17 NW Quarter 160 acres
McCormick, John     4 11 3 108 acres
McCoy, Joseph     5 10 1 east 129 acres
Barnhill, William     5 11 23 NW Quarter 160 acres
Mathers, David      5 11 25 NW Quarter 160 acres
Barr, Joseph     X     5 12 8 NE Quarter 160 acres
Clipliver, Henry     6 13 8 SW Quarter 10 acres
Firebaugh, Philip     6 13 15 SW Quarter 45 acres 
Forney, Peter     6 13 8 NW Quarter 145 acres
Gutshall, John     5 12 17 160 acres
Giblet, Christian     5 12 2 SW Quarter 160 acres
Hoobler, John     5 12 27 east SE Quarter80 acres  
Kiser, Joseph     6 13 2 NE Quarter 157 acres
Manbeck, Jacob     6 13 13 NW Quarter 150 acres
Moody, David     6 13 8 NE Quarter 158 acres
Mills, Thomas     5 12 8 NW Quarter 160 acres
Peoples, Samuel      5 12 8 SW Quarter 160 acres
Ritchey, Samuel      5 12 26 NW Quarter 160 acres
Taggart, Thomas     X     5 12 17 SW Quarter 161 acres
Ayres, Thomas     X     6 14 7 NE Quarter 167 acres
Cable, Benjamin     X     5 13 3 SE Quarter 160 acres
Hendricks, James     5 13 6 SW Quarter 80 acres
Kern, Jacob    X     5 13 25 NW Quarter 160 acres
Kern, Solomon    X     5 13 31 SW Quarter 167 acres
Kern, Solomon     X     5 13 32 SW Quarter 167 acres
Lazure, Daniel      6 14 5 SW Quarter 80 acres
Merryman, Nicholas      6 14 31 SE Quarter 162 acres
Rantrin, Christian     X     5 14 31 SE Quarter 148 acres
Trein, Jacob     X     6 14 11 NE Quarter 161 acres
Bossert, John    X 6 12 30 SW Quarter 160 acres
Erwin, Robert     6 12 15 SE Quarter 158 acres
Erwin, Robert     6 12 31 SW Quarter 133 acres
Fisher, Georege     6 12 11 NE Quarter 80 acres
Porter, Charles    X     6 12 6 NW Quarter 161 acres
Spiker, Christly     6 12 20 NW Quarter 110 acres
Sherrow, William     6 12 25 NW Quarter 157 acres
Bush, William     6 11 23 NW Quarter 159 acres
Carey, Daniel     6 10 26 NW Quarter 159 acres
Engle, Isael      X     6 10 30 SE Quarter 151 acres
Johnson, Joseph      6 11 27 NE Quarter 88 acres
Lafferty, John     6 10 10 NW Quarter 160 acres
McLeland, William 6 11 5 SeE Quarter 60 acres
McAdoo, James     6 1132 SW Quarter10 acres
Morton, John Jun     X    6 11 5 NW Quarter 36 acres
Oatley, James     X       6 11 26 NE Quarter 157 acres
Oatley, Samuel     X    6 11 26 NW Quarter 157 acres
Sproul, John     X     6 11 20 NW quarter 100 acres
Sutton, James     X     6 11 11 NE Quarter 159 acres
Wood, William    X     6 11 5 SW Quarter 44 acres
Cramer, Henry     7 12 31 SW Quarter 71 acres
Cramer, Henry     7 11 6 NE Quarter 73 acres
Hankinson, Edward Y.     X     7 12 34 NW Quarter 172 acres
Hart, Elias     7 12 31 SE Quarter 172 acres
McAdoo,James     7 12 2 NE Quarter
McAdoo, James     7 12 3 SW Quarter
Murray, John     7 11 27 NE Quarter
McMath, William  X     7 11 4 e SE Quarter 80 acres
Norris, James B     7 12 22 NW Quarter 160 acres
Pur?aince, Thomas     X  7 11 28 Western of SE Quarter 80 acres
Rymer, Jacob and Aaron Morris     7 12 9 NE Quarter 160 acres
Twigg Robert      7 11 35 NW Quarter 153 acres
Wright, James     7 12 10 159 acres
Willson, Charles     X     7 12 14 168 acres

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, May 14, 1825   

Married on Thursday last by the Rev. Thomas HANNA, Mr. Joseph Milligan to Miss Isabel WALLACE. Both of this county.

[date of marriage was May 12, 1825]

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, May 21, 1825

James and Henry PHILLIPS of the town of Cadiz, inform their friends and the public in general, that they have purchased the stand of William SANDERS, stone cutter, in Steubenville and intend to follow the above business in all it various branches in both places.

N.B. Apprentices wanted to the above.
Cadiz May 21st, 1825

Information Wanted
Of James HUDDERS who left his place of abode in Chester County, lower Oxford township PA a number of years ago and has not been heard of, by any of his relations.  As a report has lately prevailed that he now resides in the eastern side of the state of Ohio near Wheeling.  Any person having any knowledge of said HUDDERS, dead or alive, will confer a favor by addressing a few lines to Isaiah MCCARNEY, Wayne Co., Salt Creek T. Ohio or to the Rev. Archibad HANNA, near Paintsville in the County aforesaid.

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, May 28, 1825

SHERIFF'S SALE
Will be offered for the sale at the house of Jacob WHITMORE on the 6th June, eight head of cattle and two horses, taken in execution and will be sold by me.
John S. LACEY, Sh'ff
May 28, 1825

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, June 18, 1825
Married on Thursday the 31st May by the Rev. David M'MASTERS, Mr. Daniel PEATERSON to Miss Elizabeth TAYLOR.

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, June 25, 1825
CAUTION
All persons are cautioned against taking an assignment of a note payable to Zachariah PUMHREYS or John SNYDER for six hundred bushels, or upward of stone coal, as the same has been discharged and I cannot obtain said note.
James CUMMINS, Irish.
Cadiz June 11th 1825

NOTICE
All persons indebted to the estate of Samuel SCOTT, deceased, late of Harrison County Ohio, are hereby called upon to make payment immediate - All those having claims against said estate will please to present their account legally attested for settlement within one year form the 1st of Jun inst.
John M'CADAM Adm'r
Elizabeth Scott Adm'trix

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, July 16, 1825
A list of letter remaining in the Post Office Cadiz Ohio on the first of July 1825
David Arnold
Thomas Aberson 
Connel Abdil
Wm Boyd
Abraham Berkaw
Nancy Branon
George Brown
Jo's Black
John Barns
Sarah Barrett
John Baker
Warden Barrett
James Cample
Wm Cavenes
Jas. Crawford
May Cunningham
J??? Clark
John Crom
Thos Clark
James Cobean
Samuel Caruthers
John Cobean
John Dickeson
Rebecca Deckeson
James Drummond
Henry Estick
John English
Francis Grace
Jas Gibson
Martha Gardner
John Glasgow
Wm Griffith 
Isaac Haines
Gasaway Houser
Samuel Harper
Frederick Hukill
Jacob Hines
Claven Hogue
John Hunter
Benjamin Hudson
Edward Heales
Jo?n Hawley
Catherine Jeffers
Margaret Johnston
Samuel Jackson
Dan'l Jones
Hester Jones
Gabriel Johnson
Wm P. Kent
Rev. Wm. Lambdon
Michael Lard
Tunis  Maffit
Hugh McHravey
Elenor Maglen
Miss Mary McCormick
Moses M?can?on
J??n McNutt
Elizabeth Madden
James McCune
Jacob Monts
John Miller
Tho's Mullen
John McMillan
Samuel Osbun
Ba uck Oglevee
John Pittis
Ac???les Pugh
Isaac Pritchard
John Reed
Thomas Ramsour
James Roberts
Wm Rogers
Wm. Ramsey
George Ramsey
Wm R??ney
James Reed Jr
Matthew Sampson
J??n Smith
Isaac Spiker
Jas Summers
Matthew Steen
John Stewart
John Thompson
Hugh Teas
Rob't Todd
Nancy Vandolah
Catharine Hiliegas
John or Barett Wall???
Wm Wagstaff
Thos Wood
Jemima We???g
Robert Walker
Catherine Wallace
Wm Welch
Wm West
Jane Wilkey
Thos Wayman
Jonathan Worrel
Thos Leeck
Philip Lock
T. Phillips, P.M.


List of letters remaining in the Post Office, Freeport Ohio on the first of July 1825 and if not taken out for three months will be returned as dead letters

Jane Anderson
Jonathan Andrews
Easter Boyd
Mary Booth
Christian Baker
Larkin Bond
David Creemer
Wm. Coleman
Joseph Cadwallader
John F. Davis
Mary Hogue
Zacheus B. Huff
Thomas Lakin
James McMath
Hugh Porter
John Purdue
Elisha Spooner
Thomas Roberts
J. I Wilson, P.M.

NOTICE
All person indebted to the estate of Abigail STANTON deceased are requested to come forward and make immediate payment; and those having claims against said estate are requested to forward their claims legally attested for settlement within twelve month from this date
Wm. LEWIS, Adm'r

[There are three more articles two of them Notices like the above regard deceased persons and for settlement of their estates and one Public Sale of property. The articles are cut off on one side so I can't transcribe the complete article and unfortunately I am only able to get the surnames of the deceased and not the given name. I decided to at least give you what I can get from these articles and am sorry I can't do better. The papers then skip from this July issue to November 5, 1825 issue with all others missing. Maybe something will show up on these names in later issues, they do seem to repeat these notices often]

Notice for the estate of ???????dee Cox of Harrison County Ohio to settle up one year from the 15th of June.  Busby and George Skipper Executors for said estate.

[In looking at wills for Harrison Co. I found a will for Zebediah COX whose will was written June 12, 1825 and probated June 15, 1825 wife was Charlotte, Children were Harrison, Elijah, Ziporah, Zebediar, and Executors were John Busby and George Skippers.  This looks like this would fit the above notice]

Notice for the estate of ????????? Marshall deceased of Harrison County Ohio to settle up one year from first of ???? 1825. Mary Marshall Adm'rtrix.

The Public Sale is for the Chattels, goods of ???hedee COX or it could be ???bedee COX. BUSBY Executor of said Estate.


The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, November 5, 1825

CAUTION
Whereas my wife Eleanor, having left my bed on the 11th of May 1824 and has since that time refused to return to her duty; and whereas her and her sister Margaret HEANY are combined against me I hereby forwarn all persons from trusting, harboring, or having any dealings with either of them on my account after this date, or until the said Margaret HEANY shall decamp & be absent at least three years, out of the states of Ohio & Pennsylvania.  I also hereby make known that if my wife Eleanor will break her league with the said Margaret and return to her duty, I will receive here and do her as tender husband should.  The reason which forces me to make this notification of the said Margaret is because she has heretofore been the cause of such disturbance in my family that I had to have recourse to the law, whilst residing in Pittsburg, to have her removed therefrom through the interference of Esq. Dorrah Mayor of Pittsburgh.
Noble W. McCin?ock

OBITUARY
Died on the 21st ult. John TURNPAUGH, Jun'r in the 28th year of his age after a short and severe illness.  He has left a wife and one child about three months old to lament the loss of a kind, affectionate and tender parent, and though the greatest part of his life was spent careless about eternity, yet in his last hour he found peace and rest, and left this vain world with composure and resignation.

NOTICE
Pursuant to the last will and testament of Isaac LAYPORT, late of Harrison County, Ohio, deceased there will be sold at public sale on Monday the 21th Inst. at the late dwelling house of the said Isaac LAYPORT, commencing at 9c'clock A.M. on said day, all the personal property belonging to the estate of the aforesaid dec.  Consisting of horses, ?eat cattle, among which are two yoke of well trained oxen, sheep, hogs, wheat, rye, corn, hay in the stack, farming utensils, one rifle gun, one clock, one loom and tacklings, household and kitchen furniture, & c. & c. at which time and place the terms of sale will be made known and due attention given by
Alex HENDERSON Ex.
Nov. 1st, 1825






The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, November 19, 1825

NOTICE
All persons indebted to the estate of Daniel MILLER, deceased, late of Harrison County, Ohio, are hereby called upon to make immediate payment -- & all those having claims against said estate will please to present them legally attested for settlement within one year from the first of Nov. ?
Henry FORD, Ad'm
Nov. 5th, 1825

NOTICE
All persons indebted to the estate of Isaac LAYPORT, decease, late of Harrison County, Ohio, are hereby called upon to make payment immediately - All those having claims against said estate will please to present their accounts legally attested for settlement within one year from the date hereof.
Alex HENDERSON, E'xr
Nov. 1st, 1825

LAND FOR SALE
The subscriber offers for sale the farm on which he now resides situate within four miles of Cadiz, in Archer township, Harrison County, Ohio containing One hundred & seven acres.  Said land is of a good quality, well watered, has a good shingled house, a barn, and other necessary buildings, a good peach and apple orchard, & c. &c.

Any person wishing to purchase can have an opportunity of viewing it by applying to the subscriber, or to Francis GILMORE
Elijah COX

PUBLIC SALE
In Pursuance of an order of the Court of Common Please, at their October Term, 1825, I will expose to sale on the first day of January next, on the premises, at Eleven o'clcok AM of said day, One acre & one fourth of Land, be the same more or less the property of Charles TIMMONS, dec. on which is erected a good dwelling house, and other buildings of minor importance, also a number of fruit trees.

Terms of sale will be made known on said day by
Thomas LEE,Ad'm
Nov. 12, 1825

NOTICE is hereby given That Pursuant to an Order of the Court of Common Please, at their October Term, 1825, I will expose to sale by public vendue on the first day of January next, at ten o'clock on said day on the premises, 130 acres of land, being a part of the north east qr. of section 34 in township ten and range four, Steubenville District, late the property of John JEFFERS, dec.  Terms of sale will be, as much in hand as will discharge the claims against said estate, and the balance in one year.
Robert ORR
Nov 5, 1825

OBITUARY
Died on Thursday the 3d inst.  ________ SUDDITH in the One Hundred and Eleventh year of her age. [Sorry, no given name listed, I typed it exactly as it is in the paper]


The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, November 19, 1825

LAND FOR SALE
In pursuant of the last will and testament of John FULTON late of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, dec'd the subscriber will expose to sale by vendue on the 23d day of February next, commencing at 10 o'clock A.M. of the said day, at the house of John PRITCHARD, Innkeeper, in Cadiz, Ohio.  Three Quarters of Section 35, T. 9, R. 4.  Patent bearing date fifteenth day of September A.D. 1806.  This land is adjoining said town of Cadiz, Harrison county; forty acres of the quarter next said town will be sold in lots of 2, 3, 4, and 5 acres, to suit the purchasers.  Terms of sale, will be one half CASH the residue in one year.  Thomas FULTON, who lives on the land, will show it to anyone who may desire to see it.

George GALLAHER, EX'R
Oct. 1, 1825

The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, November 26, 1825

Married on Thursday last by the Rev. D. M'INTOSH, Thomas MILLIGAN to Miss Sarah BENNET, both of this place.

--- --- ---  on Tuesday the 22d inst. by the Rev. T. HANNA, Mr. John BAIN, of Brooke Co., VA to Miss Mary TAYLOR of this County.

NOTICE
All persons indebted to the estate of Jonathan MAXSON, deceased, late of Harrison County, Ohio are hereby called upon to make immediate payment - And all those having claims against said estate will please to present them legally attested for settlement  within one year from this date.
David MAXSOM}
John CADWALLADER} Ex'rs
October 19, 1825

NOTICE
All persons knowing themselves indebted to the subscriber in this or any of the adjoining counties will please to pay the same immediately to John F. DAVIS, who is authorized to collect & receipt for the same.  Speedy compliance will save further trouble both to themselves and their humble servant.
William HUDSON
Freeport, Nov. 2, 1825


The Harrison Telegraph, Cadiz, Ohio, Saturday, December 31, 1825

NOTICE
All persons indebted to the estate of Joseph TINGLEY, deceased, by Note, unsettled balance due for the Harrison Telegraph or otherwise, are hereby requested to come forward and pay the same to the subscriber immediately, as circumstance will not admit of any further indulgence.  Those who neglect to comply with the requisitions of this notice will inevitably find their accounts in the hands of the proper officers for collection.
William TINGLEY. Attorney in the fact for the Adm'rs of said Estate.
Dec. 6, 1825

SAMUEL BUSHFIELD Respectfully informs the citizen of Cadiz, and its vicinity that he has commenced the Hatting Business, on the west end of Steubenville street, Cadiz, Ohio, where he intends keeping constantly on hand the newest fashioned hats, manufactured in a superior manner, which he will sell on the most accommodating terms
Dec. 2d, 1825

SHERIFF'S SALE
By virtue of Sundry executions to me directed, from the Court of Common Pleas, for the county of Harrison, and State of Ohio, I will offer for sale at the house of Andrew MILLER on Monday the 26th day of December, inst. Two Bureaus.

Also, at the house of Peter FORNEY on Thursday the 29th of Dec. inst one Wagon, two Horses and one Cow.

All taken in execution and will be offered for sale by John S. LACY, Sheriff
Dec. 15, 1825

NOTICE
All person indebted to the estate of John TURNPAUGH, dec. late of Harrison County, Ohio, are hereby called upon to make immediate payment - and all those having claims against said estate will present the same legally attested for settlement within one year from the 17th October last.

OBITUARY
Died - On Thursday Evening last Mr. Thomas SHARP, of a lingering Consumption.  He had left a great number of relatives and acquaintance to mourn their loss.

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