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Edited/Compiled by Martin R. Andrew, M. A. Biographical Publishing Company. Chicago, Illinois, 1902

Extracted by: Debbie Noland Nitsche
Information in the brackets [  ] are the notes of Debbie Noland Nitsche

THIRD DECADE ---1821-1830

As in the previous list, the date given marks the first appearance for this decade.

1822.--     Tiffany Adams, Adm'r on estate of James Adams, of Warren.
1822.--     Lucy Adams, Adm'rx. On estate of Tiffany Adams, of Warren.
1825.--     Agriculture Society called to meet at Old Court House, December 1.
1822.--     Thomas Alcock and others ask to build a tool-bridge across the mouth of the Little Muskinum.
1824.--     Andrew Allison, Adm'r. on estate of Hugh Allison, of Adams.
1824.--     Cyrus Ames, Ex'r. on estate of Jonathan Haskell, of Belpre.
1828.--     D. B. Anderson.  Clock and watch repairing.
1823.--     Lewis Anderson, Adm'r. on estate of William Fulton.
1830.--     Thaddeus W. P. H. Backus weaves double and single coverlets, and Venetian carpets at his home on Market street.
1821.--     Bank of Marietta, A. Henderson, Cashier.  (1828) Arius Nye, Cashier.
1825.--     Levi Barber, P. M. Harmar
1830.--     David Barber, Attorney
1822.--     Joseph Barker, Jr., wishes 2,000 bushels of flaxseed at Newport. (1824) Will pay $1 a bushel for castor-oil beans.  (1826) Announces a county fair near the Court House on the 3rd Wednesday of October.

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1823.--     L. D. Barker, Adm'r on estate of Jacob Churchill, of Newport.
1824.--     Wm. B. Barns will attend to business for Benjamin P. Putnam.
1823.--     Isaac Barstow, Adm'r on estates Caleb Barstow, of Marietta and Jonathan Thomas, of Warren.
1824.--     Samuel Beach, Adm'r. on estate of Gilvert Devol of Waterford.
1821.--     Charles Beebe, Adm'r. on estate of Doctor William Beebe, of Belpre.
1825.--     John C. Bennett licensed to practice physic and surgery.
1826.--     Bids requested for filling Putnam street, in front of Mr. Ward's house.
1824.--     Nathaniel Bishop.  Wool-carding.
1826.--     Board of Health, J. Cotton and Weston Thomas, will continue their round of inspection.
1823.--     C. D. Bonney is about to close the blacksmith business.
1824.--     James M. Booth, Adm'r. on estate of Dudley Woodbridge.  (1826) Offers cotton factory for sale.  (1830) Chairs from Wheeling.
1828.--     Charles Bosworth sells Wheeling Chairs at Point Harmar.
1826.--     Marcus Bosworth, Adm'r. on estate of Samuel S. Wilkinson.
1823.--     George Bowen, Adm'r. on estate of Rev. William boies of Waterford.
1824.--     Geo. Bowen and anslem t. Nye, Adm'rs. On estate of Anthony M. Candlish.
1825.--     George Bowen, Adm'r. on estate of Sylvander Root, of Waterford.
1825.--     Ebenezer Bowen, Adm'r. on estate of Maj. Oliver Owen, of Waterford.
1826.--     J. & C. Bowen, New clothing works at Featherston's Mill two miles below Waterford.
1823.--     A. Brooks, Adm'r. on estate of Samuel Brooks, of Union.  (1828) Dry goods and groceries at Watertown.
1826.--     John Brophy, bacon and flour.
1822.--     John Brough, Adm'r. on estate of Bridget Brough (near Duck Creek Bridge).  (1830) Will publish the Western Republican and Marietta Advertiser.

1828.--     Col. Notley Brown, orders election of a major for the 1st Regiment.
1821.--     Wm. T. Brown, Adm'r. on estate of Wm. Fry.
1823.--     Jacob Browning calls for payment.  Will accept corn, oats, flour, whiskey, pork, and postatoes at market prices.
1823.--     Frederick Buck, Adm'r. on estate of Titus Buck.
1822.--     S. Butler wishes to emply seven or eight ship carpenters at Gallipolis.
1827.--     Daniel H. Buell, Fire Insurance. (Hartford)
1823.--     Timothy Buell, Adm'r. on estate of Elizur Carver.
1827.--     J. D. Chamberlain wants a blacksmith at Wolf Creek Mills.
1824.--     Anna Chappell, Adm'rx. On estate of Julius Chappell, or Warren.
1824.--     Asa Cheadle, Adm'r. on estate of John Cheadle, of Windsor.
1823.--     John Clark, Adm'r. on estates of  Nathaniel McIntosh and Anna Shepard.
1825.--     W. S. Clark, Chairmaker.
1825.--     J. Clements, Saddler, on Ohio street.
1822.--     Levi Cole, Wheeling Mail Stage leaves Marietta Sunday at 5 A. M. and arrives at Wheeling Monday at 5 P. M.  (1823) Adm'r. on estate of Robert G. Duncan.

1821.--      The Commissioners of Police, Augustus Stone and William Slocomb, will meet at the Muskingum Academy each Friday during September and October to hear complaints about nuisances.

1823.--    Clarissa Cook, Adm'rx. on estate of Joseph Cook, Jr., of Belpre
1825.--    Pardon Cook, P. M. at Belpre.
1823.--    George Corner, Ex'r. on estate of Geo. Howe.
1826.--    John Corns, Adm'r. on estate of Henry Corns, of Wesley.
1821.--    Court House.  Plans desired for a building 48 feet square.
1821.--    Sally Cram, Adm'rx. on estate of Jonathan Cram.
1823.--    John Crawford, Adm'r. on estate of Joseph Babcock.
1822.--    R. Crawford takes charge of the store lately owned by Oliver Dodge and Sally Cram.
1824.--    Robert Crawford & Co. wish to buy hemp.  ---New goods to give away.  (1825) New goods, candies, whiskey, & c.
1823.--    Lucius Cross, Adm'r. on estate of Abigail Deming.
1825.--    Thomas Cumming, Surveyor.
1823.--    George Cumpton, Adm'r. on estate of Mary Martin, of Ludlow.
1822.--    Andrew Cunningham, Captain of 1st Company.  Order for drill.
1822.--    John Cunningham, Adm'r. on estate of Philip Cunningham.
1821.--    William Cunningham has laid out the town of Williamsburgh, Va., on the Hughes River, and offers lots for sale.
1824.--    Cunningham & Westhate, Tailors.
1825.--    Curtis & Dunn have dissolved partnership.
1821.--    Edmund B. Dana, land certificate lost.  (1827) Will serve dinner July 4th, under his locust and cherry grove.
1824.--    George Dana, Ex'r. on estates of Col. Daniel Fisher and Levi Benedict, both of Belpre.
1822.--    Joseph Dana, Professor at Athens, transfers his land business to Benj. P. Putnam.
1825.--    Frederick Davis, Adm'r. on estate of Dudley Davis, of Salem
1823.--    Ezekiel Deming, adm'r on estate of Exra Crane.
1822.--    Thomas Devin, Adm'r. on estate of Michael Devins.
1821.--    Jonathan Devol offers to sell at auction farm and mills.
1828.--    Daniel Devol, Adm'r. on estate of Peter Schwab, of Waterford.
1821.--    Francis Devol, clothiers' works.  (1826) Cloth dressed, London brown and snuff at 31 ¼ cents per yard.
1829.--    Doffins and Elfresh.  New foundry on west side of the Muskingum, near the Steam Mill.
1821.--    John Dodge and James Bowen, Waterford.  Clothing works in order. Black cloth dressed at 31 ¼ censts per yard.  Cloth will be fulled, sheared and pressed at 10 ents per yard.  (1823) Wool carding done at the same place.

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1822.--    Nathaniel Dodge offers reward for apprehension of the thief who broke into the store near the Mariket House.
1822.--    Oliver Dodge & Co. wish to collect accounts of R. Crawford & Co.
1824.--    Richard H. Dodge, Adm'r. on estate of Nancy Greene, of Adams.
1825.--    Sidney Dodge.  Wool carding at 6 ¼ cents a pound, payable in country produce.
1822.--    Amos Dunham, Adm'r. on estate of Benedict E. Rathbun, of Belpre. (1823) Adm'r. on estate of Jonathan Dunham, of Warren.
1822.--    R. G. Duncan wishes to purchase young horses for the market.
1822.--    Duncan & Cole.  New store on Ohio street.
1821.--    George Dunlevy, Postmaster at Point Harmar, has stock for sale. Sale of stock at McDougall's Tavern on Point Harmar.
1827.--    James Dunn, Hatter.  Partnership with J. R. Curtis dissolved.
1824.--    Horance Dunsmore, Adm'r. on estate of Phinehas Dunsmore, of Wesley.
1824.--    Ely's Sacred Music, 100 copies for sale at the office of the American Friend.
1823.--    Caleb Emerson, Adm'r. on estates of Ward Cross, John Brough and Davidson Murray.  (1825) Agent for Luminary and Star (Baptist).  (1826) Offers for sale Elisha Pratt's title to one-half of pew in the Congregational meeting house.  (1826) Warns trespassers not to take timber from his land between White's Road and Duck Creek.

1825.--    Ephraim Emerson.  Tracts of the Baptist General Tract Society, at one mill per page.
1824.--    Exhibition!  A large and learned elephant at Cole's Tavern. Admittance 12 ½ cents.  Children half price.
1823.--    David Fairchild, Adm'r. on estate of Amos Fairchild, of Decatur.
1823.--    Henry Fearing and John P. Mayberry, Ex'rs. on estate of Paul Fearing.
1821.--    Andrew Fisher, Land Certificate lost.
1824.--    Archibald Fisher.  Bookbinding on Point Harmar.
1826.--    William Fleming, Adm'r. on estate of James Fullerton, of Warren.
1825.--    Zephon P. Flower, Tailor at Waterford.
1823.--    Judah Ford, Ex'r. on estate of Wm. Ford, Sen., of Wooster.
1823.--    Joseph N. Ford, Ex'r. on estate of Wm. Ford, Jun., of Wooster
1830.--    James Forgason [sic] offers cash for hides. 
1823.--    Aaron Fuller is about to close business.
1824.--    Gallia Free Press about to publish its first weekly edition in Gallipolis.
1821.--    Michael Gard, Adm'r. on estate of Nathan Gard, of Barlow.
1823.--    Samuel H. Gates, Adm'r. on estate of John Gates.
1825.--    Samuel Geren, Jr., Bricklayer.
1822.--    Doctor Morris German from the State of New York.
1826.--    Dennis Gibbs, Wool-carding in Olive.  Prices for cash 5 cents a pound;  trade, 6 ¼ cents.
1822.--    David Gilbert, Boot and Shoe-maker.  Greene street.
1823.--    Glasgow Ohio Company, George Richardson and William McKay, Agents.
1822.--    Joseph Glines appointed superintendent of the Burying Ground Square.
1822.--    John Goldsmith, Adm'r. on estate of Benoni Goldsmith, of Fearing.
1824.--    Daniel Greene.  New goods at the old store.
1821.--    Griffin Greene offers for sale a cotton factory, with 144 spindles, on Sixth street.  Meeting of the Farmer's Duck Creek Bridge Co., is called.  (1822) Asks for the return of the missing catalogue of the Universalian Library.  (1824) Calls together the stockholders of the Marietta Trading Co.

1823.--    John Greene, Ex'r. on the estate of Mary Greene, of Newport.
1826.--    John Greene and Oliver Dodge have formed a partnership in steam mill in Point Harmar and in store on Ohio street.  Will pay 37 ½ cents a bushel for wheat, half in cash, half in goods.

1829.--    John Greene, Point Harmar.  Goods at cost.
1824.--    Philip Greene offers to sell 200 acres of land eight miles above Marietta on the Ohio.
1823.--    Sarah Guitteau, Adm'rx. on estate of Adoniram J. Guitteau, of Fearing.
1827.--    Chas. F. Guysi, Tinner on Ohio street.
1825.--    W. & J. E. Hall sell Zanesville flour, Granger's brand.  (1830) Wish an apprentice to the baking business.
1828.--    Augustus Nanson, Tailor at the brick building at the point of the Plain, corner of Fifth and Putnam.  Great coat made for $3.50.  [Nanson as printed in book.  Could be Hanson]

1823.--    Solomon Harnes, Bull Creek, Virginia, offers $50 reward for the return of a negro man, "Tom."
1826.--    Dr. Seth Hart, of Watertown, presented a license from the 17th Medical Society.  Admitted to the 12th.
1821.--    Giles Hempstead, Ex'r. on estate of John L. Saltonstall.
1826.--    G. S. B. Hempstead, Adm'r. on estate of Giles Hempstead.
1825.--    Jesse Hilderbrand, Drum Major, calls the musicians of the 1st Regiment to meet at the house of Francis Devol, in Union.
1823.--    Stephen Hildreth, Adm'r. on estate of John Phelps.
1823.--    Alexander Hill, Adm'r. on estate of Ephraim Foster.
1823.--    Harry Hill, on estate of Orgilons Doan, of Salem.   [Orgilons as printed in the book.  Cross referenced in Abstract of Probate Records, gives his name as "Orgillous" Doan]

1825.--    Lieut.-Col. Harry Hill calls for election to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Col. John Mills.
1825.--    Col. Harry Hill orders election of lieutenant-colonel for the 1st Regiment.
1822.--    Joseph Holden wishes proposals for 600 bushels of unslacked lime for the New Court House.
1828.--    Joseph Holden, Supervisor of the 1st Ward, wishes 3,000 feet of timber, 40 ft. long, 8 in. square.
1826.--    N. Holden & Co. Fresh Goods.  Will receive in payment:  wheat, cheese, white beans, dried apples, dried peaches, tallow, whiskey, feathers, rags, beeswax, flax, faxseed, apple brandy, peach brandy, ginseng, and snakeroot.

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1823.--    Grey Hudson & Co., Tailors.
1824.--    Isaac Humphreys, Adm'r. on estate of John and Tiffany Adams, of Warren.
1825.--    John D. Hundley, of Jefferson County, Kentucky, offers $500 for return of a "Negro man named Ben."
1825.--    Ebenezer Hutchinson asks for settlement of accounts.
1825.--    (April 8_ The "Friends of Andrew Jackson" announce that he is a candidate at the next Presidential election.
1825.--    D. Jarvis, Attorney.  Home in Athens.
1823.--    Junia Jennings, Adm'r. on estate of Robert McCabe.
1825.--    Doctor Peter Jetts.
1823.--    P. B. Johnson, Adm'r. on estate of Ruth Johnson.
1828.--    Robert Johnson has removed his saddler's shop to Ohio street.
1830.--    William Johnston, of Greenbrier County, Virginia, offers $50 for apprehension of a black man, Cyrus.
1821.--    Henry Joyy, Adm'r. on estate of Thomas Simms.
1830.--    Thomas Jones and William B. Tyson will pay 50 cents per pound for prime wool.
1822.--    Elizabeth Judson, Adm'r. on estate of William Judson.
1822.--    Jotham Keyes seeks owner of stray cows.
1823.--    Kentucky Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, Danville.  Children received at $140 per year.
1825.--    Knox & McKee. Fire and Inland Navigation Insurance.
1829.--    Reuben Knowles.  Farm in Belpre for sale.
1823.--    Ami Lawrence, Adm'r. on estate of Alexander McCoy, of Waterford.
1821.--    James Leget, Adm'r. on estate of John Leget.
1825.--    Lewis & Robinson, Tailors on Water street.
1828.--    J. Lewis makes ladies' habits in the latest fashion.
1823.--    D. Loring and Asa Morey announce that the First Universalist Society of Belpre is organized.
1828.--    O. B. Loring, Adm'r. on estate of Charles Medberry, of Belpre.
1929.--    Larken McElfresh will conduct the Air-Foundry at Point Harmar, without Alfred Dobbins as partner.
1822.--    Masonic notice that Lodge and Chapter will hereafter meet on the easterly side of the Muskingum River.  (1823)  Address December 27th at the Congregational Meeting House by Rev. Brother McAboy.

1824.--    Marietta Minervea in this town December 3d, aged one year and six months.  (A paper that supported Henry Clay, for President.)
1824.--    Marietta Reading Room, with a good selection of papers. Subscription, fixe dollars a year.  David Morris, Proprietor.
1823.--    Marietta Steam Boat Company.  Meeting of stockholders at Major Hill's Tavern.
1821.--    Marietta Steam Mill Co. will card wool.
1821.--    Calvin Marion has found a pocketbook in Grandview.
1825.--    Samuel McClellan, Saddler.
1829.--    John C. McCoy.  Tailoring business.
1822.--    Nathan McIntosh offers for sale his pamphlet entitled "The Scriptures as Allegory."
1821.--    Robert McCabe, collector of Taxes.
1823.--    Robert McKee, Ex't. on estate of Silas Thurlow, of Olive. [Thurlow as spelled in book.  Could be Thurlo???]
1823.--    Donald McKeral, Adm'r. on estate of Andrew Webster.
1825.--    James McKibben makes chairs.
1827.--    Moses McLellan.  Saw and grist mill for sale, on Little Hockhocking, one mile from its mouth.
1823.--    Samuel McVay, Ex'r. on estate of John McVay of Grandview.
1826.--    Allen V. Medberry, licensed to practice physic and surgery.
1823.--    Jonathan Mees, Adm'r. on estate of Charles Nelson Mees. [Crossed referenced with the Abstract of Probate Records.  Appears that the last name is also spelled "Meese]

1821.--    Josiah Meigs, Commissioner of the Genersl Land Office warns against the destruction of timber on the public land.
1825.--    Sophia Meigs, Adm'r. on estate of Return Jonathan Meigs.
1822.--    Selden N. Merriam, Adm'r. on estate of Rueben Merriam.
1829.--    John Merrill, Adm'r. on estate of Aaron Smith.
1825.--    Methodist Recorder, Trenton, N. J.
1823.--    Henry P. Miner, Adm'r. on estate of Matthew Miner.
1827.--    John Mitchell has steamboat for sale at mouth of Muskingum.
1823.--    John Miller, Ex'r. on estate of William Taylor.
1821.--    John Mills & Co. wish to purchase 200 hogs neatly dressed and handled.  (1824) Partnership with Dudley Woodbridge, Jr. dissolved -- New store on Ohio street.-Ex'r. on estate of Dr. Jabez True.  (1825) An apple supply of tobacco seed.  -Will receive in payment:  pork, Cheese, feather, tallow, white beans, dried apples, flax, flaxseed, country linen and flannel, deer skins, ginseng, snakeroot, rags, etc.  (1828) Partnership with Luther Edgerton.

1823.--    Lieut.-Col. John Mills calls for election of a colonel of militia to take the place of Colonel Stone, resigned.
1824.--    Lewis Mixer, Tinner, corner of Ohio and Third streets.
1824.--    Asa Morey, Adm'r. on estate of Cornelius Delano, of Belpre.
1829.--    Morgan & Co. have a general assortment of goods in the brick store formely occupied by D. Woodbridge.
1822.--    Margaret Morse, Adm'rx. on estate of Justus Morse.
1824.--    Eusebius Morse, Adm'r. on the estate of Margaret Morse. [Abstract of Probate Records states that Silas Cook was the Admr. of this estate.]

1824.--    Joseph Morris, Adm'r. on estate of Samuel Andrew, of Waterford.
1822.--    Davidson Murray, Adm'r. on estate of Joseph Brough.
1821.--    Muskingum Mining Co., C. Conant, President.  (1822) Meeting of stockholders at Victor's Tavern in Putnam, Francis Fowler, President. (1823) A. Nye, President.

1823.--    William Nixon, adm'r. on estate of John Chambers, of Lawrence.
1825.--    Polly Nott, Adm'rx. on estate of Simeon Nott, of Roxbury.
1825.--    Arius Nye, Attorney.
1830.--    A. T. Nye has recently purchased the Marietta Foundry, and it is now in operation.
1823.--    Daniel Oaks, Adm'r. on estate of Joel Oaks, of Belpre.
1823.--    Prospects of the Ohio Patriot, to be published in Marietta every Friday by A. V. D. Joline.  In politics, "purely Republican."
1823.--    Ohio University.  President, James Irvine to be inaugurated Aug. 20
1825.--    Ohio State Journal and Columbus Gazette.  $3 a year.
1821.--    E. P. Page calls a meeting at the Court House to organize a free debating society.
1828.--    Jabesh F. Palmer, Adm'r. on estate of John Curtis, of Barlow.
1830.--    Parker, Thompson & Co. sell fine boards and shingles.
1821.--    Petition for formation of a new county, west of Meigs and south of Athens.
1821.--    Petition for change of road from Duck Creek Salt Works to Seneca Salt Works.
1824.--    Petition to change the name of Wooster township about to be presented to the Legislature.
1824.--    Petition for a new charter for Marietta will be presented to next General Assembly.
1823.--    Thomas. L. Pierce.  Ex'r. on estate of Stephen Pierce.
1822.--    Johnson Pharis, Pendleton County, Virginia, offers $50 for the return of a "Negro man named Bartley."
1829.--    Argalus Pixley manufactures screws for cider presses.
1821.--    Milton Pixley manufactures screws for cider presses.
1821.--    W. Plumer offers farm for sale.  Three miles from Marietta.
1821.--    Prize Poem.  A gold medal offered by the Philomatic Society of Cincinnati college.
1823.--    Simon Porter, Ex'r. on estate of Joel Tuttle, Sen., of Fearing.
1829.--    G. Prentiss has taken the carding machine formerly carried on by Sidney Dodge.  Rate 5 cents a pound in cash or 6 ¼ cents in produce.
1821.--    Royal Prentiss, clerk, asks proposals for brick and stone for a court house.  (1822) As Town Clerk, calls for an election of three trustees to manage funds arising from rent of Section 16 (School lands.)   (1822) Captain of 9th Company.  Order for drill.  (1824) Seeks release for an insolvent debtor confined in the County Jail.

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1822.--    Abel Prescott, Adm'r. on estate of Jonas Livermore.
1822.--    Horace Preston, Waterford, disputes validity of a note.
1821.--    Benjamin P. Putnam will attend to the land agency of the firm of Putnam and Turner.  (1822) wishes tenants (7 to 10 years) for 1,600 acres of good upland.  (1823) Business left in care of Joseph B. Humphreys.  Has land to sell in every township in the county.  Cashier of Bank of Marietta. - Has for sale a carriage with steel springs.  (1824) For sale a set of plated harness.-Wishes to buy 30 gallons of bear oil.  (1825) Died Jan. 2d, aged 24.  eldest son of David Putnam.

1822.--    David Putnam, Adm'r. on estate of Sally thornily.  (1825) Ed'r. on estate of Benjamin P. Putnam.
1821.--    Israel Putnam. Land in Lawrence County for sale.
1824.--    Elizabeth Putnam, Ex'rx. on estate of Israel Putna,, of Union, (a grandson of Gen. Israel Putnam).
1830.--    Wm. Pitt Putna, wishies to sell a grist mill in Belpre.
1823.--    Wm. R. Putnam, Adm'r. on estate of Edward and Judson Guitteau and Rev. Samuel P. Robbins.
1824.--    Wm. R. Putnam, and D. Putnam, Ex'rs., on estate of Gen. Rufus Putnam,.
1824.--    Ephraim Ranger, Warren, wishes an apprentice for a millwright.
1824.--    Turman Ransom, Ex'r. on estates of Theophilus Ransom of Adams and Nathaniel Patterson, of Adams.
1823.--    James Rayner, Adm'r. on estate of John Sharp, of Lawrence.
1821.--    Content Regnier, Adm'r. on estate of Dr. John B. Regnier, of Aurelius.
1825.--    Felix Regnier granted license to practice physic and surgery.
1826.--    Regnier's Saw Mill, 20 miles from Marietta, on Duck Creek, is for sale.
1824.--    L. T. Reno, Tavern.
1821.--    S. P. Robbins, Corresponding Secretary of Ohio Bible Society. Annual meeting September 5.
1822.--    Charity O. Robbins, adm'rx. on estate of Reuben Robbins, of Belpre.
1830.--    E. R. Robinson.  Farm for sale in Fearing.
1821.--    Elisha Rose.  Clothing works on the Little Muskingum.
1829.--    Hiram Russell, Adm'r. on estate of John Russell, of Union.
1824.--    Ephraim Ryan, Adm'r. on estate of Hugh McCollough.
1823.--    Obadiah Scott, Adm'r. on estate of Samuel Cushing, of Waterford.
1823.--    Mary Seevers, Adm'rx. on estate of Abraham Seevers, of Fearing.
1826.--    L. C. Shaw.  Boots, shoes and harness.
1824.--    Anthony Sheets, Adm'r. on estate of John Sheets, of Grandview.
1828.--    Olive Sheldon, Adm'rx. on estate of Jeremiah Sheldon, of Warren.
1821.--    Silas M. Shepard, Adm'r. on estate of Enoch Shepard.
1826.--    F. Sherman and J. English.  Law office at the New Court House.
1825.--    Joel Sherman, accidentally shot in a wolf hunt in Windsor township
1821.--    Joshua Shipman.  Wool carding.
1823.--    William H. Shipman, Adm'r. on estate of Joshua Shipman.
1829.--    Shipman and Woodbridge, next above Mr. McFarland's.
1825.--    Peter Schoenberger manufactures iron in Pittsburgh.
1825.--    D. C. Skinner has again commenced business at his old stand on Point Harmar.  (1826) Will receive in payment for goods, --cheese, beans, tallow, flax, linen, flaxseed, flannel, feathers, gags, dried apples and dried peaches.  (1828) Will buy deer's horns and hides; also venison hams.

1821.--    William Skinner offers reward for a horse stolen from pasture on Point Harmar.  (1823) Ex'r. on estate of Sarah Wiseman, of Point Harmar.

1822.--    Wm. Slocomb, Adm'r. on estate of Jacob Schachtelin.  Also on estate of Abraham Sharp.  (1826) Adm'r. on estate of Joseph Willard.  (1824) Wishes a keel-boat and two young men to go to Arkansas.  (1829) 100,000 shingles for sale and 50,000 feet of white pine lumber.  (1830) Has employed an experienced workmen in book binding.

1821.--    Casper Smith, "at the sign of the Golden Anchor."  Will receive boarders at $1.50 per week.
1823.--    Mrs. Smith's Tavern.  Fresh flour for sale.
1823.--    J. D. Smith, Tailor, Parkersburgh.
1826.--    Benjamin Soule, Hatter.
1825.--    L. Soyez has commenced baking at grocery formerly occupied by Daniel Protsman.  Hard bread, $2.25 pr. Bl.  (1827) Ice for sale.
1823 .--   Jonathan Sprague has invented an inclined plane wheel.
1823.--    Thos. F. Stanley, Adm'r. on estate of Benjamin Blake, of Fearing.
1823.--    Elizabeth Starlin, Adm'rx. on estate of Simon Starlin, of Wooster.
1830.--    Stenographic Academy at Philadelphia.
1821.--    Augustus Stone will receive in payment for debts, clover seed, gees feathers, beeswax, dired apples and ginseng.  (1822) Summons the offers of the 1st Regment to meet at Gen. Smith's in Wesley.  (1824) Adm'r on estate of Bethniel Tilson, of Union. -Agent for Muskingum Mining Company; gives notice to delinquent stockholders.  -Wood's Patent Plows for ale.  -Will receive in payment for goods, --deer skins, deer horns, ginseng, country linen, beeswax, and feathers.  (1825) A small stock of the new tobacco seed for sale.  (1827) Cast plows for sale.  -Wants eight or 10 boys to work in tobacco.  (1828) Offers to sell goods at wholesale. -Tickets in Ohio State Lottery for sale for relief of Elisha Barrett to help him rebuild the woolen factory that was burned.

1823.--    Benjamin F. Stone, Adm'r. on estate of Jonathan Devol.  (1824) Offers for sale one and a half pews in the Waterford Meeting House.
1829.--    Dan Stone has a brick house for sale.
1824.--    John Stone, Adm'r. on estate of Benjamin F. Stone, of Belpre. (1825)  Adm'r. on estate of Joseph Cook, of Belpre.
1826.--    Col. John Stone orders election of Lieutenant-Colonel for 1st Regiment.
1826.--    Michael Story, Adm'r. on estate of Mickham Stull, of Waterford.
1821.--    William Talbot has dissolved partnership with Bayliss Phillips.
1822.--    Jasher Taylor.  Clothing works on the banks of the Ohio.
1828.--    Theater at Mr. McFarland's Hall, February 6.  Comedy of PaulPry.
1826.--    Franics Thiery.  House for sale.
1821.--    W. Thomas, Adm'r. on estate of William H. Buell.
1822.--    W. Thomas & Co.  Partnership dissolved
1823.--    Weston Thomas & Co.  Final settlement desired.
1825.--    W. Thomas has discontinued his store and desires settlement.
1822.--    William Thorniley, Adm'r. on estate of Elijah Cooper.
1824.--    W. B. Thrall, of Chillicothe, wishes to sell a newspaper called the Ohio Branch.
1821.--    Billy Todd will exchange whiskey for a few hundred bushels of wheat, rye and corn delivered at his brewery.  (1824) Cloth dressing.
1823.--    Joseph Tomlinson (of Wood County, Virginia.)  Adm'r. on estate of Humphrey Hook.
1825.--    Abigail Trowbridge, Adm'rz. On estate of Heman Trowbridge, of Union.
1821.--    Jabez True asks for proposals for the support of four paupers belonging to the town of Marietta.  (1823) Adm'r. on estate of Richard Waterman.

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1828.--    Union Canal Lottery of Pittsburgh.
1821.--    Mary Walker, Adm'rx. on estate of  Dougal Walker.
1821.--    Nahum Ward is about to visit Europe.  Will act as special agent for those who need his services.  (1826) Tobacco land for sale.  (1827) Wishes to buy tow bushels of beechnuts.  Also 100 small sugar trees "to set on my farm on Duck Creek."  (Many of these trees steill stand on the "Cleona" farm._  --Unitarian books for sale at Boston prices.

1823.--    William Warren, Jr., asks payment or debts for toll at Duck Creek Bridge.
1823.--    Sherman Waterman, Adm'r. on estate of Thomas Wilson, of Wooster.
1829.--    Capt. Abijah Wedze calls the 4th Rifle Company to meet at Henry Fearing's.
1825.--    Joseph C. Wells, Adm'r. on estate of Joseph Wells.
1822.--    Otis Wheeler takes charge of tannery formerly owned by Justus Morse.
1824.--    Eunice White, Adm'rx. on estate of Samuel White, of Windsor.
1827.--    Marilda White, Ex'rx. on estate of John White, of Fearing.
1824.--    James Whitney, Point Harmar, offers cash for oak, pine and locust logs.
1822.--    H. P. Wilcox, Postmaster at Marietta.
1825.--    John Whittock & Co. Wool carding in Fearing.
1821.--    James Williamson, Administrator on estate of William Hill, of Grandview.
1822.--    Robert Williamson, Clerk of the First Religious Universalian Society.
1825.--    Wilson, Davis & Co.  Wool carding at the horse mill in Adams, near Bear Creek.
1822.--    Amos Wilson, Adm'r. on estate of Amos Morris, of Adams.  Alson on estate of Benjamin Nott.
1826.--    President Robt. G. Wilson, of Ohio University, asks for donations of minerals, clays, petrifactions and fossils.
1821.--    D. Woodbridge, Jr.  (1822) Will purchase bear skins, otter skins, ginseng and beeswax.  (1826) New store at Point Harmar.  (1828) Goods offered at wholesale. -Removed from Point Harmar to his "lower store."

1826.--    William and Miles Woodford.  Cloth dressing at Waterford.  Can use horse power when water gets too low.
1822.--    Ruth Woodward, Adm'rx. on estate of Elihu Woodward.
1823.--     saac Worthington, Tinner, on Oho street.
1822.--    Elanor Wright, Adm'rx. on estate of Jonathan Wright, of Newport

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