January 3, 1851
Frederick H. Snow, age 25 years, was killed in a stage accident Friday evening last. He was a resident of Burlington, Iowa. Detailed article.
All persons with claims against the estate of Benjamin Kipp, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present them to Wm. H. Kipp, Exr. by March next.
Died near Berwick Monday night last, Mr. Henry Meadows, aged about 65 years.
Died at residence of Mr. Jas. Campbell of Henderson Co. on 9th inst, Mrs. Jane Campbell, age 61 years.
Died in Tylerville on 24th inst, of inflammation, Sarah, wife of Levi Morqueth, aged about 34 years. Leaves husband and one child.
Brown and Williams, murderers of Mr. Hewitt, were executed at Peoria on Wed.
Died near Berwick on 19th inst., Mary w/o Thaddeus Morrill, Jr. d/o Henry and Olive Cable, age 31 years.
Died near Weberville, California, on 19 November last, Mr. N.O. Ferris, late of Galesburg.
All persons with claims against the estate of Geo. P. Rogues, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present them to H.A. McCartney, Adm. by March next.
Mr. Elijah D. Butler and family have just returned from Oregon after a long and tedious journey.
Died in Sacramento, California, on 15 November of cholera, James P. Fleming, Esq., son of Wm. Fleming of this county and late of Pennsylvania, 28 years of age.
Died in California on 5 December Ebenezer Chapin, Jr. who went out in Oquawka company last spring.
Died in this county Wed. last, only son of Elijah D. Butler, aged about 2 years.
Anson C. Gregory warns public not to accept promissory note to S.W.P. Davis due December 1851.
Died near this town on 13th inst., Miss Hannah Webb, formerly of Clinton, Pennsylvania, age 28 years.
Died at the residence of George Barr, Esq., in Henderson Co. on 18th inst., of consumption, Wm. Williamson, aged about 34 years.
March 21, 1851
Messrs. M.G. Smith, J.D. McLean and D.T. Denham of our town, returned from California, all in good health.
Married in Galesburg on 17th inst., by Elder Stephen Ridgely, Daniel McNeil, Esq., of this place and Mrs. Sarah Shoemaker.
Married 13th inst. by Rev. W.F. Ferguson, Mr. Wm. A. Paul to Miss Phebe Stansberry.
All persons with claims against the estate of Benjamin Dungan, deceased, of Mercer Co., are notified to present then to Aaron D. Dungan, Adm. by June next.
Died in Monmouth on 22nd inst., Mr. Anthony Rosenbum, age 48 years. He was born in Wythe Co., Virginia, and emigrated to this place form Kentucky about 14 years ago. He left widow and two sons.
Died in Cold Brook on 23 February, John, the youngest son of Mr. Yost Huffman, aged 1 1/2 years.
Died near Cold Brook on 22 February, Mrs. Sarah, wife of Timothy Mosier of this county.
Married in this county on 13th ult. by Elder L.S. Wallace, Mr. Albert W. Lucas and Miss Elizabeth F. Murphy.
A warrant for 160 acres was made by Mr. Wm. Greenwood and was recorded 5th April. It was the first application to pension office through Mr. Daniel McNeil.
Letter from H.J. Ward of Marysville, California, dated 9 January 1851. Mentioned Mr. F.S. Kellogg and L. Bartholomew, Dr. Pierce from Rock Island, Fayette Moore, Noteware from Galesburg, Mr. Chapel, Mr. Hamblin and “Charley”, Dr. Sexton and Mr. Seaton.
Died near Pearce's Grove in this county on 3rd inst., Mr. Milton Clark, aged about 22 years.
Died near the same place, Mr. Wm. Gunter, aged 19, and John Webb about 20 years.
All persons with claims against the estate of Henry Meadows, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present them to J.L. Marshall, Adm. by June next.
Married in Monmouth on 15th by Geo. W. Palmer, Esq., George W. Babcock of Burlington, Iowa, to Mrs. Delilah Sprague of Monmouth.
Married in Berwick on 2nd inst, by Rev. Joseph Elliot, Mr. Charles M. Cable and Juliet Mattison.
Married 10th inst., by Rev. Ferguson, Mr. E.S. Scott and Miss Adaline Buck.
April 25, 1851
All persons with unsettled accounts with the estate of David Smith, deceased of Schuyler Co., are hereby notified to present them to Thomas L. Garrett, Adm.
Lewis W. Thompson, Adm. of estate de bonis non of Wm. Denison, deceased, will hold sale of real estate in Mercer Co. on 14 June.
Mr. Joseph Dailey residing eight miles south of Henderson in Knox Co., requests information as to the whereabouts of his sister, Jane Dailey. She was accompanied by a little boy 5 or 6 years old, she landed at Keithsburg some day since, but has not been heard from. She is deaf and dumb and has probably lost her way. Any information will be greatly appreciated.
Married 8th inst. at Mr. Farrington's 8 miles northeast of Monmouth by George W. Palmer, Esq., Mr. James Mackey of this place and Miss Mary Farrington.
Married in Burlington on Sunday last by D.K. Harris, Esq., Mr. Andrew B. Smith of this place and Mrs. Lydia Bowman of that city.
Wm. Nash, gdn. of Elizabeth and Martha Ritchey will sell real estate on 30 June.
May 16, 1851
All persons with claims against the estate of Margaret Busby, deceased, of McDonough Co., are hereby notified to present them to Manrin Champion, Adm. by July next.
Married 8th inst. by Rev. L.B. Crittenden, Mr. A.B. Sheriff to Miss Ann M. Munson, all of Mercer Co.
Died at Jack's Mills, in Henderson Co. in the 43rd year of his age, Mr. James Cowwn. He leaves a large family.
Died in Henderson Co. Friday morning last, Benjamin son of B.C. Coghill, aged about 15 years.
Married 18th inst., in Berwick by James Cafferty, Esq., Mr. George Burke to Miss Eliza Neal.
Died in Oquawka on Monday last of bronchitis, Mr. Jabez P. Hyde of Galesburg, aged 59 years.
May 30, 1851
Thomas Jordan, alias Tit, for robbery, bigamy, larceny, malicious mischief etc; was sentenced to fourteen years in the penitentiary, five in solitary confinement. Wiley's was acquitted of forgery.
Alonzo W. Harkness was found guilty of larceny, but new trial was ordered. Elias S. Cooper was acquitted of digging up body of Gaskill.
Burke Vice was found guilty of trying to let convict out of jail. Sentenced to five months in the penitentiary.
Joseph Jenoko was found guilty of enticing persons to assemble and game at his house.
Thomas L. See found guilty of larceny, but efforts will be made to obtain pardon.
Died in Marysville, California, John H. Mitchell. Resolution of respect by Monmouth bar.
Died near Berwick on 21 inst., Deacon Sheldon Lockwood, aged and respected citizen. Member Baptist Church. E.J. Lockwood, Adm. of estate of Sheldon Lockwood, deceased, will have personal property sale in Berwick on 21 June.
All persons with claims against the estate of Sheldon Lockwood, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present them to Edgar J. Lockwood, Adm. by August next.
Died near Tylerville on 11th inst. of croup, Louis C. Strode son of W.& R. Strode, age lm & 8d.
All persons with claims against the estate of Geo. W. Ragland, deceased, of Warren Co., are notified to present then to Thomas Bruington, Adm. by August next.
Lydia Gains (formerly Lydia Frizell) guardian. of James H., Mary C., Cyrus H. and Melvina T. Frizell will resign guardianship in August in McDonough Co.
Died in Greenbush suddenly last Sunday of disease like cholera, son of Abner Walker, about 16 years.
Died 17th inst. in Berwick of whooping cough, B. Whiting, youngest son of Deacon F. & C.R.W. Ogden, aged 8 months.
June 27, 1851
It is our painful duty to record deaths in the Green Bush area (cholera): Mr. Abner Walker and daughter Abigail, about 12 years old, Mr. Joseph Sisson, Mr. Rollin Lawson, Capt. Abijah Roberts and Joseph Perkins. The total will about 14.
Dr. Webster of Monmouth is quite ill.
Died in the vicinty of Hat Grove on 24th inst, Rollin A., son of Stephen Ransom, aged 17 years, lacking 3 days.
Deaths in Green Bush now number twelve. Sunday, a child of Mr. Holbrook died and Mrs. Hoon wife of John Hoon, Monday evening John Green died and three cases in the family of Mr. Wm. Fleming, living three miles west of town. Reported deaths of Lawson H. Walker, Abner Walker, Abigail Walker, Mrs. Julia Luster, Joseph Sisson, Rollin Ransom, Charles Bruth, Abijah Roberts, Lafayette Ratekin, George Talley, Jacob Perkins and A.J. Willey.
Married at residence of Isaac Smith on Tues. morning by Rev. Ferguson, Mr. James W. Butler and Mary E. Ground.
Married at the house of Peter Butler, Esq., on the same day by Rev. Ferguson, Mr. M.T.H. Hutchison and Miss Elizabeth H. Butler.
Married in Berwick on 24th ult. by Rev. J. Jones, Mr. Franklin Tompkins of Galesburg and Miss Semantha A. Ward of the former place. Married in Davenport, Iowa, on 16th ult., A.H. Sanders, Esq., Editor of Evansville Journal and Miss Lizzie Donaldson of Davenport.
July 11, 1851
Deaths in Monmouth: Mrs. Donnally wife of Mr. James Donnally and mother of Mrs. Hoon.
Died 9th, Mr. Levi H. Randall, lately from Marion, Ohio, aged 48y, 19m, 21d. He left a large family.
Died in Monmouth on 1st. of consumption, Miss Mary Ann Brown, only daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth B. Brown, aged about 20 years.
All persons with claims on the estate of John J. Driskell, deceased, of McDonough Co., are notified to present them to Benjamin Mathis, Adm. by September next.
Married in Monmouth on 13th inst., by Rev. R.S. Monroe, Cyrus W. Steele and Mrs. Susan Downs.
Died in Monmouth of cholera, on Sat. last Mr. Philip F[irce[sic], aged about 50 years and Mr. William Barrows, aged about 30 years.
Died in Oquawka on Sunday of bilious cholic, Mr. Hiram Bigelow, aged about 53 years.
Died in Cold Brook on Monday last, child of Timothy Moshier, aged about 6 months. Died in Green Bush on Sat. last, Sullivan, son of Alfred Oborn, in his 5th year.
Died 11th inst. in Monmouth at the house of E.C. Babcock, Gen. Wyatt B. Stapp, after an illness of a few days, aged 38 years. He was one of the earliest settlers of Monmouth. Long obituary and biography. He was married 9 October 1843 to Percess W. Babcock and had two children; a son and daughter. Percess died of consumption on 15 February 1847, age 22 years. He took camiand of the Mounted Illinois troops during the Mexican war. He leaves an aged mother, half brother and sister besides his children which survive him.
All persons with claims against the estate of Moses Kelly, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present then to A.V.T. Gilbert, Adm. de bonis non.
Final settlement of the estate of Ezra Jennings, deceased, will take place in Warren Co. in September Belfield C. Lloyd, Adm.
Warren Co.: William Hopper vs. George W. Berrian, John Pollock, Tho's Pollock Mary A. Pollock alias Mary A. Paxton, James Paxton, Joseph Pollock, htn. Pollock, Jane Pollock and David Allen. Notice to appear.
July 25, 1851
Married 3rd inst., by Maj. Wm. Weir, Esq., Mr. Isaac Hogue to Miss Mary Day.
Died in Monmouth Saturday last, Mrs. Barrows of cholera. She was the consort of Mr. Wm. Barrows mentioned last week. Also Wed. last, daughter of the Barrows, Dency, died, age 12 years.
Died Tues. last, near Monmouth, Mrs. Margaret McCallon, widow of late James McCallon, aged 58 years.
Died in Monmouth on Sunday last, A.J. Eby, aged 18 months.
Died in New Boston on the 14th of flux, Miss Ellen Larrance.
Died in Henry Co. of inflammation of the bowels, A.D. Holbrook, late of this town.
Died in Green Bush on 18th July, Catharine Crissy Osborn, consort of Alfred Osborn and youngest daughter of Abram and Ellis A. Crissey, formerly of New Canaan Connecticut, aged 25 years “under circumstances of peculiar interest after weeks of painful sickness.”
All persons with claims against the estate of Joseph Sisson, deceased, of Warren Co., are notified to present than to A.B. and A.J. Sisson, Adms. by September next.
All persons with claims against the estate of John Green, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present than to George Sickman, Adm. by October next.
August 1, 1851
Died in Monmouth on Friday of cholera, Mr. John Ginnivan, leaving a wife and several children.
Died the same day of diarrhea, a child of Mr. Eby.
Died near Sugartree Gove Wed last of cholera, Mr. B.G. Barton, leaving a large family.
Died near Sugartree Grove on Friday last of cholera, Mr. John Mitchell, age about 30.
Died in Monmouth 25th ult., Mrs. Martha Walbiff, late of Otsego New York, age 61 years.
Died at home of Mr. Fikins in Sugartree Grove, Matthew Rusk, age 21 years.
All persons with claims against the estate of John Ginnivan, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present than to J.W. Davidson, Adm. by October next.
All persons with claims against the estate of Wyatt B. Stapp, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present than to Ira F.M. Butler, Adm. by October next.
Died Tuesday morning, James G. Edwards, late editor of the Hawk Eye. Conductor of public journal for 20 years. From the Burlington Telegraph.
All persons with claims against the estate of Alonzo D. Holbrook, deceased, of Warren Co., are notified to present than to James K. Davis, Adm. by October next.
Deaths from cholera at Carthage, Hancock Co. Nearly all of the family of Mr. Artois Hamilton have died at the Carthage Hotel. Marvin, the eldest son, died Sat. Mr. Page, a boarder at the hotel, Alva A. Cole and Orville B. Chapin. From the Quincy Whig.
August 16, 1851
Five members of the family of Artois Hamilton have been carried off by cholera. On the 16th ult., daughter Amelia, sister Ada, a Miss Chapin and Mr. Frisbee. On the 17th, Alvin A. Cole and Orville B. Chapin, father of Miss Chapin; on the 18th, wife, Mrs. Atta B. Hamilton; on the 19th, Marvin M., the eldest son and Mr. Page; on the 24th, Miss Lavinia, a sister; On the 25th Mr. Legrand Dolittle, a citizen of Carthage. Warsaw Signal.
The Medical Society of St. Louis voted, after long debate, that cholera is not contagious. Twenty six voted no; 10 voted yes. However, after this decision, they also decided quarantine was necessary to keep the “non-contagious” disease out of the city.
Married 29th ult., by G.L.S. Stuff, Dr. J.N. Hartsell of St. Louis and Miss A. Rosalthe Hall of Moline.
Married 31 July by Rev. Mr. Brown of Springfield, Mr. Wm. F. Gilmore of Millersburg to Miss Agenora Holt of Moline.
Died in Monmouth on 13th inst., Mr. Richard Mackey, aged about 40 years.
Died in Sugartree Grove on 10th inst. of diarrhea, Mrs. Margaret Paxton, wife of James Paxton and infant.
Died in Stringtown four miles south of Cold Brook on 5th, Mary Matilda daughter of C.T. Davidson, Esq. age 18 years.
Died in Rock Island on 3rd inst., Elizabeth daughter of George and Susan Mixter, age ly, 9m.
From Quincy Whig (August 5): Died suddenly in this city John Flyn, infant son of N.T. Lane; infant child of Wm. Osborn; near Mendon of nervous fever Miss Amanda Noyers in her 21st year; infant child George Williams; in this city, Mrs. Pollock about 50 years; child of Mr. Brewington of St. Louis; Mr. Cushington of cholera, age 45 years, Mr. Vulrod, age 75; child of Mr Hissing, of cholera; infant of Rev. J.J Macks; Thomas Powers of cholera, age 45 years; Miss Stewart of cholera, age about 17 years; child of Mr. Stroudman; child of Mr. Kroener, Mr. Krcener of cholera; Mr and Mrs. Harbest of cholera; Mrs. Kroener; child of W.W. Apsley, age 14 months; Mr. John Harbs.
John Sargent vs. Emily Sargent. Divorce. Willful desertion for more than two years. Warren Co.
Married in Monmouth on 14th by Rev. J.F. Chaffee, Mr. Lorenzo Dow Earp and Miss Sybrena Iles.
Married 12th inst., by H.T. Morey, Mr. Reuben Rambo and Miss Phebe Lindsey, all of Knox Co.
Married 13th inst. by Rev. A. Cross, Mr. John Allen and Miss Lydia Epperson, of Knox Co.
Died near Berwick on Saturday last, Benjamin Franklin, son of Rev. P.T. Rhoades, aged about 10 years.
Died in Galesburg on 26 July, Mr. Benjamin Carpenter, age 36 years. Died 6 August, Mrs. Almira wife of Benjamin Carpenter, age 34 years, leaving four orphan children.
All persons with claims against the estate of Matthew Gilliland, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present than to Samuel Gilliland, Adm. by December next.
Died 24 August, Edward Theodore, youngest son of Ira and Polly Barnum, age 9y, 7m, 16d. Eulogy.
There was a disturbance at the camp meeting 8 miles from town Sunday evening when $20-30 was stolen from Mr. Joshua Porter. On Wednesday three persons were arrested: A. Perdue, G. Baker and Harvey Ellison; Ellison was acquitted.
All persons with claims against the estate of Abner Wallace, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present them to John C. Bond, Adm. by December next.
All persons with claims against the estate of Abijah Roberts, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present them to John C. Bond, Adm. by December next.
Married at Macomb on 23 August, by J. Frans, Esq., Mr. George Thayer and Miss Jennette White, Hat Grove, Warren Co.
Died 15 August, David C. Riggs of Warren Co. of congestive chills and John Thomas Smith, age 20 years died on 4 June last.
Mr. Peter Smith has returned from Oregon.
Died at Warsaw of cholera, A.H. Parsons of Water Street Hotel.
From Warsaw Signal: Mr. John Lee, an Irishman, was killed at the house of Mr. Pruitt 7/8 miles southeast of Warsaw by the latter as he suspected “improper intercourse” between wife and Lee.
Died at Lima, Adams Co. Wed. last, Charles Woodworth of suicide. He had been drinking the last two weeks and perpetrated deed during aberration of mind.
Married at Monmouth 4th inst. by Rev. J.F. Chaffee, Mr. Walter C. Earp and Mrs. Phebe Webb.
Died four miles east of Monmouth on 12th inst. of bone scrofula, Mr. H.D. Wallace after illness of 10 months.
Died in Berwick on 29 August, Mrs. Cynthia R.W. Ogden, wife of Deacon Franklin Ogden in her 34th year. She was born in Connecticut on 23 August 1817 and while a child moved with her parents to Perry, Genessee Co., New York. On 15 December 1842, she married Mr. Whiting and removed to CT until his death in 1847. She returned to her father's in Genessee Co. and on 2 August 1949 married Deacon Franklin Ogden and removed to Berwick. Member Baptist Church. She left husband and five children. Eulogy.
All persons with claims against the estate of David C. Drain, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present then to A.J. Lofftus, Adm. by November next.
September 19, 1851
Mr. John A. Smith has returned from California.
Circuit Court: Joseph Robinson and Wm. Palmer convicted of gaming; Alderson Perdue (under 18) and George Baker were found guilty of robbery (detailed story), Thompson Kinuell, Jackson Brownlee, Wm. D. Cornagey and James Nowels were indicted for horse stealing.
Mr. Peter Shelton lately returned from Oregon. (His speech is printed in full in issue of September 26)
All persons with claims against the estate of Jacob Perkins, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present then to Solomon Perkins, Adm. by December next.
All persons with claim against the estate of James G. Barton, deceased, Warren Co., are hereby notified to present them to James G. Madden, Adm. by December next.
Died 21st inst. 1 1/2 miles east of Monmouth, Jane d/o Cornelius & Helena Dewesee, age 21y, 9m, 23d.
Died 23rd inst at the residence of John M. Butler, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, aged about 80 years.
Wm. Meyers, age about 20 years, son of George Meyers living 6 miles Northeast of Monmouth was thrown from a wagon on Friday last and killed. His neck was broken. He had twice before narrowly escaped being killed.
Mrs. Page of Carthage, widow of late Mr. O.D. Page, who died recently of cholera, was injured in stage accident between Knoxville and Carthage. The head of the child she was holding was badly injured. She has five small children and the death of her husband has left her nearly desititute. Mr. Page was the son of Dr. Page of Waterville, Vermont, was who murdered here three years since.
Married October 9 by Rev. R.S. Monroe, James E. Bushby and Mary Jane Siurgen.
Married October 16 by same, S.B. Francisco of Keithsburg and Miss Louisa Pine of Warren Co.
Died 13th, Mrs. Mary Jane wife of George Babcock, Esq. and daughter of Deacon Robert Grant, age 28 years. She was born in Ohio, but came west early with now aged father. Member of the Presbyterian Church. Left husband, child, mother, father, a sister and brother.
Married at Macomb on 23 August, by J. Frans, Esq., Mr. George Thayer and Miss Jennette White, Hat Grove, Warren Co.
Died in Henderson Co. Wed. last, Gilbert Tarnba11, Esq., in his 53rd year. Two men robbed Stanton Prentiss at his hose near Rock Island.
October 24, 1851
All persons with claims against the estate of Andrew J. Willie, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present them to John Butler, Adm. by December next.
Charles Vadeveer, Adm. will make final settlement in December on the estate of James Deisey, deceased, late of Warren Co.
Died 20th inst. in Monmouth of consumption, Greenberry Ezell.
Married in Monmouth on 16th by Rev. R.S. Monroe, J.W. Johnson and Martha Ezell of this place.
Died 19th in Henderson Grove of inflammation, Mr. Chester Potter, 66 years of age. Leaves wife and eight children. Eulogy.
James C. Bruce, Exr. of last will and testament of H.B. Bruce, deceased, late of Warren Co., will ho?d sale January 2.
All persons with claims against the estate of Phillip Pierce, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present than to Geo. W. Savage, Adm. by January next.
Amos Prouty, Adm. of estate of Albert G. Olin, late of Mercer Co., deceased, petitions to sell real estate.
All persons with claims against the estate of John T. Smith, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present than to Orvill Ray, Adm. by January next.
Married 13th inst. at the residence of Wm. F. Smith, by R.S. Monroe, Mr. B.S. Parker and Miss E.J. Sellers.
Died at Spring Grove 11th inst., Ellen Aurelia infant daughter of L.A. & H.B. Cunningham, age ly, 6m, 9d.
November 21, 1851
Married in Monmouth on 20th by R.S. Monroe, Avery Downer and Miss Elizabeth A. Webb, all of this place.
Married same day, by same, H.H. Hewett and Tabitha Stice, both of Green Bush.
Married in Oquawka on 11th, Seymour Catlin and Miss Nancy Jane Grey.
Married same day near Ward's Mill, William A. Beebe and Miss Ann Adams.
Married 12th inst., Mr. Thomas Beck and Miss Emeline Short, both of Oquawka.
All persons with claims against the estate of Lafayette Ratekin, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present them to Joseph Ratekin, Adm. by January next.
Petition of Josiah Whitman, Adm. to sell real estate of H.E. Haley, deceased.
Died of typhoid fever, at the residence of Isaac Murphy in this town, Prof. James P. Mason, late of Bethany College, Virginia, in his 36th year. He removed to this state September last. Left wife and two children.
Died 20th inst., Miss Nancy M. Ashby, daughter of Mr. David Ashby, aged 16 years.
All persons with claims against the estate of Perry Lieurance, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present then to George Lieurance, Adm. by February next.
Married 29 November in Monmouth by R.S. Monroe, Susanna Nedham and Benjamin A. Lily of Henry Co. IL.
All persons with claims against the estate of Chester Potter, deceased, of Warren Co., are hereby notified to present then to George C. Adock, Adn. and Eliza Potter, Admix., by February next.
Married 24th inst. by Rev. J.F. Chaffee, Mr. Shepherd Hill and Miss Elizabeth S. Wendel, daughter of late Bernard Wendel, deceased, of Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Died in Monmouth on 12th inst. Miss Mary Ferguson, age 22 years.
Died four miles south of Little York on 11 November, Catharine H., only daughter of Mr. Henry Bare, age 2y, 4m. Indiana Papers, please copy.
$25.00 Reward for the return of Jackson Brownlee, age 22 years and William D. Carnagey, age 30 years, who broke jail. They are charged with horse stealing. R.N. Allen, Jailor.
William W. Gilmore, Adm. de bonis non of estate of James Gilmore, deceased, late of Warren Co., petitions to sell real estate.