WHEREAS my wife, Elizabeth, has left my bed and bard without any just cause or provocation, I hereby forwarn all persons from harbouring or trusting her on my account, for I am determined to pay no debts of her contracting after this date.
January 4, 1826.
Information is Wanted
Of a person named John Forrester, a native of the city of New York, who when last heard from, in March, 1818, was employed in Brock county, Virginia, about seven miles from Steubenville, making flasks for a furnace—had been to Sandusky plains, Ohio, and had also been previously engaged in boating. He then signified his intention of going in May or June to Louisville, and from thence to Lawrenceburgh, Indiana. Was about thirty-five years of age to appearance, about 5 feet seven inches in height, rather stout built. Any information of his place of residence, if living, or of his death, if dead, so that the same may be proven, or of his wife or children, if he has left any, will be considered a favor. A line addressed to Messrs. Anderson and Raymond, New York, or to B. Hayden & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, will be properly acknowledged.
Cincinnati, Jan. 27, 1826.
Of a young man by the name of Peter Stevens who left my house in the summer of 1825. The last information I have had of him, was in the fall of the above named year—he was then at Cincinnati, Ohio. Any information from him, directed to the subscriber residing in Dearborn county, state of Indiana, will be thankfully received.
Lawrenceburgh, May 20, 1826.
Whereas my wife Eliza has left my bed and board, without any just cause or provocation, 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 after this date.
Sept. 16, 1826.
Whereas, my wife Jane has left my bed and board, without any just cause or provocation, 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 after this date.
Sept. 26, 1826
The subscriber, residing in Lawrenceburgh, wishes to get information of a relative of his residing somewhere in Ohio, named Abel Wright, as he is desirous of seeing him. If this advertisement comes to the knowledge of the said Wright, he is requested to inform me of that fact, and if possible come to this place immediately.
Sept. 30, 1826
ONE DOLLAR REWARD.
Runaway from the subscriber, living in the town of Lawrenceburgh, Dearborn county, Indiana, on Saturday the 9th day of September, 1826, an apprentice boy named JOSEPH LAUGHERY, 17 years of age on the 27th of May last. The above reward will be given to any person who will return said boy. All persons are hereby forwarned harboring, employing or trusting said boy, on the peril of the law.
Sept. 16, 1826
ONE CENT REWARD.
Runaway from the subscriber in Laughery Township on the 16 of September last, Mary M’Clure an Indented Girl aged 17 years she by some means procured her Indenture which she carried off. All persons are forewarned from trusting or harboring her on my account, as I shall enforce the law against any who may do either.
Laughery Township, Oct. 7, 1826.
Whereas my wife Elizabeth, has left my bed and board without any just cause or provocation; this is to forewarn all persons from harboring or trusting her on my account, as I am determined not pay any debts of her contracting after this date.
JAMES CALLIHAN, Sr.
October 11, 1826