One Cent Reward.
Left the subscriber on the 18th of January last, with permission to stay one week, ANDREW S. WINANS, jr. an indented apprentice to learn the Coach Lace weaving business, about 17 years of age, 5 feet 2 or 3 inches high, sandy hair, and stammers considerably in his speech—had on when he went away a dark green coat and dark linsey pantaloons. All persons are hereby forwarned from employing, harboring, or trusting said apprentice, as I am determined to prosecute them to the utmost rigor of the law. The above reward will be paid to any person returning said apprentice to me, but no cost or charges will be paid.
WILLIAM M. RAY.
Lawrenceburgh township, Dearborn County, Indiana
February 14, 1829.
Whereas my wife Jemima Cusake did, on the 22d day of March 1829, (in my absence,) without my knowledge or approbation, quit my bed and board without any just cause or provocation; I therefore forewarn and caution the public from harboring her or contracting any manner of debts whatsoever, as I am determined not to answer for any of her needs.
March 25, 1829.
One Cent Reward.
Left the service of the subscriber on or about the 20th of April last, an indented apprentice to the blacksmithing business, by the name of ANDREW STEVENSON. All persons are hereby forewarned from trusting or harboring him at their peril. The above reward will be given for the apprehension and delivery to me of said boy but no charges paid.
June 13th, 1829.
Whereas my wife Catalina, has, without any just cause or provocation, left my bed and board, I do hereby forewarn any person from harboring or trusting her on my account.
Wm. TELL HARRIS.
Aurora, July 16, 1829.
Whereas my wife Mary Ann has left my bed and board, without any just cause or provocation, this is to forewarn all persons from trusting or harbouring her on my account, as I am determined to pay no debts of her contracting after this date.
JAMES H. DAYZEY.
August 27th, 1829.
Caution to the Public.
Went away from the subscriber on the 4th inst, an indentured apprentice to the Farming business, named WM. YOUNG, aged 20 years in January next. Said William was bound to me by the overseer of the Poor of Manchester township, and has left me without any just cause, this is therefore to forwarn all persons from trusting, harboring or employing him on any account whatever.
October 6, 1829
Caution to the Public!
This is to forewarn all persons from trusting or crediting my wife DORCAS, after this date, she having conducted herself in such a manner as to forfeit all claims upon me as her husband.
October 20, 1829