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Charles Owens searching for his brother, Harry Bowen

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Information Wanted.

A colored man commonly called Harry Bowen, escaped from his master, Jerry Wayland, near St. Francisville Mo., about New Years night 1859.

It is supposed that he went to Chicago, and from there to Canada, but has not been heard from since his escape, notwithstanding the three hundred dollars in specie offered to the man hunters to capture him. He was a large good looking light colored man, and cost Wayland $1,000 in Gold. His brother Charles Owens is an industrious man living near this city, and is anxious to hear from him, and if this notice should fall under his observation, or any one having knowledge of his whereabouts, they will confer a great favor by addressing as above, Ottumwa, Iowa.

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