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   Buckeye Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 28, 1845, Elyria, Ohio                              AND ELYRIA A FAMILY NEWSPAPER: DEVOTED TO POLITICS, EWaUrto.-o fr !'isr x; ADVERTI LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND GENERAL NEWS? VOLUME 1. and Union, Now an a vc v, Ouc and Kiiso Printed and Published ELYRIA, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, T'UE.SDAY, JANUKAY 28, 1845. By JMDMBIOR 31., Burrell. Si.50 Bottle CONSUMPTIONS? LIVER COM- PLAINT. "Balsam of Liverwort, SFor the cure of Cougtis, Colds, Catarrhs, Asthma, Soreness of the Chest, Pum in the Side and B.casl, liaising- of Blood, Liver Complaint, Broii- -chitis, and all those affcc- of the Throil sad Lungs, are a source of si ucli suffer- ing-, and unarrostrd, so, ften ttimi- reir dv is highly justly distinguished.- It l- vege- table, mild and gentle in iiseflc Is upon thc Kystem, and can be taken in i'iu most deli- saft-ty' as well as Physicians, ouparo of its medicinal properties, and witnessing its effects even :n extreme and in some instances apparently almost hopjless cases, often prescribe it in tln-ir practice, both as a palliative, and a. remedy, -and with the Medical Faculty generally it has met with great approbation. Read the following Certificate Lafnyelte, Indiana, Sept. 15, 1813. Dear great ud. -vantage from the eof Dr. Taylor'.. ttuUain of Liverwort, and beinir satisfied well from my own experience, ns from tlic -con- current testimony of other-, (of my acquain- tances) Ihul itisn most valuable medicine -in alftfctiont of the und piilmonnry dis- cuses, I feel it incumbent on me is a well of my fellows, to cunimund us us. 10 such as are unturiunatt'ly until r of llial cl.iss Fuf mure Hiun ht'n-Mi years I have beun afflicleil with ml iidl-uH'm ilie IIVLT, winch ut Pines lias CGUS m knowl- edge of DT- -Heyl'ir's of Liverwort, 4 purr-linapii r. buttle and ft. .Before 1 Ind it ilirer-drfys. I eensib'y bv ihe lunu tlit-con- tents of Ih'1 bottle wure HIP pjin 111 my breast bud disspp.'arfd, u id there lias beon n.i return of 11 since. Yours. Sec. N n, _ 1 -lOTiflJUI. For a commo'i Cnlfl or Cong-h this is also of the very best, remedies ever discover- N. B. Each bottle -now lias a splendid fstecl ol.ite) labei urotind with   thus far appreciated. We respectfully solicptl n continuance of pubhc faior. E. HALL. Klyrm, Novembcir 21, 1844. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN A Ircmeiidous gathering of People at Ike IRON STEAEMER To witness Uic_Dealh blow to High Prices Now, awake! Your INTERESTS call NICHOLS KNOHLS lire notv on hand, liLirbecond Full Stock lliis vcur! AS we can assure our customers that they purchased at such low prices tlmi tliey will osionish nil creation, noiwitlisland- ing' ihe high Tariff, or hunibuggtry Ihul la abroad Ihul GOODS have advanced. We do not know what some of our neigh- bors say now wilh regard lo our giving awav goads, for we can soil llirm now al your own prices, and we would just say to one and all, (the Ladies in if you wnnl great bargains call at the IRON STEAM- IS Ii, for we can sell you Per pattern Splendid Alpaccas'for Rich Mufslin de Lanes, Beautiful Alipines, A good article Chuchan, O' F Dry Grocrries Crockery Bunts and Shoes, Leal he Iron, GISFS. Pa'mu, Oils, received ,-ind lor silebv the SMC i pri- cesas will not foil ti> plpa-sc, InrC.isli. heat, Dried Peaches, Oricd Apple Butler, Grass and moot nthcr Kinds oS Pro For particulars please enquire at ou- -BALDWIN Co. Elyria, Sjptember 17, 1344._________ ASH CASH will bs paiil hv the subscribers for any -qinnty of dry Hides and d-livcr-il at our store. RYDER. Co. and J. Kp.irny liojrere, all abandoned case as hopeles This salve was llien ipplied, anu in ihreffgweekb the boy was running ahout sireels, Multitudes of mighl bo named, cannoi fur waul ol Let the nfllicteil try it for ih-eni ALLEBASfS HEALTH FILLS, Are now admitted to he one of the lipst remedies in the diseases 1 hat lave their seat internally- The -opiinnii at tlwe.ises have tlieir origin in a dt-ordi sliiinach or bowtls, has hrconie univcrs.il. except .inmng the half-eil- ucaiecl, ami consequently sell-coMceHed, ond slroiiMy prpjiniicwi; It wou'dbe well for the world il nur physicians hod a biMiei knowledge of Palhnlogy nnd Thernpeutics, tin: IriMlrnonl of diseases would then In' more iniirh ol tl-e suffering nrw enJnrufl would be .-Monlrd. These Pill.-, reach direclly sininiicli and bowels, cnl- luuung eveiy impiiniv ami A from the borly. As ;i calhiiilic iinti-bilious juJ nltenlive medicine, ihcy rannot be snr- For diseased lungs and liver, fevers SULLIVAN EXCHANGE! THE rvIlEAT COMMERCIAL FOR For Lorain {alias THE subscriber would call the of the people of tins Modern to Ins splendid Bloc I; nf just received from Nuw i He lios now proved by experiment, thnl Ills ;deasomc en- leriain, (hat a mercliani in cnunty cun un'y do biismeas in Elyna. is nil a Unn'bug and lie IB sut it-rii'd from liliornl patrdtingfu (lio prnple of Sullivnn nnd ni'ighboring towns I ave given hitn the past sensun, Umi ''wool is I'util falling from their i yps" that luts n pnlluil over tin-in in EIjTti and Hicy nciw FCCJ Hie iid vantage of' having a good -incli 11! good's in thur vicimly, and u nmr- HcM for tl.v'ir produce. He is determined to make U for the interest of nil in ilns region to turn tlieir faces to- wnrds Snllnan, wlien they want good bar- if have to be euli] at cost Space will not permit afuil invoice ot cheap oninnop them may be found Alpaccns from 20 a yard lo 6a. Silk warp do. for 6s. Splendid assortment of Calicoes at all pri- CCfl. A large assortment of Cup Lace, some for a yard. Ladies' boots ifeahoes, some for 5Ss. n pair. Gents' Bt all prices 3000 pounds sole leather, some for Is. Goud assortment of hats and caps from Is. to S3 Nails 5 1-4 cents, Coffee, any quantity for Si. In short, a full assortment of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD WAKE, IRON, NAILS, PAINTS, OILS, The subscriber has tho largest lot in north- ern Ohio, and will sell some kinds cheaper limn can be bought in New York at whole- sale. iSalinelB at 4s per yard. B-oad Cloth and trimmings fpr Coat nt 5 dollars. AH Kinds of produce. CiusM advances will be made on Pol and Peorl Atlies. VV. F. CHURCH. Sullivan, Oct. 1844. Satinets to gl.OO Broad cloths from Si .00 to A heavy article of Shirtings for G 1 -4 cts. ColicM's, handsome patterns and last ors, for 0 1 4 cla per yard. broad Ilibbons, 2 to 3 inches wide, splen- did colors, from G toS cpnta. Superior Boots from Si to 8'2 pcrpur. Morocco shoeb frjm 25 cle to SI per pair. Cofl.'C, B good quality, 15lbs. for St.OO, Sngnr, a? ninny pounds DS you pleasp, And '1'en from 25 cents to the very best quality for 50 cants prr pound. Now, one nnd all, bring on your produce and vour cash, if you win! Goods clirop, we deirrnnnod, under our new urningi- mt'ni, to scl' Goods lower than Iliey Imvu cv er been sold in this place. Wanted immediately. busliels Gross Dried Applf-a. Peaches 5 OOf) dried Hidps and Coif bUins. Sheep Pelts. twatii-ls Wheat wanted, for which IE subscriber would inform his fr ends j together with his foriner stock, hisassortiiienl I'xtensivo and complelc. 1 FronT the Saturday Courier. Marrying: nn Heiress. BV 3. ii F08TEU. 'Good morning, Richard Brown, as ho entered ihe office of the former 'you urejusi the man I Wiinled lo spe.' 'Well, sir, wh.it is your (hing'in my line 1'- 'No, no put- up your old musty law books, I want none.'of them now.' .'Well, tTicn, wh.if is your business you by the w.iy, you wsll koisp seen t wli.it 1 disclose 1' you wish it.' 'Well, I do wish (he present, at ICP-.I, .ind I will confide in you, for 1 ncida III tie of your assistance.' go on und let us hear your s.ud Henrv, impatiently. Riuh.ird (or, ,IH ho .is genur.illy call- ed, Dii'k ihen herniiicd two or three nines, .ind commenced 'You have si'en Clara, [Inrvey V Yes uut do }ou ,isk (hat ques lion l' 1 Because il'a of her i have to speak.' 'Whv, H h it h.ivo you lo do hurl' tleniy, qjiclily. Whnl have 1 lo do will] her 1 consid- erablejou will find; hut are you inter> istrd in nny way her'' 'No, said Ilunrj, 'go on with your story.1 'Well, jousec I have been for some ime paying her particular attenlion, and now f have come lo jou lo gain your nssislanci1.' 'Wull, how dn you get along with asked Henry, while he rcslr.uic'd his Velirigs, which prompted hrm to kick Dick out of his ofTic.. Ue, howcvei, was dclPiminucl lo lie.ir what had lo uy ab mt Clnr.i, without interrupting urn He therefore cahnlv listened to answer lo Ins question, snid Dick, '1 get along; with her much bettor llun I shall wuh her filler, 1 fuar.' the old man like you V jour soul, no; not in Ihu least.' is the rpiHon V 1 can't tell havetnever seen him thai is, lo 1mvo any acquaint mce; nnd Claia say-? he ci'ls mua dandy, and a Tup. .md all these hard names. But I don't care for that.' uuuuim1 ucqummcu His wilh Cl.ir.x You said you worn p lying stock consists of almost every article enqui- red for mthe country trade, and tliey will be so'd as cheap aa the cluinpcet. The SUUSLI-I- ber does not deem U necPFfary, in order to SL-cure trade, lo faKify and limifbug in advpr- lisn.p, or beliind the counter. Al! he wants is lo n good article LOW. und g-ive thope who are lonkmrf for "iarg-ains" a clmnce lo for ibfmselvfs. call al No I Chean side and examine for yourselves. 1 N. D. GATES. Elyria, Oct. 2nd, 1G44. Liberal cosh advances flindr on Puts ant Pearl As'ics, and all kinds of property suita- ble in be sbippcd to an eastern market. old man will come louim right when u. aiu rrm'iied.' 'Don't ba too sure of (hat, h.id look b fan- von leiip.' 'Pooh! I am not afraid of ihnt. He may he angry at first, hut ho ill soon get over IJD finds oul there is no holp for dim.' 'Well, you know best. But when are you lo bo m.in fed? You say your are nearly consummated.' Yes, they are. She has already to an elopement, nnd aseoon its I Ciin m.iktr Ihe necessary menta, shall he 'Where will you 'To Nexv..y0rk, I Hunk, al fitat.. Aad tlvere we will h-ivu the" ceremony'per-' formed and ihcn I shall write a dutiful letter to the old rn.m, htm of Ihe course we have and asking for 's foryivness.' 'But what if he will not gram 'Oh (hero's no As I snid he miv be for a short lime if he ii, I shall visit around among nv. friends until he gets over his pet and invites us home.' Dick, I must say you have your pinna well laid. But whal is it you wanl wilh me 'Why Lwant you to assist us in Act- ing know a hundred tlunjis to lie attended to at such a lime. And I ihoi.ghi that could depend upon u for assistance.' 'Well, f'll render you all (he aid I s iid fir nry. And thi-y then sepa- r lo illcnd to his school, and flcnry took his way dnect to Ihe resi- dence of Mr. Hiirvuv. Dick, or Kicl.ard Biown, w.is.i ycung man of prep-jssessing be- ing (Hh.it is genpi illy termed) well built, ofa clear cuiiipluMon, and having a profusion ol hpht auburn haii, which foil in ringlets over a fuiijiuad of ivory smoiilhnes-j. lie was also a person of good ivmg gone through with a cullegi-ilii i-ouiso of studiYc But ihis all (hat could possibU bi-said in his frtvur; for hu w.is unprincipled in w.ih him, und in llim but 'iv repute.' 'No, Ci.ir.i, I do not think any thing but whnt has caused Dick to toll me a lalu V am sure I cannot say said she, blushing, 'he has heard of your visits here, and wished to learn- some- thing. of your intentions, or make you uneasy, or' 'No, no. Clara that could have not been his intention, for he appeared to be in earnest in what he said.' I know not. Oh, yes I gueu I know eh'e exclaimed 'how J 'How, 1 Tell me haw you Ibiok it u.' from home when he fitat mex he did.' (he exlreme. comfiii table His (athor fortune at had left him a his di'cuusc, which Dick thought w.is sufRcisnt foi any tnode of living he Jihould think fit to adopt. He nsaocialed withcompan. 'Well, I recollect the lime. had all gone to the city on a visit, nnd our servant girl, Betty, wa3 left at home. She is a very good lucking girl, and I have of late noticed that she was ma- king alterntioiis in her dresses, and buy- ing new ones. Ifomust have mistaken her for me; and she, seeing his mistake, II.-IE kepi him in ignorance of her real name and situation. This must be the way that he is deceived, and he will marry, instead of me, our Betty.' 'That must be how it is es- claimc.d Henry 'and as I promised him, F will render al! the assistance I can to help him in consummating his scheme.' "Oh.no, Ilonry, do not let him marry "Yes I shall for she is good enough for the unprincipled scoundrel." "Bat how he feel when he dis- covers his error t'1 "I care AH lhal lip cares about her or you, is Ihe money which he ex- pected lo get by tha marri.ige. And it will be serving him just, right; therefore, CUra, say nothing about the circum- stance loany one, and I will, ho ia ready, assist him, if he calls upon me.1' Hen.rv, dons think but 1 feel as if it was going loo far, thus in trifle with his feelings.' feelings! Clara, he has none; and besides, it willjbe a measure of his own planning, and no one to blame but iiimsclf.' to am a subsis- Full Goods Fait Goods i TUT. subscriber has just received his fall supply of our iddress lo hei.' I no liianks to the olii man Well, bow did fiist form an ac- quaintanco with ihe ques- tion 11 whit 1 am about lo tell you. You sei-, 1 fiist c.ime here to teach this rchool., I heaid considerable about Mr. tlaivey and Ins beautiful daughter. Well, A ou see 1 thought th.it, if possible, would gain her affections and she he inj an only und the old man rich, f surmised lh.il if 1 could succeed svllh her, it would make mo a good Elyria, Sepl- 9lh, 18 '4.____ H __________ UM! by UIP Midus, for wh-cb Cnoh will bi paid un Uelwety al their Tannery., Elyna. Aug.27ib, _n nted. it- f Apples, Seed, rendereil me unfit lor bnsinpss. ojxd specifics without fect. At eiiglh 1 procuTed Allebasi's Po "00--> 1003 Flax 1030 Ibs Feathers, not too many second hanil. 500 Beeswax. For which the- trigbp-tmirUet price will p naid in Goods, or CASH. i e pam in ANDREWS. Elyria, September 1844. FARMERS! SAVE YOUR HOG'S BRISTLES THE subscriber will pay two shillings per pound for clean Bristles _at his F.cio n, in work or cash. H. PARKL.K., JSlyria, No7. 24, 1844. When the bristles are taken from Iho lios they .hould be separated from the hiir and mil by and afterwards rinsed and laic nway tboothey shoald beeonra-l and lied up in .bunches. C O T T CAP.Ctorc lo No- 4. Block, door east of Erastna Hall'a 1'44 iif every kind, 4ic., they he in conni'clion with Allebaii'a Pour Mau't, Plaster. ALLEBASI'S M 'S PL Only 12 1 2 Cents. This Plaster is rap dly taken precedencp nvornll Inr or weakness in the tiack, -idc, bowels, loins, muscels, iDiiits. fuei, anil lung ana liver com- plaints, coug-bs, colds, asthma, iierviiis nrleclions, One cer- tihunip only, out of innlutud-'s thai might fat; -riven, will be inserted here DEAR SIR was troubled a lonir time with u. chronic nftoctum in my breast winch I had tried el- englh 1 procured Allebasi's Man's Plaster, jpplied it. und in a very short time was entirely restored. 1 antsinsfiwl it is the best Plaster in use, and hope it will be universally circulated. THOMAS BEGGS. New XuiU, Jnlv 22, ALLEUASI'S Toothache Drops Effect astonishing euros in from 5 to 10 mi miles, usiid accoulmg lodireciions One local agent in who has sold n largo amount willnn the lost lew wcoks. haa'ofl'drcd to give lo -uiy one who will furnish a cjso of ordinary loulh- acbfl will not jield t" the elTIc.icv of lliese drops in from 5 to und he hasfiund 'io one vt Ii> claim tbe premuim. Directions for Using1 furnialisd by llie :igen's -For sale whole-ale and relail by L W Gilber, No. 2l4, Pulton s rect, New k and P- E- Cron-son. Birmingham, Erie Co for-ule at E. DcWITT'S Drugstore. vxii-47 Elyria. iho li'igliest market price will bepaid in gooda or Cash at our Store. paid foranyqnanlily of black gaits. NICHOLS CO. Elyris, Nov. xvhich will be sold loiv fur cash or produce. Silk fig'd Alpacca, 5s. per yard, and other goods in proportion. Call and ex- amine. CASH PAID FOR SALTS. WM. COOK, Ag't. Elyrm, 28th Sept, 1844. m and nl some day, 1 shall aland a i applied to him for Tin- chance of coming in for u good por- j King, lion of ihc old man's property. But how lion ofschool te.ichmg tence for himself. He hud, a short time before our tale commences, been employed to le.ich thc> school in the viilage where Mr. Harvey resided. And (us I have s.nd.) unprincipled, and void of nil feelings of manhood, lie had formed Ihe pi. in of se- ducing from home, and eloping wilh 01 ra Harvey. HJ had contracted a slight acquaint- ance wilh Henry Slanton, who resided in the village, and believing lhat he could easily be prevailed on to assist him in hia pl.ins forsclf aggrandisement, he had, as the leader has, already seen, Dentist, and Maaufacturer of Mineral Teeth, EXECUTES all operations necessary for the I.ealth and preservation of llie Teelh Monufaclures and inserts Mineral or unchangeable Teeth, cither on pivot or gold plate, from a single tooth lo a full sell, as circumstances may require. Whole sells of Teclh, willi artificial gums, inserted either by atmospheric pressure or springs, in the best possible manner, nnd warranted lo be useru! all purposds for which Ihe Icelh were de- igned. paid filling decoyed JUST yards Calicoes, and ol prices lhat will astonish the world; and Tariff or nojTa- nff, -.ve can and will sell splendid dress pat- terns for 50 cents and put in the mmmings NICHO.LS Co. to get an inlioduciion, was the nest question. Howevtr, 1'------ intc'iiupied Henry, 'why not get some of the neighbors to introduce I had rnthcr they were pretty shy .ibout introducing a stranger. So you s( e L bad lo depend upon my- self. But, as good luck would have it, one evening as I was Bussing by her falher's house, 1 chanced to muet her ;ud in his underta hut ho as mistaken in his opinion of Henry, for [19 was a joung nun Coarse Salt. BARRELS Coarse Salt for sa by GATES CO. Nov. 90, Teeth with the purest of gold, and warran- ed to hp as useful, and .TO more likely lo de- cay, ilian those perfectly sound. Also, pir- icuiar attention given lo llie regulation of chililresis' Teelh. Teeth cleaned without the use of acids, or corrosive applications, and extracted with all pain possible. Dr. H. has regularly studied his professioi .n an Eastern ciiy, and intends lo make Uly- rm his place of residence, and pursue lliu Practice of Denlistry in tins and tile soring towns. All operations charges sal isfactory. four doors fast of N. 11. Gates Store, Klyria, Lorain r.o., Ohm. Nov. Ulu, 1844. n2l-Cw [MPS FRINGES. assortment ever before The best offered in his place bv SANDFORD ANDREWS. Sept. 1844. FOR SALE. A g-ood water power on the cast branch of filaclt River in a saw mill and a biuldmo- Built for Clothing works, which may be converted into a manufaclory, or oth- er use, and a dwelling house ihereon. All new, will be sold on reasonable terms and liberal credit, lo thorough business men wiin a capital sufficient lo enable them to prose- ciiie business llicreon cffuctually. H ELY. July 29, 1844. n7-lf ppleiirlid lot ol Silver j Germnsilver T.nbl.-. Deports and Tea Spuons, Spectacles and Pencilf, warranted THE undersigned have formed B Co-porl- nerahipm Ibe LAW BUSINESS und_er the firm of LOCKWOOD. OfflCE IJV HOT. 15. S. HAMLIN, W. r. LCCKWOOD. DOTS, Shoes and gone! as- nt COWI.ES, RYDER Go's. Jt> sortment, and Mav 31st. LOOD'S nni? Dnrlinrr's Gnss ami Crn- I of course bowed very p jlifely, and she relumed the compliment. 1 then snid, nievuiue t n'ive lhe 'lonnr dressing Miss Harvey 1' to Ihisshonod- dcd assent; nrd we were soon engaged in cnnversation.' what l.ind of a girl is Henry, 1 can t say that ihe is T? prelly as I lind es.pecled lo find her. But jou Unow these country girls loolt rather coarse at firs! sight. But if I can make my plans oik, the old man's mo. ney will moke up for any htllo d fieien- ci'that miy nppsar in personal beauty, jou know.' 'Yes, I supposo so; but go on nnd tell me what jour plans are, as u-gards Clara.' 'Well, I found that the old man and his wife were nw.iy fro-n homi-. S" I n.ibsud .1 veiy rgiee.ib'e evening uh Glaru. evening I was thurd, and for two or three succet-ding o-ics; inlillhu "Id came home. '1 hen, you see, we hail to meet in private I moil piivalely V si id Iletuy. Ci.ir.i said that her fiitiler would not nllow hur lo keep compmy any one, nnd much mm rnu have'met piivately since of qualities, and, whnt was of more importance, he was the .accepted Cliira Judge then of his surprise when Dick detailed lo him his views in regard to the very woman lo whom he was jjnymg his addresses, and whom he intended lo make his wife. He could not huliuve that Claia would have ,aiy thing lo do or s.iy with such a fellow as Dick Brown. But theie was somUiung in Ihe itoiy which ho ccmlJ not comprehend. Thurelore he had im- mediately, upon the departure of Dick, us" "they caineTo ifie conclusion' le.ive him "ui his error, and let him pur- sue his own plans lo their final consum- mation, without any of their aid or as- sist nice. Time (1 w rapidly away for a lew weeks, and Dick was one morning mis- sing, and wilh him Mr. Harvey's servant Brtty They went immediately ?o the city of New York, here the mar- riage ceremony was performed, and then Dick thought his happiness was almost complete, for it only remained (o write to Mr. Harvey .ind receive his pardon, which he doubted not would be readily granted. His wife tried wilh all the persuasiveness she was master of, to in- duce him not to write to her reputed father, but without avail. For ho be- lieved lh.it she was only fearful of her xther's angur, and ot ihis be thought ieie uas little or no danger. He there- ire w rote and despatched the following alter la Mr. Harvey. NEW YORK, Scpl. 13, especled Falters Well linowin g that you must be anxious for the elf.irc of your I have taken Uic iiber- dddu-Sbing Inese few lines to you, ou oflier muniase wi.1i myself. And although ceremony was pcrlormcd i.i a pnvale ma oner, knowledge or consent, still we lotid- V hope Clint you overlook this one rash nd extend lo us vour full pardon fur Ihe course see Cl iia, nnd ILCU n from her, if possible, the truth of his story respect- ing her, W'h'-n he entered the house he was met by Clara, wlin w.ia as be.iuliful even as report had sutcd, u Mb a iinile of wel- comu. As soon as Ue wus scaled, he s.ud': 'Well, Clnr.i, I have just hcaid lli.i you are aboul to be mimud.' be rnai ned Why, llsnry, sjipnsed. To whom did sou liL-a dl Scvthes, warranted, for climp N. B. GATES. n5 B by Jnne 12, 1S44 GLASS-7X9, 8X10, 10 X15. a l No. June M, 1844, that time, and my plans are fast sniJ [lenrj, benefit is it agin.' lo be to to marry her, if her fa'lher is opposed? You will only have to support besides, nml will not lie your condition.' Oh1 hi re's no but whit the oui Schoo'm i To Richard Erowii 1' informed jou V 'Duk hinnelf.' whnt does it tnenn about it, for I am anxiou I1U UAltllVi HJ lu vc luvc laUun. 1 Peel n a duty lo mj lovely wife 0 sl.Hi-, llul slie cannot consistently be censured 01 the course MIO lus for it was lliro'ijfli ny ca.ncst pervasion she was prevailed upon In c.iveherpjrciitsiindliome.and trust hereelt to nv cure und prolcc-lio'i. 'flicrcforc, doar sir. it you must censure any one, lelit be me, for 1 aione nn to blame. But I cannot believe lhatyou will forevji daugiilci lor ma nan she lovos. True jou may say your consent not obl.iinetl, or even asUcd lor. Hut, we .new U would not only be useless, bat that it Why, Do l l  Dick. Cl.ira listened with no I, s-: than Henry had done while ronveising with Dick and after he had fmishi-d, sin: s.i id VVh.it can that fellow mean by this story T know answered Henry, 'and that you would be able to ,otne light upon, the subject.' do not look-so serious. --You, iiiiu r Jit. 'cntLu love vour beantooiisdausbter.and 1 believe slic la .is ardently attached .to me. Under tbcsr considerations, and knowing thai jour consentto our urion not be granted, we liave taken ihc course we bav... And now we fondly hope lhatyou ivillexlend to us your foil pardon lor tna stop we have laken.and invite- your duigblerto Hgam return to her parents ond home, wiUi aBsutance thai oil that is past shot! I be forgot- ten, and we leceived wilh welcome kuKJoeM. With these feelings, I subscnbe my self your duti- ful son, nnd shall wait wilb irapalience yonr an- swer, which you will please direct to my adarcw, ond oblige To H. Honey, Esq. Henry Station was cannot think thnt I have really conaent- <.d 10 elope with' him, for I have visiting at Mr. Harvey's when the above letter was re- ceived; and, learning from whence it came, he requested the old man to make ihe contents known. .Ho accordingly broke the senl, and F.ither well, the younjfaoimp begins very eaid he., fflut let wft he. has to fat, with my   

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Introductory

$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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