U. G. R. R.—A conductor on this road informs us that nine “chattels” belonging to a gentleman in Boone Co ., Kentucky, were sold and were to take their departure for the South on Monday morning last. The “chattels,” however, preferring to take a trip to the North, borrowed their master's horses on Sunday night, and rode about 20 miles, to the Ohio river, where they took a boat and reached the opposite shore in safety. Taking the first train, they arrived at Sandusky Monday night, and on Tuesday night took lodgings on the “other side” of Lake Erie.
National Anti-Slavery Standard. June 20, 1857,