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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 August 1844

am Ao OUR LIBERTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARB IN OCR OWN KEEPING, IF TIIEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY OUR OWN HANDS VOLUME I. THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Will bo published everv Thursday by JOHN VAN FOSSEN. . Office OTerC, Stuck'. Store, three doors vest of the Post Office. Tkkks Two Dollars a year if Pid " d Vance, or Two Dollar, and Fiuv Cent, if not paid in advance. Advertising on the usa.l terms f wtrekly papers. - BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MORSE &. REXFORD, P hyticiant and Svrgvont, HCB.OX ST. TPStLlSTl. R. V. ASHLEY, Surgeon Dentist corner of Washington and Michigan sts. . W. A. BUCKBEE, Attorney and Counsellor At Law, And Solicitor in Chancery OJficeone door East of tU Printing Office, YTSILANTI, MtCHtOAI. SKINNER & JOSLIN, Attorney at LawLarltlalr "Block. CONGRESS STREET, VPSILANTI. " C. II. VANCLEVE. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Office oter T. Champion's store, Ypsilanti. C. W. LANE, ATTORNEY ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 August 1844

Dialogue on Dueling, Between a Farmer and a Subtreasurer : Sub Treas. How are you, oldbone and ain-w 1 - Far. How are vou, Mr. Loneg ? Sub. Going to support Henry Clay next election? Far. Ye, he supported the country in the last war, nt'.d r.ther trying period, and I think it no mure than lair that I should support him. -Sub. What do ynUffknow nbmt the last war ? Far. Ah ! I was a boy then, but I re memember all about it. The British at tacked our rights of Free Trade with Eu rope, and impressed our seamen, and we fought them. We were whipped at first, end began to fid disheartened, when the voice of Hnry Cly cheered us up like a blast from the bugle. Noble Hany ! yes, I go for him. Sub. But dorit you know he has been a duelist 1 Par. Didn't you vote for Gen. Jackson, knowing he was a duelist and killed his man? Sub. Oh ! you sinner. Far. Did you not vote for Johnson, for Vice President, knowtng thut he has been second in several duels. ' Sub. You old heathen ? - Far. Havn't you oft...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 August 1844

The Widow. . If there itauy one person more lonely than Ro(her,and one who should be more entitled to our sympathies, it is she who haa been deprived of the companion of her youth. Perhaps her children have all been called away by the voice o! death and one by one she has watched over them, until they breathed their last, and then deposited them in the bouse appoint, ed for all the living. Poor woman, she is a widow indeed ? As she muse? on the past, when she was contented and happy in the aociety of her husband, surrounded by a group of smiling children, an invol untary sigh escapes her, and a tear is seen to trickle down her cheek. Now, the path of life is dark and drear: the sunshine that blessed her collage and home has departed, and night, dark and cheerless, broods over her head. Poor woman, we repeat. There is nothing on earth to cheer again her spirits, raise her heart and thrill her bosom with joy. When her Father in heaven, whose kind hand has wonderfully sustained her. sh...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 August 1844

NEW (GOODS. C. STUCK ri70TTLD respectfully give"noice to his VV ioi PROSPECTUS or tee YPSILANTI SENTINEL. In soliciting the patronage of tbe public for the proposed publication, it is due to that pub lie to eive an outline ef the views and princi rmer cus omers, and the citizens of I Dls9 hy which we shall be eoveraed. end this Ypsilanti and vicinity, that h has latHy re- duty we proceed to discharge. While we ceived a fresh supply of NEW GOODS com shall endeavor to make our sheet the channel prising nearly every articls in common ase, tor communicating to our readers, the in tell i- wmcn ne oners en me must reasonable terms gence usually given in a public journal, us character will be essentially politic!; ana ac cording to the original sene of the term, as applicable to this government; strictly demo or ready pay. Among his May be found sheeting, sliirings, calicoes, Flannels, Drillings, Tickings, Batting, Wad ding, Linseve, apron checks, cambricks. A I. . pac as, worsted, blanket...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 August 1844

yL, OUR LIBERT AKD HAPPINESS A3 A NATION ARK IN OUR OWN KEEPING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY CUR OWN HANDS. VOLUME I. YPSILANTI, (MICH.) THURSDAY AUGUST 15, 1844. NUMBER 35. i:;v ...J ; -THE. YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Wll bs published every Thursday by John van fossen.'- OXce oyer C. Stuck' Store, three doors west of the Tost Office, Tkkxs Two Dollars a year if piid in ad vance, r Two Dollars and Fiftv Cents if not paid in advance, . Advertising on the nsual terms of weekly papers. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MORSE & REXFORD, P hysicia ns and Snrgeont, . - i HURON ST. TFSILANTI. Wm. MARSHALL, M. D. VHTSICIAI AND OPERATIVE SURGEON, OFFICE on Adam street, Ypsilanti. R. V. ASHLEY, Surgeon Dentist corner of Washington - - ' and Michigan sts. W. A. UUCKBEE, Attorney and Counsellor ., At La to, And Solicitor in Chancery Office one door East of the Printing Office, irsTLAim, Michigan. I SKINNER & JOSLIN. Attorn...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 August 1844

From (he State Journal. The Dixboro Discussion. Wilson having failed after successive efforts to get Denton, Rtnsdeli and others to take the job fff his Viands wa? forced into the Dixburo discussion on Saturday last. - Gen. Van Fosse" was selected on the part of llie w Jugs of Snje. perier to discus with him. In coiisepuence of the storm ;he sneakers did not arrive until late in the afternoon, censequently k-'was arranged tlntt the discussion should be contiiiHtd two hours on that day, and 'then adjourn to some future day, unless otherwise ord red by the meeting. Wilson comn.encid wi-.h that einbarass ment which gave ample evidence that he would be thankful to have been relieved from the scrape his impudence had forced him iuto. His jugou for some time w as absolutely unintelligible and bis idea could not be determined by l ho ordinary rules governing the English language But after almost breaking ii'ts neck in stumbling over the fragments of broken sentence?, it appeared that he wa...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 August 1844

SCHOOL TEACH ERS&TRUTEES fsts requested to notice the following valuable - . . ...Bosks TT!HE TEACHER, or Moral Influences em- -li. ployed in the instruction and fiovernment of the Young ; intended chfefly to assist teachers in Vrminizinir n-l . IA . .1 S C &boob b K. A8.rl' cmdyc,.,,'8? li'e" S V. ftii" PL ' . Tn work has been very justly rccom. mended as worthy a place in every SchoolLibta. ry. Although particularly Valuable to teach, era its usefulness is by no means ee-nfined to them. Parents will find the principles of fam ily government, and noc"e of interesting theft children n mental o'nd nrora! Improvemenr, clearly and hapify illustrated, while Trustees o schools, aird all concerned jn rhe great sub ject of education will sees. MgV&nd striking moJel of what a Teacher should he and some means of judging of bis fitness for bnsl nesa. Mr Emerson, in a larger Wok ofc education, places this book Yias afhorrg the sources ro which he has been inost Indebted, an J jys, ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 August 1844

ll NEW GODS. C. STUCK rin7"0ULD respeetfully give'notice to liis V V former iiis omcrs. and the citizens of YpMlanti and vioinity, that he lias lately re reived a fresh wipply of NEW GOODS com prising nearly t-Very articl in common use, which lie offers on the most reasonable terms or ready pay. . Among his Mar be found sheeting, shirtings, calicoes Flannels, Drillings, Tickings, Baiting, Wad din?, Linseys, apron checks, cambneks. At pacas, worsted, blanket, and net shawls, dress handkerchiefs, culton and silk pocket hand, kerchiets, Croad Cloths, caseimeres, sa:inetts sheens-greys, hard times, canvass, padding. sewing silk, cotton and linen thread. Gilt, lasting, horn, juppaned, lined, bone and ivory buttons. Lady's and Gent's Gloves and Milts, side, back, pocket and drtsing combs. Also in the line of , HARD-WARE, Thimbles,' Needls, Shears, Scissors, Table and pocket knives, razori. spoons, candlestick coffee mills, gimblets, lather boxes, hair. clothes, teeth, shoe, lather and hor...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 August 1844

'OUR LIBEBTT AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARK IN OUR OWN KEEPING, - IP THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OP PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OP DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY OUR OWN HANDS. VOLUME I. TPSILANTI, (MICH.) THURSDAY AUGUST 22, 1844. NUMBER, 36.- THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. WU be published ever Thursday by JOHN VAN FOSSEN. Offics over C, Stack's Store, three doors west of the Post Office, - Teams Two Dollars a year if paid in ad vane e, or Two Dollars and Fiftr Cents if not paid in adrance. Advertising on the usual terms of weekly papers. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MORSC &. REXF011D, P hysicians and Surgeon s, BTJROU ST. YPSILANTI. VVm. MARSHALL, M. D , PHYSICIAN AND OPERATIVE SURGEON, OFFICE on Adam street, Ypailanti. R. V. ASHLEY, Svgton Dentist corner of Washington and Michigan sis. VV. A. BUCKBEE, . Attorney and Counsellor At Law, - And Solicitor in Chancery Office door East of the Printing Office, TPSILAHTI, NIC BIG A.N. SKINNER & JOSLIN, Attorney at Lain Larzelaer ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 August 1844

Then came the test, and then w as ex hibited the beauty of modem Democra cy. The vote was taken, and stood 117 to 117,ia which case the resolution was lost until the Speaker of the House, James K. Polk cast his vote in the affirmative, ' aud thereby turned the members of Mis issippi out of their 'seals. The vote of -Archibald Yell, who held his office under the same kiud of certificates as those of .Prentiss and -Word mide the tie, and J. ,JwPo2k untied it by turning Mia-iipj1 out of doors. -S the Goernor was com pelled to ord.T still another Election i i April, when Prentiss and Word were tri umphantly returned to their seats. Here we have a -specimen of James iv. rout s democracy, iiere we una me f .-... . .. 1 I T n 11 t-i 11 . . . f i .l vuoeiruiuuii uiai 11c puis un me vtuiu j.c mocracy, which is simply to cast his vote f in favor of the party r bearing that name, .the voice of. a state, with 7,000 majority to the contrary notwithstanding. - " - Does any true patriot who believ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 August 1844

ACADEMICAL SCHOOL. - WJP0DI: UFF A; B' Frteeft t- " Pectora fortia adversis rebus." nnTIIE THIRD Term of this school will -UL pen on Monday September 16th, and continue 12 weeks. The rates of tuition will be as follows : ' , ; For primary classes whose studies will con. ist of Penmanship, with exercises calcula led thoroughly to acquaint the . pupil with book-keeping, commercial . and legal forms ; Epistolary addresses, et cetera. - Arithmetic taught by daily recitations in Colburns' Men tal or Adams. Geography Mitchcls Geography and At. las ; Reading Exercises suited to the age of the pupil ; Orthography According to Web ster's standard, ' " Per term. $ 2,50 .. Half year,' ' " 4,50 " .. Year, 8,00 "With the above studies, English Grammar may be commenced and pursued one term without charge. For two or mora of the sbove mudies, with"sny one of the higher English or Classical studies. Tuition per term, 83.50 ; Sot half a year. $6,00; for a year. 12,00. With the pupi.'a advancement, t...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 August 1844

C' STUCK WOULD respectfully give'notice to his former cnsiomcn. and the citizens of Ypsilanti and vicinity, that he lias lately re- ' eeived a fresh supply of NEW GOODS com- prising nearly every article ia common use, . . L : -U i. - xr . u M.. ....... ' WUtCU UU UUCI9 VII IIIO ICMVMHW j a l: May be found sheetings shirtings, calicoes Flannels, Drillings, Tickings,' Batting, Wad ding, Linseys, apron checks, csrobricks. Al pacas, worsted, blanket, and net shawls, dress nandtiercDieis, cotton and silk poc&et nana kerchiefs, Broad Cloths, eassinieres, satineita. sheeps-greys, bard limes, canvass, padding, sewing silk,, cotton and linen thread.' Gilt, lasting, born, jappaned, lined, bone and ivory buttons, Lady's and Gent's Gloves and Mitts, aide, back, pocket and drssing combs. Also in the line of .., . UJARD-WARE, ; Thimbles. Needls. Shears. Scissors. .Table and pocket knives, razors, spoons, candlesticks coffee mills, gimblels. lather boxes, hair, clothes, teeth, shoe, lather and...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 19 September 1844

2jo r ,v-1 O0 hltZ TY AD HAPPIES 3 AS A T? AT J ON ARE IN OUK OWN KEKTINC, IP TUKY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE OX f HE ALTAR OF PARTV SPIRITAT TilB INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY OUR OWN HAlCM. ' 1 VOLUME L YPSILANTI, (MICH.) THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 1844. NUMBER 40.. - " THE - -JPSILAISTI SENTINEL. ,..',',' Will b pafelished ever Thursday by 1, . - JOHN VAN FOSSEN. t- 6ffies vrC, Stock's Store, three doors -4Vtst of tk tost Office, ..-Tn-tTwo Dollar a yesr if,psior in ad Vaoc, or Two Ddtaxs and flftr Cents if not (paid in advance, . v Advertising oa tho anil terms of weekly (papers. ..- ..; , BUSINESS DIRECTOllY MORSE &. .REXFORD, m ,P kysicians and Surgeon, 1 ; "J otkox st. naiuiii. Wm. MARSHALL. M. P. ; ' ! WTSICIiW AM OURATiVK StIRSEON, OFFICE -s . ra Adam street, Ypsilanti. 1 R V. ASHLEY, . Srvgeon Dentist tonier rf Washington and Michigan sts. W, A. DUCKBEE, ATIOBMKT AND COC58KI.LOB - At Lata, ' " ' AND SoLICITOK IN CnAXCEBY OJfietne doer Eatt if the Printing OJiee...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 19 September 1844

of the corn law is least fflt in the shapr of immediate distress, that It ii mieality doing most harm to onr permanenliuter sts. It ia confirming foreign nations ev rrywhere in the protective -system", and owing the seeds of exclusions and pro hibitions, by which, when to late, we shall find our maikets curtailed, and our trade shackled. A liberal commmercial policy, twenty yetrs ago, would have se cured ts access to the maikets of Ger . many, . and would have, prevented --the growth of the inanufKCturihg system of the Zallverew. A liberal commercial policy three years ago would have pre vented the passing of the restrictive Ta- or- t .l n .. : j . . ' . j ... ij t..', Till Ul lUe UtU.ea Oiait'f, BliU wimiu nave; given a decided ascendancy in that coun try to Fr-ee. trade principles, and to the Free Trade . Parly, A liberal commer cial policy adopted ten year hence, as fiom present indications would appear to be the probable ret-ult, may very possibly ail te recover what previous bl...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 19 September 1844

British Gold and Influence. . British gold is now potred out like Water, to defeat the election of Mr. Clay, and thereby destroy tho Whig Tariff, and wilt it all the protection to American in dostryt A late number of ih'o London Times Says l . "A subscription waS recently opened lo faise funds to circulate fre trade tracts in foreign countries. . .About four hun dred and forty thousnud pound were sub scribed ; some of these tracts are to be printed in New York for circulation in the United State." firitUh capitalists and manufacturers nave of course a deep interest in the me rest of the anti-Tariff party here. One of the tracts referred to above, published in New York, contains the following par agraph : M At present, duties should bo laid with an eye to revenue alone, with occasional reduction from time to lime j and thus in the course of a few vears a system of DIRECT TAXATION could be ma tured and established ! Dy this means all interests would have ample opportu nity to meet a n...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 19 September 1844

, HnWEDICT 4 TOMPKINS .- JUMPS SI OX MERCHANTS. . ' 71 & 73 pRoirr vtreet; -.-;. NEW YORK; - Run to ' .-.-. v . . ' David Leavitr, Pre'st Am Er. B'k N. York Shepherd Knapn. Mechanics - Henry Dwight. Jon. '' New York.'" " J. N. Reynolds, ' - ' ' " Hon. Joseph L White, " - ' ' rMfnr, D. A Cushnran & Co. "'. .',- Bradner, & Co. ' - s.?'w . V Doremos, Suydam 4x.Co - !" Townsend, Sayre At Co "William II Piatt, Cincinnati, ' ' - Charles O'Hara, Toledo, - ' II II Brown, " Detroit " '" - ,v Reuben Town, " 'A II Hammond, ''W II Goodhue, Michigan city -'James Maoadoo, ' ' Messrs Gulbertson,' & Brother Troy, Ohio. 'v Kellogg & Brothers. White Pigeon. Copp & Parsons, Burlington Iowa. Peebles &. Kier, .Kocltepoit Mi. i -The subscribers, in announcing themselves to the public as commission merehaais,pledge themselves to conduet the same in its legiti mate sensed - - - The charges will only h such as are actu mlty incurred. Insurranee will positively be effected in the ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 26 September 1844

tin "Kxrrmn wrui , - ,. OCR LIBETY AD HAPPIESS AS A NATION ARK IN OUR OWN KEEPING, IP TtlEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL EE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY CUR OWN HAND . ".V, VOLUME I. YPSILANTI, (MICH.) THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1844. NUMBER. q . , THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. ' Wll be published ever Thursday bjr " JOHN VAN FOSSEN. Office over C, Stuck's Store, three doors west of the Post Office, , Terms Two Dollars a year if paid in ad ranee, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid in ad ranee, . , Advertising on the usual terms of weekly papers. . 4 .. - BUSINESS DIRECTORY MORSE & REXFORD, ' ' ' P hysicians and Surgeon s, ' BUKOX ST. TPSILAJJTI. " . Wm. MARSHALL. M. D. PHTSICUJI A5D OPERATIVE SDRGEOX, OFFICE on Adorn street, Ypsilanti. . ' R. V. ASHLEY, Srugeoh Dentist corner of Washington and Michigan sts. ' ' W. A. BUCK BEE, Attorney. 'and Counsellor .-. ! At Law , . ,4 And Solicitor in Chancery Office on door East of the Printing Offi...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 26 September 1844

From the N. Y. Tribune. Tlie Texas Qucstloii?' The Reasons fur Annexation considered. Texas i a fertile;'. productive country, nd would be a valuable pomeasion, a valaa. dJ market for our manufactures." Th tame might be paid of Canada, of l!uba. if Mexico, of Yucatan, &c. &c. Shall we therefore seize1 upon' lliese tout tries," r egardless :- of consequences, perfidkwsly Jiiolatuig !onr Treaty en ajT,emfflt.t forfeiting our plightcdfaith, and dishonoring the National character ! Would any amount or pecuniary emnlu roeots and advantages compenente for a Staio upon our hitherto untarnished Na tional escutcheon? i Most assured v uot. I ibis the country of Frai klin, of W ash ington and JeflYrsor, and are we really seeking a pecuniary advantage at the ex pense of honor, j'istrcr, magnanimity, and oor sblenily plighted faith and treaty engagements! Thin is really the case in regard to a part of our countrymen, but It is hoped not of B great number. ' ..Another:, reason for Annexat...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 26 September 1844

"i 4 J? run rivulet, 'called the Oud Isla)-,! which forms a boundary.' ' ' ' '' Prince D'Joinvttle despatch from Hag- Steamboat PI uton, Magniore, Aug 17. I arrived before M igidore oh the lllh ins, the weather wnsexuemely bad, and during several days we remained at an chor before the town without having been hie to communicate even onior.pst our selves. Notwithstanding we had let out 200 fathom of chain cable, our anchor broke like glass. In fine, on the 15th,' tho weather having become moderate, I took advantage of the change to Htinck the town. The eh:ps:of-the-line Jemappes nnd Triton proceeded to take up a position opposite the western batteries. The iSuffVen and the Belle Pu!o took their station in the northern channel. It was one o'clock P. M. when our movement commenced. The moment the Arabs saw the ships approach the town, all the batteries com menced firing. Wo waited to return the fire until each vessel was at it Post. At half past four the firina began to slacken. The br...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 26 September 1844

3 J 1 f. t r. TO FAMILIES & INVALIDS. The following indispensable Tamil? rente dies may fonnd at the village drug stores, amf soon at every country store in the state. Remember and never get them an less the fcare the fhe-simirc signature of - 7ru!kz Ccfaj : oa the -.rapper, as all others by the aiae names are bave impositions and counter feits. If the merchant nearest you has them hot, ttrge hint to procure them' at 71 'Maiden Jane, tha aex ne' he visits New York, or to write for them. Ar "family should be a week without these' remedies BALM OF COLUMBI A.FOR THE HAIR, which will stop it if falling out, or restore ilon bald places ; and on children make it grow rapidly, or on those who have lost the hair from any cause. ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of children in schools, are prevented or killed by it at once. -. Find the name of -$tfW&d& it, or never, try it. .Remember this always. RHEUMATISM, and positively cured, and aU shrivelled muscles and limbs re restored, ' ...

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