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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 3 October 1844

A r. , , j. . . . : i- . . - , T ; : ' '. 1 . i . . . . . , . . . OUR LIB CRT V ASD HAPPINESS .A3 A NATION ARE IN OCR OWN KEEPING, IP TIIEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL EE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF" DE.-IGNIXO AMBITION AND BT Ct'2 OWN HAND. YTSILANTI, (MICH.) THURSDAY OCTOBER 3, 18il. NUMBER 42. 5 VOf.TTXTI? T 1 -"i THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Will be pablislicdgeverj Thursday by UtJ , .,. . JOHN VAN FOSSEN. ... , Office over C, Stuck' Store, ihree 'doors west of the Tost Office. Tkkkj Two Dollars a year if pid in ad Vance, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid in advance, t s . .' r.,. . . - Advertising on the usual terms of weekly papers. , BUSINESS DIRECTORY. " - MORSE &. REX FORD, 'Physicians and Surgeon s, BCROff ST. VPSILA.1TI. i Wm. MARSHALL. M. D. PHTSICUJI AHD OPEBATtTK SURGEON, OFFICK on Adam street, Ypsilanti. .,-. R V. ASHLEY, " Srugeon Dentist corner of Washington j and Michigan sis. ..... W. A. BUCKBEE, Attorney and Counsellor At Law, i .. An...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 3 October 1844

sa y; that all the other good which e veo on your principles, the election ol Mr. Polk, or the exhibition of a grow ing vote for Mr. Dirr.ey would accomplish, or all the other evil' which eiber of these resjlts would prevent, would compensate for the various and transeendant evil of annexation? Can you-, doubt, when you - calmly weigh all the oilier good which you achieve by effecting your otyct, a Igainst ibe mischief you Jo by annexation can you doubt, that the least thing w Inch you owe your 'conscience," your country, Mhe aimdst which" pride and consistency have a right to a.k of you is neutrality ?.Yoa will no say, for instance, that you :believe that a mere postponement of D. tmocratic ascendancy, fir fivo yearn will permanently and irreparably impair the .Constitution,, and the prosperity of. our couury, or bereave her o! a ray of her glory? --She can endure so long, ev n you donctdnubr, the evil of the politics which you will disapprove. -. S ho can -afford to wait so lot g,...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 3 October 1844

v V ! n A f v r ; v t utiiisii Wold,. . ; Subscribed in large sums to put down V American Working Men. . .v t. A lato number of the Londo i .Times has the following paragraph : A subscription was recently opened to raiao funds to circulate 'Free Trade Tracts U Foreign countries' About four hundred and fifty thousand dollars were! subscribed. 8 me of theso tracts nrn tn be printed in New Yotk for circulation iu the United states. 'v Among ihe subscribers was Messrs. A. D?tiiiisnn,209 pounds sterling; Charres Tvnnett At Co. 20fl n, ? William Dixon 2(Ktuj.i. ni.ribi"h4iii 200 i ,h,n' 0,1 not belieVe aU llT I" " r i ' "ooirMin zvv , an infajble pi,F that ncver fail to cure uny Dnnlop, Wilhins te Co. 200 ; aid oih- : disease, but iry the Brisk Pills the cheapest era, motiti.,g to Half a million of Dol' P''11" ia 9e and ?,,en yu haTe Vj1! m'JJ j . 6 J J jjudge of their merit or demerit- As a blood ars' j cleanser, and a purifier to ine diseased sys- QZr Farmers, Mechanics, all, read the e...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 3 October 1844

- . rV 1 1 71 71 3 f : A Art.1 -i . i; V i I, i 1 v: V ) ( .: bm i i nam it wc ! I . - . ' . TO FAMILIES & INVALIDS. Thf? folioTvin; indispensnt!e family reme Qir my bffonnd nt the village drug stores . Kii'ioon nt every country store in the state. Remember ami never get them unless they Jmve the facsimile oiguature of frXy:'HtL. : on the wrappers, as a!I oihcrs l. ,l ,. . . . oy tne same nitntes arc base impositions ana counter- i m ve .l i , , Itn'.s. If the merchant nearest vou has them nor. nrge him to procure them nt 71 Maiden-lane, the 77 . T , r ' ! family ,o;nd he a week without thtte. remcdUs ' j ' C? Am V?- ' " .-- . ..- GALM Or COLUMBIA, FOR THS HAIR, whir!i wL'l ..v;f 5f fzlHn r out. or restore it on bald i - . i . n places; snd on clu dren make it grow rapidly, or on , , , , , wjse wno nave iwt tne nair xroai any cauao. ALL VEHMIN that infest the head3 of children m schools, are prevented or killed by it at once. ' s ? f u tho name of -tgtfXJlfr f&CCC it, or ner...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 March 1845

n Ed a m it n OUK UWlTY AND iM'IXESS AS A lATION ARE IX OUR OWX KEEPING, IF THEY ARE" EVEB 8ACBIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OP PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DKSIUNINO AMBITION AN U BY CUR OWN HAKI VOLUME II. VTSILANTI, .'(MICH.) WEDNESDAY MARCH 12, 1845. NUMBER 7. tVr f TIM : ' YPSILA1ST: SENJNEL. u oc published evcrytVednesdi at Ypsilanti v Washtenaw Micln, Charles tVjonnFF. ' EDITOR AND ioPKISt ; ' - TE mis;;1 . To Subscribers who pay uiadva 'To ' who delay l aft thret months, I - ' ; 2,59 RATES OF ArVEKTSING. For one square, (!4 liner onsertion 0,50 ,or every subsequent in.- rii ' 25 A llbcr dediv'iott mk'-j l ihP-whi advert Un hv foe year. IT All Letters anJ toiijni.-ations must be addressed to the Proprietor jjoslaid to receive at. tention. I- o r. t si ' From the Lville Journal. When tho Heart o tfe Jlinstrcl is fircakittg BT WILUAJt WAI.CK. When the heart of the mmsl is breaking With sorrows by others umown. And he hears from his younurp, awaking In daikness, no ralm-bre...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 March 1845

rents. The mature despise their own youtbratid I ; i . i . . . . iiavenoaympainy wit:iino romance, me buoyan. cy, me guyety ot their children. L.nlerpnse is oin'y enthusiasm. We grow to be ashamed for bist affections. We are afraid to acknowledge that Me derive eojoymeut from tr;fl. , and make apologies for being amused wr.h any thi' g. Thus rixtitanr6us flowers and fiu Uire destroyed: a w .lUKcniig irui ks Bioue r. deeming tne tana- ; rape. Happiness is made-up ul htite things alcJ newnn would be happy at hV, must enjoy the little iii'ujj try udj o i iriireri.ni love, ueucvoieiice virtue, consist io small ael? prompted by love und binding the day with a. chai.i of delicate moral links. Character, too, is the result of riglit pur poses and pure feelings, and generous emotion, exercised upon tiivial occasions d.y after day; and -hemic and highvirtue is the necessary result of this tnude of lifts . We fear the ruling passion of our community, the habits ol bns:nets which it has establ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 March 1845

1 t Up and Downs in Life. It is useful, as well as interesting, to notice the changes fur the better or worse, which ten or fif teen years serve to Derate ina community. I know a business man on Main street who was refused credit to 1830 for a move worth twelve dollars. He is row director in one of ihe banks, and is worth SI50.0UQ at least. Every cent of this has been made in Cincinnati during that pe riod. I know another business man. alio on Main street, mho was refused credit in 1825, by a firm iu the drug line, for the amount of five dollars. ! levelled at the supporting poles of ihs Chief's ig Li 1330 that every firm lent that very man five warn. Again iu the darkness of midnight, th thousand dollars unon hi I I . 1 . .l I .im an cAieueive uewer in me city, now worm $100,000, and who can command more money on a short notice, for sixty, ninety, or one hundred aod twenty days, than almost and man in Cinci nnati, to whom , as clerk for a grocery house here in 1830, sold a hogshead...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 March 1845

DOCTOR SMITH'S University Fills. effect upon the stomach and bowels create disease where ther was liule or none before. but ne "hat i sife, niild, salutary and uni. form in its effects upon the system. ' He would say ibat he ha now spent twenty years in research and i'lvea itraiion. directed , . ill . e would say ibat he ha now spent twenty ;... 1 j 1 ars in research and I'lvea igaiion. directed Th...-. r it . i n'-if They keep the stomach clean, the liver free, ,j Pk . 4i n - f V I Df'Hiant; in a word, the person healthy. xa and rbarmdev, m the University of Lake -tm v n u . . VriA nu: n o i u t Those who have sallow or yt-How countenan- ihS : T W, r 1 ' 6 P T ir liver is more or ScuIrk n "Wg k'? ,T u I-, he presents ,ediseasc1 . nnd,hatbv taking ih Persian ni quack nostrum thai will, bv its irritating on. i .1 Z ... f .l 1 r - 11 niensuiii jiisio 111 ureir fnouin in me morning, i f ?g!', ?'enSMI'' t'r' holJ the.o-i.ilU. for they cleanse the so effectually, that the breath be TT.X ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 19 March 1845

SMTTEMIBILo r' :l OCR 1IBEETY ASD HAPPINESS AS A NATION ABE IN OCR OWN KEEPINC, IF THEY ABE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF "PARTY SPIRIT, AT TUB INSTANCE OF DESIGNING" AMBITION AND BY OUR OWN HANDS. VOLUME II. i'PSILANTI, (MICH.) WEDNESDAY MARCH 19, 1845. JNUxMBElt 8; SDH IS v!f " ' Til M ' ' , YPSILANTI SENTINEL. , , W'H be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washtenaw Co. Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. ' ' EDITOR AND PROPRltTOK. - T E RMS. To Subscribers who pay in advance ITo - - whadelav till after Hare months, ' . 2.50 n - -RATES OF ADVERTISING. For one square, (14 linos) one insertion $0.59 1. . For every subsequent insertion 25 . A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. UTAH Letters and Communications must be "addressed to the Proprietor post paid to receive at tention. - POETRY. I ;. . COURTSHIP. BT 5. P. WILUS. " Oh, Laura! will nothing I bring thee E'er soften those looks of disdain ? t y . Are the songs of affection I sing thee All doomed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 19 March 1845

peace oVeradditional territories and uicreaing mil ions. The world has nothing to fear from mili tary ambition in our eovcrnraeut.. while the chief magistrate, the popular branch of Congress aro elected for short terms by iho suffrages of those j ' THE SENTINEL YrSILANTI. WEDNESDAY MARCH 19, 1845. who must in ihrir own persons bear the burdens and miseries of war, our government cannot be . i THE LUVGVRAL. We this week lay before our readers the tnau- ntherwise than pacific. Foreign powers should therefore look on the annexation of Texas to the United Slates.not as the conqurt of a nation seek, ing to extend her dominions by. arms and violence, but as the peaceful acquisition of a territory once her own, by adding another member to that con federation whit the consent of that member, there by diminising the chances of war, and opening to them new and ever increasing maikcts fur thctr products. . . .. . ; - - v To Texas "lie le-union ia important: because the strong protecting arm of...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 19 March 1845

of the present Repulic of Texas, with suitable ex I lent and boundaries, and with two representatives! of in Congress, until the next apportionment of ropre- eoiation snail oe admnted into the Union, by vir tue of this net, on an equal footing with the exis ting states, as 60on as the terms and conditions ol such admission, nnd the cession, of the remaining Texan territory to the United States, shall be n greed upon by the governments of Tex is and ihe United Sta'cs. And be ii further enacted. That the sum of on hundren thousand dollars bo and tbe fame is hen pproprated to defray the expenses of mis-ions tad negotiations, to ngrre upoi terms of said ad mission and cession, either bv treaty to be submit ted to the Senate, or by articles to be submitted to the two House of Congress, as the President may direct. Mexico. We are indebted to the Captain of the Schr. Fanny, for Mexican pepers up lo the 8ih inat. Don Fernonilo Calderoo, a prcmisirg yuung poet, died in the flower of hi age. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 19 March 1845

I DOCTOR SMITH'S University JPitls. These mith, IV niese rius are prepared oy viuiam M. Wmith. M. D. Ia:e Professor of Motert. Med-TJ,,: ic. .na roarmacy, in it.e un versify oi wise Those who haTe Ml0w or yellow coumenan Erie, Oh.o. Dr. Smith would sat to the pub-'c be unnd tkat theif ,;ver u more lie, that n offering them this Pill, he present. ,e8f disease(,. an(1 thatby ,aking lha Persian noqaack nostrum that will, by its irritating Pj9 frequently, their skin will become clear effect upon the stoma-ch and bowels create and f8ir, their stomach will bo strengthened, disease where ther was h.:le or none before,Bndth wil.have a he1lItnrfllW 0f pure but one ih.tis safe, mild, salutary, and unu jbloodt uhich wi ive the b.0m of heahh form m us effects upon the system. Those who are inclinedto fever aud ague. He would say that he ha now spent twenty' nmegWm erwho have an UITS years in research and investigation, directed ple,sanr tasTe in ibeir mouth in the morning, to .he Pathology of d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 26 March 1845

. . .7 Eli run 216 OUH 3.IBEBTY ASD JMM'IKKSS AS A NATION AHE IN OUR OWN KEF-flNO, IF THEY ARB EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL EE ON THE ALTAR OF TARTY 8PIEIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF. DEsIU5IN"aJIBITIUN AN1 BY I tJK OWN HAKIV. . iTSILANTI, (MICH.) WEDNESDAY MARCH 2G, 1845. 2 1 ,"' THE -r : -' 1 YPSILANTI SENTINEL. be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti ' . i -Washtenaw Co- Michigan,' ' ' t t.r i -. - : . - .'.,::. u - CHARLES WOODRUFF. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. To Subscribers who pay in advance' ' $2,H0 To ...... .. . who delay till .after Hhree months, S.-50 .- j RATES OF ADVERTISING. . , Yor one square, (14 lines) one insertion $0,50. For every subsequent insertion uoerai neaucuon maae 10 inose wno advertise Dy year' ' !CrAn Le,le.rs nnd Communications must be 'addressed to the ProDrietor Tdosi Daidl to receiva at. Herfrinn. r ' - - ..- s t POET ll y . From the London Literary Gazette. A New Sous to an old "Tunc. . . When John Bull's pocket is touched, he is generally surly, and in a few ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 26 March 1845

'Why then, do jou so often anger mel' 1 cannol help it, I don't mean to We will speak no more of this to night. May this peace bo permanent, is my Torrent prayer.' f t shall bo mine, Louis.' 1 ,." Several days elupVed an f E'len seemed really lr)ing not only to oid giving Louis offence, but In makw him happy. Hut this calm was of abort duralioi. At dtiiuer she insisted on giving r tbe babe a chicken bone to suck, a d Louis contend ed fur the impropriety of if, us the child was scarcely f ur moiih old. It will not hurl him,' sud.Mr. Carlton, sharp ly. . , 'It will. indeed it will, E 'en. . I I' Louh ieii:e iibcrrd his experienced friend's ad vice and whs silent. ..'What were tou going lo-savJ' asked Ellen, .eing be p uised. Louis cotnmeuced deliberately to mix dressing for. twillad, The chflJ shall have the bmr,' and Mrs. Carl tow lo4&ed to her Louis for coulradiciion. l say he shall hire it.' . .t.ouis scientifically mixed thj oil and mustard, and s emed so aboibed in the proces...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 26 March 1845

Mr. Patteron on leate introduced a bill supple-1 Indian Fight.The Van Huren (Ark.) Intelli trtentary to the bill to improve the administration ; gCncer, of the 23J ult. gives some particulars of a of Justice, postponing its taking effect until March, fight between a party ofihe Pawnee Maha Indians, LEE, 1846. Mr. Cust advocated its passage, and could not believo that even the friends of the original bill would wish to take the responsibility of overturn ing the whole Judiciary at a moment's notice. Mr. Patterson said that the original bill would go before the people and its friends would obtain theii judgement on it. This ought to satisfy them. The responsibility nf passing the former bill he threw upon tbe lawyers, who said uohing against it: Mr. Howell responded. He slid that continual attacks had been made upon lawyers, year ailei year. The lawyers had in consequence allowed others to take their own course. They had done ao in this instance, and he hoped they would al ways do so....

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 26 March 1845

X :; DOCTOR SMITH'S ? M ' 'tf ti i t c r s ijf y JP i i is. These Pills are prepared by William- M. nmiiH, im. l. ia:e rroiessor 01 uoteria Aiea. icm and Pharmacy, in the University of Lake Ti. .V . i .1 p "7 . pur Tc, thai offering them this I ill. he presents :q:.,ck nostrum il.nl will, by i.s irritating rurvi ri'vn 111c biuhijvii ou innttia virtaiv "P?" ,,,e, '" " bowel, crente e here ther. was IimI or none before, .ne that is .ale, nul , salutary, and ut.i. Lui one .orm in ,r, eneci upon w,e ,y,em. ThosJ who ftre lintd tl ferer auJ ue He would My ih.l he ha. now l'en twenty d i cos.iveness, or who have an year, in research and inves.iga.ior.. d.rec.ed pIcant fas(e in their moum in the corning, lhe Pa.hoN.gy offense, and the pr,per.'houlJ Q9e h , fof thcy cIeansJ ,he .esof medicinal snbances and thir ad;. ,lomach 8a Anally, that the breath be. fat.on to the removal of tnalaiWs to which comea rfeclI 8Weetf r arent9 and aIl otb. flesh is hr As the reul: of t..e.e labors'. sIlou,j b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 2 April 1845

K3 Ad WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DBWGNINU AMBITION AND BY CUR OWN-HANI." y j- ' " OTJ HBEKTr AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ABE IN OUU OWN KEEPING, IF THEY AKE EVER- SACRIFICED IT ! mrn v V ! VDCT1 A1VTT IVIltHMA WFXiftFSl) A Y APRILS. 1845. ' :: - V Vrl-lm.-- 11.' ' 1 1 J X) v.y w. r ... . r ir - : '. ' " . . . . !.. of thtt r.rcs. (; .; THK ; YPSILANTI SENTINEL. v, Will be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washtenaw Co. Michigan, ' CHARLES WOODRUFF. ' ; ' EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. - TeITmS. o Subscribers who pay in advance To who delay till after three months, RATES OF ADVERTISING. For one square, (14 lines) one insertion $0,50 , For every subsequent insertion 25 ; A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by -r lie year. XT All Letters and Communioatidns must be 5, addressed to the Proprietor post paid to receive at Mention. 1 POETRY. 4 From the New Yorker. , , Stanzai. " flow sweet to me the hour when.day light dies, . And sun-beams melt along t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 2 April 1845

- Sandwich Islands. 'Sews frornlhese lfan3sTt up to the 10:h of November, had been received at New Orleans by way ot Mexico, S R Blacklee, U. S. Consul at Tahiti, is dead The U. S.frig ato Savanah, and the U. S. Sloop Warreo, had both touched at ihem. The islands were in n very trai quil tite. Friendly assurances had recently beeu received fn m the Englih m d French gov ernments, by thitu the indent d.iiceol'the Sand- wich Llanti has br.rn recog nzed. ' ' i The Indian FigfU. The V-u Buren (Atk.)t.;- telligehcer j.f Mtth 4 li, eu s M The shnnishj which Me fpile of last week as having tsken place! between a Hriiou of i?is liwnee Mahas, and a party' of Creek-, turn.' out tit hive been between the t)ige mii J Creek. The O-age dress resem ble the Pwnfe in almost r very pellicular, and the Cf'fki themselves suppo-eil iheir assailants t have been Pawoee M aba. Toe excitement is very great i i ih Creek nalio.-i. uuii various ru mors re bfl .t in regard to the affair. "Cap . Utmi.e, n a n as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 2 April 1845

V Ibanrlta intelligence hichVatn inKami b'yUhe last packet, that the State of Pennsylvania ha ni(i the interest of its dept fur the current six months. It is devoutly to be wished lor the credit of Amer ica in Europe, that the j-Hymeiii for ihe to com Oiay be punctual. . There is one regret to mar the alisfacation poor Sjdeny Smith is dead. , Pity that ha was not permitted t see the restoration f American credit and character, wich it tho-ighf, he anot a little insliumental l:i bringing about! The remittances oi the dividends have already Comelo hand." AGRICULTURAL '" " I "But of alt the pursuits engaged in bymen,none is pleasenter. none more profitable, none more wor-: Ihy of a freeman, than Agriculture.' .: : As the Spring ; advance?, the farmW will natural- j Jy inquire how hecan best repay himself from his I stock, for the trouble and expence ol keeping it j over the winter. V ter (oJ which, bv the why J rur market is about dilute,) is an important arti cle, and as everything wo...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 2 April 1845

A . , DOCTOR SMITH'S . Vni versity Pills, These Pill, are prepared by William M. the blood pore, the appetite good, the mind Smith, M. D. Ia:e Professor of Moterta Med. briniant. in a word, tho per80n healthy "iT " Lie U",ver8,,lr .Those who have sallow or yellow coontenan Erie, Ohio. Dr. Smith would ! say to the pubJc ma be aS8ured ,kt ,heir ,;veri, more or he, that Ml ofiering them this Pill, he presents ,e dj8ea8ed . an(J thatby taking the Persian no quack nostrum that will, by its irritating Piljs frequently, their skin will become clear effect upon the stomach and bowels create and fair their sfomach will be strengthened, disease where there wash-tie or none before, and they will have a healthy flow of pure bat one thai is .le, nnld, salutary, and am. bIoodf which wilj give the b'om of health form in its effects upon the system. iThnse who are inclined lo fever and ague. He would say thai fce has now spent twenty jy,iepeiat Cosiivenes. or who have an un years in research and in...

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