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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 April 1845

o Uil 1L' 1 i.-: i. M - - -ii ;. OUH "LIBERTY A3D HAPPINESS AS A NATION ABE IN OTK OWN KEEPING, IF TIIEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON Tftfc ALT AS OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE fcF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY CUR OWN HANDS. . VOL.UJIE I- VPSILANTI, (M1CI). WEDNESDAY APRIL 9, 1845. NUMBER I. ' f J , .- .... , t THE ..... .... . , . . , ,YPSILANTI SENTINEL. W11 be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washtenaw Co Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. '-' ' ' :. . ' EDITOS AND ?0PAIET0R. ' V TERMS. . To Subscribers wr.j pay ui advanee To, who delay till after three months, v a,oo 2,50 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 the year. 0A11 letters and communications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive Attention. - 0"No paper will be discontinued until . all arearages are paid. ' j---: It i not always Slay. - All things are new the buds the leaves. Th...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 April 1845

AGRICULTURAL "But of all O purtuitt en-sjed in by men, none pleasanler, none more profile, none more wor thy of a freeman, than lAgrirJture.': f , ; , AGR ICULTUR AL SCHOOL .' Professor Johnstone said.that circumstances hav ing brought Mime ofilieir friends to Glasgow who Merc cquaini. d wuh ihenuljYct. the meeting had been called to receive some" information on the point, w hether elementary in school could be MdviiiiiMgenuslv uduuti-d in' relation to Agricultural Chemistry." -Some bucFJouu: on this point',' and leqiiirrJ information, which i hey would.' obtain from some t4 ibetr English and Irish friends, the latter of whom, had brought several boys. from their school tu be n-mnud by the meeting. Toeie were ihri points to which he wished to di rect tleir attention. : It it were possible before Iwy left the ordinary school-, to instruct them in agricultural science whether that information ou!d be Communicated wtthuui interfering with the ordinary cnurae of umiru.-iiou, and with sa...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 April 1845

f r ltlVttt 5"erouj; I repeat 1 waive it. I (Knars or liiughterV ; TK. wi k j I . m,k hU?,nder here 8nea f court amid j mucn merriment, and the artist, bowing to 'the commissioner, retired in nn enviable stale of men tal exultation and triumph v-':,- . . - V Tender Expostulation . When last I attempted your pity to move, - Why seemed ynu o deaf to my prayers? er,,ap3 ?011 right to dissemlle"ytur"love, . .'J But why dil yim lick me down stairs! -- Foreign Relations -r'Wuliihe annexation of Texas our foreign re. latinna have no right to interfere" Inaugural. 1 -Wnat n"w "Qiiidnuic to Patrick O'Shane, our foreign delations, and what about Spain? xji onr loreign relations cried Pat. with a tear, 0W ihey're hanging them t:p by the dozen my dear. Nodonbtofit. The Editors of ihe Courier and the Picayune, met in mortal combat, according to the 'code of honor'. The Courier's pistol mist-cd fire. Pic's ball carried away the Courier's thumb. The seconds interfered, and harmmy was rc stored. , ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 April 1845

T-V"T-ir OM ITtlin IV uuoiuu omiiuo , - University JRHtS. . , .... These Fills are prepared bv William M. Bmith, M. D. late Professor of Moterta Med- brilliant; in a word, the person healthy. ica and Pharmacy, in the University of Lake Those who have 8aiow or yel'ow coantenan Erie, Ohio. Dr. Smith would say to the pub- 8 maf be assured that their liver is more or , ...a. -.. v..c,...3 . less diseased ; and that by taking tlxo rersian no quack nostrum that will, by its irritating Pi8 frequently, their skin will become clear effect npon the stomich and bowels create and fair, ,heir stomach will bo strengthened, disease where ihere as It'ile or none before, und (heJ, wi hav8 a nealthy flow -0f para but one tlinf i se, n.il.l, salutary, and urn. boodt wnich wiIj give 1he bVm of health form m Its effect upon ihe system. Thee who are incV:ne& lo fever Bod ague. He would say ihai he ha now spent twenty d s ia C08l!venc. or who have an un years i research and invcs-nra-tun directed plea...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 April 1845

WIPSIJLAEnF'fl Ao OUB LIBERTY AND HAPPINESS AS A STATION ARE IN OUR OWN KEEPING, IP THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OP PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY t UR OWN HANDS'. VOLUME II. VPSILANTI, (MICH.) WEDNESDAY APRIL 16, 1845. NUMBKIt 12. THK YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Will be published ever Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washtenaw Co. Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. KDITO& AND M.0H.1ET0K. TElTilS. To Subscribers who pay in advance To who delay till after $2,00 3,50 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 the year. XT A 11 letters and ceomrmiiiications must b address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. U"No paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. Two Passages iu tbe Life of a Delle. We extract the following sketches from the in imitable Dickens. Though ficticious, they are Admirably dr.wn pictures...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 April 1845

A G UICULTUn A L T . i r' - ifp't'asanfrr.xoMinnrcprofuUe, nti'e n.ore iror- t y of a freeman, than tgriciiUurc.''1 ; ' v : r., Z . LsLer of James S'lirril. of PjiJ.jy; StaUn.l. Oil lI;'t:iO. Pat '.v:v. J1.' .vcut'jrr '22. H12. I'm: T.u- l-i..i-i,-,.r.-rui.iM,t wt h M.i:,tHM vtmlwii:4 iiM:,.w .,1 dMr.v. ri the r,w f l mi linr-y t m'ij m t:e s iw; i.l'la- -ais. .i m:;i ; 1 1 I . .i tli .t iiKt-M'rtii ivf piir- VI''''1 ' iU'' '.'hi t'O tl' M ' 1 C"ll-CT U'l. nr if it i,r ... t,,.! i. ..i i-j,! It.i-ii ii l-ng t., j .., , ri(, .,. H:i ,, nlloupd avy.N n:!,-. f ;, ,., s r,. 1 ,!,,.,, f.fe" mh. rd:aflS u t,.U ,V, ,,, " h.nl la... lea l-r 70 j i ir ,',fi fmv 1,1,.., ,.r, .,f,:,d futiod i hit ths;v,m heiti- l.,.,ie.l n-nfi iV iViL.v in year, uCit r.'-iunkilly -i.r.i.. atd helthy. au id i 111,1 1 t,'.n ...... I I. 1. ...... .. ... t .( . 1. ... ' .. .. - j ...... .rT .111.1 l"llll'IUCU till: . k iiL.iJ ,ir tiif is; s vi- irs; anJ t ie icsuJt l-s, in V fy ii.M:iiit e, In en qt-a ly favorable...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 April 1845

COERECTED WE ELY FOR THE SENTINEL written without instruction's, from lluse interested I V p S i 1 a II tiProducc Market III 1Vinir tha ImK . t .... ,u uuiii wiuirraicu : - - 1 "i have just returned from the Swallow. Th?y are fish iug out dead botW all th tin.p. I saw ten women ihut were orowned. Thev think tha: about aix'y are drowned. : ' Yours in hns! .'TY J.T. HARRIS." ... Tuesday, P. M Capt. Sq'lier of course is blnnvd by no one the captains on ih Hudson having nothing n d,. With piloting the boats th it duly devolving on h pilot. So if any o;:eis to h'ami' it is the pilot, and a coroner's jiry ban said that he was no the . . W . I. l i . . w guv utruig smiarK ne eii:n not see.- i: appears K iv.. lY iL.. I I J . ' !-, iitcn, nidi nesr.nu a nave stopped, notwith standing the imp-.r uniries .f a few hot-headed passengers, who ..I jected to bh so doi , because they d!d not wish io net ir.to New York Lrliind WOOL . ' ." - 3 fl 3 I the Rochester' Capt. Squire is still on board of th...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 April 1845

DOCTOR SMITH'S IH ' y T ,.,,. These Fills are prepared by William M. bmith, M. B. Ia:e Professor of Moterta Med.abr;n;Mt; in a wor(jt the person healthy. if and Pharmacy, in the 'University of Lake .Those who have sallow or yellow coontenan Ene, Ohio. Dr. Smith would say to ihe pub-'Cf9 may be snred that their liver is more or lie, that n ottering ihem tins Pill, he presents ,e88 ji8eased . and that by taking ihe Persian q:iack nostrum that will, by us irritating pg frequently, their skin will become clear effect upon the stomach and bowels create and fhir ,hejr sl0mach will be strengthened, disease where ther was li'tle or none before,'an(j ,hey will have a healthy flow of pure but one lhat is sife, milJ, salutary, and uni. blood, which Will give the b'om of health form in it effects upon the system. Thnse who are inclined to fever nud ague, lie would say that he ha now spent twenty dyspepsia, cosiiveness. or who have an un years iii research and inves'iira'ion. directed pesant tas...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 23 April 1845

M TP II M IE 73 Id Ao OUR XIBEETY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE 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 HAND.. VOLUME II. iTSILANTI, (MICH.) WEDNESDAY APRIL 23, 1845. NUM BElt 13. D mm mi 1 I- TIIK YPSILAJSTI SENTINEL. Will be published ever Wednesday, at Ypsitanti Washtenaw Co. Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. , . . . EDITOR AND PaOPBIETOR. TERMS. To Subscribers who pay in advance To; who delay till after three months, $2,00 3,50 RATES OF ADVERTISING. ' For one square, (14 fines) one insertion $0,50 ' For every subsequent insertion 25 A liberal deduction made o those who advertise by the year. . Xj"AI1 letters and ceommunications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. 'j ' CNo paper will be discontinued until all arearagea re paid. FOIZTll Y. From the New York Tribune. STANZAS, Miss Mart S. Dwight, of Stotkbridge, Massachu setts, one of the teachers of the...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 23 April 1845

t hut nose. Heat lust comprehended that she wUhed a surgical supply of this member to her do tiuded fact , but he shook his head to despair. The scene of abandonmeo to grief w hich imme diately followed, was, ha declares, w holly indescri bnhie. She threw herslf on the floor i.i n agony of convulsive despair. The surg.oii departed next day for Vienna, mid thi her the lady followed him. Anuthcr interview with her and some of her rel ative, eided in hi giving his uitentioii to me. what could b done. He ca'lcd together a few mechan ical arliMtf, and ihu first result ws a false palate and set of teeth which ei:bld her to chew and articulate diti:.ctly. After a few months more he pticceeded in drawing the kul over a frame nose, and finally he has tenl her into tho world, not bead It fu I but at the same lime not hideous. She fre qientrf bull and ojwTas wi:hoiit a veil, and by the aid of ft wers in her hiir end other udoruments, jatee without uttrr.cti i; extraordinary attention in public...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 23 April 1845

The passengers pnblisb a card, in which Ihev rrinprv. ns hft thnnorht. tn run forward. testify ihallho accident w as one of those unfore-i :r Y onnanul K in man nrnrlAilM rnn 11 I ... een calamities that no hu nan prudence . could prevent: Timoa ot geueri calamity and confusion have ever been productive of ihe greatest minds. The purest ore is produced from the holest furnace and the brightest thunderbolt is elicited from the darkest storm. run the locomotive a contrary direction, causing it to back into the river. phil. Ledger. CuiNa. It is generally known, that his" celestial maiestv the emperor of China has a band of musicians in his service, whose leader is a german. The leader, not being satisfied with his salary, presented, after a successful performance, a petition to the emqeror, BONNER $ LEE, A Touching incident. During the late ses sioo of congress, a young man, deformed , and al most helpless, had been permittep to occupy i niche in the lobby leading-to the hall of the Ho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 23 April 1845

1 DOCTOR SMITH'S . f TEALTIIY Families are those who nse tTn Mi mg f ti Pi Ha tn Resurrection or Persian Pills." . unt vet si ty ' . They keep lhe i(omach cleant the liTer frCe, These Pills are prepared by William M. the blood pure, the appetjte good, the mind Smith, M. D. late Professor of Moterta Med- brilliant; in a word," the person healthy., ica and Pharmacy, in the University of Lake Those who have sallow or yellow coontenan Erie, Ohio. Dr. Smith would say to the pub- ce8 may be asgurej that their liver is more or lie, that in offering them this Pill, he presents e diseased ; and that by taking the Persian Bo quack nostrum thai will, by its irritating pjjs frequently , their skin will become clear effect upon the stomach and bowels create an(j fa;r) thejr stomach will be strengthened, disease where thera was h'lle or none before, and they will have a healthy flow of pure but one that is site, mild, salutary, and uni. blood, which will give the b'oom of health form in its effec...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 April 1845

EMI A 6 OUR 1IBERTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATIOlt AE IN OUR OWTI KEEPING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTV SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY CUR OW N IIAMS. VOLUME II. fPSILANTI, (31JCH.) .WEDNESDAY APRIL 30, 1845. NUMBER 14, 1 V) THK yPSlLAJSTI SENTINEL. I vUl be published ever .Wednesday, at Ypailarrti CHARLES WOODRUFF. 'ElftTOE AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS. To Subscribers who pay in advance 'To who delay till after "three months. 3,50 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 .he year. UTAH letters and communications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. SZTNo paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. POETRY. From the Native American. A SOXG. Austere was my air, And haughty my brow. I suppressed, then, (he care That oppresses me now. 1 meet thee with boldntss. Undaunted, unmoved, "With ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 April 1845

1 cKooTto go otit as a !a(Iv. Oh ! thai rata if it isu't enough resk in the windows. "Ugh ! I (in look forward with dread for tomor row! IIoit am 1 to eo to mother's I'm sure I can't tell. But if I die, HI do it. No, sir : 1 1 wou i borrow an umbrella. lo ; ana you snan t buy out. (With great empliasis) Mr Caudle, if yuubrug home another umbrella, Til throw it in the street. I'll have my own umbrella, or none at aH. ' '; ' ' : Ha !.and it was only lost we k J bad a new nozzle put to that umbrella. Tin sure it' I'd have fcitowo a mu-h as t d now, it might have gone irMbettt nnf.r me. Paying for new nozzles, for ther people to laugh ai you. .Oh, it's ll very -well fir you you can go to -sleep.' You've- no thought of jour poor patient wile, and your own dear chihhen. . You think of nothing but lending . umdrellas! - Men, indeed! Call themselves lords uf the creation! pretty lords, ' whcu they Can't even l;ke care of an umbrella!-'. " ul know thai walk to-morrow will be the death ef me....

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 April 1845

s - to tonexatioo oa the terms proposed 6v the joint resolutions, while the Hudson Telegraph nd tfal-j veston iVetM ttioogly advocate annexation on those terms. ' In reference to the anxiety evinced by many per sons to ascertain whether General Houston is in fa vor of the 'annexation," the Netts says that a gen tleman of Montgomery county has recently had an interview with General Houston, and reports tat the General is bending beneath the whirl wind ol public opinion. The Netcs adds: ? " ; '''' ' He does not openly oppose the measure, and his non-committal course has induced his friend to declare positively that he is i;ow in favor of the ' measure. He bus stated that he prefers Mr. Ben ton's bill to Brown's; but the indifference he man ifested indicated that he is willing to accept of ilie terms as offered, trusting to ihe magnanimity and honor of a succeeding Congress to remedy any defect that may exist in the resolutions lately a dopted. The Red Lander gives a report of a meetin...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 April 1845

DOCTOR SMITH'S 7f ti t e i Wills ' 111 U lit V CrSliy A'lllS. These Pills are prepared by William M. the blood pure, the appetite good, the mind Smith, M. D. late Professor of Moterta Med- brilliant; in a word, the person healthy. ira and Pharmacy, in the University of Lake Those who hare sallow or yellow coontenan Erie, Ohio. Dr. Smith would say to the pub- Cf , raar j,e a88Ured that their liver more or lie, that mi oHering them this Pill, he presents e9, diseased ; and that "by taking th Persian n i quack nostrum thai will, by its irritating pjjja frequently, their skin will become clear effect upon the stomach and bowels create and fair, their stomach will be strengthened, disease where there was Imle or none before, amj lney will have a healthy flow of pure but one that if afe, mild, salutary, and uui. blood, which will give the b'oom of health form in it effects upon the system. Those who are inclined to fever aud ague, lie would sny tliai netia now spent twenty dyspepsia, cosi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 7 May 1845

4 " " . ..... , . ' ... ,..' '..- ITEM ran 2l o OUK 1IBEBTV A?fD HAPPINESS AS A NATION ABE IN OCR OWN KEEPING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT. THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNIKU AMBITION AND BY LUR OWN HAND?. VOLUME II. YPSILANTI, (MICH.) WEDNESDAY MAY 7, 1815. NUMB Ell 15. THK YPSILANTI SENTINEL. WI1 be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washtenaw Co. Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ... . TERMS. , To Subscribers who pay tn advance To . who delay till aiier $2,00 2,50 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 Of he year. CAll letters and ccommuoications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. H3No paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid.- From the Dollar Weekly. A bear limit in the Sau Saba Hills. Several years since, the accidents of a wand- tiering li...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 7 May 1845

HOrcilTIl TnJGWS 1 O . ! IMPORTANT DEBATE ON OREGON. Housk or Lobus. " April 4th Midnight. Lord Clarendon, 10 the House of Lords, intra duci'd the aubp-ct of the Oregon territory, iu order to elicit from the Government kmac infor mation MS to our relations with the United States iimhi ittit question, and ihu couise it was intended to pursue in -case Congress," acting upon the ex pressed opinion of the I esident, should proceed to take possession oi'the cou.it ry, or to annex it to the United Slate. His Lordship, a fie r briefly no ticing the cor duct of America toward Texas, and the oxtraoiduiary lenns in winch Mr. Polk had dt-clared the unequivocal light of the United States to the whole territory. tcm;crately reviewed The giuuuds on which the BntUh clams arefuon ded, and concluded by expressing Avis anxious hope, that while whatever could be justly c'uimcd should be readily conceded, the Government would not shrink frni vindicating, if necessary, the na. lion's honor, or upholding...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 7 May 1845

P Rail Roads and the Tariff. The Buffalo Cou rier follows the Evening Post riant into the follow, ing blunder, after the Post itself has been driven out, of it: "Railroad Iron can be obtained in Great Britain at $25,1-2 per ton." QOo iWis jact the Post lately preached a pathetic sermon, which the Courier works over and endor ses. Nw hefact h, that Railroad Iron was worth 12 sterling a ion in Eu-xland at the litest dates received when ihe Post wrote its arirle, and is 12 10. by ihe advices via. ihe Great Western ediial to $60 1 2 first cost in n Egland, while A merican Iron mis ers are now turning ont good Rails nnder contract at a Icm price. Put on the freight and chaeges, wiih a 20 per cent, revenue duty, and the Lngljsh Railroad Iron would cost about $0 a ton in New York r any part of the country. But for the protective features of our Tariff every tou of Iron laid down in our country this season, and for an indefinite time to come. (unless previously contracted for at a lower pri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 7 May 1845

:'v" DOCTOR SMITH'S"-'-" I F rEALTHY" Families are those who" use , rr mm o z d i 11a ih Resurrection or Fersian Pills." f f 1 1? CI 8 t 1 1 Xhey keep the, stomach cloan, the liver free, These Pills ore prepared by William M. the blood pure,' the appctjt good, the mind Smith, M. D. late Professor of Motcrta Med- brilliant; in a word, the person, healthy. iea and Pharmacy, in the University of Lake Those who have sallow ot yel!ow toontenan Krie, Ohio. Dr. Smith wru'd sav to the pub- CFg m3y a99ared tfcat their liver is more or lie, that 'n offering them this Pill, he presents CB9 diseased ; and that by taking the Persian j quick nostrum thai will, by its irritating pj, frequently, their skin will become clear effect upon the stomach and bowels create an(j fafr ,ncjr stomach will bo strengthened, disease where ther-1 was li'tln or none before. nnj (,ey will have a healthy flow of pare but one 'that is nfe, mil. I, salutary, and uni. i,0od, which will give the b'om of health form iu it...

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