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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 May 1845

D nAMITfl EM WET Jil U2J0 v; ,;;: ..'. :i" -1 OUR XIBEETV 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 OUR OWN HANDS. , VOLUME II. VPSILANTI, (MICH.) WEDNESDAY MAY 14, 1845. NUMBER 16., THK YPSILANTI SENTINEL. .Will be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washtenaw Co. Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ; teITms. -" To Subscriber who pay in advance - To 44 who delay till after three months. 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. 37AI1 letters and ccommunications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. . , 0No paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. From tht Dollar Wetkly. A Bear Hunt in the San Saba Hills. " Concluded) 'All my logic wuuid'nl do. Sophise as I mig...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 May 1845

Lcfffelalirc StHtioMCirr.,, M j " "The editor of that paper (the Advertiser) while reporter, called for, and was furnished with more qiiH and paper, than any four Senators during the session, and then would satNT at us hard, if wo did not give him more than a quire at a time. Allegan Record, ' , It can be seen from this how sincero the Whig rditors are cm the score of extravagance. The whole truth is the whole stationery Mory is a hum bug of the Ogle kind, got up txpress'y for politi cal effect.--Jackson Patriot. A humbug, is it ? The appropriation bill is not a humbug. The Items in it fr stationery are not a humbug' Some 81,500 for the two houses are not a humbug. Some 8100 for the Senate alone are nut a humbug. These are stern (acts, unless the statute buok m a fraud and humbug. This money was.cerTainly appropriated, and now what was done with it? The Allegan Record says lint one of us as reporter was furnished with more paper nd quills than any four senutors, but noi hone much. W...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 May 1845

Staple of Mr. Sanford, not Insured.. On corner of Senica and Centre streets, a tenement belonging ito Mr. Pollock, occupied as a miliner shop and res dences, iusured for $300;Mrs. Clark's pui!ding ou Senica, insured for $3Q0. occupied for residence and Grocery store of A. D. Clark & Brother, $200 on stock; a double tenement on Senica oc cupied by Mr, Still and a colored family, no in surance, and two houses on rear, occupied by col ored families, no insurance. On centre street, the dwelling occupied by Mr. Davis, colored, no iu 8uranca, and the residence of Mrs. Fredrick, part ly bnrued, damage probably 8100, and not insur ed. Some eleven families were rendered house less by the conflagration, but most of them saved a largo share of their effects. " . A Deaf-Mute Wedding. We attended by in vitation at the Allen street Presbyterian Church, last evening, to witness a marriage ceremony, in which two deaf-mutes were the principals. The building was thronged with spectators. The Rev....

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 May 1845

DOCTOR SMITH'S . . J ITEALTIIY Families are those who use U TT y i mr Wills '" I-- " Resurrection ior Persian Pills." u ntv crs 1 1 y a . . ;They keep the 8tomach clean, the Rver free 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. ica and Pharmacy, In the University of Lake Toae wno have sallow or yel!ow coontenan Erie, Ohio. Dr. Smith would say to the pnb. Cf8 may be 08sure(j taat tneir liver is more or lie, that in offering them this Pttl. he presents egs diseased ; and that by taking the Persian mo quack nostrum that will, by us irritating rills frequently, their skin will become clear effect upon the stomach and bowels create nd fair (heir slomaCB wjl be strengthened, risease wherethera was liule or none before, and ,ney wilj nav0 a healthy flow of pure bat one that is safe, mild, salutary, and uni. r,00jf uJich will give the b'omn of health torm in its effe...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 May 1845

erv.s" s-.-J "-'', i.J fiVJ : : ipsnnAKi mi V -..:r.v-i f,t : h l-.M OUB 1IBEHTY A5D HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IN OUR OWN KEEPING, IP THEY ABE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OP PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OP DESIGNING -AMBITION AND BY CUB OWN HAND, ' .-s'.7 VOLUME II. VPSILANTI, (MICH.) WEDNESDAY MAY 21, 1845. NUMBElt 17. . THK . YPSILAJN TI SENTINEL. Will be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti 1 t-t Washtenaw Co. Michigan, . ... CHARLES WOODRUFF. s. : r EDITOft AMD PKOTKIETOK. ' ' TERMS. ' To Subscribers who pay in advance 'To ' who delay till after three months, t -s ' 152,00 2,50 RATES OF ADVERTISING. For one square, (14 linos) one insertion 0,50 , For every subsequent insertion .. . - , 25 A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. J3"A11 letters and ccommunicatious must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. - SjTNo paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. For the Ypailanti Sentinel. REFLECTIONS ON THE 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. — 21 May 1845

some other timeT l've beenToocarelessIettiiig uch things pas Without saving mare oil thu sub ject, but ' kuow why my buttons aint 9ewedon. I'm glad I'm not a man to get. into a. passion. 1 rhonld not like to go to. sleep in a passion -I've krpt very coo!, but 1(9 only owing to my baring said o little otuhis subject. r Its really aggravating lor a man's wife not to keep hi shirt m order. : And thus grumbling, Caudle fell asleep. . After this we should not. wonder tbat Mrs. C. should 'Jam hi buttons'' indeed. . . The Coat at Ti ievcs The ''Veritable coat of eur Savkir" which has caus ed so much disturbance in ihe German Ca iholie Church is thus decrilitd, jii lite Uetiran papers. . .. . The tunic irjwlf is described by an i y'witucss,-s a plain galmeiit the feet lung, aid between ihrte . and four t?ct wide, with short arms. The threads appear strong aitd hew, and sj artfully j lined to getber that lh eye can scarcely decide whether it is woveu r knitted with a' needle. The color canno...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 May 1845

black-board, a map of Michigan, one of Wash tenaw ' County; - Webster'a largo Dictionary, and the teacher Manual. Resolved; That the above be published in the ereral papers printed in this Count v. ' A. H. MARKHAM Ch'n. E.' L. AlKKN Secy Pittsfield May 2nd 1845. . Scicide. Further particulars of the Murder at Hoboken Mrs. Pennoyer committed suicide Great Excitement. Tuesday evening, about six o'clook, Mrs. Pennoyer, the sister of Mr,Scudder of whose murder she was accused, was found by the keeper of the prison at Jersey City. hanging by her neck, and dead. , . She had fastened her shawl to the 5lnve pipe, which ran through the cell about seven feet from the floor. Her ft el hung about four inches from the floor, and her back to the wall. She seemed composed during the day, and oo intimation was given of her intention. The keeper, who is a kind, humane man, had, a few hours previous, informed her that she would be removed to Newark, where more comfortable quarters would be provided. ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 May 1845

, DOCTOR SMITH'S University Fills .7 . Ihese rills are prepared dy wuiiam iu. Smith, M.D. late Professor of Moterta Med. , V - u 1 1 V 1 hose who have sallow 01 yellow countenan- Erie.Oh.o. Dr. Smith would . tai to the pub. c ma be 8ared tha, thir ,iver -s more 0f be, that In offering them this Pill, be presents )e df8ejujed . and thatby taki thc persian no quack nostrum that will, by us irritating pn,3 freqireml, their skin will become clear effect upon the stomach ar.d bowels create Jand fairf their slomach win be strengthened, nsease w here there was hrtle or none before,and lhey wm have a healthy flow of pure but one that is safe, mild, salutary, and m. bIood. which wil, give the uioom of heaHh form in us effects upon the system. Tbose who are inclined to fever aud "ague, He would say that he has now spent twenty 'dTspepsia. C09livene89, or who have an un years in research and investigation, directed pearil taste in their mouth in the morning, to the Paiho'.oev of disease, and t...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 28 May 1845

.1 I .;i J "1 IE. II J o OCR 1IBERTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ABE IN OVTt OWN KEEPING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNINIJ AMBITION AND BY tUtt OWN HAND?. VOLUME II. if PSILANTI, (MICH.) WEDNESDAY MAY 28, 1845. NUMBER 18. YPSILANTL SENTINEL. ;W'll be published everf Wednesday, at Ypsijanti Washtenaw Co. Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. - . . . EOITOK 1ND FKOrRIETOK. , , TERMS. -To Subscribers who pay in advance To who delay till after three months, 92,00 2,50 ' KATES' OF' ADVERTISING. : For one square, (14 linos) one insertion $0,50 -For every subsequent insertion 25 A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. UTAH letters- and ccommuuications must be aJdres to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. - ' . ETNo paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. - ' -. -From the United Sertiee Magazine. A Record of Iuriiau Warfare. . BY PERCY B. ST JOBS. CHAPTER I. The Deserted Village. Some f...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 28 May 1845

Physical Conll(ntioii of llic $1111. What are the spots ? Two, and only two, suppo- J anions nave oeen proposeu 10 explain mem. - u.ie tsupposes them to be scoriae, or dark scales of in combustible milter, floating on the general suifuce of ihe fcun. TWiher supposes" ihein to be ex. jy-lioiia in lli'fiiixini.iij ni.llur ..alt il.o I ,un,fhe fiark part ofthe spot being a Vwtt of the j De-.ler murtJer. afier admitting the laxity of the Solid non luminous nucleus f the sun. J.i ihia i l.iw and tho fearful indiffereuco with which the latter supposition it w 'assart -d that the physical commission of the most heinous crimes is viewed, cuot tuiiu.i of ihe sun is. a soid no -luminous j g;ve3 ,le rollowii.g reasons for ihts state of feel plobe, CMvcrtd with a coating of a certain thick-1 iicsd 4-1 luminous urai:er. t his use supposition nun oeen in great measure ueniuii-iruteu uy con turned a 1 J acenra'e tb crviitions on ihe ;ots. . . t . . .1 it rThul ihey are ncavj;io.:s, and nut mure p....

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 28 May 1845

by the stock-holders, all of whom, dent or non-resident in the province voice according to. the amount of Block held by them. He therefore very shrewdly recommends that each interest should strive to secure a major ity of the stock, and thus control the termini of the road. This is very well put, but we apprehend that our citizens at least will choose to wait until these points are definitely settled. The capital Mock 1,5003.030 or $3,000,000 in shares of $50 each. The probable coat of the road has been variously estimated at from $12,000 to"20,030 per mile, according lo the degree of so lidity and permanency of construction. Two other charters, according to the Buffalo Commercial, exist in the Province for connecting the E istern and Western Lakes. The first, com mencing at 6';indvieh, opposite Detroit, and ter Tninatiog at Fort Erie, opposite Buffalo. The other, commencing at Goderich.on Lake Huron, or Port Sarnia, opposite Fort Gratiot, at its outlet, nd terminating at Toronto on...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 28 May 1845

V - VBOCTOR SMITH'S vr. University JPilis. t,'. . t .t,M8 P"pared Dyjviiiiam ,u- omuD, oi. iJ. late 1'roJessor ot xvioterta AiearbrHian,. jna word the per30n healthy. ica and Pharmacy, in the University of .Lake,Thoae wLo have 8aow or yej;ow coantenan. Ene, Ohio. Dr. Smith would saj to the pub- ce mav .,, .j... their liver :s more or lie, that 'n oflenngthemtlusrnl.il presents es9 diseased ; and that by taking the Persian noqaack nostrum that will, by its irritating p,, freqent!y, their akin will become clear effect upoa the stomach and bowels create and fairj tficir stcmiich wiu bo strengthened, risease where there was Imle or none before, nnd.,hey wia .have-n healthy flow of pure hut one that is safe, mild, salutary, and uiu. blood, which will give the b'ornn of.health form in its effects upon the system. , ThP8e who are incl;ned to fcver nud ague, He would say that he has now spent twenty d7S,,Cpsia costivencss. or who have an un years in research and investigation, directed plea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 June 1845

D. ran Ao ; it OUB II BERT Y ASD HAPPINESS AS A NATION ABE IN OCR OWN KEEPING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL EE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIONINO AMBITION AND BY It'B OWN HAND. VOLUME II. YPSILANTI, (MICH.) WEDNESDAY JUNE 4, 1845. ISUMBEIt 19. ? TI1K 1 YPSILANTI SENTINEL. W11 be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti . Washtenaw Co. Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. EDITOK. AND MOUIETOR. teIois. To Subscriber who pay in advance To . who delay till after t three months, 93,00 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 the year. 37AI1 letters and communications must b address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. . - - - U"No paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. . From the Unittd Service Magazine. A Record of Indian Warfare. BY FE&CT B. ST JOB. (Concluded) The bu.'.dle proved to be a dozen of arrows tied up ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 June 1845

ed with the most marvellous promptness, 'That is ft stranger who has just come into society ;-he don understand French very well." Buffalo Pi lot. . From tht Soutkptrt Aaxtricau. -The Allcu Colony. We piblh"Im our first page, an account of a cominny of emigrants from W'escrn New York, nhi have united in the enterprise i f Colonizing in Wisconsin under circumstance; of novel inter est. One I. limited anl twetve persons, connected either by h!ord or mirriajie, till seeking a common home m our beautiful Teriitorr, with the design j if being peniianeuily unied m one community, that providing all the social, intellectual and reli-1 .... . . . . gnws rnvilijP! which ihey m;iy desire may be-1 comean iilj cn fjon: is.ien st undi ffoit. We musi r-iy th.it ili" plan ha. many ultrar.ive charms, and warnilv enlist ur s mpa hie Ir its ubundant success. -' . : - , The advance division of this company, about fifty in number, arrived livre on Monday on board the beautiful St. Louis after a p'ensanl...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 June 1845

OREGON. The proportion first made by ihe United States waa, lbalthj 49.h parallel of latitude which had been adopted aa the boundary line between their territory and that of Great Britain from the Luke of the Woodd io the Rocky Mountain, should be continued westward as far as the posession ofthe two countries extended in that direction thus of fering to resign-their claim to what lay farther north. This being rejected, it was agreed that as neither party claimed a perfect title to anv part of the country, the whole should be left free and open to the people of both countries for the period of leu years. . Within these ten years the title of Spain to all north of the 42 J parallel, was surrendered to the Uuited States; and Russia agreed to make no set tlements south ofthe latitude of 54 degrees 41) min utes. The American government thereupon pro posed an agreement, by which Great Britain sho'Jd make no settlements south ofthe 51st parallel, and the United Slates should make none nort...

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

-.-. 5 i j - DOCTOR SMITH'S .-. v-y. I TEALTIIY" Families are those who . use Utli v uCi I, n 4 if.' XX the Resurrection or Persian Pills." I. y f Thej keep the stomach clean, the liver free, These Pills are prepared by William M- the b!ood pure ,he appeIjte good, the.miiid 8nuh, M. D. late Professor of Moterta Med- brilliant; in a, word, the person healthy. n- aud Pharmacy, in the University of LakcjThoge who have sallow or yellow coumenan Liie, Ohio. Dr. Smith woold aav to the pub. efa may bc ag3Ured t.at ti)eir iiver js mrtre or lie, that o offering them tins Pill, he presents esj, ,tjgeaed . and ,ha, bJ ,akjng ln. Persian no quack nostrum thai will, by us irritating Pl,a frequently, .their skin will; become clear effect npo;i the stomach and bowels create opd fai (hei(. s1cniach wij be 8,rengthened, risease where thera was h0e or none before. nJ hey wi have a )eai,Ijy flow of ,ure but one that is s.fe, mild, salutary, and um. bJotjdi w!iu.n wilI giTe ,he bi0m 0f health form in i...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 11 June 1845

ir7' -r' :: . ' j,- . -V , MKt'A ill D. EMIT EM IEE Y Jtd Jo .v.i.,, 1 w ; OTJH 1IBEKTY ASD HAFFIXESS AS A NATION AXE IN OUR OWN KEEPING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT Will. BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY 8PIKIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DEsioNlNG AMBITION AMI BY tUR OWN HANDS. , ' , volume ii. v .:' v "".':' ' . itsilanti, (mich.) Wednesday june n, i s is." ; - number o- THK YPSILANTI SENTINEL. "Will be published every Wednesday, at Ypailanti Washtenaw Co. Michigan, . j i r. , CHARLES WOODRUFF. .'.' editor and raoraiiTOK. To Subscribers who pay in advance To who delay till after three months, . , , 2,00 2,50 7 ' 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. DAll letters and (.'communications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. DNo paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid: v;-w : .. - - POETRT. ml . : The ,8uu :. . Like a v...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 11 June 1845

f To Emigrant. -The 6'iate or Michigan is confidently believed to afford greater inducements, arid- a more j ample field for teitlers than any portion of the western country. In support of this position, and for the purpose,, f giving lo the public, correct' informa tion in regard to a particuUr portion of the Slate represented by the above diagram; The follow ing fuels are stated for the benefit of those who aio about cniigr.ring to the West. Mors' School Geography, published by the Mcasr. II irper vf New-York, 1513, puaks of (ho State ui Michigan, thus: Michigaii,"Pn the centre of ihegreat - American iaki;j, is unsurpassed, in advantages lor commerce, by any inland Siu'. in the Unio.i. "The population increased from less than 5000 iu IH 10. to more than 200.00U m 1840. The soil H very Unite, and favorable to English grains, but wheat is the staplo produc tion.," . ' ' : 'Copper abiuuds in the upper or Northern Pe ninsuU; nqi.ric fowl, and wild game abound and white i fish caught i...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 11 June 1845

3 CaTifokniI. mvoturAUthefSlaUredSy Jor ' Annexations tlV, J'tAVnWv " ' California. The revolution is progressing in Upper California,. aud the Mexican authorities have been driven from thtl portion of the Repub lic. . The Revolutionists were about orgauiiing a republican government, whh a President and a representative legislature, modelled after the legis lature of the United Slates. The revo'ution in Upper Cal ifornia, is said u have been commenced without the Joss of a single life. The people in formed the Governor that his exactions were cru el, oppressive, and contrary to those principles of enngnienea government, which prevail among the most intelligent and prosperous nations. They asked a withdrawal of certain proclamations and laws, issued by order of the .Mexican government. They had ho part in the enactment of those laws, and could not acknowledge the right of any body of men to impose laws upon them, without their knowledge of consent. The governor treated the people wit...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 11 June 1845

1 . i-jr-rr-rr Si? fc u Ji Wl' ' u-c ' r -i .c- '--- i : .-.DOCTOR SMITH' I'S , f r .If rEALTII V Faurilies are those who: nse i rls.i . .. r. : r. :-,. Pill.H r"H iGCV SI I.Ef JL.lli Th k . 8lomaci, eican, the liver free, These Tills are prepared by William M- the blood p,ire, the appetite good, the mind Smith. M. t. Ive Professor of Moterta M'ed- brilliant; in a word, the person healthy. iea. and Pharmacv, iri the " University ot LaKe Those, who have sallow ot yellow countenan Erie' Ohio." Dr, Smith would saj to the pu-',ceg may be assured that their liver is more or lie that in oflcring them this Pilhhe' pjescn?9 ,eWdiseaf?cd ; aridthat'by takfng'the Persian no quick nostrum thai wilf, by us irritating 1ill3 freqnent!y. their skin will become clear -... ti. t nm.ip.lt ana nowcis create ,t r,r iKnir eirtmaclr wilt lie ,re isuibubv, iseae where there was li'lle ornon before, iind ,,ey wi, have,(n iiealthy fiow, of pure ut one" that isstle, mild, salntary.' 'aiid urn. y00(, , wvich ...

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