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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 18 June 1845

rm :J3d Jo OCK 1IBEBTY ASD HAPPINESS A8 A RATION ARE IX 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 tUB OWN HANDS. VOLUME II. Tin: YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VV1I be published ever; Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washtenaw C- Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. . EDITOK AND PROFKlETOK. TERMS. To Subscribers who pay in advance To ' - who delay till after three months. 32,00 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. !D"A11 letters and ccoriimunications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive I attention. Q"No paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. From lit Godey'a Magazine and Lady Book ACKNOWLEDGING A DECT. B7 T. 8. ARTHUR. ' According lo the previsions of an act of Assem bly in a neighboring state, an insolvent debtor, on giving up his property, is released f...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 18 June 1845

itt Un mvwerfwfiJM-MwHrft it in my retton tasr nigh; and 1 sent it to you this morning V 'Really, Mr. Clackabout, you talk like a man who has lost hi senses' ' V f 1 ReHr, Mr. Cabbl.-ton, your cffrnnteVy, )- too much l bear, you will :uuke ame piece of work of if, and get yowrself iota a. hobble, I ad rise you to sh w a little mire understanding.' W-ivh thpoe punning allusion lo Beau' fancied infirmity. Mr. Ulackabaul walk d ,., . - Poor BibMetnn was utterly confmnd-d ot be ing snubbed antl browbeaten in ihisTuctmipehenr sib!e iiwn'ner.; llut .this was c.ikes ami ginger bread to what fdinweu, frjhe Mss C!ackal.uts krot lbociel iu usual ;way; that is,rih-y told il in confidence to alt their iicq lau tuuce;.uud the ronnrqiier.eo wa.-.lhe greatest rout and s ir among the beau monde that ever tvna h, Boston.. - - MwsTif'uflety, w hooi Beau had engaged to mar jy.baim; his sevjutearuh flune, w ui sh lcked on hearing the intelligei.ee, thit she- called fur Inrti faoxa. and wd she wuuld nev...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 18 June 1845

i is Commodore Stocktons intention's to look in at Osrpos Christi," Drazos, Santiago, and perhaps : other points on the coast. The Houston Star gires the following intelli pence in relation to some rumored movements or ihe Mexican f.rce. . - - "Within a few days we havo - received intelli gence from a respectab'e soirce,lh.nf these troops have approached the Rio Grande, and that it is currently reported in Mexici that they nro t.i be stationed cast of that river. It is said ihul the Mexican government is determined to take posses ion of thf country west of the Nueces, and when the measure of annexation is cotisumated. she ivillj appeal to the world and declare that as the terri o-' ty west of tho NiycoM, is in possession .of her ar my, tho claim of Texas t it is void.- Information has recently been received at Corpus Chrisli, in xlicative of a deep game of treachery on the part of Mexico. Wo nre happv to state here that ar rangements have baen made In obtain accurate in formation of...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 18 June 1845

' Vr' DOCTOR 'SM ITH'3 " j Vui versi ty Pills. These Pills are prepired by William M Smith, M.lXIa:e Professor of Moterta Med' ica and Pharmacy, in the University of Lake Erie, Qbio. - Dr. Smith would say to the pnb lie that in ofteiing them this Pill, be presents ,no quack nostrum (hat-will, by its irritating effect upon the stomach and bowels create . risease where there was It' tie or none before, .but one that is safe, mild, salutary, and uni. j form in iis t-ffects upon the system. He would say that he has now spent twenty years in research and investigation, directed to the Paihnlogy of disease, and the proper, lies of medicinal substances, and their adap tation to the removal of maladies to which -' flesh is heir. As the resul; of these labors he is now able to give to he public a com bination of medicinal vegetable substances, which is as near perfection as careful study ." and close, investigation, tests and experiments : can bring iu lie would say to physicians, as well as...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 25 June 1845

1 SMTP EMU Id ':..! -.1 OUR llBEHTY AND HAPPINESS A3 A NATION ABE IW OUR OWN KEEPING, IP 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. VPSILANTI, (MICH.) WEDNESDAY JUNE 25, 1845. NUMBEii 22. THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. it Will be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washtenaw Co- Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. EDITOK AND PROrEIETOK. V" . '. terms. . To Subscribers who pay in advance To ' "..T who delay till after I three months, "' . . $2,00 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 he year. XT" All letters and ccommunicationa must too address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. UNo paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. For the Ypsilanti Sentinel. OLD BRIXDLE. OR DISHONESTY DISTANCED. Near the old fashioned French town of St. R. Canada East, a at...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 25 June 1845

This road would have aii advantage over all other tn the cost of freight, having no interest or. cost of construction to provide for... Merchandize may be transported upon it, for less than a half cent per too per mile, costing, from Oregon ;to Lkj Michigan less titan $12 pr ton w eight, pno lou weight bdng t quat to 2 to "2 1-4 tons meas urement of teas or such lik merchandiseit would cost less thin ?G" for the transportation of one ton measurement of teas from the Pacific u the Lnkes sud would in-.ike aavi.ig of m re than 6 ru'ioth -: .ii.i i p .i . i i i .l ' limes on an me utisiacss at omn ivigianu hihi me United Slide wtth'China, '&c, for instance, a veft sails frnna the United Stn:es or from Eng land introm March to May (tater will not do on ccoa;;t oft ho nio;noo;is tit Ihe Chinese seas) ar riving at China from Jane to September, and must uit ii November or December f r th- ir crop; return, arrive in Anland vr the United Slates in March or May, ubseut ten or twefve wnnths...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 25 June 1845

4 OUR MISCELLANY. Attempted Arsox. Some scoundrel attempt ed, a few nights since, to burn the office of the Rochester Democrat. A door leading to a garret. r&3 forced open, and a bunch of Matches placed inside. Fortunately, the fire went out of itself. 000(1 Saturday last, Mr. luhn Blackburn, vrhu was employed in the rice mill, at the corner of Jefferson and South streets. New Yoik, ntternp. ting to oil the machinery, as it is supposed. was caught in the fly-whael, and so much bruised that he was not expected to recover. 0OA young lady, about sixteen, the victim of faithlessness on the part of her lover, c-mmiltcd suicide in Philadelphia, n few day since, by taking corrose sublimate. Pilot. GCGirls, beware of transient young men. Never suffer the address of a stranger. Recol lect that one good fanner's boy, or industrious mechanic, is worth more than all the floating Hash in the world. The allurements of a dandy Jack, with a gold chain about his neck, a walking s'.ick in his paw...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 25 June 1845

M DOCTOR SMITH S , Uni rtrfit i ttl Ptilk. " yiltVCI Sliy These Pills are prepared by William M Smith, M. D: la!e Professor of Moterta Med ica and Pharmacy, in the University of iak Erie, Ohio. Dr. Smith would say to the pub- lie, that in offering them this Pill, lie presents no quack nostrum that will, by its irritating effect upon the stomach and bowels create risease vt here there wss li'tle or none before. but one that i safe, mild, salutary, and mi. - form in its effects upon the system. He would say that he ha now spent twenty years in research ami investigation, directed pie8ant taste in their mouth in the Kiorning, to the Pathology of disease, and the proper. 8houij u?e (hese pills, for they cleanse the ties of medicinal substances, and thtir adnp sumach 80 effectually, that the breath be Ution to the removal of maladies to which comea perfectly sweet." Farents and all otli ffesh is heir. As the resuh of these labors erg shou!d bear in mind that they are an ef beisnow able t...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 July 1845

i t C I LIILAI jHMl OUB 1IBEETY AND UAPPIKE3S AS A NATloV AE IN OCK OWN KEEPING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY 8PIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNINU AMBITION AND BY CUR OWN ITAKns. "'i'T.Ci . VOLUME II. - ' : THE '': YPSILANTI SENTINEL, - Will be published everv Wednesday, at Ypailanti Washtenaw Co. Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS. To Subscriber! who pay in advance $2,00 To who delay till after three months, .-'" -i : ,,50 ... rates of Advertising.' ',. "!Forone square, (14 lines) one insertion 0,50 - - "For every subsequent insertion 25 ' A, liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. 0"AU letters and (.'communications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. ' 0N!o paper will be discontinued until all arearages -re Daid. Of every description neatly executed at the Sentinel Office. ' OREGO. AND CALIFORNIA. To tha Editor of the St: Louis New Era. . . Dear Sir: I have recently arrived in...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 July 1845

THE SENTINEL YPSILANTl. WEDNESDAY 'JULY 9.' 1845 TO CLUBS OF .SUBSCRIBERS r Five copies of the Sen in e! forwarileJ 4o one lVt Olnoe. cas'i in AJrar.ce. fof " ' $3 Teo copiea for $15 "AGENCY Mr." V. B. fVim-r, tienl Estate anJCoat Office, tiiit:f N. 3J aitd CUeainut meeta, PlnlixJcIpliia th Co! VtTtcr, Tnhuno Cuilums New Yoik, S. E. Corner Ualunorc and Culvert sis. B-duuiare. No 12 t&ta' n r-et Boton. r u"The8e ol our vi'.lrge aulst ribeia who have bet r. unhe Ut r tectivittg the.r P-Pers by 'the Carrier by. and t receive ilierti will ' p'ease to inform us, vy3"The - Seniu.t I u ill .perceive Ironi QUI lending tdilori-tl that ihe m v ,i Jteience be tween us is in the meai.s of t'ff cli!g h g'veu ob jrtrfc,'we shall tii-t argue the abslracl q'les'tion fur ther knowing that --t .-.'. , .- : j.: - , ,A man convi.'icvtl against Lis will .. I oflLe sauit opinion aiiil. ' 4. ;: : . - Evening Express. Wo douU tint the Expre speaks ihe truth above with regard to tin? views wj have enter...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 July 1845

.0" Lewis A Hall has so far recovered from the effects of his wounds ns to be able lo resume Ihe duties of his' station in the Dank. We an. nounce With unalloyed pleasure, for he is a young man who command the respect and love of our citizens, lie is unable to walk rapidly even a short distance, without bringing on a weakness, but at moderate paee has walked over a mile. In every other respect he t in perfect health. Neither of the balls have yet been extracted, and his wound are completely healed. These facts will probably keeps Wells from, the galiows, but they do not lessen his enormous crime.-il'e Gaz. The good prop'e of England do all that in them lies to make iheir kin;; a puppet j mid then wiih their usual consistency deleft him if he m not what they would makn him. and dpi him if h i. Enterprise, " The citizens of Ypiluuii and vicinity are re spetfully reqiesud to melat Larzelere's building on Saturday next, at 4 o'clock P. M. to take into consideration the subject of a cana...

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 July 1845

DOCTOR SMITH'S rrlis' as'.... wr; - These PiUs are prepared by William 31- Hmit.li, M.D. In:e Professor of Moterla Med lea and Pharmacy, in the University of Lake irie, unto., ur, rmiiu wcuiu saj 10 mho pun.. CM maT assured ti:at theif liver la more or lie, that n offering them this Pill. ( he, j.rescnts je9 diseased; and that by taking th'-s Persian no quack nostrum that will, by its irritating pjj, freqHcm?, tbeir skin will become clear effect upon the stomach and bowe's create ond fair, their stomach will bo strengthened, risease where there was li'tle or none before, un(j ,,ey wjjj jlBVa a healthy flow of pare butane that is sale, mild, salutary, and uuKtigf,,- which will give the bVm of health form in it fleet upon the .em. Those who ate - inclined to fever and ague, He would say that he has now spent twenty rf.-epepsia,: cosiivene6si or who have an tin-, rears in' research and investigation, directed j,easant taste in their inotith in the Morning, to the Pathology f disease, u...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 July 1845

1 o-3 ! " 1 mi I V " V,rV' :-.r.d ?.. -I V OUR 1IBERTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IN OUR OWN KEEPING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL EE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND PY. CUB OWN HANDS., VOLUME II. .fPSILANTI, (MICH) WEDNESDAY JULY IG, 1815. NUMBER'; 25. . v r ' -1 ; jl "il i . TH F . YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Will be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washtenaw Co- Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. ' ' ' ' EDITOJt AMD PROPKIETOB. TE RIMS. i To Subscriber who pay in advance $2,00 2,50 . 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 deduciion made to those who advertise by the year. Xj'AII letters and -communications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. ' - '' 0No paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. !' - TO CLUBS OF SUBSCRIRRRS. Five copies ol the Seniine! forwarded to one Ftn...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 July 1845

CUTTING AND CVItlAG HAY. jout of the blossom. Profefsor Davy, in his agri From our note f the discu-sion, 0:1 .hu prop. 1 caltnral Chemistry, says that 6 1 parts of clover r singe (or cu:iii 5 grasses, ami the bel modt-9 ' hay ait in blossom, produced leu parts of nutritive wi mKmgjnjiMj.$i: tSlfTiTTFu cry," we give the flowing. CWua-i tor ' J ti'no'hy is probably too much; bill ihat iho iiu r;- Mr. Be.ukxt d h hadf irmerfy bten t'n lh e j ivo matter iiiiimothy' improved after the fall oft he habit of cutting tniiolhy gr4 ..('rite late. ? It 1 w.fs j blossom, ha'd no doubt. Red-lop comes to matu pasier cured after it giV jiet:y tii.' H it be fuiii.il riiy later, and he did not think there was much inuring bVy thiia ruO.i w.?iU il 9ib4iiiticV,.Wj j difference whether cut in Llossom, or soon after. b had a-certalned 1h.1i the beat limu fur coiling j Ho believed timothy cut in blossom would, pound wa white ih grass was in blossom. In making! for pound, produce more milk when to cows or...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 July 1845

..,r.e informed that .the proposition. IVom xico ha been rejectedand that the resolu- Foreign News. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE Fron the Alb tny Argus. u"urc The Steam ship Acadia arrived at IWton Vcd. nesday rnormn bringing London and Liverpool dates to the l9,h Juno inclusive P The Maynoo.h B,Uhas passe'd ,he 0deal ofihe nied 'Pge ih:nugh the Lower House. The c.,nd and ih.rd reading were.numer.cally Deak triumph, of strength. The bill has fow n ed every stage, save the last, ,hat of reivC the royal asseni. - lcce''g The Bill for erectinjr the Roman Catholic Col. Uge, ,n Ireland i, still bef,.re the . f It wdl pass through b.h hou.es ofP ?r. liarnent but not ,n a shap whIch wj d . Commons, when the vo.ee of 0'Conr.eII will be ihe loudest and tho fiercest against it art extract from iu Pnn thVinlK ri r PP , ,he Chamber on the lOih of June.) to a charge by an opposition fcSdP 1' !!il,baU,t- -,hal fh ePnVha3 joined Enr land ,n orpo.ng the annexation of Tcx- li: v , ""ftaie. in retu...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 July 1845

j r V ) -1t DOCTOR SMITH'S . The.. Pills re;rre?reaiVilImm l- 7, fp--'.W'. FWaiyihe t-MMORSP:&TpTPnnn"' v mhh,M:D. la'e 'f!h - "EX FORD, .y,v r jj ician j ami ur geon s, I ' ''IICB05 8T. rpsiuwrf." -'Nitil Pharm.cv.mllie University Wf Lake ha" m , Wonf, ,nC per.rn y 'il l t.-.: ni- w, c. . -.1. i.i . I I.osc Who have Sallow Ol Tel rounh-mii. ni.;. i. ...:.i. --,-1.1 ... .i i. ",,tlc wo nave saiiowot yel.'ww rounteimw w V. . VI .lira i...ur.a,.v lie II QU- . . ' lie, that in offering litem this Pill, be presents , " ,-ay C n,ar0' ,;;a' ,U,e,r ,,lvcr morc or i : .i ni .i l- . Ies diseased : and thai liv t:ikinil P.nlnn m quick noairunr inni win. uv us irrirn-inr .... - j - -- .fl-.n i.nim tl .fmr,.. : ...d hA t- ......I 1 q'.t'.iUy. UieiP skin will become char o quack no : l .l. t...r. but n. tl..t i. -hi-' iniMj r .. .'.. ..; "nd will JiaV9 ... , ' "v J "M UM. 1 hrm in ii effect Upon i lie s yste m. and fair, ilirir stomach will ho strengthened, and ihey will Jiava n healthy flow...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 23 July 1845

ID in JJij ft t.r- o OCIIBEBTVSD IIAFMXSAS A XATION ABB IX OVR OWN KEEMXC, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WIIX BE OX THE ALTAR OF PARTI SPIRIT, AT TUB INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AXB BV .11 OIVS HAM8. ! 1 tX VOLUME II. 1 ' the h ; YPSILANTI SENTINEL. ,WUlbe published every Wednesday, at Ypsilarti .. . " -. Washtenaw Co. Michigan, ' CHARLES WOODRUFF. ' '"' ' EDITOR A5D PROPRIETOR. TERMS. r To Subscribers who pay in advance To " who delay till after $ree months, ' $2,00 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 yeafY Xj All letters and .communications mast b address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. . ......... . . IT So paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. . TO CLUBS OF SUBSCRIBERS. . Five copies of the Sentine! forwarded to one Pont Office, cash in Advance, for ' 8 ' " Tea copies for 15 JOS PIZIA'TIJYG. Of e...

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

4 It A! Li itOAD STATISTICS. The committeo appointed at a meeting of thfi ' i .mis of Detroit on the 86ih inst. lo procure Bucb talistical information as imy be important eeted with tt.fi succ-s nfihe proposed rHilioai igh Canada, from the Detroit to life N.agar. , have the honor to present the ftdtowifM THE SENTINEL I I he Crop. 1 he Harvest is over, and the V. b. I Tool's. Col fwigus, commandm the ! Another Steamboat Explo ! wheat cron jrives nennral atkf:,f.iinn Wm upvpf i firsl regiment of dragoons, has proceeded by land i Trrrihle Disaster Dreadful Sieumhnnf , ci.,:e,,a of Detroit ..J the 26.1, in, to procure ! YPSILANTI, WEDNESDAY JULY 23, IB45. ! . n . . . f . ,: from tort Jesup to the Rio Grande. N. O. TropA gin-Greal loss of life -Destruction oTT. AGENCY Mr. V. B. PaWr, Real Estate and Coal ure a"a contciiinrieiit than our farmers uow exhib- .......... .....i lu,ih ii ..rit... -......! ..:i j i 71 . ...nmu .... '"P'T""' Office, corner N. 3d and Chestnut "'recta. Philadelnhi...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 23 July 1845

Blessed Virgin. ?our Lady of Guadaloupe An other more amusing scene look place immediately afterwards. They had parted with the first set of banditti but a few moments, when another set appeared in the road. The conductor of them en passant, with inexpressible nairete and mirth in his manner, telling them that, unfortunately, they were rather too late, that the work had been al ready done ti their hand ; the robbery was jist ovr, the market spoiled and the good rifled. Phd. Public Ledger. . Brugs and Medicines E. SAMSON. WOULD respectfully invite the attention of the cilixens of Ypsilanti and vicinity to his stock of Drags mnd Medieines which comprise almost every ar ticle usually called lor, among which may be found Acids, all kinds Ammonia Aether Alcohol Antimony, crude and white Annis seed Aqua Ammonia Aquafortis duplex Arrow root Arsenic Alum Annaito Adhesive Salve Antique oil African Cayenne, Balsam Kir, . .. do Honey " do Life do Hourhoand do Copavia doTolu N. Bath Brick Brims...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 23 July 1845

n f 1 f i L ;t . i . : DOCTOR SMITH'S : v. University Pills These Pills are, prepared by William M Smith, M. D. Ia'.e Professor of Moterta Med- ic and Pharmacy, in the University of Lake Erie, Ohio. Dr. Smith would say to the pub Vlic. that in oflerinjr them this Pill, he presents 'no quack nostrum that will, by its irritating p effect upon the stomach and bowels create '"cisease where thera was little "or none before, but one that is sale, mild, salutary, and lorm in its euects upon me system.. , " He would say that he has now spent twenty years in researcn mu iueu8uu.iv to the Pathology of disease, and the proper. ties of medicinal substances, and their adap station to the-removal of maladies to,wnicu flesh is heir. .As the result ot these labors , he is now able to give to .he public. a com .' bination of medicinal vegetable substances, '. which is as near perfection as careful study (and close investigation, tests and experiments j ' can bring it. He would say to physicians, as ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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