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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 July 1845

irrpsniLAMirn ED A OUK XI BERT Y AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IN OUR OWN KEKPING, IF TUEV ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY CUR OWN HANDS. VOLUME II. iTSILANTI, (MICH) WEDNESDAY JULY 30, 1815. NUMBER 27. THE ' YPSILAJSTI SENTINEL. Will be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washtenaw Co. Michigan, CHARLES WOODRUFF. EDITOR AND PftOr&lETOR. TE 11 M S. To Subscribers who pay in advance T - " who delay till after 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 the year. DAll letters and ccommunications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. - 0"No paper will be discontinued until all arearages are caid. TO CLUBS OF SUBSCRIBERS. Five copies of the Sentinel forwarded to one Poii Office, caslri'i Advance, for " $8 Ten copies for . . $15 job rum tijv.g. O...

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 July 1845

THE SENTINEL YPSILANT1. WEDNESDAY JULY 30, 1845. AGENCY Mr. V. D. ra'mer, Real Estato and Coal Office, corner N. 3J and Chestnut nlreets,' Philadelphia lh Coa! Office, Tribune Busings Newv York, S. E. Corner Baltimore and Culvert sta. Baltimore, No 12 Male street Boston. Salkcfthe Railuai lu whatevei Me have liervloft r j said in r gard to (lie Sale of our public ttotki, wc have been influenced mlely by what uppjeared t us to be for the public good. We have ever d-pr citttd the srizuig of every measure of public polity f.r the purpose of parly capitdl.ond ths too frequent adoption or rejection of ouch meas re., not so much from a regard lo the public wel fare, as. from thtt impulse of party caprice; and we disclaim any intention of attempting lo influence the minds of the people by attempting to impugn the mn'ives ofothets, . A cling still under these considerations we shall continue, as a faithful jur ntist to give our views of this question as fairly, cand'dly, and fully as possib...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 July 1845

MarketsDetroit: We hear of bat one I lot of new wheat flour being in market, which was wiiereo lor a.ou Sales of old in small quanti. ties at 3,75 to $3,87.-4 do. New York, Thursday, P. 31. There is rather more enquiry to-day for flour, bnt 1 see no changn in prices. " For Genssee the price is $1,31, and out of store 500 bbls sold at $4.25. Really good pure brands bring $4 18 Mich, and Ohio have been sold at 4 18, and some thing belter thin common at 4 25. About 300bb!g pots sold to-day at $3,84 and75 do pearls at 4 12. There is a fair demand. Buffalo July, 26, 1845. The flour market is almost stagnant, and pri ces are evidently tending downward. The receipts of old wheat are moderate, and the highest price offjred to-day for superior samples is 70c. For a superior lot of Chicago 62 1-2 has been offered, and will probably be taken. , The price of four- Flour is as low as it has been for a quarter of a century, and duiing the whole of that long period, it is questionable wheth er it ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 July 1845

ALT1IV Families are those who use tho Rai SCHOOL TEACHERS. Ti?nsTPPs i surtcction or Persian Pills." They keeD the ato.m.; I -li: i, - - .. I clean, the liver free, the blood jure, the appetite good I , IP' " " " Book t J0U0Wtn' valua0le i jc mmaor.w.ani, na wora, me person healthy.- fjnilE TEACHER, or Moral Influences em-' Those who hare sallow or yellow countenances may be L.J cloved in the in.trnrt ; ..J 1-1 t 01 me x o assured that their liver is more or less diseased ; and that by taking ihi Persian Pills frequently, their skin i will become clear and fair, their stonnch will host re nth ened.and they will havo a healthy flow of pure blood, . which will give the b'om of health. Thme who are '-inclined to fever-aud ague.' dyflpep?i, costi vent ss. or who have an unpleasant taste in their mouth in the kiorning.shouul u?e these pills, for they cleanse the Stomach so effectually, that the breath becomes per. lectly sweet farents and all oth ers should bear in mind that they are an ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 August 1845

IIEAI hot iiv ilo.. -Si i-'Awi ': t,..;-V. -.- , ' ; ' OCR 1IBEBTY AND HAPPINESS AS V NATION ARE IN OTR OWN KEEPING, IK THET ABE EVER SACRIFICED IT WItL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY 8FIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF. DESICNINli AMBITION AND BY CUR OWN HANDS, ,-ij;;l tK .VOLUME II. ; YPSILANTI, (MICH) WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6, 1845. NUMBER- 28. ' . THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. : .Will be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti r-.. . , Washtenaw Co- Michigan,. J' , CHARLES WOODRUFF. , ",' .'. IDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. , t- To Subscribers who pay in advance $2,00 2,50 To who delay till after ; three months. r.- - ; ..RATES OF ADVERTISING.- . . For one square, (14 lines) one insertion $0,50 . , - .For every subsequent insertion t . 25 ' A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by 'the year. UTAH letters and ccominunications must k address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. ; - - - 0No paper will be discontinued until all arearages are said. ! 1 ' TO CLUBS OF SUBSCRIBERS. ' - f Five cop...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 August 1845

THE-SEI1TIHEL Ysilanti, Wednesday august 6, 1845. AGENCY Mr. V. B. Palmer, Real Estate and Coil Olbee, comer N. 3J and Chestnut streets, Philadelphia i Jua! Office, Tribune-Buildings New York, S. E. Isomer Baltimore and Calvert sis. Baltimore, No 12 State a rret Boston. r.-- SAUfi 04 Till? l&AlL.t&OAl. Attune?, itr yitvt vl tho arguments adduced ui upporl ol' inenuiey we are tempted to leave the umhai.ktul subject,, iu the by 1 iet" that the peo- pie wiSi ultimately need no oilier U bring thorn . to -the very cwncIuiou. wc most t esire to see l le retention of the Roads in their oo hands. 'In . . . . i pieces to the compositor, wan a passage like the ' following, us nearly as reco If clion servers us. 1 In l.ku manner let the Roads bo sold this year, - end the result taking the revenue of '44 as the atanderJ for '46, will be the abstraction of $121, 75033 from tho Sttte to increase Eastern wealth and power. Now if the State had con i tinned In bo the owner, thij -sum would h...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 August 1845

' al, and the "orrible state of society" in New Or I leans, in particular. A".' Y Picayune.' 0 '. Foreign N ews - Arrival of the Cambria. JV.i iThe Shortest Passage Across the Atlantic! : The royal mail steamer Cambridge arrived at Bos ' toh last evening,' having made' the passage from V Liverpool to Halifax in about nine days, and to : jBoaton in eleven days and nine hours the short eat on record.; ' ' 1 The Orange processions of the 12th of July in Ireland had been attended by riots; in one in- I , stance Armagh, resulting in the loas of one life and the wounding of several persons. Tho Liv erpool New Letter says: 1 It appears from a!! accounts, and even from the admissions of Air. O'Connell, that in the actual ' collision the Orangemen only acted as all men, under the circumstances, would have done. The couduct of the Roman Catholics in being the ag- ' gressors was, Mr. O'Connell declares, such as to disentitle them to "any sympathy or support from j the repealers." V . v The pro...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 August 1845

-KL t BALTHFiIie ary-hoee who dm the- 44 -Re-SCflOOL TEACHERS & TRUSTEE S f rl iirMI.iiiuiiir Prin Pills." "Thev keeo the- sto-m- clean, tfta liver free, the blood pure the appetjta gooj the mind brilHaht ; ih a word, the person healthy. Those who hae -allow or jeUaw.cponteoancer may be assure J that their liver is more or leas diseased; and that by taking tha Persian Fills frequently.-their skin will become clear and fair, their stomach will baatrenth cned.and they will have a healthy flaw of pure blood, bf which twUl jgie the,b'om of health. . Those who are inclined" to fever'atid aguet dyspepsia, costiveness. or who have an . unpleasant taste in their mouth in the 6t o?Wiorhing,should use these pills," for1 they cleanse the .-tatornach. so effectually.: that the .breath - becomes per. yl rt-fctry aweet-- Parents and all otU ers should bear in mind that they are an effectual cure lor . diarrhoe. No children have been known to'die of summer com-, olaints who have used these pil...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 August 1845

I." CR IWEBfr ASP HAPPINESS AS A VOLUME II. , . ;. .v.'. THK - ' r JPSILA1STI SEJSTINEL. I- :';. : . i . Will be published eTerj Wednesday, at Ypailanti ' . , yya8jlenaw c0. Michigan, "' ... . ..' CHARLES WOODRUFF. v editor and psofr1etor. ' ' ' ; ' TeTTmS. . ' To Subscribers who pay in advance ; 92,00 - To-- who delay till after . three months, 2,50 f - , . RATES OF ADVERTISING. . ' ;,.Forone square, (14 lines) one insertion $0,50 For every subsequent inseriion 25, . A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year.- 0"A11 letters and ccommunications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. . - pyj'o paper will be discontinued until all arearages hJt paid. TO' CLUBS OF SUBSCRIBERS. Five copies of the Sentinel forwarded to one Pont Office, cash in Advance, for $8 - Ten copies for ; 15 JOB jeriativg. Of every description neatly executed at the Sentinel , Office. TIIK FORCED SALE. 1 TILE CF REAL LIFE. It was a tempestous riiht iha winds whistled ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 August 1845

nrrrfiiTitiEL YPSILANTl, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 13, 1845. AGENCY Mr. V. B. Palmer, Real Estate and Coal OSce, corner N. 3d and Chestnut streets, Philadelphia the Coa! Office, Tribune Buildings New York", S. E. Corner Baltimore and Calvert sts. Baltimore, No 12 -State aire et Boston. -- - - - Th IrtTEKtSTd'AT Stakk. When we review the difficulties and embarrassment into which ihe policy of a fw past years has thrown our State we confess there seems to be nothing desirable in ihe possession of tho vtiua of government ' this all. ' Thus many of our friends, but for other ante rests, would be disposed to let the : reigning party pass on ia - the undisturbed possession of power, for no other reason than to see how they Wl extricate themselves from the position into which their conduct bus placed them. , And even a that party there are some, ho see a storm Coming which they fear even the " cloud propel ling" Barry cannot ami, and uow like children -who willingly relinquish spoilt toys, exclaim ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 August 1845

s J-' HtnovAL of Troops. -An order arrived yes. tcrday at this post for the. whole of the 5th regi ment infantry to rendezvous at Jefferson barracks, preparatory to proceeding to Texan. The com panies of this regiment are posted as follow : 3 companies at Detroit; 2 at Fort Gratiot : 2 at Mackinaw ; 1 at Saut Marie and 2 at Fort Wilk- j in, Lake Superior. : Eich of these posts ae to be relieved by one company of the 2ud infantry, I How at Buffalo and Lake Ontario. We under stand the order is for the troops to move at once, and that the companies in garrison here will leave towards the end of the week. The Polk Texas dynasty, that has all along been laughing at the idea of a Mexican war, are either now very ap prehensive -of trouble or very anxious to divert as much of the government expenditures as possible totheMarea of freedom." Either way the " land of vagabonds" is to be a costly one to us of the North. We also learn that the 7th regiment of infantry has been ordered to proceed ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 August 1845

x-tv.- Vnnitr'ifitiini1i1vliiiflv In naaiat vn liner ! HEALTHS Fstuilies are those who nse thRsaSpUOOL TEACHERS VTRU3TEES sarrectrj or Persian Pi'ils." jpwyophe eto-in-ilifj! reqaesUd to notice tiefoUowin vatuabls clean, wbIimt tie. Ihe-bwrTtrTTure, the appetite good 2oo . -imrm no nr am: n t'worn. ins iwrsnn .nei iDTMsrniNk tkii Mr K. nr n nr inn enceaem uuau wiiu nave oaimw or jrei.uw tuuiiiciiantn inajr ue i u pioyeu Hi me instruction uuu (juTcruuiciik (Fared that their liver is more or less diseases ivnfr that by taking the Persian Pills frequently, their skin .will become clear and fair, their stomach wiU be strenth 'OTi'xedLuB'd) Ihty wilt have' fc healthy flow-, bf pure blood, which will give the b'ofm of healths, Those who are (tBc,ljned,tq feveryattd ague, dyspepsia eosiivencsa. or w uu imy t an uujnrusiini tu'e in meii iiiuumi iu liic kiofniri.shdufd n'sie'.the8e''pilts,''for lth'ey cleanse the oJ lbhi'ch o fiVctiaily .tlidc ihe'-breaTli- becomes per. fectly sweet Farents ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 August 1845

TTO IT 11 Li i,vr v.. li ' ? r' 1 :,: '-"ivifs a-f f r HBEKTr AXD HAPPINESS AS A NATION AKE IX 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 HANDS; I ' ' - ' " OLUME II. f YPSILANTI, (MICH) WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20, 1845. ISUMBElt 30. PSILANTI SENTINEL. I) be published every Wednesday, at Ypailanti . ;' Washtenaw Co.. Michigan, , .: CHARLES WOODRUFF. EDITO AKO rmOPRlETO. . TERMS.' .To Subscribers who pay in advance 'To 44 who delay till after iiree months, 82,00 2.50 ; RATES OF ADVEKTISING. ' ''' For one square, (14 lines) one insertion $0,50 ' f For everv subsequent insertion . ' 25 .1 A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the rear.- 0AU letters and ccommunications must b address to the proprietor postage paid to receive tention. H3No paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. . - .-, - . i i TO CLUBS OF SUBSCRIBERS. Five copies of the Sentinel forwarded to one Pot Off...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 August 1845

Seven Days Later- from Europe. - AttlVAL OF TUB GREAT BRtTAljf. - j The steamer Great? Britain, Capf! HoskerraJ errived at ihis port Sunday, "11 tf 107 ar3foClock in fifteen days from Liverpool, having left that pnrTonlhe26tb ult. r By her, we have . London date to the 25th and Liverpool to the 29th.: -The UraattBritaiu,wa9 -telegraphed a9 early. as, 12 o'clock yesterday, aud her arrival wrought to its highest pitch Ihe excitement which had been for - - . .L - . Ol. - I . I r . : several aays garnering - oub pjbu iue .uauery Utile kfur-3 o'clock, firing n gun, which. was re sponded ttf by he'artv -cheers from the assembled ' 1hbiisaMd'JJ.'' Capi; lloskena rs an old and general; favorite! here; aud his: return in so noble a vessel is heartily welcomed by all. He." bad forty-five passengers.' THrt following particulars respecting' ihis Steam-ship will, no doubt, bo read with in. teresf V ' 'h ' '"-l r.: f.s"! !, - .. s;.:l I : The peculiar features of this great work which invest the ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 August 1845

Vasometer; at Ike Protestant Methodic Chtich Several persons, badly burni.W B fear'u from the Pittsburgh Gazette ou. Wednesday last that a sua. meter in the Meihodisi, Church of Allegheny burst ou, the evening, Ufore, severely Jnmring. several persons. The apparatus for matin mM f t;.rh lh, Church got outof order, and in attempt JnS to taise- the gasometer, 'erroneously supposed lo be empiy, it took fire from a lighted caudle and a loud explosion followed. , "The following persons were injured : U.' 41Mr, Herron, the Sexton, very badlv burnt, nm expected to live : one report aava he ia dead.- Mr. Brown a pedler. living on the Rutlr nnA badly burnt, supposed to be dangerous. v' Wm- .'-" Eq- Post Master of Allegheny, badly burnt, but thought not to be dangerously in jured. , .- ' , . Mr. James Russell, Carpenter, had his head batly cut, and is- supposed to bo dangerously burnt. .... , Issler, very badly burnt, supposed to be dangerous. . ' . tMr. Henry Williams, grocer badly bnn t. - ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 August 1845

- r 1 . I. I: r l - LI I - n n a 1 1 t a ...ml I the mind brilliant; in a woriW person. healthy.' 1 hose who have sallow 01 yellow countenances may be assured that their liver is more of less diseased and that by taking the Persian Pills frequently their skin) will become clear and fair, their stomach will be strenth Cfef,itd F rfisy will have K healthy flow' of pure Mood, which will give the b'om of health.: Those who, are OUfe.o('lveti4.f gnew-ftjaipsiat .cosiiyeness. or who have an a .unpleasant taste in their mouth, jo. the orhigsh'oufdJ use these pitta, (for they cleanse the. st&maehr eb efreetaally.--rhat nlie trearh becomes per: lectly sweet Tarents and alt oib era should: hear in mind that they are an effectual cure lor d'rrnoe- -No children hjve been known to die of summer vdnW plainta who-fcgve-;us?4 ttfesef ills, froiu he-.:ornn.eiice-. of their disease.1 Murk thi ! fur you wilt not blame yourselves if your children die. bat you -did ' not . try the l eisian puis. Sol...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 August 1845

D OUR XIBEKT7 AXD HXrPIXESS AS A NATION ARE IN OUR OWN XEKNNG, IF TIIEV ARE EVER 8CBIFrvT IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PAKTV SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIUXINO AMBITION AM HY CVU OWN HAKItt. ... ' VOLUME II. VTSILANTI, (JHCLI) WEDNESDA Y AUGUST 27, 1815. NUMBER 31. - TH K , YPSILAJSTI SENTINEL. Will be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanli . Washtenaw Co- Michigan, J ' CHARLES WOODRUFF. EDITOR AND PKOrKIETOK. TERM S. " To Subscribers who pay in advance " To . ' who delay till after three roontlis, 81,50 2,0 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 J 7 n v. f"r A II lortors ami .pnmmnllicnt inlia must be address to the proprietor postago paid to receive attention. ; - - ' UNo paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. . . . . TO CLURS OF SUBSCRIBERS. Five copies ol the Sentinel forwarded to one address cash in Advance-for $6 , Ten copies for ' . 12 . J...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 August 1845

THE SENTINEL YPSILANT1, WEDNESDAY: AUGUST h 1813 . WHIG COUNTY CONVETION. A meeting of the Whiff aof ihe.TowBsUip 'of Ypsi Unti, will be heH at the office o( A. Voorhees-, Est, on Saturday the Cih day of September next, at 2 o'clock V. M. for il6:f)rpuso of appointing delegates 10 the xmn'y Convention to he be J J at Ana Aibor, . on rtie Jlih Jay of iStpteinbjr next, for 1 ho purpose of nomi irg candidates io-represent us'tii the next Legislu Tare, also to appoittf; delegate to the State Convention lobe held at Jackson the 17 ol deptwuhor next, s V ' " -r'Hy ot&vr ofthe COM M IT TEE. -YpWanti, vtiigust 2T. - . , J K Printed aitd -for' S.du ut this Office-' OrjRSEL'.'E3. Otif readers will seo by an arti i'c. uii oil t first pag', Imi w6'V.flr thorn the Sen tinel" n4 tho. reduced price of oie dollar n4 fifty cent, when id in advance. '. To m ka the. pay, menfof tlu3na!l euni s light as possible, wc will 'consider IheVubktription p:id i 'advauco whetiiwid-i'VSCTUAUY-at the commence...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 August 1845

:: ' Var Declared ! - T San Sluk's- Idea of a Good Wff. She hadn't ' . L. ' ' .. r ' . . : no car fur miMtc.Sam, but she had an eye for di'rfc - At we hav. been expecting fur some time, Mex . J nnnr f ..... milch . ico has nt length declared war against the United States.' Can the "Pemocrats,Vad their eoadju tora now aee any difference between the Mr Polk nil Mr Clay on this - subject ? f Can they now ce tho difference between Texas ou any terms,' and Texas 'without war' and when they see the array cf the United States increased ar.d maintain d at tho expense of the North to fight the unjusi batt!e9 of Texas, will they call the teraw fair and equal? Andjwhcn the older, more inta'ligen!, more republican and morn, patriotic state of the North are eclipsed in the Gverumt-nf,'and iheir interests prostrated before Southern slavery, and in self defence art) compelled, n will be their bright and iheir duty" to "alter or abolish" the Union which instead i.-f a blessing," will have be. como ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 August 1845

1CAL. 1 H X FaiBiiics are those who nfr the fie.l Burrecuon of Person ri. TI.Jt.nih ifcmi bTvl-he 'v.?-d emina brilliant : in a word., the . nemdn k..ii. r Thos- h . .jt. ... '..IfmH 13 Hotel Having undergone repairs the adored that their liver is more br-tes fTsCasfd ;artdt inat by taking ilu 1'ersi.m Tills frequently, their, skin wilt become clear and fair, their stomach wilT besfrenth ?it,n4iHe-- will-: have a healthy flow-f pure blood, whicha-'! give the b'om of health. - Those who are mclint d to fuet irid, ague, dyspepsia, .costiyenoss. or. "wholuve'an unpleasant asfe in their mouth in the kiorning.shonld ue theso pills, fr they cleanse the trstomucu m effectually, .that the breath "becomes per 'rectly sweet . Parents and all oih era should bear in Mnind that ihey aro an effectual rure for diarrhoe, No children have been know: to die of summer com plainis tv bo loe used these pills from th commence- of ihcir disease. Murk' thi ! fur yoii-will net ilume yourselves if your child...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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