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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 September 1845

0 MfMTOS Oini XIBBRTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IN OCR OWN KEEPING, IP THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR Off PAwr-r tnrn'ifr . :- m,v J, -, f . ..-T-',i ' -ZZZrZT . ;;-,, THE ALTAR OP PARTY 8PIRIT, AT THE INSTANCEOP DEMGNINU AMBITIONANW BvIcUR OWN HANPS, VOLUME II. iTSILANTI, (MICH) WEDNESDAY SEPT."ToT845 -: :-:Jt.'J THK - ' YPSILANTI SENTINEL. .. Will be published ever Wednesday," at Ypsilanti Wasntenaw Go- Michigan, " $1,50 ' 9,00 CHARLES WOODRUFF. EDITOR ASD PlOrKlETOK. ' 4 TERMS. To Subscribers who pay in advance .. To . ! who delay till after three months, .. . , ,-, . RATES OF ADVERTISING. ; For one equare, (14 lines) one insertion $0,50 For every subsequent insertion 25 ' A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by 'the year. UTAH letters and ccommunieationa must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive 1 "attention. ; T-,.. , ,r. U'No paper will be discontinued until all arearages "are paid.' ' " . TO CLUBS OF SUBSCRIBERS M Five copies 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. — 10 September 1845

Io inflimeiheTTrmtlheTnrrtitue agaitut slave- oltier 9. Political nbolinon will make capital e .t- ii .l i irom mis occurrence 10 bwcu ino numocr 01 us infatuated supporters. We shall hear the right of discussion proclaimed, and this affair held up as an evidence of its suppression in Kentucky. Few will go farther lhau to disapprove, as we do, a lew wil openly and violently denounce the Fayette people under all the circumstances of the case ; ai:d a few will fully approve all that ws done. Hut the rational and temperate discussion uf ulti mate emancipation; will not le checked even by this popular outbreak. Many of She best minds of the State are engaged wish the question, and they will freely express their opinions, and act freely upon I'nem.' IFe must make up our minds to meet -thitf qttestion.for no human power can slop ft. AVe nope earnestly that the discussion will be con hIucW d everywhere temperately, that every plan to Uid Kentucky of slavery will Reexamined cautious ly and ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 September 1845

Fkox The Pacific. The Sua hw a letter from CaIaoi dated July 4th, from which we copy it's follows : j "We have in part a formidable force of all na tions. Our squadron will be increased in a short lime, preparatory to a blockade of the Mexican porta on (his side, should war be declared by Mexico, and our boys are in fine spirits. Our 'glorious little navy pants for an opportunity to show its power in defending the national honor, ird if war comes, you may real assured that the Star Spangled Banner will wave over every Mex ican fort and fortification on this side within sixty days after we receive the declaration. A British fleet is said to be on its way to O re gon, to protect British property and settlers at As toria, and from the language used by the officers of the British squadron here, we are led to believe that th report is correct. Indeed, a forcible sei zure of lie whole of Oregon north the Columbia, 'seems to be the object of this movement, and the instructions to that effe...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 September 1845

HEALTH V, Families are those who. use-the"" Ro surrcciioMaTer3jrtfVTFey keep the sto-m- trrenver free, the blood pore, the appetite good me mina Driiuani; in a wora, me 'person ncauny. Those who have sallow or yellow countenances may be assured that their liver is more or less diseased ; and that by taking the Persian Tills frequently, their akin will become clear and fair, their stomach will bestrenth ' cned.und they will havo a healthy flow of pure "blood, which will give the b'oom of health. .Those who are inclined to fever nud ague, dyspepsia, cosiiveness. or who have an unpleasant taste in the it month in the Kiorning,shou(d use these pills, for they cleanse'the stomach so effectually, that the breath becomes per. -tectly sweet Tarents anJ all oth ers should bear in mind that they are an effectual cure lor diarrhoe.- No children have been known to die of summer com plainis who have used these pills fronthe commence of their disease Mark" thU ! for you will not blame yourselves ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 September 1845

. - J v :"V-. Id OUR ZIBEBTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE. IN OUR OWN KEEPING, IF TUEV ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT T1IE INSTANCE OF DESIUMNO AMBITION AND BY(t,.lJB.OWN HANDS. ' ill"- ifs.t VOLUME II. YTSILANTI, (AilCH) WEDNESDAY SEPT. 17, 1815. ISUMBEK .34. . f ' ; ,f r THE ' : YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Will be published everv Wednesday, at Ypsilanti ; . ; Washtenaw .Co. Michigan, . ! : CHARLES WOODRUFF. EDITOR AND MOrKlETO. teITms. To Subscribers who pay in advance 91,50 To who delay till after three months, 2,00 : RATES OF ADVERTISING. - For one square, (14 lines) one insertion $0,50 For every subsequent insertion .25 A liberal deduciion made to ihose who advertise by Yfce year. XJAI1 letters and ccommunications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. " KZPNo paper will be discontinued until all arearages are paid. , - . ' TO CLUBS OF SUBSCRIBERS, Five copies ol the Senrine! forwarded to one address cash in Advance, for $...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 September 1845

-olariase laughed iri her mIouvp. " Heury Leslie and ClarUse Gurcien were mar ried. After che departure of the ' wedding guests on that sweet occasion, even after the ceremony which launched then into (he inex'ricable, yclep. ed tnafirn oy. even after the cake. music,.tea, ktssmg. winr, dincing and coffee, after all were finished, and afier all llitsirff tends, were go:i Clarism fmi d herscli nitting between her husband Mid father. She turned her ey. s to' the latter and kl beseechingly : ' ..--. ; Father, will you forgive us ! Forgive you! for what, rhi'd T Why you know I II l-ved and. wished to wed" Henry Leslie, iny fir-i ft une, but you would - Dot cuitfent to our alliance. "' AimJ recw llvct ton, ' prrh'ipV sid the young husband, thai when I first cutnt here tho mutual grvvtaeat was that ? were i' h-cu pocus each trifcrr as mch as we pleast d.', ' Well, what I was about to say,' continued the bide, is that Dick Q'wrk and Henry Leslie are the same person.' V .. 'Zngs and lightni...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 September 1845

of Col. Susmilch appeared, and very soon drove ihe mob Irons ibe Rosplatz, leaving those crowded upon Ihe promenades to movo ufT of their own accord, which they were slowly accomplishing, when an understood appeal from the commanding officer was speedily fallowed by rive volleys from the military killing nine men, and wounding ten, more dangeiously, and several slightly. v These were mostly only spectators, for the actual rioters were so posted as to feel little of the effect of the fire. ' The measures of course increased the fury 01 me populace, and toe square was soon again filled with turbulent masses, boisterous with cries aW which. !ad beed authorized-so very low was " ' NEWS FROM MEXICO. War News Gen. Herreia elected President I Cabinet appointed. J "17 The Washington Union of Monday evening has received late despatches from Mexico, via. Pen secola. An opinion very generally 'prevailed at Vera Cruz according to the last accounts, that Mexico, would not formerly declare war ag...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 September 1845

surrection or Persian Pills" They keep the sto-m-' Eagle Hotel. i- r t -i " i i - ? v " I wt - - -wm viean. me liver irer. me o oou inrt-. ine nDDCu'e sooa i cnmr.m i r --..,,-r i i m- 4--- Ihe mind brilliant; in a word, the person healthy. ' trvTH 1 1 to ti . i i . k m f vji Olfc T. m. i i. ii ii ' .-!FTTtIlS Hotel havmff undergone rpnmra thl . Those who hare sallow ot yellow countenances may be insured ttat their, liver is more or less diseased ; and thntbj taking tho Persian Pills frequently, their skin will become cImt and fair, iheir 'stomach will bo sTrenth ened.and they will have a healthy fl iw of pare Mood, which will give the b'orn of hea'th. Th"se who are inclined to fever ud ague, dyspepsia, costiveness. or who hare an unpleasant taste in their mouth in the norning.shouM use thes pills, for tbey cleanse the stomach so effectually, that the breath becomes per. tectly sweet Parents an all o'h ers should bear in mind that they are an effecnal cure lor diarrhoe. No children ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 24 September 1845

r -1. r ,- v. 13 J ; s: i- OUK ilBEETY ASD HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IN OVJt OWN KEEPING, IP THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ION THE, ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRITi AT THE INSTANCE Op DESIGNING AMBITION A! tfeowVlIAai&; 11 IP'S VOLUME II. .yPSILANTI, QilCH) WEDNESDAY .SEPT.;fo 1It iVUMBEK YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Will be published ever Wedne9yrat Ypsilanti . ; . Washtenaw Co. Michigan, ; J 81,50 2,00 CHARLES WOODRUFF. j. . ; ; . . EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' ! teITms. To Subscribers who pay m advance To ' " who delay till after three months. RATES OF ADVERTISING. : For one square, (14 lines) one insertion $0,50 .. ,- For every subsequent insertion 25 A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. UTAH letters and communications must ba addres3 to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. ' . - I7No paper will be discontinued nntil all arearares j re paid. . j i , TO CLUBS OF SUBSCRIBERS . . . , . Five copies ol the Sentinel forwarded to one address cash in Advance, for...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 24 September 1845

o!T&luiTugir sOirw73.T4 eiu i.i 1ATirrtraieVofyour judgement, we shall not be dtssat- resented with kind iutentioi-i. 1 he Bible repre- ; tents Boaz ns providing vmpiiar (or hi renneri. i- to which they might dip the'it bread fftefire hops were known, uornv wKl aul other bitter he ibs were uil imdriuk' f( the sartw purposes. . Thry were emphijed So hiVai4iJ'.!.v'""" THE SEtJTUlEL ; . i . - IV:k.us $1,50 'Cash in Advance, ' , t.J m rv.l ; c'.;o.tj , x,.-. . i il l.:. vu, ,.,'Oa .GOYKKXOK,;,, ,i .. , STEPIIEjS VICKERX: me it. i-i 0f Kafa,nzW "'' i t:v:..-,:.;"? ;. . '.- ' ' .'; -' UT: ;!';. ""ifl,x'it6tT". b'VKK.OJl' ' " Vi1-"'jpHN'iM; LAMB, ' ' - , tut I? r. t Von R K PR KN T.l X. Y ICS . " ' . . J-,M. EDMUNDS. Ypsifont'u , u,..n hi f. v ORRIN PARSONS, i , t ; . .r.llAKVFX.CUUi'R. Ann Arbor, , r;.,. H i T J G. LE L VN D Salem.. , . ; . ; .,. P: CJI. BROTH KRSONiaiicAwter .:;':iUIUUS PiERCCZiffio. :.,v. fiTuie. State .,CvB5TioN.r-Ve respectfully be; trve to direct the atteutim of ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 24 September 1845

Latest from Delaware. ' Correspondence of the Argua Delui. Sept. 9 OnelPay One Price Dear Sir Our'Couuty Court commenced its J Xp c iiinn ve."lerdiy Judge Wuhere! presiding. I . .u 1 ho Grand Jury was then empaiiielled, 23 be- j 8tanj at mg sworn. J ohu t,dgerio i h, j. former oheritl, is the foreman. i I hive couvesed with miuv of the prisoners. They appear subdued, and noxious to keep hark nothing. . Some of them ure anxious to i dueo ly before the Grand Jury and make tu t cm. le sion, and when indicted, lt plead gui'tty beiicv injjthat there W no chance of escape. i , TTOULD respectfully invite the attention of the Aimoiny orDlu jr. aepulV menu, reiur. ta mm; yy citizens of Ypsilanti and vicinity to his stock of GRANT would respectfully inform his old eus. tomers thai he has returned to Ypsilanti wiih nn assertments of GOODS which he will offer at his old low prices for ready pay, and to all persons for the same price at retail, Any patronage from old or new customers wiil be tha...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 24 September 1845

.clean-the brer frer. the Wood Dure. the aoMtite edod ,T,a. wha h.,, HWw yellow foiff,c,ain.y ba rwwibH isaic uvar.M wore or t uaea , ana Jhw by taking lh PrsiaivPjUa. frequently, their akin J t.,w-llbeeorue cleat and fatr,-then-stomach will bestrenth .f ncl.!flli , I bT w ill, have a. healthy flow of pare blood, v)lKh wiH give tbe-o'e"!. of-healths Those who are ...inc fiord- to Jc ver nJ ague, dym-epsi. costivencet. or j u.wjio.have.aii unplf xtru t;fe m iheir . ibouUv itr Ihe j poorninj-.ahontd .use-these., pill,. for .. they cleanse the u.5tojii,cfo so effectually, thai i.ie brtalh-bcomea per. , .tettJjr aweet (aranta en a!! ,ob era alwwild bear in j Blind ifeat ,ler are are eJTeoal rwre- lor-diarrhoe. No cjiildrea hav been kwi-.vn. 'o-die of summer com- : , plaints w ho.hu-ve vsud these . J4'' trout ibe commence- j ,,oi thcij diseaswMark fUiri fur- you will not blame j s-,yaNretyes Jf jour children die.' hat you did not -try '.. the peisiun pUIs. :.. .... .t-i ,. ; Sold by . SL...

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

i'AZ OUK LIBERTY AND HAITIXESS AS A NATION ABE 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 OCR OWN HANDS. -'V I VOLUME II. YPSILANTI, (MICH) WEDNESDAY OCT. 1, 1845. IN UMBER 3G. ... . Til K YPSILANTI SENTINEL. .!.Wdl be published everj Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washtenaw Co. Michigan, fft, ; CHARLES WOODRUFF. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. i TERMS. To Subscribers who pay in advance To who delay till after three months, ' I,50 2,00 . 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.1 33" All letters and ccommunications must be address to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. - U"No paper will be discontinued until all arearages re paid. ;rV. . TO CLUBS OF SUBSCRIBERS. Five copies ol the Sentinel forwarded to one address cash in Advance, for $6' - Ten copies for 812 joe: p izijstijg...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 October 1845

THE SEtmilEl YPSILANT1, WEDNESDAY OCT. 1, 1845. Terms 1,50 Cash in Advance, Democratic Whig Nominations FOR GOVERNOR, . . . - STEPHEN VICKERY. , i- - .... Of KatamaZou. . - . . . C .. " ' F"lt UKUT. GOVEHXOK i. -. , J()HN m. LAMB, - v ... . f)f Lspcer. :' a- ; 5 ' FOR RKrRKSEIVTATlYKS. ' .. i ?- ' r J: M. RDM USDS, Ypsilanti. ORRIS PARSONS. Safe " - . -HAttVEY CIUJHB. 4m Aroor. J. G. ICELAND. Northji'ld. ' ' T. C. H. BROTH ERSOS, Manchester DARIUS PIERCE, Lima. " Sale or thk Public Work9.--We have here tofore deprecated the rule of the present party in power, not less for the disastrous consequences its measures weie entailing upoa us, than .fur, its ut ef -disregard of all honor and principle. - In our view its dcliberale fraud upon the people (hem selves,, in nuii-uuiing months of unnecessary time in fruitless Legislative q turrets ; its robbery of de Juiquent taxpayers and :tou-residents, for the pur pose of sunporiins hire'in presses ; its unconsli- tutional rxpost facto exempti...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 October 1845

C Foreign News. Arrival of the Brittania. 1 The Steamship Brittania arrived at Boston on Friday the- 19th bringing intelligence from Europe twelf e days liter than that brought by the Great Western. We se lect ail the ite ms of interest to our readers. ENGLAND. From Smith tf Wilbur'' Times. The wemher during the last few days, has been nearly all thai could be desired. The change is almost miraculous. The warm weather, we re joice to say, has sel in with every prospect of con- j tinuauce. and iust in lime lo secure a fond harvest, i Durlng the hst ten dvs tin mercury lias become ) wgeoui cnaracier, anu mat me juoge in nis cnatge steady, ihe sun has shone out ga'ilv, there hi l' the jury leaned s far as he could lo lire side of been considerable warmth: and at the lime we ,l)e prisoners, yet the verdict rendejed, without write, thes appearances continue wish every pros-! hesiiatiion was, - thailhe Inspectors of the eleo pect of permanency. In many parts of the coun faith shall not be...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 October 1845

I -TrJW.TK??'-"" """"l- . 1 B''''' IIMIIIIM II ! I I rEALTIIY"Fai"n J.Asurrccliorr pr clean, the mini Those sored that by taking thi Persian Pitls frequently, their skin will become clear and fair, their stomach wuTho slrenth ened.Hiyi they willhave a healthy flow of pure blood, VnfcK'witVgivi Ihe brriof healuui! Tlrse who are inclined to fever ud ague, 'dyspepsia," cosiiveness.' ox iHat.Mn.nnpti'sli) taste in their- mouth in! Ihe Kiorpirtg,f liquid use.tlvese; pil!i, for. . tbey cleanse tbe om( h so effectually., thai" the. breath becomes per. ''lectly sweet "Fareiiis an all otlj ers should' bear in mind that they are an effectual en-re iof diarrhoe. No children have be-n known to die of summer com plaints wlu bavc uffil !i se pills from the commence of their disease: '.Mwjjv . WW fr you. will not blame yourselves if your children rii. bat you did not try tbe Persian pills. -- Sold by E. SAM SOS. sot ,r agent for Ypsilanti IMPROVEIi QUALITY AND HAXFRICE. -' ,7COM STOCK !5 CO?S CONC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 October 1845

-I I i D t;f-.-i ri-H y"v:W e'tr. i-j .i-iV ii. .; m V..V ; OCIt 1IBEBTY A5D HAPPINESS AS A NATION AKK IX i CR OWN KEEPING, IF THEV ABB EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON. THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIUMNU AMBITauN Al BT OWN HAKHS. y VOLUUiC II. YPSILAiNTl, (...IC1J) VVEDN hJSDA Y OC i. 15, 1845. ISUilBKll'3L 'TPSILApi TSEN 2'INElJ Will be published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanli Waautenaw Co. Michigan, ; -" CHARLES WOODRUFF. - " ' jiToa ahd paoraiSTO.. . TeITmS. - 1 ! l - - J v i o suoacriuera wn. pay in uui - To who delay till after three months, 2,00 ' v ItATES OF ADVERTISING.- , For one. aquare,(l4 !) one insertion $0,50 - "For every aubsequeht insertion : . -j.-'- 25:. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the ye.tr. . XZTAtl letters and -communications must be adJreaj to the proprietor postage paid to receive attention. . , t- XT So paper will be discontinued until all arearagcs are paid. ' '. s- . TO CLUBS' OF SUBSCRIBERS. - Five copies ot the Semi...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 October 1845

ettted down anvd her brother and sisters. ' ; She waa too c verj.iyed at lit" coromgYtS" keep" up the joke any longer, iikI tMn in the redoubtable Don Giorgio, Charles was laidcacqninted with Xu ry brother George h had resided for t m years . to Rio Jauerio, and whom lur hud never before seen, the whole matter wm 9ftti5fcttrity explaine. Charles could not "but uuk now ledge thaf he had "been ' fairly met, and as his gentle confessor was twit Hisposed to imp se n very henry penance on hint for his wandering of fancy they toon found lliemsrlvr as happy a vrr. :- w- r, Jlfra. Wkienort, hsviwg ? fled her lawsuit, in fither word havi'-g ob'iii ted thnKhvorce fur which both she find her-tiushr.rt hd applied, set off to Washington where she hoped s fa find - exercise -fir her talents during a winter ess:on of Congress. She !efia'rnn$i lcitd'r le'.ter fir Charles, who did pet' consider it prudent toieplo i:i a similar spirit, -ns thus ended the Correspo-d-nce. Charles has returned in his fo...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 October 1845

MoTTiTVkoM;" OuEGox.Fr..m a'ltHer of XUet 1)1KI).--At Rawsotiville.ori the 2d met. .Viiss.j Marshall of the" ILiih Sherflf of Oregon, who his MXuY Per, consort of Abb am Peer, formerly been there fifteen year-, received a few days since ol Perry (Jen. Co N. Y. . j dated the 12;h of April,' written to his brother in this cou itv, we m.ike :i fw extracts: Iadcpzn denre (Mo ) Expositor. Lust year 1 raU.-d lot)0 bushels of whca. this year I (ht-.U I will have 3C00 bushel. I have a laryc farm Ivn : ciiht n.iies from sl.i'J navigation, worth as much :n li-ilf li county you me in. 1 h ive a l.irjj l iji'Ji' in Oregon ci;y ilut li-is cost nre about -$70')0 l have also property in the city of Mu! ainnn'.jh, and also in Mts town t:f Ti'iton. Oregon. city lies on the rast sulo of tin; Willamette fall?, and Mu'.lniitKoiii.on thti wr-sl side, and Tin- ton 20 mile biow, at (behead of lnp oavia'iiii. ' 1 have beiJe79 h-ad of cattle, 15 ho id of hor ses. 200 hogs, 2 dogs 1 cat 3 children," and the ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 October 1845

WotlLP JpVctftrly 'inform his friends and the 3 well khoHHik where ho is now prepared rV 2 well knov where he ii how prepared WfS TABLES: wlratwavs srgVd au-abundance Wv';?i BAH w"n.i?vr tlm present tVteni MX UTART.ES. art-Un .wdl rumdied'. and he iv hw'girests the highest eiatisfuctioii aiihe most : ;.vvv ,; , : ; BOARDING - - !-J On the most moderate, terms by the day, , week, month or year. ; j1;;' .. T' Y-IIF would hhn Inform rite public that but stock of Groceries in the basement ol the " Ureat Vves-j It is peculiarly adapted to the removal andjireven ternimi'W ev. ry artu le l IV.nily use sach a " r ? ' ; V. " ' i ' ' ";" V ;' ;' 'I '" ofthe following diseases : Bilious, InUrmittant, w v. .,M.tn ieil rp.!es, ). jroit.Ale,.,Uder. Lemons,. Oranges, lSuirnegs, &e. &c. ;, . , niatlsmf Enlargement of the spleen internal PWes, l-i .' .' Vr CCTAIjhj PnnvVme nnd L;qlors of the best quality for Medicinal lise.rQ ' Colic Acidity of the Stomach, Incipient Djarrhoe, ULof whicli wi...

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