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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 31 December 1845

to fc "iff ' YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOLUME II NUMBER 49. YPSILANTI, (MICH) WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 31, 1845. WHOLE NO. 101. CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor ad Propietor. TERMS. One Dollar and fifty cents, if paid in Advance; oth erwise Two Dollars will invariably be charged. RATES OF ADVERTISING. For one square, 14 lines or less one week, $0 50. M u for subsequent insertions per week, 25. For the Ypsilanti Sentinel. ORIGIN OF ODD FELLOWSHIP. A spirit was sent from the "realms of the blest," To sooth the afflicted, to relieve the distressed, To "comfort the mourner," the wayworn and sad And bid the down hearted look up, and be glad. He bore a bright scroll, from the Heaven above, On which was inscribed, 'Truth,friendship and Love.' He stood by the couch of anguish and sorrow, And his presence bro't light and hope for the morrow ; He wiped the damp dew from the cold clamy brow, He tanght the lone sufFrer, in worship to bow Before the "Holy of Holies,' and his mercy to prove Whose best gift to man was,...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 31 December 1845

! THE SENTINEL. YPSILANTI, WEDNESDAY DEC. 31, 1845 Terms $1,50 Cash in Advance, 17 Such of our Subscriber as arc pleased irh j j ir the appearance and character m this paper wui ,J BJT confor a favor on us by exhib-uinp n u ibeir fj ! dJ" neighbors, and 'req iesrm Hnir pairmmue. JJI 7 v sl Executive Patronage. It may be remembered bv some ol our readers.that some lime since we made ! some remarks in reference to this subject, and prom- ised to pursue it further at some future time. We r . now redeem the pledge which we have too long ncg-ig lected, and trust that we shall not again prove so negligent. The influence which can be exerted, to perpetuate the rule of the President of the United States, to I enable him to stretch the moderate power which the spirit of the Constitution gives him, to an almost dictatorial extent, and when he reluctantly leaves the chair of state: enables him to appoint his successor, demands the closest scrutiny by the peo ple. We have ever boasted of our De...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 31 December 1845

'Mr. Mangum was sorry that this subject had been brought forward eo early, and before the President had called our attention to it. He had confidence in the President as a man of honor, and approved of his course, thus far in the Oregon negociation. Could we not trust him therefore, to warn us of the danger of war and the necessity for preparation ? Was it necessary to make an alarm and to hasten the action of ihe Senate in regard to such a subject ? He did not believe that (Jrea Britain would go to war for the acquisition of Oregon, merely. That wouid be a mere pretext. He knew there was to be a struggle between free principles and monarchial government. The pow ers of Europe was jealous of our progress. When that strife came, it would shake all Christendom to its centre Thrones and dynasties would fall before it- He adverted to the interposition of for eign powers in the Texas affair, and said that no one was mire incensed nt if than he was. If we were to acquire California, he tr...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 31 December 1845

Jjr GRE AT WESTERN HOT1 AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTl. S. J. BARBER, KBTOULD Reapcctfullv inform his friends and the public generally, that he has taken the above WW wall known stand, where n is now prepared to receive their calls. HIS TABLES, will always afford an abundence of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the weary ; and his BAR, whatever the present fcvsfera of "No License" will allow to the thirsty. HIS STABLES, are also well supplied, and he flatters himself that nothing is now wanting to give his guests the highest satisfaction at the most moderate price?. BOARDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. CER 1ES, HE would also inform the public that bis stock of Groceries in the basement of the Great Wes tern" comprises every article of family use, such as Salt, Fish. Pork, Sugar, Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaralus, Nails, Dried Apples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, dec. &c. 0O"Also Pure Wine and Liquors...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 7 January 1846

5 ' VOLUME II NUMBER 50. YPSILANTI, (MICH) WEDNESDAY JANUARY 7, 1816. WHOLE NO. 102. YPSILANTI SENTINEL. ('HAS. WOODRUFF, Editor a.nd Propiktor. TERMS. One Dollar and fifty cents, if paid in Advance; oth erwise Two Dollars will invariably be charged. KATES OF ADVERTISING. For one square, 14 lines or less one week, i0 50. u u for subsequent insertions per week, 25. THE BALLOT BOX. Freedom's consecrated dower. Casket of a priceless gem! .Nobler heritage of power Than imperial diadem ! Corner stone on which was reared liberty's triumphant dome, When the glorious form apearcd 'Midst our own green mountain home. Purchased by as noble blood As in mortal veins e'er run, By the toil of those who stood At the side of wasuixjto.n Bv the hearts that met. the foe On their native battle plain. Where the arm that deals the blow Never heeds to strike again! Guard it freemen! guard it well! Spotless as your mai Jen's fame! Never let your children tell Of vour weakness of your shame; That their fath...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 7 January 1846

i THE SENTINjEIj I atiie juggkng, and the moreSSfn - . - jatJ markets the mure r. Dkn t 1 1 i YPSILANT1, WEDNESDAY JAN. 7. HI5. markets the more we shall suffer. Let us at once break this dependence, though it should even be at IT 8uch of o,,r ,K.,X ; : wnwu w,in ine retirement ot the lovers of the dear g tyLStS'S, yS7J 5 P" - "See.. Le, u. ptace our wThb.!0' h" "" by exhibi,i"r " ri UMnufactoee, and consequently our markets fry the nd rcqneatius their patronage. II wrfe of our agriculturists, thorohv n iL I o 7 -t ooTiiiy an urn roar T Acwtor Genera,, r.,-.. h- ..7" T P""'01' tne Irt on our finer, and the cost no, wuhsUnrfine w.. iv.n ,h. u L sucn8name'111 position as we are liable to suffer .m f tlu, - Democrat - pre,,,, ,b.i no la won! 1 b. T . T UgM l be Wtuated and per Accessary -o mcetihe J ,,,,,, ry i.iwe.t. Thi, nren- wepre8entadministratioB. nm for the sale of ihp Railmail. " r - . i How nn Vnrr run.--run At...... 1 f . . . , . . ... a "T" """" : tetter a fair cimnce ol bri...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 7 January 1846

zcr INAUGURAL ADDRESS. The following is the Inaugural Address of Gov. Felch on being sworn into office in presence of the two Houses : Fellow citizens of the Senate and the House of Representatives : In your presence and in the presence of this convo cation of free citizens, I have taken upon me the ob ligations of the oath required of the Chief Executive officer by the constitution of Michigan. Under the happy system of representative govern ment, offices of power and trust are the birthright of none. No ancient charter establishes in advance the suc cession of rulers ; no imperial decree, no military prowness, no diplomatic arrangement designate the individuals who are to be clothed with authority. Under our system the private citizens listens to the voice of his fellows, and while it is yet sounding in his ear, the duties and responsibles of official station are resting upon him. Selected by their votes, he is from their own number, and receives the chart of his authority from th...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 7 January 1846

- -i GREAT WESTERN HOTEL, AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BARBER, HftfTTv inform hi friends and the public generally, that ho has taken the above . ;uul. wbrrc he is now prppared !o receive their calls. .i mIwuy." oil" rl mm abundance of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the wh;i'v r sin pi i m vtetu of "No License" will allow to the thirsty. ,.h aU. "H -ujl eil, and he flatters himself that DOtiiing is now wanting to WOULD R.?p well known HIS TABLE S. weiirv ; nnd BAR HIS STABLES .11. .. ...i".. ikl llm rnnl mnrforntfl nrifp.--. gtve his gut-88 ine n ' vt """ i BOAiiDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. ....... s HE would also inform thf public l hat his slock of tern" comprisi's i vt i article ..f family use, such as Salt. Fish. Pork." Sonar. Chetve. Candles. Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaralus, DiH-d A i tiles, I), nun Ah-, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, fcc. &c. OO" Also Pure Wkm and Liquors of the best quality for Medicinal use....

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 January 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOLUME II NUMBER 51. YPSILANTI, (MICH) WEDNSDAY JANUARY U, 1816. WHOLE NO. 103. r CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor and Propiktor. TERMS. One Dollar and fftu cents, if paid in Advance; oth erwise Two Dollars will invariably be charged. KATKS OF ADVFHTISING. laws of Michigan thus far, has been favourable to J tne wenare 01 tne citizens ana tnc Douy pouuc, is i too well attested bv tre universal saletv and pros- For one square, 14 lines or less cne week, $0 50. j perity of the country to admit of a doubt. Deficits as to occasion but little expense to the Treasury. Gfih(fral Surrey Mineral Region. The rve-tv m hn.-holv dispensation of divine proVi- My own clear conviction of the inexpediency of al. sale at an appraisal, evidences of State indebtedness dene- in ihe sudden death, -n the mt.Ut ol his ' 'lJ S ' l'J IC '""'' " - . . of private rights, or the breach of obligations; indeed 1 ercised. In others a simplification of the proceedings lands, sales have been made amounting ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 January 1846

legislation by Congress, on the new rights and du ties thus created, and would lead too similar dirticul ties and embarressments. So law of the general government provided for a general reservation of lands containing minerals from sale and no sale of lands, it is believed, has been made, reserving the minerals thereon, or any part of them to the government. On the contrary lands containing iron, coal, lead, and probably other mine rals have been disposed of by sale, and patents given conveying to the purchaser an absolute title; and no reason can be conceive. i why this poition of the pub lic domain should not be disposed of in like manner. The system of leasing the lead mines of the Uni ted States, has been foi u l both unwise and unprofit able. For the four last years, the amount of receipts from this source is reported at b4 14, w hile the expenses incidental to it have been $2o',)ll 11. The lead mines in Missouri were at one tune leased, but remonstrance was ma ie by the state,...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 January 1846

V A. tempt !o ascertain the truth of these reports until the date of the affidavit below, when the deponent voluntarily appeared before a Justice of the Peace and made the deposition, a verbatim copy of which we give. The deponent, it is said by those who have call ed on him, is a man of good character appears well on ihe most strict examination and seems to be fully aware of the singularity of his position a position which he would most gladly evade if regard for truth would permit him. Another evidence of his sincerity is found in the fact that he left tlie house in obedience to :he wish es of the apparition. But (be subject would doubtless have bean lit. tie regarded, had not the intimation of the appari tion, most singularly coincided with facts, which the deponent, being a stranger from another State neceaarily ignorant of the circumstances he so clearly stated, except he had previously learned them from some unknown source. This induced the community about the scene of the tra...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 January 1846

. V ' j- - GREAT WESTEM HOTEL AT THE KAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. OILD Resp well known 8.L BARBER, in Ins friends ami ihe public generally, tha fiillv imffrm Ins friends ami the public generally, thai he has taken the above ..ml whtn he is now prrnared to receive their calls. HIS TABLES, will always ttff.ird an abundance ot looo 10 tne hungry; HIS Hh.l)i, rest to the j wtrv ; and his BAIL h;ii-vrr m .rart svMem of "No License" -will allow lo the thirsty. HIS STABLES, ' mhn wl -npiilu tl, and he Halters himself that nothing is now wanting to i give his guests the higU. aiisl.ieiio. 'be most moderate prices. BOA RDING, On the most Moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. GROCERIES, HE would also inform the public lhat his stock of Groceries in '.ho basement of ihe " Great Wes trm" comprises vm artirtc of family use, such as Salt, Fish. Pork, Sugar, Cheee. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaratus, Nails, Dried AM,!?S D' irnit Ab, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, 6cc. &...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 25 February 1846

1 I YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOLUME III NUMBERS. YPSILANTJ, (MICH,) WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 25, 1846. WHOLE NO. 109 "All but my wife and mother ndvised me to yield." Appeal of C. M. Clay and resumed her spinning at the window, where she .coolness of the air around was abo perceptible-1 C. M. CLAY'S WIFE AND MOTHER, could see all that passed in the street. On the next Slowly, a recollection returned she opened her eyes The follwing anonymous Poem was sent to Mr. Clay r i . -., ii .t it . . rnm Ac lii hu a county. Uluo. holyday she was allowed to take a walk with some w nere was sne f ne couiu see me uy above young girls, her companions. j ner; around was the free air: she teeing suspended The sun shone brightly the air was fresh and balmy j between heaven and earth. It was Her fall had and the fields were covered with wild flowers, which j bcen arrested by the wide spreading, branches of a the merry maidens plucked wreathing them into gar- i fir-tree rooted in a projecting portion ol the rock,...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 25 February 1846

THE SENTINEL, Ypsilanti. Wednesday feb. as, isc. ff" The Advertiser. is sorty to learn that nidny of the forwarders of Detroit are fearful that the sale of the Railroad may seriously aff ct their tu n ts; for our part,we are surprise 1 that tbff have rever began to fear this before. But te eofc.'o! tion which the Ad- vertiser offers muet be ; ecullarlv grateful tu lh .se -j , . , . , , , ,! , i 1 fe,H,BUICB U,UUM w uu CM uc ,c micert, "says thai paper, mimesis w n rre nrcportier- ably increased, and wit'a little uioie la" tlic e profits may be realize;!. Bnt we apprehend th" A lr srtiuer does net put forth this argument so much tho comfort f the For warders, as to conceal froia tb eye- of the people, the grounds of the Portrardefti1 fr-arrfvars which rise spontaneously in the breast of every farmer on Ihe line of the Central Road, if their aconaintarjce with the Commercial sy. in of the State was of such a character as to enable them as dearly to discover the power and influence of ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 25 February 1846

V V opposed it originated in a speculative movement He thought that the safe of ine railroad would lav waste the wharves of Detroit and destroy its for warding business. He nad no sympathy with forwarder, or steamd oat combinations, but b fear ed the state would lose a larjje amount of taxable property It would ruin tlte city of Detroit. He feared too lhat the company would drive out all other ware-h'.me men. The amendment was lost. Mr Nob'e tri'ived to amend section 7. 6v rrqui ring notioe to be given of ibe lime and place ot as sessing damages. Mr. Hand had no objection to the substance of the amendment, and as modified by him it was adopted. Mr. Ames moved to strike om section 8ih. He though) it unccessay, and too wide departure from the ordinary course of law adopted. Sections 9 and 10 wero no amended as to re quire tne com a y tokt'ep all cross roads in repair. Mr. Noble moved to amend the 13 section so as to prohibit any charge fur storage. This mo tion was lost. Mr. Rice move...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 25 February 1846

GREAT WESTERN HOTEL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTl. S. J. BARBER, WOULD Rpsj Hw-H' ii l.'nu hie friends anri the public jrenerully, fhat he has taken the above well known '.! i) wiinrc U ' prepared to receive their calls. HIS TABLES, will ulw.iv ud'r! an iihumrlence of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS. rl to the weary and hi BAR. h ievT pnr:.i v-tciii of "No License" will allow lo the thirsty. HIS STABLES. No -il up,. Iind, ai d he Hatters himself that uothiiig is now wanting to give his guests ihe h 0 i ii .i hi the most moderate prices. B A R DING, On the most modi-rate terms by the day, week, month or year. 9S grocer HE would also inform the puhl.c thai bin stock of tern" comprises rverv article .f family use, s-ic.li as J . . .. .t- Salt, Flah. Pork, Sn-'.ir, (Jmet. UaitOSB, l ooacco, lea, onuu, vuiiee, oiiiumiua, imiia, rWH dunW D. ,i.ii Ato. Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, &c. &c. 0OAUt. Piirr Wit.e Hi.ri Lquors of the All of which will be sold V ft CA YPSILANTl, April...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 March 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. -J 1 VOLUME III NUMBER C. YPSILANTI, (MICH.) WEDNESDAY MARCH 4, 1846. WHOLE NO. 110 Lm1 T ! r CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor aito Proprietor. TERMS. One Dollar and fifty cents, if paid in Advance; oth erwise Tiro Dollars will invariably be charged. RATRS OF ADVRRTISING. For one square, 14 lines or less one week, SO 50. u u for subsequent insertions per Week 25. IMPORTANT CORRESPONDENCE Below we iay before our reide.s the correspondence between Messrs Packenham and Buchanan, on the Oregon question. We trust it will be carefully read and remembered. Mr. Packenham to Mr. Buchanan. Washington, December, 27, 1845. An attentive consideration of the present state of affairs, with reference to the Oregon question, has de termined the British government to instruct the un- dersigned, her Britanic Majesty's envoy extraordina I and minister plenipotentiary, again to represent in j ressin trms, to the government of the United j States, the expcdicu! lor II '"IBS w noie question of a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 March 1846

THE SENTfNEL. YPSILAN'N, WEDNESDAY MR:il 4, IW, Receipts or the Central Railroad. The re ceipts on this road for the month of Jan. 1846, were $19,885 39 for the corresponding month 1845, &6, 413 83 a triple increase. The increase on account of freight has been most remarkable, being from 82,- 475 31 to $13,861 11. 'iainj-thsiKonth as the, ,-aiual average for the yea t e receipts vii be $238,624 68. But the average is too small for th? follow'ng reasons. Fir,' January is not the month of the greatest travtl. .Secoui It is vne of the poorest months in the year for frc'ght w ng to the closing of navigation. Thir '. It is the month when conveyance is meet imjf.ied by snows and storms. There is then every reason to believe that the yearly receipts of the Central Road will not for the current year, fall far short of 3U0,(0. Of this we will suppose for one year the whole to be expaariad in run ning and repairs, and as much more as "the company' please to expend; after that, the people ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 March 1846

ridL "fir have been made the subject of repeated negotiation, still remain unsettled. You may be assured that no effort consistent with national honor shall be wanting on nty part to bring hid question to an early and peaceful termination. Gentlemen of the House of Commons 'The esti mates for the year will be laid before you at an early period. Although I am deeply sensible of the impor tance of enforcing economy in all branches of the ex penditure, yet I have been compelled, by a due re gard to the exigence of the public service, and to the state of our naval and military establishments; to propose some increase in the estimates which provide for their efficiency. My Lords and Gentlemen I have observed with deep regret, the very frequent instances in which the crime of deliberate assassination has been of late com mitted in Ireland. It will be your duty to consider whether any meas ures can be devised calculated to give increased pro tection to life, and to bring to justice the per...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 March 1846

GREAT WESTERN HOTEL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BARBER, WOULD Respectfully inform his friend and the public generally, that he has taken the above well know n Hand, where he M now prepared to receive their calls. Ht& TABLES, will always afford an abundance of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the wearv and his BAR, whatever ihe present sv-tern of "No License" will allow to the thirsty. HIS STABLES, are also w4l !up,.l ed, and he flatters himself that nothing is now wanting to give his guests the highest nnniM'iiwi a the trtost moderate prices. BOARDING, On tlie most modYrate terms by the day, week, month or year. 'GROC HE would also inform the public thai his stock of Groceries in the basement of the " Great Wes tern" comprises every article nf family use, sach as Salt, Fish, Pork, Sugar, Cliche. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaratus, Nails, Dried Applet Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, die. dtc. OCT Also Pur - Wine and Liquors of the best...

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