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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 11 March 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOLUME III NUMBER 7. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY MARCH 11, 1846. WHOLE NO. Ill CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS. ! The clock at length struck eleven; and at thel THE UNWASHED OTHELO. I same moment he was informed that a cab was at the One night Major P H , Colonel ( Mr. Clay A Scene at Natchez. The Con- Them Shoe Strings. An old genius in Detroit cf cordia Intelligencer gives the following account of a cordwainer, who may or who may not be alive at One erwise RATES OF ADVERTISING. For one square, 14 lines or less one week, $0 50. for subsequent insertions perWeek 25. Dollar and fifty ends, if paid in Advance; oth- door' e merely said i am ready, and allowed , with one or two others, who were supping j an interview betwen Mr. Clay, and an uncouth, but the present writing, prided himself a good deal upon e Two Dollars will invariablv be charged'. ! himself to be conducted to the vehicle, into which he j at the Bugle Inn, at Newport,agreed to amuse them...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 11 March 1846

Tub Sale Bill. We are indebted to the kind. Ben of Mr. Peck, of the House for copies of the Railroad sale bill as offered by the eommitttee and a? amended by the House. Its length forbids its pub lication entire, but we lay before our readers such parts as are of most immediate interest. Section 4, naming the funds in which payment hall be received, is as follows: Sec. 4. In any payment of purchase money to be made to the State by or from said company, the state treasurer is hereby authorized and di ecte 1 to receive and the said company may at its option, pay, except as hereinbefore provided, the whole or any portion in lawful money of the United States, or in either of the following classes of st te in IpjteJness, to wit: First: The bonds specified in the first section of an act entitled an act to liquidate the public debt and to provide lor the payment of interest thereon, ap proved March 8th, 1843, an.l the interest bonds is sued for unpaid interest on said bonds up to July 1st,...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 11 March 1846

common schools, he would have been without ed ucation: so of the Chief Justice of ihis State, and other great men who had benefited and honored their country. Mr. Scott opposed the amendment, and Mr. Lamb replied that if the amendment was not adop ted he would pledge himsell to bring to the next legislature 25.000 names in favor of the provision and two thirds of the ci izuns of the gtn leman's own vuiage. The amendment (one dollar for each scholar) was adopted. A long discu-sion ensued on an amendment com pelting districts 10 plant trees around school hous es. Mr. Lamb look lillle part. The provision was adopted. The rest of the afternoon was passed in dis cussing the mode of appointing regents of llio Uni versity and other topics in connection with that institu ion. But without coining to any vote the committee rose and the House adjourned. .March 4th On motion of Mr Walker, the bill to sell the Central railroad was taken up. Mr. Noble offered an amendment making the President, di...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 11 March 1846

GREAT WESTERN HOTEL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BARBER, WOULD Respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he has taken ihe above well known stand, where bo is now prepared :o receive iheir calls. HIS TABLES, will always aH.rd an abundance of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the weurv ; and his BAIl, whatever the present v-tein of "No License" will allow to the thirsty. HIS STABLES, are mNii well supplied, ai d he flatters himself that nothing is now wanting to give his guests the highest satisfuctiua a t ie most moderate price?. B O A R D I N G, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. TIF. would also inform ihe public thai his stock of Groceries in ibe basement of the " Great Wes tern" comprises every arm lo I family use, such as Sail, Fish. Poik. Sar, Cheese. Candle:, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, SalaralU9, Nails, Dried Apples, Detroit Ai Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, &c. &c. fjOAIo Pure Wine and Lquors of the best...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 18 March 1846

7 YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOLUME III NUMBER 8. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY MARCH 18, 1846. WHOLE NO. 112 CHAS. WOODRUFF, Ebitor and Proprietor. 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. " for subsequent insertions perWeek 25. From the Albany Argus. THE PRISON CONVICT. IT ALFRED TSACV. A rhyme to weave! a rhyme'for one By the world t orgot ten long, A noble rhyme for the aon of Crime, And his prison keep so strong. And weave it well, that all .nay list. And troll it lound and wide. With mona.le link and gyve lo clink In a glorious symphony .' Tfee cor.vict wight, with his crown all cropt, rAad Ims garb so quaint to see, A merry life in hi tartness, Wi h his doughty freres has he. tiurglar and thief, and he whose hand Hath a fadeless stain of blood, Oh, these they are so fain to be Offus chosen brotherhood. From dawn till dusk, the livelong day. How chee...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 18 March 1846

THE SENTINEL. YPSILANTI, WEDNESDAY MARCH 18, ISlf. Odd Fellowship. On our first page will be found an address on the subject of Odd Fellowship. We insert it at the earnest request of a subscriber, with-; out intending or wishing, to commit ourselves in any ; way in regard to the institution. This being the j second article at the request of its members it is j proper that we make this explanation lest our posi tion in legard to the matter should be misunderstood. (7 We are glad to see that Mr. Baldwin has in troduced to the House a bill for the incorporation of the Huron River Canal Company. We hope it may pass, and measures be immediately taken to open a water communication between here an 1 Gibraltar. This would be an act of real utility, tt eoul i injure no one, nor would it conflict with any of our state improvements. The cap tal ne essary to do it, is not sufficiently great to form a dangerous monop oly; nor need there be any infringement of private rights. The incorporation of...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 18 March 1846

V FOREIGN NEWS. The Toronto arrived recently at New York bringing news fo ur days later then the Cambria. We gather the follow ing items. Lord Mordeih, a Free Trader has been trium phantly re elected to Parliament from Yorkh:re. Dearth in London. - Coo J potatoes are selling at three halfpence per pound; and the four pound loaf nf bread, at 8 J to lt)d. Fall of provisions in Ireland. Meals of all kinds nd poik in particular, have fallen, in Consequence of ihe probable success of Sir Robert Peel'a Free Trade Po'icy. Pigs that averaged 43s to 41s per cwt, a fortnight back would uol bring 35s at the of Taghmou. Riots in Ireland. Troops have been ordered to Galwav and other large towns, for 'he pui pose, it is said, of repressing any out bread among the people w u h may arise owing to the expor tation of com. The Times of the 7th, speaking of the "Notice ' resolutions in Congress, lias lliu following: "We do not anticipate that the resolution for terminating the convention lor twelve mo...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 18 March 1846

ORE AT western hotejl AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTl. S. J. BARBER, WW7"0ULD Respectfully inform his friends and well known stand, where he is now prepared to receive their calls. HIS ABLES. will always nfT.rd an abundance of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the weary; and his BAR, whatever the present svteru of "No License" will allow to the thirsty. HIS STABLES, are also well sullied, ar.d he flatters himself that nothing is now wanting to give his guests the highest saiisliieti" n a the most moderate price?. BOARDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. GRO HE would also inform the public that bis stock of Groceries in the basement of the Great Wes tern" comprises every arhrle of family use. soch as Salt, Fish. Pork, Sug.ir. Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, CofFec, Salaratus, Nails, Dried App's. Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, kc. &c. , OCT" Also Pur- Wine and L-quors of the best quality for Modicinal use.ArQ All of which wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 April 1846

r YPSILANTI SENTINEL. amam HH WHOLE NO. 114 VOLUME III NUMBER 10. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY APRIL 1, 1846. . -as 1 CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor and Proprietor. 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. for subsequent insertions perW eek 25. From the Dublin University Magazine. SFARK ME YE P A WHILE. BY JOHN FISHER HURRAY. Withered flowers wi;hin my garden, The place tliou makest ali forlorn Willi thy broken limbs out-spre iding, With thy leaflets jagged and torn, When from earth my hand would rive thee, Forth to flin?, abandoned, vile, Closer thou clingest and closer, pleading "Spare me spare me yet awhile." Mutely, thus, thou didst reproach me; Has thy memory fled with Summer, That thou now would'st elk-possess mo, Fling from thee with dishonor, My fragrant breath thou hast enjoyed it, iIy bloom might wandering eyes beguile; Oh! if the past may fail t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 April 1846

THE SENTINEL. YPSILANTI. WEDNESDAY APRIL 1, m6. WHIG MEETING. The Whig" Electors of the Township of Ypsilant are rraajntH to meet at the Engine house, in the TillageoT Ypsilanti, on Friday the third day of Apil, ntxt at one o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of nominating candidates to be supported for Town ship officers -t the ensuing Election. Let every big be present. By order of the Township Committee. Ypsilant i March 24, 181(. Of menibersof theHotrae of Representatives, irjobe- ( Ypsilanti Ltterart Association. It is a grafi- dience to tne act of Congress on1 that subject and fying fact that the weekly meetings of this society Speakers chair gnawing furiously at ft tremendous Bologna, asked if he might have the privilege of an- which she has denied and successfully resisted. We continue and are very well attended. This is the swering in his own defence wcre.not aware that these issues had been tried re- first instance within our recollection, of a similar II cently in N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 April 1846

in regard to ihe time and place of their perform, once, are incompatible with those which apper tain to the presidency of the Society. My Cir cuit Courts, which I am required to attend in four States, commence in May, annuity, and engage my time with short intervals, up to the period when I am obliged to leave the West to attend the Supreme Court at Washington. You will perceive, therefore, that it will not be in my power to attend the meetings of the So ciety, and that tne office, under such circumstan ces, if accepted, would be merely nominal. 1 beg, therefore, most resptfnlly to decline the ap pointment, and to ask the B-ard, through you, to Hccept my profound gratitude for the honor ihey have done me With great respect, I am. dear sir Your obeditnt servant. JOHN McLEAN. Rev. J. C. Brigham. I). D. Corresponding Sec'v Am. Bible Society. R LIST OF LETTERS, EMAINING in the Post Office at Ypsilan ti, April 1st 1846. Andrews Thos. K. Ambrose Alaiison, Allen John, Alice Thomas, Allen J...

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

I US! EAT WESTERN HOTEL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BARBER, WOULD Respectfully inform his friends and the public generully, that he has taken the above well known stand, where he is now prepared to receive their calls. HIS TABLES, will always afford an abundance of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the wenrv and his BAR, whatever the present system of "No License" will allow to the thirsty. HIS STABLES, ureal-) wH supplied, and he flutters himself that uotiiing is now wanting to give his guests the highest satisfaction at the most moderate pneee. BOARDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. HE would also inform the public that bis stock of Groceries in the basement of the 44 Great Wes tern" comprises every article nf family use, such as Salt, Fish. Pork, Sugar, Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaratus, Nails, Dried Apples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, &c. &c. (K7Also Pure Wine Hi.d Liquor of the best q...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 April 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. E VOLUME III NUMBER 12. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY APRIL 15, 1846. WHOLE NO. 116 CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS One Dollar and fifty cents if paid in Advance- oth- erwise Tico Dollars will invariably be charged. . - - ... . - i . , , , , RATES OK ADVERTISING. For one square, 14 lines or less one week, 0 50 " for subsequent insertions perWeck 25 From the Columbian Magazine. WILT THOU LOVE HER STILL? Wilt thou love her still, when the sunny curls Thai over her bosom flow, Will be laced with ihe silver threacs of age, And her step fulls sad and low ? Wi!t thou love her still, when the fumrncr's smiles On her lips no longer live ? " I will love her still, With right good will V Thou wilt love her still ? Ihen our cherished one To :hy sheltering arms we give. Wilt thou love her slill, when her changeful eyes Have grown dim with sorrow's rain; When the bosom that beat ngiinst thine own Throbs slow wi:h the weight of pain ; When her silvery laugh rings o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 April 1846

LAWS OF MICHIGAN A BILL To fluke the homestead inalienable, and : reg ulate mid df fl ic the separate imercsts of Mar fled Per-mis. J, . M Section . Be it enacted by the Seas and House of Representatives of tin, Slate (' Mir hi Kan, tllela'e and property. rV, personal or mx ed. n trued by any w.mi m t i'i fim of her mar riage, and n it ein'uac. i in y i. na;'.- c tract or settlement .tih tor Innna id, mil a I Hut ho may acq i ire mI.i r ftv niinw ,y t. v se, p itch, gilt .r ww . ri,.' ,,j , i mar descud iu h r ni n-h w iv ihnl. ifumiir ried, it have own her .trcn, i g to Hie laws ol sVsCVtit, t.cJ mII that m i) niuM In in h - exeh ittgc or eats of such estate a id p p- ny. sha I Adeem ed her separate property. Sc ion 2. All t-s w" and i'--rv. re.i!, per onal or mixed, owned by a man at ine nine of Ilia marriage, ami n -ni! 1 it Bry cn.iiaci or settlement w ith hi il'r, hmI all Hi it lie may acquire by descent, devise gdi during hi. mar riage, and all that in an.- Inun ;he exchange o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 April 1846

FOREIGN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE SlLVIE DE GRaSSE. From the N.Y. Ilera'd, Extra of Sat. Evening. The Sue packet ship Silvie tie Grasse.Capiain Rich, arrived this morning from Havre; whenco he sailed on the 5ih ult. bringing two day9 laier new. There is nn new s of ihe least importance. The Paris money market was easier and more v.mated o he 4th ult. The Chamber of deputies continued on the 3d ult., the discussion on the Internal Navigation biil. The article granting 5,000,000 fr.for the if NW tmntofthe part of the Seine that runs through Pns, was adopted. The extreme mildness of the ssason has led many persons to s, c ..Lite on the probable nature of the ensuing harvest. The winters of 1607, 1509. 1613. and 1617 were exceeding mild, and That the Wild Cherry Bark possesses rare medicinal virtues, is universally conceded, for there is scarcely a family in our land that does not use it in some simple form, and are benefitted by its use The Balsam of Wild Cherry it prepared by the cel ebrat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 April 1846

CrRKAT WESTERN HOTEJL AT THE R AIL HO AD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BAKBER, WOULD Resp'-cifullv inform his frirnds and I lie public generally, lhat lie has taken the above well known imniiiL lwr I' i mi prepared 'r receive their calls. HIS TABLES, will hI iv aff ril an abundance of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the vmrv, niH ni BAR, wh . ver present svteni of "No License" will allow to the thirsty. HIS STABLE, htv !. wvll niii;Hrtf, ni d he Ratten himself that nothing is now wanting to gt?e his guests the highest HHialaeiioti ni tin- innsi moderate price?. B O ARD N G, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. GRIP HE would also inform the public lhat tin stock of Groceries in the basement of the " Great Wes Urn" compiisrs every arti le ( family use. s.ieh as Salt, Fish. Pork, Sttgnr. heee. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaratus, Nails, Dtied Apples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, &c. &c. 07"AUo Pun- Wine and L qunrs of the best...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 April 1846

SENTINEL. VOLUME III NUMBER 13. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY APRIL 22, 1846. WHOLE NO. 117 YPSILANTI CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor ap Proprietor. TERMS!" One Dollar and fiflu cents, if paid in Advance: oth- erwise Two Dollars will invariably be charged. RATKS OF ADVERTISING. For one sqnare, 14 lines or less one week, $0 50 " for subsequent insertions perWeek 25 THE MESSENGER BIRD. BV Mas UMA.S. Some of the native Brazilians pay great veneration deceased, have sent, and that ii bri.tas new from the other world. Thou art ccne from the Spirit's land, thou bird ! Thou art come from the Spirit's bed ; Through the Hark pine prove let thy voice be heard, And tell of the shadowy land. We know that thy bowers are green and fair in the light of that summer shore. nd we kuow that the friends hc have lost arc there. They are there -ano they weep no more ! And We know they have quenched their fever's thirst From the Fountain of Youth ere now For there must the stream in its tresht.css burst, Which none...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 April 1846

Correspondence of the Tribune. THINGS IN WASHINGTON. Washington April h 1546 12 o'clock midnight. I sent you a short abstract of to-day's proceedings by the evening mail. I intended to give you a full ketch this evening, but my feelings revolt from re viving the memory of such scenes. I can sincerely ay that I felt for Mr. Dickinson yesterday, when Mr. Webster was 6bowcnng upon his head these red hot thunderbolts to-day my compassion ha3 been excited still farther by hie at tempts to show that the dead are still living. The little paB at arms bet'veen Messrs. Cass and Webster this morning was piquant. Mr. Cas put a question to Mr. Webster 0:1 the law of Nations, Mr. Dickinson giving way for that purpose. When Mr. Webster rose, le snv'llingly looked over to Mr. Dickinson, and askerVvili the honorable Mem ber allow me 1 9 Mr. Dickinson very pomprisly arise, supposing lie had his annihilate at his feet, and said, that he would, for an explanation, but not for a speech ! Such courtesies...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 April 1846

i m fents actually had occupation of (he town for 24 hours, and then, having seized the arms in the w seunl, bad retired toward the. Russian frontiers. Another denies the fact of the occupation of ihe town by the insurgents, and simply affirms that inflxrnatory placards had been posted about the streets, but without any overt act against the ex iating order of things. The conspiracy, judging from all accounts, was widely spread and deaply planned ; but fur a peo pie, divided as are the Poles, into Serfs and Nu bility, between whm no sympathy can exist, to throw off the yoke imposed by the powerful arms of Russia Aus'na and Prussia must be a hope less task. Executions have no doubt commenced era this, and the axe and exile will be put in quisition, to remove all future danger. re- A CARD. The officers and members of Wyandott Lodge No 10, of the L O. of O. F. hereby tender their thanks to the Ladies of Ypsilanti, for their valuble services so kindly rendered them from time to time in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 April 1846

CrREAT WESTERN HOTEJL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTt. S. J. BARBER, WOULD Rewpreiftiilv inform his friends and the public generully, that he hos taken the above well konu n M.mil. where he is now prepared :o receive thrircalls. HIS TABLES, u-.tl jV affjrd an abundance of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the wtirv ; and his B Il. h .vvt r tin present sv-teni of "No License" will allow to the thirsty- HIS STABLER, m well supplied, ar.d he flutters himself that nothing is now wanting to give his guests the highest satisfaction at the most moderate prices. BOARD N G, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. HE would also inform tru public that his stock of Groceries in the basement of the " Great VVes. torn" compriM's rv-ry arln-h- l family use, siich as Salt, Fih. Poik, Su;r. 'Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, SnutT, Coffee, Salaratus, Nails, Dried Apples, D.-iroit Ale, Cider,- Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, Ate. &c. OCT Also Pur Wine and Lqnors of the best quali...

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