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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 July 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY JULY 81, 184& WHOLE NO. 128 VOLUME Iir NUMBER 24. CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor aso Proprietor. rT;,, :..L.,J..f(lffM ,Wit'sth vn,,n .,nB that T nut mr hone nnon i AIN ARTISTS KfiV EfitliK, A SLY tip of tbb taKATUKKvne i ui TERMS. : r . .... .u i.i,lr inv throat to Send middle-ed and old men to school aiain to Etats Unis tell the following: - One of the most , pened tobe.n Newport last summer, got uown mw One DMar and fifty cents, if paid irt Advance; oth- e , . ' - f -orV , a fied 8oabed with be done to send middle-aged and old men to school celebrated prrtr made, with a view of cxhibi- I the bar-room at nm early hour, when there was again to unlearn all the stuplcHly ana irumpery 01 au BLACK AND BLUE EYES. The eyes that glow with sparkling jet. And those that swim in orbs of blue, Had long contended which should get The palm ot beauty's empire due. Conflicting claima involv'd dispute. Black were too gray, and blue too stupid; At length...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 July 1846

THE SENTINEL. YfSlLANTI. WEDNESDAY JULY H, J4J U-J he .-Vent Jo TcrW details protefecdly that he was not the dupe of the schemers who were upon good authority, the doings of a Cabinet council poltmg the destruction of his reputation, and en ftt which a mode of conducting the Mexican war wcs deavoring to deprive him of the command of the ar- tktermined on, viz; to send with the army a number of Catholic c lergymen, who are. to have tree access to the Mexican soldiers, cititens :.nd camps, at all times except just preceding r.n engagement, when such access nHgM be frittghl with danger to the ar mv or the missionaries themselves. Should these Jesuits tail ir entiling the .Mexican clergy, by their . , . v..t r"'"-"' .uohiviilo u, the United States, to betray their count iy. Bishop Hughes ct New York is to be sent to Moxico cloth ed with plenary powers, in ihe hope that his sacerdo tal authority will accomplish what the majesty of the state has failed to do. While the Herald commends thi...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 July 1846

1 4 From ihe N. O. Ree. 20ih. FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. By ihe arrival of the bark Win. Avy, from Point Isabel, we have received several dnys later advices from the Army. The American Army under General Taylor remains in the same situation as previously tepor ted, ail in fine health and ai:xiou-lv awaiting inar ching orders. Correspondence f the Bee. Fort Brown, June II. The effects of loo much id'euess is readily per ceptibie in the camp, and as I suited to you be fore, I believe a volunteer company must be kept in noiou,to ensure diciplinu and contentment. We have improved so lilile iu drilling, but not us much as 1 could desire. Yesterday the Governor of Texas, (Gen, Hen derson) arrived here, from the capitol of his stu'.e and bore striking marks of the fatigues ol such u journey. In the course of a few days wo iook for a large number of mounted Texans. comman ded, I think, bv Geo. Burleson, the "great Indian fighter." A deputation of Tonkewa Indians reached camp this morning from th...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 July 1846

k GREAT WESTERN HOTEL, AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. 1 1 S. J. BARBER, WMfOULD R.spdfullv iiiAirin his friends nnd ile public generally, that ho has taken iho W H limiu n -i, mil, where he is now prepared :o receive their calls. HIS TABLES, will alirayf nfFord an abundance of fond In the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the wearv iind his II All. whn'owr Hie present s leni of "No- License" rrifl allow to the thirsty. HIS STABLH :ir? il w?U supplied, ar.d lie H.ttters himself that nothing is now wanting to give his guests the fogltetfl satisfuciiuii at the most moderate price;. BOARDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. Wv'; OCER1ES TOWN'S HE would al 'rm the public lhat bis stock of Groceries in 'he basement of the " Great Wes tern" comprises every article of family use, tcli a Salt Fisb. Pork. 'Sugar, Cheese. Candle?, Tobacco, Tea, Snuffi Coffee, Safaraftrs, Narls, Dried Apples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, Ate. Ate. CC7"ANo Pure Witie and ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 July 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOLUME III NUMBER. 26. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY JULY 22, 1846. WHOLE NO. 130 CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS. One Dollar and fifty cents,i paid in Advance: oth erwise Two Dollars will invariably be charged. RATB3 OF ADVERTISING. For one square, 14 lines or less one week, $0 50. u for subsequent insertions per Week 26. ALL ABOUT HER. Yea, the was lovely, she was fair, As mild as tommer eve; An angel form, a spirit bright, A star that dropped from eavon, Well she wus.) And oh! those bright and lustrous orb9, That warned with holy fire! Those auburn curls, that lovely brow, None, none could but admire. (Well they couldn't) fcAnd oh, that light and graceful form, p So like a beautious fairy (Perhaps we'd better leave out the "f," And then it would be airy,) (Well il would.) I knelt before her. and I swore I'd have one burn ing kiss; She said -go wash your nasty face; You can't enjoy such bliss!? (Well she did.) I swore she was an angel, too. Who'd ta...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 July 1846

THE SENTINEL. BEAUTIES OP THE NEW TARIFF. The Tribune thus aptly, and justly, holds up the YPSILANTI, WEDNESDAY JULY 22, 1846 ; beauties of the new, free trade tariff bill : ' ' ,. . - " The abolition of all specific duties, with the sub DB8IGN9 of the Administration. From thimn. L.;.... -i. ajv.i L . . .. . Biiiuuuii ui mc n.u aiuieui uiroogllOUI, IS lue in ment that the determination of Mr. Polk, to bring flexible rule of McKay's bill. Let us give a single on actual hostilities with Mexico, berame evident by his ordering the army of occupation forward, from the Nueces to the Rio Grande, we have never doubted that his aim was the conquest of a large part of the Mexican territory ; either for the purpose of securing a sonthren preponderance in the present Union, or of carving out a ' Republic of the Rio Grande to which our south-western States and territories might be an nexed. These plans, our readers will readily per ceive, are as nearly identical with those of the old Burr conspi...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 July 1846

(KOur leaders remember the woman who has been pursuing fer several years, a man named Gray, whom she claims as Her husband, und the life of whom she has several limes attempted. Tn last attempt was at Mackinac, a few days g'. A correspondent of the B jffilo Courier says: Her story is this. She is the daughter of a wealthy Canadian, one of the first families in Mon treal, and her brother is a Lieutenant in (he Hrit uh uavy. When quite young she was placed in Miss Seward's Seminary at Rochester, and was near graduating when she became acquainted wiih a man named Gray, who won her atVections and deceived her by a sham marriage, lived wiih her two years, confessed the fraud, and then took her money and left her alone with two children. She has followed him since, thousands of miles, day & night, sometimes on foot, at others by the swiftest conveyances, has shot at him twice, but as yet he has escaped her. Oniy a week since she was in Buffalo on her vengeful mission, and hearing he h...

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

GREAT WESTERN HOTEL, AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BARBER, WOULD Respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, (hat he has taken the iht well known stand, where ho is now prepared !o receive their calls HIS TABLES will nl wavs afford an abundance of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the weary; and his BAR, whatever the present .yfem of "No License" will allow to the thirsty HIS STABLllS. are. isi well supplied, and he Hatters himself that nothing is now wanting to giv his guests the highest sal olfaction at the most moderate prices. BOARDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. GROl HE would also inform the public that his stock of Groceries in the basement of the Great Wes tern" comprises every article nf family use, soch as Sail, Fish, Pork, Sugar, Cheese. Caudle, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaratus, Nails, Dried Apples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, &c. dtc. OCT Also Pure Wine and Lquors of the best quality...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 29 July 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY JULY 29, 1846. WHOLE NO. 131 VOLUME III NUMBER 27. CH AS. WOODRUFF, Editor anp Proprietor. ) Not that I am about to torture you with the events i nf that striicror e in detail tnese oeioiis w um BB firm, and mav hp nondered at vour leisure. Yet I do TERMS. One Dollar and fifty cents,H paid in Advance; oth srwise 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. ADDRESS. Delivered at Independence Island, YpsUanti, July 4th 1846. BY H. P. POWERS. 'Twas night ! Darkness, long and dense, envelo ped the earth The nations sat in the region and shad ow of death Tyranny, like an Incubus, sat upon the bosom of our race Despotism had become Icgitirna desire to recall to your reccollection those by whose chivalrous valour,and denial unmeasured, were secu red to you, under God, all which you enjoy, and all which you value. And in asking you to re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 29 July 1846

i concerned, yet our heart yearns for him in view of I the fearful end which will in all probability be the re sult of hie rashness. But we have deemed it our duty as guardians of the public welfare, to condemn Ae act itself, in the most measured terms. And we an sorry to see a disposition manifested by some to excuse he perpetrator. THE SENTINEL. YPSILANTl. WEDNESDAY JULY 29, 1846 The truly Eloquent Aodrbss, of the Rev. If. P. Power, will be found on our first side. The fol lowing correspondence should have preceded it. but was unavoidably omitted. As its explanatory nature renders its appearance accompanying the address im portant, we give it on the inside. Ma. H. P. PowRRs:Dear Sir Agreeably to the wishes unanimously expressed, we, the undersigned committe solicit a copy of your address delivered be fore the citizens of this place, on the 4th of July; to be published in the columns of the Ypeilanti Sentinel, a request which we Hatter ourselves will be granted for the gratificatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 29 July 1846

m OCT Tlw folio wing incident at Matnmoros is re- lated by a letter writer in the N- O. Beet t At a gambling table here, yesterday, one of the Santa Fe prisoners who had been betting, espied at the same table as himself, a Mexican amusing himself bv following suit. A recognition mid pis tol shot followed in quick succession, and the Mux ican Ml b!eeding on the floor. The man asserted that he had received such inhuman treatment whilst at Perote.thal he could never forget this per son, who was an officer there, and (hat ho had worn to kill him should chance throw them to gether. The bull penetrated the arm, and thro' i( into the aide. Hp i still livii.e naf recover. Wisconsin. A letter dated at Aluwdukie on the 1 7i rt ultimo says : 44 The marshals of the different counties are ta king the census of the territory, and from present appearances our population will vary but little of 150,000, being an increase of 100.000 in five y'rs. The population of this city will not vary fifty from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 29 July 1846

CrREAT WESTERN HOTEJL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BARBER, WOULD Respectfully inform bit friends and the public generally, that he has taken the abt 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 weary ; and his BAR. whatever the present system 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 prices. BOARDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. GROCERIES, HE would also inform the public that his stock of Groceries in ihe basement of the "Great Wes tern" comprises pvery -uncle of family use, such as Salt, Fish. I'ork, Sugar, Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaratus, Nuils, Diied Apples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, die. &c. CC7Also Pure Wine and Liquors of the...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 5 August 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. HP VOLUME III NUMBER 28. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5, 1846. WHOLE NO. 133 CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor axv Proprietor. n n j a , f . , - i,.,-.n. nth One Dollar and fifty cents, if paid in Advance: oth- srwise Two Dofir will invariably be charged. rates of advertising. For one square, 14 lines or less one week, $0 50. " for subsequent insertions per Week 35. MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT. Of the United States communicating a proposition on the part of the British Government, for the adjust ment of the Oregon Question. June 10th, 1846 Read To the Senate of the United States : I lav before the Senate a proposal, in the form of a Convention, presented to the Secretary of State on the 6th inst bv the Envoy Extraordinary and Minis- ter Plenipotentiary o" her Brittanic Majesty, for the settlement cf the Oregon Question, together with a j boundary between the territories of her Brittanic Ma Protocol of this proceeding. I submit this proposal j jegly and those of the Un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 5 August 1846

'ITT i TT IVTTP T IVrT-T' T -ii O JLi l1 a 111 -I-J JJ YPSILANTl, WEDNESDAY AUG. 5, 1816 fJThe unusual amount of new advertisements has somewhat retrenched our reading matter, this week. We have however omitted nothing of importance, & next week we shall be on hand again. fThe Annual Commencement of the Universi ty of Michigan rikrs place to day. From appear ances we hink riie aenJance will be very large. The Public Houses in Arm Arbor were already full las evening. Ata ! A aa I day, his, for Chipman'a 0 Democracy."' THE NEW TARIFF. If we considered party of more consequence than country, we shoul I -lnnotince the passage of McKay's Tariff with no ordinary feelings of joy ; but when we call to mind I he lerangement of basinets the nation al debt the destruction of prospects, which this mea sure, with its kinJred scheme, the Sub-treasury, is about to inflict icil! most assuredly inflict on the country, before the fiat of THE PEOPLE can hurl their authors to merited oblivion, we c...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 5 August 1846

Raymond: Waring's GRAND ZOOLOGICAL EXHIBITION! IX CONNECTION WITH. HERR DR1ESBACH, And his highly trained Lions, Leop ards, &c. This Mammoth Menagerie of all that is Beautiful and Wild in animated nature, is more " T hJ Z any evor collected on the surface of the GWwJ composed of nearly Wrtitffcf member ol the orate creation, from the conureuts no, ol America bu Lu rope, Africa, and Asia, New Holland and the Isles of Oollen & Horses Required in their care and trasportatioii. Will be exhibited at Ypsilanti, on Wednesday, August If, from 1 P. M. 4 D T 0 f . The wild Tenants of the Forest, from the huge and docile elephant, the UwieUC lon w - ricn. ihe fierce iiger ot tf.e uen?a. ju..8., lit 1, 111c iic v ' r " ul leopard, the playful but ferar-ious bear, the gentle Gazelle, the useful and patient Camel, the curiously striped Zebra, the grave-rohbing Hyena, the stealthy Panther, the savage Wolf, the cunn.ng Fos down through all .he lesser grades are here beheld with safety, true...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 5 August 1846

fcREAT WESTERN HOTEL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BARBER, WOULD Respect fill I v inform his friends and the public generally, thai he has taken the &br well k siwu stand, where In is now prepared to receive their calls. HIS TABFjES. will always tiffrd an abundance of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS, real to the u-enrv ; and hu WAR, whatever the present vtera of "No License" will allow to the thirsty. HIS BTAR&KSl are also well supplied, nd he flatters himself that nothing is now wanting to give his guests aic highest sntisfactioii at the most moderate prices. BOARDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. GM oceries, HE would also inform the public that his stock of Groceries in ihe basement of the " Great Wes tern" comprises every article of family use, ajch as Salt, Fish. Pork, Sugar, Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaratus, Nails, Diied Apples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, Aic. die. (K7"Also Pure Wiye and L ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 August 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOLUMEIT NUMBER. 29. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12, 1846. WHOLE NO. 133 CHAS. WOODRUFF, Editor asd Proprietor. TERMS. One Dollar and fifty cents, if paid in Advance: oth- the middle of the road and asked him acivilquos srwise Two Dollars will invariably be charged. : tion, you know, Brooks calls for a civil answer all KATES OF ADVERTISING. For one square, 14 lines or less one week, $0 50. for subsequent insertions perWeek 25. TO AN ABSENT WIFE. BY O. D. PRENTICE Tis morn the sea breeze seems to bring Joy, health, and freshness on its wing Bright flowers, to me all strange and new, Are glittering in the early dew And perfumes rise from every grove, As incense to the clouds that move Like spirits o'er yon welkin clear But 1 am sad thou art not here. Tia noon a calm, unbroken sleep Is on the bine waves of the deep A soft haze, like a fairy dream, Is floating over wood and stream ; And many a broad magnolia flower, Within its shadowy woodland bower, Is gleam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 August 1846

THE SENTINEL. YP3ILANT1, WEDNESDAY AUG. 12, 1846 OUT OF THINE OWN MOUTH WILL I CONDEMN THEE. If, as Mr. Polk says, the Senate is a branch of the treaty making power, (and it certainly is,) and there fore may properly be consulted in advance of any ac tion of the Executive ; why was it not as proper to consult it in reference to the proposition of the Mex ican Government t receive a commissioner ad hoc for the settlement ol the Texan boundary as, ol the British offer for the settlement of Oregon? If the Senate is a branch of the war making pow er, (and it certainly is, Mr. Polk himself admi's it why was it not m proper to consult the Senate in advance, in regard to flic movement of the Army of Occupation from the Neuces tu the Rio Grande a measure from which war must result, as in regard to the Oregon queston, from which war might arise? If it is unconstitutional, to improve the St.CLi: Flats Sault Ste Marie, Grand River, Stc. &c. where pray, is the clause ol" the constitution wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 August 1846

Raymond & Waring's GRAND ZOOLOGICAL EXHIBITION! IX CONNECTION' WITH. HERR DRIESBACH, And his highly trained Lions, Leop ards, &c This Mammoth Menagerie of all that is Beautiful and Wild in animated nature, is more extensive than any evor collected on Hie surface of the Globe; beirn; composed of nearly ever existing member of the orute creation, from the continents not of A merica, but oi Eu ropr, Africa, and Asia, New Holland and the Isles of atfthe Pacific tf O.tlcii fc OOHorscs Required in their care and trasportation. Will be exhibited at Ypsilanti. on Wednesday. August 19, from 1 P. M. ' to 1 P. M. The wild Tenants of the Fore?r; from the huso and docilo elephant, the majestic Lyon of unexplored Af rica, the fierce ligir of the Bengal jungles, the beauti ful leopard, the playful but feracious bear, the gentle Gazelle, the useful and paiient Camel, the curiously striped Zebra, the grave-robbing Hyena, the steal'hy Panther, the savage Wolf, the cunning Fox, down through al...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 August 1846

CrREAT WESTERN HOTJEJL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. S. J. BARBEK, WMTOUf.P R.'ppnpif.iMv inform his fiirndsand V W '! l, v" iunl. where litt is now prepared to receive their calls. HIS TABLES xvt'l ulu-y- nffird an ah.ndai.rn of food to the hungry; HIS BEDS, rest to the wenrv ; and hi 11 Mi. vh..w r iw. jucsrt.i hv-tew of "No Licence" will allow to the thirslv. H.S STABLK ire '-H Ujdied, ar.d he Hatters himself that nothing is now wanting to give his g'Kisi.s the lnghe.-rt saiisluctiun in ihe most tin derate price?. BOA U DING, On llir mast moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. ft MICE UK would ihtfl lolonn the public that bw stock of Groceries in llkfl basement of the " Great Wes Icrn" cndipiisi s vi ry article o rttiruiv ue, s-.ich .is Salt, Fi.sh. InU Sugar, Cheese. Candle, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Snlaratus, Nail?, Piled Apple, Dwtroil Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, &c. kc. OCT A No Pur- Wine and L fjunra of the best quality for Medicinal iisp.j) A...

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