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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 September 1846

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOLUME III NUMBER 36. YPSILANTI, (Mich,) WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 1846. WHOLE NO. 140 CH AS. WOODRUFF, Editor and Proprietor. TERM One Dollar and fifty cents, if paid in Advance; oth- srwise Tiro Dollars will invariably be charged. rates of advebtising. v ur one square, L14 lines or lessj one wee, w o. " for subsequent insertions perWeek 25. BIDE YOUR TIME. Clouds will pass above the stream And dim its sparkling brightness; Tempests stay the sun's mild beam As it descends with lightness. Flowers will close the leaves beneath The moon's cold light in sadness; Birds will, sorrowing, cease to breathe Their notes of joy and gladness. Thus your hopes will sometimes be By life's dark ills enshrouded; Patient, wait, and you shall see Their light again unclouded. Brighter than those hopes shall glow, Fairer seem the scene around you; Naught but Heaven's own radiant bow Be left to tell that gloom o'er bound you. From Godcy's Lady's Book. GOING INTO THE COUNTRY CURES BALD N...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 September 1846

Proper Mid that in '43 Spencer was at his house in Albany seven weeks; that he had known him in '41, when he was pious, moral and temperate; that in '44 he noticed the glassness and wildness of the eyes; be had never observed before that his language and ideas were incoherent; his conduct very singular,and be regarded him insane. Mrs. Proper, her sister and ought to be. This profit is the inducement which leads to the erection of factories and the employment of workmen. With it, retained in the country, all kinds of improvement is promoted, additional em ployment is given to labor, more profit is thereby cre ated, and the healthful stream of prosperity goes on widening and deepening. Under the ''Democratic'' father all testified to conduct, language and ideas in- Free Trade system of employing "absentees'' in our dicating insanity, and that they regarded him as in- manufacturing. This profit is all as effectually taken sane; they had always considered him a pious and - from us, as i...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 September 1846

Things to be remembered. The English bush- j e) of wheat weighs seventy pounds, eight bushels I equal to 560 pounds, being a quarter of a ton weight. The English sack of flour weighs 280 pound?; nd 7 sacks 1,960 pounds, eq iiil to 10 America, barrels. The bushel of fine Livf rpwl salt weighs fifi it pounds, the sack contain four bushels, 224 p u ds. Ten sacks made a ton weight. The bushel ii ground alum sal Weighs 64 pounds, ihe sack contains 3 12 bushels, equsl to 224 pounds, 10 arks make a ton. To bring English slat ling money to dollars am' cents, double the pence, the answer is cents. Buff. Express Marine Accidents. The mth Urt " i,s seven-, and the sen, Roadie, of 0-nvg, was dm en ashore, the wesi side of iho west pier, in iryi"i lo m ike the harbor. The vess. l belongs MessrB. Fnzhusih & C . M loaded ilt, ad will probably be got off without m.ich ic-inrv. The sch. Grace Amelia, Cap'. Dillon, loaded wnh luiu: r, m coming in ctunn g N about 9o Clock atrnck the east pier and ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 30 September 1846

GRE AT WESTERN HOTEL AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTT. S. J. BARBER, WOULD Respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he has taken the abo well known stand, when; he is now prepared !o receive their calls. HIS TABLilS. will always affirJ an abundance of fond to tbe hungry; HIS BEDS, re.t to the ! weary ; and his HAR, wliViwr lW present svlcm of "No License" will allow to the thirst v. HIS STABLES, nr.- M m. supplied, ard he flatters himself that nothing is now wanting to j give his guests the luphesi -niisl'triiixi nt the most moderate price?. BO A RDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year. HE would ni k form h public that his stuck of Groceries in '.he basement of the " Great Wes. tern" comprises wry article futility us, tuch as Salt, Fish. Potk, SnjFtr, Clne. Caridtea; Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaratus, Nails, D-ird Apples, Bt'troil A'fCMer, Lemons, Orat ges. Nutmegs, &c. kc. (fc5ANo Pur Wit.u Rfid L q tors of the best quality ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 October 1846

1 4 YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Tolmae :t-- umber 88. YPSILANTI SENTINEL it published every Wednesday, at Ypwlanti Washte naw Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. 1. SO Cash in advance nnd $2,00 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. The Beauty of Liberty. "In all things that have beauty, there is nothing to man more comely than liberty." Milton. When the dance of the shadows At the daybreak is done, And the cheeks of the morning Are red with the sun; When he sings in his glory At eve from the view, And calls up the planet To blaze in the blue. There is beauty. But where is the beauty to see, Mc ir proud than the sight of a nation when free When the beautiful beud Of the bow is above, Like a collar of light On the bosom of love, When the moon in her mildness Is floating on high, Like a banner of silver Hung out in the sky ; There '.a beauty. But earth hath no beauty to ec, More proud than the front of a nation when free. In the dept...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 October 1846

... . - . THE CCUTIUC1 Ipers SMS. WSbSW I CHARLES WO0DRUTF, EDITOR. Democratic Whig Xoaaiuatioiis. For Representative. J. M. EDMUNDS, of Ypsilanti H. CHUBB, of Ann Arbor. DARIUS PIERCE, of Lima. A. D.TRUESDELL, of Bridgewater GEO. REN WICK, of Salem. For Senator. H. B. LATHKOP O. HAWKINS. A. D. CRANE. For Congress, E. LAWRENCE. For County Clerk. CASSIUS SWIFT. For County Register. , M. LADD. For Judge of Probate HEM AN TICHNOR. For Shtrif, E. H. SPALDING. For Treasurer, S. ABEL. For Coroners, CHAUNCY S. GOODRICH, TIMOTHY HUNT. For County Surveyor, SAMUEL PETTIBONE. For First County Judge, CHARLES W. LANE. Second Judge, HIRAM AULES. for the promulgation of party principle,-' sected to its inmost core, suavity, amiability. under the excuse of Tax-sale; Adveitising,they also opposed. The Jutiicio! s rcL.uiof our Legal system i hey en.ieavomi to eu.ct, and whatever of merit there may ue found in the revision: the rejection of sections creating still more unnec- wonld he the aom total of...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 October 1846

1 I Another Battle; Nbw York, Oct. 12, 10 o'clock, A. M. By an arrival at Baltimore, on Sunday, we learn that the expected conflict between the A merican and Mexican force?, before Monterey, commenced on the 21st of September, and ended on the 23d. General Taylor with six thousand men ar rived before Monterey on the 19th, and immedi ately commenced preparations to assail thatown Gen. Worth commenced the attack, on the 2 1 si in rear of the Bishop's palace, which was taken. The town was found to be fortified almost ba yond belief, and so desperate was the resistance that the battle continued for three days, a portion ofthe enemy' 8 works was first taken, and then their cannons turned upon the town. The Mexicans fought bravely, but on the 23d Ampudia sent a flag of truce to Gen. Taylor, offering to surrender the town, on condition that the Mexican army be permitted to march out in even days. Gen. T. at first refused the request, but final ly agreed to the terms. The only alloy to the ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 October 1846

TRf SENTINEL The Death of the Beam fail.. BT KEWI3 J. CIST. "After life's fitful fever they sleep well." 80 fade earth's lovliest flowers and die, While plants less fair stJ greet the sight; So flits athwart the evening sky The brilliant meteor's transient light That which o moment meets our gaze Then leaee us but the star's faint rays ! As the pellucid drop of dew From heaven disbll'd is 1 y the sun Borne beck aloft to heaven's own blue, While earthly strean s still onwardsrun Are angels called to seek iheirfcind;. While souls less pure are left behind ! E'en as the fierce and talon 'd bird Of prey, that soars the woedt above, Scorning the common, chattering herd Will light upon the gentle drove 80 Death stern tyrant, for his foi d Selects the lovely ur.d the good ! I had a young friend once a g rl Of "sweet sixteen." and grace so rare Might well have charmed the veriest churl She was so del irately fair Of face and form: with these were joined The fairer beauties of the ti.ind. Sh...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 11 November 1846

i YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Volume 3 Nambcr 41. Ypsilanti, M. Wednesday November 11, 1846. Whole No. 14ft. YPSILANTI SENTINEL U published even- Wednesday, at Ypeilanti Washte iiw Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. $1. ft Cash in advance and $2.00 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed thiee mouths from the time of subscribing. Clinging to Earth. BT FAS NT FOKBX3TER. Oh! do not let me die! the earth is bright, And I am earthly, so I love it well; True, heaven is holier, all replete with light But I am frail, and with frail things wo'ld dwell. I cannot die; the flowers of earthly love Shed their rich fragrance on a kindred heart; There may be purer, brighter ones above Yet with thescflowr s 'twould be too hard to part I dream of heaven, and well I love these dreams; Thev scatter sunlight on mv varying way; But 'uiid the clouds of earth are priceless gleams Of brightness; and on earth, oh, let me stay! It is not that mv lot is void of gloom. That sadness never circles round...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 11 November 1846

THE SENTINEL CHAR LIS WOODKlTf, EDITOR. YPSILANTI, WEDNESDAY NOV. 11, 1H46. Special Election, 15th instant. For Judge of Probate HEM AN TICKNOR WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!! Wanted immediately at this office in exchange for the Sentinel. MONOPOLY. The term "Monopoly" when understood de rivatively, fcecisely indicates the thing; it is Compounded of "mono'' and "poleuein" two Greek words, meaning alone, only, and to be engaged in any pursuit. To grant a monopo ly of any business, is, therefore, to give an in dividual, or a certain class of individuals the privilege of engaging in any pursuit to ti e ex clusion of all others; he, or they alone, having the privilege of following that particular pur suit. The manifest injustice of such monopolies is 6een at once; they have existed from time immemorial and do still exist. A government as enlightened as that of France, holds the mo nopoly of the tobacco trade; So does Mexico. In this country we profess perfect equality and of course monopolies are o...

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 November 1846

for as. I ask you to be good enough, gentle men, to let the Government, know the real sen timents of the voluieers in this matter. You may probably,wish to know how a young soldier feels when he smells powder for the first time I will tell you. At first I felt as though 1 should like to have been out of the party, and looked from one end of the battalion to the other to see if I could see any one run. Yes, I felt like running, I must acknowledge, but they all stood like men, and I could not bear the idea to be the first to run, and therefore kept on with the rest. The Tennesseans were about ten yards In our advance, the Mississippians about the same distance in our rear. You will there fore see that I hail to '"stand up to the rack fod der or no fodder." At this moment an awful fire was opened on the Tennesseans. They fell by score?, but the lalance stood like veterans. We were fired upon by a cross fire from nine and twelve poun ders, and a murderous discharge of small arms from co...

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

STOVES STOVES ! ! lust receiving and received 125 stevcs. ilHE suscriber is now receiving at JL old si. op at Hie Rairrei; Depot and on I hi ihs-.d Depot and on the w est side of the River, the largest and best assort ment of stoves ever offered in this market. They are from the Albany EmgU Furnace. Among the lot may be found every kind of stove that is wanted in tins wooden country, vix: Cook, Parlor-Cook, Parlor-Fancy, Air Tight and 6 plate Stoves. Ppleilge myself or sell them as low or lower than they have ever been sold in this market as Key were purchased at very fair rates, and Icr i he pui pose of selling low and I know them to he good an article ol stoves n the courtrv afford. Also, on hand a fino ami extersive loi of TIN WARE, Si: kit Iro.-v, CorrzR, Zi.e. Stvk-Flr-wmr.E Hollow Ware Cauldron Lettlcs &c. Jtc. tor sale at w' oltsale or retail. Please ca1! before purchasing elsewhere and if 1 don't suit you in mv line, it shall be no fault ol mire. J. M. BROWN. Ypsilanti J...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 2 December 1846

: A YPSILANTI SENTINEL Tli 8 BTufeer 44. Ypsilanti, M. Wedaetda December 4, 1844. Whole 148. YPSILANTI SENTINEL Is published every Wednesday, at Ypeilanti Waahte naw Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. 41, SO Cash in advance and 9,00 will in Variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. (From Morris' National Press.) Our Country's Banner. BY KATE DASHWOOD. Columbia? hear thy thunder's roar Where darkly sweeps the Rio Grande; Firm and undaunted as of yore, Our gallant freemen stand, Our Flag! its starry heaven waves o'er A free and fearless band-. Its stripes for the coward foe who dares Invade our sacred rights; While the snowy space between them bears The radiant gleams ot light Mercy s angel Wing who spares h friend, and foe alike. Our glorious flag! 'tis floating o'er A mighty empire wide From the fierce Atlantic's stormy roar To the dark Pacific's tide ! shores And it waves on the breeze, from the sunny Where fleet-winged navies ride....

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

V JSCS TffE SENTINEL ciiilii woodruff, edit . YPSILANTI, WEDNESDAY DEC. 2 1846 Lake and River Improvement. We regret to learn, from the papers, that the Lake and River interests are to be separated and considered in different Conventions next season instead of Being made the subject of one united "mass" meeting of all concerned in the great work of National improvement. We see, in this arrangement, another step toward the disJ solution of the Union the uprisihg-wf another cause of alienation becween the northern and southern sections of the Republic. The importance of the Western trade begins already to create a feeling oJ1 jealous rivalry between the Mississippi" an! the Lake routes to the Atlantic, which lias doubtless given rise to this separation of interests and which will con tinue to grow deeper and stronger as the migh ty West rises in importance and weabh, and as the prospect increases flfrat sift-conquering steam will eventually drive the Commerce of the Pacific over the r...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 2 December 1846

- L i i r r pursued Jjere in washing the earths and grind- tag the otes, and shall be able to compile a good report upon the subject. "An express from General Kearney arrived last night. We shall send answers by the bat- tfjaon of Mormons, which will soon pass on its way to California. "My winter will probably, be spent at San- U Fe. survevinir. wandorino- imnnir nl.l ohnr- cbes, gleaning old traditions, and making skt t- ' - e & & cnes ot whatever appears curious or interesting-" From our Commercial Correspondent. To the Editor of the Uniott: ISkw ork, Teursday Nov. 1 2. The stock and money markets 'remain very inactive. There is no disposition to speculate in stork aunties nfsnv rfpLr,ntin. nnfu ith- standing that money is rapidly accumulating in banks unemployed. As an indication of the movement of money. I have compiled from the bank returns the leading features of seventeen banks in this citv, to November 1st, a com- pared with August 1st, distinguishing six de- posite ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 2 December 1846

rpHE BUILDING connected with this Sem X inary has been so remoddled as to accom date both Gentlemen and Ladies with rooms and board. The boarding house will be under the care of the Principal. The remaining quarters of his year will com mence on Nov. 16th, Feb. 8th, and April 16io. ICmOS TS.K QC1RTER. Common English, $3.(10 High. English, 4.00 Latin or French, 5-00 Each additional Langnaee, ex. 1 03 Music including use of Piat.o, 8 00 Board per week, Room rent from one to two dollars per quor ter. Tuition to be paid lor the whole of the quarter on which the student enters. No deduc lion made exoept for protracted illness. Bills to be settled at the middle of the quarter. S'udnts fvruish their own rooms. L. . MOORE. )9m W. A.AOORE.iW,ETOR Prof. WM L. Eaton, p . Mm Mary B. F. Brown. P"nPa,- FRESH ARRIVAL OP SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in form his customers and the public generally he is now receiving his assortment ol Spring ana Summer Goods which will c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 December 1846

"SENT Y PS I L ANT I IN EL a Volume 3--"umbcr 15. YPSILANTI SENTINEL Is published every Wednesday, ;it Ypsilunii Washte naw Co. Michigan, by CBARLE8 WOODBUfT TERMS. l,5Cas.h in advauce and $2.00 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. MOXTEBEY. The following in "Yankee Doodle" ftw to-lay purports to have been contributed to the Jour nal by Beranger, the great French Poet. We were not many we who stood Before the iron sleet that day Yet many a gallant spirit would Give half bis years if he but could Have been with us at Monterey. Now here, now there, the shot, it hailed In deadly drifts of fiery spray, let not a single soldier quailed Yhen wounded comrades round them wailed Their dying shout at Monterey. And on still on our column kept Through walls of flame its withering way; Where fell the dead, the living slept, Still charging on the guns which swept The slippery streets of Monterey. The foe himself recoiled aghast, 4 When, stri...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 December 1846

Loss of tlif Steamer Atlantic. TERRIBLE DESTRUCTION OF LIKE. Below will be found a heart-rending- account , lrc of8 of tle magnificent steamer Atlantic Plying between Allyn's Point, on the river inames, ln Connecticut, and New-York, and we loss of one half her passengers. The At lantic was owned by the Norwich and Wor cester Railroad Compan v. and was thoght to Be one of the safest and most magnificent stea mers plying on our waters. She was comman ded by Capt. Dustan.nn old and experinced nav igator, and was thororifffilv furnished with life preservers, and everything that was deemed necessary for the preservation of life in case of accident. .Id v. Ni:w-Vork, Saturday evening, ) Nor. 28, S o'clock, P. M. Mr. Marsh, a paaeenger on the Atlantie wives the following account of the disaster: The' boat left Allyn's Point between 12 and 1 o'clock. Thursday morning. She sot well under wav and was running along finely, when the steam chest exploded, and almost at the same moment the wind s...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 December 1846

and Freedom-- Whit her are we Tending. TKr r : J iuu uuiiigs ui MiuufSMie uniqufsis anu vin- nexations' l.nfe been wafted on the Western breKR OVPr th? wb.dn hronrlth nf rrnr land, and received, if with far less exultation on the one hand than was anticipated by the contrivers of the VI ar,ccrtainly on the other by far less alarm and apprehension than the facts demanded, and the lessons of all History warrant. We have seen a mere soldier, with the training and max- ims of the Camp, take Civil as well as Military possession of a region large enough for unem- pire, -annex' it by his simple fiat to the Union, a a tm..n,.n. .KmnaitMin ul.ilo !,. tnrf-irvic fit " J.llllllllK.111 ..111. V.. War arp vrt untold, and coollv oroceed to an- point its Executive and Judicial functionaries throughout. anJ, to save all trouble of electing Representatives and assembling Legislatures, tels some military subaltern hitherto coo'ly in forms the 'annexed' people that he will, at his earliest convenience...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 December 1846

at YPSILANTI SEMINARY. THE BUILDING connected with this Sem inary has been so remoddled as to accom date both Gentlemen and Ladies with rooms and board. The boarding house will be under the care f tbe Principal. The remaining quarters of this year will com Mauve on Nov. 1 6th, Feb. eth, and April 16th. TUITION PER QUARTER. Common English, 30 High English, 4.00 Latin or Fren h, 5,00 Each additional Language, ex. 1,00 Music including use of Piai.e, 8 sX Board per week, 1,25 Room rem frcm one to two dollars per quar r. Tuition to be paid (or the whole of the qaarteron which th student enters. No deduc tion made exoept for protracted illness. Bill to m setiled at the middle of the quarter. S-udnts furnish their own rooms. MORTGAGE SALE Default having been made in the payment of a sum of monty secured to he paid by an iwienlurc of mortgage bearing date the 1th day of April 1839, execu ted by John W. Wallace then of Ypsilanti Washtenaw County Michigan, to Shubael Co nant of thecity of Det...

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