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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 March 1847

I YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Volume t Number G. Tpsilanti. M. Wednesday March lO, In it. Whole No. 164 From the New York Tribune. THE LOST GRAVE. A Young and promising officer of the United States Army died in Chicago, Illinois, during the early settlement of that city. He breathed his last among strangers', who buried him in the sand on the Lake shore. A friend visiting Chicago a few years ago, sought to find the grave, but was unsuc cessful, as the high winds which prevail on the coast of Lake Michigan, had blown away all traces of the oldiei's resting place. He died the virtuous, the brave With laurel on his brow: And now, 1 csk, point out his grave, And show where lies he notr. A soldier he would it had been Amid the cannon's roar. The sabre stroke, and buttle din On Fame's broad pinions soar! But no he fell not in the fisrht. His sword was in its sheath Not bratul -iied forhis ei ntry's right For Victory or Death! Ye placed him in his narrow cell V hen life had ceased to be; And now I...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 March 1847

i uldpjita request a&a.a rcasoable one, wheth- "resident wanted these mm and this money for a proper and laudable purpose, or not j successful war wuhMcxico,and the consequent that country. They went there for the very and with these old-fashioned ideas quie as 1 loss of a valuable province, all inured to the ul- j purpose seizing on that country, and making it unpular I fear with some on this side of the timate benefit of our Government and our coun- a fieeand independent Republic,with the view, chamber as we rind thorn to be on the other try. While Mexico was weakened and humbled as some of them said, of bringing it into the A 1 set myself to this painful investigation. I vve in the same proportion were strengthened j me lican Confederacy in due time. Is this poor found not quite enough along with me to have j and elevated. All this was done against the Celtic brother of y jure in Mexicois the Mex saved the unrighteous city of old. There were I wish, the interest, and the earn...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 March 1847

Later from Mexico and the (Army. Xr.w York, March 67 P. M. The N. Orleans Picayune, of the 25th alt., contains Brazos dates to the 18th. A corres pondent writes that in three days the whole command will depert for Vera Cruz. lien. Minon reports his prisoners 82 in all, besides Americans taken. There was a a Jex- icsn named Galeano, who had been nar our troops' as a spy or guide. He was immediate- i ly put to to the sword, although Major Gaines j interceded. Capt. Heady, of Ky., with 17 men, was cap- j tured two days af'er Maj. Bcreland, by a par-j ty of rancherus. It is stated in a San Luis letter, otUie an, j sketdli a sli(T,;t r,r0oTainn,0 cf our intentions, that there marched tor Tanque do la Derr, the , shaU cntlcavc.: , , fiJl Uuri-g the year. We place where Mi non made his capture, three . b . bodies of Infantry, and one br.gede of Cavalry have been flattered more daring the vcar just pant and foot Artillery. Also, that within two days with the satisfaction expressed by our pa...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 March 1847

9 FRESH ARRIVAL op SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in form his customers and the public genera!' sm is now receiving his assortment ot Spring ant Summer Goods which will consist of almost even article in the lineot Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS GROCERIES, Crockery, Hardware, Shoes, Hats. Caps and Bonnets, which may be called for. and which will be sole nary cheap indeed, for ready pay T, S. HILL. DR. BENJ. RUSH'S Compound syrup of Squills. THIS Syrup ha- been found by experience to be of invaluable utility, Incasaof Cough arsncss.sore throat arising from Colds- I' to alio highly servicable in Asthma, slight iufla Mation and tightness of the CHEST CATARRH AND CROUP. In offering this invaluable iledicine to the Put Is the Proprietor can with confidence recom mend its medicinal qualt: tcs hactns: been oft er tested and being expressly prepared for the above diseases: Its effects are slight!? laxative. Emetic ami Expectorant, prodncing free Perspiration accor din...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 March 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Volume 4 Number 7. YPSILANTI SENTINEL It published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washte naw Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. $l,50Cash in advance and g'l.OO will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. THE BLIND WIFE. BT ALICE G. LEX. My head upon thy breast, my love, My hand within thine own, 1 envy not the rich man's wealth, The Queen upon her throne. In thy caress I have a wealth That knoweth no decay, And feel that my heart over thine, Beareth a gcutle sway. And such a crowd of happy thoughts Come rushing to my mind, That for a moment I almost Forget that I am blind. Although I have not seen thy face, I know that it is fair ; I've touched thy forehead broad and high, And smoothed thy silken hair. I know thine eyes are large and deep : Thev rest with love on me ; And, to behold that gentle glance, I sometimes wish to see. And then the voice that blesses me Is always soft and kind : Each word thou speakes...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 March 1847

unworthy to possess it: I have got one-half al ready; all 1 ask nf you is to give up the other!" England might as well, in the circumstances I have described, have come and demanded of us, Hive up the Atlantic slope; give up this tri lling territory from the Alleghany mountains to the sea; it is only from Maine to the St. Mary's only about one-third of your Republic and the least interesting portion of it." What would he the response? They would say, we must five this upto John Bull. Why? "He wants ooJft.,' The Senator from Michigan ays he limit have this. Why, my worthy Christian brother, on what principle of justice? "I want room !" Sif,I look at this pretence of want of room. With twenty millions of people you have about one thousand millions of acres of land, inviting settlement by every conceivable argument, bringing them down to a quarter of a dollar an an acre,and allowing every man to squat where he pleases. But the Senator from Michigan ays we will be two hundred millions 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. — 17 March 1847

: POSTSCRIPT. 05s Rumors have been received both via Buf falo and Cincinnati, that a great Battle has been fought between Santa Anna and Gen. Taylor at Molfterey, Taylor having fallen back to that point from Saltillo, in which the Ameri can arms were victorious. It is impossible yet to say what degree of credence should be giv en to them. Frighful Railroad Accident. Wc conversed last night with several passen gers in the great western mail and passenger train on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,which left Baltimore on Tuesday morning, and was detained seven', hours at Sykesville, thirty one miles from that city, by a frightful accident. It was in the morning, as usual, when the train approached that village, at a speed of twenty four miles an hour. The National Road cros ses the track here, and at the time a five bona team and wagon was about passing over it. The Railroad is straight, and both the driver of the wagon, (who was walking and conductor of the train, were perfectly aware ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 March 1847

FRESH ARRIVAL OP BFRING AND SUMMER &OODS! gsnilE SUBSCRIBER -would respectfully in f form his customers and the public generally sm is now receiving his assortment o Spring ana Mmmmtr Good which will consist of almost every article in the lineol .Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Crockery, fan ware, Shoes, Hats. Caps and Bonnets, which may be called for. and which will be sold mrf cheap indeed, fur ready pay. T, S. HILL. T in is. f46. 2 DR. BENJ. RUSH'S Compound syrup of Squills. THIS Syrup ha been found by experience to be of invaluable utility, Incase of Cough, Hearsne ss, sore throat arising from Colds. It also highly ftervicable in Asthma, slight iufla mat ion and tightness of the CHEST CATARRH ANI) CROUP. In offering this invaluable .Medicine to the Pub a the Proprietor can with confidence recom mend lis medicinal qualities bavins been oft en tested end being expressly prepared for ti e above 4 m ases: Its effects are slightly laxative, Emetic and Expectorant, producin...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 24 March 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL Volume 4Xumber 8. Ypsilanti, M. Wednesday March 24, 18 IT. Whole Xo. KM. YPSILANTI SENTINEL (s published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Waahte naw Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. fcl,50Cash in advance and $2.00 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. THE NAUTILUS AND THE AMMONITE. These two shells are found in the most ancient de posits, and occur simultaneously up to the chalk, when the Ammonite ceased to exist, while the Nau tilus alone survives to the present day This sepa ration, the fact that the one is taken and the other left, is detailed in the following lines : The Nautilus and the Ammonite. Were launched in friendly strife ; Each sent to float, in its tiny boat, On the wido wild sea of life ! For each could swim on the ocean's brim, And when wearied, its sail could furl ; And sink to sleep in the great sea deep, In its palace all of pearl ! And theirs was a bliss more bright than this, That we...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 24 March 1847

BEBARK.S OF Mil. WEB9TEB, OF MASSACHUSETTS OAT THE THREE MILLION BILL tn Bjcbatx or Tax Us mm States, March 1. '47 The Senate having under consideration, the Three Miilion Bill,and the question having been put on the engrossment of the Bill for its third WEBSTER said : If my health bad been better, and more time had remained to us, it was my purpose to address the Senate on the bill before it, and also on several topics with which it is connected. This purpose, under ex isting circumstances, I must necessarily forego. The true origin of the war with Mexico, and the motives and purposes for which it was orig inally commenced, however ably discused al ready, are subjects not yet exhausted. I have eon particularly desirous of examining them. I am greatly deceived Mr.President, if we shall not ere long see facts coming to the light, and circumstances found coinciding and concurring which shall fix on the Executive Government a more definite and distinct purpose, intended to be effected ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 24 March 1847

how to act and conduct themselves, with the understanding that they will be held amenable to their parents for all they do through the day,- Let them correct whatever may need correct ing; leproving them for idleness or unnecessa ry absence from school. Let every parent in the district visit the school at least once a term, and spend half the day in the school room: let them combine their influence with that of the teacher; examine the books and furnish their child I on with needful books. Then will the teachers be encouraged; then will parents feel an interest in the welfare of the rising generation; then will the youth be 8timilated to make the proper use of the bless ings they enjoy. And parents appear in the true dignity of guardians of the rising genera tion, and then would our nation's interest be fixed upon a basis which would stand unshaken amidst the blasts that howl around us. A Friend to Youth. Belief Meeting. At a Meeting of the Citizens of Ypsilanti held Tuesday 23d for...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 24 March 1847

FRUSH ARRIVAL SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfullyin form his customers and the public generally a ig now receiving his assortment of Spring and Mummer Goods which will consist of almost every article in the lineol .Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Crockery, Hardware, Shoes, flats, Caps and Bonnets, which may be called for. and which will be sold cheap indeed, for ready pay. r T, S. HILL. i i A i i ? 5: 46. 2 DR. BKNJ. RUSH'S Compound syrup of Squills. HHHIS Syrup ha- been found by experience to Jl be of invaluable utility, Incase of Cough, Ifcearsness.sore throat arising from Colds. It alto highly servieable in Asthma, slight infla ation and tightness of the CHEST CATARRH AND CROUP- In offering this invaluablr ifedieino to the Pub a the Proprietor can with confidence recom avnd its medicinal qualities having been often tasted and being expressly prepared for the above diseases: lie effects are slightly laxative. Emetic and Bxpecterant , producing free Pe...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 April 1847

WSILANTI SENTINEL Volume 4 Number 11. Ypsilanti, M. Wednesday April 14, 184T. Whole Ko. lev; YPSILANTI SENTINEL 1 pabiiahed avery Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washte naw Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. 1, (fcO Cash in advance and $2,00 will in variably be charged if payment ia delayed three months from the time of subscribing. Here is something for the little folk. We had al most forgotten them. The following lines will touch their finest feelings. Nat. E a. LINES. For Everet S. Smith, on the death of his little broth er, Arlington A., who died June 17, 1846, aged two yean. Oh, mother! I was thinking then Of little Arlington; I love to think of him; but Oh! 'Tis sad to think he's gone. I think of all our pretty plays, And how he u-ed to talk, When, with his little hand in mine, We took a run or walk. Oh! then I often used to think How happy I should be. When Arlington was old enough To go to school with me. Oh! how he loved to cull a rose For our dear sick papa. In hopes to win...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 April 1847

W. G. French. 3d Artiilerv! J. P. O'Brien, 4th Artillery; slightly. MISSISSIPPI RIFLES. Killed 1st Lieut R. S. Moss, 2d Lt. Mc Nulty. Hounded Co. Jefferson Davis, severely; Capt. J. M, Sharp, do; Lt. A. B. Corwin, slight ly; Coronet Poeey; do. J. P. Stockton, do. Taylor has been reinforced since the battle by Col. Morgan and his regiment. 1 bear nothing of Col. May. Pilts. Gaz. Incident of tbc Late Battle. At a very critical point on the 23d, when it became necessary to sustain one of our columns which was staggering under a charge made by the Mexicans in overwhelming numbers, Gen. Taylor despatched Mr. Crittenden to order Col. Mc. Kee, of the 2d Kentucky regiment to bring his men ir.tj immediate action. Mr. Crittenden found the regiment men and officers eagerforthe fray, delivered the order and rode back to the general, by whose side it was his duty to keep. The Kentuckians moved for ward in gallant style, led by McKee and Clay, both of whom alas! fell in a subsequent part of the d...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 April 1847

PLAN Or GENERAL SCOTT'S ATTACK ON VERA CRUZ ENGRAVED EXPRESSLY FOR THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. KEY TO THE PLAN. The aboTe phin of the contemplated attack upon South-western direction. B designates the situa- era Cruz appeared in the CharlestouEveningNcws tion of a sand-hill, whose summit is elevated about which received the drawing and the accompanying ten feet above the walls of the City, and about 700 explanation from an intelligent officer attached to yards distant. It is the intention of Gen. Scott to the expedition. It is not executed w ith any storm this hill with regulars, and mount it with the reference to mathematical correctness in the artillcrv, to plav upon the Citv and Castle. It is the scale, but is simply in leaded to represent the rciamc position ot places, and to give an outline of the proposed mode of assault. I in the cut denotes the position of Sin Antonio Lizardo, where the American troops were to land, w auum imiu nines ouuiiioi me ciiv. (0 A represents the Castle ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 April 1847

Brandrcth's Pills. This Medicine it acknowtcdged lo be one of i mm t valuable ever diacovered. as a purifier f the blood and fluids. It ia superior to Sarsa arilla, whether aa a aodorfic or alterative, Ii stands infinitely before all the preparations or combinations of Mercury. Ita purgative proper, ties arc alone of incalculable value for these ills may be taken daily for any period, and in Meed of a weakening by the cathartic effect, they dd atrength by tajktng away tho cause ol weak wee. There w no good Mercury does, which these Pills do not likewise. But ihey have none of the miserable effects of that deadly specific The Tim are not injured i lie bonf.s and limbs re not paralysed no but m ibe stead of these diatreaaing symptoms, new life and consequent animation ia evident in every movement of the body Brandreth's Pilla are indeed a Universal Remedy, for they cure Iiolamatioiv and Chron ic Rkubmtism! They cure Diabetes and a Stop rsea or Us ike- They cure Dtse.ntery and Con srro...

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 April 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Volume umber 12. Ypsilanti, 51. Wednesday April 21, 1847. Whole Ao. 168. YPSILANTI SENTINEL la publiahed even- Wednesday, at Ypsilantt Washte naw Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. $1.5 Cash in advance and i2.00 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. For the Sentinel. "FORGET THEE! NO, NEVER!" " Wrong the ! Binnica. no not for the earth !" Not for the earth's brightest ? Milman," " Forget thee t no, never ! why cherish a thought, To the friend of thy soul with injustice so fraught ; Why embitter our fist f.iding moments of bliss By suspicion so w .Id and unfounded as this I " Forget tliee ! Xo never : among the light hearted, Love may sink to decay, hen the persons are parted. But a friendship like mine is too deep and sublime, To be chilled in its ardor by absence or time." Then gentle one banish all doubts from thy breast, By the kiss that so late on thy lips I impressed, By the grief IB it has blight...

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 April 1847

f hie country. Hie recent letters from the tef war fcave excited much attention Cok McKee, commanding the regiment to Which Clay wattached, wee extensively connec ted and highly esteemed in Kentucky. His Iom will he generally lamented in the West, where he was justly cherished. Capt. Lincoln, of Boston was of the regu lar army, and acted in the staff of General Tay lor at the time of bis death. He was brevetted for bwseurage ad conduct at Reswoa de k Pake, ed was e -officer el great daring and merit. He was with Taylor im bis successful charge pen the Mexicans after tbe force of Gem. Wool had been thrown into confusion; ad was akin by a spear tJkrusu True Snn. BUEATA VISTA ; Aaotfcer account of the Battle. We find in the wYetr Orleans Tropic of the SOtk afttimo the subjoined highly interesting ac count of the Battle of Buena Vista, from the pan of an accomplished gentleman who shared its honors and its perils. It is full of interest, as presenting the most graphic description of the...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 April 1847

Ypsiianti, Wednesday 21. Nothing of interest by to-days Mail. Correspondence of the Pittsburgh Gazette WHIG TRIUMPH COMPLETE. New York, April 14. The Whigs have not only elected their may ot in the city of New York by an overwhelm ing majority, but what affords more pleasure, as we can now reform tire abuses of the city, we have the equally agreeable result of announ cing a complete victory in Common Council, BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Whigs Locofco 13 6 BOARD OF ASSISTANTS. Whigs Locofoco L, 11 7 This is glory enough for one day. VOTE FOR MAYOR Brady (whig) 21,730. Brov-nefl (Lucofoco) 20,068. Whig majority. 1,662 COMMISSIONERS OF ALMS HOUSE Taylor (whig; 19,058 Leonard (Locofoco) 21,116 IRISH RELIEF. The executive Committee respestfully an nounce to the auxiliary committees of the inte rior, that Mr. Burley being now otherwise en Mngcd, all consignments of provisions may be made directly to the chairman, C C. Trow bridge. The transportation having been secu red from Detroit to Ireland, ex...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 21 April 1847

Brandreth's Pills. Thi medicine is acknowledged lo be one ol Ike moat valuable ever discovered, as a purifier f th blood and fluids. It is superior to Sarsa pari :1a, whether as a sodorfic or alterative, It stands infinitely before alt the preparations or combinations of Mercury. lis purgative proper ties are alone of incalculable value for these Pills may be taken daily for any period, and in stead of a weakening by the cathartic effect. they add strength by taking away the cause ot weak ness. There is no good Mercury does, which these Pills do not likewise. But they have noue of the misenble effects of that deadiy specific. The teeth are not injured the bones and limbs are not paralyzed no but in the stead of these distressing symptoms, new life and consequent animation is evidenfcin every movement ot the body Brandreth's Pills are indeed a Universal Remedy, for they cure Relaxation and Chron ic Rheumatism! They cure Diabetes and a Stop fauk or Ubine- They cure Dysentery and Con s...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
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