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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 28 April 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL Volume 1 --Number 13 Ypsilanti, HI. Wednesday April 1847. Whole No. ISO. YPSILANTI SENTINEL la published even- Wednesday, at Ypsiluuti U ashte naw Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRLFF. TERMS. l,50Cash in advance and 5t'2.(M will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. An Affecting Story The McCulough Rangers, after a hard day's ride, had bivouacked one night last summer in a beautiful mesquit grove between Reynrsa Viejo and Camargo, a barranca protecting one side of the encampment from a surprise, while the steep banks of the Rio Grande served the same purpose on the other. The horses had all hern fed, watered aird curried,the first relief of the iruard posted and the rangers after drink ing their coffee, were reclining about on their blankets, spinning long yarns cf their adven tures, when Bill Dean told a story that wound up the entertainments of the evening, in theat rical parlance, and caused ra outbreak in the term...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 28 April 1847

Mexico and the War. Ppoxitmu of the United States for Peace Public opinion m Mexico The Plan of La Playa .4 Bold Experiment in Embryo The States to Repudiate the Authority of the Central Government. We hare already given the substance of the propositions made by the United States thro' tteaor Atocha to obtain a peace. We now five them at length as they appeared in the Diario del Gobierno of Mexico. They are as follows : A commission shall be named to arrange the conditions. This commission shall be com posed of Messrs Benton and Buchanan and one member of Congress of the opposition, and two Mexican Commissioners. The Commis sion shall assemble wherever the Government of Mexico may appoint. The United States demand the parallel of 96 degrees of latitude trom the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific, as the dividing line. The United will pay fifteen millions of dol lars in cash for the territory occupied, solemn ly enffgng not to exact or claim any expenses of the war. These expenses are est...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 28 April 1847

THE LADIES. ILL find the latest style of French Shoes of all kinds at IRVING' 8; Please call and see them. The Old Painter HAS come back (just as we expected) and his shop is first door east of Edward's Sash and Blind manufactory. Thankful for past favors and expects a chance With the rest of the brethren in what is to be dona in his line of business. P. HASCALL. Congrers Street. Yp-ilanti, Apr 28, 1847 CULTIVATOHfi, STEEL TEETH with or with or without wood ing and the "jam-upM of every thing of the kind that has or probably ever will be offered to thiaor any people. Many ot the best Farmers in ihjs part of the M moral vineyard " used them las season en their fallows to paepare for, and put in rheir wheat ; aud upon their testimony we are willing to rest. For sale by J. Slockdale at his shop, Huron street, and at the shop of P. Hascal. Congress street. Ypsilanti 28 Aptil 1847. 4w. NEW BOOT Sc SHOE STORE C. IRVING. HAS opened a Coot and Shos Store one door est of the Post Office, whe...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 28 April 1847

Braralreth's Pills. This medicine is acknowledged to be one ot tie most valuable ever discovered, as a purifier f the blood and fluids- It is superior to Sarsa parilla, whether as a sodorfic or alterative, I: stands infinitely before all the preparations or combinations of Mercury. Its 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 efTect.they add strength by taking away the cause ot weak seas. There is no good Mercury does, which these Pills do not likewise. But they have none ot the miserable effects of that deadly specific. The teeth are not injured the bones and limbs are not paralyzed no but in the stead of these distressing symptoms, new life ar.d consequent animation is evident in 'tty movement of the hotly Rrnndriib' Pilla nri ir.Hrfd n t-niversn! Remedy, for they cart I.mlamation and Chron ic Rheumatism! Thef cure Diabetes and a Stop aob or Urine- They cure Dysentery and C...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 5 May 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Mm - Volume 4 umber 14. Ypihtnti. M. Wednesday May 5, 1847. Yt bole Km. 1M. YPSILANTI SENTINEL la published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washtc n -v. Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. l5OCash in advance and will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. THE DOWRY. BV MISS S. H. BROWSE. ' Restore to me my wealth," said a great lady to her husband, who was about to put her away for a younger bride, and when assured that her for tune should all return to her, " My beauty, my lore my youth,''' she answered, "these are my wealth restore these, and I am content." H So thou art woary of thy wife, Inconstant lord of mine ; Thou questioTiest if the marrhge bond Be quite a bond dirine ! For thou hast clasped a whiter hand, And kissed a ruddier check, R And with a false and perjured lip, Hast dared of love to speak ! ' Yet be it as thon wilt I scorn, The struggling hand to bind The allegiance of the heart I seek, And th...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 5 May 1847

c noimin what waits on a kurnel alwavs out ranks one dat waits on a caoten. an' de wav we colored gemmen reglars makes dcse volunteer mgf in squat is a caution to white folks' AFFAIRS IH NEW MEXICO, i nineteen dayt campaign Details of the sev eral engagements, dc. Correspondence of the Missouri Republican. Sakta Fe February 13, 1847. GeoKrDy had scarcely left New Mexico for California when rumors uf a revolution be gan to be spoken of among the Mexican inhab itants, but the kindness with which these peo ple were treated by the Americans, and the ap parent willingness with which the Mexican submitted to the New government which had been established over them, lulled us all into the belief of a quiet submission. This was wholly deceptive. The fire of revenge was still burn ing beneath. jfixi me ntn ot jan.uov. ttent left this place to attend to private business at Taos. On the i'Oth information was brought to Col. Price by n Indian living six miles from tow n that Gov ernor Bent and s...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 5 May 1847

KHMOVAl, New Establishment. MISS MARIA ELIZA DUNCAN. Formerly foreman in the shop of Miss JYkhols RESPECTFULLY informs her patrons, and the puolic generaHv thai she has romovd her establishment apposite Wallace's hotel, first door above Cdinuntl?, & "o's store, where she will be happy to receive any orders in the Hlllliiury ttud Dress-flaking. All war entrusted to her will be tastefully one and warranted to please as being her own foretn m all order will receive her personal at tention. N. B. The latest spring styles and patterns from the ci'jrof New- York just received. Mrs. L. B. FROST. "M OL'LD respectfully inform the ladies of w Ypsi'anti and vicinity that she has remor' ed Icr Mil i i.vary biiMness 'o the building letely known as Aiss Rowley's shop on Congress street where she will be happy to receive the calls all persons ViaMfc. work in her line. Ypilanii, May 5, 1847. 3w CULTIVATORS. QTF.EL TEETil with rr with or without wood r ing and the "jam-up" of every thirl? of 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. — 5 May 1847

LAMES. X7ILL find the latest style of French Shoes ? of all kinds at 1RVING S. Please call and see them. S The Old Fainter AS com back (just aa we expected) and his shop is first door east of Edward's Sash and d manufactory. Thankful for past favors and x pacts a chance with the rest of the brethren in wat is to be done in his line of business. P. HASCALL. ftongrcra Street. Ypsilanti. Apr 28. 1847 CULTIVATORS. CCTF.EL TEETH with or with or without wood ing and the "jam-up" of every thing of the Irlnd that baa or probably ever will be offered to this or any people. Many ot the best Farmers in ibis part o f the 44 moral vineyard " used them las season en their fallows to paepars for, and put in rheir w !u at ; aud upon their testimony we are willing to rest. For sale by J. Stock. hie at Ins shop. Huron street, and at the shop of P. Hascal. Congress street Ypsilanti 28 Aptil 1347. 4w. MEW BOOT Sc SHOE STORE C. IRVING. HAS opened a Boot asd Shoe Stoke one door .vest of the Post Office, ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 May 1847

YP S I L A N T 1 SK N TI N E L. Ypsilanti, Hi. Wednesday May 18, 184T. Wiiole No. lit. 1; published every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washte naw BIKUIgwi : CHARLLS WOODRUFF. TERMS. fil, 50 Cash in advance and $2,00 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. For the Ypsilanti Sentinel. Suggested by seeing a suovv drop in bloom Ap'h 1". "The feat gilt thing That bears the trembling pearls oi spring." They eome, they come, to life they burst, A joyous throng and thou the first; In Flora's train, thy little day To sparkle, smile, and puss away. The softened gale that bids thee wake, From thv long iutry sleep, and take Such matchless farm of grace and light, Such bcaunoiis robes of dazzling wnite, From earth's embrace shall waken too A sister band with varied hue; Yet, none in gentle purity, And looks of love may rival thee. Thv ntw-lcrn charms from darkens cold, 1 Ikb wrourht in beautv's fairest mould, To softened' thought bright visions bri...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 May 1847

From the Gncinnatti Gaiette. The President' last Usurpations. If the President of the United States honest ly believed that he possessed the power to en act laws under the name of orders to regulate imports into Mexico, to establish custom houses there, and to disburse money so enacted, be would have plainly and simply ordered the same through his proper subordinates. Butconscience makes cowards e? us all, and ro with him in tb rase: jor aetets about the thing in such a way that be can receive no credit for sincerity of purpose or for an honest compliance with the law. He begins with letters addressed this Secretary of the Treasury and his Secretary of the Navy, very much like messages to a Legis lative body, and his Departments, thus evoked, duly enact tbeir laws and orders for Mexico, ac companied with replies, by way of argument and experiment, clearly for the use of the Pres ident's party presses. We concede to the President the possesion of remarkable courage,if hardihood may 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. — 12 May 1847
Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 19 May 1847

1 YPSILANTI SENTINEL Volume i--itmher lO. Ypsilanti. M. Wednesday May 19, 1 H17. Whole Xo. 1 72 YPSILANTI SENTINEL Is published every Wednesday, at Ypsilauti Washte naw Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. 1 HO Cash in advance and $2.00 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. LINES ON SOME WITHERED FLOWEERS. I love ye, withered flowers, Ye arc still dear to me. Although the flitting types ye are, Of man's fidelity. I Jove ye, withered flowers, I prize ye to the last, For ye conjure brighter vision?, Of sunny hours long past. I love ye, withered flowers, All drooping pale and dead, Your brilliant colors faded, Your grateful fragrance fled. For ye bring back by-gone years, And inem'ry loves to dwell On many hallowed trysting spots, By forest, field, and dell. Full well do I remember The day' the hour, the spot, Where yonder heath was gathered, And this Fotget-mc- not. I cross again the mountain, 1 tread the forest glade, I list...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 19 May 1847

hall not probably again meet with serious op- Cition this side of Petrote certainly not un i delayed by the waut of the means of trans portation. WIN PI ELD SCOTT. P. 8. I Invite attention to the letter of San ta Anna, taken in his carriage, also to the pro clamation in which he says, " If the enemy ad vance one step more, the national independence will be buried in the abyss of the past. W e have made that step. THE SEHTINEL CHARLES WOODRITF, KDITOR. YPSILANTI, WEDNESDAY MAY 19, JK47 E7 Single copies mailed at the Office 5 cents each Three or more of the same number mailed (o different addresses, to the order of one person 4 cents. 1E7 Postage on Papers thus sent, one cent within the State, or to a distance not exceeding one hun dred miles; out of it any greater, distance, one and a half cent IRELAND. The United States ship of war, Jamestown, arrived at Cork on the 13th of April in fifteen days from Boston. Her arrival was greeted with much popular enthusiasm ; an enthusiasm which ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 19 May 1847

r Farm For Sale. TUJE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale the farm on which ha now lives, three miles south ot Sal.ne vUlage in ihe township of York, Wash tenaw county Mich, containing 160 acres of good opening land. 140 acres cleared. On the premi ses are two log houses, two framed barnes, a good young orchard of grafted fruit, just com nieuctng to bear, and fifty four acres of w heat on the ground to be purchased with the farm or se.a:a:e at ihs option of the purchaser. Terms, a part dowi., and a liberal credit with approved securiiy on the remainder. Possession given immediately. UZZIEL KANOUSE York, May 12, 1 -47. For further particulars appiy to J. M. Edmunds P'lantt. or the subscriber on the premises. IRVING HAS Jcvr Receiveo the fashionable BOOTS and MIOES for the Spring and Summer among which may be found LADIES FRENCH GAITERS, POLKA'S, WALKING SHOES AND SLIPPERS ALSO. Misses Gait-rrs, Polkas' Buskins and gentlemen's gaiters, to lace up on the side. All of which he will show gratis, ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 19 May 1847

Brandreth's Pills. T)i is medicine is acknowledged Jo be one ol ti;e most valuable ever discovered, as a purifier of the blood and fluids. It is superior to Sarsa paritla. whether as a sodorfie or alterative, Ii nauds infinitely before all the preparati ons or combinations of Mercury. lis purgative proper ties are alone of incalculable value for these Pills may be taken daily for any period, ami in stead of a weakening by the cathartic effect, they add strength by taking away the cause of weak ness. There is no good Mercury docs, which these Pills do not likewise. But they have none ol the miserable 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 evident in every movement of tiie body Brandreth's Pills arc indeed a Universal Remedy, for they cure Inhumation and Chron ic Rhecmati-: Tlieycure Diabetes and a Sror tagf. or Uiine- Tiiey cure Dysentery an...

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 June 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Voldalc 4 Number 18. YPSILANTI SENTINEL 1 pabltshed every Wednesday, at Ypsilanti Washte naw Co. Michigan, by CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. $1.60 Cash in advance and $2,00 will in- variably be charged if payment ia delayed three Month from the time of subscribing. NOT MARRIED YET. I'm single yet! I'm single yet! Amf years have down since I came out! In vain I sigh in vain I fret! Ye gods! what are the men about? I vow I'm twenty! oh, ye powers! A spinster's lot is hard to bear On earth alone to pass her hours, And afterwards lead apes dovn there! No offer yet no offer yet! I'm puzzled quite to make it out; For every beau my cap I set, What what what are the men about7 They don't propose they won't propose, For fear, perhaps, I'd not say "yes!" Just Jet them try lor heaven knows I'm tired of single-blesseducss. Not married yet not married yet The deuce is in the men, I fear! I'm like a something to be let, And to be lei alone that's clear. They say "she's pretty but no...

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

GjrThe Pittsburg Gazette is publishing, in series of articles, ao able review of the acts of the 2Uth Congress. A part of the last num ber, devoted to the SUBTREASURY LAW, we are tempted to lay before our readers. This act is now nearly a year old, ' What good baa it done to government, State or peo ple ? Is the public money safer than it was ? Are sr.x individuals, however respectable or le aponslble, living in Boston, New York, Phila delphia, Charleston, St Louis, and N. Orleans, capable of keeping the money as securely as in stitutions with stockholders, and director?, in corporated by the state governments,responsible to them, and giving the most ample security fOr the restoration of every dollar placed on de posite ? Without giving security or conven ience to persons or parties, or business of any sort, the subtreasury has really done much pos itive injury to the country. Jt has multiplied public officers in ali sections, and at the seat of government, and thus greatly increase...

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 June 1847

ft?" 0r farmers have pretty generally fin ished putting in their sbring crops. Many of their familiar faces have been visible on our steeta within the last few days, and a more pleasrnt looking set of fellows we have not beheld for many a day because why the price of wheat is up new crops never looked better, and thers a fair prospect for the tallest kind of prices for a year to come. These, without anv doubt of the election of Old Rough and Ready to the Presidency in' 48, are cheering prospects, anb nave o wonderful tendency to brush those unwelcome wrincles from the brow of care. Michigan Tel. CC5 Miss Eeecher, the daughter of the ven erable Dr. Bvcher, is untiring in her efforts to promote education at the West. She is in a few days to meet at Albprny, twentv-six vonng ladies from New England? who are to go out with her as teacheis, after ha ing spent a season at the State Normal School. Her plan is to transsfer a large number nf educated young la dies to the West and employ them...

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 June 1847

i THE SENTINEL THE SEASONS OF LOVE. The spring-time of love Is both nappy and gay, For joy sprinkles blossom And balm in our war; The sky, earth and ocean, In beauty repose, And all rhe bright futura la cvuU it dc rose. The slimmer of lore Is the bloom of the hc.rt, When hill, grove and valley, Their music impart, And the pure glow of heaven Is seen in fond eyes, As lakes show the riinbow That's hung in the skies. The autumn ofLove Is the season of cheer Life's mild Indian snmmer, The smile of the voir; Which comes when the golden Ripe hin est is stored. And yields its own blessings Repose end reward. The winter of love 's the beam that we v. ia While the storm seowls without, From the sunshine within. Love's reign i3 c:ernal, The heart i s his throne And he hss ali teat-ens Of life for his own. Heroic! We have often notice the presentation of testimonials of a complimentary character to our brave volunteers, but a recent oc casion of the kind, in Pi sburg, was more tuching than usu...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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