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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 14 July 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL Volume 4 Number 34. Ypsilanti. M. Wednesday July 14, 1847. Whirte So. YPSILANTI SENTINEL. IB FUB LI9HED BVERT WEDNESDAY AT YPSILANTI, WASHTENAW CO. MICH. BY CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERiMS. t$1.50Cash in advance and $2.00 will in-. variably be charged it payment is delayed three month from the time of subscribing. ADDRESS OF MR. F. D. OHKIS. Delivered at Independence Island, July 3d, be ing the 1tt Anniversary of American Inde pendence Vpsila.iti, July 5, 1847. L. D. Norius, Esq. Sir: By the unanimous voice of the people present at the 4th July celebration on Indepen dence Island, on Saturday the 3d inst., a copy of your able address on the occasion was soli cited for publication In the Ypsilanti Sentinel, and we were appointed a committee for the pur- pope of procuring a copy which we trust you will have the kindness to pram Us. - We arc Respectfully Yours, ftsc, S JOHN STARKWEATHER, GROVE SPENCER, C W. LANE. Ypsila.nti, July 7th 1847. Gentlemen: Your favor of the 5th 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. — 14 July 1847

V 1I ACH IKIKI; AND ITS EFFECTS. One particularly, dark, damp, duW, "drizzly and disagreeable day, in the latter part of No vember, A. D. 1 842, a tall, gatt&t, queer look ing cuatomer, dressed in a blue coat with met tl buttons, a brimstone colored vest, and plaid pantaloons with calf-skin terminations, sat, "toltary and alone," in a little room, situated in a little tavern in street, city of Phila delphia. Before him was a little round table on whose marble top wan not a little pitcher at smokin? punch, "screeching hot." and-a wine glass. The solitary individually as Now Work, j nothing else, dear child, and that wmstoia sec- as a type ut the ceremony tmt Wrrs'toceprlve ond pitcher full, nigh ht-eond pitcher empty, her of this, to her, no longer valued orna One minute alter, and you couldn't have squee- men, her attendant then despoiled her of the zed jl drop of either pitcher or glass, by a forty ' rich jewels with which she was adorned; her itwo powntjiiyttralic press. i spl...

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 July 1847

pi PJH4..LUjl4.- YPSILANTT SENTINEL. Volame4 Number 25. Ypsilanti, Itf. Wednesday July 91, 1847. Whole YPSILANTI SENTINEL. 1 PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY AT YPSILANTI, WASHTENAW CO. MICH. BY CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. $1.5Cash in advance and $'2.00 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. From Sharpe's Magazine. THE WILL : A Tale of the Last Century. The old lady who related the outline of the following singular story, heard it told, in her youth, hy no means as a fiction, but as a real occurence. She even once knew the name of the old northern family concerned in it, but that with the exact dates, she has now forgotten, if she ever knew the latter; and having never written down the story, she has no means of recovering th?m. However, from her express mention of a tight wig, worn by the benevo lent old hero of the tale, we have fixed the strange occurrence not earlier than the last century. Towards the end of a fatty October day, about ...

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 July 1847

From the St. Louis Republican of the 10th. Late from the Santa Fe Trail. Progreuqf Col. Eas'on's Battalion of Infantry-Jim Express rem Lieut. Love Several Battles with the Indiana-His Command wai ting for Reinforcements. The Steamer "Little Missouri," from the Missouri, yesterday, brought us the following letter from a correspondent on the plains; "Council Grove, Santa Fe Trail, ) July 2, 1847. $ We left Fort Leavenwcrth June 21st. The text and the two succeeding days, we made easy marches. The fourth day from the time of leaving the Fort, we reached the Kanzas River. I rom the Kanzas, we made an easy inarch of 12 miles, performing the distance in four hours. Next day, we were obliged to take a lorced march to reach wood and water. W left camp in the morning, at 6 o?clock, and mad a camp at 5 P. M., having marched 30 miles. The next day was Sunday, and, as the men were very much fatigued, we remained in camp ail day. Since then, we have continued our march by easy stages of from 12 ...

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 July 1847

From the Kenton Republican . St. John's Anti Billious Pills. By reference to onr advertising columns it will bo seen that these very valuable pills had found their way into our midst. We are somewhat acquainted with their virtues and hesitate Hot in recom mending them to the public. ERIE AND MICHIGAN TELEGRAPH. fBlHE-Subscribers to the Stock in tbe Eiieend JL Michigan Telegraph Company are hereby notified that the instruments (after the first end second) ou their respective subscriptions will be called ii: as follows: Ten dollars on a share the 15th of August next Ten dollars on a share the 1 5:h of Sept. next F itteen dot. on a share the 15'h of Oct. next. LEVI HUBBELL, i JACOB M. HOWARD Trustees MARTIN B. WOOD, S By their Attorney D. T. TILLOTSON. Ypsllanti, July If, 1S47. WAREHOUSE OF PRINTS ONLY. No. 56 Cedar Street, Y USE, JUDSOJM AND LEE. LATE LEE &. JliDSON. Occupy ihe spacious Five Story Warehouse, Ho- 56 Cedar Sireet. the whole of which is de voted lo the exhibition and...

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

: -itr e- THE SENTINEL 05 Written hy Capt. G. W. Patten, the evening proceeding the Battle of Cerro Gordo: O LET US SLEEP ! Oh, let us sleep awhile to-night? Our weary limbs with toil are sore; To-morrow brings the dubious fight Beyond and we may crave no more! Beneath the tropic's burning ray, Faint are the hearts 'midst strife which dare, Aad hands, strong- nerved to moet the fray, Droop listless with the sultry air. O give us sleep a wakeful rest A dream which breaks ere scarce began- And then our arm shall do its best, To strike until the field be won. With bosoms fired by martial glow, And purpose for the combat ripe, Our strength, renewed, shall proudly show The glory of the star and 3tripe. O give M sleep! 'Tis toil severe, Which bids our feet the march restrain And we would steal a moment here, To see, in dreams, our homes again; Those homes, alas, far away, Where now 'mid tears with trembling tongue, For us the prayer they nightly say For us the Vesper hymn is sung. Yes, gi...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 August 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL Volume-- umber 26. THE ADVERTISEMENT. Surrounding; a table, on w hich were mingled cup of tea, bottles of liqueurs, glasses, and a bowl of punch, Alfred Couvraud, and some half dozen of his young companions, were finishing tbeir evening's enterlainmeut. Their party had beeu rather a noisy one ; all young and gay the room had resounded with joyous fooleries, mirthful songs, and shouts of laughter. But as change, in this world, is universal, their merri ment wore itself out, and the conversation took a serio-comic turn. It was evideut that the li quids were nearly exhausted. "It must be allowed, gentlemen,"' snid Al fred, placing his empty glass on the table, and with a heightening color, that contrasted forci bly with the tone of gravity which he tried to assume, "it must be allowed, that the life of a bachelor is very insipid' His companions re garded him with astonishment, and tbeir silence indicated that they were not of his opinion. Alfred continued, Exertion w...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 August 1847

5 mm ? fk OFFICIAL. HO THE WA8IIINGTO.N "lMO." OK TUESDAT. Crrem ndence between the Secretary of State and tiie Mexican Government relative to the lusio of MR. TRIST. An extra of the Reuublicano of Mexico, of the 28th of June, has been received at the De- partment of State, containing copies of two the undersigned in our xieparimeiu or foreign notes from the Minister .,1 Foreign Affairs of Aflaira, as a Commissioner, invested with lull ftftexieo, dated the 22d of June last, and a trans- 1 powers to conclude a definitive treaty of peace Ltion of the letter addressed t, the Mexican I w,,h lhe 1 Hl,e! Mexican States. This geu ttovernment by our Secretary of State on the tle Pe the entire confidence of the Presi- ill r a. :i : n i . rtint. nnri ! in; i npnt 1 1" vvurthv fit that nf thf -, u. npn. preMous. v e nere prcsem inmiauons oi me two notes urst mentioned, ffetbcr with a ropy of the original , f Mr. Buchanan's letter: all of which ill doubtless be read with interest u every jmrt o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 August 1847

Sick Headache is removed permanently by the use of the Great American Remedy, which haa a place in the columns of this paper. This article has wonderful properties, there is no getting around the evidence daily accrueing.- We have had a chance to learn its efficacy in many kinds of complaints, and must say that a curative agent, it goes farther, embraes more diseases., and in all these diseases more effective than any other medicinal article ex tant. Sec advertising colnms. call and sret a Treatise, published by Dr. Vangn, in hands of egantt. free to all. Y PSLLANTl SENTINEL. IS Pl'HLISHF.P EVERT WKDMKSDAT AT VPSII.ANTI, WASHTENAW CO. Hi l;V CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. $t.&OCath in advance and ft'i.UO will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of snhseribmjr. Marble! Marble!! THE SUBSCRIBER has commenced the business of Manufacturing Marble in its various branches and he would inform the in habitants of Yp-ilanti and its vicinity, that he n prepate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 August 1847

t 4 THE OLD ITALIAN INQUJ i ICY. The inquisition of the city of Venice, aided by official informers and secret tribunals.-, became one of the most cruel engines ot tyr anny ever known, perhaps, under any government. No man's life, liberty or property, was secure. Wfcen any fell under suspicion, the? were heard of no more. very thing was conducted with the most ! profound secrecy, the accused vic tim knew not the secret tongue that betrayed him, or the secret hand that slabbed him. Near the place, and separated only by a ca nal, is a prison, this prison is con nected with the place by a high bridge, called the Bridge of Sighs. This bridge had, (for jt is now clo sed up.) two passes; one leading from the prison into the Council Chamber, and anothor leading to more private, apartments and dun geons, under the place itself. These dungeons were also acces sible from the place by a secret , passage, which was unknown until the arena of these apartments of death were laid open bA" the Fren...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 11 August 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL Volume-- l.Viuiiboi 2&. Ypsilmiti. M. lVidnosday Aug. 11, 1817. Whole o. 184 From Godcv ' Lad ' Book. ' AlifiAF FROM MY CASE BOOK. bi AMXS j ii v E , . i). About midnight, of a chilly, but not unplcas- ant November night, I vw summoned t the door no very uncommon thing in a physician s experience by an earnest knock. It was our landlord, Mr. Clark. "A man at my home" said ho. in a manner Which showed his haste, and at the same time - - fit his anxietv. for he was a kind man, -is in a fit. or something of the kind. Hearing a heavy fall in his bedroom, f hastened in, and found j him lying senseless upon the Moor.'' 1 was there in a few miuites, for the taverrr Was onlv a few rods from mv door. In a neat little chamber, and upon a clean bed, where, apparently, he attendants had but just laid him Was a young, thick-set and very muscular man, in a state of perfect stupor. Running my eye fcnd hand over him, I quickly perceived, that it Was no fit that was on him: 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. — 11 August 1847

From the N. O. Bulletin of July 19. 0 THE PROGRESS OF THE Thk Mkxican War Judging by the infor mation we obtain from the Administration and its organs, we are now carrying on the war with Mexico for the purpose of "conquering a peace:" but from all we learn through the public press, as well as by private advices from Mexi co, it would appear there is but little prospect of the desired event being near at hand, either by "conquest" or otherwise. The irrations of or armies and the victo ries they have obtained have thus far been without results, and have really ehen us noth ing more than the command of the places we have captured and continue to occupy, with no apparent approach to the conquest cither of a peace or the country at larje, and we neither hold territory nor exercise jurisdiction except so far as we actually occupy with our bayo net?. The people of the United Slates have been fully couvinccd of this.but they have constant ly looked forward to important and definite con seq...

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 August 1847

Sick Headache is removed permanently by the use of the Great American Remedy, which has a place in the columns of this paper. This article has wonderful properties, there is no getting around the evidence daily accrueing.- We have had a chance to learn its efficacy in niany kinds of complaints, and must say that a curative agent, it goes farther, embraes more diseases., and in all these diseases more effective than any other medicinal article ex tant. See advertising oolums call and get a Treatise, published by Dr. Vaugn, in hands of agjnla free to all. YPSILANSHXTINEL. PtBLISHKD K V K it V W KDV KSL) A T AT ri'SILA.NTI. WASHTKNAW t. Midi. BY CHARLES WOODRIFF. TERMS. ll.MCtdi in advance and $2,00 will in variably be charged if payment is delayed three months from the lime of subscribm?- Marble! Marble!! THE SUBSCRIBER has commenced the business of Manufacturing Marble in its various branches and he would inform the in habit uils of Ypsilanti and its vicinity, that he i is prepared t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 11 August 1847

' L i 5 4 X) i 5 1 Printer' Parody. " Ot hew happy are they, Who the Printer do par, And have squared op for one year Or more Tongue can never express The great joy of the "Press, When delinquents have paid the old score. Printers all the day long, Labor hard for a "Song" O, that all their hard fate could rcc They have work tligrJt atl day. And of course want their pay, To buy sugar coffee and tea, (rne would hardly believe, What few dimes they receive. For the paper addressed to each name Yet, 'lis farther below Than what Ml people know. Or they'd pay up for fear or for shame. Mabkage by Steam. The vil lage of C difornia (we suppose a number of blacksmiths shops and stores constitute it a village) the county seat of the new county jVfonitcau, was the scene of a mar riage; a few days since remarka ble only for the locomotive speed of the courtship that preceded it. The bridegroom, a citizen of Ben ton county, on arriving in Califor nia, stepped into a store and po litely informed th...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 25 August 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Volume--4 X umber 30. From Blackwood's Magazine. A C ONS ULT ATION. CONCLUDED. t Without knowing it," bethought, "the Doctor has given me excellent advice. Fight Bouchereau! not so stupid. I should kill him; 1 am so unlucky! and then how could I re-appear before Virginia ! The little coquette views me with no indifferent eye ; and luckily 1 have made love to her for the last three 'months, so that when the grand day comes, she canxot suppose I love her money. Kill flbuch ereau! that would be absurd. Let him die in 'his bed, the dear man I shall not prevent it. I shall have plenty of fighting with my rival?, as soon as his wife is a widow. Six hundred thousand francs! They'll throng about her like 'bees around a honey-pot. But let them take 'care; I'm first in the field, and not the man to het them walk over my body." The following morning, long before the con 'sultalioiis had begun, the Captain strode into 'Magnian s reception room. "Doctor,"J said he, with milit...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 25 August 1847

far no ouv ufcUiOUAMl Lnfcli. h. cf ihe hmi. . way, ami the :tillucs-a oi -tbc mo- Casto Feruando. a citizen here, bes-totved on ney markets, tne every attention, and gave me money with a ! Jn tfce Lcndon corn market on Mortfcv, a rc delicacy so exquisite as make it impossible to ' duct ion on v. heat of a s to 10s per quarter decline with grace, though of course I did .so. took place. We have no quotations lo .jive of Others made mc similar present?,-anJ one .young yesterday's transactions. fentkfusn, Jose Maria V tileas, of 'talent and i Protisions lieef. prime mow pi r tierce, 304 excellent heart, ftcmed to exhaust his ingenui ty to make me happv. As (o comfort, 1 assure yon it neer in my tofc was more consulted bv my most intimate friend. From some reatou all wb approach mc, particular! v of the white or Spanish blood, bestow upon mo more favors than loan nam'1, and in a manner which I can- !(. I tor dried in canvass, per i(H) lb..-, 5U to oOs; y fit for ' robbers,' and challeng...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 September 1847

ia .. .nr. YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Volume-- lnmber 32. POKEiRY. ELIJAH'S INTERVIEW. BT THOMAS CAMPBELL. On Hstehs rock, t tie pro; het stood The Lord before him p;iss d, A hurriciine, hi angrv mood. Sw ept by him strong and fust. The forest fell before us force, The rocks where shivered m its course : trod was not M the blast. 'Twas but the wlmiilwiwd of his breath Announcing danger, wreck, and death. It ceased. The air grew unite a cloud Came, muffling up the sun; When through the mountains, deep and loud, Am earthquake thnnder'd on. The friohtencd eagle sprang in air Lhe wolf ran ho .ling from bis lair God was not in the storm. Twas but the rolling of his car The trampling of his steeds from fax. 'Twm still again; and Nature stood And calmed horrenied frame: When swift from heaven, a rirery tlood, To earth, devouring came. Down to the depth the ocean fled .The sickening sun looked wan and dead Yet God tilled not the flame. 'Tivji but the terror of hi eye. That lightened through the tr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 September 1847

THIS "AMNEXATIO..JJ A LETTER FROM GENERAL HOUSTON. huirrtvuLB, Texas, July 18. 1847. Mt Dkar Sir: Within a few days I have sacn a letter in the Weekly Union ot t he 12th ultiiiQ, over the signature ol Ex President Ty ler. If it where not for some facta stated in the letter, demanding, a I conceive, some no tice from me, I would not trouble yon withtbis communication; or. if the facts stated were not material to the truth ofNbintory ami the charac ter ofthose who at the lime were the chief functionaries of the Texan Government,! should feel it less incumbent on myself to solicit some explanation of the facts alleged. The state ments, emanating from so high and respectable a source, are well calculated to enforce them upon the minds of readers s authentic, and not as matters arising from the misapprehension ol truth. The ex-President, when stating the reasons which induced him to propose the subject of annexation to Texss, amonst others says: 'Nor was it until 1 received authentic inf...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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