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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 September 1847

1 "1T7HEREAS Lucinda, my wife, las left my a T bed and board, without any jngtcar.se or revocation, I therefore forbid ail ycrscr.s har oring or trusting her on mv account. Wk, Arg. 20 1847 " F. IEAFCM. &TRAED UK STOLEN. FROM the subscriber on or about ihe tCBlt of August, a small red heifer, with bug horns, a little white forward ol her hag. Who ever will give information where she may be found, and leave word ft the printing office shall be liberally rewarded. Aug. 1st. 1847. E. HAWKINS. YPSILANTI SENTINEL. IS nWMHB EVERT WEDNESDAY AT YPSILANTI, WASHTENAW CO. MICH. BT CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. $1.5 Cash in aVaaee and $;2,00 wHI in variably be charred if payment is delayed three months f-om the time of stttweribinr. Marble! Marble!! THE SUBSCRIBER has commenced the business of Manufacturing Marble in its various branches and be would inform the in habitants of Ypsilanti and its vicinity, that he is prepared to furnish GrR&VJC STQME3, TOMB TABLES, MOJYUME.XTS or any other wor...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 8 September 1847

ROAD-SIDE COLOQUY. JRwI so. squire, you don't take a country paper ? No, major, I get tiic city papers on much better terms; and so J take a coti;;!o of tliem. .-- . -- - ... ' . . - ?.9jU-r .. i v, a. 1.1 vv-ai .-'.! Hi i ..is oaf ..s dressed. He repeated the visit ev i v '.naming until his ear was whol ly healed. London OWrvor. l.i niv matter 8 of llie estate ol I m . h UK ju.ini.v Cou.i;yof Washtenaw, I Henry IVa'he'tTy deceased. 8ilK undersgncd Laving been appointed by I JR hoti. Kins M. Skinner. JedgS o' Probate for said c.umtv. commissioner to receive, examine often pi ove of great convenience ! 'hey win meet r.r the dischar n .ij Tho mnrn vvr irnira rrn '!" rtrre ' Edmunds & Compa Alt to us. I lie more we make them. But squire, these country papers a" ' ? r"im9 mnd 1 i ' . I ;j i : i : r t -1 sanl decease I; hereby gte notice tna ot said duties nt pany. in tne vni ge iTf Ynsilanti in s.iid i-'iiin'v on "he second Mm them, the better their editors Can ilny ol September and...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 December 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL 0 VOL. 4-ISO. 35. YPSILANTI: WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15, 1847, WHOLE NO. 191. YPSILANTI SENTINEL. It PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT YPSILANTI, WASHTENAW CO. MICH. UY CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. 1.50Cah in advance and $2,0 will in variablv be charged if payment is delayed three months from the time of subscribing. TO Oft have I stravd by the CaaVaM bum, Long h ve i wuudcred through woodland and g!cu, "Waiting and hoping for Johnnie's return, AVha's fating h.s ffM 'aMDg the bravest o' men. 11 pass and revisit the aul.l secret thorn, Whilk alt in the evening h.'e shclteed ustwa, And range in the woodland alone and forlorn, WkileVae is my heart for the lad that's aw a. "rtl'H view the mild scene where we often bu'e been, . And list to the linnet, tiie thrush and the wn-u; I'll sit on the knowe, that hangs over the brim, Where Johnnie aud in first a viK-.:.r began. While under t e thorn, by the side of the burn, He tauld tne he never w jiild leave me ava'; But the rod-coated tn.iu ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 December 1847

r i Bt iLfcUR tl'li ruR ill t: rrSILAftTI SENTINEL. MESSAGE, OK THB RESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES After returning thanks to Providence, the President says that no change has taken place with our Mexican connections. The war wni the Unitou S;ate w ere forced lo engage tnMth that country still continues. It is adxisaWf on the present occasion to say that the wanton i elation of person and property, of our citizens committed by the Mexicans, new repealed acts of bad faith, through a long series of years end her disregard of Solemn treaties, and stip ulations for indemnity for our injured citizens, not only constituted, ample cause for war on mir part, but was of such an aggravated char acter as to justify us, before the whole world hi resorting to this extreme remedy with an auxiou'f desire to avoid a rupture between the Two countries. We have no hesitancy to assert ir clear right by force and continued to see redress for the wrongs we had sultered, by am icable negotiations, in the ho...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 December 1847

Snspcasion Bridge at Niagara. I Thi3 bridge is the subject of an interesting communication in the Lockport ''Courier," by Lot Clarke, Esq., from which we learn tbnt at a meeting early last month, of the Boards of Directors of the two companies incorporated in Canada and New York for the purpose of constructing a suspension bridge across the Niagara, before the Falls, it was satisfactorily ascertained that stock to the aggregate amount of 200,000 had been taken by parlies fully a ble to pay the instalments as they should be called lor. At that meeting notices were giv en that the Directors would receive plans and estimate at a future meeting, which assembled at the Clftoti House on the 4th inst., anu con tinued in session several days. A number of the most ingenious :.nd scientific artists farm different parts of the United States and Can da, appeared with their plans and deaiensand mud time was taken in examination an. i ex lanntin the result of which was that the construction ! of ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 15 December 1847

0 SfeniiNG the EiprrsE.--During the eclipse of the sun Tuesday week tvhith was invisible to the London ers, an Irish jontleman, who lodg ed on a first lioor, in the fragment ot what once was M. Giles,' deem ing it fiit that his juvenile repsescn taiive, who was snoring most mu sically an a potatoesack in the cor ner ofhis room, should have an op portunity of seeing what he might not live to see again, an eclipse, sei zed him by the scrutf of the ni ck, and shoving his head oui of the window, told him to Hook at the 'clips.' The unfortunate boy, whose astronomical curiosity of the indul gent intention of his parent, exhib ited some impatience, which was however, quickly stilled by a whack sufficient to have awakened a less sensitive piece of living machinery "Do you see it?' exclaimed the kind author ofhis being. "What?" inquired poor 7"im. 'The 'clips, to be sure you Oma thawn. After a pause and looking into the gutter; T do darkly,' cried the child; "thev've clipsfti him quite in t...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 December 1847

YPSILANTI SENTINEL VOL. 4-NO. 36. YPSILANTI: WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22, 1847. WHOLE NO. 192. MESSAGE, OF THK l'KKSIDEXT OF THK 1" NIT ED STATES 1 10 the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States: Fkllow Citizens: The annual meeting' of Congress is always an Interesting event. The Atf i eetulatives 6f i!ir State, and of the peo pie come from their constituents to take council together for the common good. After an exist ence of near three fourths of a century as a free and independent repnblic,the problem no longer remains to be solved, whether man i capable of self government. The success of oar admi rable system is a conclusive refutation cf the theories of those countries which maintain that a "favorite few," are born to rule, and that the mass of manMnd must be governed by ton e. Subject to no arbitrary or hereditary authority, the people are the only sovereigns recognised by Our constitution. Numerous emigrants of every lineage and language, attracted by the civil and re...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 December 1847

It may be that the Mexican government and people have misconstrued or misunderstood our forbearanee, and our objects, in desiring to con chide an amicable adjustment of the existing differences between the countries. They may have supposed that he would submit to terms degrading to the nation ; or they may have drawn false inferences from the supposed divi sion of opinion in the U. States on the subject of the war, and may have calculated to gain much by protracting it ; and, indeed, that we might ultimately abandon it altogether, with out insisting on any indemnify, territorial or otherwise. Whatever may the false impres sions under which they haveactel, the adop tion an I prosecution of the energetic, policv propose I must soon undeceive thorn. In the future prosecution of the war the ene my must he made to feel its pressure more than they have heretofore done. At its commence ment it was deemed proper to conduct, it in a spirit of forbearance and liberality. With this end in view...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 December 1847

I and they have become more united and content ted than they have been for many years past. Tue commissioners, appointed in pursuance of the act of June twfcnty-scventh, 1846, to settle claims arising under the treaty of 1835 '36 with that tribe, have executed tt.eir duties ; and after a patient investigation, and a full and fair examination of all the cases brought before them, closed their labors in the month of July last. This is the fourth board of commissioners which has been organized undrr this treaty. Ample opportunity has been ano riled to all those interested to bring forward their claims. No doubt il entertained that impartial justice has been done by the late board, an 1 that all valid claims embraced by the treaty have been con- 6idered and allowed. This result) and the final settlement to be made wilh this tribe, under the treaty of 1846, which will be completed and laid before you during your session, will adjust all questions of controversy between them and the Unite...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 December 1847

7 Story cf a Sing. There is finch a thing as a first step most fortuntely aUvrrte, in whose failure there is salvation. 1 here are some well-known instan- ces where wealthy young noblemen have been rescued from the nerni-(other cious habit of gaining by a first loss. I whicn tnougn it partly enppteu ; tie iiau contrived to give tins nen them, sent them back from what jeficiai lesson to the young noble might otherwise have proved the man, which is to be hoped, preven road to utter ruin. When a man ted him, forever after, from enter would tamper with any species of ing ihe list with sharpers, or try vice, a happy misadventure, thor-Tug by unworthy means to over oughly disgusting him with his ex- j reach his neighbors. periment. is the mo9t precious les son he can receive. In the collect-1 ion of anecdotes we have befoie al luded to, there was one of tins kind whicn struck us very forcibly It isan admirable instance of the biter bit: but here the young man who wished to be nibbling at ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 January 1848

I YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOL. 4-NO. 38. YPSILANTI: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12, 1848. WHOLE NO. 194. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE, Fellotr Citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives : Having been elected, by a majority of ihe people, to the office of Chief Executive Magis trate of our young, but rapidly growing state, and having assumed the high obligations and responsibilities of that elevated station, bv tak ing the oath prescribed by the constitution.! am required to communicate to you, as trie represen - tatives of the people, the condition of the state, and to recommend for your consideration such matters as I may deem expedient. With the importance of the trust confided to me, I am deeply impressed, and of my ability to perform the arduous duties it imposes, am tear fully distrustful. My predecessors, in accordance with a cus tom, adopted at the organization of our state government, have, on bing inducted into office, preceded their executive communications by an avowal of their opinions, ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 January 1848

f 1 1 deem it my duty to call the attention of the Would it not be just to all concerned to ap-' legislature, to the existing laws relative to 1 propriate a portion, at least, of this fund to the granting licensee to theatrical exhibit ions, pub-1 construction of such roads as are deemed essen lic shows kc. tial to the growth and prosperity of this impor- By their provisions township boards, and the1 tant colony? corporate Boards of Villages, are empowered to One, perhaps, from their principal settlement license theatrical exhibitions, public shows and i to Grandville, in the county of Kent, another such other exhibitions as they deem proper, to ! to the mouth of Grand River, in Ottawa county, which admission is obtained on payment of mo-! and a third to some point on the Kalamazoo ney, upon such terms and conditions as they River in the county of Allegan, may think reasonable. " j Of the 25,000 seres of Internal Improvement Bv the laws of many of the states, so heavy a lands, appro...

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 January 1848

Editorial Correspondence of the Pittsburgh Gazette SPECIE TO H ROPE. Washington, Dec. 29, 1848. There is much speculation among- business men as to the present state of the country, and the probable bearing of certain financial meas ures upon its business prosperity. The House Representatives at this early period of the ses sion, ond to meet the exigencies of the Depart ments, have passed a law to meet two drafts, of half a million each, drawn in Mexico upon the Government at Washington. Tliesf transac tions, in mercantile phrase, are '-don' " through the Agencies of European houses in Mexico. Instead of exporting their specie direct, and thus paying the export dut y enacted bj the Gov ernment, and incurrring the many risks of transportation through Mexico, they sell their specie for Government Bills on the U. States. The moment these Bills are presented here, spe cie is exacted for them and the specie is at once sent to Europe The effect is to carry the precious metals from our mid...

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 January 1848

J. Roxbourths Toothache Specific THE PROPRIETOR oflcrs the above named article 'o the public (Irom 20 years expert ' cnee of itt effects) as a speedy and lasting cure 'for the toothache and neuralgic pains of llie-g rns and face, and also a preserver ot the Teeth. It is solely vegitable and noi poisonous. It is put up in four ounce vials at four shillings per bottle for aale'uy myself, by Dr. J. 'Fair child my sole agent and by E. Samson, allot Ypsiluiti. Directions for using w itli each bonis. We. the subscribers, certify that we have used Mr. Roxbourih's tooih-ache specific und h ive proved it to be a sure an;( lasting cure for ihat distressing malady ; and heartily reccommend it refill wio are thus afflicted. Thomas Morgan, Jo-eph II. Peck, Mr. Mar gsret Randolph, Mrs. Mdnev Matthews. VVm. A. Brown, Harriet Kanouse, Frances A. Child, u.o lolly FainLild. Yfnitaoti Die. 5ih 46. SATE OF MICHIGAN I Washtenaw County AT a session of the Probate Gnrt for the eoui'ty of Washtenaw, held a...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 26 January 1848

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. YPSILANTI: WEDESDAY, JAN. 26, 1848. WHOLE NO. 196. VOL. 4-NO. 40. The bloody Battle of Grokotr, between tbc Russians and the Poles. Amid the blaze of admiration, excited by the splendor of our victories, and the extent of our conquest, it may not be amiss to remember the recent deeds of an oppressed people, fighting in the cause of freedom. We may learn faom such narrations, both that other races than the Anglo Saxon, can exhibit instances of chival rous valor ; and that the flame of Liberty tho' long smothered by oppression, will break forth to consume the oppressor. The Battle of Grokow. the greatest in ,Eii rope, sioce that of Waterloo, was fought on the 25th of February 1831, and the place where I stood commaded a view of the whole ground. The Russian army was under the command of Diebitsch, and consisted of one hundred and for ly two thousand infantry, forty thousand cav alry and three hundred and twelve pieces of cannon. This enormous force was arranged in ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 26 January 1848

froffl tht Nation n intelligencer. CONGRESS AM) THE WAB. What will be the course that Congress iriil consider it necessary or expedient to pursue in regard to the further prosecution of the war in to -the vitals" of Mexico, has not been iudica ted by any thing that has taken place in the th e weak which have ebpssd of the Sew ions of Congress. We do not mention tbia matter of surprise, much less of complaint. A Congress one-half of which consists of new Member-, does wisely in acting with deliberation upon u question of such magnitude as this, in which not only the character of the country and its own self-esteem, but possibly the destinies of this nation for all time to come are involved. The Bill reported in the Senate, nt the in stance of the Administration, to add ten r elev en thousand Regular troops to the Army which is to be followed by a bill to raise some twenty thousand additional volunteers f r dur ing the war is under discussion on its thin! reading in the Senate, ami we...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 26 January 1848

r TERMS, in advance and $1.50 Cash $2,00 will in variably be chared if payment is delayed three months from the tune of subscribing. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (14 linesj one insertion 50 One two insertions '75 One " three M $L00 44 " three months 2.5J 6jx h 5,00 " one year 8,00 Legal advertisements (per folio) one insertion 5 Subsequent insertions '-5 SHERIFF SALE, late of Michigan, Count; of M ashlenaw. ss. JVoticr. h hereby gifeu that by virlnre of an execution issv d out of the county conrL in. and for the Coun if tV 1 ,',..;; 'in !e ( 0 ! delivered, 1 had' ieveid v .1: all fir i:C"7Wljf and interest of Lt tnard ' . sg lowing descrit d u 'h if lamtOjit in the township of Ypsitan.i, aitdgmin 7 of rt ashlenaw to icit : commcneng at .. E. cor ner of tillage lot 93 in Hunter addition jo Yp rilanti in tki 'tale of Michigan, thente Jorth 3 d 9-10 degrees $ ten chains, thence j last ice chains thence S. 3 0-10 degrees E. ten fithis thence West on the. JVorth line of the ChSeago K...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 26 January 1848

J. Roxbourths Toothache pecific THE PROPRIETOR oflers the above named article 'o 'lie public (from 20 year experi ence of iu effects) as a speedy and lasting cure for the toothache and neuralgic pains ot r it- gums and face, and also a preserver ot the Teeth, h is solely v-aitable and not poisonous. It is put up tn four ounce vials at four shillings per bottle for sale by myself, by Dr. J. Fairchild my sole gent and by E. Samson, allot Ypsilinti. Direcuous for using wHS each bottle. . . , i , , We. the subscribers, certify that we have used j i . . , . ... . , r. Roxbourth's tooth-ache specific and have j Mr. Koxbnurtrfs tooth -acne spec proved ii to be a sore ami las nig cure for that distressing malady ; and heartily reccommend it te all who are thus afflicted. Thomas Morgan, Joseph II. Peck, Mrs. Mar. gTet Randolph, Mrs. fidnev Matthews Win. A. Brown. Harriet Kanouse. Frances A. Child, rnd Polly Inirelnk. Ypsilanti Dec. 5th 46. SATE OF MICHIGAN I Washtenaw County AT a session of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 2 February 1848

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. 7. VOL. 4-NO. 41. PSILANTI: WEDNESDAY, FEB. 2, 1848. WHOLE NO. 197. YPSILANTI SENTINEL. f PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT YPSILANTI, WASHTK.AW0. MICH. BY CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. -1.40 Cash in advance and je.(M v. ill in variably be charged if payment is delayed three "months from the time of suiscribinr- RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square (14 lines; one insertion One One 50 two insertions 1o three " $1,00 " three months - 2.50 six " 5,00 " " one year 8,00 Legai advertisements (per folio) one insertion ,56 Subsequent insertions ,25 THE LAND OF DREAMS. BT WM. C. BHTAST- -A mighty Realm is the Land of Dreams, With steep9 that hang in the twilight sky, Aim! weltering oceans and trailing streams. That gleam where the dusky valleys lie. But over its shadowy borders flow Sweet rays from the world of endless morn, And the nearer mountains catch the glow, And flowers in the nearer iiilds are born. The souls of the happy dead re; air, From th ir bowers of light to tli.a border...

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 February 1848

-Bvmo CoTRrr.uTio.vs. Bv the following I rtnij.ar, will bo neeii that the Government at, TVushington are Carrying out ti.e plan of col- ' feting tilt- internal taxes or the count rv -Tri-I un. c. Matamoraf, Mexico, Dee. 27, 1847. I. All the internal taxes, of every descrip tion, whether upon persons or property, which were collected bv the authorities nf ;-,o.... ros. before the war between the United States ?KBCU or Mk. Speivckr. In another col and Mexico, eiiher for the revenue of the Mex- ! lMnn vve g'VP '""'), and accurate, report of the lew i iovernasent, for the St.to of Tsmaulipas. ' remarks of Air. Spencer, in the House, on the t:;:::::;, tiz undersigned, at the (iuartormaster s affice, cor- ! ask,nS ior information in regard to the expend rierrrf Bruro and Mwclos sts. j 'tre uf the appropriation of ten thousand dol- 11. Ml owners tf manufacturer or produce : iars. to defray tliff c.vnenso of rai iing a regiment Sr,r0w,7'',reVerV,C::' ;mrfr?"1,heff volunteers for the Mexican...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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