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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 22 March 1848

- SPEECH OF Mr. HOLMES Or SOl TH CAROLIN A, OS THi: HEATH 0" J. Q- ADAMS Mr. HOLMES, of South Carolina, roe and Mid: Mr. SpfaKkr: The mingled tons of sor row like the voice of many waters, has rme utito us from a sister State Massachu-M-ttb weeping for her honored son. The State I have the honor in part to represent, once en dured, with yours, a common suffering, battled for a common cause, and rejoiced in. a common triumph. Surely then, it is meet that to this the day of your afflclion we should mingle our griefs. When a great man falls, the nation mourns; uhen a patriarch is removed, the people weep. Dorr, my associates, is no cohimon bereave ment. The chain which linked ourhoaits with the gifted spirits of former tnr.es has bus lueii rudely snapped. The lips from w hieb flowed the 'Morions and living truths that our fathers uttered are closed in death! Yisr my friends, Death has been among us! He has not enter ed the humble cottage of some uupnown, igno ble peasant: he has knocke...

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 March 1848

r OCAs many of our readers did not receive our extra of last week, in which the following was inserted, we "five it place in this week's edition. News of the Week. (Condensed for the Sentinel, from Tele graphic Rework.) Wir York: March 7th. The Stoamcr E ditii at New Oricans, from Vera Cruz, to the j 19th ult., brings some additional Mexican news j Nothing later from the Capital. A passen ger bv the Edith states he was tnlormed by Gen ' Twtnri that bp had received positive informa tion the Gen. Scott had granted .Santa Anna his passport, and that he was expected at Vera Cruz on his way from the country on the 24th. j ultimo. A correspondent of the Picayune wri ting from the city of Mexico, Feb. 4th, says he w as at a late meeting of the Mexican Congress ! at Queretaro, theie were twenty -five members in attendance. It vas ordered that the mem bers absent be notified through the officers and Governors of the States and l eal authorities, that if they do not appear in their seats by t...

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 March 1848

J t - I - jr JL f - 7f 1 J Heallh Health. THOMSONS Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naphtha. The only Certain Remedy for the rare of CONSUMPTION Asthma, Bronehitis, Spitting blood Pain in the side and breast, sore throat, oarseness, Pal pitation ol the heart, VVhooping-cough, Croup, Hives, Nervous trcniours. Aiver complaint, Diseased Kidneys, and Affections generally ol t!ie throat, breast, and lungs. Of all the diseases meident to our climate, none in so universal and at the name time so insidnou? , and fatal as Consumption. In IfcM coun'v cape. ' (tally, pulmonary Consumption is emphatically a 1 1 1 Igll. and in its resistless career sweeps over be land a a destroying Angol, laying low with ii lYeitw hand, the strongest and. fairest of or ace. rherte all efforts to arrest this dread di- tiM haVe proved vain, and all that seemed with ; mi our power, was at best the alleviation of suffer in, rendering smoother the certain passage lo the "nib. The proprietor, m offering tins prepare rt...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 29 March 1848

f YPSILANTI SENTINEL. YPSILANTI: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1848. WHOLE NO. 204. VOL. 4-NO. 48. f l From the Home Journal. Passages in the Life of a Refugee of the Revolution; OR, CRUISES OF AN OLD SAILOR. LOGGED FROM THE RECOLLECTIONS OF A LANDSMAN. CHAPTER IV. O, pity God, this miserable age ! "What stratagems, how fell, how butcherly, Krrotrcous, mutiuous, and unnatural, This deadlv quarrel daily doth beget! Shaks.3d' Part King Henry nr. Who's this? O God! it is my father's face. Whom iu this conflict, I unawares have kill'd. O heavy times, befitting such events! Idem. The next evening, as soon as the master was below, Talbot began: ''You know," said he, "my sentiments in regard to the disturbances which happend before your departure. These continued to increase; and better read in my litany than in discussions of abstract political rights, I still clung to the side of the king, so far as I could do, w ithout coming in conflict with my countrymen. The increasing fer ments gave me real ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 29 March 1848

) i 1 B Particulars of the raSNCH REVOLUTION. The following is the account of the -recent French Revolution as furnished to H'ilmcr A- bmutki Times, by their Fans Correspondent. After several letters in which be details the symptoms of the final catastrophe he writes: T-aris. Feb. 23d. After I kratdied my letters last evening, wonts of greater importance than had taken place up to post hour occurred. In several streets running into the Roe St. Denis and the Rue St. Martin, the people ertcied barricades, by tearing up the paving stones, seizing carts, omnibusscs,kc . Most f those barricades were soon carried bv the Municinal Guards nml troops; but at some of them severe engagements j took place, notwithstanding the people were si- i most eiltirplv ln:itnw.,l 'l'l. Mn.l... .1 ! m iro Bianri9) nil" nace ue la L oncorrie, the Fi hcc du Carrousel. the Boulevards the Rue St. Honorre, and an im mense number of other street and places were J ' nil, iiic " nuit; ui , ran was occupied, as if ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 29 March 1848

assa icau cotton, in the shape of twist. She sends that amount into Germany through the ports of Trieste and Hamburgh: but it is ali Ameri can cotton, grown here and converted into cot ton yarn in the factories of England. Why cannot we so convert it otirselvc-?"' For the best reason in the world that an American Congress, wider thu auspices of t lie Loco Foco party pass laws, the effbcts of which are direct encouragement to British capital and British manufactures. Further on, Mr. Inger soli says, that "SLAVE LABOR is the very best in the world for such a purpose." Mark this- It is because the slave labor of America is nearly as well paid as the pauper labor of Eu rope, that an attempt is made to argue South ern members of Congress into an idea of the capacity of this country to manufacture cotton twist upon the same advantageous terms as it is made in England. The great question for American Mechanics to answer is, whether they can live as Southern Staves lire, or as European paup...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 29 March 1848

BMBSP-WJi.". LJli'J !L Health lleallh. THOMSONS Compound Syrup ot Tar and Wood Naphtha. The only Certain Remedy for the cure of CONSUMPTION Asthma. Bronchitis, Spirting blood Tain in the ride and breat, sore throat, oarseness, Pul- pi'atiou ot the heart, Whooping-cough, Croup ivm. Nervous trov.ours. .iver complaint, . . . . , llimi.a.1 kiHnpvj. iH ArfiTliu.i.i "t.'itrj li'ul ' ' j . , - : the throat, breast, anil lun. Of all the diseas- o I leiderit to oor climate, nor I wlth the time required to attend to his practice, id so universal and at iho same time o insiduous j '-0 present ths he has made arrangements with and final as Consumption. In this count' v cspe- ji,e house of J. KIDD & Co. No GO Wood Sir' e fitHy, pulmonary Consumption is emphatically a i Pittsburgh. Pa-, to prepare and vrnd them, whe re scruerge, and in i'.s resistless career sweeps over ' ;ie genuine may he procured at all limes una in the land as a destroying Angol, laying fw with aMV reasonable quantity. rs...

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 April 1848

YPSILANTI SENTINEL. VOL. 4-NO. 49. YPSILANTI: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1848. WHOLE NO. 205. From the Home Journal. Passages in the Life of a Refugee of the Revolution : OR, CRUISES OF AN OLD SAILOR. LOGGSD FROM THE RECOLLECTIONS OK A LANDSMAN CHAPTER V. Morn slowly rolls the clouds away ; Few trophies of the fight are there t The shouts that shook the midnight bay Are silent; but some signs of fray That strands of strife may bear. Byron's Bride of Abyd'os, Canto II. , xxvi. This adventure gained me some reputation, but brought with it no comfort , I loathed the war, and all its concomitants. The thought that in defence of my own life, I might be com pelled to take that of some of my nearest rela tives and tormer friends, was poison to my mind. In fact, it. was soon known that the very man, "vhom I had shot through the body, was a cous in of my wife ; for whom I had always held a very sincere regard. Under this state of feel ings, I was offered the command of an armed Vessel, which the Co...

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 April 1848

Extract from a Speech of Mr. WEBVrER, OH THB TBI IMOUnT BILL, IN 8ENATK March 23. Ma. Wbbstbr. The gentleman said that his principal object was to "frighten" Mexico, and that that would he more humane than to barm Mexico. Mr Cass, in his seat J True. Mr. Webster. It is true? Very well, I tho't as much. Now, the remarkable characteristic of his speech which makes it so much a Mexi can speech is. that the gentkae spoke it in the hearing of Mexico as well as in the hear ing of the Senate. We have keen accused,sir, of being "Mexican Whigs" because what we say here is heard by Mexico, and Mexico de rives countenance and support from what is said here. But the honorable member comes forth and tells Mexico that his object is to frighten ber' His words have passed along the wires, they are on the Gulf, they are floating away to Vera Cruz; and when they get there, they will satisfy the Mexicans that, after all after all, "ye good Mexicans, our principal object is to frighten you!" And, to th...

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 April 1848

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. New York, March 29th. Jolts Jacob Astor the great capitalist of North America, died this morning, at his residence in this city, an an ad Tanccd age. St. Louis, March 29th. The steamer Lit tle Missouri was snagged and sunk last Satur day near Glasgow. She was a total loss. From Upper Missouri. Five men have ar rived fiom the falls ot Missouri. They left on the 8th of December last. The snow was dee per than it had been before for twenty years. They had travelled all the way on foot. For five days they weae without food. They were relieved by the mormons at council bluff. The mormons were to start for California on the fiost of May. The Assinaboin Indians robbed the party at Yellow-stone Rive r. The Sionx will march against the Pawnees soon. LATER FROM MEXICO. We copy the following from the New Or leans Delta of the 18th. The U. S. brig Mary Jane, Capt. Hussey, arrived an Friday from Tampico, bringing in telligence from the city of Mexico to the 24th ult. The Mon...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 5 April 1848

Health Health. THOMSONS Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naphtha. The only Certain Remedy for the cre of CONSUMPTION Asthma, Bronelutis, Spitting blood, Pain in the side and breast, sore throat, foarseness. Pal- j piiation ot the heart, Whooping-cough, Croup, Hives, Nervous tremours. Z-iver complaint, Diseased Kidneys, and Affections generally of the throat, breast, and lungs. Of all the diseases meident to oar climate, now: is so universal and at the same time so insiduous and fatal as Consumption. In this county cspe. eially, pulmonary Consumption is emphatically a scruarge, and in its resistless career sweeps over the land as a destroying Angol, laying low with relentless Land, the strongest and fairest of our race, itherte all efforts to arrest this dread di sease have pioved vain, and all that seemed with in our power, was at best the alleviation of suffer ing, rendering smoother the certain passage to the tomb. The proprietor, in offering this prepara tion to the public, wo-Id e...

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 April 1848

YPSILANTI SENTINEL VOL. 4 NO. 50. YPSILANTI: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1848. WHOLE NO. 206 From the Home Journal. Passages in the Life of a Refbgeo of the Revolution ; OR, CRUISES OF AN OLD SAILOR. LOGGED f " 1 ' '! THE RICOLLECTIOS9 OF A LA.VD3MA. CHAPTER VII. Th wary knight his present vantage felt, And knew, ere long, his wounded foe must feel The loss of blood: As the fierce Tartar dealt His thundering stroke, still plies defensive steel. Another thrust, beneath the Tartar's belt, Still deeper dy'ed, compels the warrior reel : And fainter rung his falchion as it fell, While from his wounded side the blood did well. Fll !,. t-,.r,... ",.!,, ,.r ,.f Ihp !,-iMln-M-ir!P The watchful peer still wards the well-aimed blow, And, with calm eye, his tott'ring foe survey 'a. Another warded stroke descerded low, And, all unguarded the gor'd throat display 'd : A furious back-stroke, drawn w ith mighty main, Sevr'd the Tartar's neck and cast him on the plain. Orlando Inamorato, Book I 'll "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. — 12 April 1848

returning from the chase, we began to question Kim concerning his miraculous escape. "Gen tlemen," said he, " its all owing to that glori ous horse, Capt. Copp, who is ihe greatest an imal hvtng. It took him to t ke me through the dangers of this day. The infernal villain!! poured in upon me from all quarters there was rne behind every tree ready to intercept me : and then their outrageous yells and whoop ing they ring in my ears yet. I lost my hat an I wig in the strife, for at onetime there wore about dozen in the wagon enJi lvoring to sc Ji) me ; but knocking over five of (be fare most of the ruthless vilains, and laying the whip bold ly on old Copp, managed to get out of their infernal clutches and am still alive." Some days after this adventure, one of our co npanv asked John bow many Indians he sup posed ibere were in pursuit of him. " I cannot he Certain," replied he, "1 had but little time to think of counting them at the time : but by a calculation I have made siic, I think...

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 April 1848

v MARRIED: In this village on the 9th inst , hy the Rev. Mr. Moore, Mr. GEO. C. COLLINS, to Mrs. NANCY BALLARD, both of this village. In '.his village on the 9th iast., by C. H. Van rleve, Esq., Mr. Charles W. Jewett, to Miss Lydia Ann Knickkrbacker, all of this place. DIED. On the 11th inst. at his residence in the city of Detroit, BItADLY B. DAVIS, ( formerly of this villacrp,) aged 50 years and 3 months. Ypsilanti Market. April 12, 1847. 90 to 92 cts 38 38 l,C0to 1,25 22 to 25 25 tc 31 75 50 75 to $1,00 $1,25 to 1,50 12 to 14 "7 to 9 6 to 7 8 to 10 25 5 tn 6 $2,50 to 3,00 $3,00 to 7,00 22 to 25 8 $l,C0tol.25 Wheat, Com, pr bushel Rye, White Beans Oats, Potatoes. Flax Seed Onions, Apples, (Green i Apples (Dried) Butter, per lb. Cheese, Lard, Tallow, Bees Wax, Chickens, Beef, pr cut. Hay, pr ton Whiskey per gal. Eggs, per doz. Wood, pr cord YPSILANTI SENTINEL. PVB1.1SI1KO KVKRY WEDNESDAY AT YPSlt ANTI. WASHTENAW CO. MICH. BY CHARLES WOODRUFF. TERMS. l.50C;.sh in advance and )ft'2.0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 12 April 1848

Wealth Health. THOMSONS Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naphtha. The only Certain Remedy for the cure of CONSUMPTION Asthme. Bronchitis, Spitting blood. Pain in the side and breast, sore throat, oarseness. Pal- i riration o the heart, Wnoopif.scough, Cronp, I fliv. Nrvm. tumours, .iver comnlaint.- ! Diseased Kidneys, and Affections generally of the throat, breast, and lungs. Of all the diseases incident to our climate, nr.na is so universal and at the same time so insiduous and fatal as Consumption! In this emm'-v cspe cially, pulmonary Consumption is emphatically n ecrutrrgc, and in its resistless career sweeps over the land as a destroying Angol, laying low with re lentless Land, the strongest and fairest of or race. if"herte all effortato arrest this dread di- tease nave ptovea va n. anu an nal seemeu w,u. , in our power, was at. nest tne aiieviai.on ot suuer , ing, rendering smoother the certain passage to tno tomb. The proprietor, in offering this prepara tion to the public, woi...

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