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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 May 1844

J 'CU7. TOOT JlJilildo 1 'o'cK LIBERTY AND HAPPINESS. AS A XATION ARK IN OUR OWN KEEPING, IF THEY ABB EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL EE OS THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT. AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY OCR OWN HARPS, A" VOIL, . -TllE- 1 YPSILANTI SENTINEL: 1 W;ll be published ever? Thursday oy t:'" JOHN VAX FOSSEN. ' ;O.Sce over C, Stack's Stere,' three doors West of the Tost Office. ' -' ' L - Titii Two Dollars a year if paid in ad Vance, or Two Dollars and Fiftr Cents if sot c2il!a advance.. ... 7 : . Advertising oa the asul terms of. weekly ' papers. , . r . POETRY. r , " Fur the Ypsilami Scutinel. ' SOS'S. ' TcsS "Long, Long ago?, , MATTY'S LAMEST. s - To be swnj after Eleclioa. fm I remembf t tlie rjde that I took, Four years ago, lour y?ars ago. Vhea from the Wui:o House" I rode to '.tbc.IW. ( Four yera ago, X.Hir years ago. T" losi sneTi a silary wis rief to my heart, . Bat tho Coou" s'uow'J his head and I had to star:. To tend to my cabbsgc md drive round tsy crrt li; ': F...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 May 1844

PRENTICIANA. Tho Ohio Statesman complain that the Whigs, in returning from n late meet ing frightened sever! horses."' .We judge from the tone of the' editor aod his friends, that the jickasses were more frigbteued tbau the house. At a late glorious Whig gathering in - -Hartford. few Locofoco undertook to disperse the multitude by raising a crv kt "fire." - It was not a false alarm, for - there was a tremendous fire, -butit- burn -cdouly o the be. ris aod unuls of the as L 1 1 Xtf rm-. .siuuicu hi? pmruAs. jnerewaano nerd of colling nut the ri.giues, fruch "a flame could not be queuciltd by all th alirsof the gn-at d'-p. 1 , --3 ' A gentlcuuii in SIi-lby cou aty fell des- feralely in love, th .pthcr day, . with a .. At first sight, and attempted to kiss her, whereupon he knocked him down. . He was smitten first with her, and then by her. e ':' The N. Y. Plebeian says that the l Wbiga arc destined te be cevoured bndi. Iy by the Democrats in less than six f..-noutbf. :WeII, if such be...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 May 1844

S '-i . THE EXPOSITOR. . fc ,"' Amos Kendal), in the expositor of the IMh Jnsl., inquires, wnat wouia me nig party Ibink of him if be should unfurl the banner of the Cross as a party sign T The editor may rest satisfied lhat the -Whigs would think none the worse of him. He 'has already earned 'and received the crown of blasphemy, .' by the publication of his M Providential D ispensatjons," and si if the star of his fortunes had deter. mined inai running anouiu do warning 10 .f . t. . i lit . complete his infumv, thi? honor has been awarded him by his own party. M r. K. has long enjoyed the reputation of being mong the most corrupt, vindictive, un- oals of totyism or toadyism can furnish ; and if there be any higher or lower nich es in the Temple of Infamy to which he has not attained, any deeper or blacker guilt from which he has withheld his hand, we may safely conclude that his ambition for 6uch honors has only been restrained by tho inborn poltroonery of his nature, which would c...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 9 May 1844

T - - U FAMLIE3& INVALIDS.1 T following indispensable family reine tles nuir be found at the village dm; stores, 4 won at every country store in the state. Remember and never pet them unless they aaTC-Uie fac-siinile signature of cn the wrappers, as ail others by the so (m names axe base impositions and counter. Xcirs. If the merchant nearest you has - them nor, urge" him to procure them ; (he next time he visits New York, or to write for them. Jfo family should be week without these remedies BALM OF C OLU M B I A, FOR THE HAIR, iuch wi ! stop it if failing out, or restore it on bald places; and! on children make it grow rapidly, or on those who have lost the hair from any cause.' ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of children h schools, are prevented or killed by it at once. Find the name of -rpfet it, or never try it Remember this always. RHEUMATISM, and1 jttsitively cured, and all shrivelled muscles and limbs are restored, in the old or young, by the Indus V'tsmM Elixir akd Ner...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 May 1844

Ao Ult LIBERT AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARK H OUK OWN KEEPING, IF TflKY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL EE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY I I'R OW N IXANPS. VOL I. YPSILANTI, (MJCH) THURSDAY MAY 16, 1844 NO. 22. ; THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. t Will be published every Thursday by JOHN VAN FOSSCN. -Office orer C, Stock's Store, three doors - vvest of the Post Office, - Tsrms Two Dollars a year if paid in ad . vance, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid in advance. ' . Advertising on the usual terms of weekly papers. - " ' POETIIY For the Ypsilami Sentinel. SONG. Tvxz "Sparllingvfidhrirkt ' KZafly and bright, as the soon day ligiit. Oar si w of hops is ruing ; . from fui ana ner, the shoot we hear. For Clay and Frrtinghuyaen. From great and small, wa hear the call. With hope and xeal sarprisin? ; , ' So clear the war for Henry Clay, And Patriot Frclinghoysen. The Locos wail, wi:h faces pale. About those golden dishes . -And roar like hail, with...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 May 1844

si Jo rid the weakest pari of ihcconilder acy 7 If my information be -correct, it would no'. According to thet, the terri- !ory of Texas is susceptible of a division into -five States, of-convenient size and form. Of these,' l wo only would be a--d.iptcd to those .peculiar iustitu ijns to which -I huvo r.T.rrnl, ui:d the olhei three, Ijifg'wcst and north f San An'.o. uio, 'bcii'g ou'v adapted to firming and 'gruzirg purposes, fom ihe nature of tin if 8o;', cl mate, and r ductions, would not adoiit oi th-iso iifjtit iti'ti. In the end, therefore, there w u!d b tw slave, and T.hn e ffee Spates probably added to the Union. If lli is view of the soil and geo. ' graphy of Texas be correct, it nvght serve to diminish the zeal both of those who op 'po.;e, and those who are urging annexa tion. ,, Should Texasbe annexed to (he Un ion, the United States will assume and '-become rcspons.ble for the debt of Texas, be its amount what it may. What it is, 3 do know-certainly ; but the least I have...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 May 1844

Washington: May 2d, mil Gentlemen.-1-! h ive the tioiior t' ac ikuuwicvg iuq receipt 01 your ieiler, dated yesterday at Ualtimort-, commuin . ing "my nomination by the National Whig Convention there assembled, to the people of the United States. Confidently be lieving that the nomination is in conform- -..j ...... ucjun vi it majority oi me people of tho U. States. I accent it from ,nv ni h ihn ri...... . r .... a hih sense 'of d'Wv, mid with feelings of . profound graiitude. I request you, gen tlemen, in announcing to the Convention mw apppni-inna ..C !. . .' ... ,vK,uv, IM ma liuuiiniiooii, . iu ex press the very great satisfaction I derive from the unanimity with w hich it has been made. I have the honor to be. . with tho highest respect, faithfully, your ' II. CLAY. Messrs. John McPherson Berrien, Ems- lus Hoot, J. Burnett, Wm. S. Archer. and Ablut Lawrence, Scc. Daniel Webster was loudly called for, and rose and delivered a speech, which . seemed to us, w ho are farnWiar with h...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 16 May 1844

------ Ffi FAMILIES & INVALIDS. Tie following indispensable family rerae i ntr be found at the villa; 4ntg stores, n soon at every country store is the state. Itetnember and never gat them naless they hart the fac-simile sisaatare of 77vUk&yG the wrappers, as iR others by t!e same names are base impositions and counter, kite. If the merchant nearest jrou has them not, urge him to procure them the next rime be visits New York, or to write for them. Ne family should be a week without these remedies BALM OF COLUMBIA, FOR THE HAIR, which will stop it if falling out, or restore it on bald liaces ; and on children make it grow rapidly, or on hose who hare lost the hair from any cause. ALL VERMIN that infest the hesds of children i schools, are prevented or killed by it at once. Tind the '(faZ&rfK on it, or never try it Remember this always. RHEUMATISM, and positively cared, end all shrivelled muscle and limbs are restored, in the old or young, by the Iadias Vesetabls Elixir ax...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 23 May 1844

j f -. i- 1 1.1 OUR LIBERTY AND HAPPINESS At A JfATION ABB IN otR OWK KEEPING, Vf fftsV ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL EE OX THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DRstGNlNU AMBITION AMI BY tVR OWN HANDS. MfegBHW VOL I. YPSILANTI, (MICH.) THURSDAY. MAY 23, 1844 NO. 23. mpmJhAEm Tll . YPSILANTI SENTINEL. WII be published ever Thursday by ' , JO IN VAN FOS3EN. r O.Uce over C, Stack's Store, three doors west of the Tost Office. Tkk3 Two Dollars a year if paid in ad Vance, or Two Dollars and Fiftv Cents if not aid in advance, v Ad vertising on the usual terms of weekly apers. ' For the Ypsilanti Sentinel. Memories of early years. BY MRS. LOIS B. ADAMS. f(Pe2icated to the companions of my childhood) ,Litg -yea re -trove pissed since silence flung , ' ller dreamy ffpfell ber forests green, Wbere through. it wide and winding Tale The Huron's silver waves are seen. Long years of change, and joy and grief. Of ceaseless toil, and care ind pain ; .And art has vainly strove to bring ' Its p...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 23 May 1844

believe will arrive, when the pcoplo of the whole country shall ratiiy the nomi nations jut made by their representa tives, Tremendous rfpplause. : But more particularly what are tee to 4o7 It has ever been my aim, if I could t aderess myself on pub ic occ asions to the promotion of some particular good purpose ; ami it ihe time nas ever exis ted when I a supposed' to speak but for this, I trust it has cone by. I wish tomike my system of thought and of ac tion conducive lo the go-at pub'ic go id, and, so fur a i t me lie, I tha!I always ts ideavor so : i'o. Ai d I hope the few inre remarks, ol a practicnl nature, which 1 hope to off r, will not be consid ered as opposed to this spirit. Our candidate are before us. The principles of our contending oarsties are well known to the people, and it remains for the beople, and more pariieularly for the young men the active, and intelligent young men of the country to take their part iu the work that is to be done. There are two agencies to ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 23 May 1844

Important from Washington. The Nationul Intelligencer of Thursday con. tains the following startling intelligence in the form of a postscript : Late last evening, after an Executive session of several hours, the Senate re moved the injunction of secresy from the treity, and documents accompanying it, for, the annexation of Texas. We have not, of course, had any opportunity of ex. amining these papers, but we learn orally that, liy a communication from the Presi dent yesterday, the Senate was informed that he had ordered a military force to re pair to the frontier of Texas, to open a communication with the Piesident of thai Republic and act as circumstances might . require ; and had also ordered a naval force to Vera Cruz to remain offtliat port, and prevent any naval expedition of Mex ico, if nny such should be attempted, from proceeding against Texas ANflTHKft f:iIM PHOU Til IT c hip nrn rriAVi VIRGINIA ALL KIGHT. It is settled :hal the recent election in Virginia has gone for 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. — 23 May 1844

nza I . Families & invalids: 1e following in dispensable family reme dies mny he found at the Tillage drasr stores, and sooo at every country store in the state. Jtemeraber and never get them unless they have the facsimile signature of 7J7?i4&&1jE on the wrappers, as all others iy ihe same names are base impositions and counter. foils. If the' merchant nearest you has them not, urge him to procure tbem ' tlw nxt time be visits New York, or to write for them. Y family should be a week without these remedies BALM OF COLUMBIA.FOR THE HAIR, uich will stop it if falling out, or restore it on bald f laces ; and on children make it grow rapidly, or on those who have lost the hair from any cause. ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of children in schools, are prevented or killed by it at once. Remember this always. . . TROSPFXTUS J. OF THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. . In 8oiiri;m ih nitrnnaoe of the public for I ilia nrn...nA .... I it laA.m ti that Dub. r i iv:: : : zz. : r. rood, & ...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 June 1844

ri' J it , j's OC It"1 LIBERTY ASD 1IAPPKSE53 AS A NATION ARE IN OCX OWN KEEPING, IF THEY ABE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, 'AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY OUR OWN HANDS. . II VOL I. THE . . r.mrT m r YjTiSlLAil 11 X;iViiiTl!A.,w, repcairuuw iuauii3, uu gve ni WMI he Pnb!;s,edever Thursday by , reason, to wit : Because it took from JOHN VAN FOSSCN. ' wanin van curen me last aoiiar ot oor-; spontaneously convened, ihe news re-1 the tarin must fluctuate, up or aown, as Olce orerC, S ock's S.orc, ihice coors rowed capital, which he bad left, to do ceived with enthusiasm, speeches made, I the land sales increased or decreased ; west of the Vom OSlcc, j political business on. He said Van Bu-' resbltions passed, their organization and j keeping the manufacturing and all other .Tit: Two PoIIars a year if pud in a j reQ dnimned on lh3 dead blde of j diaci ,ilie reviewfed and perfected, when- interests of the country constantly flucta VJJce. or TwoDrs...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 June 1844

mm remedy lr it ?' We have u similar statement from St Joseph county, and if the account we have received arc cor- sect, we fear. aid feci, warranted in as serting, ihm the wheat cr p of Michigan will this 'car be unusually light.'' - THE SENTINEL JOHN TAN F 8 B E N. KDIfUX Yf.-IMNTl, THURSDAY, JL'Nt: 7, If4t Democratic Whig Nominations . FOR PRESIDENT i HENRY CLAY. 07 KENtCCKV. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ' THEO. I'll EL! X G H U YS EN, OF SEW JERSET. THE POINT WHERE EX TREM ES MEET. If we had ever si much doubled the truth of the sayiag, ;hal there is but one step between the sublime and the ridicu lous," the proceeding of the late Loco foco convention at Baltimore, would have put an end lo our doubts, and satisfied u as we believe it will,. every ri fleeting citizen of the count ry, of the entire cor ecmess of the pn.verh. After maticeuvering for two years to gel up a convention, professedly for the purpose of representing and coi. centra, ting the will of the party, but in reality for t...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 June 1844

A Rf.vinicxncv of 1840. -Th Marshall S'atrsmnii republishes the f ! " lowing extract from the lorofoco pnprr of lhl place tnihlished in 181Q. It seems lh editor wa cotitr.siiii Henry Clav with General Harrison State Jouruah 1 the electron of such man a Hen- ;fy C!av, the country would have heen honored, and, lli'iiijih not tin candidate of our choice, even tre should havH fell a j ful pride, that talents like his could appreciated and rewarded, and that front ws like, his could preside? as chief ninjjis . tratw nrer ih 1 free institutions of America. Ala! Alas! Hyperioi. to a Satyr.rt Ovr the fate of such n man, Dotnor. ' racy herself weeps. H w once the child of her adoption, and, though tearing ' himself from her protecting arms she . could stdl hare sr-en him triumph ttith na Jear for her country. His lriunih uomd not linvebxeii the triumph of deception and fraud." Such w is the Marshall E.t;orj idpr opinion of HknRY Ci.r in 1840 Gen. H&rrisnn was then the dimis monger to fri...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 6 June 1844

h FAMILIES & INVALIDS. : : - Tie following indispensable family reme dies may be fonnd at the village drag stores, and soon at every country store ia the state. Remember and never get' them unless they have the foe-simile signature of s(i7vU!ktfC')L on the wrappers, as an others ty the same names are base impositions and counter, feits. If the merchant nearest you has them not, urge him to procure them the next time he visits New York, or to write for them. No family should be a week without these remedies BALM OF COLUMBIA, FOR THE HAIR, which will stop it if falling out, or restore it on bald places ; and on children make it grow rapidly, or on those who hare lost the hair from any cause. ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of children ki schools, are prevented or killed by it at once. Find the name of fJtTCO k, or never try it. Remember this always. RHEUMATISM, end positively cured, and aU shrivelled muscles and limbs are restored, in the old or young, by the Ikdias Vegetable Eli...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 June 1844

mpmm 3 idl0 OCK LIBERTY AN nAllNESS AS A NATION ARK IN OCR OWN KEEPING, IF Til BY ARK KVER SACRIFICED IT WILL EE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY 8PIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNINO AMBITION AND BY OUR OWN HANDS. VOL I. rP&ibANTI, (tfiCH) THURSDAY JUNE 13, 1811 NO. 26. THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. "' W1I be published every Thursday by JOHN VAN FOSSEN. Office over C, Stack's Store, three doors west of the Post Office, Tim-Two Dollars a year if paid in ad Vance, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid in advance ;.- Advertising on the usraal terras of weekly papers. 1 ' ' From the NationaHutelligencer. THE -DEMOCRATIC NOMINA TIONS. Weill, oar " Democratic" friends in Contention at Baltimore have succeeded, et last in nominating, as their candidate for the Presidency, the Hon. James K Polk, of Tennessee, a gentleman whose name has never before been mention" ed, as far as we have heard, in connec tion with the first office in the govern- men, though it has been" understood that he was to be nom...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 June 1844

"COL. J. K. POLK and the TARIFF. 7o the Hon. James Ircin, rf Pennsyl vania . ; I Sis: Upon (he announcement of James K. Polk o.i )tU-day as the notnrnco of the Baltimore Convention for President, Xvliicli cpially ustoiiished Whig and Lj. cos, you injiriritirlv nked, What are Jiis vpinrorts on the Tariff V'-, Accoiding 10 llie promise then given, i proceed to make l he ii q"iry. Mr. PIk is, and claifii.i o be, h coiisistaitt opponent -of a Pmtuciive Taiiir:.hs alvoced the principle of Free Trade. subsUi.tntlly ; in 1S33 whs for restoring he Tariff t.j the Yatti prescribed by the Tariff of 1816 ; ikJ has been a 'bitter re viler of (he Whig Tartff of 1812; is for its repeat; ai.d it in favor of returning to the horizontal 20 per cent, rates of duty which prevailed at i the tune of the passage of the Taiiff of 1S42- rvIn the session of 1832-'33, Mr. P.Ik was a nieiiiber of the committee of Ways and Means, which reported a bill (which Iid not pas) greatly reducing the dutiex below those ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 June 1844

vTTt)IX SALE, the premises now occupied "W by Elder Crane, on tha corner, of Con. E res and River streets,' consisting of a large two story dwelling hoase, wood-hodse and a good bam, with other cut buildings, the best well of water in this Village, a good garden containing aorne fruit trees and shrubery and -a fin bed of asparagras. 'Terms liberal.' ' A!so Tor sale, a good Horse and Busgy. SAMUEL MURDOCK. 'Ypsilanti. May 30, 1844. -TOTTORTGAGE SALE. Default having :; JLTJ1 been made in the payment of a certain sum of money secured by mortgage, bearing date the thirteenth day of January, eighteen hundred and forty, executed by Allen 1uck nd Amanda Duck his wife to Elijah Grant on the following land, to wit, siutate in Ypsilan ti and beginning one rod south of the south east corner of village lot number one hundred and thirty four, now owned by Levi J. Hull, running thence south six rods, from thence west nine rods from thence north six rods and from thence east nine rods to the place...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 13 June 1844

, t FAMILIES & IN VALIDS. '"lie following indispensable family reme dies mar be found at the Tillage drug stores, And soon at everr country store in the state. Kemembcr and never get them unless they hare the fac-simile signatare of '(n-i: on the wrappers, as all others ay the same names are base impositions and couuter. feits. If the merchant nearest you has them not, urge him to procure them the ntxt time he visits New York, or to write for "them. No family should be a week without these romedie BALM OFCOLUMBIA.FOR THE HAIR. which will stop it if falling out, or restore it on bald places ; and on children make it grow rapidly, or on those who have lost the hair from any cause. ' ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of children in schools, are prevented or killed by it at once. Find the name t, or never try it Remember this always. ; RHEUMATISM, end isMlsWrd positively cured, and all shrivelled muscle and limbs are restored, in the old or young, by the Indian VmitaBli Elixir and Ne...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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