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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 June 1844

: . . ,s . '.-; - - . ' ' , . . - - - tfegL". ' 'iina1 aMMBMBMaaMseMraaaa .. .. J. OCR LIBERTY AlfB HAPPWKSS AS A NATION ARE IN OUR OWK KEEPING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE AtTAR OF TARTY SPIRlt, AT THE INSTANCE OF PEs'lQNO AMBITION AND BY OCR OWN HANDS. VOL I. THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. ' " WUI be 'published every Thursday by ' . JOHN VAN FOSSEN. J,OSBee over C, Staxk'a Store, three doora 'west of the Post Office, V Ttaais Two Dollars a year if paid in ad Vance, or Two Dallats and Tift? Centa if not !paid in adrance, j v Advertising o the usual terms of weekly papers. : From the New York Herald. m On looking back for a few years, it will be recollected that, daring the Pre S'dency of James Monroe, the old land f marks and divisions which separated par lies were removed and broken down by the number of candidates who entered in to the field in the contest that succeeded him- The old Jefferson dynasty was broken to pieces', and for a brief space of time thero was, what...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 June 1844

the sehtjhel:.. johw Ti.t rossE.x, xirpt.f YPSILANT i7thU0AV, JUNE&); 1844 Democratic YVhi: Nominations FOR PRESIDENT: ' !rb5 rcii r resident, -"TO Et;-f KELINGHU YSEN, ' f-TO rRE VIliGS OF MICHIGAN" ! ! ! .'lAl a Urge and enthusiastic gathering pf the Cly Club ot'Marshail, ou Monday evening iho 10th inst. a commute" of tveuiy wis appoint. jed;forrtho purpose of making' ihd necessary .preparation ana arrangements fcr the recepUon 01 onr vviusj iriencJsrwhf roay-nttMid the State Contention, to Ke '-held in this place en the lourtn 01 July next. ..The arrangements have notyet beeiffully completed but the committee assure their friendj throughout the S' ate," that the Whigs of Mjrshall and vioiiu'iy twif ex tend to ".hem their hospitalities with a cordial w!com. -Th CJiy Cub Uonse will bo the place ( reception.. Notice of iuither airabge ment will be published in due season. m ' JOKPn ?IIEDSE Y,Vhairmin: fecrraeV from a sprech delivered by Mr. Polkyto the people hi Madison and the ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 June 1844

mm! At Ci I 1 . ,., k Mr SoLoiid$'fcVYAftKiiX, in ihe 69ih year In this bereavement, his friends and i relatives have met. with an irreparable , icws. tiaiea a9 tie hod lived, a devoted .;: : ao ana ",s dependence upon his "SaVlyar and . bis perfect rcsignaiioit to rf Ilia ifrfll, will ever, afford consolatiou to hit surviving relatives and friends. . . ,t . " ; Thou art gone to the tomb, we no long , - er behold thee ; ' " ' Kor tread tha rough path ol tW' 'world -'- l by thy side ; - . -i- lie gave thee and took thee, and soon ! will restore thee,' ' 1 ' L ; -llle grave cannot hold thee, Tor Jesus ... hath died. . , NOTICE.-Tho Committee appointed on July 4 ib, 1843, have made arrange, merits for a Sabbath school celebration of the ensuing lourth of July. The Superintendents, .Teachers, and Scholars, of all the Sabbath Schools in the vicinity, are respectfully invi. ' ted to meet at the Methodist Cirtirch in tbfs place, at half past 9 o'clock, A. M: where a general address may be ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 20 June 1844

n families & invalids; Te' following indispensable Family reine fiw may be found at the Tillage drugstores,. !! soon at every country store ia the state. iVmember and never get them unless they n.ave the fae-simile signature of &v4&tycrij& on the wrappers, as all others the same names are base impositions and counter, .lens. If the merchant nearest you bas them not, -arge him to procure them the xr time be visits New York, or to write for them. -.Ya family should be m week without these remedies BALM OF COLUMBIAiFOR THE HAIR, which' will stop it if falling out, or restore it on bald ij-hces; and on children make it grow rapidly, or on -.iuise who have lost the hair from any cause. - ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of children ii schools, are prevented or killed by it at once. rwidMmi cJ on or never try it. JUmember this always. "RHEUMATISM, and positively cured, and mil shrivelled muscles and limbs rcc restored," in the old or young, by the Imdias 6BXAStx Euxia akd ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 June 1844

s . -. . . OUR LIBERTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IN OUR OWN KEEPING, IF TIIEY ARE EVER, SACRIFICED IT WILL EE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY' SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNINO AMBITION AND BY CUR OIVN HANDS. VOL I. YPSILANTI, (MICH.) THURSDAY JUNE 27, 1811. NO. 28. THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Wll be published every inursaaj oy JOHN VAN FOSSEN. Office over C, Stock's Store, ihree doors 'west of the Post Office, Tasts Two Dollars a year if paid in ad ranee, or Two Dollars and Fifiv Cents if not .paid in advance, Adrertising on the usual terms of weekly papers. POETRY. For the Ypsilanti Sentinel. SOXG. With Folk and Dallas now to fight, We call on all who cherish right, To lend their aid this day ; Arouse and let your country see. That patriots, sages, and the free, Will rote for Henry Clay. Although our toils were lost before, We call on every whig once more To join the general rising ; .From East to West, from South to North, Come show your love for patriot worth, And vote for Freliryjhuys...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 June 1844

scribe to you understanding the dangers to w hich.wiih reference to its topography and the means of annoyance which may be employed against us, that prolonged frontier wou'd be exposed. Nofthin Could be mure imposing nothing could be bettrr adapted to its object, than the extraordinary and m?gificpnt plan of in terior communications which the British Government is fast hastening to its com pletion. At Loudon, which is ott the Thame?, about one hundred miles east from Detroit, they appear now to have Iheir great military depot ; it. seems to be a local point of concentration for their military force. From London, less, I be lieve, than one hundred miles still further east, to Lake Ontario, a great macada mized, or flank road is being finished. From London westerly three great roads are being extended : one coming in at Maiden ; one at Windsor, opposite the city of Detroit ; and one, as I have said, to Port Sawney, on the straits of St. Clair, about seventy miles above Detroit. Of the...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 June 1844

c3 LATE FROM EUROPE. BY THE STEAMsniP ACADIA. The steamship Acadia arrived at Bos ton on the 19ih instant, having led Liver, pool on the 4th. She had 75 passengers. Cotton is rather lower and dull, though firmer at the last. Daniel O'Conrrell and his compatriots have been sentenced to fine and imprisonment. The Court over ruled their motion for a new trial. The following is from Willmer ds Smith's Eu ropean Times : SENTENCE ON THE TRAVERSERS. Daniel O'Connell. To be imprisoned for twelve calendar month; to pay a fine of 2,000 and to enter into securities to keep the peace for seven vears himself iu 5,000. and two sureties of 2.500 each. " what ho aint ; but after all he hr.s omit John O'Connell, John Gray, T. Steele. J ted an important fact connected with R. Barret, C. G. Dwjy, and T. M. Ray. j Young Hickory's" pedigree, which we To be imprisoned nine ca'endar muths; think more apropos than those which he to pay a fino cf -50, and to enter into se- has recounted. He says that Mr. Po...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 June 1844

Is FAMILIES & INVALIDS. . , Te fol lowing indispensable family reme dies may be fonnd at the Tillage drugstores, nd soon at every country store in the state. Itemember and never get them unless they have the fuosimile signature of "Hcfja on the wrappers, as all others toy the same names are base impositions and counter feits. If die merchant nearest you has them not, urge him to procure them the next time he visits New York, or to write for them. JVi family should be a week without these remediet BALM OF COLUMBIA, FOR THE HAIR, which will stop it if falling out, or restore it on bald places ; and on children make it grew 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 of 'foCerftffiQ on it, or never try it. Remember this always. RHEUMATISM, and positively cured, and all shrivelled muscles and limbs are restored, in the old or young, by the Lidias Vegetable El...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 July 1844

mpsnn '"I OUR LIBERTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IN OCR OWN KEEPING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY OCR OWN HANP8. VOL I. YP3ILANTI, (MICH.) THURSDAY JULY 4, 1844. NO. 29. THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. .' r WHI be published everj Thursday by JOHN VAN FOSSEN. - Office OTer C, Stack's Store, three doors west of the Post Othce, . Tkm3 Two Dollars a year if paid in ad Tance, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid in advance, jt Advertising on the usual terms of weekly papers. POETRY. From the Whig Standard. ANNEXATION WAR SONG ; OR TYLF.R TnCNDF.R. Tcne Ya nnkee Doodle. Com one. come all ! sound drum and fife The loud tin trumpet blowin ; . For Texas, plunder, and all that. Oar martial band is goin. Who cares for what the world may ssy 7 ' lorn Tyler says we're right, sirs ; We'll crab the lands of Mexico, Or else we'll have a fiijht, sirs. Then shoulder muskets, one and all. Hurrah i for war and plnnder...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 July 1844

article in relaliou to the course and .ob J, Jects of the "Liber,y Party," as follows: " We have now briefly examine the -means, so far as we have ueen able to dis cover fhem, by which the Liberty jpattly aims to abolish tlavcry. . For the reasons given, we do not believe the. means can accomplish th a ims. . One . word as to the measures of the Liberty Party. We predicted in the columnaonhe Colored American, rome years ago, that this po. litical party would fail, as a political par - ty, to abolish slavery. Our reason then was, and now is, that iha party must fail to aboiUh slavery, because khas changed the issue has forsaken antNslavery, and 3opted for slf. The party aims at not the abolition of slavery butthe posses.' : sjon of office, as its primal y object ; aboli tion is tecondary, and is rapidly becom ing a tertiary object with them. Office, -being the primary object, necessarily ab sorbed their greatest labor, and what pre vents them, from gcltinz into ffee, is the immediate...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 4 July 1844

9 w BRASS FOUNDRY ' ' : '' . a v r . - ; ' A xv u ...... General Job Ac Machine Shop. or the repairing of old, They will endeavor to Reep on hand, a Variety of Sash and BlincJs or win make to order, on the shorten nofirV ! 1 hey also make J. D. Coffins irnDroved naten, WASHING MACHINES, . which are in great demand ; Deer and Order Tunipi on an improved principle-; Soda Fountain Brass Casting for machinery and other pur poses ; with nearly every variety of articles in that lit e. Pattern's maile, and Thres'hmg Ma chines repaired, and most kinds of Job work done at their new swop On Washrngtei "street, Opposite the Livery Stable in Ypsflunfi. Old Brass, Copper and Pewter wanted ; also "a man who understands 'moulding and brass forking. Ypsilanti, July i, 181-1. n20 tf ! GUARDIAN'S SALE. 1 TATE or Micfcln a, ) . , Y? Washtenaw Ctif.:v. " . By virtue of a licence issued by llie lion. Judge of Probate of tiie county of Washtenaw, on the eiht day of June insrant, I shall cause , to be fol...

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

"Ax. 6 BTAMILIES & INVALIDS. VT5e following indispensable family reme dies may be found at the Tillage drag stores, mid soon at every country store ia the state, liemrmber and never get them unless they have the faosimile signature of S on the wrappers, as all others ey the same names are base impositions and counter, fci a. If the merchant nearest you has them nor, tuge him to procure them the next time bo visits New York, or to write for them. No family should be c week without then remedies CALM OF COLUMBIA.FOR THE HAIR, which wiU stop it if falling out, or restore it on bald places; , and on children make it grew 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- Hud the nam. jfofajfetfco it, or never try it. Remember this alwayt. on : ; - .- - PROSPECTUS - MV - - or,TW v- V YPSILANTI SENTINEL. In soliciting the patronage of the public for ihe proposed publication, it is d...

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 July 1844

OUR LIBERTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IN OUR OWN KEEPING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY CUR OWN HAND. VOLUME I. YPSILANTI, (MICH.) THURSDAY JULY 25, 1844. NUMBER 32. THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL, Will be published every Thursday by .... JOHN VAN FOSSEN. Office over C, Stack's Store, ihree doors west of the Post Office, T ijcs Two Dollars a year if paid. in ad vanee, or 1 wo Dollars ana fifty Oents it not paid in adrance. Advertising on the usual terms of weekly papers. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MORSE & REXFORD, P hyticians and Surgeons, HCKOS ST. TPSIL1NTI. R. V. ASHLEY, Surgeon Dentist center of Washington and Michigan sts. V. A. BUClvBEE, Attorney and Counsellor And Solicitor in Chancery Office one door East of the Printing Office TrSILA.VTI, MICHIGAN. SKINNER & JOSLIN, Attorney mt Law Larxelaer Block. COKGXES3 BTREIT, YPSILANTI. C. H. VANCLEAE, ATTOKNET AND COUNSELJ.OR AT LAW, Office over T. Champ...

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 July 1844

Proceedings of the Convention of Clay Club delegates, lield -at Marshall July 5lh. TLAJf FOR A STATE OEG AMI ATI0N. -..". Resolved, That aCeoiral Clay Com mittee, to consist of three members, loca led il wme central point in each county, "be appointed by this Convention, whose duty it shall be to take charge of the bus iness of oraiiiziig such comity : " Resolved, That it be recommended to each Committee to lake prompt and effi cient measures for establishing ClayClnbs in each town and School District of (herr respective c-unties. - " -Resolced, Thai it shall be the doty -of 'toe Clubs so filmed, to take immediate leps for thoroughly organizing each e!cc ioo or school district within their respec tive jurisdiction, by preparing full and ac curate lists of the voters in each district, enumerating those who are Whigs, those vrho are Loco Focos. and those who are -doubtful, in separate columns, and that they shall transmit copies of such lists to ihe Central Committee in their respect ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 25 July 1844

From Texas. , Ao arrival at New Orleans brings some later intelligence: Capts Cell and May, of the U. S. dra-; goons, arrived at Washington, Texas, on the 26th day of June, from Port J essup. It was undersloed that they had commu nications for the Tezian Government from Gen. Taylor, The most interesting intelligence by tbis arrival is the account of n desperate action recently fought near the Pinto trace in which Col. Hays with only 14 me de feated a body of Camanches, Wacoes, and Mexicans, ntirnbering over seventy five. Another battle taa fougbt near the Colleto, on the l$ih of June, between a party of some 25 Indians, and a small comber of men under'capt. York. ThTee of the Indians were killed on the spot. Two of the Texians wtre wounded- The Mexican minister of War and Marine bad recommended an increase 'of fiva per Cent in t"he direct taxes, to raise means four millions of dollars to pro ride an army for the final invasion tf Texas. It is also thought that iW Government of Mexic...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 25 July 1844

C; STUCK WOULD respectfully give'notlce to bit former customers, and the citizens of Ypsilanti tnd vicinity, that he lias lately re .ceived fresh supply of NEW GOODS com prising nearly every article in common use, ' which be offers on the most reasonable terms or ready pay. Among bis ' ' " May be found sheeting; shirtings, cIico"s, Flannels, Drillings, Ticking Batting, Wad. din;, Linseys, apron checks, cambricks. Al ' pacas, worsted, blanker, and net shawls, dress handkerchiefs,-cotton and silk pocket hand. kerchiefs, Broad Cloths, cassimcres, satinctts. t sheeps-greys, hard times, canvass, padding, ' sewing silk, cot ion and linen' Thread. Gilt, " Jasting. horn, jippaned, tined, bone and ivory buttons, Lady's nnd Gent's Gloves and Milts, e side, back, pocket and drssing' combs.'' Also in the line of . . . II ARD-WAR E, ; Thimbles, INeedls, Shears, Scissors, Table and pocket knives, razors, spoon, candlestick ,., coffee mills, gimbleis lather boxes, hair, r clothes, teeth, shoe, lat...

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

J OUR LIBERTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IN OUB OWN KEEPING, . IP THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT Witt BE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT AT THE INSTANCE OF DEStGNINO AMBITION AND BY OCR OWN HANDS VOLUME I. YPSILANTI, (MICH.) THURSDAY AUGUST, 1, 1844. NUMBEIt 33, r . ; ' THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. '- Will ba published ever Thursday by JOHN VAN FOSSEN. 03ice over C, Stock's Store, three doors west of the Post Office, Tkrxs Two Dollars a year if paid in ad vance, or Two Dollars and Fift? Cents if not paid in advance. Advertising on the usual terms of weekly papers. ' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. WORSE &. REXFORD, P hysicians and Surgeon st BCR05 ST. TPSILANTI. R. V. ASHLEY, " Surgeon Dentist corner cf Washington and Michigan sfs. W. A. BUCKBEE, " Attorney and Counsellor At Lavs, And Solicitor in Chancery OJics om door East of the Printing Office, YPSILANTI, MICHIGAN. SKINNER & JOSLIN, Attorneys at Lava Larzelaer Block. CONGRESS STREET, YPSILANTI. C. II. VANC LEV E, ATTOR.ET AND COUNSELLOR AT ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 August 1844

'l- guidance the ship would almost inevita h!y he wrecked, and (he c3rgo losT.VThe rudder probably bears as gteat a propor tion to the value of.thafhijaod its c irgo as this money bears to ha weallU -of a: country; but the rudder is not more nc-.-e?sary to the. safety ;nd welfare, of.the ship', its dargo nod passengers, thn:t mon. cy is to the safety and welfare of tfte'poc fdc aijj-?j5ific3.vnf a nu:i n. r Itfs as iti dispensable ; that theta should he a proper power to guide and regulate tho money or currency of a country, instfutfof Vliowr-g 'it to take " care of if self, oa" that there fchcu.n be a hehn-nmri to steer and "nidi1 but it is ntcesarv that it &hiii.!ii hivir.x J, safe, wti'l t:;adc; anil be so. guided that ii wii! preserve to "each riian ni the T:a!;on his iiidirijiiiij rih!s. . Ii would i;e absurd tu a!Itw any one whrt c'!0-:., witiieut re gard to she c -fnuia: der, to ffuidu 'a. Vhip as he'p!eae'7,'a;i(I, f.r the act of ui 'i'i 'i; itiin' the b-ethers", nerirt:...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 August 1844

r .,. . .Superior. Awake : i . iici'iiRioav July ol Ij, lb'4l. ' Ar a mr-eling of the whig of Superior, held at M.-PeltibmeVs onthe 30:li inst. it .wa, unanimously res-nived, "thai -this rtuwuahip f.rm a Ci-ix Club, ai-dWgubj.Z' fr hvvnh ; u hr-njwitr, - .', JaOOB RyCoN ns chosen PreS'rf'Oi? - J.hii-.VhitiM- , Jt.ihatn G-.o.labs S. V. ' Bowers, ir.d Ir i 'Camp; V .c Pj e.-.idynts " C. Kna;M S. ?.icC)r:TUfc.k,D J. tlaw kins.Commiiree. ; "A. MeMwh. Cor. an J Rr-C. SecV. , M. Pettibone, Treusurer. - . A Constitution and hv laws iiein" n t . - n . ooptod, and f;er well limed addresses by C. Knapp, Esq. and J- M. Edmonds., The f.,11 owing resolutions were adop'ed. ; Resolved, That in our view, we recog nize the best interests of our country ideit "iified in the principles maintained by the M big party at large, ami thai we are proud to find those principles advocated and sustained by the manly cfTurls and Zeal of HENRY CLAY, and therefore sider him a safe guardian of those princi ples. '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 1 August 1844

J b r -- HEW KflIDS. . . C. STUCK WOULD respectfully ptve'not ice to bis lormer customers, and the citizens of Ypsilanti and vicinity, that be has lately re ceived fresh supply of NEW GOODS com prising nearly every artiela in common use, which be offers on the most reasonable terms or ready pay. Among bit May be found sheeting, shirtings, calicoes, Flannels, Drillings. Tickings, Batting, Wad- din?. Linsevs. apron checks, cambricks. At paeas, worsted, blanket, and net shswls, dress handkerchiefs, cotton and silk pocket hand kerchiefs. Broad Cloths, caesimeres, sa:inetts. . sheens-greys, bard times, canvass, padding, sewing silk, cotton and linen thread. Gilt, lasting, horn, jappaned, lined, bone and ivory buttons, Lady's and Gent's Gloves and Mitts, side, back, pocket and drssine combs. Also in tbe line of QARD-WARE, Thimbles, Needls, Shears, Scissors, Table and pocket knives, razors, spoons, candlesticks coffee mills, gimblets, lather boxes, hair, clothes, teeth, shoe, lather and ho...

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