Newspaper Page Text
it' J I IIOi -'.i - Oa iho acknowledged bonds 01 the State, ths aunual interest jayablo after July 1, 1845, by the term of the act of March, 1843,11 be 8205,44 30 ; and if iho warrants issued aud authorized to be issued upou the internal improvement fund be not paid by the lauds of the state the annual interest will fca Litis less than $210,000 00. The amount of scrip outstanding, be sides interest, is 73,503 dolls, which is liable to ba ucreased 24,330 dollt. 73 cents the amount of unpaid warrant on the general fund, and will also be liable to he further increased by appropriations at the present session of the legislature. About 95,000 dolls will be required to pay the balance due for iron, purchased by" the directioDr-of the actcf Ult Feb ruary last, for payment of which the net proceed of the public works are pledged. The general fund bocds,and delinquent tax bonds, mentioned above are properly payable from the general fund, so called being the fund created arid kept up by the annual state tax. and from which the ex penses of the state government arc paid. Excluding the two lbrmer,due at a future period andincluding the latter now due,the i'ollowing is a true exhibit of tho liabilities und resources of the general fund, on the 20th day of November last: Due to university fund 63,43 1 33 44 primary school fund 22,229 23 ; 44 44 4f interest fund 7,216 63 44 purchasers at sales in 1840, 513 50 41 for interest on general fund and penitentiary bond. 9,439 52 44 for delinquent tax bonds in New York, 27,000 00 44 to ownera of land for surplus,' 6,831 70 44 for delinquent tax bonds IIS VOUUUU9 OUd U4 f)ue interest on tax bonds estimated, 3,030 00 general fund, 24,330 78 jDue outstanding warrants on primary school fund, 9,019 00 J)ae outstanding warrants on interest fund, 80 50 Total $163 3 5 09 RESOURCES -Cash on hand, $39,352 55 1 Cmmv .AitniiA. - 00 t r- net "Taxes and interest remaining un- collected in the Auditor gen eral's office. 172,492 40 $241,000 00 xcess of resources S77.684 02 In addition to the the actual liabilities 9,...ranl DU kt',"'r ,r on me t.ues ot uui ...if. passed the Senate but was lost in too j House. Such a grant would boot vast j importance to the state, and it i3 worthy : I of your consideration whether appropri- i mnaKvno nA.mlaA txr vnii miftVit nrtt I aid in obtaining it. Justice requires that; for the construction of the works of inter-, ' ual improvement the same assistance ', should be extended to Michigan that has been conferred on her sister states. JOHNS. BARRY. Executive Office, Detroit, January 1, 1844. Tariff Glass Tumbles Tke , country formerly imported most of her i fflass ware, amooff the rest, the cheap.? common tumbler from Germany, at a cost i J' of 50, 44, 41, and at the lowest 33 cents ; j a dozen. Ihis was thought the lowest ; posible price-the importers declaring mat mey Drougni mem merely to nil up their cargoes and were satisfied to make barely freight on them, as they were sure sale. The new tariflT imposed a heavy a, ,hoaa .,mM0io -and now our own people were encour-! i n?tPmnt mino xhe Tho I suit already is that they are now selling' these same tnmblers at twenty-seven and ' a half cU a dozen-lower than ever i I before. This is one of . the articles on , i which, aeording to the free traders, the , Wh.T tnnfT has taxed our nnnn! fif.v ? to a hundred per cent ! Tribune. I Tvpe Settiso Machine. Mr. J. V. 1 it. , . r i ? . &. 1 rora 01 mis ci.y, ims oeea engagea ior . -w.w.w. j -....f,.. .- 1 type setting ana aismouuag macmne ot bis own inveuiiou. wuiuu no uas ai,,:ui j length completed. ! The machine is operated bv means of , , f. , e kevs moving like the keys of a piano forte. The movement of each key de- positing the required letter ia its proper place. It will set 180 type in a minute, A particular discription of thi machine is withheld at present for obvious reasons. J Ia the course of a Sev weeks a full dis-1 cription of it will be laid before the pub lic Mr. Ford will carry bis machine to N. York this day, for the purpose of sub. ; mitting it to the inspection of othose who feel an interest in improved system of bor saving. Troy Whig. Maixe. The votes have at length been officially counted in the late special elections for Congressmen. In two of the Districts, Whigs have been chosen, and two there . ia still no choice. Our i friends in that State speak confidently of carrying Maine for Mr. Clay, next year, j We learn from the Signal of Liberty, j that the execution of Chorr, at Ann Arbor, for murder, is to take place on the 15th of March next. CtT of a ule ciore the "President s sons, and they betor "my tatner tne President,' and Abell is forthwith domiciliated at the , White Hoase. The "life" being finished j nnJ in iVia honda r f tlia nrit.fiira ha ia CAnt wilh a fat salary on .wild. goo. chase, i0 hunt up the Texan hoax, about as use- Ail a mission as that once proposed for ! the President's sen" John, as "Ornamen. , tal Secretary to China." Well, the mis- . . ' , , , . . ,'. . sioa is over, and the book is ready to. issue and now goes forth the mandate, bearing date at the "PRESIDENT'S House," to the ' y -.l r.i ..!.... C ! 'a1""1" u - "CV-T "l.; 10 Pa -"V lulf wafeie .ol PaI,eL N e venture to say, there is not . a" U,,V. 1 ' CW1 , , V ' .f ik Whil.i llnnca ir in will ronii thrun an office-holder, even within the perlieus 1110 " r V ft vn 1 ;a! r V 7 .7 n,. nr.fi., th mmh ' ll..w i." J'wT,vuL - - . , 18 I0.r or-'" p iu wvu umu-. '! but l "biS buf " J" rH ? ba,Isay ffom 20, l, 50? C0P; i ies. '1 he average cannot be less than 1 , fP,es ,0, eachof 5'?2 ff UhfuL I large and small, which at 50 cents each, "ill yield a reveoiw of 850,000. How ; muh J,lh.,s llem'he Pre8,detU ? ?oa John Pm' f'. rece W hapve no m of erm'nmg.e leave) !lr aders to decide for themselves, f the broad earth contains a more glaring ; 1 siuiumuu i uimu aim uUuni.6uiw .am, i and tolly, in Ingn places, or peeper anu . nioPfl fi;,-rn-fcflli nolitical corruntioa in c r 1 tha chief ExeCutive of a nation, than the ' wnoie allair 01 tue -ijiie oi me r.esiucni, from ila ii:Ception to the final levy of con if.no nnnn ihft Kuhnrdmatps. thrnii'rh- out oresents. DeU DaUv Ado., . Tt ,u a - Here is tho correspondence : , 1 "President's House, JSov. 30, 1843. Sir: A it is considered important, in justice to the President, to circulate among the people the word spoken of by Mr, Abel I, id the accompanying letter, you will confej a favor on the undersigned, by taking such measures for that, and as Mr. A. suggests. Prompt action and a liberal sucsbrip tion, trill render your services still more useful. I am, very respectfully, ' your obedient servant, JOHN TYLER, Junior." ' Washington, Nov. 30, 1913 ' Dear Sir A Life of President Tyler, including his principle speeches when in Congress, and his other public papers, messages, dec. compiled from the most authentic source, is now being issued by Harpers & Brothers. The volume 13 an Svo. of 6ome 300 pages, finely printed,, with a handsome executed portrait of the President, and ia .coasiderdUoa of .t'u3 - pom- Jefferson Avenue, Detroit. .ho Uar.k of St. CLiO a large and general assortment of JiJFSCtLL. LANLOUS CLASSICAL AND SCHOOL Blank 0 ofi-ereil l0 tne public, wholesale and reui! Verv 6tna!l advance from Eastern prices. a largo eupply of School Cooks will always be kept on nana. jHcrc&anis a..a i crS win find it for their interest to purchusc here, JXV Sdi. farther east. . LIBRARY COMPANIES will also find at this establishment, a great variety of Useful nnl Pt.ort f m'n cr W.ii-fca nnft in substantial fw ' ' PEDLARS can be supplied with cheap ar,d .f w0lka ia IIistory and Fiction at low pn,ceS a a t . u ,hu 1 m.UnaH tn nmkp In mnkP Ihl8 .1 npf. manent establishmenL and to keep at all times on hand such Books and article, ia the Z uie, Squire K cos nflroi As toe wants of the People of Michigan may and 10 sell at only a small advance COSt. UiUURSC. Detroit, October 3, 1843. . Iyn3 W. A. BUCKDEE, A T T O R N E T A K I) C O U X S E L L O E ' J3.T Estill ., AXD SoLICITOK IX ClIAXCEKY YrsiLAXTI, MICHIGAN. ' Omen one uooT east ct lae Priutin" OJice. J$(Jy JS THE TIME FOR GOODS BULLING AT COST.' fTTlIIE Subscribers wishing to close their JA. concern are aeiernnnea 10 ici uivir hju slip at COST (For Cash Only) those wishng to Purchase will find inducements such as were never before offered to thd public in this mar, ket. The st ck consists of a general assort ment of DRY GOODS, Crockery, Boots and Shoes and other articles adapted 10 the wants ofthecouutry. AVERY & GRGEN. Ypsilanti, Dec.26, 1843. Gw.n2. SAND'S - . - For the removal and permanent cure of all diseases arising -from an impure fitato of the Ulood, or habit of the system, viz : Scrofula, Rheumatism, Cutaneous Erup tions, Scald Head, Biles, .Chronic Sore Eyes, Enlargement and pain in the Breast and joints, Ulcers, from the inj idtcious Uie of Mercury, &c. TEAL & ALLEN. Ypailanti. Dec. 20, 1943. tf AbUPERIOR article of Tort Wine aud Grand, for bicknoi, may be bad at the Drug store of E.SAMSON. Ypsilanti, Dv'C 20, nl DR.SPOHN'S HEADACHE REMEDY will effectually cure sirk headache, cither from the or bilious. Hundreds of families are using it witli rcat juy. DR. SPOHNS ELIXIR OF HEALTH, for the certain pretention of I ?f Bj 5? or any general sickness ; keeping the stomach in most per feet order, the bowels regular, and a determination to the surface. pains in the bones, hoarseness, and are quickly cured by it. Know this by trying. CORNS. The French Tlaster is a sure cure. hair any shade you wish, but will not color the skin, SARSAPARILLA. comstoces-com POUND EXTRACT. There is no other prepara tion "'of Sarsaparilla that can exceed or equal this. If you re sure to get Comstock's, you will find it superior to all others. It does not require puffing. Sr. KartfioIrmcUi'ft . will prevent or cure all incipipnt consnmmion. taken in time, and is a dclighUul remedy, iiumcm ber the name, aud get Comstock's. KOLMSTOCK'S VEHMIFUGE eradicate all in children or adulta with a certainty quite astonLshing. It is the same as that made by Fahnestock, and sells with a rapidity almost incredible, by Comstoclc Co New York. TOOTH MOPS. IINE'S-cure effectuaUy. Entered acrordins to net ofCon?rf(,in the jrwlS-12, kyCumttock ir Co in tire Clcik'nuuice ol'tlic buuthern XiuUictuf Aew York. Ey applying to our agenta in each town and village, papers may be had free, showing the most respectable names in the country for these facts, so that no one can fail to believe them. 3-Be sure yon call for oar articles, and not be put off with any stories, that others are as good. IIAYC THESE OR IVONE, ehonld be j our motto-and these niter can be true and genuine without our nanus to them. All these articles to be had wholesale and retail only of us. ' (MtScc Wholesale 71 Maiden-Lane, New York, and of out agents. TEAL & ALLEN, Agk.mi For tho sale of ihs Uoe J!:dicu;ci. Ypstlant:,, I)jc. 23 ' . tAl NTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, &c Ahirh they will sell umisually fur cash, or hi change for a kinds cflro. nee. Flax Seed, lLdes,&c. ccc. . Ihty ro also Agents for the snlo r.f Cuinssock &co's Medicines, Sherman's Lnztngef, Saud'a Sarsaouiilla, Bristol's Sars.panU la. Mofful'b Life lMU and PhcBnu . Lil ern. TEAL & ALLLN Corner Congress anl Washington Sr. Ypsilanti, Dr-c. -20, 1843. y -rr a ntrr h jri 7 - : AND COMMISSION STORE. OPPO SITE A. HA XTKITS XWTFJ. ILL aitend to Jv Luitifss ti.- trusted to hitn with pryu.rnneas. ud fidelity. N. fj. Cash advances made on prarer- 'y if reotiired. Ypailanti, Dec 20, 1845. - tf WffcVOL. Harper's School Dist iet Libra 'Fry, for sale low. by the quuuiity r -incle." at the Ypsiiauii Book and Taricty store or " Ypsilanti, Dec. xv. ' CAPS! CAPS'.! CAPS!! ! Cheaprr than the cheapedl may ba fuuiiQ tt the Variety eiore 01 ' . .E. SAMSON. Ypsilanti, Dec. 23. ' A RC Considered lawful tender in pnymni for poods, ai:d all kinds of prudu? will e arceptible. Rood wood and i'ayr-r Ki-'gs, .viil no1, be r&frsed.by C. STUCK. 41 LANK Dteds and Morgags, J:is'ir-i 3 B . inks. &.c by le quiro er sirr:!p f.r -ale at the Book str ot - L. bA VHjON". Ypsilauti, Dec - t-1 rrpHF. Suh riboi will f.nvCA!i u 6 U the hi'-iie&t. nrp for C)KN .lii -IYK. EDMUNDS Co. YiUn i, D"c. 2-: 1S48. . if NNUALS for 1811. a;id a great viri. .t llof cUaiit gin Looks lor e ife e tc ! Ypsilanti, i)c 20. ?!' , IW 1" SO I For ,t, bV u iilluiiui tlx l..rrtl lv . C STUCK. -. -.1 : 1 on icm . .