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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 expected, and another
especially for the Scholars. After marching
to the grove and receiving refreshments, sev
eral addresses will be given. - '
1 ' v J. FAIIICIIILD, Cl.a'n .
" r JtrsTics Marsh, Sec'y. -
Ypsilanti, June 12, 1841. " n2G.2r
1 " ' GUARDIAN'S SALC.
. CJTATE of MicHiaAjf, ) g s .
. JSl Washtenaw County, S '
4 By virtue of a licence issued by the Hon.
Judge of Probate of the county of Washtenaw-,
, 'on the eight day of June instant, I shall cause
to be sold on the tenth day of July next, at one
of the clock in the afternoon of that day, at
'the Tavern house of Abiel Hawkins, in the vil
lage of Ypsilanti, all the right, title and inter
est ot Livonic Peter, minor heir of Monroe
' iPeter, late of the county of Wayne in said
State, deceased, in the following described
premises, vix :, The east half of the north"
tvest quarter and the north west quarter of the
"north west quarter of Section No. nine in
Township No. three South of Range No.' ten
east, containing one hundred and twenty acres.
Dated Ann Arbor, June 10, 1814.
1 . , 'Guardian.
lTRAY COWS, The subscriber ha ta
J3 ken op two stray cows : one is a right red
the other a brindle with a whfte face and
vhite on her belly, and has "had heY ho'rns
bored. , The said tews came to wfy pljce in
"Superior the. forepart of last winter.
' The owner is requesred to prove property,
ipay charges and take them away.
'Superior, June 13, 1811. n2S 9w
FOR S AIE, the premises now occupied
by Elder Crane, on :tbe corner of Con.
.'gress and River streets, "Concreting ot a targe
two story dwelling house, wood-holise and a
good barn, with other Cut Wildings, the best
well of water in this Village, a good garden
containing some fruit trees and shrubery and
a fine bed of asparagras. Terms literal.
Also for sale, a good Hotse and Buer&y.
. SAMUEL MURDOCH
Ypsilanti, May 30, 1341.
SALE. Default havinj:
been made in the payment of a certain
sum of money secured by mortgage, bearing
date the thirteenth day ot January, eighteen
hundred and forty, executed by Allen Buck
and Amanda Bock his wife "to Elijah Grant on
the following land, to wit. Bintate. in Ypsilun
ti and beginning orre tod south tf the south
east corner of village lot tiamher one hundred
and thirty four, now owned by Levi J. Hufl,
running thence south Six rods, from thence
West nine rods from theifce north six rods and
from thence east nine rods to tire f lade of be
genning, containing fitly four square rods of
erouud.be the same more or less. Being vil
lage lot number, one hundred and thirty five
and one half of number orte hundred and thirty
eight according to the plat of said village of
Ypsilanti now onrecordin the Voflnty of Wash
tenaw. Which said mortgage is recorded in
the Registers office for Washtenaw county m
Liber number nine, page one. And iipon
which said.mortgage there Is due at tho date
of this notice the sum of two thousand fou
hundred fifty seven dollars and two coifts
Notice is therelore hereby sriven that the a
hove described p;emises, or so much thereof
as shall be necessary to satisfy ihe said mort
saee will be sold at public auction to the high
est bidder on the fifteenth day of Angnst. next
t one o'clock in the afternoon of said day at
the court house iu the village of Ann .arbor
, . ... , ELIJAH GRANT. ,
' ' l' t' " " - 'mortgagee..
- W. A. Bcbkbkk, his Att'v.
YpsHanti, May 22, 1844, 24-3m
TO THE DEMOCRATIC YVlIlGS OF
!., i - . , ; jnCIIIGAN. '.
MASS ' STATE CONVENTION. t
The Whis State Central Committee in ac
te,rdance with a resolution adopted at the last
tftate Convention, hereby give notice that
Mass Convention ot the Democratic Whigs
of ihe State' Michigan.: will be held at Mar
ehalL on the Fourth day of July next, at te
o'clock in the forenoon of that day, to respond
to the nomination j of HENRY CLAY for
President, and THEODORE REELING
IIEYSEN for Vica President of the United
States : and also to nominate five Presidential
Electors to be supported at the ensuing No
vember Election- Jh Vni? county com.
tnitteeaare respectively requested to take the
btcesftary measures, to insure a run attena
anee at the Convention of the whigs of their
neetiva counties. Let the convention te
worth v of the cause and the man.
Tha Committee avail themselves of this oc
casion, to congratulate the whigs of the state
tipon the bright, prospects, and glorious tri-
nmtha that every day attend the Whig cause
Harmonious in , feeling, cordial and united in
action, with- purposes well . understood, and
with principles well settled, the Whigs under
tbe banner 01 taetr lavorue cneatiain, marcn
forth once more to the rescue ot the country.
-o n: , . ;., -M. BACKER. '
. - , - ...DAN'LR-BROWN,
. v " THOS. MOSELY.
.. ' ; ' . ; h. chubb. .
Whig 5iatc Central Committee
Dated Ann Irbor, Maj 15. 1844. ; r
A SUPERIOR article of Port! Wine an
Brandy, for sickness, may. be had a
he Drag atora af . , - y E. SAMSON
Ypsilanti; Dec. .20, ' ., a
owuucii, oneiua county may
st, (after an illness bfenlv four davs.S
J VAL UABLE REAL ES TA TE
I H., MIC lit G A N.
if. ji Hi
t t yi.-lvi
rtpiIR Subscriber efrors for Sale, the "Brick
.JJ Store now occupied for the Post Office,
In 'theViHug ot Ypsilanti, being twenty feet
frotit by CIS feet deep, two stones high, situs,
red on Congress street, and In tbe most bfiSi
ness part of the village. '' 1 " ' -
( Also, Village lot No. 113, 6h 'WaShirtgTon
street. 'Also arour ac're pasture lot, situated
at the north west corner of the corporation
through which lot passes a living stream - of
water.'-'1- '' ' ' -:' ' : -
' Also ihe"wcit hairefthe 9oulh East quar
ter of Section thirty, in the Township of Su
qerior.'this lot is situated on tbe Huron River,
about three miles west of Ypsilanti, is well tim.
bered, and has a good water power, for a
flouring' Mill or other machinery, within thir
ty rods of the Central Rail road. Also a beau
tiful open lot tbf about GO acres sitnaCed on the
opposite Side of the River, and adjoining the
last described lot, through which the Cen
tral Rail Road passes.
Also the west half and the north least quar
ter of the south west quarrer, of section 10, in
the township of Van Bureu, and county 'of
Wayiie, containing 12t) ares. Trrisfarm has
thirty acres itnpiovement. a good frame house
and barn, a fine young orchard of bearing ap
ple trees, is a rich Soil and has living water, is
situated 22 miles west of rhs city of Detroit,
and one mile from the central Rail Road. Al
so the east half of the north east quarter of
section 14 in the township of Ypislanti, situa
ted about three miles west of the Village, is
heavy timbered and rich soil. '
The foregoing property will be sold in par
cels to suit purchasers. .
The terms of sale be accommodating, only
a part of the purchase money required in cash,
and the remainder secured by a mortgaire on
the ptojfcrty. A. VOORHEES.
Ypsilami April 30th, l?4i. 20tf.
ONE new Parsons Cloth Shearing machine
four Cutters, two brushes in perfect or
der, for less than original tost. Terms cash,
or approved credit.
Enquire of T, M. Town" or W. M. Davis.
Ypsilanti, May tf. 1844. 21tf
A T WHOLESALE.We have just received
i a quantity of Saleratns manufactured by
E. Laseur of Ann Arbor, which we can sell
to merchants and dealers at Detroit prices,
without charges for transportation or pack,
age. NORRI3 &. FOLLETT.
i Ypsilanti May Cth. 1814.
W. A. BUCK DEE,
Attorney and Counsellor
. Axd Solicitor in Chancery .
Office "-'one door east of the Printing
NEW GOODS CHEAP
fTlHEtJndersighed have just opened a new
-M. and eztonsive assortment of Spring and
Among vrhich mag be found
Straw, Devon, plain Silk, Tar'ton, plain Lawn,
Fine Florence, wave Braid, Shell Albert, fine
STRAW AND TUSCAN
DON NETS ,
. ALSO ...
Straw, willow. Imperial Lawn, and Devon
STRAW MISSES liONNETTS
Brush, Nutria, Wool, and Palm Leaf Hats.
I3ools and Shoes
to (it any size or ae.
Good White oak Corn Baskets
A splendid assortment of Cap and Bonnet Rib
bons, with Old fable, Sweds, English and
Artificial Flowers, Ladies Hoes
AND OLD SXBLE NAIL RODS,
'lea, Coffee, Sugar,
. .CARPET YARN.
' ' FRENCH rRINTS TROY NAILS. '
Figured Velvet, Canvass, Padding, But.
i ; ; ? Ions, Niiiht Capa , '. -
. LINEN AND COTTON
DIA VER, R ROOMS AND HORSE SHOES
Flanuels, Sheeting Shirtings, Tickings
And Sheeps Shears.
Thread, Combs, Pins-, Needles, and Paint
Brushes, Dress H'dk'f 's. Shawls, Scis
sors, aud SHAVING SOAP. Caps and
VJi U CK li K x
LEATHER, GLASS, WOOLCAttDS AND
.1 GARDEN SEEDS
We will take in payment Hams, . fibgs and
Bees-wax, oats corn or CASH, Wheat Rye
and Barley, Lggs, -Sugar, Urass-seed and rags
-0O"N- Bi Cash paid for any quantity
Call and see EDMUNDS & CO.
NEW CABINET SHOP.
TTIVAVII COON, would respectfully
JLr Inform the citizens of Ypsilanti and its
vicinity, that he has commenced the' Cabinet
Business a few doors west of Mr. Larzelere's
brick stores, where he would be hippy to fur
nish any articles In his line en the shortest
notice. . . - .-
Old furniture iepaitd and Varnished. . -All
kinds of prod itce and lumber taken in exchange
for furniture. , -
Ypsilanti, Feb. 20, 1844: flIO-tt.
Confectionaries, Preserved fruit, and'a great
yariety of spices may be found at the store ot
December 20, 1843. - t 5 ; nl '
f rnllE Subscribers would call the at-
-JLL -teniion of their friends and tho Pub
lic to their 6tock of Goods, ' Comprising
every variety of - s ' " '
dry goods. ' . ;
CfUOCE i& IES. v -
HARDWARE, CROCKERY &c.
Tnwelher with a full assortment of .'; ' -
PAINTS, OILS. DYE STUFFS, &c.
which Ihey will sell UnusuaUy loV for
cash, or in exchange Tor all kinds of Pro
duce, Ffax Seed, Hides, &c 6tc. They
are also Agents for the sain cf Comslock
Sico's Medicines, Sherman's Lozenges,
Sand's Sarsanarilla, Bristol's SarsapariK
la, MoQat's'Life Pills and Phoenix Bit
tew. ." TEAL & ALLEN.
Corner Covgrcis xtnd Washington St.
Ypsilanti, Dec. 20, 1S43. . tf
itaiij Road Depot.
f nllC Subscribers have received their
JUL fall and uintet supply of Goods
which they offer to their friends and the
public generally at very Teasonable pri
ces. Their stork is composed of DRY
GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCK
ERY HARD-WARE and every ar
ticle us.ialiy kept hi the country stores.
SA W. IiOG.3
and all kinds of
COUNTR Y PROD UCE
taken iu exchange for . goods at cash
CASH and tho lushest market price
at all times paid for WHEAT delivered
at their miKs. NORRIS & FOLLETT
Ypsilanti, Jan. 6,218 11. t.4 tf.
" C. WOODRUFF, Trectat.
gEC0ND TERM. Commences rdohday
April 59, and continues 1 1 weeks.
Tliis school is designed for instruction in
tlie various branches of an English and Clas
sical education. , .
Tuition In tie English Qepartmerj't, Worn
2.50 to 3. In the Classical from $3 to $6.
Teachers of District Schools, who may wish
to improve themsel ves in the branches cf lear
ning, pertaining to their department Oi teach -ing
are respectfully informed that every facil
ity will be afiorded Ihenl Tor fetich improve
ment. . v .. v
Comparative Grammar. Thfs branch 61
the science of language, which has never yet
been made a subject of instruction, will be
brought before the School in a scries of week
ly lectures illustrating the peculiarities of the
English Language, by a comparison with
Latin, Greek, French and German.
To teachers of Grammar these lectures
cannot fail to be important.
The school will occupy the room formerly
occupied by Mr. Landreth, in Larzelere's
block opposite Hawkins Hotel.
Ypsilanti, Jan. 27, 1844. n7tX
OPPO SITE A. II A W KIN'S
S. KILPATR1CK. Auctioneer.
"Trr!7"ILL attend to any business en
V? trusted to him with promptnes
aud fidelity. , .
N. B. Cash advauccs made on proper
ty if required.
Ypsilanti, Dec. 20, 184-3. tf
ISIEit EDICT 4- 'TOJIPKIIVS
71 &. 73 FRONT STREET;
Refer to . , .
David Leavitt, Pre'st Am Ex. B'k N. York
Shepherd Knapp, " Mechanics i
Henry Dwight, Jun. , New York.
J, N. Reynolds, '
Hon. Joseph L White, "
Messrs, D. A Cushman & Co. - ' : '
" Cradner, & Co.
Doremus, Suydam &. Co
. Townsend, Sayre & Co
William II Piatt, Cincinnati,, 1'
Chatles 0'IIara, Toledo,. , t
llll Brown, 'Detroit' ' ' ;
Reuben Towri, ' " '
A II Hammond, .'"''.
W H Goodhue, Michi gancity
James Macadoo, "
Messrs Gulbertson, & Brother Troy. Ohio
. '. " Kellogg &. Brothers, White Pigeon,
Copp &. Parsons, Burlington Iowa
" Peebles Sc Keiser, Jiocbenoit Mi
The subscribers, in announcing themselves
to the public as commission merchants.plede
themselves to conduct the same in its legiti
Tbe charges will only be such as are actu
ally incurred. ' Insurrance will positively be
enectea in me most reponsioie onices, and (he
commissions, the sanio as any house of known
capital and integrity. Particular attention
will be paid to render Bales of each parcel bv
me snipping mars:
Liiocrai advances made on r roduce to our
address, always subject to the owners instruc
tion as to sales, without reffercrice to the ad:
vances. r R. A T:
New York, Feb 1, 1844.
The undersigned will makfe liberal eash
advances on consignments of Prod ice to the
above house. ' ' ' R. TOWN.
... . nI0-6m.
PRINTERS INK For sale in small kege
to suit purchasers for cash only. News
Ink in small kegs, common Job do. Also fan.
cy colored of all kinds, made at the celebra
ted factory of Win. Prescotr, & Co:. Buffalo.
N. Y. . G. F. ROOD, Co.
: ' Agents.
.Detroit, Feb, 184 L n3-tf
hjl SAMSON would respectfully inform the
jLJ inhabitants of Ypsilanti'and vicinity" that
he has just received direct from New York, in
addition to his former - stock, a well selected
assortment of English -a'udefas'slcal 5 l"
Miscellaneous and '1 Theological hooks Music
books, b.ank' hooks, memorandums and toy
books; fools cap 'paper, whins and colored
letter paper, billet paper, tissue paper, Bristol
board drafting paper, plaih and fancy visiting
cards, conversation cards, port folios, litho
graph and steel engravings, black, blue, red,
indellibleand India ink, ink powder, inkstands,
Quills, steel pens, wafers, sealing wax, motto
seals, letter stamps, writing sand, pencils of
all kinds, pencil leads, pencil brushes; crayons
water paints, carmine'saueeTS,'b,.nnet and rib.
bon wire; cap springs,' band boxes, 'gloves,
mitts, mittens, artificial flowers, edgings, nee
dles, pins, hooks and eyes, knitting pins, thread
tape, welling cord, zephyr, worsted, canvass,
French working cotton, dress whale bone,
eyelets, combs of great variety, silver, Ger
man silver, brass and steel Ihirnbles, emery
cushions, Spool stands, scissors, pocket knives
pen knives, razors and razor strops, specta
cles and cases, snuff boxes, tobacco ' boxes
pocket books and wallets, toothbrushes, tooth
powder, beads, hair pins, and a great many
other articles in the above line too numerous
id mention. Also, a good assortment of
toilet soap, ambrosial shaving cream, pearl
powder, &c. &c. Also
.... iWStCAL .
Ins trnmen is,
Bass Viol and Violin strings. Clarionet reeds
music preceptors and Piano music, etc. Also
a great variety of
AliO a complete assortment of genuine
of the very best quality, constantly on hand
and to which the attention of Physicians and
the public generally are particularly invited.
- Care and accuracy observed in the putting
up of medical prescriptions and country Phy.
sicians supplied with Medicine upon the nios
Also, a good assortment of
DYE WOODS 4 DYE STUFFS.
. PAINTS 4. OILS.
Consisting of dry white, lead, keg lead ground
in oil, red lead, English venitian red. Turkey
umber, black lead, lamp black, chrome green
and yellowi Paris 'greerT, Chinese vennilliori,
rose piky Prussian blue, TSpanih w?hitmg,
Spahfsh Trown, Lithcrage', Terra tTe sienna,
pumice stone, 'glass paper, gold leaf, linseed
oil, (of the first quality) Lalnp oil. Turpentine,
Copal and Shellac varnish. Also -Glass,
Putty, Tar, Rosin, Glue, Sal soda, (foi
washing,) Carriage and house mats, white
wash brushes, scrubbing brushes, bath brick,
rotten 'stone, British lustre, etc. etc. All of
which will be sdld its low as can be bought in
Detroit or elsewhere. Call and see.
Paper rags and most kinds of country pro
duce taken in exchange for goods.
Store nearly opposite the old stand of Mc
Allaster &, Muore, Congress street.
, Ypsilanti, Dec. 20, Id 43. nl.
IMPROVED QUALITY AND HALF
COMSTOClt CO'S CONCENTltAtED
' COMPOUND FLUID
Extract of Sartiaparilla
BTIOR the cure of Scrofula Chronic Rheu
matism, General Debility, Cutaneous dis
eases, Scaly Eruptions of the skin. Tetter,
Pimples or Tustules on the Face, Mercurial,
and Syphiloid Diseases, Biles, from an impure
state ot the body, Ulcerations of the Throat
and leg, pains and swelling of the bones, liv
er affections, all diseases arising from an im
pure state of the blood, exposure and impru
dencces in life, excessiveuse of mercury, tc.
The great popularity of sarsaparilla, and its
established efficacy, renders it superfluous to
to enter into any econitun of its virtue or ad
duce any evidence in its favor.
The sarsaparilla is warranted positively as
good as any other that can be made at One
Dollar, at just half the price of those so
much advertised, and as strong and is as
larire bottles, viz: .
Fifty cents per Bottle.
This article has cured Scrofula of 30 years
after the Dollar article has been used in vain,
To Le bad of the agents of Comstock and
Co. only, throughout the Country, in New
Vnrk nnlv nt 21 Cortlandt street'.
frrffn'vfl Cnmistouk.s Sarsanarills or none, if
vou wish the best article . at a' reasouable
poice. TEAL Si. .ALLEN, Agents
For the sale of the above. " 1
To Drusrest9 and country Merchants.
r"311lse valuable articles, Oldridges'sBam
JJL of Colnmbia for the Hair, and ay Lin
men t for the Pilei, etc', have been entensive-
ly counterfeited. Those wanting these prtp-
arations will dease write.when Ordering trom
any other houses, ior Comstock's articles.
The true frticles have that name or siguafure
always on the wrapper, and venders will do
well to rember that., wheh ordering, as tho
imitations are o exposed in nearly aJZ the
tbe newspapers throughout the country, that
they could not be sold, snould tney oe so un
fortunate as to tret them. ' 5 . - .
Our friends throughout the Union are re-
auested to ive us immedate notice, Dy letter
should any of the counterfeits appear in their
respective places!. - - KeSpeetiuily, -
UUlloiUUft. ot, w.
Wholesale djussest, 21 Courtlandt street,
Nflw. Ynrk For aalabv TEAL f ALL.t,ri.
Ypsilanti, - - -
TAtK niTIXi:i.S nrst quaiuy wnue
beans, iost receited and br sale at
the variety store, of ' ' E..0AMWW.
Ypsilanti, Feb. 12, '4- ; VJlu
IIIG DOCUMENTS by EXPRESS
Junius Tracts, Nos. l 2 3 4 5 0 7.
, Facts for Farraes aud Mechanics,
Clay Almanacs, ' " ', . ( .
ITClay Clubs siipdlied with the above doc
uments at publishers prices. .
-joim 1. lisitiii-,
'; 93 JclTojsyh Avenue.- '
Detroit, April 0, '11. . Hit "
WdULD'respeetfnlly give notice to his
tOrmer crisWmers, and the citizens of
Ypsilanti. and vicinity, that he has lately-received
a fresh supply of NEW GOODS com
prising nearly every articls in common use,
which he offers on the most reasonable terms
or ready pay. : Among- his ' ''
May be found sheeting, shirtings, calicOes,
Flannels, Driliings, Tickings, Batting, Wad
dftig, Linsevs, a'pronj'checks, cambneks. "Al
pacas, worsted, blanket, and net shawls, dress
handkerchiefs,, 'cotton and silk pocket hand
kerchiela, Broad Cloths, ca'ssTmeres, Satinetts.
sheeps-greys, hard times, canvass, padding,
sewing silk, cotton and liiien thread. Gilt,
lasting, horn, jappaned, lined, bone and ivory
buttons. Lady's and Gent's Gloves and Mitts,
side, back, pocket and drssing ''coalbs. Also
in the line of
Thimbles, i Needls, Shears, Scissors, Table
and pocket knives, razors, spoons, candlesticks
coffee mills, gimblets, lather boxes, hair,
clothes, teeth, shoe, lather and horse brushes,
brooms, bed cords, tobbacco and snufi boxes,
Also a general assortment Cf
Consisting in part of Sugar, Molasses, Tea,
Coffee. Pepper, uni?er, Alspice, ftutmegs.
Cinnamon, Cloves. Figs, l amina, Almonds
Snuff, Smoking Fine cut and Cavendish To
bacco, Starch, Saleratus, Tar, Variegated Fan
cy and Shaving Soap. Also a large assort
CRO CK E R F,
Consisting in part of White, Blue,Pink, Sprigd
Edged, Brown and Black Tea Setts, Bowls,
Pitchers, Mugs, Plate, Platters, Nappief-Also-Window
Glass, Tumblers, Cruets, &c,
Also many articles Of Drtfgs, Dye-Stufla Med
icines, &c. &c.
Ypsilanti, December 2&, 1S43.
WHOLESALE $ RETAIL.
'filFiE subscriber, as agent for one of ih
JL olden and moot extensive Publish in
Houses in New Yord, is now opening at
143 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, (opposite
the Bank of St, Clair.)
a large and general assortment ot MISCEL
LANEOUS CLASSICAL AND. SCHOOL
Blank Books, . Foolscap ami Letter Paper,
Quills. Writing Ink, steel, pens, &.c, which
are offered to the public, wholesale and retail
at a very small advanec from Eastern prices.
A largo supply of School Books will always
be kept on hand.: . Merchants and Teaehcrs
will find it for their interest to pcrchuse here.
instead of sending farther oast
LIBRARY COMPANIES will also find
at this establishment, a great variety of Useful
and Entertatning Works, aud in substantial
FED LARS can be supplied with cheap and
popular works in History and fiction, at low
It is indended to make to make this a per
manent establishment, and to keep at all'timcs
on haud such Irooks and articles in the
As the Wants of the People of Michigan may
require; and to eell at only ji small advance
from cost. .... . MUKfab.
Detroit, October 3, 1S43. ... Iyn3
Deeds and Morgages, Justice
Blanks, &c. by the quire or single, shee
at the Book st3re of E. SAMSON.
Ypsilan li, Dec- 0. nl
fTJIHFi Suhscnber will pay CASH and
Ji. the highest price for COulN ano
RYE. EDMUNDS & Co.
, Ypsilanti, Dec. 20 1843. . '. tf
beautiful pair of Arabian Horses, a ihor-
with braS3 triminins,' also a good one horse
waggon. ... SAM UEL MURDOCK.
Ypsilanti, Jiarch 12. 1844. 13-3w.
t AyD ...
niHG Subscriber will continue the above
M business in all its branches at the ehop
of Showerman and Sanders. , Being a practi
cal workman himself and intending to employ
none but the best ofSrorkmen, he can caufi
dently assure those wBo may favor him with
their . patronage ; jhat all worlaentrusted to
his care shall be done in ihe bt manner and
on reasonable terms. , ' c.
N. B. Most kinds of Prodi. p$-a!so flour
barrel slaves wanted in payment Tor work.
. CALVIN B. BRAGG.'
Ypsilanti. jtfarch 1S44. i5tf ;
' From the Boston Chronicle, Jan, 10.
WE see by on advertrsen&at in another
column that Me'srs, Comstock A. Co.,
the American agents frr-Oldridge's Balm of
Columbia, have deputies to' Wall that article
in Boston and elsewhere. We knw a lady
in the ih this city whose hair w&s so nearly
gone as id expose entirely her phrenological
develoyements, which, considering that they
betokened a most amiable disposition was
not, in reality, very unfortunate. Neverthe
less she mourned the loss of locks that she
had worn, and, after a year's fruitless resor
to miscalled rostoratives, ' purchased, some
months' ago a bottle of or two. Of Oldridge's
Balm, and abe has now ringlets in rich profu
sion, glossy, and of raven blackness. We are
not puffing none of the commodity haa been
sent Us, and, indeed, and we do not waut any
for we have now, through its virture, hair e
enough, and of a passible quality, of our own.
. DARING. FRAUD.
The Balm of Columbia has been imitated by
notorious counterfeiter. Let it never be
purchased or used Unless it have the name of
L. S,. Comstock.or the signature of Comstock
& Co. on a splendid wrapper. This is the on.
ly external te6t that will secure the public from
deception. ; . .
Address. COMSTOCK J- Co.
Wholesale Druggists, N. Y., 21, Coanlnndi
street. . by TEAL & ALLEN.
Tb f l In Wing indispensable family remel
Ijes ranii Vfouad th .vHlajje druj stores;
tnU.?oou at e very country, store in (he state,
ltetuviuber bsver get j tLeaf , ou!e they
liaye4 the.fu&ijnile Wi joature f ...
' yuv.i.j.. u-
'"('7tJ'C n the wrappers, as aAothcrs
by the same naiueaatf baseimppeiuoha andcotinter
uiis. . If the merchant, nearest you has thein not,
urge him to procure them ct 71 MaklenJane; th
next time he visiu New York; or to write for theni.
Xo family should be m week without ihtst remdis.
BALM OF COLUMBIA.FORTIIEHAItt;
which will stop it if fuUing out, or restors'it oa lald
places ; and on clrildren make it grow rapidly, or on
those who have lost tlie hair from any cause. .. - .
ALL VERMIN that Infest the heads ofchHdraA
in schools, are prevented Or killed by it at once;
Find the name of
it, or never try it. 1 Remember' Has afwayi.'
positively cured, and all 'thrivllled mutcUt and lit
are restored, in the old or -youngv by tha IxvUm
Vegetable Elixir axd Nerve and Bon LbriMKirr-
hat never without the name of Comstock. At, Co3. Oft 'it.
are wholly prevented, or governed if tha stuck has
come on, if you'use the only trite Ifif s"Lnnja3rrroni
(&rmfoc4, $ oss.. Z l?!"!
and every thing relieved by it that admits of an out
ward application. It acts like a charm. Use it.
HORSES that have Ring-Bone, Spavin;
Wind-Galls, Ate., are cured by Roots Specific; and
Foundered horses "entirely cured by Roofs'
"Founder Ointment. Mark this, all horsemen. -
Bailey's IVIagical Fain Ex
tractor Salve. The most extraordinary
remedy ever invented for all riew.or old - "
and tores, and eore fylwl It has delighted
thousands. It will take out all pain in ten minutes
and no failure. It will cure the
LI N'Sr SPREAD 'PLASTERS'.
A better and more nice and useful article never was
made. All should wear them regularly. ' ;i
HI'S TEMPEItAliCE BITTEIlSi
on the principle of substituting the tonic in place of
the siimulant principle', which lias Yeformed so many
drunkards. To be used with V
lin's iniMy PILLS, superior to all
others for cleansing the system and the humors affect
ing the blood, and for all irregularities of the bowels,
ard the general health. Ti a f .
See Dr. LLv'ssig- ZvetptUf Cffft
nature, tnus :j
DR.SPOHN?G HEADACHE REMEDY
will effectnaTly cure sick headache, either from the
il?iTJsS2 r 0I hundreds of famihos are
' using it with great joy , ,
DPCPOHN'S ELIXIR, OF HEALTH,
f.r ihe certain prevention of taj5jgf or any
rcneral sickness ; keeping the stomach in most per
'cct order, the bowels regular, and a determination to
ihe surface, jfer!
iiins in the lone?, hoarseness, and
re quickly cared by it. Know this by' trying.
C OftNS. The French Plaster is a sure cure.
"air any thade you wish, but will not color the skin.
SABSAFARiLLA. coMsrocK's com
'OUND. EXTRACT. Theie is no other prepara
ion of S-fsx-parilla that can exceed or equal thisl
C you nre fire to get Comstock's, you will find it
uperior to all others. It does not require puffing.
will prevent .or , cure all incipient consumption
taken in time, and is a delightful remedy, itemem,-
ber the name, and get Comstock's.
eradicate all VVAtlriiTI I in fchildren or adults
with a certainty quite astonishing. It is the same as
that made by Fahncs'lock, and sells with a rapidity
almost incrbdible', by Cotnitock Co., New Yorkl
TOOTH MOPS.-KLINE'Sureefiectuaiiy: 1
Entpml accohtinr to act of Conerrfw. in t)i tw 1941 hjCamimrl
Sr Cc in tlMsClcrk'i office of the Southern District of Saw York!
By applying to our agents in each town and
village, papers may be had free, showing the most
respectable names in the country for these facts, sd
that no one can fail to believe them.
fJ3-Be sure yon call for onr articles, and hoi
be pat off with any stories, that others are as
good. HAVE THESE OR NONE, should be
your ntOttoani these never can be true end genuine
without our names to Utem. All these articles to be'
had wholesale and retail only of us.
1 Maiden-Lane, New York, and of onr ageata
TEAL & ALLEN, r Agents. ;
f jr the sale of the above medicines. ' '
Yosdanti, Juue 7, 1341. ; . j i .. i : "; ' j