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' al, and the "orrible state of society" in New Or
I leans, in particular. A".' Y Picayune.' 0 '. Foreign N ews - Arrival of the Cambria. JV.i iThe Shortest Passage Across the Atlantic! : The royal mail steamer Cambridge arrived at Bos ' toh last evening,' having made' the passage from V Liverpool to Halifax in about nine days, and to : jBoaton in eleven days and nine hours the short eat on record.; ' ' 1 The Orange processions of the 12th of July in Ireland had been attended by riots; in one in- I , stance Armagh, resulting in the loas of one life and the wounding of several persons. Tho Liv erpool New Letter says: 1 It appears from a!! accounts, and even from the admissions of Air. O'Connell, that in the actual ' collision the Orangemen only acted as all men, under the circumstances, would have done. The couduct of the Roman Catholics in being the ag- ' gressors was, Mr. O'Connell declares, such as to disentitle them to "any sympathy or support from j the repealers." V . v The proceedings in Parliament had been chief ly of a local kind. Some points, however, are p woih noticing. . 7 In the (louse of Lord?, on the 3rd inst. the Earl of Aberdeen laid on tho table a bill to give effect to the convention lately entered into between this country and Brazil fur the suppessioti of the slave trade, which was read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time on Monday. ' On the following evening, in the House of com mons. Sir Hubert Peel slated that the number of American vessels searched since the conclusion of the treaty of Washington had been very consider , able, and that the utmost cordiality and good feel ing existed between the American squadron on the coast of Africa and our own. (Hear, hearO The Quarter's Reuenue. The revenue returns fur the year and qiarter ended the 5ili inst., have just been published. They exhibit a considerable decrease, on the quarter in the custom and excise deprrtment, occasioned by reductions of duties, but not to anything like the amount calculated by Sir Jl. Peel. . The total amount of decrease is JE51 9,- , 695, u imely JS369.6S7 for the Customs, calcuU ted by Sir It. Peel at JG503.000, and for the ex ' cise, in which Sir Hubert expected a falling off of 223,000 on the quarter, a decrease of XI 49, J03, ' Ou the year there is an increase of 347,178, on the quarter u decrease of i 33,347. I lie -pest othctt has inc eaed Xi.UUll on . the Year, while the quarter's return is identical with that . of 1344, exhibiii'it neither increase nor decrease. ' Train, the Pittsburgh Gazette. Awfttll Tlirillius Situation. Narrow Escape of 100 Persons. We do ' not romerab.-r to have hturd for a long time, the ' particulars of a more exciting a .id thrilling t scape 'from death, by one hundnd persons, than uc--cur;ed on .Monday night July 2 let. We have nentioued the severe eiorm of rain, lightning and ihunder, which occurred on that night. The .-sleam boat Louis McLane, one of the passenger Jj packets ru ining to Drownvillr, had left the city that evening on her way up, with over eighty naasenes, beslies the crew and others, and had -;got w ithin a short distance of Wi!iani-port, when a hurricane struck her broadside, u the mi of the river. Its force may be appreciated when -we mention that a grove of Locust tres were twis ted off ut the top, olhars at the centre, and others . flattened with the ground. Catching the boat with a tremendous force, it instantly keeled her over ; 4ul providentially t that place the water was very -shallow, and itistetd of capsizing wholly, the weight of the b at came down on the larboard .guard, which struck the bottom and presented her careeuing over entirely. Let any one ima gine the horror of the scene ; the Lghtning was tflishing on every side, the rain cams pouring -down, and the boat laying on bersdie, part ef her forward cabin nearly dfbtrnyed, oiie chimney o. Tetboad, the other on the roof, the crowd of pas sengers who jumped from their births hurled to one side of the cabin in a Miass, the mulshing . of ' ivery decanter, tumbler, cup. plate, &e.' in the ibar and pantry, the crash of the stoves in the cab in and cock house against the siJes, the whizzing of tho steam and revolutions of the engines, the shrill shrieks and cries of the women and children, iho hoarse call of the men, the shouts and ordtis of the officers, all raising together as if in contest with the wiid tempest as it lushed by, the light--fiing as it glared, and tho rain as it felV and we anay form some conception of the aw fulness of the occurrence. It is frightful to thiik of i The boat axu righted, and the officers were -enabled to get her to Brownsville. The captain, E. Bennet, was in the P:Iot house at the time.and " -acted 'with heroic promptness. One of the engi neers, : we arc informed, fled from his post, but he other stood firm, and by gieat exertion slop- Died the engine he was at, and then managed to get to the other and stop it !sc. When the cook's fc-tore was thrown against the side, ;he fire was thrown out : but fortunately the cook house being od the guard under waier.the fire was extinguish ' ed ; had it been on the upper side, very probably, jji the confusion, the boat would have taken fire. -'That the boilers did not roll from their places o. rerboard is almost a miracle. None of the passengers were very much injur ed, though many of them were some bruised. "A number cfPittsburgers were on boards The createst anxiety was manifested on the arrival of n ... t - f i the McLaneal Brownsville to hear trom me con sul, as it was feared she had been cnught and be- "inga weaker boat than the McLane,' would have been wrecked. ;' She escaped however. The ' McLane h so much injured, it is thought several weeks will bo required to repair her : meanwhile 'the Adelaide has taken her place in the line. STATE OF MICHIGAN gg "ITN Attachment be .ConaT of, Washtenaw. ;.i S 11 fore C. H. Van cleve Esq. a justice ot the Peace in and for said Wash, tentw county, " .? John Larzelere, 1 - ' : -- , . ; Dauiel Larzeleae, - " ' - . ' v, -U TS, ; . . i .!:!. ; 1 .Gorshora Seeley J u : . Notice u hereby given, that a wrii of attachment has been issued in the above entitled cause against the goqds, chatties, right and credits of tho above named defendant and absent and non resident debtor, and that said cause has been adjourned for trial until the 31st daj of October A. D. .1945 at one o'clock in the after noou o( said day, at the office of said Justice in YpsU land, in said county. JOHN Y. LARZELERE. - - ' DANIEL LARZELERE. .Dated, July, 31st, 1845. . ... - NOTICE is hereby gtyen, that w e the undersigned having been appointed by the Hon. Judge of Pro. bate for lb e conn y of Washtenaw, commissioners, to receive and examine all claims of Ci editors against the Estate of Asa Peck deceased, will meet at tue of fice of J- Goodwill, Esq. in the village of Ypsilanti on the 17th day of September on the 17 ih day of October, on the 17th day ol November and on the 10th of Decern ber next ensuing, at 10 o'clock in ihe forenoon on each of the above named days at the place, and for the pur. pose aforesaid. JOHNSON GOODWILL. ) JAMES VANDERBILT. Commiss J AMES E. MARVIN. J ioners. Ypsilanti, Aug. 6h 1845. Grand Iliver Plaster, Barrel of Grand Iliver Plaster just received and for sale at the Depot by NORUIS & FOLLETT August. 6, 1845 - 23tf Hartford Fire Insurance Office. July 24. 1815, THE recent destructive fire in New jYork will of course excite solicitude in regard to its effect on the solvency of insurance companies in that city and the neghboring places. The Directors of the Hartford Fire Insurance Company are happpy to assure their customers and the public, that they are prepared to adjust and pay at maturity, all losses sustained by their oflice'lrom their surplus fands and current receipts, without delay, and without withdrawing their perma nent investments. Their capital remains ample for the security of all who insure with them; and they invite owners of desirable property to obtain Polices on favorable terms, both at the Home Office and at their several agencies. Their mode of transacting business which for 33 years past has secured the public confi dence, will remain unchanged. Py order of the Board of Directors. JAMES G, BOTTS. Secretary, NORRIS & FOLLETT. Agcntt. Ypsilanti, Michigan, Aug. C. Look Out For Fires. The late destructive Free in different plabes through, out our country should warn all to be prepared for the devouring eleine.it. The subscribers as agents of the Hartford Fire Ensnrance, and the Columbus, (Ohio,) Fire and Marine Irsurance companys are prepared to issue policies wkhout delay upon all descriptions of property, both in the Village and County, and on goods, Wares and Merchandise in tianeition upon Lakes, Ca nal and Rivers. NORRIS & FOLLETT. Ypsilanti Ang. G. 184 J. ' 28lf. Oneway QnelPrice E GRANT would respectfully inform his old ens. tomers that he has returned to Ypsilanti with an asaettments of GOODS which ha will offer at his old stand at low prices for ready pay, and. to all persona for the same price . at retail, Any patronage from old or new customers will ba thankfully received. All are luvited to call and examine his assortment and prices'. Ypsilanti, July 22, 1745. . 26 3tn . Brugs and Medicines & SAMSON. WOULD respectfully invite the attaniion of thtj citizens of Ypailanti and vicinity to bis stock of Lfruga ana jueaictnet which comprise almost every ar ticle usually cauea tor, among which may be found Acids, all kinds Lemon syrup Ammonia " Le8d Af L i Lozenges, medicated Alcohol Morphine sulphate Antimony, crude and white chine80K 11 BEAT WESTIBIIBN JHOf'Efe At THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPBlLANTL ; !.;! I ST If ilS : ; i ;:Wvt u .ir -j i r-r.-fr.Vn4 WOULD Respectfully inforrn his friends and the public generally; that h has taken tfeljabottf veil known stand; where be U hbW prepared to receive their calls. ' . , " ' J.r'f HliS, TABLES, will always afford an abundance of food to the hutigryj IIIS BEDS, rem in the weary ; and his BAR, whatever the present svtem bf "No License", will allow to the thirsty. II IS STABLES, are also well supplied, and he flatters himself that nothing is now Wanting trj give his guests the highest satisfaction at the most moderate pricer . l i t ' BOARDING, ; On the most moderate terms by the day, week, rHohth or yeaf VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. For &alc. fMIE Subscriber will sell for cash or a part cash down, his residence in the village of Ypsilanii, situated a few rods west of the Presbyterian Church, ou the Chicago road, consisting of about four acres . , J of best quality of lands, Dwelling House and out buil luuie diiis, a in tuperb order, together with an exieDsive assortment ot best quality offruit trees ef almost eve ry variety congenial to th climate of Michigan. ALSO A well-arrmged and finished law office, to cether with other valuable village property also a first rate eighty acre lot situate about one mile from the village, also one eighty acre lot in the county of Ionia. All or any part of which will be sold on tho most favorable terms. For the particulars of which enquire of the subscriber at his office. VV. A. BUCKBKE Ypsilanti, August 4t, 1345. . 2;tf YPSILANTI Shrine of Fashion. THE Subscriber would inform his friends and the I ublic generally, that he has commenced business in Ypsilanti, directly office of Vancleve &. Co. where all orders in the TAILORING LINE will be executed with accuracy, neatness and dispatch. His long familiarity with the business, together with a strict attention to the taste and wishes of his custom ers, and every material change of fashion, will bo a sufficient guarrantee to his friends and patrons, that all I orders, whether of a fine and ornamental, or coarse and substantial kind ; will be done in a durable and trusty manner. The subscriber would further state, that he intends to employ none but experienced journeymen which he thinks will be an additional motive to all thoso who have garments to make to give him a call rather than to have them pass into tho hands of children and ap. i prentices. ii. u. x,asy coats ana garments ot every aiscnption for fanners nod laboring men, cut on shori notice and warranted in all cases. J. R. WALKER. Ypsilanti, July 2ath 1S15. v . 27tf. by Salt! Salt!! Salt!!! . BARRELS Salt just received in prime order from the Syracuse salt works and for sale low July 22,- 27tf JC. 5AM SON. fLefusso employ our youth that the very old 8"e, tvbich vi ill deprive us of attention from the eyes of the women, . shall enable us ' to replace what. we have lost with something better, from tf.c ears of the men." . i Pat, roe honey, and what war i ye loved best or ony thin "in ould Ireland?" Och sure was a maly pratiV. And what nixt Pat ! Why a ma ly pratio ia Ameriky, you spalpeen. Epsom Salts and Flo'r Suipher MAY be had for one shilling per pound at the DYpe Store ot. E. SAMSON. Yppilanii, July 28, 1845, 27tf A pure article of fourth proof Brandy. LD PORT. Maderia. and Malaga WINES, and Holland Gin, kept constantly for Medicinal uses. JuJy,d, 184o,a?tf E.SAMSON. by Important News. SAMSON, Authorised agent for the sale of the genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Buch. ana Hungarian balsam, . rollers Olosaonian, Jaynes Expectorant Syrcp.JUowands Improved Tonfc Mixture Coms:ock & Co'a. Medicines, including Oldridgea Balm Columbia, Connels Pain Extractor, Hays Lini ment, 'Extract of Sarsaparilla, yc ccc. Shermans Lozenges and Plasters, Deans Chemical Plaster Jew Davids or Hebrew Plaster, Dalleys Pain . Fxtractor, Fosgates and Godfreys Cordial. Fahnestocka Vermifuge Bnstols Sarsaparilla. Osgoods India CnoIagogue.Wash injton Elixor, Eastern Tonic, Allebasi'a Medicines, Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills, Gregoiys, Pbimieys, Smiths University and Smiths Sugar Coated, Rush's, Halsteds.. Herricks, Peters Resurrection or Persian, Muscovetus, Tomato, Lccs, Moffats, and Picra Pills. A supply of the above always ou hand. Aqua Ammonia Aquafortis duplex Arrow root Arsenic Alum Annalto Adhesive Salve Antique oil African Cavonne, Balsam Fir, do Honey do Life do Hourhound do Capaiva do Tola Bath Brick Brimstone Blacking Beeswax Eorvx refined Bronze yellow and white Bears oil Burgundy pitch British plaster Black lead Blue Pill rrass Blue vitriol Blue Smalt British Lustre Black sand Bottles, various kinds Blood root Babary bark British oil. Calomel, English Camphor Carbonate, iron do Magnfeia. Calcined magnesia Castor oil Caustic Lunar Cinnamon -Copperas Corosive sublimate Cream Tartar. Croton oil Carmine Creosote Cardamon seed Caraway seed Chalk, red and while Conserve roses Cochineal Colchicum root Coriander seed Court plaster Col umbo root Cantharides Corks, large and small Cephalic enuS Crocus Castile soao Confectioneries Dovers powders Digitalis Fol Essences, all kinds Emery coarse and fine. Ergot Extract Colocynth comp. do Hyosciamus do Lemon Elixir paregoric do vitriol Fpsoni salts Eye water Flowers Chamomile do Sulplier Fol Senna Ginger root do ground Glue Gold Leaf Godfreys Cordial Glauber Salts Gum opium do Aloes de Gamboge do Galbanum do Scammony do Shellac do Benzoin do Assafcetida do Copal do Kino do Myrrh do Irabec do Tragacanth Gall Nuts Hiera Picra Hydriodate Potass Harlem oil Herbs dried Hive syrup Hot drops or No C Honey Iceland moss Iodine Isinglass Ink Powder Indigo Spanish float Indelible ink Ipicac ppwdered Ivory Buck James Powders Jujube paste Juniper Berries Jalap powdeied Laudanum Liquorice paste do Refined Mustard seed Muriate soda Matches Mace Nux Vomica Nutmegs Nervine . Nitre Oil Peppermint do Wintergreen do Spearmint do Cinnamon do Ania do Cubebs do Cloves do Lavender .. do Wormwood do Wormseed do Tanzy do Olive or sweet . do Hemlock do Caraway do Origanum do Spike do Juniper do Spruce do Horeemim do Almonds do Castor do Sassafras do Vitriol do Roses do Rosemary do Lemon do Pennyroyal do Balsam do Amber do Fireweed Ointment Mercurial Oxalic Acid Orange Peel Opodeldoc, Steers do Liquid Orris root Oxyd Bismuth Paregoric Powdered Aloes Powdered Cubebs do Babary do Peruvian Bark do Cantharides do Rhubarb Prepared Chalk Pumice Stone Pink Root Preston Salts Plaster various ltinda Pill boxes, wood tin, paper Phosphorus Pearl ashes Putty . Prussian Blue Quicksilver Quassia Rasa Rad Gentian do Rhei do Columbo do Sarsaparilla do Scilla do Valerian Red Precipitate Red oxid iron, Rosin Roso Pin Rochelle Salts Rotten Stone Rose Water Sulphate Quinine do Zinc do Copper Super Carbonate Soda. Saleratun SaltPetre Spirits Nitre do Lavender compound do Turpentine Salts Lemon Sponge, coarse and fine Sugar of Lead Syrup squills Syringes all sizes Saffron Sedleitz Powders Sal Soda Starch Tartaric Acid Tarter Emetic Tamarind Terra de Scinna j.onca Beans Tooth Powder Tinctures various kinds Umber Turkey Unguentura Vermillion, Eng. do Chinese Venice Turpentine Vials assorted Vitriol White . do Blue Varnish copal '" do Leather do Shellac Verdigris ground) White mustard White wax r'ne of Antimony White 8C?ip Water colors . Wafers assorted & Si K (Dm IE EIE - HE would also inform the public that bis stock of Groceries in the basement fcf ihe " dreaiWet tern" comprises every article of family Use, such as - ... Salt, Fish, Pork, Sugar, Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea-, Snu ft. Coffee, SalaratdsY Naih? Dried Apples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, &e. &c. - v OCT" Also Pure Wine and Liquors of the best quality for Medicinal use-.jj All of which will be sold FOR CASH at the lowest possible priced IN the Great Western basement, (west side) where tan bo found Pies, Cakes, tacVerrj, Fruitai iuis, iyigars, lvetron aic, ouu i ucci, jtacainocaif, aiwiuing me traveler au agree able retreat while waiting tno arrival ana aepanare 01 tno vais ana Clage. YPSILANTI, April 30, 1843. 14tf. ivTiss i J.VJL her friends, and the pablic generally, that she has resumed her business, of Millinery and Drett ma king, at her former stand on Congreet Street, above Larzelere's Block;, where she will be happy to receive the orders of all who may favor her with their cuit6m. Patterns of the latest style regularly received. , April 12. 1845. I2tf M1 New arid Splendid Millinary Goods. ISS F. NICHOLS, wishes to inform the citizens of Ypsilafcti and ita vicinity that she has just re ceived from the East, a splendid assortment ef MILLINARY GOODS. which she will dispose of cheap (tit cash and "ready pay. She has also procured a good Foreman, by which the Dresa-making business will be conducted with neat, ness and despatch. ' . . ' tT Bonnets dressed mthe neatesi, latest end most fashionabfe Style. N, B. All orders attended to without delay. Ypsilanti, June 11. 1815. IDri. SURGEON DENTIST it. v. AauiiLi, nas removed lll 77 Mb office a few doors north of A 4? S i e i :-j u.. tx Allnn. wlirrtt Kf cnn't'niiPR tr nor form all operations in the variovs branches (Dentistry "car named in an instrument which has been pre POIITUAIT PAINTING. F. JTmETCALF, V WOULD respectfully inform the Ladies ant) Gentlemen of Ypsilanti that he has topened a room over T. Champion's Store, where he offers his services to the public as a - - s- portrait pAiirl'isii. ..t Mr. M. flatters himself that his experience at an Artist, arid the assurances which he can give of qualification &e. , will be satisfactory, aud ensure bim a genetotis patronage. Ladies and Gentlemen are invited to call ami examine "specimens. . N. B" Likenesses always warranted. ' YosiUnti.Julv 12. 1S45. ' . , STATE OF MFCHIGAN (. Washtenaw County . (6.. . . . ; At a session of the Probate cdurit for said county held at the Pi obate office in Aun Arbor, on the 3d day of July, A. D 1845. Present Samuel P. Fuller, Judge ot Probate in the matttt of the Estate of James ffarr, de. ceased. . ... . Upon filing the petition of Thomaa K. Andrews, ihe Viz: Extracting, Cleansing, and filing decayed Teeth. with Go'.d or Tin ; setting teeth on Gold Plate or Pivot according to the latest improvements, all operations Warranted. Ypsilanti, May 17, 1845- ltf. A Cash Job 1EALED PROPOSALS will be received by the 5 Common Cockcho" the Village of Ypsilanti, rtntil the first day of July next, for excavating a ditch about , . - For farther specifications, erade &c. re- i he"iaS atoresaid,to the end that the next of kin to said sentcd to sad court, purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased, . prayurg that said instru ment may be proved, allowed and recorded, as the last will and testament of said deceased It is ordered fhat Monday the twenty-erghth day of July, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day at the Probate 6Ace in Ann, Arbor, in said ccrunty be the time and place assign ed forbearing and taarng the proof of aald wilk And it is further ordered that said jj'etftionet tatrso a copy of this order o be pubtiahed in any rmbfre newspaper printed in said county, once in each Week for threi one hendred and fortv rods in Ien?th. and six feet wide successive weeks previous to the Ume assigned lor the at the bottom-. fer to Dclo3 !iowerman where tho same may be seen, attd where proposals may be la'fr. By Order of the Common Council. T. M. TOWN Pres. D. Showehmax, Rec. : ' Ypsilanti June 10th, 1845. 19tf The time for receiving the above proposals fs far ther postponed until the fifloenih inst. T. M. TOWN, Prest, D. Showermas, Recorder. ( Ypsilanti, July 1. 1845. i deceased aud all persons interested in said etate,having ODjecuons to the fro bate of satd will may ihcu and there appear and make the same known if t hey think fit; a true copy.) . S. P, FULLER. Judge ef Probate. Indiana House BY A. LEADBEATEIl, On Atwaler 'Street letween Bales aud Randolph DETROIT . naiHIS HOUSE has just been opened bnder the niost JL flattering auspices, is thoroughly repaired and otherwise materially improved, and is placed in order for the reception and entertainment of travellers, at the low price, of . 25 els. per meal, or 62 1-2 els. per day for board. Gentlemanly and obliirinj? porters will be at all the conveyances to take charge ot baggage for guests of the house Passengers and their baggage conveyed to and from the house free of ehotge. ' D"A ubare of public patronage is respectfully soli, cited. Detroit I-?45 22 Eagle Ifi o tel.- AVON SPRINGS, LIVINGSTON COUNTY. N. Y. fTTHlS Hotel having undergone repairs the U ' past winter, is now opened by the subscri ber, r ihe recepliou of company. . A Piazza of 1C0 feet in length, has been added to Ihe front and northen end of tho bouse, from which an ad vantageous view maybe had of some of the most beau, tiful of the Genesee river flats, belonging to the exten sive and productive farms of Edward A. Le Roy and Thomas II, Newbo'id, Esq Sundry alterations having been made in this house, he will be enabled to accom modate an increased number of guefrts. As at present arranged, it is eaqually epacions and convenient af fording an agreeble, quiet home to the invalid, and a pleasant temporary resort to those seeking pleasure. Every attentirn will be paid by him to the accommoda tion and wishes of visitors, and attentive waiters will be in constant readiness to serve them. . An Omnibus and Coaches will be constantly employ, ed in the conveyance of his boarders to and from the Suipher Springs. A carriage will be ready on the sr4 rival of the rogular day lines of Packet Boats on the Genesee Vally Caual from Rochester, to convey visitors to his house, free. . . Horses and Crriages and Saddle Horses will, be fur. nished at short notice. ' , - O. COMSTOCK. July 1st,' 1845. ALSO Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, Lard Oil, Curriers Gil. and a full assortment of PAINTS constantly on hand of the best quality together with DYE WOODS and DYE STUFFS. Brushes of all sizes, besides many other articles in the above line not mentioned, all of which is offered to the public at very low prices and all articles warranted good. Thankful for the very liberal patronage he has heretofore received, he hopes by.strxct attention to business, low prices and a good assortment of articles to merit a continuance ot the same. Physicians from the country supplied as hereto fore with medicines upon the roost reasonable terms and particular attention paid to thoputtiug up of med ical prescriptions and orders. . c N B.' Most kinds of Country proauce and. paper rags taken in exchange for goods. July 23, 1&45. MOSES L ESPERANCE, would inform his friends, and the public generally, that he has re. tnmed and resumed his business of House, Carriage, and ign painting. He may be found at his shop, op. posiie Hawk in's Hotel, where he will be happy to see his former patrons, and all who may desire his service. Wednesday July 24th- 1845, ..... . , Franklin Mouse. BKOA D WAY NEW YOR K., ' fin HE Proprietors of this establishment respectfully JL inform their trfenJa and tho public, that tha'y nave leased the same for a term of years. - The tmase Vs ait. nated corner of Broadway and Dey.Sireet and is desir. ably located r those, traveling on bilsiness ;r for pleasure. The subscribers are grateful for the liberal patronage they have heretofore received and looe to merit a continuance of the same. Newton hayes. . john p. tre vdwel.l July Tt'a, 184$. : , , .V , . - 24 7. FreshGroceries. rjpfJE FOLLOWING articles of (iroce riea JJ will be sold very low by the Subscriber for ready pay, viz: ' Old Hyeon Tea, - ? - . Yonug do ' Lr grara Coffee, ' ' ' ' v:,s -JaVa " - do ;.' ' ' ; .r . Moscavado & Havana Sugafs: ": 4 Lump and Clarified - do; ' ; i ' I bbl. fine clean Rice' ' - - I bbl. good Vinegai-, " ' ' ' Honey Dew and paper tofeac'ccV' ;; Thosfe wishing to purchase are respectfully' mv i'tcd" ,r '!. ... IX U. GOODWILL. Ypsnanti JJy 2, 1843; T PfTJn the momh of arc note sighed by iu M"',' fd' frtX dollars, d"ated ihe fbflrth of March. 184j, payable In lU month of Oc tober next. All persons are cautioned against buying said note as i.otice of the toss has hn t k- . - J AS. SANDERS. ker msu a 3 CAME jnto the enclosure of the sub scriber on or about tho 7th or four year old ' - BAY HORSE,.. ; with a White strip in his face and tin& whit hind foot. . '.: :- The owner ta requested to prove' property sjrid pay charges and take him away Ypsilanti, July 8, 1S45. , T 3. SPRAGUBw . Blanks! Blanks!! Blanks! J jstices Blanks, Road Warrants l-c; for safe at this Office.- " . ' 1 ' "WJOTICE All persons indebted to J. Y. Larzelere JLNI & Co either by note or book account are request ted to settle the same before the first day October nex and save cost. ... 26tf : OLD PAPERS ; ANY quantity; of old Newspapers suitable for wrapping paper for sale by the dozen at this office MONEY fmUE Subscriber will pay CASH and the' JLL highest price for CORN , and RYE. EDMUNDS dc Co Ypsilanti, Dec. 20 l84. " tf Copartnership. THE Subecribers having entnr into copartnership m the practice of medicine 'and L surgery, would respectlully tender their profwsional servrseft to the In habitants ot Ypsilanii and vicinity.-Oaice, in Laue lere's Block opposite UawkinV Hotel. ' " Ypsilanti, July 2?A. J 845, P. DAVIS. VV. PATTISON.