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' . L. ' ' .. r ' . . : no car fur miMtc.Sam, but she had an eye for di'rfc - At we hav. been expecting fur some time, Mex . J nnnr f ..... milch . ico has nt length declared war against the United States.' Can the "Pemocrats,Vad their eoadju tora now aee any difference between the Mr Polk nil Mr Clay on this - subject ? f Can they now ce tho difference between Texas ou any terms,' and Texas 'without war' and when they see the array cf the United States increased ar.d maintain d at tho expense of the North to fight the unjusi batt!e9 of Texas, will they call the teraw fair and equal? Andjwhcn the older, more inta'ligen!, more republican and morn, patriotic state of the North are eclipsed in the Gverumt-nf,'and iheir interests prostrated before Southern slavery, and in self defence art) compelled, n will be their bright and iheir duty" to "alter or abolish" the Union which instead i.-f a blessing," will have be. como a curse to them, will thpy call it "the com mon conseni 7" Hut we have not tiino for ccni mcut, below we :ive the riffing! bullet in. OFFICE OF AVAR AND MARINE. SECTION OF OPEKATIONS. Ciecxtlar. The United Slates have" con summated the perfidy against Mexico, by sanction ing tho decree which declares ths annexation of the department of 1 exr.s to thai Republic. - The injustice of that usurpation is apparent, and Mexico cannot tolerate such a grave injury with out making an fforl to prove to the United Slates poor ever seen as much dirt in my house ns a fly couldn't brush off with his wings. Boslin gals may boaxt of their spinets and their cj'ars, and their eyetah tan airs, and their cars for music but give. me ihu g il, 1 say. that has an eye for dirt, and she's tie gal for my money ' WHIG STATE COX VUA'TION.' The Whig of the several Counties in Ihe State are tequcsted to appoint deletes tomnet mCon vention nt JACKSON on WcdnesfUv; the SEV ENTEENTH day oSEPTEMDER next, at 3 o'clock V. M.fior the purpose of nominating can. didates" for the rflice of Governor and Lieutenant Governor at thb ensuing " November election. Each county will be entiled lo n number of Defe cates equal to doub'e the number cf its repreta lives in the legislature. Such other business as may b deemed imcesstry will also be transacted. A full attendance is earnestly requested. Detroit Aug. 11.1845. J. M. HOWARD. 1 I F. A. HARDING, j Whig State S. BARSTOW, j- Central - : D. SMART. Committee. J NO. OWEN. J Keep in the dark ! cay nothing ! ! rrf'tHE report 19 boirrr circulated that yon cau get H OSGOOD'S INDIA COLAGnUE at the Drug Jayncs Expectorant. FRESH tupply of Dr. Jaynes .Expectorant Car niiintive, 1 onic Vermifucc, Hair Tonic and San- aiive Tills, just received and ior sale by. Wm. A. IIEARTT.&Co. Awful and sudden Fall. avo declined past thev are now the possibility of her ab:lity to cause her riglrts to I flor.e A' 06 Wl.Mr'M P"r , " . . i bottle, also Dr. Jorix SArriGrojrs jnsrry celebrated Fe. - . rer and Ague Pills, price one dollar tYumnis oujecr, me cupreme woTprnmrsu iias resolved upon a declaration of war against that power, seeing lhatour forbearance, instead of being- received as h proof of our friendly deposition, has teen interpreted into a i acknowledged impos sibility on ur part to carry on a Micees'sl'iil war. . Such an error, on i1ih part of the Uni'cd S ates, will bo advantageous to Mexico, uvcaiis, suddenly ahandoniug its pacific attitude, it will to-mrrrow communicate to Cnngrt ss the declaration of war. and excite the patriotism of i's citizens to sustain the dignity of the nation, and ilio ., intrgrity of its territory, now treacherously attacked, in. utter dis regard of all guarantiee recognized in this enlight ened age. ; '' ' v " . You will readily- npprr ciate the importance of this subject, aud thu . necessity of - preparing the troops uncli i your command to m.irch to any pi.int which may require orotection against these most opened a PAINT SHOP in the upper part of Joseph ii-liuf nirTrpiii "''--"- ' Stockdale'a wa gon shop on North Huron strcet.where J "rn I am directed by tho provincial President, to en- TO rSOM. SALTS and Flour Selphor ltai Ei J 20 per cent within two weeks past th sold for rn cents a pound ky Wm. A. HEART I', J- Co. Zarzeltres Clock. JTeio 'Establishment. House, Carriage, Sign and Ornamen tal Painting. FTTMIE Subscriber takes this method to inform the 0 ciiizena of Ypsilanti and vicinity, that he has now OnelPay OneJPrice E GRANT would respectfully inform, hia old ens- lomers that he has returned to Ypsilanti with an assertments of GOODS which be wilt offer at hia 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 be thankfully received All are iuviledto call and examine his assortment and prices. Ypsilanti, July 22, 1745. . . . 26 3m Drugs and Medicines E. SAMSON. WOULD respectfully invite ilie attention of. the citizens of Ypsilanti and vicinity to bis stock of Drvgs and Medicines which comprise almost every ar ticle usually called tor, among which may be iound Acids, all kinds xmon eyru Ammonia Lead f'"". Lozenpcs, medicated Alcohol Morphine sulphate Antimony, crude and whne Musk Chinese join upon. you as n general in-chief of your divis ion, and as a citizen of this republic, to hold your elf in readiness to repel thoe whtiseck the rum of Mexico. The government U occupied in covering Ihe Afferent points ou the froiriers, and in collecting the necessary means, sa th it nothing may le wan ling to thoso whose glory it will be to defend the sacred rights oi their country. I have tho honor to communicate fur your in telligence, and to direct your conduct. God aud L berty. 2L xico. July 17, 1845. OAUUA CONDE. i- Here futlus a circular lo the subordinates in o flier Alithe Mexican vessels now in port hav ob tained tneir clearances from tiie Cutom IIoue, t with the exception ot tne scuooner uelautpago. A. O, Bee. fJOWe have in Wednesday's Union a lng tiocumeut as a "General Order, from Georye Rj'.icroft, 'containing a copy of a verdict and sen tence ti the'Courl Martial in, the case of Capt. Voorhees. Tti substuncc is given in the follow, ing letter. 'Tribune Navy Departmkxt, Aug. 12,' 1845. Sir: The naval Get-eral Court Martial of which Capt. Charles Stewart was president, and before , which you were arranged ou a charge of disobe dience, with five specifications, after a most care ful nod laborious - investigation, did, on the 24th d.iv of June lat, find you guilty of every specifi cation, and guilty of the chargp, and' sentenced you to be reprimanded itt general order by tho Secretary of the Navy, and to be suspendud for the term of three years from that date. The offi cer ordering the com t has approved iheir verdict and confirmed their sentence. You are therefore suspended from command. In carrying into effect the remainder of the sen tence, I could desire not to add one word lo the judgement' of the Court," with" whose members you have 6o long been associated in the service. Uut. justice to our own government, the relations of amity subsisting with th Argentine Republic, our avowed policy of neutrality between foreign belligerents, respects for tho rights of a foreign fla", a firm adhesion to the humane principles of t the modern code of maritime law, ever advocated and insisted on bv tho American people, the ddter-1 initiation lo demand nothing but. wbfit is right he intends carrying on the above-named business in all branches with punctuality and despatch. Fajats prepared to order arid for sale. All orders lroru the country punctually attended to. WASHINGTON CLARK. Ypsilanti, Aug. 20. 1845. 30 3m' gTRAVED or stolen from the sub- 3 scriber in the Township of Ypsjlanfi, on the night of the 41 Ii just, one seven oreiht years old LIGHT DAY MAKE with one white hind fwt, wide white 6tri? in the face up to her eyes. Two white rpots on the back made by a saddle, black main and tail. Any per?on who will give notice where she may be found or return eajj mare, will be handsomely re. warded. JOSEPH BROWN. Ypsilamj. Aug. 19. 1315. Ypsilanti -Seminary. THIS INSTITUTION was opened in 4uaust 1814 and Chartered by the last Legislature. The number of students in attendance has been ISO. The Propri etors r turn their grateful acknowledgments for this liberal shart of public patronage; and pledge their ef forts to make the Institution worthy of future confi dence. Persons wishing to pursue a CoJIegiaie course of Education, or prepare for the practical business of Life, will find equal and ample opportunities. English, Classic, & Orname.xtai. education will be furnished to Young Ladies; and strict attention paid to the morals und deportment of the students. . The Academic year is divided into two terms of 22 weeks each, commencing on the first Monday of Sept. andthe second in Feb. and closing with a public Ex amination.' 1 i ' Tuition, . from 3,00 to S 6,00 ; board, room-rent &. fire-wood S 14 per quarter of 11 weeks. Lessons in music, including the use of instrument. 8,00 tuition to be paid invariably by the middle cf the quarter. No deduction made for absence except in cases of sick uess. -' Rifebencs is made to the visiting committee in this village: also Rev. James Inglis and M. Sandford De troit ; D. Barret, Monroe; A. Tucker, Adrian; J. I. Fulton. Tecumaeh ; J. Booth, Clinton, G. W; Harris, Jackson; W. Allen, Ann Arbor; J. Wisner, North, ville ; James Fyper, Pontine. Prof. Wm. L. EATON, . . , MARY B. F. BROWN. FmclPals L. II. MOORE. I p , Wm.A.MOORE. PrPr,e!0" YPSILANTI lirinc of Fashion. THE Subscriber would inform his friends and the public generally, that he has commenced business in Ypsilanti, directly oppoehe the office of Vancleve & Co. where all orders in the TAILORING LINE v" J . ..: . i . 1 J: .-I. especiah from a power weaker than our own . . fnmi.Ur:. w;th thp ,...:.. to:-eth.r wirh compel me to disavow aud reprove jour conduct, . 8trict attention to the taste and wishes of his custom as set forth in the charge and . specihatious of which rou have been found guilty. This letter of reprimand will be published in a general order.' I am, respectfully, &c. " . , Capt .Phillip F. Voobhkes. L Navy. ."August Elections. Our opponents have 1 it . tie occasion to rejoice oyer the Jate: elections. Aided as they have been by the most propitious circumstances and epecial!y by the signal advatr tage of their ' recent national success, they have yet been uiiablo to hold hclr own ' in Congress. iTbe following ia a summary of the results in the: several states which have just held tbeir elections: ers, and every material change of fashion, will be sutTicient guarrantee to his friends and patrons, that all 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 addifional motive to all those who have garments to make to give him a call rather than to have them pass into the hands of children and ap prentices.' ' N. B. Easy coats and garments of every discription for farmers and laboring men, cut on phuri' notice and warranted in all cases. J.R.WALKER.' Ypsilanti, July 2Sth 1815. ' , . ; - 27tf. 1SI3 J345 , . W. L. F. . W. L.F North Carolina., i ,4 , 4 , . 3 . 5 : Indiana, . 3 ,7 . -. . .2 .7 Alabama, ; ; 16 1 6 Tennessee,-. v .-" j-. ( 5 0 5 6 Kentucky, . :5 . - 5 . r . 8 ; 2 I " Yt 20 -19' 26. ' Here Is a whig gain of tico congressmen, - and thit too at the South, where the Texas iniquity appealed direcily to the pockets and the prejudi ces of the electors in favor of Locofocoisra. It is certainly ftr better than anticipated. 92 by Salt! Salt!! Salt!!!,, . BARRELS Salt just received in prime order from the Syracuse salt works and for sale low July 22, " 27tf V E. SAMSON. . Epsom Salts and Flo'r Sulpher. AY be had for one shilling per pound at the Drug Store of ' ; " E- SAMSON. Ypsilanti, July 28, 1845, ' ; ' .-27tf Anm3 seed Aqua Ammonia Aquafortis duplex Arrow root Arsenic Alum Annatto , Adheeive Salvo Antique oil. African Cayenne, Balsam Fir, do Honey do Lifo do Hourhound do Capaiva do Tolu Bath Brick Brimstone Blacking Beeswax Borix refined Bronzo yellow and white Bears oil ' Burgundy pitch Blister plaster Black lead Blue Pill rea8s Bluo vitriol Blue Smalt - British Lustre Black 83 nd -Bottles, various kinds Blood root " Babary bark British oil. Calomel, English Camphor Carbonate, iron do Magnesia. Calcined magnesia Castor oil Caustic Lunar Cinnamon Copperas Corosive sublimate Cream Tartar Croton oil Carfaine Creosote Cardamon seed Caraway seed Chalk, red and white Conserve roses Cochineal Colchieum root Coriander seed Court plaster Col umbo root i Cari'harides Corks, Iarza an smaI1 Cephalic shaft Crocus Castile eoaD Confectjonaries Dovers powders Digitalis Fol Essences, all kinds Emery coarse and fine. Ergot Extract Colocyntb comp, do Hyosciamus do Lemon Elixir paregoric do vitriol Epsom salts Eye water Flowers Chamomile do Sulpher Fol Senna Ginger root do ground Glne -Gold Leaf Godfreys Cordial Glauber Salts Gum opium d Aloes . de Gamboge do Galbanum do Scammony do Shellac do Benzoin do Assafoetida do Copal do Kino , do Myrrh do Irabee do Tragacantb Gall Nuts Hiera Ficra Hydriodate Potass Harlem oil Herbs dried ' Hive syrup Hot drops or No 6 Honey Iceland moss Iodine Isinglass -Ink Powder Indigo Spanish float Indeliible ink Ipicac powdered Ivory Blaek James Powders Jujube paste Juniper Berries ' Jalap powdeied Laudanum ' Liquorice paste do Kenned Mustard seed Muriate soda Matches Mace Nux Von.ica Nutmegs Nervino Nitre Oil Peppermint- do Wintergreen do Spearmint do Cinnamon do Anis do Cubebs do Cloves do Lavender . do Wormwood . doWormseed do Tanzy do Olive or sweet do Hemlock do Caraway .' do Origanum do Spiko do Juniper do Spruce do Horsemiat 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 Taregoric powdered Aloes Powdered Cubebs do Babary , do Peruvian Bark do Cantharides do Rhubarb Prepared Chalk Pumice Stone Pink Root Preston Salts Plaster various kind Pill boxes, wood tin, paper Phosphorus Fearl ashes Putty- Prussian Blue Quicksilver V Quassia Raes Rad Gentian A.'- do Rhei do Columbo do Sarsaparilla . do Scilla do Valerian, Red Precipitate Red oxid iron, . Rosin Rose Pin Roc be lie Salts Rotten Stone Rose Water Sulphate Quinine do Zinc do (Topper Super Carbonate Soda. Saleralua Salt Petre' 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 Tamarinds Terra de Seinna onca Beans Tooth Powder Tinctures various kinds Umber Turkey Unguentnm Vermillion, Eng. do Chinese Venice Turpentine Vials assorted Vitriol White ;" do Blue Varnish copal , do Leather do Shellac .... , Verdigris ground; White mustard White wax Wine of Antimony -Whi'e soap -Water colors! ; Wafers assorted GOD FISH, a fine lot, and of the first quality, for sale by - - ' - D. C. GOODWILL.- Aqril23. ' , -4 Blanks! Blanks!! Blanks!! J jstices Blanks, Koad AV'arrants, fyt. for sale at this Office. . ALSO : Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, Lard Oil, Carriers Oil; and a full assortment of PAINTS constantly on band of tbe best quality together with DYE WOODS and DYE STUFFS. Brushes of all sixes, besides many other articles in the above line not mentioned, all of which is ottered to the public at very low prices and all articles warranted good. Thankful for the very liberal patronage he has heretofore received, he bopes by strict attention to business, low prices and a good assortment of articles to merit a continuance of the same. Physicians from the country supplied as hereto fore with medicines upon the most reasonable terms and particular attention paid to the puttiug up pf med ical prescriptions and orders. N B. Most kinds of Country produce and paper roars taken in exchange for poods. - - Julv 22. 1845. .11KST . by RATE mould and dipped candles for sale D. C GOODWILL. (GREAT i WIESTEESN MOTEiL, ;V , - AT THE RAIL i r6aD iEPOT, VPsYlaNTI. - 1- i tVO'OULD ilespect folly inform his friends and the public rene'rally, thht ho hastakri the ft bo to V v well known stand, whfcro he is iiow pre'jiared to receive thrir enlN. " ' ' ' ;' HIS TABLES will always afford an auundanc" of frAd to tlm hnngry; weary and his BAIt, whatever tho present svMem of "No" License" w ill allow to ih ihirmyMt Jt . HIS STABLES,-are also well supplied, ar.d he flatters himself that tiething tit now wanting to give his guests the highest satisfaction nt the rhb"3t moderate fTicrp. ' r-- x- - " - On the most modcnite terms by the day, w eek, month or ycar....;-'r,?l. HE would also inform the public that bis stock of (irocenes in the basement of the ' GreitWea tern" compri.trs every article of family use, isocn as ' ' ! '; Salt, Fish. Tork, Sugar, Cheese. Cnr.dlrs, ToLaccn. Tea, SirtifH. Co.Te?, Salaratus, NbH ' Dried Apples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemon?,. Orar.cs, Ntrin,'dC. cc .. OCT Also Pure Wine and L'quors of the bestiality for Medicinal use.jfw) All of which will be sold FOR CASH at the owesrpoibleprice..'r-2-. IN tho Great Western basement, (west side) w here can be found Pies, Cake, Cracker Frnittf uts, Cigars, Detroit Ale, Sod i Beer, &c. &c. with pleasant seat, n.iding the traveler ah aree !e retreat while waitinp the arrival and departure of the Cars and S'h'cs ' 7' ' ' " " YPSILANTI, April 30, 1S15. ; ' ' ; . 14tf. .-' MISS HARRIET ROWLEY. Desirea to inform her friends, and the pablic pcnerally, ihat she has resumed ber business, of Millinery and Dress ma king, at her former stand ci Congress Street, above Larzclere's Clock; where she will be happy to receive the orders of all who may favor ber with tbeir eubtdm. Patterns of the latest stvle regularly received. April 12. 1845. 1 12tf New and Splendid Millinary Goods- nISS F. NICHOLS, wishes to inform the citizens of Ypsilanti and its vicinity that she has fust re ceived from the East, a splendid assortment of - ' MILLINA U Y GOODS. which she will dispose of cheap for cash and ready pay. She has also proenred a good Foreman, by which the Dress-making business wiil.be conducted with neat ness and despatch. CBonncts dressed in the neatest, latest end most fashionable style. ' ' ' ' N, B. All orders attended to without delay. - . Ypsilanti, June 11. 1845. - 19tt. 11. MOSES L ESPERANCE, would inform his IVS. friends, and the public generally, - that he has re turned and resumed his business of House, Carriage,' and Sign painting. He may bo found at his shop, op posite Hawk in's Hotel, where he will be happy to see his former patrons, and all who may desire bis service. Wednesday July 24ih 1845. - . . POUTUAIT PAINTING. ; F. jTmETCaLF, ViTTOULD respect fully inform the Ladies and . .V V' Gentlemen of Ypsilanti that he has opened a room over T. Champion's Store, where ho offers his services to the pnblic as a . '. ; PORTRAST P Ai ST TEh. -Mr. 51. flatters himself that his experience as an Artist, and the asarancei which he can give -of qualification &c, , will be satisfactory, out! ensure him a ji'eneroui palrnnage. Ladies and Gentlemen are invited ro call and examine specimens.- - " - ' N. B'Likenesses always warranted. ' Ypsilanti, July 12, 1845. ,'';r NOTICE All persona indebted to J. Y. Lsrzelere & Co either by note or book account are request ted to settle the same before the first day October nez and save cost. ' '26tf OLD PAPERS ANY quantity of old Newspapers suitable for wrapping paper for sale by tho dozen at this of ficc G rand River Piaster. Barrels of Grar.d River Plaster just received and for sale at tho Depot by . -NORRIS & FOLLETT August, G, 1815 ' 2Stf Hartford Fire Insurance Office. - Julv 24. 1845, THE recent destructive fire in NewjYork wi'l of course excite solicitude in regard to its effect on the solvency of insurance companies in that city and the neghborin? 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 ofhee'lrom their surplus funds ana current receipis, 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 desirible property to obtain Polices on favorable terms, both at the Home Office and at their several agencies. Their mode of transacting business which for 35 years past has secured the public confi dence, will remain unchanged. 'By order of the Board of Director. JAMES G. BOTTS. Secretary, NORRIS & FOLLETT. Agents. Ypsilanti, Michigan, Aug. 6. , . Look Out For Fires. The late destructive Fres in different places through out our country should warn all to be prepared for the devouring eleme.it. The subscribers as agents of the Hartford Fire Ensurancc, and the Columbus, (Ohio,) Fire and Marine Insurance companys are prepared to issue policies wiihout delay upon all descriptions of property, both in the Village and County, and on goods, Wares and Merchandise in transitu upon Lakes, Ca nal and Rivers. . ' ' .' " ' ' ' " -NORRIS & FOLLETT. Vn.H.-nfi Anor. 6. lfi.1-,. 28tf.v' 1 Franklin Mouse. R ROAD WAY N E XV YORK. rspHE Proprietors of 'i his establishment respectfully JsL inform their friends and the public, that thay hnvo leased the same for a term of years. The honpe is sit nated corner of ''roadway and Dey-Street, and is desir ably located for those traveling on business, or for pleasure. The subscribers are grateful for the liberal patronage they have heretofore received and hope to merit a continuance of the same. ' NEWTON HAYES. 1 - JOHN P. TREADWEL L July 7th, 1845. 24 7w.- Fresh Qroceries. ; rmHE FOLLOWING articles of Groceries J3 will he sold very low by the Subscriber fur ready pay, vizt Old Ilyfioa Tea, . . r. . . ..' Yonng do , Lrgrara Coffee, . Java. do , - ' ..." Muscavado & Havana Sugars Lump and Clarified . . do. ; . 1 bbi. fine clean Rice . , j, , vl bbl. good vinegar, ' " s . . Honey Dew and paper tobacco. .".. Those wishing to purchase are respectfully invited toca!?, ... . ... f D. C. GOODWILL. 1 Ypeiianti July 2, 1S45. -. , 3tf LOST in the month of March last, a note signed by A. Voorhees, esq. for forty six dollars, dated the fonrth of March,' 1845,. payable in th month of Oc tober next. All persons are cautioned against buying 6aid note al t.otice of the loss has been given to the mi. kcr : JAS. SANDERSi Important News. "g SAMSOF. Authorised agent for the sale of the Jsl genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Bueh ans Hungarian Balsam, Folgers Olosaonian, Jaynea Expectorant Syrap.jRowands Improved Tonic Mixture Comstock & Co's. Medicines, including Oldridgee Balm Columbia, Connels Pain Extractor; Hays Lini ment, . Extract of Sarsaparilla, -c tc. , Sherman Lozenges and Plasters, Deans. Chemical Plaster Jew Davids or Hebrew Plaster, Dalleys Pain Extractor, Fosgales and Godfreys Cordial. Fahnestocts Vermifuge Bristols Sarsaparilla. Osgoods India ChoIagbgae.Wash ington Elirer, Eastern Toniq, AHebasi's Medicines, Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills, Gregoiys, Phinneya. Smiths University and Smiths Sugar Coated. Rush's, Halsteds. Ilerricks, Peters Resnrrection or Periian, Muscovetus, Tomato, Lees, Moffats, and Pier a Pills; ; A supply of.the above always on hand. : , VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. For Sale. FHE Subscriber will sell for cash or & pirt cash down, his residence in the village of Ypsilanti, situated a few rods west of ' the Presbyterian Church, on the Chicago road, consisting of about four acres of best quality of lands, Dwelling House and out buil dinra,all in tnperb order, together with an oxjensive assortment ot best qnality of fruit trees ef almost eve ry variety congenial to th climate of Michigan. ALSO A wel:arrngca ana nnisnea jaw oiace, io- ffeihif with ether 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 wbicb will be sold on the most favorable terms. For the particulars ot which enquire of the subscriber at his office. -:t W, A. BLCKBLh . Ypsilanti, August 4t. 14j. 2ctl . A pure article of fourth proof Brandy. kLD PORT. Maderia; and Malaga. WIEb. and W Holland Gin, kept constantly ior Medicinal uses. by - July, 28, lolo. : - oa.h cwm. TOBACCO a lot of superior Missouri and Kentuc ky Tobacco, jnst received and for sale by , Chas. H. WILLIAMS, I o!eclo. U. Sooks & Stationary AQOOD Assflrtment constan'.ly on hand, particu larly the SCTOOZ, BOOKS in general ase, also Perfumery and perlumed fancy soaps, German Toys Musical Instruments, fancy goods and an almost end-, less variety of Yankee NoiiooK including Combs, But. tons"; Needles, Tins, Hooka and Eyes, Thread, Tape, Pin and Needle Cushions, Spool stands, Knitting Pins, air Pins. Victoria Pins' Silver and German Silver Pencils, Crayons. Silver nod German ailve i, - Brass and steel Thinbles, Beads, Razors, Razor strops, lath er boxes and brushes, Spec'acls and cases, Snuff box es. Card cases, Lbh. and Steel Engravings, Bonnet t Wire, Oil Silk, Eyelets, .Emery Cushions, Jews arpa Dominoes, Percussion caps; Powder and shot. Pill per cussion, pocket books and Wallets, Sun-glasses, Vio. unstrings, BassvioI do. Whale bone, Pockot knives, Scissors, Letter siamps, Motto eals, cct. ' The above articles and ihany more to niimer nus to mention may ,hn found flr safe'cheapOf tbaa lhu cheapest at the varieiv ."tnr of. ' ..'.' .-, E. SA SI SO NT Ypsilanti. An?. 12. 1845. . . 29tf.V "ET ARD OIL a superior article ol xro uu jusi re SLd ceivedand for sale by CI1AS IU WILLIAMS. Toiedo,Ohio. . w ., "i yw O. IVOLASSliS Ju. receivea ou cousiguincui a 'quautity of molasses for sale by . v Chas. II. WILLIAMS. lolcaoV. ; "XT O. SUGAR ju.n receive. I n 'consignment via. ii Cincmnotti, a tot ot New Orleans eslgar. for sale by . Cha II. vVILLI MS. Toledo O.' f BROKE into the enclosure of the & subscriber iji.-Thiir?d:iy nif ht the 10th inst'a LIGHT GKAYMAU E with dark mane and tale.with a bunch on the I.-ft side of the neck, and a slight wound on the back, blind all around, apparently eight or nine years od ; and also a bunch on her rtght hind foot near the fetterZock joint. 'The subscriber woud notify ihe owner to prove property, pay charges and take her a-wy- - Gvo. MURQUORN. 'lttsfjeM, An- I J, I3i7. '20 Hw.