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Fkox The Pacific. The Sua hw a letter
from CaIaoi dated July 4th, from which we copy it's follows : j "We have in part a formidable force of all na tions. Our squadron will be increased in a short lime, preparatory to a blockade of the Mexican porta on (his side, should war be declared by Mexico, and our boys are in fine spirits. Our 'glorious little navy pants for an opportunity to show its power in defending the national honor, ird if war comes, you may real assured that the Star Spangled Banner will wave over every Mex ican fort and fortification on this side within sixty days after we receive the declaration. A British fleet is said to be on its way to O re gon, to protect British property and settlers at As toria, and from the language used by the officers of the British squadron here, we are led to believe that th report is correct. Indeed, a forcible sei zure of lie whole of Oregon north the Columbia, 'seems to be the object of this movement, and the instructions to that effect are said to be in posses sion of the Admiral. I have letters front Oregon t (he 1st of May, which report considerable po litical excitement among the settlers snd manifes tations of hostilities from the Hudson Bay Compa ny's people. Every obstacle is thrown in the way of American sttiktuents noilh of the Columbia, We had inlgllijjence from Tahiti lothe 1st ult. The French rt-uin the Island, and there is not -the most remote prospects that they will ever give them up. The loss of our whaling interest is ve ry serious, as the French authorities prohibit iraf fic with the natives, and there is no other port for obtaining supplies iu that vicinity. An American merchant vessel has been despatched to the Fjee Uland with aims and umuniiioii for the natives,to .enable Ihcin to fortify themselves and maintain their independence against an expected attack of the Ftench or English. From the Detruit Daily Advertiser. Messrs. EcitoB9: As the names of several dLstinguifhed VVh'gs of tiia Slate, have been pre sent d by cur correspondents through the medi um of Viur columns to (he consideration of the Whig paiiy as candidates for Governor at (ho en suing gubernatorial election, permit me to add to the list, without disparaging ihoe already . men tioned, the name of Jonatuan E. CliArLlft of St. Joseph county. I my opinion there is not a man in litis Stale, who is, in every respect, more minentSy qualititd to discharge the duties of that office. He possesses talents of a high order, an ui.blen isht d moral character, sound whig princi ple, the esteem of all who know him, and a thor ough knowledge of the condition and wants, polit ical and peciiQiary, of (he people of this State.- In him are combined capacity, honesty, availabili ty, aid locality; and. with him for. a standard bearer. I firmly believe that we can como out of the Contest victorious. M. B. Detroit, September 8. 1343, We stop tlu press to announce the melancholy death by i-uic;d, of a stranger, by drowning. The victim of s It-cVsltuotion cunie lo this olacc dav before yeferriay, from Buffalo, on board the stea mer Gieal Weslcrn, from winch he was forcibly ejected on a chtiige of attempting to rob a passen ger' trunk, a charge believed to be wholly un founded, representing himself as C. Smiih, a baker by trade fr;m New York Ciiy (leaving there a wife and family) on his was (o Chicago He put up at the Indiana hou-e was a stout athletic man, apparently about 45 years of age supposed to be a German by birth, and wore an elegant suit of superfine black broad cloth. He appeared to be laboring at times under a species of delirium, and it appear? about 4 o'clock yesierday afernonn went lo the wharf'(near the foot of Randolph sr.) threw off his coal and bat, and with a single leap deliberately consigned himself to a watery grave !, After repeated unsuccessful attempts, his body was brought up this morning by means of a hook and line The verdict of (he Coroner's Jury was in accordance wish (he above facts. Detroit Citi zen. .. - . - Sekiocs ccidest. The steamboat New Or-, leans yesterday morning about f o'clock struck a rock in the Detroit river opposite the upper time kiln, some 2 miles above Ma Iden. She proceeded on her course however, for a mile or so, when she was found to be filling with water, and was run upon the Canada shore. The passengers all es caped without difficulty and afterwardcame up on the London. The New Orleans is of course ery seriously damaged. An ugly hole wasdriv en into her bottom and she has some 10 feet wa ter in her hold. Her deck cargo we presume will have been saved. The New Oileany, formerly the Vermillion, was rebuilt at this city about a year ago, and a fine staunch vessel. She was owned, we understand, by the Western transportation company at Buffalo Cap. Brundage commander. The Capper trade. Never has a greater revo fution been affected in any business, than the world is now on the point of experiencing iu the Copper trade. I ho incalculable extent oi ricn ores in the Superior Country will quickly anni bilato the dependence hitherto placed on a few es tablishment) in Creat ISritian. NOTICE. MR. ISAAC CRANE, would respectfully inform those indebted to him by book account or other wise, that he desires a speedy settlement of such ir. debtedness, snd trusts tbey will call on him for that purpose without delay or farthei notice. He would also infermhis friends and the public gen erally that ho continues.and intends to continue the busi ness of Saddle and Harness making in all its branches, at his old stand opposite Hawkins hotel, where ha mayat all times be found ready to serve those needing work in his line on moderate aud accom modating terms. All work, warranted to give satisfaction both as ro cards the quality ot the stock, used, and the workman ship employed. Ypsilanti, Sept. 10. 1845. 33 3w OnclPay One Price E GRANT would respectfully inform his old cus- tomers that he has returned to Ypsilanti with an assertraents of GOODS which he will offer at his old stand at low prices for ready pay, and to all persons for the same price at retail, Any patronage from old or new customers will be thankfully received. All are iuvited to call and examine his assortment and prices. Ypsilanti, July 22, 1745. 26 3m GREAT' WIESTEiaNHOXEI AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTf. 3 TATE OF MICHIGAN, The Circuit Court for $3 the county of Washtenaw. Of the term of June A. D. 1845 to wit the i'Sth day of July 1845- ln.the matter of the petition ofllenrj Bradshaw for a divorce from his wife Mary Bradshaw. On reading and Cling the petition in this court.which among other things set forth that the said respondent has since hei intermarriage with the said petitioner been guilty of the crime ot adultery, and also praying ih said petitioner may be divorced from his said wife and that the bonds of matrimony between the petitioner and the said respondent may be dissolved ; and it ap pearing to the court that the petitioner nas lor more than two years next preceding tAe date of said petition Kon a resident of said State, and that the said respon dent is now a resident of the State of New York. On motion of C. H. Vancleve, attorney tor said petitioner, it is ordered that notice be given to the said respon dent of the filing and pending of said petition by publi cation of a copy of thie order in the "Ypsilanti Senti nel," a newspaper published in the village ot Ypsilanti, Washtenaw county and state of Michigan, six succes sive weeks, the last inserijon of said notice to be at least twenty days before the firr day of the next term of the court to be held at Ann Arbor, in said county the first Tuesday of December next, to the end that the said respondent may then and there appear and show cause if any she has why the prayer of said peti oner should not be granted. - . A true copy. R. KING, C. H. Va5cieye, Att'y. Clerk. WHIG STATE COiVl2.TtOJi. The Whigs of the several Counties in the State are requested to appoint delegates to meet m Con vention at JACKSON on Wednesday, the SEV ENTEENTH day "SEPTEMBER next, at 3 o'clock I. M. for the purpose of nominating Can didates for the office of Governor and Lieutenant Governor at the ensuing November election. Each county will be entiled to a number of Dele gales equal lo double the number of its repreta liveR in the legislature. Such other business as may be deemed necesscry will also be transacted. A full attendance is earnestly requested. Detroit Avg. 11,1815. J. M.HOWARD. ) F. A. HARDING, Whig State S. BARSTOW, Central D. SMART. Committee. JNO.OWEN. J Keep in the dark ! say nothing ! ! JJ1IIE report is beinsr circulated that you can get JL OSGOOD'S INDIA COLAGOUE at the Drug Store of YVm. A. Heartt. & Co. for reit shillings per bottle, also Dr. John Satpigtons justly celebrated Fe ver and Ague Tills, price on dollar. Drugs and Medicines ft SAMSON. WOULD respectfully invite the attention of the citizens of Ypsilanti and vicinity to his stock of Drugs and Medicines Which Comprise almost every ar ticle usually called for, among which may be found Acids, all kinds Lemon syrup Ammonia Lead A.ether, LoxengcS, medicated Alcohol , , , . Morphine sulphate Antimony, crude and white Musk Chinese Jaynes Expectorant FRESH supply of Dr. Jayne9 .Expectorant Car ' minitive. Tonic Vermifuge, Hair Tonic and San ative Pills, juet received and for sale by. Wm. A. HEARTT, & Co. Awful and sudden Fall. TSOM SALTS and Flour Sulpkor have declined J 20 per cent witbin two weeks past tbey are now sold for ten cents a pound by Wm. A. HEART I. $ Co. Zarzeleres Block. jyew Establishment. House, Carriage, Sign and Ornamen tal Painting. r sp.HE Subscriber takes this method to inform the Ji. citizens of Ypsilanti and vicinity, that he has now opened a PAINT SHOP in the upper part of Joseph Stockdale's wagon shop on North Huron street,where he intends carrving on the above-named business in all branches with punctuality and despatch. Paints prepared to order and for sale. All orders Irom the country punctually attended to. WASHINGTON CLARK. Ypsilanti. Ausr. 23. 1845. . . . 30 3m JTRAVKD or stolen from thesub- scriber in the Township of Ypejlanif, on the night of the 1th inst. one seven or eight years old LIGHT BAY MARE with one white hind foot wide white strio in the face op to her eyes. Two. white spots on the back made by a saddle, black main and tail. Any person Who will give notice where she may be found or return said mare, will be handsomely re. warded. JOSEPH BROWN. Ypsilanti. Aug. 19. 1845. Ypsilanti Seminary. THIS INSTITUTION was opened in August 1844 and Chartered by the last Legislature. The number of students in attendance has been 160. The Propri etors return their grateful acknowledgments for this liberal share of public patronage; and pledge their ef forts to make the Institution worthy of future confi dence. Persons wishing to pursue a Collegiate course of Education, or prepare for the practical business of Life, will find equal and ample opportunities ErfsLiSH, Classic, & Ornamestal education Will be furnished to Young Ladies; and strict attention paid to the m ota Is und deportment of tbe 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. Tcttios. from 3,00 to 6,00 ; board, room-rent &. fire. wood 14 per quarter of 11 weeks. Lessons in music, including the use of instrument, $ 8,00 tuition to be paid invariably by the middle of the quatter. No deduction made for absence except in cases of sick ness. RxriREftcs is made to the visiting committee in this ' village: also Rev. James Inglis And M. Sand ford De troit ; D. Barret, Monroe A. Tucker, Adrian; J. L Fulton, Tecumseh ; J. Booth, Clinton , G. W. Harris, Jackson; W. Allen, Ann Arbor; J. Wisner, North, ville ; James Pyper, Pontile. Prof. Wm. L. EATON, ) . . . MARY B. F. BROWN. Frinc,Pa-8. L. II. MOORE. I - . Wm. A. MOORE, i pneior5 - YPSiLArtTl Shrine of Fashion. milE Subscriber would inform his friends and the JL public generally, that he has commenced business in Ypsilanti, directly opposite the office of Vancleve & Co. where all orders m the TAILORING LINE will be executed with accuracy, neatness and dispatch His long familiarity with the business, together with a strict attention to tbe taste and wishes of his custom ers, and every material change of fashion, will be a sufficient 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 be intends to employ none but experienced journeymen whieh he thinks will be an additional 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 short notice and warranted in all cases. - J. R. WALKER. Ypsilanti, Julj 29th 1845. 27tf. by - Salt! Salt!! Salt!!! BARRELS Salt just received in prime order from tbe Syracnse salt works and for sale low July 22, 27tf - E. SAMSON. Epsom Salts and Flo'r Sulpher MAY be had for one shilling per pound at the Drug Store ot E- SAMSON. Ypsilanti, J uly 28, 1845, 27if COD FISH, a fine lot, and of the first quality, for sale by - D. C. GOODWILL. qril 23. Annis seed Aqua Ammonia Aquafortis duplex Arrow root Arsenic Alum Annatto Adhesive Salve Antique oil. African Cayenne, Balsam Fir, do Honey do Life do Hourhound 1 do Copaiva do Tola Bath Brick Brimstone Blacking Beeswax Coras refined Bronze yellow and white Bears oil Burgundy pitch Blister plaster Black lead Blue Pill mass Blue vitriol Blue Smalt British Lustre Black sand 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 Carmine Creosote Cardamon seed Caraway seed Chalk, red and white Conserve roses Cochineal Colchieum root Coriander seed Court plaster Columbo root Cantharidss , Corks, large and small Cephalic snuff Crocus Castile soaD Confectionaries Dovers powders Digitalis Fol Essences, all kinds Emery coarse and fine. Ergot Extract Colocynth comp, do Hyosciamus do Lemon Elixir paregoric do vitriol Epsom salts Eye water Flowers Chamomile do Sulpher 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 Assafoctida do Copal do Kino do Myrrh do Irabec do Tragacantn Gall Nuts Hiera Picra Hydrlodate Potass Harlem oil Herbs dried Hive syrup Hot drops or No 6 Honey Iceland moss Iodine Isinglass Ink Powder Indigo Spanish float Indellible ink Ipicac powdered Ivory Black James Powders Jujube paste Juniper Berries Jalap powdeied Laudanum Liquorice paste do Refined Mustard seed Muriate soda Matches Mace Nux Von.ica Nutmegs Nervine Nitre Oil Peppermint do Wintergrecn do Spearmint do Cinnamon do Anis do Cubebs do Cloves do Lavender do Wormwood do Wormsced do Tanzy do Olive or sweet do Hemlock do Caraway do Origanum do Spike do Juniper do Spruce do Horsemint do Almonds do Castor do Sassafras do Vitriol do Roses do Rosemary do Lemon do Pennyroyal do Balsam . do Amber do Fire weed Oin'ment 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 kinds , Pill boxes, wood tin, paper Phosphorus Pearl ashes Putty . Prussian Blue Quicksilver Quassia Rass Rad Gentian do Rhei do Col umbo do Sarsaparilli do Scilla do Valcrian Red Precipitate Red oxid iron. Rosin Rose Pin . Rochelle Salts Rotten Stone Rose Water . , Sulphate Quinine do Zinc do Copper Super Carbonate Soda. Saleratus Salt Petrel Spirits Nitre , do Lavender compound do Turpentine Salts Lemon Sponge, coarse and fine Sugar of Lead Syrup squills Syringes all size! Saffron Sedleitz Powders Sal Soda Starch Tartaric Acid Tarter Emetic Tamarinds Terra de Seinria jonca Beans Tooth Powder . Tinctures various kinds timber Turkey Unguentum Vermillion, Eng. do Chinese Venice Turpentine Vials assorted Q Vitriol White do Blue Varnish copal . ia Leather do Shellac . . Verdigris ground; White mustard White wax Wine of Antimony .White soap Water colors . Waters assorted ALSO Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, Lard Oil, Curriers Oil, and a full assortment of PAINTS constantly on haDd of the best quality together with DYE WOODS and DYE STUFFS. Brushes of all sixes, besides many other articles in the above line not mentioned, oil of which is offered to the public at very low prices and alt articles warranted good. Thankful for tbe very liberal patronage he has heretofore received, he hopes by strict attention to business, low prices ana a gooa assortment of articles to merit a continuance ot 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 of med ical prescriptions and orders. N B. Most kinds of Country produce and paper raes taken in exchanee for roods. July 22. 1&45. S J. to.lRBEtl WOUlit) Respectfully infortn his friends and the public generally, tnat he W taken the nbovr .'well known stand, where he is now prepared to receive their tails. HIS TABLES, will always afford an abundanca of food lo the iwnirry; HIS TiEDS.r to ill weary ; and hi9 BATt whatever the presfenVsvMieni of !'No Lrecnse" will allow lo ihe thirsty... JUS STABLES, are alsn wvll supplied, and he flatters himself that nothing n row wanting to give his guests the highest satisfaction tit the most moderare I'Trces. V- '. BOARDING, ' ' On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year ; ff.m.D:DERI-E HE would also inform the public that hn stock of Groceries tri the basement of the GraeiWts lern" comprises every attrcle of family Vise, such as Salt, Fish. Pork, Sugar Cheese. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, SnutT. Coffee, SalahTtus, Kail?, Dried Apples, Detroit Ale Cider, Lemons, Oranges, .No' megs, &c. &c. . OAIso Pure Wine nod L-quors of the best Quality for Medicinal usv.iQ All of which will be sold FOR CASH at the lowest possible prices IN the Great Western baseftfent.west side) where Can be found Pt. Cake. Crackers, Fruit?. Nuts, Cigars, Detroit Ale, Soda Beer, &c. &c. with plrtiisa'H seats, ad'udiug the traveler an agree able retreat while waiting the arrival aud departure of the Oaii afid Stage. YPSILANTI, April 30, 1845. . , Uff. MISS HARRIET ROWLEY. Desires to inform her friends, and the public generally, that she has resumed her business, of Millinery end Dress ma. Icing, at her former stand oh Congress Street, above Larzelere's tlock; wheYe she will be napfy to feceive the orders of all who may favor her with their custom. Patterns of the latest style tegulafly received. ' April 12. 1845. I2tf New Slid Splendid Millinary Goods- MtSS F. NICHOLS, wishes fo inform the citizens of Ypsilanti and its vicinity "that she has just re ceived from the Ea9t, a splendid assortment of MlLLINAIiY VOODS. which she will dispose of cheap for cash and reaoy pay. She has also procured a good Foreman, by which the Dress-making business will be conducted with neat, ness and despatch. 0Bonnets dressed in the neatest, latent ahd'mdst fashionable style. . .. . ; . v . N, B. AH ordets attended Id without delay. Ypsilanri. June 11. 1845. 19tl. MR. MOSES L ESPERANCE, would inform hie friends, and the public generally, that he has re turned and resumed his Msihess of, House, Carriage, and Sign painting. He may be found at his shop, op. posite Hawkin's Hotel, where. h will be Wppy to .see hia former patrons, and all who 'may desire his service. Wednesday !July 24th- 1845. : "NOTICE All persons indebted to J. Y.Larzelere JL ot. Co either by note or book account are request ted to settle the same before tbe first day October nex and save cost. - S6tf OLD PAPERS ANY quantity of old Newspapers suitable for wrapping paper for sale by the dozen at this of- Grand River Plaster. Tl ThfTTi Barre'9 of Grand River Plaster U vilvil inst received and for sale at the Depot by NORRIS fc FOLLETT Abgust,, 1845 - 2Stf Hartford Fire Insurance Office. July 24. 1845, THE recent destructive fire in New I York will of course excite Solicitude in regard to its effect on the solvency of insurance companies In that .city .and- tliS neghboring places. The Directors of the Hartford Fire Insurance Company are bapppy to assure , their customers and the public, that they are pirepared to adjust and pay at maturity, all losses sustained by their office'from their surplus funds and current receipts, without delaj, and without withdrawing their perma. nent investments. Their eapital remains ample for the security of all who insure wit h them J and they invite owners of desirsble property to ofctain Polices on favoraole 'terms, Ddth 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 Directors. JAMES G. BOTTS. Secretary, NORRIS & FOLLETT. Agents. Ypsilanti, Michigan, Aug. 6. - Look Out For Fires.' The late destructive Fre's in different places through out our country should warn all td be prepared for the devouring element. The subscriber" as agents of the Hartford Fire Eri'surahcej and the Columbus, (Ohio,) Fire and Marine Insurance companys are prepared to issue policies without delay upon all descriptions of property, born in the Village and County, and oil goods, Wares and Merchandise in transitu upon Lakes, Ca nal and Rivers. . - ... NORRIS &. FOLLETT. Ypsilanti Aug. 6. 184. . - 28tf. '- 1UST KATE mould and dipped candles for sale by 1). C. GOODWILL. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. For Sale. FIIE Subscriber will sell for cash or a pt?t Cash down, his residence id 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 outbuil dings, all in superb order, together wiih an exiensive assortment ot best quality of fruit trees.ef almost eve ty variety congenial to the climate of Michigan. ALSO A weH-ananged and finished law office, to gether with other Valuable Village property also a first rate eighty acre lot situate' about one mile from the Village, also one eighty scire lot id the county of Ionia'. All ot any part of which will be sold on the most favorable terms. For the particulars of which enquire of tbe subscriber at his office. W. A. BUCK BEE Ypsilanti, August 4t, 1:545. ' 28 tf A pure article of fourth proof Brandy. OLD PORT. Maderia, and Malaga WINES, and Holland Gin, kept constantly for Medicinal uses, by July, 28, 1845, 27tf E. SAMSON. TOBACCO a lot of superior Missouri and Kentuc ky Tobacco jiist received and for sale by Chas. H. WILLIAMS, Toledo, O. Siurrcvliiff. GEORGE COOK, Would give notice to the Public VJT that he has completed bis studies in the science ot Snrvfvinir and is now readvto do all bnBiues9 in hia line with fidelity and despatch. All persons wanting bu siness done in his line will please call on him at bis resi dencein York, Was mw Co. Michigan, .PORTRAIT PAINTING. fjTmetcalf, WOULD resprt fully inform the Lndiee nncl Centlmir "of Ypsilanti tht Hp has opened n room overT. Champion's Store, where hcoflVrs his services to the public as a . PORTRAIT PAINTER. : . Mr. M. flatters -himself that his experience as aft Artist, and the assurmice whirh he can give of qualification &c. , will be satisfactory, and ensure him a gentron pnfronagp." Ladies anirl Gentlemen are iitVlfed to call and examine fpectmenlR.. : -. : N. i- LikeiifMeii always warranted. Ypsilanti. July 12, 1945. Franklin Mouse. BROADWAY NEW YORK. -ripllE Proprietors 6f this establishment respoctfufly JL inform their friends and the public, that thay have leased the Vatne for a term of yrf'nrs. The house is diu nated cbrner of Broadway and Dey-'Si'reet, and is desir ably located fot those traveling on business, or . for pleasure. Th'e subscribers are grateful for the libera! patronage They have heretofore received and liope t merit a continuance of the same. NEWTON HAYES. , - . JOHN P. TREiDWEL L July 7th. 1845. 24 7w. Fresh Groceries. frnflE FOLLOWING artidc of Groceries Ii will be sold very low by the Subscriber fcit ready pay, viz: Old Hyson Tea, Yonng do Xigrara Coffee, Java do Mu.cavado & Havana Sunrs Lump and Clarified . da. .1 bbl. fine clean Rice J J bbl. good vinegar, - . .Honey Dew and paper tobacco .-'..' . . 1 '. Those wishing to purchase are respectfully invited t0 call. D. C. GOODWILL. , Ypsilanti July 2, 1845. 23 if LOST in the month of March Ias, a note sighed by A. Voorhees,,esq. for forty six dollars, dated the fonrth of March, 1815. payable in th month of Oi tober next. All persons are Cautioned against buying said note as notice of the loss has been given to the ma! JAS. SANDERS. ker Important News. "gO SAMSON, Authorised agent for the sale of the T J genuine-Wistar's Ralsam of Wild Cherry. Bue!i fcns Hungarian Balsam, Polgers Olosnonian,- Jivne Expectorant Syrup,Rowands Improved Tonic Mi imrt Comsrorl & Co's. Medicines, including Oldridgea Balm Columbia. Connels Pain Extractor, Hays Lini ment, . Extract of Sar8aparilla, J-c &c. Shermans Loienges and Plasters, Deans Chemical Piaster Jew Davids or Hebrew Plaster, Dalleys Pain Fxtractor, Fosgates and Godfreys Cordial. Fahnestocks Vermifuge Bristols Sa'rsaparilla. Osgoods India Cholagogue,Wsh ingto'n Elixer, Eastern Tonic, Allebasi's Medicines, WrigEts Indiari Vegetable Pills, Gregorys,' Phisiny?, Smiths. University and Smiths Sugar Coated, Rush's, Halsteds. Herricks. Peters Resurrection or Persian, Muscovetus, Tomato, Lees, Moffats, and Picra Piils. A supjily of the above always on hand. Books & Stationary AJOOD Assortment constancy on han'', "narticti larlv ihe SCHOOL MinKX ih n.r,i ... : Perfumery and perfumed fancy soaps, German Toy Musical Instruments, fincy godds and an almost encU" less varie;y of Yankee NotidiiH iriclriding Comb. Bat- nceuiu, ruin, ooks ana r.yes. Thread, Tape, Pin and Needle Cushions, Spool stands, Knitting Pins air Pins. Victoria Pins' Silver and German "silver Pencils, Crayons. Silver and German silve i. Bras and steel Thimbles, Beads, Razors, Razor strops, lath er boxes aiid brushes, Spec'acla and cases, Snuffbox es. Caid cases, Liih. and Steel Engravings, Bonnet t Wire. Oil Silk, Eyelets, .Emery Cushions, Jews arps Dominoes, Percussion caps, Powder and shot. Pill per cussion, pocket books ami Wallets, Sun-glassea, Vio. lin strings. Bass-viol do. Whale bone, J'ockot knives. Scissors, Letter stamps, Motto Seals, ect. The above atticles and many inorelo numer ous to mention may be found for .! r.,, than the cheapest at the variety t.r of - . E. SANSON, lpsilanti. Aug, 12, 1845. 29if. ' . O. SUGAR just rereived on consignment via. X l Cincinnatti. lot of Nfw Ortofn. o...v ,.. by Chas H. WILLIMS, Toledo ih TOjttOKE into the enclosure of tho JJJJ subscriber on Thursday nleht t.inik ;.. - LIGHT GKAlTMAIiEwnU dark mnne and talo.wifh a hunch nil ihn .. ff m'.Aa ..f . 1. i . .. ic ,;ta unu a ennui wo una on the back, shod all around, apparently eight or nine years od ; and a so a bunch o.i her rtrbt hind fof near the fetterock joimi The subscriber wond notify thn owner to proVe" property, pay charges an.l take her a. wa7; Gea. MURQUORN. i'nsfie.'J, Aug 12, IS43. 3 gw.