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HEALTH V, Families are those who. use-the"" Ro
surrcciioMaTer3jrtfVTFey keep the sto-m- trrenver free, the blood pore, the appetite good me mina Driiuani; in a wora, me 'person ncauny. Those who have sallow or yellow countenances may be assured that their liver is more or less diseased ; and that by taking the Persian Tills frequently, their akin will become clear and fair, their stomach will bestrenth ' cned.und they will havo a healthy flow of pure "blood, which will give the b'oom of health. .Those who are inclined to fever nud ague, dyspepsia, cosiiveness. or who have an unpleasant taste in the it month in the Kiorning,shou(d use these pills, for they cleanse'the stomach so effectually, that the breath becomes per. -tectly sweet Tarents anJ all oth ers should bear in mind that they are an effectual cure lor diarrhoe.- No children have been known to die of summer com plainis who have used these pills fronthe commence of their disease Mark" thU ! for you will not blame yourselves if your children die, hat yoa did not try the Persian pills. ' l. V - ' Sold by E. SiMSON. sole," agent for Ypsilanti. IMPROVED QUALITY AND HALF PRICE. COMSTOCK 5 COS CONCENTRATED . - : ' -. C03IPOUN1) FLUID ; "r . - JExtrct ofSarsapqrila. 7J70R the cureol Scrofula Chronic Rheumatism, Ge jyl neral Debility, Cutaneous diseases, "Scaly Erup- ions of the skin. Tetter, Pimples or Pustules on the Face, Mercurial, and Syphiloid Diseases, Biles, from an impurestate ijjtoe body, Ulcerations of the Throat and leg, pains and swelling of the bones, liver affection,' v alt diseases arising from an impure state of the blood. exposure aid, imprudencces in life, excessive use of mercury, &c. 1 he great popularity of sarsaparilla, and its established tfiicacy, renders it superfluousto en ter into any econium of its virtue or adduce any evi dence in its favor.- The sarsaparilla is warranted posi-' ttvely as good as any other that, can be; made at One Dollar, at just half the price of those" so much ad- ver'iscd, and as strong and ia as Isrge bottles, viz; Fifty cents per Bottle. This article has cured Scrofula of 30 years 'after the DolUr article has been used in vain. ? To be bad of the agents, of Comstok andCo. only, throughout the Coun try, in NewYork only at 21 Cortlandt street.' ETHave Comstot-k'.s Sairsaparills or none, if you wish the best article -at a r reasounble prire. -. .' TEAL .&. vlLLEN, Agests - For tbe sale of the. above. , i ' STATIONERS HALL AND ! ..- . P.4FER .WJRE HOUSE r .... " DETROIT, MICHIGAN.' r- ' QF. ROOD,' & CO. Two doors below the Farmer's & MechanitS'Bank near the Michi . fan Exchange, have on hand a large assortment of STA every, description consisting of - Cap and Letter Paper twenty qualities, from 2 to S8 ' 1 - Cards, visiting, Business Printing, Fortune, telling, &c. '- Song Books, American, English. Irish, Scotch, Pat. 'riotic, Naval, Comic, Sentimental,egro, . Old Ballad, Temperance, Fireman's. Love, Miliary, War, Ope ratic, Bunker Hill, Grandmother, Pretty Girls, and Old .Virginia minstrells, Toy Books, plain and" colored, for low.' INK,' Blue,. black and rea printing and wriintg. " Bark Gammon," Chess and Checkerboards. "-- Paper, Printing, JEnvelope, Blotting, Drawing, Draf ting, Copying, Reckord, Silk andtissue paper. Pen and Pocket knives, of all kinds, of thebest qual ity. : Sealing Wax. black blue and red wales, Ink and wafer stands and cups, Sand Boxes, . ccc BLANK BOOKS, from Cap to Superroyal, consisting of Zsdg. era. Journals, Day Books, Invoices, Billbooks, Reck ords, cfc. G. F. D.& Co. manufacture their own wor uey empwy none oat tne oest ot iew York workmen and use only the best material ; they, stand ready to i warrannt their work to 'ne plus ullra ' ' . BOCK BINDING, in all its various -branches Old books rebound as good as new : Libraries fitted op a. short notice; New Publications bound cheap. Paper Ruling. This branch of trade in all varietie Port Folios, plain and fancy. Steel Pens.Gillott's, Perryan, Cohen's, Henry fc Wade's, on cards and in boxes. Quills, from No 1 to 70, a superior article. Bank and Memorandum Cooks ; silver and F-wood rawing Pencils; Motto seals, and letter stamp; Alm nacs, comic, tragic, terrific, coockery, Crocket, Fish er's Turner's temperance and farmers calculations for Michigan and Canada. Printing, of all kinds including , Book andJob Printing, cheaper than any other estab lisb.mert ia the State. . , - . :' : : - Rags received in exchange for Blank books and stai ionary, 0111 orders from county of-ficers and others punctually attended to, withut delay. n6tf. ' . - . . PROSPECTUS ' 1 ' t -A e- j . - , . f fc .-. a OF XII E " ' i SEMI- WEEKL Y TRIE VNE ? " The publisher of the Tribune have been frequently solicited to issue a Semr-Weekly edition of their paper for the benefit of those who require tbe news of the day oftener than once a week, and yet are . without daily Mails or do not choose to incur the expense and heavy postage of a Daily. Circumstances have hitherto ren dered such publication impossible, without trenching upon tho due issue of our Daily and Wceyly editions. We are preparing to obviate this dimcuty in : the new building now being erected for os on the site of ur burnt establishment, where we hope to be again loca ted by or soon after the first of May. The New York Tribune Semi-Weekly, will therefore be issned fiom our office; 160 Nassau st. on. or before the 17th o! Way, and wiJI be published thenceforward on Wednesday and Saturday of each week. It will be printed on fine paper of the size of the Daily Tribune, will contain nearly or quite or all the matter of the Dai ly, including money Market, daily report of Cornier cial Transactions, sales of Stocks, City Intelligence, &c An assistant editor devotes his whole time to the collection of this kind of intelIigenre,reporting it twice a day for the Morning and Evening editions of our dai. ly. Two reporters are constantly watching the procee - dings of the various courts of our City and noting every thing deemed interesting to our readers. : We hope tl make- the SemiWeekly Tribune a most acceptable paper for Business men out of the City, and for all who wish a more prompt and detailed 'map- of busy life than a wetkly paper can possibly be made.- 1 -.Correspondents at - Washington during the session and at every point of general r transitory interest will at all times be employed ; tho liberal patronage bestow, ed on the Tribune demanding and justifying a corres ponding liberality of outlay on our part. tin. the d epart ment of ge leral Literature and Criticism, we have se cured assistance of the highest order, while we hope soon to announce a department of Agriculture and Sci ence,, under the immediate conduct of one of the most exyerieneed and popular writers on Agricultnre in the Country. . In fine we shall spare ne expense or efTort to make the Tribune, whether in its Daily, Semi. Week ly or Wekly edition, eminently worthy the patronage of the Business and Reading. Public, but especially of Whiss. . " Terms For the Semi-Weekly Tribune Three Dol lars year. Fite Dollar for two copies. " - GREELY & McELRATH. 160 Nassau s!, - . Surveying. ' GEORGE COOK, Would give notice d, the Public that he has completed his studies in the Science of Surveying and is now readyto do all busiuesa in his line with fidelity and despatch. "All persons wanting bu siness done in his line will please call oa him at his resi dencein York, Was'' iw C'ii. Michigan, ' . , . . Ea g l c II 6 tel. AVON SPRINGS, LIVINGSTON COUNTY. N. Y. rnidi s ii)t . i,a;nn. ja,.n.. . - . i II . . j t .l 1 , These Tills are prepared by William M. Smith, J; past winter, is now opened bylhe subscru M. D. late Trofessor of Mo.cm Medica id PhaTma' ber, for the reception of company. Cy, in the University of Lake Erie, Ohio. Dr. Smith ' "A Piazza of 160 feetin length, has been added to the would say to the public, that in offering them this Pill, front and northen end of tho house; ' from wbicb an ad- he presents no quack nostrum that will, by its irrita. vantageous view roay.be had of some.of the most beau- ting effect upon the stomach and bowels create dis tiful of the Genesee river flats, belonging to the extent ease where there was Imle or none before, but one sive and productive farms of Edward A. Le Roy and that is safe, mild, salutary, and uniform in its effects Thomas-II.Newbold, Esqs, . vVnndry alterations having upon the system.' ' ? ',- .'H? been made in this house, he will be enabled to accom- ire would say that be has now spent twenty years in modate an increased number of guests. As at present research and investigation, - directed to the Patholo. arranged,, it is eaqually spacions and convenient af. gy of disease, and the properties-of medicinal sub fording an agreeble, quiet home to the invalid, and a stances, and their adaptation to the removal ofmal pleasant temporary resort to. those seeking pleasure, adies to which flesh is heir. As tlie resnlt of these Every atfentirrt will be 'paid fcy him to the accommod a- labors be is now able to give to ie public a com tion and wishes of visitors, and attentive waiters will bination of medicinal vegetable substances, which is be hi constant readiness to serve them. as near perfection as careful study and close invest!- f An Omnibus and Coaches will be constantly employ, gation. tests and experiments can bring it. He would ed in the conveyance of bis boarders to and from the" say to physicians, oswell as others, Try this pilt ; it Sulpher Springs. 'A carriage will be ready on the ar- will not deceive yoa. rival of the rogulariay lines of Packet Boats on the' It is peculiarly adapted to the removal and preven Genesee Vally Caual from Rochester, to convey visitors tion of the following diseases : Bilious, Inlermittant, to bis house, free. , , Remittant Fevers ; Fever and Ague, Couh,Liv- llorscs nndCrriages and Saddle Horses will be fur. cr ComDiaints. Sick. Headach. Paasiva.nronav.nhit. nisoeu ruun nuueet v. vumoiuun. i V . . . . . . . ' r rr-TTirrTr July 1st. 1845. STATE OF MICHIGAN 7 - Washtenaw County 68 At a session of ihi? Probate court for said countv held at the' Piobate office in Ann Arbor, on the 3d day of j July, A. D 1815. Present Samuel P. Fuller, Judge of Probate iu the matter of the Estate of James fiarr, de ceased. . - Upon filing the petition of Thomas K. Andrews, !he executor named in an instrument which has been pre sented to said court, purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased, praying that said instru ment may be proved, allowed and recorded, as the last 1 wi;I -nd testament of said deceased. ' It is ordered fhat iunnuay me iwenty-eignio aay oi juiy, ai ten o uock in the forenoon of that day at the Probate , odice in Ann Arbor, in said county be tbe time and place assign-, ed for hearing and taking the proof of said will. And it is further ordered that said petitioner causo a copy of this order to be published in any public newspaper printed in said county, once in each week for three successive weeks previous to the time assigned for the hearing aforesaid,to the end that the next of kin to said deceased and all persons interested in said estate,having objections to the Probate of said, will may then and there appear and make the same known if they think fit. a true copy.)r - , S.-P. FULLER. . , . .. . ... " Judge of Probate gj E ALED PROPOSALS will be' received by . i he K?Commojt Council o the Village of Ypsilanti, until the first day of July , next, for excavating a ditch about one hundred and forty rods in length, and six feet wide at the bottom. For farther specifications, grade &c.re fer to De03 Showerman wbero the same may be seen. and where proposals may be laft. .. . . ... r.; -: .By Order of the Common Council, . - i A : ... ...V -J - V M. TOWN Pres.. I. . . .. , , . : . . - ' D." Showekmak, Rec. -Ypsilanti June 10th, 1845; : - l9t" The time for receiving the .above proposals is fur ther postponed until the fiftaenih insU . . ....r- vr ' ;.. , v T.M. TOWN, Prest, v D. Showebmav, Recorder. -- ' v y Ypsilanti, July 1,1845." V '." ' " ' TOTICE is hereby gtven, that we the undersigned JLJ having been appointed by the Hon. Judge of Pro bate for the conny of Washtenaw,. "commissioners, to receive and examine all claims ; of Creditors against the Estate of Asa Peck deceased, will meet at the of fice of J- Goodwill, Esq. in the village of Ypsilanti on the 17th day of September on the 17 th day of October, on the 17th day of November and on the 10th of Decern. ber nexr ensuing, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon on each of the above named days at the place, and for the pur pose aforesaid. :.'-. i-- .'! !- .: '". - JOHNSON GOODWILL. ) JAMES VANDERBILT. Commiss-. ' J ARVIS E. MARVIN. V ioners. --:- ' irn. Ypsilanti, Aug. 6;h 1845. STATE OF MICHIGAN 8jJ , Tf N. Attachment be Cocsty or WAsnTKNAw. i . JO. fore C. .H. Van cleve Esq. a justice ot the Peace in and for said Wash tenaw county Jty. - rzelere, - "I arzeleae, - . f i Seeley, J . .? John Larzelere, Daniel Larzelea Gurshom 'Notice is hereby given, tbat a writ of attachment has been issued in the above entitled cause against the goods, chatties, right and credits of the above named defendant and absent and non resident debtor, and tbat said cause bas been adjourned for trial until the 31st day of October A. D- 1845 at one o'clock in the after noon of said day, at tbe office of said Justice in Ypsi lanti, in said county. . . JOHN Y. LARZELERE. DANIEL LARZELERE. Dated, July, 31st, 1845. Ihd i a n a H ous e BY A. LEA DB EATER; On Alwaier , Street between Bates aud Randolph . DETROIT .' ... rpi HIS HOUSE has just been opened under' the most Ji fla'tering auspices, is thoroughly repaired and otherwise materially improved, and ia placed in order for the reception and entertainment of travellers, at the low price, of . .. ... ... , ? . ; 25 cts. per meal, or 62 1-2 cts. per day for board. Gentlemanly and obliging porters will be at all the conveyances to take charge of .baggage for guests of tbe bouse Passengers and their baggage conveyed to and.irom tbe house Jree oj chovge. . -. .- 0A share of public patronage is respectfully soli cited. Detroit 115 . - r . 22 SURGEON DENTIST. R. V. ASHLEY, has removed his office a few doors north of A . Hawkins Hotel to the dwelling .house formerly sccopiod by Doct Allen, where he continues to per form all operations in the variovs branches cf Dentistry viz: extracting, Cleansing, ana niing decayed J eeth, with Gold or. Tin ; setting teeth on Gold Plate or Pivot according to the latest . improvements, all operations warranted. . ' - , . Ypsilanti, May 17, 184S-;. . ... ltf. MONEY - " ' fTnHE Subscriber will pay CASH and the LL highest price for CORN-and .RYE." -EDMUNDS & Co. Ypsilanti,' Dec. 20 1843. . - tf . ' . Copartnership. V . : ' THE Subscribers having entered into copartnership in the practice of medicine and surgery, would respectful ly tender their professional servises to the In habitants of Ypsilanti and vicinity. Office, in Larze lere'a Block opposite Hawkin'a Hotel. - v. . . p. DAVIS, ? : i S. ;W. PATTISON. Ypsilanti, July 29A. 1843, , Blanks! Blanks!! Blanks!! Justices Blanks, Road Warrants, "4c. for sale ni this Office .". . ' v doctor smr$ University IPills, I .. .. . . . ' ' . matism. Enlargement of- tbe spleen internal Ples, bolic Acidity of the Stomach, Incipient Diarrhoe, Habitual Costirencss, and in ail cases oftorpor of the boweIs,when a cathartic aparient or alterative is need ed. They are inild, yet certain in their operation.pro dncing neither nausea, griping, nor debility. Testimonials in favor of Dr. Wm. M. Smith's ' ' University Pills. Monroe, Mien., July 12, 1841. Dr. Smith Dear Sir I take much pleasure ingiv ing my testimony in ifavor of yourvaluable. University Pills. I most cheerfully recommend them to the Pub lic as a safe, salutary easy, and efficient cathartic for most of the diseases incident to this region of coun try. I havejmade extensive use of them fotyfour years in my practice, and I believe them the BEST Anti .Billious Cathartic and Aperient medicine ever combi. ncd and offered for general use. Yours, G. Lakdon, Massillon, Ohio, May ls 1844- Dr- Smith, Sir I take much pleasure in bearing testimony to the efficacy of your pills in remooing bile from the Stomach, deterging the Liver, and in all com. plainrs emanating from that sourec. J. V. C- Teller, WaxERLOo, Mich. Mareh I , 1844. To Dr. Smith Sir For upwards of six months I was cruelly aSictcd with Fever and ague, and during that time could find nothing that gave me permanent relief; at length, however, your University Pills were recommended to me by one of the best Physicians in these parts: and I am happy in being able to say that from the use of one box I wasjpcrmanhntly cured of my ague. Since then a number of my family have been as signally benefitted. Yours F. J. Weils. Monroe, Mich. June 1, 1800. I hereby certify that Dr. Wm. M. .Smith has been my family physician for four years past; that he has used his University Pills inhis practice in my family with .unp&ralleledsncccss; and I think them prefera ble to anypill for billious aiTection in the world. Daxiel Goorcrow, Inkceper, Macomb st, Honse. Flint, Mich, June 5. 1844. Dr. Smith I am happy to give you my cordial ap proval of your University Pills. I am able to keep off Fever and Ague, and Fevers to which all of us are sub ject in this Western Country, by the timely use of your University fills, bend an agent this way as soon as possible for we are all out. Yours, D. S. Parshall. Monroe, Mich. June 10. 1844. We certify that we are and have been personally ac quajntcd with William II. Smith, M. D., and - know that he is a man of eminence in his irofe.sion--aiid for four years he filled he ciiair of Professor of Materia. Modi ca andPharmacy in the Willoughby University of Lake Lne, with honor io hinio!f und sntislaction t the uns tees and Faculty, as wdlaa the Students of the above University. " As for his pills, lliey are "par excellence CHARLES NOBLE. . B F. FYFIELD. Shiawasse Town, Mich. June 1. '44. This leer. tify, that in-the month of Septcm-ber last, I was attack ed with Lilious iever(while away from home at O wasso to build a water wheel) and with ' one doso of Smith's University Pills, I broke it up, and as many oiners were sick tnere at tne time, 1 administered thes puis to mem, and in at cases it broke up their le vers. I have iis-e-l them ma- ntr times since, and with great success, lhtyaro tiie best pills I ever used. RIAL B. CHASE. Millwright. Rochester. N. Y. June 25. '44. This 1 certify, that three ytars nso I was attacked with Liver Complaii-- so severely, that I could with difficulty turn myself in bed ; I used many specifics and rpnifrlipfi em'. tlrnnrtrorK' P.o..nn.:nn rt.: ential, and oth-er pilis, but with Iitte or no effect. One year ago, my friond Dr. Smith called on his way to Loston. when he gave me a box of his Universitv PHI which perfectly restored me.and my health has not again sunered trom lik.e cause. ABIG'L C. WRIGHT " Monroe. Mich. June 12, '41 Dear Doctor Jnstice requires me to state, that I have sold your ITniversity Pills for on and a half years last past, and that I can sell no others while I have taem on band. A hey have suncrscded the sain 1! thers theeffect is truly wonderful. J. W. A1ILLER, Tbe above Pills are for sale by TEAL andALLEii , lu. iAMZUl, and also by iVm. A.UEARTT, & C o. ipsnaiui, O" Sands's Saksapabillj The rapid sale of this article in this community is a pretty significant coment upon its virtues as a medicine. Tbe agent in this city constantly reciving testimonials of the almost inrroHi blecurcs it is daily effecti.ig in cases where every other meaicme nas uteny tailed. The cases of Mrs. A. M. Phillips, Is well knownito manyof our citizens, and whpr ever known, is justlyregarded as one of s most surprising character. Many other cases miht be cited, but it is unnecessary; the medicine has been tested and om mended by several physicians in this vicinity, who use it in their practice. Norwich Courier. For further particulars, and conclusive evidence of its superior value and efficacy, see pamphlets, which may be obtained of agents gratis. Prepared , and sold, wholesale and retail, by A. B. SANDS&. Co. Drug, gists and Chemists, 273, Broadway, New York- Pri ces 1 per bottle; six bottles for 5. . . ; For sale 'by TEAL & ALLEN, Ypsilanti. . . Farmers Look fere!!! ; THE Subscriber offers for sale his full-blooded Dur ham Bull 'Emperor,' eight years old, imported from England in 1839, and is the best bull ever brought to Mirhiga.i. Also, full-blooded bull Tip, "(sired by Empetor) four" years old. -Alan, twu fiill.hlnnHfid hnll calves. The above stock can be seen -any time at my iarm ouc uau mue irom the village of Ypsilanti. ' .' ? JOHN W. VANCLEVE. Claremont, May 17, 1845. - 17tf "' r-. vToPrinters---: : MESSRS. Cowpertvaait $ Hobbs take this oppor. tunity of informing' the nnhlin vAnenrilr. that thiv have commenced manufacturing i . . PRINTER'S INK of every description, and aie prepared to supply their customers ana consumers generally, on the most favor able terms. N. B. Colored Ink of evarir ahndA tr.ida tn ordpr. and the common colors always on hand. Superior red and lilue Inks at 2,00 per pound." ' Oj Manufactory No. 30 Dock street, Philadelphia. April 17,1815. 22tf jO ROUND Coffee, Ground Pepper and Ground rpice Jf put up expressly for family use and for sale yb July2. . ; 1; i . D. C, GOODWILL- 1 Medical Card. , A S HEALTH is of the hiehest earthl lmnortunre. XJL and the foundation of all happiness, the science of protecting nie, is th noblest ot all callings... ... . ; ., From the day of" Hipocrates? to the present, many singular, absurd and superstitious notions have, been advanced in regard to remedial agents, not only advan ced, but sanctioned by wise men and the law. to the ul timate injury of suffering . humanity. -Hundreds ot years ago, it was established by law, that the following theory, or notions, should be strictly adhered to : In ases of a departure of the system from its healthy state let the disease be located where it mlght,whethe it was local or general, inflammatory, chronic, or acute, or any of the names which Nosology may fancy to give.the Patient was and is subject to be bled, blistered, phys cked, poisoned, and starved, and -this treatment . was and is called Science (not common sense.) . Now, rea dcr, upon notions as absurd as those, learned ind wise men. (as they-were called) have consiruet'ed; some of the 'strangast theories that ever beset the- imagina tion, and they have been adhered to, Jn consequence of not being examiued by the common "class of people, and have been holding despotic sway for centuries, uniil about 50 years since, Doctor Samuel Thomson, the revolutionizer of the world in Medicine, introduced his simple and safe practice to a suffering world.. And since then Scientific quackery bas been tumbling to the dust, and it has not been long, as would seem, that any one person woutd dare call the medical gentlemen to an account of their steward-ship. Uutil, as would eem, a universal combination of common sense burst the spell. Respected reader, just pausetand reflect a mo ment, let the truth have its perfect' work. Are not ; the most deadly poisons that the mineral, Vegetable1; or animal kingdom produces, made use of to cure our dis eases ? Have they not become fas commou at the bed' side of the sick, as food is on the table of the hungry ? Ought these things so to be ?. Has not our Heavenly Father said, that the . Vegetable kingdom were for the healing of the nations, has he ever said that in the mineral kingdom there were healing virtues. ..You may, respected reader, derive some information by caiung on ine suDscnoer at his dwelling in Ypsilanti. You may, perhaps, in future, save Vourself and family from the lasting and tormenting"" effects of calomel, opium, arsenic, and the deadly poison scientific druirs of the earth Yes, from blistering, and that little instru. ment oi death, the bancet, and other harsh pretended re medial agents, under which the homan family have groaned for Centuries. . . 4 . In conclusion, the undersigned would say that his system is the Thomsonian fystem, that he has fuil coir fidence in it for the cure of air diseases to which the human system is subject, and relies wholly on Jhe vegetable Kingdom.which the God of Natnre has spread in such rich profusion over every hill, dale and val ley, as the only proper remedial agents, and that a poison cannot be a Medicine, - " - - N- B. All kinds of Botannic Medicines for sale. 1 D. VAN DERHEYDKN, ' . Botannic Physicisn Ypsilanti, November 17. 1844. - . , - : R. HALSTED'S BRISK PILLS, .28 Pilis for 25 cents. The Brisk Pills answer the nnrnnao more effectually than any other pills in use, and super sede them altogether in medical virtue and excellence. If you doubt this, just try them it will cost only 23 cents and then you too, will be satisfied. If they are not what they are recommended to be, denounce them. They are not recommended to cure everything; but 1 do say, with cut fear of contradiction, that nopills are their equal in removing diseases orijinatino- in the stomach and bowels. For liver aflt ctions and bilious diseases, such as dumb ague, fever anda?ue, intermit, tent and remittant fevers, the Brisk pills possess pe culiar properties foa their speedy removai. ' From ten years' experience as a practising physician,' I am con viffevi that nonfl can equal them. Do not believe all t!iv is 3 id about an 'infallible pill, that never fail to t:ure any disease, but try the Brisk Pills th cheapest pillls iu u.e,' and then you have a chance to judge of their merit or demerit- Asa blood cleanser, and a purifier to ihe disc-aned system, and a purifier to the diseased system, they perhaps supercede every pill in use. They are quick and asy in their operation, giv ing life life and tone to all the torpid orsans : throw- ing off impurctnatters or humors, (earing the system clean and healthy. This is all, that any medicine can do,- not withsianding . the great show, of words and fictitious certificates. We are determined to let these pills stand upon their owu reputation, win or lose. All we ask is an impartial trial. They can .be taken by old and 'yonng, at any time with perfect Bafcty They are an 'excellent medicine for children having worms &c. In a word, they possess all the qualities of an aparient pill for all family use. They have cured many diseases which no other moutcine could remove In conclusion, I ay, do not. despair of a cure until you have tried the Brisk Pills,. for they dopossess peculiar properties and virtues. Wholesale and retail by J. O. FAY &. Co-136 Fulton st. Sun Buildmgs.New York. Also, by . . E. SAMSON, Agent. Ypsilanti, October 3,1844. . . n42, . A NIMAL CHEMISTRY, has proven I)X question, that means can be so chemi beyond . all icallv combi ned as to act upon the ab. sorbent system, and re move various accumulations, which, if allowed to continue, willcreate disease, pain, troublesome tumors morbid swellings,' and scrofulous diseases, &c. According to Chemistry, and the physioloev of the human system, a remedy has been discovered, and is now applied. and rendered successful, in removing painful swellings, pain in the aide and back, scrofulous tumors, King's Evil, enlargement about -the neck and throat, ague .akes, enlargements of 'the spleen', etc. une tnmg siiouid De borne in mind by every physician, that the means here spoken of should be used- in pref erence to evrey thing else. . in case of fathering- or painful swelling in the breasts of (hose who nurse. 1 hose who are in the habit of being troubled in this way, should use it before any, symptoms of hardness are manifested. No exposute to cold will have anv effect on the parts where the application is worn. When me Dreasts are painful, there are no means which can be used that will sive so ouick and. certain relief h this. Those who do not wish to suffer must btar the above in mind and use the means here specified. For it never fails in this disease, neither can it fail. The reader can readily see. if it can soften and subdue such.-inflammations, othow much importance it would be to use in cases of weak backs, spinal irritatiou, and m fact all kinds of weakness or inflammation As an external application in Liver ComDlaint. nnin in the hips and shoulders, it bas no equal ; and as a pain j extractor, there is no magical drops or linaments that ! will compare with the Jew Daviu's or Hebrk this is the remedy, and it is two well known among phy i aicians in general, to need any further description. ; Thousands have been relieved bv this Plaster', after every, other application haa failedirA pamphlet giv ing an account of its discoveay,witb eertificates.direc tions, &c, accompany each x, which is sufficient to spread 6 or 7 Plasters .Price 50 cents. It is pleasant to wear, and no one need fear of takins cold in that part over which the plaster is applied. E. SAMSON, Agent. . Ypsilanti, Oct. 1844. . 6m43 Strayed or Stolen. ' 1' FROM the premises of Conrad House in the township of - Ann Arbor on Friday night last one eight years old MARE, dark brown, nearly black, heavy main, tail and for tion ; she has marks of a Poke on Iter neck shoe of the left fore foo t gone and she has the marks cf having beeu worked infills. She carries her tail close and is worth at least 65. She was last seen neat Mr. Wanseys in the township ofYp'. silanti. Any person wAo will return said mare, will be handsomely rewarded. , , CONE AM HOUSE Ann Arbor, May 13, 1845. ' THE PIONEER MAGAZINE of AMERICA Godey's Magazine and Lady's Book . TO.. .FOB 1645. - The beet earnest a publisher can give of what he can and will do "next year is a 'reference to what he ha doi.e last year, or at any time for the last fifteen years Under this view of the case it would be quite sufS. cient for ordinary purposes lor us to say that the high character of this magazine for Literary and Artificial merit will be properly sustained. - 'But we are aware that the rapid & dazzling succession of noveitieswhich we have, brought forward within the last lew years natrally excites a lively curiosity, 'and every subscri ber is saying to himself WHAT WILL GODY DO NEXT. . It is merely with a view to gratify this curiosity or the part of our friends that we now proceed to ennmert ate some of the features ot our next year's plan, prom, ising, however, that the enumeration must necessarialy bs partial and incomplete, from one invariable prac tjee of seizing upon every new and brilliant form of ombellishraont, the moment it presents itself, as well as securing the services of all the . . ' ' Ppoulai, Lively and Piquant Writer S the moment the characters are distinctly developed and pronounced- The honor of bringing forward first rate genius into pnblic .notice and favor, and serving as a sort of prime conductior to electric flashes which send their light through the whole Uaion, has become ouita Oar original idea of illustrating American history by ; Views of Battle Grounds we are still calmly pursusiHg in a style that defies all competition. The not less brillant idea of illustrating the . . . . Heroism of American Lines by a series of engravings and narratives which will serve to place in their true light the patriotism, revo tion and sslf Sa'.risice of our female ancestors in the re volutionary war, emphatically called ' The Heroic Age of America is also original with us. Otner incidents of the Revo lutionary history will also fumih subjects forembeilisht menis of the oomingyear. Among thesupjecis already exacuiad are 7 The reception of the news of Lexington fMit by Dar ley. ......... - , . Marion's entertainment of the Briijab officerby White Female gallantry, by Hurbdrt. Storming of the Red Bank Fort by Hamilton. . Count Dcnop's monument by Hamilton. .; The battle of Concord bridge by Frankenstein. ... The Germantown Battleground, by Russell Smith Trenton Battleground by Hamilton, with a large number of others, engaged but not yets'ent in by the artists. Another new and striking feature wa now propose for the first time in public, having had ar tisls, engaged for twelve months in working it out Our readers will piase to note, the date of the announ cement of this feature, It will consist ot Characteristic Stale Views. : in which the particularities of the scenery, cosrumeand: costuaies of every State and Territory of the Union will be presented in succession. This idea will of course be claimed by others, but our readers will not forget to mark dates. , Our proffered premium of 820f far the best paint, ingot a subject illustrative of Female Patriotism has already brought a splendid array of tale it into the field Tne award has been postponed for another month out uf courtesy to artists who have piclures still upon their eascis. The premium for $250 for the best enravinff wril of course bring forth a se-iies of first rate steel Plates.- -.. . .In addition to all these advantages, the privilege of engrevmg the premium pictures of the Apollo Associa iion, will serve to form a K'-V; U our splendid system of Embellish ment. The public know our literary contributors well, fer they have long been in the habit of recognisino them as the . .. LEADING WRITERS OF AMERICA, in Magazine Literature that Literature which 'exact from the ablest pens their most piquant and brilliant contributors, at the same time that it condenses' into compect and pleasing form .... ' The moral, the useful and the solid : lh nanative, sketch and essay writing. V , MEZZOTINTS, MEZZOTINTS, MEZZOTINTS It is only necssari to sap that in this department we have Sartain, Sadd and Warner, and eaeh of them have several plaits en hand. We shall, we think, have one in each number next year. . - - Authentic Eashion Plates Gody'a Lady's Book is the only Magaxine that can be relied upon for the real fashions Our translators suffer nothing of merit and interest which is suited lo the design of the Lady's Book in the Literature of Germany, France, Italy, aud other nations of the European Continent to escape them. Among many novel features in the literary way which are now in the course of preparation, for well known reasons we choose to announce but one in this connex." ion, vii - v .... . . ; THE BORDER LEGENDS OF AMERICA many ol which have just reached us from the distant regions which were formerly the scenes of border wara and hunting expeditions, and were the exploits of the famous Indian killers and hunters still furnish themes for purely national ' , . , . . BALLADS SONGS AND STORIES to Uieir children and, grand . children by tbe winter's fireside-" ' " " " , . It is not necessary' for ns to give the names of our wntcrspreviovs numbers will show that they are the best in America. ...... ..... . .Address ( . . . . - .L. A. GODEY. -, - Pulishers Hall, Philadephia. Godey's and Graham's Magazine will be furnished ' one year on receipt of 5. b y L. A. GODEY, Phil. For Sale The House and Lot situated on the corner of Washington and Ellis streets. T rms made known by en quiring of CVJoslin, Esq. Ypsilanti. V i . G.FRAIN. ' -Ypsilanti. October 2o, 1844. . , 454 - , i Hartford Fire Insurance Company. SN(i(lI5P0RATED 18lO,Chartar Perpetual-Capital 150,009, with power to incroase it to $250,000 -I his long established Company, with an ample cash capital, offer to insure Houses Stores, Merchandise. Mil s, Furniture, &c. on very favorable terms. Losses shall lie equitably adjusted and promptly paid. Own ers of pro perty m Ypsilanti and vicinity, who wish to obtain insurance against loss or damage tyfire, are in vited to apply directly to the subsciibers, who are au thorized to issue Policies without delay. xr V t . NORRI8 & FOLLETT, ' Y piIantuJulySO, 1844. Agtms. TmiSSOLUTION.The partnershipieTeTo: J-U fore extsting between LeviJ. Hull and Asa Martin, of the town of Ypsilanti U this day dis solved by mutual. consent of parties. AH those" havtng unsettled accounts with said firm, will call and make settlement. ;-. - , .- -( LEVI J. HULL. ASA MARTIN. : Ypsilanti, Dec. 10, 1844. 1TD OIL.VuPe"Or article of Lard Oil just re ceivedand for sale by CHAS U, WILLIAMS. - loledo.Ohio.- a a N - MLASSES Just received on consignenT ' a quautity of molasses for sale by ... Chas. H. WILLIAMS. Toledo 'O.-- IS it ill,' a U Mires?