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Correspondence of the Argua Delui. Sept. 9 OnelPay One Price Dear Sir Our'Couuty Court commenced its J Xp c iiinn ve."lerdiy Judge Wuhere! presiding. I . .u 1 ho Grand Jury was then empaiiielled, 23 be- j 8tanj at mg sworn. J ohu t,dgerio i h, j. former oheritl, is the foreman. i I hive couvesed with miuv of the prisoners. They appear subdued, and noxious to keep hark nothing. . Some of them ure anxious to i dueo ly before the Grand Jury and make tu t cm. le sion, and when indicted, lt plead gui'tty beiicv injjthat there W no chance of escape. i , TTOULD respectfully invite the attention of the Aimoiny orDlu jr. aepulV menu, reiur. ta mm; yy citizens of Ypsilanti and vicinity to his stock of GRANT would respectfully inform his old eus. tomers thai he has returned to Ypsilanti wiih nn assertments of GOODS which he will offer at his old low prices for ready pay, and to all persons for the same price at retail, Any patronage from old or new customers wiil be thankfully received. All are iuvitfd to call und examine h's assortment and prices. YMsilnti, July 22, 1745. 26 3m Drugs and Medicines . E. SAMSON. GKEAT WESTERN HOTEIC, AT THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT, YPSILANTI. Alcohol eveninrf wilh several prisoners am oi lu:ii J C. Kettle. Dennis Jackson, and Abel J.mes. Tlti'V are Indians not present at thcEarle sale, but other wise implicated. In gei.eral, the prisoners brought before the cor- er, finding tho most ol the facts are known, as well as the persons implicated, make full confes eiou of guilt. I am informed by the District Attorney, that a very large number of bill?, sumo 150 or over, al ready have been ordered by the Grand Jury, ir -Nrather bills against thai uumbor, as many of them xLl be j tiued in tho same indictment Our vil lags is thronged uiih people, many of them wit nesses, jurors &c and far more of them anxious friends of those now i.i custody, charged with crime. I amiufirmed that very many of the principal anti-renters throughout lite County, are renoun cing all connexion wait that association ; and from a calm investigation of what ts going on around i Brimstone trie, I am stisht d, as 1 before anticipated, that the I Blacking death of Sevle will be the means ol breaking up this dangeraus soti-iy. - - Thosu tenants, against whom warrants have is fued manifest no disposition to resist, and are set tling and compromising in various ways with the landlords. Delhi Sept. 12. Thos. Ik-ray. a chief of Dry lirook, Ulster CV. was committed on Wednesday evening. He was nrrested at scienceville, Greene county, by Uriah GriUeii, assisted by two other persons. When ta ken he was armed with a rifle, dirk, and pistols. He confessed to have been-at Stamford, armed & and disguised, last Spring, when you will receol lect the tesrueof the prisoners here was contem plated, but denies having b-ei di'guwed since. Drugs and Meditimt wliich comprise almost every ar ticle usually called for, among which may be lound Acids, all kinds Ammonia Aether Lemon syrup Lead Lozenges, medicated Morphine sulphate Antimony crude and white Mnsk Chine88 Annis Beed Aqua Ammonia Aquafortis duplex Arrow root Arsenic Alum Annatto Adhesive Salvo Antique oil African Cayenne, Balsam Fir, do Honey do Life do Hourhound do Copniva do Tolu Bath Brick I Beeswax Corn refined . Bronze yellow and white Bears oil Burgundy pitch J Blister piaster 1 Black lead I Blue Pi'l trass Blue vitriol Blue Smalt British Lustre Black snnd Bottles, various kinds Blood root Babary bark British oil. Calomel, English Camphor Carbonate, iron ' j if uo magnesia. The Grand Jny cam mm curi ihis morning Calcined magnesia having found sixty-six indictment' against as iimj y . Castor oil person lor various olftfuces cumin-tiled pr.or i the murder of S'eeh. Eleven of those indicted ore for robbery in i he fir st degree, appealing d sguised and armed, ad fir riot at Miridleinwu, last Febrmry, when he Piwrson was set upon and robbed ot bis paprs Ate. The Grand j try will to morrow present indict ments agiidst th-ise concerned in tlu murder of Steele. Some oth-r matters not nolictd by the former Jury may also he brought forward m this term. Indeed under the law against appearing disguised 6z? I ihink all the aili-reut- movements are in tram ol full dnvBlnpemaf. Caustic Lunar - Cinnamon Copperas Corusive sublimate Cream Tartar Cruton oil Carmine Creisote Cardamon seed Caraway seed Chalk, red and white Conserve roses Cochineal Colcliicuin root Coriander seed Court plaster Columbo root Cantharides Corks, large and small Cephalic enufl Crocus Castile soao Confectjonaries Dovers powders Digitalis Fol Essences, all kinds Emery coarse and fine. Ergot Extract CoWynth comp, do Hyusciamus do Lemon Queen Victokia's Insanity. We see some of tho papers have j 1st made the discovery that Queen Victoria of England is supposed to be ins; ns Tnis is nothing n;w. ' The Loudon Correspond ent of s me of ihd Paris papers stated the fact two years since, and dwelt upon it at some lengih giving details which, as far as posih!v. were trea ted nt L ijidon as slate secrets, but which went ve cy directly to establish the fact. Even some of the London nap.-rs, a few months alu-r this, rather hinted at, than avowed ihe same lliiiij.', tnoughttie enhi -nt not much dwelt unitu bv that press. The fact however, has been ;h.: theme of conver-1 EliJ JJ'0 fa ioii, in well iul..rmed circles, upon the continent; Fpso: "3 ever since Us announcement tnrougn tne raris pa- Eve,water pcrs, the circuit. s ances given beiug such as to leave full conviction ol truth upon the minds of their readers. The malady is probably inherited !y the present victim, from her ancestor George the third ; and the present jounieyings dec. of the Queen have no doubt, solo reference to this fact, and not to state matters of any sort these last be ing only the nsURisd motive, to save appearances. Buffalo Pilot. IN CHANCERY SECOND CIRCUIT. John Y. Larzelere )lN Pursuance and by vir tue of a decree ot ibis James VT. Waterberry 1 court matte in tne above en titled cause on the 10th. day of July A. D. 1845, notice is hereby given, that I the undersieneo, one ot the Masters of the sai-J Court, will on Tuesday th ll.h. I day of .November next, at one of thecIock in the alu-f- j noon of that day, expose for sale at Puolic Ancttoii at the Ypsilanti House, kept by Abial Hawkins, - m the village of Ypsilanti. County of Washtenaw, State of Michigan, to the highest bidder, all ihe following de scribed piece, or parcel of land, witli the oppurtenan ce thereunto belonging, situated in the Village of Yp silanti aforesaid, known and described a Village Loi number one hundred and twenty six (12b) containing forty seven rods of ground, be the s irne more or less: m o rding to the plat opua record at the KecorJer's of fice in Ann Arbor in said County. Tbe sale will be absolute.: .'. Dated September lGtli A. D 1845 - -Skusu & Joslw - : GrJO.DANFO.1TH : Compis. Sol. . Master is Chascert MEETING OF THE TOWNSHIP BOARD. T THE Township Board of the town of Ypsilanti will meet at the office of A. Vorhees Esq., in said Township on Friday the 2Gia day of September inst at nine o'clock A. M. for the purpose of auditing and allowing tbe claims against said Township, and for the transaction of any oiber business that may come before 'them. O. H. LEE Township Clerk. ' Ypsilanti, Sept. 16di 1345. BROKE into the enclosure of the subecriber on or about Ihe 7tU day of June last, a nine or ten years old Chestnut Poney Mare, with a white face, both fore leT9 white to the knee joint, and one hind leg white up tothe gan.brtl, a!ro spots or. both o' her steles and had sore back when came probably - caused by the saddle. Sampler, Wayne co. Sept. 11. 145. 34 8w NOTICE. fTTlHE Subscriber having sold nut his interest U in the Grocery business is desirous of set tling up with tho indebted to him by note or book ecount without delay, otherwise they will be left with the properofScer for collection.. .,,... . v r DEWfTT C. GOODWILL. Ypsilanti, Sept. 17, lir W Flowers Chamomile do Sulpher Fol Senna Ginger root do ground Glue Gold Leaf Godfreys Cordial Glauber Salts (jum opium do Aloes de Gamboge do Ga'.banum do Scammony do Shellac do Beuzoi'i do Assalceiida do Cupal do Kino " do Myrrh ilo .drabt-c do . ragacamh Gall Nuls lliera Picra ilydriodate Potass Harlem oil Herbs dried Hive syrup Hot drops or No 6 Honey Iceland moss Iodine Isinglass Ink Powder Indigo rpanish float Indellible ink Ipicac powdered Ivory Black . James Powders Jujube paste Juniper Berries Jalap powdeied Laudanum Liquorice paste do Kenned Mustard seed Muriate soda Matches s Mace Nux Von.ica Nutmegs Nervine Nitre Oil Peppermint do Wintergreen do Spearmint rio Cinnamon do Anis 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 Horsemint do Almonds do Castor do Sassafras do Vitriol do Roses do Rosemary do Lemon do Tennyroyal do Balsam do Amber do Fireweed Ointment Mercurial "Oxalic Acid Or:ine 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 Rasa Rad Gentian do Rhei do Columbo do Sarsaparilla do PciMa do Valerian. Red Precipiiate Red oxid iron. Rosin Rose Pin Roclielle Salts Rotten Stone Rose Water Sulphate Quinine do Zinc do Topper Super Carbonate Soda. Saleratu Salt Petre Spirits Nitre do Lavender compound do Turpentine Salts Lemon Sponge, coarse and fine Sugar ot Lead Syrup squills Syringes all sizes Saffron Sedli-itz Powders .Sal Soda Starch Tartaric Acid Tarter Emetic Tamarinds . Terra de Seirina j onca B a.is Tooth Powder Tinctures various kinds Umber Turkey ' Unguentuni Vtrm'illion. Eng. do Chinese Venice Turpentine Vials assorted Vitriol White do Blue Varnish copal do Leather do Shellac Verdigris ground .While mustard White wax Wine of Antimony Whi'e soap Water colors' WOULD Respectfully inform his friends and lb pub re generally, that he has taken the above well known stand, where he is now prepared to receive their calls. HIS TABLES, will always afford an abundance of food to the hungry; TIIS BEDS, rest to the werv; ainl his BAR whatever ih present .vtem of No License" .will allow to the thirsty. lUS STAftfjbS. nrn alwo well supplied, and he flatters himself that nothing is now wanting to jtive his guests the highest satisfaction at the most moderate prices. BOARDING, On the most moderate terms by the day, week, month or year &M(D)DIBmilBS H E would also inform the public that hi Mock of Groceries in the basement t( the u Grae tern" comprises eVery article of family use, such as Salt, Fish, Pork, Surar. Cheee. Candles, Tobacco, Tea, Snuff, Coffee, Salaratus, Nails, D'ied Apples, Detroit Ale, Cider, Lemons, Oranges, Nutmegs, &c. die. OCT" A I so Pur- Wine and L'quors of the best quality for Medicinal usg.-T-Q All of which will be sold FOR CASH at tho lowest possible prices. tW, IN Ihe Great Western basement, (wesi side) where can be found Pies Cakes, Crackers, Fruits. Nuts, Cigars, Detroit Ale, Soda Beer &c. &c. with pleasant seat, aff odiug the traveler an agree able retreat w hile waitii2 the arrival and departure of the Cars and Stage-. YPSILANTI. April 30. 1P45. I4tf. TVTISS HARRIET ROWLEY. Desires to inform iYJ. her friends, and the pahlie generally, that she has resumed her business, of Millinery and Drett ma. king, at her former stand on Congren Street, above Larzelere's Blocki where she will be happy to receive Ihe orders of all who may favor her w'nh their custom. Patterns of thft latest stvle regularly received. April 12. 1845. tf New and plendid JUillinary Goods. MISS F. NICHOLS, wishes to inform the citizens of Ypsilanti and its vicinity that she Ins just re ceived from the East, a splendid assortment of MILL1NAEY GOODS. which she will dispose of cheap for cash and ready pay. She has also procured good Foreman, by which the I Dreiffnaking buninfss will be conducted with neat- ness and despatch. CBonnets dressed in the neatest, latest and most fashionable style. N, B. All orders aitendc' to without delay. Ypsilanti, June II. 185. Mtl. K. MOSES L ESPERANCE. would inform his . Vt' friends, and ihe public generally, lhat he has re. turned and resumed lus business of House, Carriage, and Sign painting. H may be found at his shop, op. posite flawkin's Hotel, where he will be happy to see his former patrons, and all who may desire his service. Wednesday July 24th- 1845. NOTICE All persons indebted to J. x Larzelere &. Co either by note or book account are request ted to settle the same before the first day October nex and save cost. 26tf PORTRAIT PAINTING. F. jTme'tCALF, Grand River Plaster. Banels of Gra d River Plaster just rer ivcil Mod lr snie at the Depot by NORRIS & FOL LETT An.Ht.6. 1845 28tf 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.SAMS0N TOBACCO a lot of superior Missouri and Kentuc ky Tobacco just received und for sale by Cha. II WILLI A Mr5. Toledo. O. Ypsilanti Seminary. THIS INSTITUTION was opened in August 1844 and Chartered by the last Legislature. The number of students in attendance has been 180. The Propri etors r tarn their gra'eful acknowledgments for this liberal share of public patronage; and pledge their ef forts to make the Institution worthy of future 'confi dence. Persons wishiiig to pursue a Collegiaie course of Education, or prepare for the practical business of f.ifp. will find e fulfil and amnle onnortunilies. ! English. Classic. & Ornamental 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. WOULD resprcifulJy inform the Ladies and I Tbis "'cle has cored ,'....,I.T, .OVii ,m h. h.S opened i 'iSTjaS a ro..m ovr I . Unnmpion i btore, where he oners . try, in New York only ai nis service w punire as a portrait pAinrrr.tt. Mr. M. flatters hitmelf that his experience as an Artist, nnd ihe assurances which he can give of qualification &c. , will be satisfactory, and ensure him a generous patronage. Ladies and Gentlemen are invited to call and examine specimens. N. D LtkeoeMe always warranted. Ypsilanti, July 12, 1945. Franklin Mouse. BROADWAY NEW YORK. re HE Proprietors of this eslablishment respectfully ! ja. iniorm uieir irienas ana the public, that i hay have leased the atne for a term of years. The house is sit. naied corner of Broadway and Dey. Street, and is desir. ably located f.r those traveling on business, or for pleasure. Tbe subscribers are grateful for the liberal patronage they have heretofore received and hope to merit a continuance of (he same. NEWTON HAYES. 1 JOHN P. TREDWEL L July 7th. 1845. 24 7w. Fresh Groceries. THE FOLLOWING articles of Groceries will be sold very low by the Subscriber for ready pay, viz: Old Hyson Tea, Yonng do? Li grara CofTee, Java do Muscavado & Havana Sugars Lump and Clarified do. 1 bbl. fine clean Rice I. bbl. good vinegar, . Honey Dow and paper tobacco.' Those wishing to purchase are respectfully invited to call, D. C. GOODWILL. Ypsilanti July 2, 1845. ajif Important News. SAMSON, Authorised agent for the sale of the genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. Bach- sns Hungarian Balsam, Folgers Olosaonian, Jaynea Expectorant Syrup.jRowands Improved Tonic Mixture Comstork fe Co '8. Medicines, including Oldridges I liaini Columbia. Connels ram JbXtrartor, Hays Lini ment, Extract of Sarsaparilla, J"C etc. Shermans Lozenges and Plasters, Deans Chemical . Plaster Jew Davids or Hebrew Plaster, Dalleys Pain Fxtractor, Fosgates and Godfreys Cordial, Fahnestocks Vermifuge HEALTHY Familiis are those who ue the "Re surrection or fertiian Pills.' They keep ihe ato-m-clenn, the liver free, the blood pure, the appetite good the mind brilliant; in a word, the person healthy. Those who -have sallow or yellow countenances may be assured that their liver is more or less diseased; and that by taking ih.r Persian Tills frequently, their skin will become clear and fair, theirstomnch will be stroma ened.and they will have a healthy flow' of pure blood, which will give the b'cnnof health ' Thwe who are inclinr d to ic ver ud agne, dypepM.i. cosiivencss. or who have an unpleasant tast in their mouth ' in the aiornuvg.shoiild use these pill, for they cleanse the stomach so effectually, that the breath becomes per. lectly sweet f a rents am all otli era hontl htear in mind tl at they am an effectual euro tor dtarrhOe. No children have been known' 10 die of summer corti plaints who have used fuse pills from the comrrteirce of their diease. Mark this I f..r you will not blame yourselves if your children die, hat you did not try the Persian pill. Sold by E. fUMSOX. solo spent for Ypilanfi. IMPROVED QUALITY AND HALF PRICE. COMSTOCK i$ CO'S CONCENTRATED COMPOUND FLUID. .. Vf ExtrctofSarsaparila SOR Ihe mre of Scrofula Chronic Rheumatism. Ge neral Debility,- Cutaneous diseases, Scaly Erup ions of iheskin. Tetter, Pimples or Pustules on tho Face, Mercurial, and Syphiloid Diseases, Biles, from an impurestate qi oe body Ulcerations of the Throat and e?, pains and swelling of the bones. liver afiVciion, til diseases arising from an impure state of the blood, exposure aid rmpradeucces in life, excessive use of mercury, &c. The great pop-clarity x sarsaparilla. -and its established efficacy, renders it roperfluousto eu ter into any econium of its virtue or addwe any evi. dence in its favor. The sarsanarilla is Warranted Dosi. ! lively as good as any other that can be made at One (Dollar, al just half ihe price of those so mneti ad jver'iscd, and as strong and in as Isrgo bottles, vix$ Fifty cents per Bottle. ' This article has cored Scrofula of 30 years after the nsed in vsm. To he bad of the dCo. ' only, throughout theCoun 21 Cortlandt street. ICHave Comstock,e Sarsaparills or none, if vou wish the best article at a reasouahle price. TEAL t ALLES, Agests For tire SaTe el the above . . , . STATIONERS HALL A1SD TPER WIRE HOUSE - -l DETUOIT," MICHIGAN. - C'i F. HOOD, & CO.-Two doors below tha J htw. er's &. Mechanics'Bank near the Michi pan Exchange, have on hand a large assortment of STA TIOXERYot every description consisting of Cap and Letter Paper twenty qualities, from to $8 ' ; . ' 1 ' Cards, visiting, Business Printing,' Fortune telling, Vc. Son Books, .American, English, Irish, Scotch, Pat riotic, Naval, Comir, Seutimenlal.egro,' Old ' Ballad, Temperance, Fireman's. Love, Mitiarv. War, Ope ratic, Bunker Hill, Grandmother, Pretty Girls, and Old Virginia minstrells, Toy Books, plain and colored, for low. INK, Blue, black and Tea prmting and wriintg. P.ark Gammon. Chess and Checkerboards. Paper, Printing. JEnVelope. Blotting, Drawing, Oral tirtg, Oopying, Reckord, Silk andtissue paper. ' Pen and Pocket knives, of all kinds, of the beat qual ity. Sealing Wax. black blue and red watea, Ink ami wafer stands utiJ cups, Sand Boxes, ' BLANK BOOKS, from Gap to Superroyal, consisting of Lsdg. ers, Journals, Day Books, Invoices, Billhooks, Reck ords, f c. G. F. D.& C. manufacture their own wor they employ none but tho best of New York workmen and use only the best material ; they stand ready t warrannt their work to 'ne plus ckra ' BOOK BiXDlSd, ' , in all its varions "branches Old books .rebound M good as new . Libraries fitted up a short notice; New Publications bound cheap. - , Paper Ruling. This branch of trade in all varietre Port Folios, plain and Taney. . Steel Pens.Gillou's, " Perryan, Cohen's, Henry & Wade's, on cards and in boxes. Quills, frdm No 1 to 70, a superior article. Bank and Memorandum Books silver and F-wood rawing Pencils t Molto Seals, and tetter iinnni Aim. I nacs, comic, tragic, nerrific, coockerv. Crocket. Fish- er'a Turners temperance and farmers calculations for Michigan and Canada. Printing, of all kinds including Book andjob Printing, cheaper than any other estab li'sh-ment in the State. Rags received in exchange for Blank books and sta ionary, DM II drdera from county ol-ficers and others punctually attended ro, witbut delay. n6tl. PROSPECTUS OF THE "SEMhWEEKLY TRiBUNE The publisher of the Tribune have been frequently solicited ro issue a Semi-Weekly edition of their saoer Bris'tots Sarsaparilla. Oegooda India ChoIagogue.Wash I fo,r the benefit of ,hoe wb require tbe news of tbe day ingion EliXer, Easu rn Tonic, Allebasi's Medicines, I ?e.?er than once a week ."nd Vet are without daily ,CK" I . - . . W ,. .t . .... ' . M ft 1 1 n nvt tr. . . f I. - . J I ntrh-.An in Fh -.virtw ,lih . n,,M, Pt. vvngni maun vegeiaoie nils, Oregotys. fhinnevs. " . r v "" " "wtj iea. ltush 5-r.: i:r: ammanon. Tuition, from S 3,00 to S 6 00 ; board, room rent &. fire. wood $ 1 4 per quarter of ll weeks. Lessons in music, including the use of instrument, $ 8,00 tuition to bn paid invariably by ihe middle of the quaiter. No deduction made fur absence except in cases of sick tie9. I KiFerence is marie to the visiting committer in ihis ! village : also Rev. James Ingli and M. Sandford De jlroit ; D. Barret, Monroe; A. Tucker, Adriau ; J. L Fulion. Tecuinseh; J. Booth, Clinton , G. W. Harris, Jackson; W. Allen, Ann Arbor; J. Winner, Notth ville;. James Pyper, Pontiac. Prof. Wm. L. EATON, ) -MARY B. F. BROWN. ( Pr,nc,Pal- Smiths Uuiversity and Smilhs Sugar Cos lialsteil.-. Ilerricks, feters Resurrection or Persian, Muscovetus, Tomato, Lees, Moffat s, and Picra Pills. A supply of ihe tibrve always on hand. L. H.MOORE. A.MOORE. r'Pni Wm. Waters assorted ALSO Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, Lard Oil, Curriers Oil, and a full assortment ol 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 ut very low prices and all articles warranted good. Thankful for the very liberal patronage he has heretofore received, he hopes by strict attention to business, low prices and a good assortment of articles to merit a continuance ol the same. Physicians from the country supplied as hereto fore with medicines upon the most reasonable terms and particular attention paid to the putiiug up of med ical prescriptions and orders. N B. Most kinds of Country produce and paper rags taken in exchange for goods. July 22. 1845. 11IRST" RATE mould and dipped candles for sale p, C. GOODWILL. JVeic Establishment. House, Carriage, Sign and Ornamen tal Painting. THE Subscriber takes this method to inform the citizens of Ypsilanii 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 carrying on ihe above-named business in all branches wilh punctuality and despatch. Paints prepared to order at.d for sale. All orders from tbe country punctually attended to. WASHINGTON CLARK. Ypsilanti, Aug. 20. 1845 ... 30 3m NOTICE. R. ISAAC CRANE. w.nM r-.n.if..!!- ;nr those indebted to him bv book account or other wise, lhat he desires a speedy settlement of such ir. dcbiedness, and trusts they will call on him for that purpose without delay or furthei notice. He woald also in term his friends and the public gen erally that he coniinucs.und intends to continue the busi ness of Saddle and Harness making in all its branches, at his old stand opposite Hawkins hotel. where he mayat all times be found ready to serve those needing work in his line on moderate and accom modating terms All work warranted to give aatisfaction both as re gards the quality ot the stock used, and the workman, ship employed. Ypsilanti, Sept. 10. 1845. 33 3w YPSILANTI ' Shrine of Fashion. THE Subscriber would inform his .friends and the public generally, that he has commenced business in Ypsilanii, directly opposite the office oi 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 bis custom ers. a d every material change tif fashion, will be a sufficient guarrantee to his friends and patrons, that all orders, whether F 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 addiiional motive to all those who have gai merits to make to give him a call rather than to have them pass into the hands of children and apprentices- " N. B. Easy coats and garments of every discription for farmers and laboring men, cat on short notice and warranted in all cases. . J. R. WALKER. Ypsilanti. July 29ih 1845. 27tf. hitherto ren tiered such publication impossible, without trenching upon mo due issue ot our Daily and Weeyly editions. We are preparing to obviate this difficuty in the new building now being erected for us on the site of our . burnt establishment, where we hope to be araiti Iocs- j ted by or soon aftar the first of May. I The New York Tribune Semi-Weeklyi will therefore be issned floin our office, 160 Nassau et. on or before the 17th ot May, and will be published thenceforward on Wednesday and Saturday of each Week. It will b 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 Commer cial Transactions, sales of Stocks. City . Intelligence, &c. An assistant editor devotes his whole time to the collection of this kind of intelligence,reporting it twico a day for the Morning and Evening editions of our dai. ly. 1 wo reporters arecoiiitamly watching the procee dings of the various courts of our City and noting every thing deemed interesting to our readers. We hopa u make the S.jmi.Veekly Tribune a most acceptable paper foe Business men oat of the City, and for all who wi'n a more prompt and detailed 'map of busy life than a weekly paper can possibly be made. , Corre5p6ndenu at Washington during the session and at every point o f general or transitory interest will at all times be employed ; the liberal patronage bestow ed on the Tribune demanding and justifying a correa ponding liberality of outlay on our part. In be depart ment ofgeieral Literature and Criticism, we have se cured assistance of the highest order, while we hope soon to announce a department of Agriculture and Sci- fCjTRA V hi i nr Ktnlun frnm th Kiih ' ence under lhe ""mediate conduct of one of. the most i iv v ) Lu or stolen trorn me mh , exyerieired ,(ld ,ar writer8 on AgricuItnre u u,, scriber m the Township of Ypsilanff. on tba rmir. i.. . un . A tAXZ. V. ..1 w" cen yeBt om ro make the '. LIGHT BAY MAKE with one white hind foot, wide while strio in tbe face up to her eyes. Two whito sputa on the back made by a saddle, black main and tail. Auf person who wilt give notice where she may be found or return said mare, will be handsomely re warded. JOSEPH BROWN. Yt.fi ui.'j Ane- 19 1845. U. -.MOi.Aacba tiul isccivea on voueiguuieui a quauiny ol molasses for sale by Ci..s. H. WILLIAMS. Toledo O. N. O. SUGAR just received on consignment via. Ciiiciunatti, a lot of New Orleans sugar, for sale Ctias H. V1LLIMS, Toledo O. ROUND Coffee, G round Pepper and Ground spice Xjf put up expressly for family use and for sale yb July, D.C, GOODWILL- Tribune, whether in its Daily, Semi-Week. ly or Weekly edition, eminently worthy the patronage of the Business and Reading Public, bat especially of Whiss. - : - : Tkkms For the'.SemjWeekly Tribune Three Dot iar$ a year. .Fire Dollars for two copies. ' " GREKI.V VELRATH. IfiO Nassan at. 1 VJO k lu Uiv uwuiii ui iii.iu im.t liu.O icucU Of A. Voorhees, esq. for forty six dollars, dated the fonrth of March, 1845, payable in thw month of Oc. tober next. Ail persons are cautioned against buying ; said note as notice of tbe loss has been given to tb kmc- . ker . . , J AS. SANDERS. jKpsom Salts and U'lo'r Sulpher. MAY be had for one thilliag jet pound at the. Drug Store ot E- 5AMS0N. Ypiilanti, July 28, 1S45, 27tf