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INAUGURAL ADDRESS. The following is the Inaugural Address of Gov. Felch on being sworn into office in presence of the two Houses : Fellow citizens of the Senate and the House of Representatives : In your presence and in the presence of this convo cation of free citizens, I have taken upon me the ob ligations of the oath required of the Chief Executive officer by the constitution of Michigan. Under the happy system of representative govern ment, offices of power and trust are the birthright of none. No ancient charter establishes in advance the suc cession of rulers ; no imperial decree, no military prowness, no diplomatic arrangement designate the individuals who are to be clothed with authority. Under our system the private citizens listens to the voice of his fellows, and while it is yet sounding in his ear, the duties and responsibles of official station are resting upon him. Selected by their votes, he is from their own number, and receives the chart of his authority from their own hands. Thus called by the suffrages of his fellows,it is well that he should enter upon the responsibilities of his office, with the constitution of the State and of the union in hia hand and on his lips, the promise by a solemn appeal to Heaven to support their provisions and faithfully to perform the duties of the office assumed. The high responsibilities and duties of the office of Cuief Executive Magistrate of our State, I take pon me with much dirfidenox.and distrust of my own powers and qualifications. Honesty ot purpose and an anxious desire to promote the public goods, I can promise, for these are within my own command, but the result with which they shall be attended, is hid den in the future. The history of our young republic, numbering e ven now scarcely ten years of existence as a state, has been crowded with questions of difficulty and embarrassment. They attended upon her first organ ization, and for a time strayed the hand that should have written her name on the list of states compo sing the American Union. They attended upon her early legislation, and taxed the wisdom of all the de partments of government in adopting and putting in to operation a system which should secure the best interests of thepcople. It is not to be denied that the early legislation of the State partook in some degree, as did almost ev ery other state in the Union, cf the speculative and extravagant spirit of the times. But altho' in the his tory of the past we see erroi s which was the light of experience we may now think might have been avci ded, ye it is evident that our Commonwealth has been blessed with general prosperity,and that, her progress has been onward and upward. The embarasment which have grown out of the early legislation to which I have alluded still howev er, presents many subjects of difficulty and perplexity which will acquire the careful attention of both the le gislative and executive departments of government. The present State indebtedness is a matter deeply involving our interests and reputation. The utmost wisdtm will be required to prevent oppressive taxa tion for its discharge, or the disgrace of repudiation. With the meansin our power, and the benefits ol general prosperity which has blessed enterprise, d the consequent increase of wealth among our cit- ens. Micni'an win never consent that a lartnino of her honest debt should remain unpaid. The profits of the public works of the State have been much re lied on as a means for liquidating this indebtedness. The net proceeds as yet however promise little assistance for the purpose. A sale of the works to aid in the design, has been proposed, and the action of the Legislature on that subject will be anxiously expected. The revision of the statutes, which will be presented for definite action at the present session open anew the investigation of every object of gone ral legislation. The interests ot the State involved in the charge of the public property in the care and disposition of the works of internal improvement in the proper and most efficient organization of the ju diciary, in the management of the University and school funds, in disseminating the benefit of univer sal education, in guarding, protecting and preserving every riffht of every individual citizen and throwing over the whole body politic, the protection and bless ing of equal laws and a free government. These arc among the long catalogue of subjects that await your consideration. But upon these subjects, it will be my duty to communicate with ycu in another form. It will be my pleasure at all times, to co-operate with yon, in such action as your wisdom shall dic tate by which the public interest may be secured and promoted. Deeply sensible of the arduous duties and respon sibilities which devolve on the Executive, I shrink from the trust which I am here to assume. I can bring to the task neither superior wisdom nor great political experience. I can bring nothing but a firm lination to devote myself for the public service " with such feeble powers as I may possess,to en deavor to see that the republic receives no detri ment. Called as I have been to this elevated station, by the votes of a large majority of my fellow-citizens, without solicitation on my part nay, even in oppo sition to my own wishes, I enter upon the perfor mance of its duties, unembarrassed by obligation to any faction or interest, separate from the general good of the public. I claim no exemption from er ror, neither do I expect to escape the detraction of censure. Committing any motives to the just ap preciation of my fellow-citizens, I invoke the super intending goodness of Providenence,so to direct every effort as to preserve our republic and to promote its dearest interests. EPITAPH ON A SCOLDING WIFE. Here lies the wife of neighbor Thomas, Whom death in mercy carried from us : For, when alive she was 60 old, So, homely sluttish, such a scold, That round about her for a mile, All things was kept in constant broil, Pve known her scold at such a rate That e'en the chimney backs would sweat; Trammels, through fear, forgot to hold, And red hot coals of fire grew cold. Her husband never drops' d a tear, Till he had placed her body here; And then he blubered like a lout, For fear she'd scratch her passage out. Report of a New Revolution in Mexico. A private letter was received lo-day from Havana of the 9th instant, from n respectable quarter, sla ting Vera Cruz, bringing intelligence that des patches have been received at Vera Cruz M hour or two bdibr Sailing on the Steamboat, and that Parades at the head of 8000 men, is marching on the city of iWexico from St. Louis Potosi, 300 miles ofT, and that there will be no opposition to him in the city. The grounds of the protninciumento, are tha in tention of the government to enter into a treaty with the United Stales for the annexation of Tex as. It is suspected that a foreign p) er was in directly concerned in the movement. Ii is said that the despatches were received on same day that Mr. Slidell left Vera Cruz. Washington Un-ion. PROCRasUNATION IS HIE THIEF OF TIME. A truth as solemn as it is important. But it is one perhaps, that is not fully realized unul some woful neglect has caused a long and painfull dis ease. How necessary it is then, to pay due atten tion to the slighest symptous, ai d to act with promptness and decision in cases which are to us of ihe jireatest interest, and immediately procure the right remedy or removing an enemy so fatal to our happiness, we know Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cher i y to be a sovereign remedy for all breast and luug affections. It has cuted consump tion wio u so far advanced that tiie patent expe rienced tlio-e misarablo sensations caused by the death chilis nod which often follow the, perspira tion of the night and morning, the harrassing cough and es pecinrulinn, distressing pains in the chest and difficulty of breathing, the woe-begone sink, ii'g feelings produced by this disease, when the anxious friends bad given up all hope of the pa tients recovery; but supposed him hopelessly sink ing into an early grave. Do not procrastinate! but make use of " Wis'ar's Balsam" and live healthy and happy. See Wis tar's treatise on Consumption of the Lungs. To be had of the rgent. Also see advertisement. MARRIED. In Ypsilanti Dec. 25th. by R. M. Stitt Esq. Mr. Osmkr A. Lawrence, to Miss Deb orah Salyer. DIED. In Ypsilanti on the 5th. inst. Mexzo I'i t.nam son of J. W. and Sally A.n.n Putnam aged 3 years. - In this Village on the 1st. inst. Mrs. Electa Ann Lonsblry, Wife oi Hiram P. Lonsbury, aged 26. LIST OF EMAIMXG in anti Ja uary 1st Auderso:i Chas Anderson Joseph Andrews Thomas It Andrews Mrs Chas Avery N L Albright Geo Adams A R BloonMngburgh Micha BjIoii Byroa Brown Perrin B.nker H C Corby Wairen Carpenter R F 2 Critchet Mrs Besy Carpenter N M Carpenter Mrs A Christian Thos Cady Dennis Crawford Win Casil .Smith Dewy C rus 2 Eaton David Flower Wm C Freeman Ashcr Furga-on J W Gleason Wrn Gale H S Gaunt Thomas Griffin H H Greogery O M Harrington MissFC Johnson Jas 2 Johnslo i E W 2 Johnson Henry Jackson J I Jones J M Kanouse Wissiel Kinney Nathau Lowell Wi libe 2 McCartv Hiraui LETTERS. the Post Office at Ypsil- 1S46. McCeferly Juhn Muuroe John Marrelong Dav'd Morgan James M'Kiniiey Miss L Max ed Wm Otis Miss S elNaraconji David Nichols H Newell J B Post & Deren Philip Joel 2 Pick Wm Paike A G Read Truman Rose J I Rosehiook Eliza Robson Henry Rooza Moses Ryan Thos Robso:i A Rogers Joseph Stuart 1. . i iSuggit Richard Southard S P Siiaw Spencer Stilton Claik Stomes Abram Trusber Ml Elien Throop Geo Udell L Vini:ig Mary A Van Derlievden Derrick Wheeler Warren 2 Whitmore Mrs L White Brnj White P Ward Jas Washburn Geo Wolven J R K. REXFORD, P. M. Never join with your friend when he abuses his horse or his wife unless the one is about to be ?old and the other buried. IN CHANCERY, SECOND CIRCUIT. Whereas at a Court of Chancery for the Second Circuit for the state of Michigan held at Ann Arbor on the 10th day ol Ju y A. D. 1S45, in the cause wherein Ardeu H. Ballard was complainant, and Philander Hascall, Mary Ann Hascall, George N Skinner, and Lorin C. Miles were defendant?, it was decreed by the Chancellor of said state, that the premises herein described, should be sold at public auction under the direction of one of the masters ol this Court. NOTICE is therefore hereby given, that by virtue of of said decree, 1 will on the twenty sixth day of February next at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of that day expose for sale at public auc tion at the Court House in the County of Wash tenaw, and state of Michigan, all and singular the premises with the appurtenances contained in said decree and the mortgage therein mentioned, de scribed as follows, vz: situate in the village of Ypsilanti County of Washtenaw state of Michigan aforesaid and bounded as follows to wit: Begin ning at the North East corner of village lot three hundred and twenty nine (329) thence south along the line of Huron street lour rod, thence West nine rods, ihence North four rod to an alley, thence East along the south line ot said alley to the place of begiui:.. Sale aosolute and without redemp'ion. Terms Cash. C. J OS LIN Master in Chancery. E. M. Skinner. Cinplts Sllctrs. 50 Gw Dated January 1st 1840. CLARES COMMENTARY, Barnes notes on the New Testament and Job, Abbots ootes with llie New Testament ju-t received and for sale by E.SAMSON. Ypsilanti. November 25. 1R45. 4'A tf STRAi H.D or stolen from the sub scriber in the Township of Ypsjlanif, on the nislit of the 4tli inst. one seven or eight years old LIGHT BAY MAKE with one white hind foot, wide while strio in the face up to her eyes. Two white spo's 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. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. TK'OTICE is hereby given.that on the 23th day ofJanuary 1846, at 10 o'clock A.M. at the house of E. Sprague in the township of Sal ioe, will be sold at public Auction to the highest bidder the following described land, belonging to the Es tate of Lowell Goodman, late of the County of Macomb, deceased. All that certain parcel of land described as follows, to wit, commencing from the west half of the N. E. 4, of See. No. 2, Town8iiip 4 S. of Range 5 E. Comuiencing'at the S. W. corner of said qr. Sec. thence N I GO ranis on the line of said qr. Sec. thence E. 00 rods to the corner of a parcel of land deeded to Russel Briggs, ihence S. 40 rods, thence E. 20 rods to the line ol said qr. Sec. thence S. 22 rods whence W. 20 rods, thence S. 48 rods, to thecen. tn line of said Sec. thence W. GO rods to the place of beginning; containigg 71 acres of lands the same beir.g more or less. A. A. GOODMAN. Administrator on the Estate of Lowell Goodman, deceased Dated January Is?, 1846 50 4w Come one I Come allj Important News. In the matter of the estate of STATE OF MICHIGAN County of Washtenaw Asa N. Ballard deceased. OTICE is hereby given, that in pursuance of I. cense and authority granted to the un dersigned administrator of the estate of AsaN. Ballard, late of said County, deceased, by ihe Hon. Judge of Probate of said County of Wash tenaw, on the 29 day of December A. D. 1S45; there will be sold, at public auction, to the high est bidder, at the dwelling house on the premises hereinafter described, in the township of Ypsilan ti, m said County, on Monday the second day of February A. D. 18 16, at 10 o'clock the forenoon of that day, (provided the premises bring at least their full appraised value, as certified by apprai sers according to law,) all the right, title and in terest of said deceased, in and to the following described premises to wit: All that certaiu piece or parcel of land, situate, lying, and being in the the township of Ypsilanti, County of Washtenaw arid State of Michigan, and known and described as follows, viz: Being the East half of the north east quarter of section twenty-five (25) in town ship three (3) south of Range seven East." And also at the same time and place, one large breaking up plow. EUROTUS MORTON, Adminirr ator . Januory 5ih 1840. 50 4w IN CHANCERY, SECOND CIRCUIT. WHEREAS at the Court of Chancery for the second circuit for the state of Mich igan, held at Ann Arbor on the hlteenth day ol July A. D. 1840, in the cuuse wherein John Chamberlin was complainant and Wells Chamber lin and Jonathan Seely were defendants, it was decreed by the Chancellor of said State, that the premises herein described should be sold at pub lic auction under the direction of one of the mas ters of this Court. NO'IICE is, therefore, hereby given, that, by virue of said decree, I will, on the 25th day of February next, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. expose for sale at public auction, nt the House of Abial Hawkins, in the village of Ypsilanti in the County of Washtenaw and jstate of Michigan aM and singular the premises, with the appurtenan ces contained insid decree and Mortgage, des cribed as follows, viz: The east half of the south east quarter of section thirteen in township three outh of Rnnge six east, in the Detroit Laud Dis trict, containing eighty acres. Sale absolute and without redemption. Terms cash. C. JOSLIN. Master in Chancery. AND examine Samsons stock of Books. Stationary, Fancy Goods. Jewelry and Plated ware Musical Instruments, TOYS AND YANKEE NOTIONS, To say nothing of ihe other department of his busine?s. They all know he keeps the best assortment and the best of Drugs and .Medicines and sells them the cheapest of any one in town, notwith standing the "great decline" on Epsom Salts and HjL phor within the last four months. He wishes more particularly to say to one and all that he has just received the largest stock of Books and Stationary mat can be found in the county, and he pledges himself to adhere strictly to Detroit city prices in their disposal and if he does that,'no one can reason ably find fau!t at high orices on account of their being iittle or no competition for anv person, upon enquiry, will find that many kinds of Books are sold lower in Detroit, than they retail for in the city of New York. Reader you will find among his stock, almost every thing in the shape of a book, from a No. 10 quarto iii. ble. down o the "devil on two sticks." Just call and see for yourselves. 4- f Ypsilanti, November 18. 1815. Clocks and Watches M. A. PARK , BEGS leave to say to the citizens of Ypfiilanti and the adjacent towns that he has established himself in the CLOCK AS D WATCH REPAIRING busi. uess in a part of the Book and Drug Store of E. Samson, where he will be happy to receive a share of public patronage. Having served a regular apprenticeship ai the busi ness and since been in the employ of some of the besi workman east, he flatters himselithat he can give en tiro satisfaction to all who may see fit o employ him. A good assortment of well selected Watch materials constantly on hand and all kinds of CLOCKS WATCHES AND JEWELRY, carefully repaired and warranted. Ypsilati, November 13, 1845. 42tf. SAMSON, Authorised agent for the tale of ihe P genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, Buth ans Hungarian Balsam, FeJgers Olosaonian, Jaynetf Expectorant Syn;p,jRowands Improved Tonic Miitura Coms:- k tt Co's. Medicines, including Oldridgea Balm Colombia, Connels Pain Extractor, Hays Lini meut, Extract of Sarsaparilla, 4c tc. Shermans Lozenges ami Planters, Deans Chemical Plaster Jew Davids or Hebrew Plaster, Dallrys Pain Pxtractor, Fosgates and Godfreys Cordial. Fahnestocka Vermifuge Brislols Sarsaparilla. Osgoods India Cholagogue, Wash inpton RHxor, Kai rn Tonic. Allebasi's Medicines, Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills, Gregorys, Phinneys, Smiths Univi rsiiy and Smiths Sugar Coaled, Rush's, Halsteds. Derricks. Peters Resurrection or Persian, Mnscoveius, Tomato, Lees. MuiTute, and Picra Pills. A supply wf the ubove always on hand. YPSILANTI Shrine of Fashion. THE Subscriber would inform his friends and tha public generally, that he has commenced business in Ypsilanti, directly opposi e t!ie office of Vanc'eve & Co. where all orders in the TAILORING LINE will be executed with accuracy, neatness and dispatch. Hi- 1 . u r familiarity with the business, together with a strict attention to ihe taste and wishes of his custom ers, and every material change of fashion, will be a sufficient Kiiarrantee to his friends and patron, that all orders, whether of a fine and ornamental, or coarse and substantial kind ; will be done in a durable and trusty manner. The subscriber would further state, that he intends to employ none but experienced journeymen which he thinks will be an addrional motive to all those who have gaiirfiits to make to give him a call rather than to hav them pass into the hands oi children and ap prentices. N. B. Easy coats and garments of every inscription for farmers and laboring men, ctit on shun notice and warranted in all cases. J. R. WALKER. Vmnlanti. .Inly 29th 1815. 27tf. Copartnership. THE Subscribers having entered into copartnership in the practice of medicine and surgery, would respectfully tender their professional servisesto the In. habitants of Ypsilanti and vicinity. Office, in Laize lere's Block opposite Hawking Hotel. P. DAVIS. S. V. PATTISON. Ypsilanti, July 29A. J 845, HOMPSONS celebrated Brass Clocks for 6ale extremely low and warranted by YnQilnti, November 25, 1845 E. SAMSON. 44tf Gbidlky 4 Skinxer. Solicitors for Cmplta. Dated January 1st 1846. 50 6 ELOPEMENT WHEREAS my wife Polly iias left my bed and board, without any just cause or provocation, this is to give notice that I shall pay no debts of her con tracting after this date- And all persons are caution ed against trusting any person on my account, without a written order from me, as I shall not puy anj debts conlracted upon my account, except upon my written order. THOMAS BUSH Su perior Dec. 20 1845. 49 3vv Cash! Cash!! Cash!!! CASH, AND THE HIGHEST PRICE will be given for any quantity of RYE AND CORN at the distillery lately occupied by Ransom Norton, near tha upper Bridge hy HAWKINS & LEjJPRONCE. Ypsilanti, December 19, 1845. 4Sif Beautiful Annuals For 1846. The May-flower, Forget me not. u American Poets gift, Roao of Sharon, " Amulet, " Christian annual, Wintergmen, " MossRope, " Drawing room Annual, And many others just received at Samsons Book Store. ALSO VOLUMES of small gift books, consisting in part of LiteraryGems Tokens. Keepsakes and Poems, Embossed and Gilt, together with Poems of N. P. Willis, Milton, Campbell, Young, Moore, Pollok, Mrs. Sigoiir ney, Mrs. Hemans, MissLandon, Ostian, ckc. ALSO The works of Goldsmith, Cl.almer,Sydnoy Smith, Josephus, Dick, Robert Burns, The life of Brant, by Wm A Slonc, Sears works illustrated, D'Aubigne's Historv of Reformation Allisons History of Europe. Rambles in Yucatan, Kidders sketches of Brazil, Botta's History of American Revolution Rollins Ancient History, Lockhaits Life of Sir Walter Scott, in 7 vol. Shakespeare. Cowper, and Thompson, Plutarchs Lives, Robert Bums, a. d a host of oth ersloo numerous to mention for sale iow by E. SAMSON. November, 26, 1845. 44tf ENGLISH AND AMERICAN Drawing Books, Mezotint, India Ink, Drawing Pa per, Pencil Brushes, Newmans Paints, and others and all the tools for drawing and painnng nt the Book store of E. SAMSON. Ypsilanti Now. 25. 1645 44ir VOLUMES Sunday Srtiool Books for sale at the publishers prices by E SAMSON. " Ypsilanti, November 25, 1845 44tf MISS HARRIET ROWLEY. Desires to inform her friends, and the public generally, that she has resumed her business, of Millinery and Dress ma. king, at her former stand cn Congress Street, above Larzelere's Block; where she will be happy to receive the orders of all who may favor her with their custom. Patterns ofthn latest style regularly received. April 12. 1845. 12if New and Splendid Millinary Goods ISS V. NICHOLS, wishes to inform ihe citizens of Ypsilanti and its vicinity that she his iust re- ceived from the East, a splendid assortment of MILLINARY GOODS. which she will dispose of cheap for cash and ready pay She has also procured a good Foreman, by which the Dress-making business will be conducted with neat ness and despatch. O Bonnets dressed in the neatest, latest and most fashionable style. N, B. All orders attended to without delay. Ypsilanti, June 11, 1845. ttH STATE OF MICHIGAN, ) N attachment bc Codniy of Washtenaw, " JL fore C. II. Tan. cleve esq. a justice ot the peace in and for said county of Washtenaw. William Brown vs Robert Crickmore, Notice i3 hereby given that a writ of attachment has been issued in the above entitled cause against the goods, chatties, rights, and credits of the above named defendent, and that said cause has been adjourned for trial until the 3d day of January 1846, at one o'clock in the afternoon of that day at the office of said justice in Ypsilanii in said county. WILLIAM BROWN. Dated Ypsilanti, Oct 2d 1845 37 5w Salt ! Salt ! ! Salt ! ! ! BARRELS Salt just received in prime order L CHANCERY SECOND CIRCUIT. John Y. Larzelere 1 "'N Pursuance and by vir vs M tue of a decree of thia James W. Waterberry j court made in the above en titled cause on the 10th. day of July A. D. 1845, notice s hereby given, that I the undersigned, one of the Masters of the said Court, will on Tuesday the Ilth. day of November next, at one of the clock in the after noon of that day, expose for sale at Puolic Auction at tha Ypsilanti House, kept by Abial awkins, in the village of Ypsilanti, County of Washtenaw, Stita of Michigan, to the highest bidder, all the following de scribed piece, or parcel of land, with the appurtenan. ces thereunto belonging, situated in the Village of Yp silanti aforesaid, known and described an Village Lot number one hundred and twenty six (126) containing forty seven rods of ground, be the anne more or less: according to the plat upou record at the Recorder's of fice in Ann Arbor in said County. The sale will be absolute. Daied September 10th A. D. 1845 Skin.verA. Josm.v GEO. DANFORTH Compts. Sol. Master in Cbakcekt Ypsilanti Seminary. THIS INSTITUTION was opened in 4uSust 1844 and Chartered by the last Legislature. The number of students in attendance has been 180. The Propri etors r-turn their grateful acknowledgments for thia liberul share of public patronage; and pledge their ef forts to make the Institution worthy of future confi. dence. Pt-rsons wishing to pursue a Collegiate course of Education, or prepare for the practical business of Life, will find equal and ample opportunities. English, Classic, & Ornamental educatien will be furnished to Young Ladies ; and strict attention paid to the morals uud deportment of the students. The Academic year is divided into two terms of 33 weeks each, commencing on the first Monday of Sept. andthe second in Feb. and closing with a public Ex amination. Tuition, from 8 3.00 to $ 6,00 ; board, room-rent St. fire. wood $ 14 per quarter of 11 weeks. Lessons ia music, including the use of instrument, $ 8,00 tuition to be paid invariably by the middle of the quatler. No deduction made for absence except in casea of sick ness. U U KKLVF. is made to the visiting committee in this village: also Rev. James lnglis and M. Sandford De troit ; I). Barrel, Monroe; A. Tucker, Adrian; J. L Fulton. Tecuinseh; J. Booth, Clinton, G. W. Harris, Jackson; W. Allen, Ann Arbor; J. Wisner, North ville ; James Pyper, Pontiac. Prof. Wm. L. EATON, ) prin-m... MARY B. F. BROWN. rrincIPa, L. H. MOORE. p Wm. A. MOORE, j p"P"'ors JYew Establishment. House, Carriage, Sign and Ornamen tal Painting. 'HXHE Subscriber takes this method to inform the J3 citizens of Ypsilanti and vicinity, that be has now from the Syracuse salt works and for sale low i opened a TAINT SHOP in the upper part of Joaeph Siockdale'f 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 trom the country punctually attended to. WASHINGTON CLARK. Ypsilanti. Aue. 20. 1845. 30 3m by July 22, 27tf E. SAMSON JB rtlioXKS McAllisters all heal Q ing ointment 75 BOTTLES Wisters Balsam of Wild Cherry 25 do Starkweather HepancElixer 50 do Bristols Sarsaparilla just received and for sale by SAMSON. aEent. Ypsilanti November 25, 184.5, 45tf Please call and get Pamphlets of the above. Wanted Immediately AT ihe Emporium of fashion, several good Jour ncymen Tailors to whom steady employment will be given. N. B. All orders for work promptly executed with neatness and taste. J. K. HAWKINS. Ypsilanti, Oct. 22. 1Q45. ' 9tf. Medical INotice. STATE OF MICHIGAN, ) A T a session of the Washtenaw County, $ Probate court for said county, held at Ann Arbor, on the 5ih day cf Dec. A. D. 1-45. Present Samuel P. Fuller Judge of Pro bate. In the matter of ihe Estate of Asa N. Ballard deceased. Upon reading and filing the petition of Eurotas Mor ton, administrator of said estate, praying for license to sell certain real estate of which said diseased died set. zed, and described in said petition, and for reasons therein set lonh, It is ordered that the consideration of said petition be postponed until the twenty ninth day rpHE UNDERSIGNED would inform the people of !,f leeember i. stant, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of J. Ypsilanti and adjoining towns, that he has lecent tht .1.. v, at tnc ProWt ofiio in Ann Arbor in said county, and it is further ordered that aaid petitioner cause a copy of thjs order to be published in any public newspaper primed in said county, once in each week for three successive weeks previous to the day of hearing aforesaid, to ihe end that all person interested in said real astute having objections to the granting of such 1U cense may then and there appear and mate the same known il they ti.uik fit. X. P. FULLER, (a true copy.) Judge of Probate. December 6, 115 46 3w ly located himself here as HOMCEPATH IC PHYSICIAN and is now ready lo attend to the calls of those who may faver him with'iheir patronage. He hopes, by his de votion to the study and practice of his profession, to merit the confidence of his patients. Homeopathic medicines put up to oider at low prices at the shortest notice. THOS. BLACKWOOD, M. D. Homoepathist- Ypsilanti, Nov. 25, 1S45. 44 6m BROKE into the enclosure of the subscriber on Thursday night Ithe lOth inst LIGHT GRAY MARE with dark mane and tale.with a bunch on the eft side of the neck, and a slight wound on ihe back, shod all around, apparently eight or nine years oZd ; and aso a bunch on her right hind foot near lext 1o Hewits store, Main street, Ypsilanti. Naval the lettcrtock joint. The subscriber woura noiuy me owner to prove property, pay charges and take her a way. Geo. MURQUORN. Pitsfied, Aug 12, 1845. 29 8w 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. 27if E.SAMSON Fashionable Tailoring. THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully in lrin his friends and public that he has juat received T. Oliver's splendid report ot the present Fall and Wimer ris-hions from New York at his old stand lilanksl Blanks!! Blanks!! Justices Blank-, Road Warrants, 6,-c. for sale at this Office. FOOLSCAP and Letter Paper by ti Reani or Quire (n 9ale low bv E. SAMSON Ypsilanti November 25. 1845 44 Grand River Plaster. m VK Barrels of Grai d River Plisior J P'Jf jnl rec tvt'd and for sale m t !' Depot by NORRIS & FOLLETT August, 6, 1815 28 f pi ROUND Coffee, Ground Pepper and Ground pice Jf put up exprossly for family use and for saleuy july i, D. C, GOODWILL. and Military unit. trim, Laides Cloaks, Pellisses, and Riding Hfcbita eiihor plain or braided equal to work done m ihe bi-M chop in New York. He would also beg leave lo say thai as his oldest sou is the youngest apprentice, lie Ims in hid shop who has worked at the h.jfriness seven years and a half. With this assu rance, that patrons as usuu! need labor under no ap prehension thai ilit ir work will not be done in the best sivlj. This is no hmdungo as il is with some tailors shops whe.ru ihey advertise to keep the best Journey men. A certain Tailoress has quit working because she has not g-4 pay, ( is she says) for the last coat she made tor him, but as the gentleman has got a boy that has worked five months ai the trade he can perhaps gel along without the lady. And in order to encourage caah payments he will do any description of tailoring at ball Ins original prices and orders attended to promptly, he thinks when his friends, the farmers are gening their cloth cut up this fatl it would be worth iheir while to keep in mind this. Wm. WILKINSON Ypsilanti, October 27, 1845. 4uit g ARD OIL a superior article of Lard Oil just re- ccivea ami lot sale by U1AS II, WILLIAMS. 1 otedo. (linn. ott J.