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National Debt of the F. States.
Capital Int. per yr Amount on 4th of March 1845. $19,000,000 Amount of Mr. Polk's $1 ;20,0OO 250,000 war loan Aug. '46 Amount of appropri ations demanded by Secretary Walker, to carry on Mr. Polk's war to 30th June, 1848. 5,000,000 74,000,000 4,400,000 98,00-J,000 $5,850,000 To pay these disburse ments, ihelJ. Stat s collects the import duties, which can not exceed to 30ta June. 1848. 30,000,000 1,800,000 S&6,000,000 $4,050,000 The Treasury Note bill passed by the Houee of Representatives of $7 J, 000,000, and will be usee to create tbc Subtreasury into paper mon ey mill, to issue irredeemable bills, except in the liquidation of taxes to the Federal Treasury which cannot exceed, on an average, one mill ion of dollars per month, and the issue ofSub treesury notes will be not less than live mill ions of doliaes per month. It is the interest of the people that the war disbursements should be raised by loans redeemable within twenty years, and no authority should be given to is 8iic more than five millions of Treasury notes. At the end of June, 1848. the item of interest payable l.y the Subtreasury on the national debt will not be less than five millions of dollars r month, and the taxes which the Govern ment col.ects may not exceed one million of dollars per month. Hence, if the war contin ues, it s proper for Congress to pass forthwith a Direct Tax bill, to collect a tax one half of one per cent, on all property within the Sove reign States. NECKAR.- CoOKTSfcnn Money. The city is flooded with counterfeit money of all descritions. Quite a number of counterfeit bills upon the Nashua (N. H.) Batik, of the denomination of have been passed within a few days by two young men; and as we have a description of one of them, we give it for the benefit of the public. He is about 19 years old 5 feet 4 inches biffb has a plum round face carries his had a lit le on one sile, wears a cloth car, grey mixed over coat, a silk purple and green checked est, snuff -colored coat, and wears about his neck a red mfHer. Any persons who have suffered from the visit of this personage are requested to rie information to Constable G. F. Sanborn, No. 11 Franklin Avenue. Bost. Trav. ofl'Jlh. From the London Puch. aaUMIB Returns. Among the railway bills that will be submitted to parliament next session, it would be a well if there were all the surgeon's bills and bilis of manslaughter, which hae been occasioned by railway negli gence. my the j'oor otatute. A blind mans dojr has been consi.leru.bly engaged by Sir Frederick Trench to load the Wellington Stat ute about town, the moment it looses its site. Tricks ox Travellers. Several omnibus ses have started, at the lare or twopence, to Charing cross. Any one passing that spot will have to pay more, or, in other words, he will "go farther nnd fare w orse." Abuxoe.vce of Food. The Duke of Cam bridge wonders there is such a fuss made about the bad potatoes, when pine apples may be w-..,..l.t o.. .1ux.lv I AmoAOBM Dissolution. i ears are en tertained at Bristol that the Grer.t Britain will ie breaking up shortly lor the Christmas holi ays. Distant Connexion. The newspapers con- lain an account of a physician holuing a cou- ultation wjth his patient, some fifty miles a- art, through the electric telegraph. Thcphy :cian told his patier t thai be must take care of imself, as he found he bad a very 'wiry pulse." A Hf.av v Li. y oe Star-.s. Dan Marble oc- asionaliv le.-t off a , i.c that will keep. He aw a fellow bteffferint' aboot the race track he other day, with more liquor than he coeld : convenient' v carry "Hailo! w 'hat's the matter now f s id a friend trhotn the inebiiated individual hud just run jainst. Yh Me w liv."' said the fellow, so drunk be was hardly able to articulate, 4wh hie why, the fact h ? elut of my friends have been b-b hie bett;r.g liquors on the race to-day, and they've got inc to held the stakes for them? r--t. Louis Keveiitc i The Nestorians. The massacre of the Chris tians in Turke.v continues in Turkey. Alar Yohannac, the Nestorian Bishop who visited Few York a few years ago, has been impaled alive by Eedrkan Bey. The Nestoiian Pastors had oil poured over their bodies, and were then roasted alive before a slow lire, amidst the jeers and savasre yells of their tormentors. Sixtv- Feven villages had been laid waste, and eight undred Christians put to death by torture by hp Mahometans. Neither women nor chil- were spared in this savage butchery. Stage Accident Injury to Gov. Bebb. The Mondav evening's stage from Cincinnati to Hamilton was upset about five miles from the city, and Gov. Bebb v. as considerably injur ed. He received a sever contusion upon his right cheek, just below the eye, and was ren dered insensible for a few moments by the vio lence of the shock. He soon recovered so as to be able to resume his journey. No other pas sengers hurt. The driver had a leg broken. Cleve. Herald. We must at last give in, to the Great Amer ican Remedy, or upoi the principal upon w hich it pretends to cure, t is hard to believe that "one-disease only exst," yet when an article is produced that take case after case, and each of a different characer curing each and all with equal facility jat other conclusion can vre come to we musibelieve: ca.l on the a gent and get a pamphlt see advertisement. T1MENT. State of Michigan, t In Justice Court p tvof VVshtenaw, before C. H. Van- 1 "a Justice of tn Peace in and for -aid c,ev Waller' . Buckber, ) vj OTICE is hereby Walter A. t , Marvin Minor. ) Attachment has ; been issued by the hove named Jus- 1 i-a nf the Peace in faveof the above named tice o' "v , . vuiv ..ict u Walter A. DUCKOVC x .". am l"CS"i hattels, rights credits nteys and effects of aboue named Marvin nor defendant, re turnable on the 5th day otebruary A. D. 1847 nd that the trial of the safcause is adjourned . Kh Av of Mav A. 1S47 at one o'- ntll lilt :w . .. , Jrein the Township ef Ypslti is said County WALTER A. BCUiEE. Plaintiff Uen Daed Volenti Feb. 17. 5w PROSPECTUS OF THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL, VOLUME FOUR. Ix coming beforo the public with tho fourth Vol. of the "Sentinel" we find a favorable opportunity of sketching a slight programme of our intentions, which we shall endeavor to fill during the year. Wo have been flattered more during the year just l ast with the satisfaction expressed by our patrons than bv anv considerable increase of our subscription list. So great are the obstacles which a country press has to contend with that it must necessarily win its way slowly iuto public favor. In this respect we trust we have made some advance. With the greater experience we now have of the peculiar tastes of our reading community, we hope to advance still farther. Tho "Sentinel" will continue to advocate the measures of the Whig party so far as those meas ures arc now developed; nor do we apprehend the adoption of any doctrine by that party which our private judgment shall force us to oppose; yet in the events of the future we hold sacred the rights of private opinions. Its political features shall, howev er be kept at all times, free from personality and unfair argument. Should our patronage soon warrant it we shall make a considerable addition to the amount of our politic k rc ;ding, but we cannot promise this except on the condition of a largely increased subscription ! Miscr.LLAzoLs Rkaling we trust we shall be able to please the young, the middle aged, and the old. For this purpose increasing the amount and selecting it for a wider range of tho current litcra ture of the dav than heretofore. WcshailLe constantly on the look out for the. richest jokes of Punch, Judy, Yankee Doodle, and kindred humorists, while the whole troop of "Lite- ran" periodicals will be made to vield their choicest gems We should be glad if we were able to prom ise somethingoriginal in this line, and we trust that we maybe able to find in the course of the voar; if so it w ill not be he'd back because w e are not ob ligatcd by a promise to produce it. Our Gk.-.t.ral intelligence w ill be copious, cor rect, and early. The various and multifarious dc signs of a weekly journal we shall endeavor in short to fulfill to the best of our ability: of which the pub lie have now had some two years experience. We trust that we shall now see an increased in terest taken in the Sentinel by those whoso inter ests are advanced, and the importance cf whose place of residence is enhanced by its continuance With the expirng hero we sav, if wo have done well, "Give usvour applause." THE PUBLISHER Ypsilanti Jan. 23 1417. MORTGAGE S.ALK EFAULT having been made in ihe pay men: of a sum of monev secured bi be paid bv an indenture of Mortgage hearing datE ihe 2 ih dav ef January lftiS exeented by Zsaao W, C'omstoek and Catharine Cnmsrock. to John. Y Larzelerc a'l then of Ypsilanti' Washtenaw County, Mich igan, recorded m the office of Keis'cr of deed of said County, on the 2.1 day of February A. D 18-ld in Liber No. H at prge 221 wl id' Wea duly assigned to Isaac N. Conk fin, on the 1st day of June 1S46, tip n whieh (here is now claimed to he due ihe sum of thirty-five dollars: and no suit or proceeding r.t law or in Chancery bavmg been instituted lo recover ihe debt secured by sai I mon gage, or any part thereof. Notice is therefore i.erebv given, ihaf bv virtue of a power of sail c i t iued in the said mortgage, ihere will be sold af auction to the highcet bidder on the 13;b day i I M y next nt 12 o'clock, iwo ;, it the courthonso in ihe village of Am Aibor, in said Conn jr of Wash'nmv, the premise.-; described in said mort gage, viz: 'iuafe lying ahd being in the County of Waebteoaw aforeeatd.kdow r,nd designated aa bring' tot numbered srvc:rv-?wo according to the ph:t of said village of 3fpiraiiti, recorded in ihe Register Otliee of said Washtenaw County. Said mortgage was iven for ibe purchase of said premises. ISAAC N. CONK LIN, Assignee of mortgage. Dated Ypsilanti January 29th 1S-I7- COPARTNERSHIP. Notice is hereby given hat the Subscribers have this day entered into Copartnership in the sale ot Groceries fcc j rovisions as the firm of KI NG fcc SON. under which title their busi ness will be hereafter conducted at the Store formerly occupied by Geo. R. King, corner of Congress and Huron Streets. Thankful for the liberal patronage hereto tore enjoyed, they would solicit its continu ance. N. B. Those indebted by note or account will please call and settle; the same without delay. . G.R.KING. CHAS. KING. Ypsilanti, Jan. 23, 1S47. 3w. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. THE UNDERSIGNED have completed their new Steam Mill and are now pre pa ed to grind either wheat or coarse gram in the best manner nndonth.i shiniest noiice. Farmers wishing to get their wheat floured "ill find it !o i he; i r interest to patronize lo pal this mill, as work erH! be done on the most reaeooitbie 'terms and a scraio QOaurvof fbur wibe made. There will be no 0ey in doing cuMnm work, as flour and meal of the best quab i-y will be kept constancy on hand to exchange for W heat. Corn, Rye or Barey. The highest price ariilaj all limes be paid for every ktixl of grain, Slaves and Hedding andHoop timber and cord wood, EDMUNDS f CO. Ypsi;.nti. Jan. 26 1847 NOTICE. The undersigned would respectfully inform the pub.ic Ifel he is ready to fill all orders m bis line of b4ieh.ee, Casings, Machinery, Mill gear mg turning &.c Sic ; and would take this op portunity 10 call the attention of those indebted to hixi by note or account. that money is absolute neccessary to the continuance ttboeifteee o! this kind, and tliat immediate attention wiii be requi. red lo save cost. M. COOK. Ypsilanti. Jan. ifiih. 1S47. Also. 150 cords T.od wood wanted. g OST. Wavne, VVeyne Co., on the 14th. fLinst. n calfskin imcKei book, comaininir sev. era! Notes, xecntions. Chattel Mortgages and other papers which ure of no use to any one ex cepting the ewiier. The giver of :ho above notes and capers is forbidden to pay the same without :n order from the si bsenber. Any person retnrniug said pocket book, or gi v. ing information where it may be found, shall be ''O rally rewarded es. J. BARLOW. Raw.env.lle. fan. 18th. 1847. a IO RENT Two Convenient a Rooms suitable for a family and couvenie'ires, such as well cellar t!bc. to be rented on reasonable terms on Cong leas Street and in the rear of Miss Duncans Millenary Shop. Apply at the Shop. Ypsilanri Jan. 6 '47 47 To Clothiers and Others. O AMSON has on hand Dye woods and Dye 31 stuff by the Barrel Jut call and enquire prices befere purchestng e'eewbere. Dae. l4f). TfVT U I ICL id hereby Riven, (bat a petition wil' be presented to the Circuit Court, for the county of Washtenaw, at the adjourned term ol the said court, to be holden on the sixteenth day of March, 1 847, praying for license lo sell and convey tiie title to certain real estate, situr.ted in the Village of YpsilajQeounty of Wcshtcnaw, ind state of Michigan, known and described as Village lot number one hundred and ninety-seven in the said Viltag-e of Ypsilanti, belonging ;o the Baptist Church and society in Ypsilan'i, to- ether wi:h the building thereon and all the np- pnrtenar.ces thereunto belonging. By order ol Ute baptm Crimen and sociery in Ypsilanti Dated, Ypsilanti Jan. Hi h, 1847. I Ti uatees of the y Baptist Church So- ciety in Ypt-iiantt. J A- Pardr-e, Talmon Brown, Hiram Cady Djvid Stewart, I, N. Field, By A. W Moore, Attorney. IN CHANCERY SECOND CIRCUIT. WHEREAS at a Court of Chancery for (be Second Circuit of the State of Michigan held at Ann Arbor on the 1 tb day of July A. D 846 in a cause wherein John Y- Larzelere Ad ministrator upon the Estate of Abram Larzelerc deceased was cumplainan t and Winthrop A. Haynesand Lovell H Tellosrg weie defendenis it was Decreed by the Chancellor of said State that thu premises herein described should be sold at Public Auction under the d'rection of one of the masters of this couri. Notice is therefore hereby given that by vir tue of said decree I will on the eighteenth day of Eebuary next at the hour of one oV-lo::k P. M. o! that day expose to" Publie sale at Auction at the Ypsilanti House now kept by M. II. Wallace in the Village ot Ypsilanti County of Washtenaw aforesaid all and singular the premises with the appertenances described in said decree and the Mortgage therein mentioned described as fol lows viz. ''Situated in the village of Ypsilanti described as follows. Beginning thirty two feet north ef the north cast corner of villasro lot num bered (121) running from thence west four rods thence north thirty three and a half feat thence East to 1 lie western Boundary of Huron street fuu rodj by and thence south along the bounda. ry ol said Turon street thirty three and a Naif feet to the place of beginning being part ot Vil lage lot of number 123 according to the plot of said village now on record at the city oi Detroit Sale absolute and without Rcdemtinn. GEORGF. DANFORT. Mortgage in Chancery SKINNER & JOSLN. Co.np'ts 5'ol'ra YANKEE DOODLE." TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES. The publishers of Yankey Doort-K, after watch ing patiently the r.suit ot their effiuts to estab lish a HU.NOROUS ILLUSTRATED NEWS PATER, partaking ol the spirit of the coantry Sl identifying itsell with the inter ears, sympathies f 'ates and progress of the American people, have tie pleasure ot ann.mnotug mat ttieir success has thus far been nnparalleled in the history of Lit erature. Havin- carefully laid and cemented ihe foundation of our enterprise, we feel now war ranted in go'i'g on to erect a durable superslruc lure. Although riuing no hobby, nor professing to 6c the exponent of any narrow schooi ar sect. Yankey Doodle is broadly and strictly 'national' and has nc meaner ambition than to embody and reproduce M permanent forms that free SDirit, thai exuberant lite, that jjcreative energy and refining enthusiasm Which so eminently characterize us and dietiitfatab the New World from the Old. In the Editorial and Ariisiical Department o' Yoakey Doodle, the Publishers have e ngaged the most diversified talent that could be pioeured. they make no parade of named, but leave Yankey Doodle to sr. eak lor himself. The ohitci ot this Prospectus is to introduce Yanyey Doodle to the great b.)ey of the Ameri can people wao reside out of the large cities, and .ipon whose decision must, al last, rest the fate ol any national entepprirc. We inviie attention ther fnre lethe following terms upon which we pro pose to extend the circulation of our paper. Any person remitting us twenty two dollars by mail or otherwise, shall receive Te i copies of Yankey Doodle for one year directed to such ad dress as he may designate. For S12 we will send live copies for one year. For !5 we will send Two copies. Single subscriptions 3 per annum. ITrAll orders must be accompanied by the cash Address (post paid) J. A- FRAE PA fc Co A'o. 7 Spruce street Xeic YorAr. Yankee Doodle is published in New York ev ery Satuid.iy mernmg.and will be mailed to cou;i try subsciibers in lime to arrive M its period ol destin ition simultaneously w illt its issue in the City. New York November 1856. STATE OF MICIGHAN County of Washtenaw g N the matter ol thu Estate oi 6'ilaa Dickcrson Jfl Deceased. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of li cense a'H authority granted to the undersigned Administrator of ihe es ate of Silas Dickersop, deceased, by Hon. Judge of Probate of said Coew tv of VVasl.tena w,on ihe Ifiih day of January 1847 there wiil be sold al public Auction, to the high est bi 'der, at the House of M. II. Wallace in the Village of Ypsilanti, County aforesaid, on Friday the 2G b day of February 1317 at 1 o' clock the aftenoon of that day (provided the prem ise bring at least their full apprized value as cer tified by apprisals according M law) all the right title and interest of said deceased in and 10 the the following described premises to wil: Site) ind in ihe County of Washtenaw aforesaid, Be ginning at the south East orner of section thirty one in Township two south Range, seven East and running west on the south line of the section fourteen chains and two links to a stake, on the north eas: side of the highway thence north twen ty five degrees Fust along the fence spoken of in deed from Silas Diekerson to Ansel Sperry ami continuing ihe same Course seven chains and seventy five links to the Bank of the Huron River thence down the bank of the River to the Ciet line of section thirty one. ihence south along the line three chains and twenty links to the place of beginning, containing seven acre-i nnd tweuty one fiundrelhs of an acre more or less; Also at the place aforesaid, at the hour of two o'Icloek P. M. of the same day. Tnc south Easi quarter of ihe North west quarter of section numbered thirty one in Township number two south of Range No. Eight, Easi situated in the County of Wayne Stute'of Michigan. HENRY DEXTER, Administrator. Ypsilanti Jan. 20 1H47, 5wl51 THE PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY 1IARTFORO, CONNECTICUT, C! ONTINUES to Insure upon the mosi favora ble terms. Dwellings Barns Merehai dise Mills s'ock in Jjfills and other kinds of insu rable properly. Apply to the Offiee of their Agency at Ann Ar bor, in the P. O. B tiding, opposite the Bank ol Washtenaw Januajy 20th, 1847. MI TCHELL ECKER, Agent. REMOVAL. RS. RAWSON, respectfully informs her friends and the Public generally that she 1 has removed her establishment lo the Shop for merly occupied by Miss Van Fossen, first door West of tne Post Office, where she will prompt. lv and satisfactory meet all orders in MILLINA RY &. DRESS MAKING. The patroinge of the public is respectfully solicited. Ypsilanti Nov. .16. tf ADVfiRTlSEMEkT J. Roxbourths Toothache Specific THE PROPRIETOR offers the above named article 'o '.he public (from 20 years experi ence of its effects) as a speedy and laslingcurc for the toothache and neuralgic pains of the gums and face, and also a preserver ot tho Teeth. It is solely vgitable and not poisonous. It is put up in four ounce vials at four shillings per bottle for sale by myself, by Dr. J. Fairchihl my sole agent and by S. M, Lovcridge allot YpsiUnti. Direciions for using with each bottle. We. tho subscribers, certify that we have used Mr. Roxbourth's tooth -ache specific nnd have proved ii to be a sure anr lasting cure for that distressing malady; and heartily reccommend it all who are thus afflicted. Thorn;! s Morgan, Joseph II. Peck, Mrs. Mar et Randolph, Mrs. fidnev Matthews. VVm. Brow n, Harriet Kanouse, Frances A. Child, Polly Fnirehild. Ypsilanti Dec. 5th 46. Farm tor Sale. 4 Farm containing onehundred acres, lying in in the town of Lodi, three miles west of Lo di Planes and 5 miles from the village ol Saline. Upon the lorm is a good log house, some young Frnit trees, about lorty acres under improvement and some sown to graiu. The above larm will be sold very cheap.- For particulars, apply to Dr. Mnrvin of Lodi, John Earl or Samuel Killparick of Ypsilanti. December 9, 1846- New Establishment. MISS MARIA ELIZA DUNCAN. Formerly foreman in the shop of Miss J'&o'.s i 5; " OULD Respectfully inform her friends v and the Public generally that she has es tablished herself in the Millinery &. Dress Mi kinr businass inthe shop formerly occupied bv. Aiss Rowley opposite VancleveV Offi-'-e Congress street where sne will be happy to receive ihe crlls of those requiring her services. Ypsilanti Dec. 9th 1846. All orders with which she may he favored, will be executed wi h neatness and despatch; Pat tern bete will be made with 'he s:.me care as when she was in the shop of iliiss Nichols where ihis work was entrusted to her, TOOTHACHE SPECIFIC. rUST Received and for sale bv S. M. LOVERIDGE. BrandretiVs Pills. This medicine it acknowledged to be one of t: e most valuable ever discovered, as a purifier of the bio )d and fluids. It is superior to Sarsa -pari!h. whether as a sodorftc or alterative. It stands infinitely before all the preparations or combinations of Mercury. Its purgative proper, ties are alone of incalculable value for these Pills may be taken daily for any period, and in stead of a weakening by the cathartic effect, they add strength by taking away tho cause ot weak ness. There is no good Mercury does, which these Pills do not likewise. But they have none ol the miserible effects of that deadiy specific The teetu are not injured the bones and limbs are not paralyzed no but in the stead of these distressing symptoms, new life and consequent animation is evident in every movement ot the body Brandreth's Pills are indeed a Universal Remedy, for they euro I.vh.amatio.v and Chron ic Rheumatism! They cure Diabetes and a Stop page of Ubi.ve- They cure Dysentery and C0.1 sitctional Costive.ness. They will cure all th. se apparently opposite diseases, because they cleanse and purify the blood, provided, however, nature 13 not beyond all human ASSISTANCE. In all ciscs they will be found a safe and sim ple remedy, yet all powerful for the removal of diseises, whether chionic or recent, infections or otherwise. They do not render the system liable to be affected by any changes of tempera ture. The very cause, or occas;o:t of the human Irame being atFeetcd by colds, and coughs is removed by their use. Therefore, they may be used at ali times ani seasons without damage, and change of diet, and any extra care is unneces sary, 1"j3 4m For Pale by E. GRANT, Agent nt Ypsilanii. LIQUORS. JUST RECEIVED and for sale at very low prices, Pure Seignette Brandy, " 0 aid do. " Port Wine, Holland Gin, St Croix Rum, "For Medicinal purposes," like our friend and neighbor Samson. MO VI US d THIELSE.Y. Hallo! Neighbor YV:err- have von hf.An fn jl buy your Goods? Been! wv y; whv I have just come from ZZ3f2r SAMSON'S of course-1 can buy more Goods there for a Dollar, than at any Store in Ypsilanti. Just call and satisfy yourself friends, and if you don't find it so, I'll give it up. V7"OOD AND BRASS CLOCKS cheap V? er than ever at SAMSONS. Oct. 13,1846. 141 Tl TMBRELLAS, FromSOcts. to 82,50 may be found at SAMSONS 141. Oct. 1846 State of PTtffiftT. ) Before County of Wastenaw. ( cleve C. If. Van Jasp'ce of tho Peace in and for said county. A Ifred A. Hunter, versus James Mullholland 01 ICE is hereby given that a writ of attach ment has been issued by the abovenamcd ju stice in ravor of said Hunter asainst the gond3 ch aulas &c. of said Muiholland. returnable on the 18th day of Decmbcr A. D- 1846, and the de fondant trot appearing the trial of the cause .was adjourned until the 1-oh day of March 1847 at 1 o'clock P. M. it the office of said justice in the township of Ypsilanti in said County. Dated Ypsilanti, Dee. 25th, 46 ec, 25 5w. ALFRED A. HUNTER, pPntf. 00K HIRE BOYS BRING ON YOUR COON SKINS. iglNK and Musk rat, Fox and Deei Skins. if 11 and I will buy them at a fair pi ice and pay you in almost any thing you want, nt SAMSONS. dec. '46 25 TLBS, of the email ;B;rd Pepper' lor stile at bamsons, two oz of which will make a bottle of Pepper Sauce hot enough to bring tears from the eyes of a Crocadile. dec. '46. SAMSON has on hand a large assortment of Miscellaneous Books suitable for Schools or Family Libraries for sale as low an they can be bot in Michigan. ALSO Singing Schools furn shed with books to order by the doz at Deirit prices, dec. 46 ESTRAY. TAKEN up by the Subscriber on the 8th of Cin iRjfi '1 tm.M cn.i d t Oct 1846 a smaHsorre Pony Mare suppos- - w ..vw w -1 uuioum uas a senp in 11113 face some white on the feet is a trotter and has a switch tail" no other noticable marks. The ow ner is requested to prove property, pay charo-es and take her away. L." J. HULL? i Ypsilanti Dc. 8th 184. iTP-' Never wait for the Second Bell s. M. LOVERIDCJE. is now opening his ncwDrug and Grocery Store i.r,d a beauti ful stock of goods he I; is. consisting of DEUCS AND MEDICINES, of all kinds, GROCERIES! PAIN I S, OILS. DYE S'I UFFS. Se all new and Fresh ihroughout. He invites ihe nttentiou of Physicians and all others who heve occasion la buy- All who wish to purchase 1 t asjonishing low prices arc requested to call. for we are de"ermined to sell Goods ut such pi ices that cannot help but please. Remembering the one price principle end sell at least from 10 to ;5 per cent less than any other store, which is better than 50 per cent ea'ned by hard labor. "Come one. Come all," For you will always find us at home in our store under the Prim g Office, happy to see our old customers, ar.J as mfiny as will favor us widi a call. Y silanti, .September 2, 1846, 36if. fj!0 SPORTSMEN, 'The Hunters Companion," 1 keg choice R.'fla Powder, 1U0 cwt. bar lead, and plenty of Percussion caps and Percussion Pi h nt SAMSONS. Oct. 14, 1846. 141 Seasoned Lumber 50,000 1 eet of Sea3"ned Whitewond amber tor sale cheap tor cash by MOORi; tjf- SOW CRM Aft. JTtf Ypsilanti Juno fk REJ1MS FOOLS CAP J.XD Let tJxJ'.er paper just received and for sa'e low by 8 A A80 N Oct G 141 India Knbbors. A FINE ASSORTMENT may befov.r.d cheaper than ever, for young and ol 1 at SAMSONS. Oct. 13. 1841. 1841 GALLONS spevrnOil. best 5 barreliLmsced do. do Curriers do do Olive or Sewet do do Caster do do Tai and Rosin SAMSONS. 1 do ncats foot do Just Received at WATCHES JEWELRY. SAMSON has hrnu'-.t on a splendid ass riment of Jewelry this (till alco, a hire assortment of Spectneles, Pocket Knives. Razor Strops, Silver and German Silver spoons an-l a 'ariety of Goods too numerous to mention all of which are offered nr sale cheaper than ever. October 7 DENTISTRY. A LL OPERATIONS performed in the various ti branches of Dental Surgery, viz: Extractin Cleansin?. and Filling decayed Teeth, with Gold. Tin, and Silver Foil : Teeth set on Gold Plate or Pivot, according to the latest improvements, and Warranted, by R. V.ASMLEY. X ailanu July i2d IJltt, Musical Instruments! SOME may OME VERY RICH ACCORD EONS :ay be found at Semeone also, Violins, Flutes, Cbrionels, and Fife and Preceptors for each of the above instruments. SANSON filling' up with BOOKS' aain and has a large assortment ot gift books ibr the sea Eon. Also tho works of Shakspearc, Uyron, Ion Young Cowper, Robert Durns, Moore, Mil Mrs. Sigournev, Josephus, D'Aubignes, Dick. Combe, Rollin. Waher Scott and a host of other too numerous to nietuion. October 6, 8 6 T. S. HILL Has just received a new Jot of SHAWLS, BONNET-RIBBONS, CAP and Cape Laces. Wrought Hdings and (nert ings. Lisle Thread, Cambrics and Muslins, Cor ded skirts. Dress Goods, Robe Cassimeres and D'Lanes.L'mhTodericGin hams, Cashmere do. Scorch, do. Silk warp Aa pacas, Alapaca Lastree. Figured Alapaca3 nctts, Otnbra Toibcts, SHOES, French Puskins, Walking Shoes, Gaiters. Thick Bootees, Rgbbere, Chihirens shoes &c &.c. And n great variety of other desrahlc goods which he will sell as low as they can bo purcha sed else whera in this region, T. S. HILL. Ypsilanti, Oct. 20, 46. HATS, CAPS and Xviurrs. VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT for sale very cheap at SAMSONS, DISSOLUTION. TIIE Copartnership heretofore existing be tween Joseph Sperry and Ashley Minor, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. JOSEPH SPERRY ASHLEY MINOR, Ypsilanti October 21, 1846. NOTICE. 11IIE SCHOOL INSPECTORS, for the Town ship of Ypsilanti, will meet on Saturday, the seventh day of November next at one o'clock P. M. at the School Room of Dennis Hammond, (at the Engine House,) for the purpose of cxarnin'm? Tea chers of Primary Schools for said Township for the ensuing year. Ypsilanti, Oct. 22, 1846. By order of the Board of Inspectors. O. II. LEE, Township Clerk. 2TBOTTLES QUININE, 50 do. Chola jrnCTiie, 15 boxes Drurrs, 1 do. Ext. Log wood, Received this dav at Samson's. Nov. 13th, 1846. 600 SPELLING BOOKS fast ree'd at SAMSONS. Oct. 14. 1811. 141. FOK SALE. T HE UNDERSIGNED wishes to el! a first rate pair ot Beat bay Ponies, four yeeri old well matched, sound and kind in every respect and good travellers, also a first rate light waxofl made lor said ponies, eniirely new, wiih half clip : Ve ?nT U"der b,h "5 a'SK a Tt 1 1 doubie h irnesi just out of the shop, made for s i Donie, Tm J.,r,,!le 1 wilt sel them loeetfe chei t. viry c'leip for cash or its eq iiv alcnl. 9r nirtieularf call on EVYD. W ELC IL YpUU O et. 7, 1846. 141 LADIES You can find rich Hal Rihl ans and flowers at T. S. BILLS. H r ! M V- TS A lawcing Scbool. MESSRS. McCAULEY & WHITLOC1L propose teaching a dancing echoolin thV village of Ypsilanti for the term of Twelve lei sons. The first, six will be devoted to Steps, Etiquette, fee The remainder will be an appli cation of the same in Cotillions, Contra, dance, Spanish dancety Waltzing, kc. Terms 5 per couple to be paid tho eiphlb night. First le.-.son will Le given r.n f'J the 4th day of December inst. at the Grout Wee tern Hotel where the Subscribers and all tnoe desiring to unite in the school are requested ti attend. nouns for exercise. , During several of the fin-t ev;nirirt wlU be For Misses from 3 o'clock P. M. to 6 For Gents. " 6 " " " to 0 To Physicians. O M. LOVEREDGE has purchased the pe- tent right for, and has the exclusive prit- ileo-e to vend Dr. Fle.nming's Patent Spring Pad Suppor ter, and Truss for bodily weakness and Herina In Washtenaw County. Me will always keep them for sile at his Drugstore under the Prin- ing Office, one door east ol A. Buck's store, Ypsilanti. This instrument is so constructed as to gtv it a very important advantage over all others. The where of me Spring work is in the Pa id; audit can be worn wiih perfect ease by all. To stee loop, which is so objectional to most par sons anJ so difflcu't to be worn, on accountof ih inf lating them, is etuirel aupersed in tins UHN tneut. C! A 31 SOX, is now receiv nj the K$ l.iri.'et and most complete Uisort nent olGOODS in his line ever brought into this nidiket all of which were .ousht recently h: New York at fir't hiiiidand b night al such rates as to defy all com petition, an J he means o sell litem at .i i.-es-cor. responding pith the times, thai Uto say. Exceed. ingiy lou). 1 wish it lo be distinctly understood by the public generally that I can f ell goods as low aa my neighbors, notwithstanding the many boasts to the contrary ar.d wi.n re-gHi'd to the quality of goods. I do not pro!escto sell ''Cau'.iful drugs nnd med icines," but, DO say I always keep ibe lenuin articles and am Uew about receiving t auteh la ger stock of DRUGS & PAINTS, oJts DYE-WOODS AND DYE-TUF ! ban wn ever br night to Ypsilanti, and hao aa'f to say 10 that so far as (trices are concerned I can wholesale to my boasting neighbor lull aa low iftey buy i 1 Detreit and save them Rail, road charge and not "fresh from Detroit'' bet. all genuine and many of iheu: lately iiMpuri4 from Europe. October (i, 1346. t "iifo crCtem. Taylor THE FAIR ISA BELL, by Eugene Sne arc among the cheap publication j'!t re eeieed at SAV.SOSl" Oct. "4; TEAS! 4 heavy oek crocf;ku: .1 f coming in direct from New York .or ! Wholesale and retail, by SAMSON MRS. RAWSON, OULD inform the LADIES of Tpefiejt, and its vicinity, that the has reoprnedeher btifine.-s at her Dweiiin; on htron stkket. All orders in MiHi iary and Dress Afaking will meet with prompt atienthm. 34t -i rri doz ASSORTED TTR1T1NQ VA", just received and rale at whoU- sale prices by SAMSON Parasols ! Parasols ! ! IOR I1LE cheap L' by T. S.niLL To f he Ladies TOU Will find at SAMSONS plntv nf JL steel heeds, Parse Twist, Lb and pume clasps and a pfraf many new and curious arlicl very rirsLIr and ch r4. C I land see ih 2,0 LITHOGRAPHIC ENGRAVINGS new r.r.J beautiful, just reer-ivrdr SAMSONS. Oct. 14, 1846. GENTLEMEN. If on will, call bi TS BfLtM you can 6:td fashiotiab I Roots atid (J dlere Ca-h! Cash!!" Cash!!! ASH, AND THE IIIfillEST VlCE will he given fur anvquanti'v nf RYE AND CORN nt the distillery lately ftrttfft. ed by Kaaaorn ortoi-, netir ih 3 iippi r Bridge by HAWKINS & LESrttONCK. Ypi!atiti, December 19. 145. 4- f Grand River Plaster. Barrels of Grai.d Rivr ter i 1 1 St rrceifed ntid f.. tain at the Depot by NORRIS 61 FOLLKTT 1 ' ' ; 45 f ESTRAY. into the er, closure of the sabs'-riber t 41 AMI the townshiu of Ypsilanti. on the 16 h is . five haadofcaitle ; one black COW eeyy'ewei be nine or ten years old ; one heifer thre 'er old ; one steer two years old; and two vr iriag heifers. P. ETCUKIL. Ypsillanti Dec23i 7346. 7IOef tffc A' TMUEJLSE.Y. TAYE OPENED at the old st or JL Edmur.ds k Co.. a large and full efori rnent ot" H3r d-W&roG roceries,licather DRY ' GOODS AND LIQUORS, which rhey offer for REPY PAY ONLY, at prices so reasonable tkaf thooe wkw wish to buy cannot fail to he suited- Call and examine obi 'ock and price, before pinchasing elerhi. JULIUS MOVIUS HANS T HI ELS EN. Eastern Salaratua. A SPLENDID ARTICLE, clean and white for ea! bv irfn-T- Cet. H. S4, M1 giTEAS. K