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THE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY REQUES TED amid the manv Gbbat Idcce kt for trade at a BARGAIN, not TO FORGET S. TfL LOVERXBGE: thankful fur the very libera! pa'nnage lie lias thus far receive', and most respectfully solicits continuance of the same with the assurance that he will be on hand to show all those who wish to examine (free of charge) his extensive and well selected aiockof DRUGS A: MEDICINES DRY GOODS, P a i n t s, O i 1 a n d Dve-stuffs. BOOKS 4. STATIONARY. al of which will be sold at reasonable rates and on accommodating terms. N. B All kinds uf COUNTY PRODUCE ta ken in exchange for goods. S. M. L. Ypsil inti, June 9, 1847. 175. TAKE NOTICE HILL & PLATT. HAVE Just Beciveo a five Stock READY MADE CLOTHING, DRY GOODS & GROCERIES, which we offer at the lowest cash price. You need not take our word for this but call and see Jor yourselves. " You will find us on Congress street, directly Opposite E. Grant's dry good Store. Ever ready "nd ever willing to reoeive those who see fit to -give us a coll. We say to the Farmers, that we intend to take all kinds of Country Produce for AbFeh we Will .pay the highest price. I 1 . & P. Ypsiian.i, June U, 1817. 175. TEA! TEA!! Yfc X CHESTS of lre-.li Tea just received and J for snle hv fi- W. Ol P,ER l & CO. lO L Z. Grass and Crailie M-ytlics, exfa quality lor sile low by G W. &, CO. I 8T received a few dozen cast steel Spades audShovels ot the best quality for sale at G. W Git hfrt. cV Co. ISO, uU. Butter warned iy G VV Gilbert, J- Co. M-rJ I.YK. just received and . 'a t at irhole eMprwmh b ,i SAMS OA" PLASTER! PLASTER!! BARRELS Superior Grand River Pas ter for sale cheat) for crsh by ' EDMUNDS. & CO. 50 2 fiT BOTTLES qil.XI.XE. 50 do. Chola tgogtte, 15 boxes Drups 1 do. Ext. Log Avnod. Received this day at Samson's. N'jv, 13th, 143. Bars ay. C1ame IBM my enclosure on the 20 of July uit. -'a bright h::y mare, supposed to be 10 or 12 yours "Id. wilitahtffl jail. Also at the snme time a h'g-ht bown. pony mare supposed to be six years old. Tim pony man- has some w.iite on both of her riwh' ft ct. .n1 a spot on the forehead, and J. 11. branded on 'h" left shoulder; also a brand nn right shoulder but no' plain enough t t"ll the Jt.rs. SOLOMON MILLER. Ca:t .n Apr;! 15 !S4- J I art ford Fire Insurance Cotnp'y. Ju!v M. 18-15, THE rwrroJ destruciive Tire in New York will icur-c excite solicitude in regard to its -ffeci on the solvency o insurance companies in that city and the neghborinsf places. The Direc toii the Unit ford Fire Insvrimc Company are happy t-i a.-ure their customers and the public. that they are prepared to adjust and pay at mat urity. jII lorar atwietned by their office' Irnm iheir surplus funds and current receipts, without delay, and withttpi wiihdiawir.g their permanent investment. Their capital lemaina ample lor the seeuri y of a 1 1 who insure with them,' and ih-y invne owners l desirable property :o obtain Polices on favorable terms, bo h at the Home Ori fice and at their several agencies. Their mode of transacting business which for 35 years pas', ha secured the public confidence, will remain unchanged. By order of the Board of Director'-. JAMES G. BOTTS Secretary, NORMS & FOLLE'i'T. Agents Ypsilanti, Michigan, Aug. G. SSAJHSOATi is now receiving .hr li laresi and most complete assort- i ineui olGOODS in his line ever brought into mis market al! ol Winch were .'ought recently in New York at firs' handsand b ught at such rates as lo defy all com petition, and lie means o sell them at prices cor responding with the lime, that isto say, Exceed tngly Into. I wish it to he di-ainctly understood by Ihr public generally that I can nell goods as low as my neighbors, notwithstanding the many boasts to the contrary and with regard to the quality ol goods, 1 do not professio f. Li.-au r iftil drugs and med icines," but, DO my I always keep il.e Genuine 'Aiieies and am now about receiving a much lar Jal stock of DRuas& PAINTS, OILS IYIEDXCDMES I) Y C-WOODS ANP DY b ihan was ever hr nj(hl to Ypsilanii, and have or.! lo say 'o that so tar as prices arc concerned I can wholesale to my boasting neighbors lull as i,ow as they buy hi Detroit and save them Rail road charges ami no "fresh from Detroit'' but, ail genuine and many of thetr. la'ely imported from Europe. October 6, H-16. To Farmers. ROGERS PATENT, improved, spring steel Cultivator Teeth, direct from the manufac tory of tne Patentee, are now on hand, with or wiihout woods.and for sale at the shop of J. Stock dale, Huron street, Ypsilanti. The best farmers in the state of New York Use them aid say, "Plow once deep and well, and drag once length wise of the furrow, and the cultivator finishes"put ting in Wheat. Rye, Oais fcc, better than can be done in the old way," Also in preparing land plowed in the Fall, for every kind of spring cr p they save from one third to one hall of ihe labor and expense and ?et the same in iu beUer season. Those who buy ne sett only can take a part out and put them int i small wood, to use among corn. They are cheat ?elf sharpner, easy to wood and not haole get out ol repair. Wheat put in with the above ta not lial It to winter kilt. Some of vour neigcbors have a r;ndy bought ; please ask them how they work. Frurh wjjl prevail. SCALL. Agent India Rubbers. A FINE 1SSORTMEXT maybe found cheaper than ever, for voting and old at 8JLM80JY8. Oct. 1?. 1841. 1841 HILL 4r PLATT, can safely say that they have received a fresh supply of the richest Summer GjoL, ever offered in this market. Calf and see it i ram ; i Lt G. W. GILBERT, & CO. ARE NOW RECEIVING direct from New York their large and splendid stock of Spring and Summer GOODS, of every discription. Among their stock may be found Black. Blue, and Blue Black BBOAD CLOTlI Plain and Fancy CASSIMKR3, Sheeps Gray, Gold mixed and plain Tweed, Sati netts f everv quality and color, KentuckyJanes, Gambroons.and a large assortment of t manner Cloths for mens and' boys Pants. Their assortment of Groceries, Crockery and If ard-Ware is now complete. They have BOOTS ''AND SHOES in any quantity Ladies Tuscan and Straw Bonnets, misses do. mens Leghorn Hats, fine quality; Mens and boys silk-f!agged Rough and Ready' Caps, &c. &c. Comments are unnecessary, lor particulars call and see their store. Recollect they will not be undersold bv anV Establishment west of Buftalo. G. W. G. k. CO. Are now prepared to buy all kinds of COU.XTRY PRODUCE for which the will pav the highest market price in Goodsk YPSiLAWI, Jane, 1&47, 17." PRINTS, PRINTS, a few cates of English and Ameaican Prints for sale low bv, G. VV. GILBERT, k CO. RIBBONS! I A FEW RICH and Fashionable Bonnet Ribbons mav be found at SAMSONS, if von call soon June 3. LOST! ON Saturday Evening last, a STEEL BEAD DAG, with a siael clasp. The bag contain ed a purse with about $3,00 in it : a cambric hand Uerchiet, a silver thimble, and some few yards of Gimp and Fringe. Any person finding said bag, and returning it to ihe subscriber, shall be liberally rewarded. JOHN W. VANCLEVE. VINEGAR! VINEGAR!! PRIMP', article lor sale low by the gallon at SAMSON S. NEW GOODS.! DRUGS PAINTS OIL, GLASS, VARNISH, Just received at SAMSONS and for sale low. BUTTER, E jcs, R ags and Money not re fused for goods at SAMSONS. May 24, 173 GOING! GOING!! What's going? that cheap tea at SAMSONS. May 24, CLEAR THE TRACK! JTOP your horse, my iriend, a word with you! W Where do you find goods the cheapest? Wt A. sir. if you want DRUGS OR GROCERIES, BOOKS OR STATIONARY, PAINTS OR OIL, DYE WOOD OR DYE-STUFFS, or anv thing ot that kind you can do belter with ' S A M S O N than any one else. keeps 'a good r.nd complete nssoftmtnt tUlWUlj on MM and as he buys cheaper than his neighbors and expenses light he can and will sell you belter bargiins 'ban any one in Yp silanti. J'vc tried all over and I'm sa'isfied to deal with him as lonr ns he deals as lairly as he does now, ad has done heretofore- ust give him a call and satisfy vourseli. May, 24.' '4i, GOK HIRE g AM SON Continues to supply Drills mid Medicines. to Physicians as low as they can buy in the .State an I all articles warranted to give perfect sa tis faeiion. SHERIFF SALE. STATE of Michigan County os Wash. ss i y vii tm- ol two Executions issued out of the JR AC.rcnii Court for the State and County afor said, to me directed and delivered; I have levied upon the following described piece or parcel of laud to wit : the west half of south-west qnartre ol m ction 35, township 4 south of range G east containing 80 acres more or less. Which shall sell at the Court IlotiseJ in ihe village ol Ann Arbor in said county at" public auction lo the highesi biddet on Fiiday the six teenth day of July next at twelve o'clock noon of that day. E- H. SPAULDIXO, She! iff. By J. M. Chisdi-ter, Deputy, Ypsila'iii, May 31, 1817. RTrs. S. H. FROST. 70UL0 respectfully inform the ladies of Ypsilanti and vieinitv that sIip h:, romm.. ed her Milluary business .i iI.p k;u; known as .Vjss Row ley's shop on Congress srreet where she will be happy to receive the call? all persons wishing work in her line. I psilanti, may o, IN47. 3W TEAS! TEAS! A HEAVY Mock of GROCERIES jut coming in direct Iroui New York lor sal Wholesale and retail, by SAMSOv CytZfX LITHOGRAPHIC ENGRAVINGS iJ3 new and beautiful, just received at SJMSO.XS. NEW BOOT Sc SHOE STORE C. IRVING. HAS opened a Boot axd Shos Store one door .vest of the Posl Office, u hprt. hp ' for sale all kinds of BOOTS and SHOES which he filers lor Cash at least twenty per cent cheaper than can be bought in this village Those wishing to buy will do well to give him a call before Durchiiseinff elsswhprp IVnrk made to order on the shortest notice and WARRANTED. Please call and see at the sign of the big boot, south sile of congress street. Ypsilanti April f. 1S47. lG8tf 50 THOUSAND LBS. wool wanted by G. W. Gn.cr.hT, Jc co. TEAS.j REMOVAL New Establishment MISS MARIA ELIZA DC N CAN. Formerly foreman in the shop of .Miss A'ichols RESPECTFULLY informs her patrons, and the public generallv that she has removed her establishment opposite Wallace's bote!, first ; door above Cdiuunds, .o's siore, where she i will be happy to receive any orders in the Itlilliiiary and Diw-liik in;.'. j All VOM entrusted to her will be tastefully i done and warranted to please as beine iter own tentton. N. B. The latest ppring styles and patterns from : lie city of New York just received. IRVING AS Jvst Received ;he fashionable BOOTS a in and SHOB5 for the Spring and Summer among which may be found LADIES FRENCH GAITERS, POLKA'S, WALKING SHOES AND SLIPPERS ALSO. Misses Gaitrrs, Polkas'. Buskins and GENTLEMEN'S GAITERS, to l-.ee up on ihe side. All of which he willshaw gratis, and sell to those wishing to buy very cheap At the sign of the big boot south side of Con gress street YPSILANTI. CULTIVATORS. jTF.EL TEETH wiih or with or without wood n tug and the "jam-up" of every thing of the kind that has or probably ever will be offered to this or any people. M.inv ol the best Farmers in lhjs part of the M moral vineyard " used litem last season en their fallows to pRepare for, and put in rheir what;aud upon their testimony we arc willing to rest. For Sale by J. Sockdale at his shop, Huron street, and at the shop oft, flascal. Congress street. Ypsilanti 28 Aptil 1847; 4w. I irrels of Gr;iitd River Pias ter just received and f--r siU- the Depot by NORMS fc FOLbETT August, ,45 Farm for Sale. 4 Farm containing one hundred acres, lying in in the town of Lodi, three miles west of Lo di Piae3 and 5 miles from ihe village ol Saline. Upon the larrn is a eood log house, some young Frnil trees, about lohy acres under improvement and some sown to grain. The above farm will be sold very cheap For particulars, apply to Dr. Marvin of Lodi, John Earl or SamnH Killpdriek of Ypsilanti. December 9, 184G- Farm For Sale. SUBSCRIBER offers for sale the farm on which he now lives, three miles south ot I Saline village in ihe township of York, Wash tenaw county Mich, containing 160 acres cf good opening land, 1 10 acres cleared. On the prerni j ses are two log houses, two framed b.irnes. a good young orchard of grafted fruit, just cohi niencing to bear, and fifty four acres 01 wheat on the ground lo he purch.-.scd with the farm or separate at ths option of the purchaser. Terms, a part down, and a liberal credir with approved security on ihe re-nainder. f'iseion given immediately. UZZIEL KA.NOUSE York. May 12, 1847. For further particulars apply to J. M. Edmunds V piilantt. or the subscriber on the premi.-es. To Inhabitants of Washtenaw WHO ARE BUILDING! THE BUB9GMIMEK& rit TpiflanH give r.c tice that they are prepared to furnish lo order window SASH AND BLINDS made of Pine Lurihcr and the sash li'led w ith ihe best Eastern Glass a' prices l.er than any now offered in ihe State, of the same nualiiy. "Estimates furni.hcd by let i dr if required." Sash can be had Without glass if wauled, but ihe sub scribers have the facilities to furnish ihein nrad set t, so as to m ike It an olject to those wishing a good article. Window blinds made, painted and iMMCa at reduced prices. Oval and dot' ic sash for Churches, show cases, and how windows. Also funy sash made io order- The snhscribers have a praclic.il knowledge of I lie abuvr business lor 18 years, and will convince all ihoe who fa vor them with a call, of their VO'kmitnfthip' ax) low prices. Shop on Norih ILinm Street, one floor south of G. Davis' Cabinet shop. Ypsilanii M-ch 10,47. E. P. &. C. B' EARL Valuable property for Sale t'BT' HE Subscriber offers for sale on vriy libera! Jl terms, a large number of lots of land si'ua ted in Hillsdale, Eaton, Monroe and Ionia co n ties in this state and in William's county, Ohio. They can be bought with satisfai tory ssecuri.v on a very liberal credit, and presenis very supe. rior advantages lor settler'". For a more pnrticuiar description of location, quality of soil. ft.c. Plese apply io Thomas Pope or George G Pope at their residence in York uear the village of Saline. Ypsilanii, -pril 19, 1647. KJ8if. THE LADIES. WILL find the latest style of French Shoes of all kinds at DIVING'S. Please call and see them. The Old Painter HAS come back (jnst as we expected) and l:is shop is first door east of Edward's .Sash and Blind manufactory. Thankful for past favors and expects a chance with the rest of the brethren m what is to be dons in his line of business. P. IIASCALL. Congrefs Street. Ypsilanti, Apr 28, 1847 rpO SPORTSMEN, 'The Hunters Companion," 1 keg choice Rfle Powder, 100 cwt. bar lead, and plenty of Percussion caps and Percussion Pils at SAMSONS. Oct. II, 184G. 141 PROSPECTUS OF THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL, VOLUME FOUR. In coming before the public with the fourth Vol. of the ''Sentinel" we find a favorable opportunitv of sketching a slight programme of our intentions, which we shall endeavor to fill during the year. We have been flattered more during the year just past with the satisfaction expressed by our patrons than by any considerable increase of our subscription list So great are the obstacles which a country press has to contend with that it must ueccssardy win its wav slowly into 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. The "Sentinel" will continue to advocate the measures of the WThig party so far as those meas ures ure now developed; nor do we apprehend the adoption of any doctrine by that party which our private judgment shall force us to oppose; vet 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 political reading, but we cannot promise this except on the condition of a largely increased subscription Is Miscr.t.LArrEocs Reading wt; 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 the current litera ture of the day than heretofore. We shall be 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 yield their choicest gems Wre should be glad if we were able to prom ise something original in this line, and we trust that we may be able to find in the course of the year; if so it will not be held back because we are not ob ligated by a promise to produce it-. Our General Ntci-ligence will be copious, cor rect, and early. The various and multifarious de signs of a weekly journal we shall endeavor in short to fulfill to the best of our ability : of which the pub lic have now had some two years experience. We trust that we shall now sec an increased in terest taken in the .S'cntinel by those whose inter ests are advanced, and the importance of whose place of residence is enhanced by its continuance. With the expirng hero we say, if we have done well, "Give us your applause. THE PUBLISHER. Ypsilanti Jan. 23 1447. 100 GALLONS best sperm Oil. i barrelsLmseed do, do Curriers do do Olive or Sewet do do Castor do do Tai and Rosin SAMSONS. j. do neats foot do Just Hecei IN ATTACHMENT. State of Michigan, ) In Justice Court County of Wshtenaw, $ before C. H. Van cleve 6. Justice of tbe Peace in and for said Codn'cy; Walter A. Buckbce, i lrOTICE is herehy vs. J 1 given that a writ Marvn Minor. ) of Attachment has been issued by the above named Jus tice of ihe Peace in favor of the above named Walter A , Bti' kbce Plaintiff agairist the- goods, chattels, rights credits moneys and effects of the aboue named Marvin Mirtor defendant re turnable on the Oth day o! February Ai D. 1847 and that the trial of the said cause is adjourned until the oih dry of May A D. 1847 it one o' clock in the afternoon at the office of said Jus tice in the Township ef Ypsilanti is said County WALTER A. BUCKBEE. Plaintiff Dated Ypsilanti Feb. 5th. 1847. 5w SAMSON has on hand a large assortment of Miscellaneous BbDki suitable for Schools or Family Libraries for sale as low at they can be bo: in Michigan. ALSO, Singing Schools fnrn.shed wi'h books to order !y the doz at Dctr.it prices. SHERIFF SALE State of Michigan, ) County of Washtenaw, HY virtue of one Excculion issued out of the Court of Chancery in the Second Circuit, for the State aforesaid, to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon the following described Piece or Parcel of Land lo wit. Village Lot No. (414) in .rris and Cross, addition to the Village of Ypsilan ti Washtenaw County Michigan. Which I shall sell at t!;c court House in the Village of Ann Arbor in said County, rt Public Auction to. th highest bid der, on Friday the 2.'ld d iv of April next at twelve o'clock, noon of tha'dav. E: ff. SPAULDING Sheriff hv JAS. SANDERS Special Deputy: Dated YpsilanliMarch 4th 1847. The above sale is postponed uittil the tenth day of June at the same place and lime of dav. E. H. SPAULDING; Sheriff, By Ja.'. S..' rEn;, Deputy; Ypsilanti. April -J6, IS47, The above sale is further postponed tintil the seventh day of July next at the same place and time of dav. E. il. SPAULDING, Sheriff. By Jas. Sandkrs, Deputy. Ypsilanti, June 1G 1347; STATE OI'M IC11IG AN , f g ftotice fs hijrc Washt-ni tr eountv: ( bv given that on the 19th d iy til April A. D. 1847, I presented i petiiion lo the Probate court of said county, praying thai I might be appointed Administrator ofthe estitc of llenryFeathcrly, late of Ypsilanti in siid comity deceased and rftal the hearing of aid petition is postponed unti'l the 17th day of 3ly A.n. 1847 at one o'clock P, M- ht i lie probate office id said cdtm')', to the end that all persons in.erested niay then and ihefe appear and show cause if any they have why the prayer bf Said netitione- should not be granted. A. 11, SALLARD. Daied April 20. 1S47. 6 EMPIRE FURNACE. Important to Farmers. AND in ECU A ICS THE PROPRIETORS of the Empirf.Fur nace, near the Depot of the Central Rail Road is prepared to fernish to farmer:? at all times ail kinds of farming utensils in his l.'ne, embra cing plow? of the laiest and most approved pat terns. Cultivators, Shovel plows, Wagon-sxles, Caldron-keitlcs, And-irons, &.c. &c. as cheap and upon as good terms, as any other establish ment in the western country. j Castings of all description. Fanning-mill irons Patent scsles, Engine-lates, &c. w jll be made to order on the siioriesi notice, and finished in the most workmanlike manner. Farmers, and all oth ers who may want anything in the line of his bus iness, are respectfully requested io call at the es tablishment of the undersigned previous to pur chasing elsewhere, N. R. All kinds of count'y prooucc, for which the HIGHEST PRICE will be paid, t iken in payment. TIMBER for wooding plows, and OLD CAST INGS of every description wjnted, TfaHaati, APri! 2J ,17. A. P. SHAFER- SAT EOF MICHIG AN Waslitennw Coonfy A T a session of the Probate Court for the Xm. cone ty of Washtenaw, held at the office ol the Judge (hereof, at the village ol Ann Arbor, on Monday the thirtieth day of November.in t' c year of our Jjord one thousand eight hundred and lorty six. Present, Elias M Runner Judge of Probate in ihe matter ol Abigail Millington, Deceased. On reading and filing the peti'ion of Cicero Mil lington representing that Abigail Milling'on in her life time, made and published a certain instru ment in writing purporiing to be her last will nd testament (which now in file) that said .-icero Millington is the Executor named in said stament, and praying that said instrument may : proved and allowed as the last will ol said de ceased. Thereupon it is ordered, that I lit consideration of said petiiion be postponed till the First Mon day in February next, et one o'clock in the after noon of that day. when the heirs and oil other persons interested in said Estate may appear ( the Probate office in the village ol Ann Arbor & show cause, if any there be, why the prayer ot the petitioner should not be granted and it is farther ordered that said petitioner cause a copy fa rhia to be published in some newspaper primed in the County of Washtenaw, for six weeks sue. cessively. ottce in each Week previous to the time above appointed for the hearing in the premises True Copy, ELIAS Af. SKINNER, Judge of Probate. TOTICE id hereby given, that a petiiion will JL be presented to the Circuit Court, for 'he county of Washtenaw, at the adjourned term of the said court, lo be holden on the sixteenth day of March, 1847, praying for license to sell and convey the title to certain real estate, situated in the Village of Ypsilanti. eoutity ot Washtenaw, and state of Michigan, known and described as Village lot number one hundred and niucty-stve n in the said Viltug'e of Ypsilanii, belonging to the Haptist Church and society in Ypsilan'i, to gether with the building thereon and all the ap pnrtenances thereunto belonging. By order of the Baptist Church and sociery in Ypsilanti. Dated, Ypsilanti Jan. Kih, 1847. A- Pardee, " Talmon Brown-, Trustees of the Hiram Cady Baptist Chureh So- David Stewart, I ciet.y iu Ypsilanti. I, N. Field, J By A. W- Moore, Attorney. ADVERTISEMENT 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 lasting cure for the tojlhacbe and neuralgic paine of the gums and face, ?nd also a preserver of ihe Teeth, ft is solely vgitable and not poisonous. It is put up in four ounce vials at four shillings per bonle for sale by myself, by Dr. J. Fairchtld my sole gent and by S. M, Loveridge allof Ypsilanti. Directions for using with each bottle. We. the subscribers, certify that we have used Mr. Roxbourth's tooih-ache specific and have proved it to b a sure and lasting cure for thai distressing malady ; and heartily reccommend it to nil who are thus afflicted. Thomas Morgan, Jo-eph II. Teck, Mrs. Mar garet Randolph, Mrs. Sidnev Matthews. Wrn. A. Brown. Harriet Kanousc, Frances A. Child, and Polly Faircluld. Ypsilanti Dec. 5th 46. IN CHANCERY FIRST CIRCUIT. Whereas, at a Court of Chanceey, for the first Circuit ofthe Siate of Afichicnn, held at the city of Detroit on the fifteenth day of Sep. tember, eighteen hundred and foriy six, in a cause wherein George C. Bates was complain ant and Stephen B. Olds Was defendant, it was decreed by the Chancellor of said S'late I That the premises hereinafter described should be sold under the direction of one ofthe Masters of this Court. Notice is therefore hereby given ihut by virtue of said decree, will on the 28th dav ol April next at the hour of one 'clock P. M. of that dav, expose to saie at the" Ypsilanti House" in the Village ot Ypsilanti, Cotonty of Washte naw, in said state, ail and singular. Ihe premises With the appurtenances described in said decree and mortgage ihcreih mentioned, described as follows, beginning at the South line of section twe-uty in township two south of range six east where the east line of rriain elree' in the Villag of Ann Arbor intersects the same, thence north wardly on a road toward the brook four rods thence east right rods, thence s'ouili to the north east corner of lot eight in block four "orth of Hu ron street ij ranee four in said Village, ih'ehce West to .main-street, or place of be!'i"n'tig. con taining about thirty two rods more or less. Sale absolute ami Without redemption. Ypsilanii Mai. 15 1845. C. JOSLIN, aster in CiancfcT IN the matter of the Estaic of i'ilas D;ckcrson Deceased. Notice is hereby giventhat in pursuance of li cense and authority granted to the undersigned Administrator of the es'ate of Silas DickersoPj deceased, by Hon. Judge of Probate of said Courj ty of Wasliiena w,on the Irtth day of January lt47 ther.c will be sold at public A'ici ion, to the high est bidder, at the House of M II. Wallace in ihe Villcgc of Ypsilanti, County aforesaid, on Friday the 2tli day of February 1H17 at 1 o' clock the afliioon of (lint day (provided theprein ise bring a' least iheir lull ripprted vihie as cer tified by apprisals according M law) all tie right title and in'crest of said deceased in arid tm the tlie following described premises to w it: Siiua t d in the County of Washtenaw aforesa id, Be ginning at the south Eat Will of section thirty one in Township iwo south Range, even Eisl and running west on the south line of the section fourteen chains and two links to a stake, on the north east side ofthe highway llience north twen ly five degrees Fast along the fence sunken of in deed from Silas Diekerson to Ansi I Sherry an l continuing the same Course :-ven chains ano seventy five links to ihe Bank of the Huron River thence down ihe bank of ihe River lo the Eist line of section thirty one. ihenee south along the line three chains and twenty links to ihe place 6.' beginning, c iritaining seven acres arid twenty one hundreths of an acre more or less Also ct ihe place aforesaid, at ihe hour of t wo o'lcloek P. M. of the same day. Tpc south East quarter of ihe North west quarter of section numbered thir'y one in Township number two south of Ranee No Eight, East situated in the County of Wayne Slate of Michiean. HENRY DEXTER, Administral r. Ypsilanti Jan. 20 1H47, fwl5! The above sales are hereby postponed un il inarch 13. h, M take place at the hours oi l and 1 I at the place above mentioned. Cash ! Cash ! ! Cash ! ! ! ASH. AND THE! HIGHEST PRICE will he tfivefl for an ouunti'v of RY E c AND CORN nt (he distill ery Mtely occupi ed by Ransom Norton, near lh upper Uridine by HAWKINS & LESPKONCE." Ypsilanii, December 19, 1SJ5. 4Sif 50 BUSHELS Cranberries for rale at G. W. Gilbert, b Co. MRS. 1IAWSON, WOULD inform the LADIES of Ypsilati, and its vicinity, that she has reopenedcher business at her Dwelling on hitron street. All orders in Milliuary and Dress Afaking will meet with prompt atteniion. 34tf iUiii SPELLING BOOK S just ree'd at UUt SAMSONS. Oct. 14, 1841. HI. BOIt 'JTl Clire bl the following caa paints; Dropsy in all its forms; Gravwl ral its several stages; all diseases of the Kidneys and Urinarv Organ?;all Female Complaints, Sup pressions. &.c tr. Weakhess, debility of th Blood, such as Scrofula, Biid o'.hers of eprupti J character All ttfections of the Lungs Iisflarr.aiion of every kind, even those of the eyes; Liver complain); Consump ion. General debility, of tha system; Piles of ever;, character; Jaundice, Fever and Ague, and indeed any complaint w hich ie to be reached through the Blood, and the propri etor here confidently asserts, that he can in every ease no matter what the complaint may be M matter l.ow various i lie class ol complants, mnkea pemnnent and radical cure, is the medicine be of. iers is taken neeordinpro ihe directions. Ostsf two bottles will test the efficcy ofthe article nnd lie is at liberty to use the names of the lollowinj highly respectable individuals who Aitie betn r red inthisciiy and vicinty. Every individual here named can be seen and conversed with and the particulars of the cases cured can be known by read i'g the testimony in the hands oTthe A. gents, who will with pleasure furnish pamphleia io all who may call for them. The proprietor asks and ii i'-. d most earnestly solicits n strict invesiiiiHti- .n of the testimony set forth and ff a departure from stri'-t troth be found in any ceriiti eare ofu:red,he will pay the costpublication bfsuck exposure, ami abide the consequences. The Pro prietor would also state that every cure here car titled to, has been given over as incurableby th most ta'cn'eci medical men in the env and stata and such has been ihe ease W'lh overy curemsda by this article far and near. But the theory Which the inventor of the Lithontripiic bases his curaa upon.' that of but "one great disease" the impu rity of the blood it will in n moment be prceiv. ed that but one great remedy is necessary ta ef fect cures in various co nplaintu and the proof Which here follows establishes the Theory s firm as ihe rock of ases: Mrs. Emery Taunt.Niagara street, Buffalb, caaa of kScroffula. terminating in general Dropsy, rad ical and entire cut e. Silas Wood, of BufTilb, bla ding at helnnge, of nine years standing, it cow pleie and perfect cura. Mr. C. A. Wilson, fr many years connectedwiih the Buflalo Com. AL vertiser, Liver complant. Levi II. Williams, poU ice officer, ca3e of bleeding piles, influmaiion af the eyes ?iad scrofula, a perfect enrc. Mrs. Dju. ie! Kenney, of ibis city, get.eral dropsy. Wil liam llotmas, police constable, erysipelas of M years standing, cured by six bodies. Mrs. Lck man, 2S1 Pearl btreet. case of inflam itory rhaa, matism i singular cure., Goorye P. Br.keV, af Aurora, case of scurvy leprosy of 18 years stta ding this cure is cerlified to by the H-n. F. P. Stevens, Jude of Erie county; P. AT. Vosburgh, Eq .Surrogate of Frie county; I. V. VuuHerpote, Esq- and others. Mr3. John Seward, No, 47'Chi pewa street, Buffalo, case of affection ol the heart with palDi'.ation, debility, &c. a cure. The wifa of the Rev. John W. Vaughn, of Alcott. Niagara county N. Y. cured of dropsy. Ars. Seott Cai olitia street. Buffalo, hydroiherax or dropy of tit chest. Mrs. Lock, 257 Franklin street, Bullala, formerly of Uiica. spinal complaint with Uiina" piles, a most distressing case, perfectly cured and attainted to by Nathaniel Lock, her husband. Hi ram AVaughan, scrofulous aweilinjj-s In tH'e throat, a complete cure. Nency Main, of Ber'in, Rena alaer eodrtty, N. Y. cuted and cvriified io !y hc husband, Oliver i" eiin, Mr. s Susanna h Holbrook before Judge Curwel!. Henry Varian of Aldrn, Erie county, N-Y. cured of anasarca r ce!W dro-. psy, afler tapping had been resorted to Hgki timss and over GO gallons of waiqr taken from liirr. Miss, of West Bioomfield. cured of the irraa; larity of the menses and floor albus. The proprietor thus presents the above array testimony ihe particulars will be found in ika pamphlets which give a treatise on the complaint and also on the wiappers around the bottles' ' Be sure to call and get a pamphet a!l agents aro provided With iheir to furnish free as water tha who are in ill health may read, buy, be cured. fitware of Counterfeit, Every bo tle baa tha. written signature of G. C. Vaughn under the direi -lions, and stamped upon 'he cork , also, 'Vaughn Vegetable Lithontripiic Mixture, "blown upon tha bottles. Put up in 3(1 ource bodies at per hot tie. auJ 12 ounce ai$l per bottle. Manufactured and sold by Dr. G. C. VAUGHN. iS3 Main street Buffalo, to whom all conimimicr. lions must come, pt paid. Also for :lc at 132 Nassau street New Yrk; by II. M. Lake; office devotc-d exclusively to laMs sale of this medicine. Principal and miiy ofii'-a in Ciiiclniiaii; Uhi by Jas. II. Birge, As'" al-o by the following iu thivicinity: Joseph BieUford Saline: and E. SA.MSON, Ypsilanti. STATE OF JVIC HIGAN In the maiirr County of Washtenaw, of ihe "stale of Henry Feathgly deceased. i fJUl E undersgned having been appointed by JL lion. Elias H. Skinner, Juduc ol Pio-bate for said c.nmty, commissioner to receive, examine and adjust ail claims and d mauds of al! persona against said deceased; hereby gie notice that they will meet for the discharge of said duties at the siore ol FJinunds fc Company,- in the aill ge of Ypsilanti in said connty on 'he second Mon day ot September and October next ensuing iha date hereof ai 10 o'elck A. M. on eac h of 'v( days; when and where all persons having claim or dcdiands against aai ! estate are requested to present then duly au i.enticated to said commi-j-ioners for examination and allowance; six motriha from the date hereof is allowed by ihe judge of Probate for creditors of said estate to presanl mere claims to said commissioners. ALFRD DAVIS ) Commia. NEWTON EDMUNDS (sioiiers. Fated May 17. 1fi47. 4w TATK M .VlIcHlOA.V, ( iJelore C 11. V Ceunly of Wasienaw. cleve a Justice of tho Peace in and lor said couniy. A Ifred A. Hunter, versus James MnllholUnd fO'l ICE is hereby given that a writ ot attach Lm ment has been isued by tho abevenainrrf jusiice in favjr of said Hunter against the goods ehattlas Scc. of said Mulholland. returnable on the 18th d ay of Decmber A. D. 146, and the de fendant not appearing the tiial of the rane was aHeijrned uutil the IfSth day of Mtrch 1S47 at 1 o'clock P. M. al the office of said justice in the lowaahip of Tpstlaotl in said l onnty. Dated Ypsilanii, Dec 5 h. 1316. HAVE OPENED AT THK OLO STNI ea Edmunds k, Co., a large and full assort-. ment of Hard-Ware.GrocerieXeattter STAPLE DRY GOODS AND LIQUORS, which they offer for READY PAY ONLY, at prices so reasonable that those who wish t buy cannot fail to be suited- Call and examine ou Stock uild prices, before pui ohaainsr eNe where, JULIUS MOVIUS IU.XS TNIELSE.X. To Clothiers and Other j. CtAMSON has on hand Dye wooda aalDy 55 stuff by the Batrel Just call nr.d iiu pr'c-s befere purcl eiing elsewhere. Dec. 1816.