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the Public, not less thau to the Publishers of this gem of periodical Literature, for neglecting, to no rice the commencement of a new volume, together with the New Novel, entitled "Passoges in the life of a Refugee of the Revolvtion ; or Cruises of an Old Sailor. As Messrs. Morris & Willis are, how, ever prepared to furnish back Noe. to the commence ment of the Volume, those who wish to subscribe, can, by forwarding their names in. mediately, be sup plied. Dombey & Son furnished, in Extra form, gratis, Price $2,00. Morris & Willis New York. IVI&rricd n tn0 ,own f Canton, by the Rev. Mr. Taylor. Mr. J, M. CHAFFEE, of Ypsi lanti to Miss JANE WATSON, of Canton. Died. 1 11 'his village, on Friday the 4th inst. Mrs MARY W. Fl 11MAN, wife of Chancey Furinan, aged 30, In Dexter, on Saturday, the 5th inst., JOHN C. ELLIS, aged 26. In this village, on Monday the 7th inst., BEN EDICT SATNRLEE, aged 33. At the Hotel of B. B. Davis, in the city of Detroit, on Friday evening Feb. 4, 184. Mr. JAMES M. HO AG, native of England, late ac ting master of the Steamboat Red Jacket, aged 28 vear. NEW MUSIC. PIECES Piano Music, just received at SAMSONS. 500 Godey's Lady's Book AND FAMILY MAGAZINE. The oWet Magazine in the United States, con tains monthly more than sixty pages of reading mat ter, bv the first writers ef the country.-twelve more than the New York Magazines- Two splendid steel engravings, an undeuiable authentic colored monthly Fashon plate, Model Cottages aud Church es, Crochet Work, andother matters for the Ladies all illustrated and well explained, &e. &c. Price for one year, which includes the Lady's Dollar Newspaper, making three publicat- tions in one month, $3 00 Two copies without the Lady's Dollar News- paper, 5 00 Fire copies with one to the person sending the ebb, 10 00 Eight copies, 15 00 Twelve copies, 20 00 A specimen of eithcrthe Lady's Book, or the La th's Doli ir Newspaper sent to any person paying postage oc the request. Address. L. A. GODEY, No. 113 Chestnut Street, Philadelpha- READ ! REMARK ! ! AND ACT ACCORD INGLY ! ! ! The Subscriber beimr entirely untramnrle I bv am soeiely or sect, feels confident in calling ihe Attention o' ALL. wliomiy wish to purchase in his line ot MnMi SADDLES AND HARNESS, ready made or made to order by experienced workmen Second haul harness bought and so LI The Subscriber flatter;; hsmsalf, by honesty and tair dealin". to uorit a share of puhJic pat range H. B. A: A MS N B. Shop at the store formerly m-cupied hy S V.) gnt, near the Depot. No. 9. Dor.t forget the number or the fine. Lectures on bargains given gratis. Ypsilanti January 26 ISiS. IRVING Has just received his win'er slock of BOOTS a id SHOES, and is offering a' pricas which can n t fail to give satisfaction I hose wishing to b.iy, wilt do well to call end see for themselves. BOOTS AND SHOES. A large assortment of the above indespensible artic hs just received, which lor durability . beau-, ty, and chcar.ii' ss cannot be equaled in Ypsilanti. ci suit at Dctroi: prices at IRViNG'S. THE LADIES Can find a sierieral assor inent of 2a iter boots French walking shoes, B.iskin ties and slips, ll c very la"-t sleat 7RV7NGS. SI. CHARLES' SALOON. THE PROPRET )RS of this estao'Ulimcnt have it n.w completed and take tile ear liest opporttinitv to imform their fiiem :iat if they desire any thing in the Rcfi cslimnit Line, thev arc prepared to receive them.and they flat ter themselves tliat the man must be dainty in deed who shall fail to find something to suit his appetite, and no pains shall he epnrfjd in ren dering it a pleasant place to while away a leis ure hour over a dish of Oysters. Sardines, or anv thing in that line, and last though not least A Good Cigar, OYSTERS Fresh from the shell will be served up at a moments warn ing to suit the taste and Rreathes there a man with soul so dead, That novei io himself hath said, will go and take some OYSTERS? Wo reckon not! we kaikilate not! we 'spec not! In connection with the abveis kept constant ly on hand Groceries, Fruits and Provisions of all kind?. WOODRUFF fc MARTIN. Ypsilanti, Jan. 4 9, 1848. REMEMBER THE JFormvr's Grocery. A SPLENDID and well selected stock of J DR Y GROCERIES -comprising every article in the Grocery line,from a bed cord down to a halter rope with the choicest assortment of -Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Pepper, Spice, RICE, GINGER, CODFISH, RAIS'Nf3, HAMS, Sec. TOBACCO, of all kinds fine cut, chewing and smoking by the pound, with the choicest article of Cigars ever offered in ibis p'ace. CEO COLLINS. N. B. Three doors west of Kings corner, south side of Congress rcet, and where the Post sffice formerly stood. G. C. w ANTED 3,000 Deer Skins, for which cash will be paid. GEO, COLLINS. TAKE NOTICE. AH persons indebted to the estate of John Y. Larzelere, deceased are requested to call and setl-le with tne undersigned without delay. JOHN W. VANCLEVE, Executor. Yosilanti, Jan. 19 1848. OLD PAPERS. NY quantity of old newspapers, suitable lor wrapping paper ior sate cneap at this office PLASTER' BLASTER!! BARRELS iperior Grand River Pas ter for salee eap for eash bv EDMUNDS, CO. 50 VILLAGE PROPERTY GOING ! ! THE SUBSCRIBER will sell at Auction, on Saturday the 29th instant, at one o'clock P. M., if not previously disposed of. his village property in Ypsilanti, described as follows. Lot No. 184 on which he resides, and Lot 185 both lying on Huron street, and adjoining the Episcopal Church. Also Lot No. 350 across the road south of the Seminary, terms one half down. For further par ticulars enquire of the subscriber JOEL FAIRCHILD. Ypsilanti Jan I), 1848. 3w State of Michigan, the Circuit Court tor ihe Conniv of Washtenaw. PETITION FOR A DVORCE Martin Doty 1 A Petition having been file.l in vs tiiis cause and it appearing to Ennice B Doty itheCoi rt by affidavit of compUi nam. that the defendant is a resident ol the state of Connecticut on meiion of Skinner am Josiiii. attorneys for petitioners, it is ordered hy the court the the defendant appear in this Court and an swer said Bill on or before the filih day of April next, aud thai the publicatien of a copy of this or der, if published, be mad irt the Ypsilanti Sen t: act, publis! ed in Ypsilanti in said Couuty o! Washtenaw. January 6th 1818. Skinner fc Josi.in, CASSUS SWFT, Attys tor petiiioncr Clerk. State of Michigan, at a session of the Circuit Court for the crvjnH of Washtenaw. In chancery held at the court house in A mi Arbor in said county on the 6th day of January a, D. 1848. Present Geo. Mlies, Circuit Judge. Ardin H. Ballard, and Robert Fleming Administra tors of the Estate of Robert F'eming deceased, Complainants. vermis Zenas Nash, Junior Edward Tony, Adeline Torn", David Page Defendants. It appearing to the satisfaction of this court that the defendant, Zenas Nash Junior resides out of this State, to wit, in the state of Texas. On motion : of Skinner and Joslin solicit. us for the complainants It is ordered that the said Zenas Nash junior cause i his appearance in this cause to be entered and notice ! thereof to be served on complainants solicitors with : in four months from thr date of this order, and in case of his appearance that he cause his answer le 1 the complainants bill be filed and a copy thereoi to be served on the eomplinants solicitor within forty j days afterserviee of a copy of said bill and in default ; thereof, said bill of cemplainant may be taken as I confessed against hini and it is further ordered that within twenty days the eomplinants cause this order i to be published in some public newspaper published ' in the county of Washtenaw, and that said publica. , tion be continued in said paper at least once in each week for six weeks in succession or that they cause a copy ofsaid order to be personally served on the said defendant at lest tweuty days before the time above prescribed for his appearance. CASSUS SWIFT Register. Skinner & Josi.in, Att'v Sol. NEW GOODS! J.VO.Nu W hich may be tound Drugs, Dye-woods, Faints, OILS, Eiooks, Stationary, CLOCKS AND WATCHES. JEWELRY. i ascv ;oos. GermanToys.riusical Instru nents HATS,CAPS.&c. all ot-which will be sold very cheap I'oj ?ah or produce E SAAfSON Ypsilanti, Nov 30 '47 Heavv stock o Paints Oils GImm Ralls Turpentine And V ARNISH. SAMSONS Going going ;it Cost, 1 lot of Hats aud Caps to close off the stock, Those in want ol the ubo ve, now is the time to buy at SAMSONS Young Hyson. Hyson Skin, Imperial and Black Teas SO AIR choice varieties jurt opened a' .S'AM. SONS and for sale cheap, also Rio. Lagtnra, and .lava Cffe , Potto Rico. New Orleans an. I Si Croix sugar, and in fact a complete assortment of Family Gr:rorii'S constantly on hand and for sale at exceedingly small profits. Marble! Garble!! THE SUBSCRIBER his co n-preed the business of M c r h,rir Marti'e in its various iivrcm t Hi ! e 001 inform the in lu'bilan ' o " Yo"Vn i v u ' i 0 ty, that he is prep;'Od to In :s!i GRAVE STORES. TOMB TABLES, MONUMENTS or any o' oe wo. k :o t;e lire of ice'vo-. that they m tie.-1' e of he tine; v. 1 v of Marble from tie east : and at p i. e to sn'i Lite times. Work warranted to girej s cd'oo. To see specimens of the work, e. ! t the store of S. M. Loveridge. Wrp. H. DflflCj. D. lioosK, Afretp. LOST! LOST!! On the 27th day of November last, at Ypsi lanti, a note made Leonard Deming to me for sixty five dollars, due Oct. 1st 1847, dated April 1st, 1847, and one other note made by said Deming to me of same date for 100 dollars due Oct. 1, 18-18. All persons are forbidden to purchase or collect said notes as thev belong to me. LEWIS YOUNLOVE. Ypsiianti, Dec. L 1818. WINDOW GIjASS. An assortment consisting of 7X9 10X12 8 X 10 10 X 14 9X12 11X15 9X13 12 X 16 14 X 20 for sale by the single pane or Box and at very low prices at SAMSONS. Hallo, old Fellow! Where now.? Why, from Samson's, to be sure; I have to go twice a week now neigh bors all send by me, sir: always get the worth of their money; Wha! get up, Dobbin! what ye 'bout there? LADIES. T. S. HILL, has a great assortment of BONNET-SATINS AND VELVETS, Ribbons and Flowers of the latest and most fash ionable etyles, evory variety of llrcss Good Shawls Cloakings, Fringes Gimps, nnd But; tovs, for Cloaks or Dresses. Please call and e. amine them Dec 1, 1847 w ANTED, 200 dozen Eggs, and 5000 lbs. Butter, 1JILL & PLATT. Just received at 0$ FRESH H TEAS. NEW GOODS. Have just been Received by J. IVL BROWN JL Co. AT the Stora lormerfy occupied by Norris and folleit at the Railroad Depot. The quantity is iarger, the qnalily belter, the style prettier and prices lowet than ever. Bonnets, Bonne s, of all kinds from the coarsest to the finest, also a great of Ginghams, Lawn-, Baragcs, Muslin De tains, Balzorines, and all oilier sons ol DRESS GOODS Parasols and haw I s Prints and Drillings, Pan aloon stuffs- Cotton Goods and Cotton Yum. A laiire and well selec ted assortment of CASSIMEA'S AND BROAD CLOTHS. Also, The largest and hest lot of GROCER 1 ES.Crock ery &e. ever brought into this town which will he sold cheaper ihan ever before olfered in Mich igan. If people from the country will only give us a call and look at our goods, it is all we ask. They recommend themselves. Butter, Eggs, and all kinds ol country produce taken at vcr) best mar ket rates in exchange f.r goods. Ypsilanti, June It!, 1847- TO W N B KN DS SAKS A PA R I LL A . Qrvfl BOTTLtiS of the Genuine Towns OvHJ end's Sarsaparilla just received at Samoon's who has been appointed by the Pro prietors Sole agent for Ypsilanti. July 1847. N. B. Beware of counterfeits and imitations. TAKE NO TIC HILL PLATT. HAVE Just RecciVep a tine Stock READY MADE CLOTHING, ii:y goods a croceicies, which we offer at the lowest cash price. You need not lake our word for this but call and see for yourselves. You will find u on Con2rcs street, directly pposite E. Samson's drug -S'tore. Ever ready and ever willing to reoeive those who see fit to give us a call. We say to ihe Farmers, that we intend o take all kinds of Country Produce for itfeitoh we will pay the highest price. F.L P. Ypsilanti, June I), 18i7. '75. CENTRAL RAILROAD EXP Jl ESS. S1HE SUBSCRIBER would repcctfullv in U. form 1 11 e ptibli-'. that on nnd after the M -ui-day next, (June 14.) they will run a DAILV EXTRKSS FROM DKTROIT TO h A LA MA ZOO, AND RETURN, They will take charge of, and deliver at the different Siations, any packages of Money, Spe cie or Jierehandise entrusted to their care, and h on ible cliii'gos. O-ders sent to us trom be country will be executed '('possible, the same evening tney are received, a. id returns made by next day's Express. Hverv exert inn on the part of themselves, ;md messengers, will tend to make this a safe and expeditious route. L will eon. neot at Detroit with their Eastern Expresses for Cleveland, Buffalo, A'bany, Ntw York, Boston, and all the intermediate ci'ies and towi.s, and at KalaasSM with their WtXem Express for Chi cago, MiL-vaukie, cj-o, ORDERS, addressed tm them or their Agents, will be forwarded FREE, but in m other case will lellfisor 11111 written communication be tan ken and' r amj rii cuinstaneet, PACKAGED. &c, wi'l be called for, and de livered ai Oetroit, wiihoai extra cSiarye. LIVINGSTON f- FARGO. Ypsi'anii June 12 1817. B. I OLLETT, agent. C AC TION!! THE PUBLIC ARE HEU'SCY REVUES TED nid the tn a Gr.?' Imk tt Mta "wt .rade at a B AiS Cr AI K, not T O F O R G E T thankful br ibe v. 'y liberal pafron;ge he has 1I1 us ; ret;fto Viid most tespaeil'ully solicits a co iiii'.iiic o- lie same with the assurance ihr Will be c.t iund .o show all tbo-e who w o - - I' .-e v-'ree o" charge) iiis extensive and we' e' c co "1 ock of DRY GOODS, P a in t a Oi 1 a n d D v c-s t a ffs, BOOKS $ SI A TIOJSARY. nl o Woieh wi'l be so'u at reasonable i?tes and on nc-'oni iHic i ' I-, crm. N B. AC SitWs COUN TY PRODUCE ta ken 'ii exebanje i'or goods. 'S. M. L. Ypsthiiui, .hi.ie 9, I g 17. 17"). WAREHOUSE OF PRINTS ONLY. 3io. 56 Cedar street, Y. LEE, JUSSOT AND LEE, LA"' LEE & JCDSO.N' O cev i lie spacious 've Siory Warehouse, No- 56 ('i'ij1 Street. tie wbolaaf which is de vo e 'o .;c e.;h:tation atui &ale ol ihe single Ar ' icle o Printed G'allicoes, Their present t:ock co3isis of nearly ONE THOUSAND PIECES Embr.'C'iig some ihoiisands of different patterns. and colorings, and comprising every thing desir: abe in ve tne, Foreign and Domestic, Ail 0.' , hicli e offered to sae, for cash, or saiislas O'v c ui , at the Zowesi prices, by tile PIECfc OR PACKAGE, New s'yes are received a'most every da, and many them are got up for our own Sales, and not lo be found efsewhere. UZTPrinted ists of Prices, corrected from day today, with every variation in the market, are placed in the hands of buyers. ilierciianis may torm some idea ot the extent end variey of our assortment, tthca we state that the wor.ii ol orr usual stock ol ibis one article is at east twice the value of the entire steck of dry goods kept by our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact, together with the fact, that our means and atienticn, instead of being divided ameng a vast variety af articles, are wholly devo!ep to one renders the advantage we can offer to dealers ob vious ; and it shall 6c our care that none who vi. sit our establishment shrll meet with any disap poimmeiit. Our assortment is eomolete at all seasons of the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE. 4 JEAtTJLJEMJEX--You can find at my lti store a first rate assortment of French and English Broad Cloths aud Cassimeres, every vai riety of fancv plaid striped do vestings. Bosoms and Collars &c Sec all new and cheper than the cheapest, T. S. HILL. Hurrah! Hurrah!! New Goods, AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE. THE SUBSCRIPER having just received directly from New York, a splendid stock of WINTER GOODS. Would hereby call the particular attention of his old customers and the public generally to it. His stock comprises almost every article that can be named in the line of STAPLE AND FANCY Dry- Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Shvcs Caps, 4&c. Ac. was purchased hy himself with great care, after the decline in prices and cannot fail to give sat isfaction either in style, quality or price. "Come one come all," and you shall have Goods cheaper than ever. T. S. HILL. Ypsilanti, December, 1, 1847. IRVING HAS Just RacpnrtD ihe fashionable BOOTS nnd MJOE."v for the Spring and Summer among which may be found LADIES FRENCH GAITERS, POLKA'S, WALKING SHOES AND SLIPPERS Aliases Gaiters, Polkas'. Busk ins and GENTLEMEN'S GAITERS, to lace up on the s-de. All of whjch he will show gratis, and sell to 1 1 se wishing to buy very cheap At the sign of t big boot south side of Con gress s-reef YPSILANTI. To Inhabitants of Washtenaw WHO ARE BUILDING! THE SUBSCRIBERS at Ypsilanti give no tice that 1 hey are prepared to furnish to order window SASH AND BLINDS made of Pine Lumber and the sash filled with the best Eastern Glass at prices lower than any now offered in the State, of the same quality. "Estimates furnUhed by letter if required." Sash can be had without glass if wanted, but the sub scribers have the facilities to furnish them ready sett, so as to 111 ike it an object to those wishing a good article Window blinds made, painted and hum:, at reduced prices. Oval and GotLic sash for Church'-s, 3I10W cases, and show windows. Also fan-y aaah made to order- The subscribers have a practical knowledge of the above business lor 18 years, and will convince all those whe fa vor them with a call, of their workmanship a net low prices. Simp on North Huron Street, one door south o( G. Davis' Cabinet shop. Ypsilanti M'ch 10 ,47. E. P. & C. B- EARL. MEW BOCT Sc SHOE STORE C. IRVING. HAS opened a Root and Shoe Stoke one dooc .est of the Po.i Office, where he keeps for eaic all kinds of Bi OTS and SHOES which he "Hers fd L'a'-h ut least twenty per cent cheaper th in can e bungfcl in his village Theiae Wfthing to buy will do well to give him a call beiore piirchaseing elsewhere. IFork made to order o 1 the shortest notice and WARRANTED. lense call and see at the sign of the big boot, south siJe of congress street. Ypsilan.i April L Ib47. lC8if Farm For Sale. 'a'rlE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale the farw 3 on wlm h hf iiow lives, three miles south oi Saline village in 1 tie township of York, Wash tenaw eoumv Mull, com aeaMg liO acres of good opening iand. IM acres cleared. On the premi ses are two log hotisep, two framed barnes. a good young orchard ot grafted fruit, just com mencina 10 bear, and fifrj four acres ol wheat on the around IO be purchased with the farm or separate at lbs option of ihe purchaser. Terms, a part dowi.. a id a liberal credit with approved security on 'he remainder. Possession :ivrp immediately. I'ZZIEL KANOUSE. " York Ma IS, 1J47. For iut'bcr partieulars apply to J. M. Edmunds Ypsilanti. or the subscriber on the premises. IHSNTIVrRl. ALL OPERATl 3NS performed in the varieu branches of Denial Surgery vit: Extracting Cleansing, and Filling decayed ettt, with Gold Tin, and Silver Foil ; Teeth set on GolnPlate or Pivot, according to ihe latest imdveme is, and Warranted, by R. V. A.S'HLEY. State of .Michigan, t Beiore C H. Van Ccunty of Wastenaw. cleve a Jus.ice of tho Peace in and for said county. A Ifred A. Hunter, versus James M 0 ' io"and IfW'O'l ICE is hereby given that a wrl. ol a -ach-L mettt has been issued by the nbovenamcd justice in fuvir f be id Hunter against the goods chattlas &.c. ofsaid Molhoilaiid. returnable 00 the 18th day of Decmbcr A. D. 1S46, and the de fendant not ..ppearing ihe tiial of the cause was adjourned mini the Isth day of March 1847 at I o'clock P. M. at the office of Said justice in 1 lie township of Ypsilanti in said County. Dated Tpsilanti, Dec.5ih, I846i Empire Mills. THE UNDERSIGNED hrve completed their new Stf.au Mill a it 'e low pre pared -o grioi! ei-b r waeal o. coarse grain in the be?i mfoee ; it on ho shiniest 1101 ice. F.'r.ueis Wsto3 o gei .heir wheat floured wi'l iinei 'iier -ii erest 'o patronize to pat io's U'fl as v.o will be done on the most ie."-o v i!e e1 rn i- a st rtKioa OCALITT of flour wi oe ir.'i'C. Tie e will be no deiay in doing c us 011 wo !. Pi VtOi P'ld meal of ihe best qual iry wU be .e 1 cflain 'y 0.1 hand to exchange for V bea , Co 1 "yeo C. ley. The highest ir'ce w'ti. . U .imesbe paid for every kind of g .' , . ve ai Bedding and Hoop timber and com wooo, EDMUNDS CO. YpsUanti, Jan. '26, 1S47 HO: FOR A HAPPY HAPPY NEW YEAR'S ! WHAT a nice lot of things for good little boys and girls at SAMSONS. MUFFS! MUFFS!! From 1 to 15 at T. S. HILL'S. Dec. 1, 1847. Wood! Wood!! THE highest Market price paid for Wood at this office. 50 THOUSAND LBS. woo wanted by G. W. GilIkkt, k co. 5TBOTTLES QUININE, 50 do. Chola -Jgogue, 15 boxes Drugs, 1 do. Ext. Log wood, Received this day at Samson's. Nov. 13th, 1846. CASH for Butter, Eggs, Corn and Oats at King fc, Son's Grocery fc Provision Store. LIST of Letters remaining in the Post-Office at Ypsilanti, January, 1st, 1848. A Albright, Henry Abbv, Harrv M B Butts, Smith H Blumberg, Michael 2 Ballard, H D Bascom, Elias Brooks, John W Benson, Alonzo Ballard, Celinda Mis6 BeeraftGeo Bower, Wm Brown, M J B Miss Burgess, A Bremer, Chas Brokaw, Almyra Mrs Berry, Abraham, or Ethan H Rice C, Castle, Smith Clarke, Robert Cornell, Fred P Corbin, Clarke 2 Champion, Sarah Mrs Corby, Warren Clark, John C Case, Eliza Miss 2 Cox, Mary Miss 2 Callen, E M Coon, David Clark, Hiram Clark, Gustavus Crandell, Joseph T Colby, Isa Crandell, Malisa Miss D Dey, Geo P Dickenson, G Davis, Alex. Druse, Henry Dresser, Solen Davie, L Davis, Elizabeth Mrs. Day, E D Ervin, Valentine Eaton, Jeduthen Frazee,Bradford Rev 5 Farley, A L Miss Flower, Isaac M Fuller, Wm Freeman, L Foot, Marian Miss G Griffin, Joseph S Gorton, Daniel Goldmen, John (i . . Watson Getty, T Gorton, Hannah Gauntlet, Mr H Haras, Abmcr Hagans, J S Hill, White &Co Messrs Holmer, David Hatch j Mr. Holden, S R Harmon, Caleb C Horner, J B Haston, Robert I Johnson, James Johnsoej Cajson Kaftnan, Mr. Knowles, Wm. Lee, Andrew R Little, Daniel Landon, John M Ladd, Hannah Miss Lowell, Clarrissa Mrs. M Manley,Rev W E Martin, Henry Merritt, Giles 2 Miller, Etheny Morrison, Peter McCormick, Miss McCartney,Susan Miss Moore, David McKinstry, E Mrs McCartny, S J Miss Milspaw,Catharine Miss N Nickols,Fanny Miss i North, Sally O Osbiirn. Ieaac P Pigeon, P Monsieur Pierson, Ezekiel Pare, PD Pearl, John Potter, D P Pearson, Thos. R Reese, Fredrick Robiii6on, H Miss Robinson, Henry S Sutherland, Wm. Spawn, Jacob 2 Soop, F K Stevens, J M Stiles, Samuel Sager, John Sweeting Henry Smith, Hiram B 2 Sines, Isaac Stark, Cary Smiler, Clarisa Swaney,Saniuel I SchlemHier, Carl T Troop, Luther Thomson, Hiram Tompkins, Wm C Tuttlo Ebenezer B Tatvelll, Job Tentvck II B V Vought, Thilip Vining, B B Williams, Thos. Worden, John G Waldon, N W Miss 2 Whitcomb, Lake V Winton, David Warner, A G Woodruff, Henrv P F. K. REXFORD, Ypsilanti, Jan. 1, 1848, P. M. T O SPORTSMEN, 'The Hunters Companion," 1 keg choice Rifle Powder, 100 cwt. bar lead, and plenty of Percussion caps and Percussion Pi's at SAMSONS. Oct. 14, 1846. 141 The Old jrainter HAS come back (just as we expected) and his 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 111 what is to be done in his line of business. P. HASCALL. Congrers Street, Ypsilanti, Apr 28, 1817 SHERIFF SALE, tale of Michigan, County of VashtenaX, ss. Notice is hereby given that by virture of an execution issued out of ihe countxi court in and I for the county of Washtenaw to me directed and delivered, I have Icveid upon all the right, title and interest of Leonard F. Osgood, in thr f al lotting described piece or parcel of land situated in the township of Ypsilanti, and County of W ashtenaw to wit : commencing at S. E. ccr m,er of village lot 93 in Hunter addition to Yp silanti in the State of Michigan, thence Not tt 3 (J 9-10 degrees d ten chd ins, thence East jive chains thence S. 3 9-10 degrees E. ten chains thence West on the North line of the Chicago Road five chains containing 5 acres, which I shall expose for sale at public auction or ven due at the highest bidder at the court house in village of Ann Arbir in said county of Washte naw, on Friday the 3d day oj March next, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon of said day. E. H. SPALDING, Sheriff, J. M. CHEDIS TER, Deputy Sheriff. Dated Ypsilanti, Jan. 26, 1848. 100 DOZ. ASSORTED WRITING INK, just received and sale at whole- iprsale s by SAMSON Heal Hi llcalih. THOMSONS Compound JSyrup of Tar and Wood Naphtha. The only Certain Rmedv for the rnro mf CONSUMPTION Asthma; Bronchitis, Spitting blood, Pti.i in ihe side and breast, sore throat, oare.i . I pi'atioii of the heart. Whoop ii.g.cou ; 1. preu, Hives, Nervous tre.nours. Z-ivjr Bmn;I'-. Dieased Kidneys, and Affl-ciiona g ocrnir if the throai, breast, and lungs. Of all ihe diseases incident to our cInm nu is so universal and at the same ti ne so 1 1-1 ii"'i and fatal as Consumption, hi till connfr rs . cially, pulmonary Consumption is empbatfallr 1 scruprgc, and in its resisi ! career sw. r ihe land as a destroying Angol, l iyin;- .w w "1 relentless hand, ihe strongest and fair' raj r race. Hvher'e a'l effort to arrest this dreed - -sense have pioved vain, and all thai set-mi if 1 1 in our power, was at best the alle iatiju a. .u.ur ing, rendering smoother the certain pns-"'.' to rh tomb. The proprietor, in offering thi. f p .1 . tion to ihe pub! ic, wo"ld embrace the o, p 'rium ty to state upon whet grounds it puis 1 ,'?i it merits, and the reasons upon which ii funJs 1 superior claims 10 tho atention of the ffli-: -d-that all who lequire its use may reposa ml i-.n. fidencj in its curative powers. Since 1 ri'--preparation he has had the pleasure of wi nesi:ij i appy results in numerous instant s on !. was determined not to offer it to the pu die until he had beeomc thoroughlo convinced us B cacy. Having such conviction, be now oMeieVa -ly offers it as a remedy without a parallel fr the cure et PULMONARY CONSUMPTlOA end Wej kindred diseases. Let the followins speak for itself. "have used ' Thomson's Cuirot;n Sraer e Txr &, Wood Naphtha,' for some time in my .rum tice, and have fuund it the most efficient 1 uietir have ever used in Consumptive cases, Chreeie Catarrh, etc. when great irritability, wiiej eak ness of the pulmonary crgans, existed- be r ip idily with which it acts is greatly in irs fuvor .a cases whero dyspnoea or oppression eiis's which is immediately relieved by h. " In pulmonary consumption it can be us d with confidence, being applicable to every iwrih f be disease, and 1 consider it a medicine w . ;; wn.y the atten;ion of Physicians, and exempt iria t imputation of empiiicism." M. CHAMBERS', VI U Philadelphia, Oct. 1 1 th, 1846, tZTThe above medicine prepared enly oj Am tn &. DicKBoN at the N. E. corner e Fu l ea4 Spruce streets, Pniladelphia. Sold by Wm R. Martin, TpsiUnti Hitki 'gun, who also keeps constantly . rri in general, and well selected assortment of Drmg Medicines, Dye Stuffs, tyc. dpc.; and by -pectable Druggesis generelly. Price 50 cenis, or $1 per bot'le. B wr-e ( imitations. Jan 12.9 v.wm MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULT having been made in the pay ment of a sum of money, secured Is ' e pant by a certain Indenture of Mortgage bail ing date the 2Hth day of January 1841, Otis Richmond, of Washtenaw Connty, in ihs State of Michigan, to Agur Clarke C n of 1 psilanti in said County, which was reeordai on the 4th day of February A. D. Itwj at i o'clock P. My in Liber 9, page 441 oj rt gages, on ichich said Mortgage, there 1 mm' claimed to be due, at the date of this notice, the sum of five hundred and fifty-six if 46-iuO dm lars, and no proceedings having been instituted in Law or Equity to recovea thesamt. Yotiee is therefore hereby given that pursuant to a pwm er of sale contained in said Mortgage, the pre mises therein described, viz : The South on half of the East one half of the SinUh-ot quaater of section number three, in township number four Soutli, and range nMmlrr fomr F.ntt- nmt nlmn th AVw-i hnlf nl" ,),. W. .1 ' "'"J "J " ' half of the South-east one fourth of the smjd section lying in the Township of Brulgewater, in said County. Also a certain piece or par cel of land lying lying about half a mile sou.k of the village of Ypsilanti and being village lot numbe.i seven, with a house on said lot at Clark ville, so called, and fur a more particular eb script ion reference can he had to the record of said village in Books of the County Records, said lot contains 4 rods by 8 more or e. trill be sold at public auction to the highest bidder t the Court-House in village of Ann Arltor tn said County On the seventeenth day of April next at one o'clock in the afternoon. Dated Jan. 4th 1848. C. W. LANE AGUR CLARKE. Attu. for Mortgagee. Mo, 194 vim Attention 1H A LARGE Stock of SCHOOL BOOKS lately opened at SAMSONS isn M' cellaneous Books including Theologim', Mef cal, Historical, Classical, Afusical, and Roma The atiention of the public is respectfully soiiri-. ed to the above, particularly those wanti Libit ry Books as a great many new and vain ib e tn.: ditions may be made and all book sold an low possible, SCHOOL DISTRICTS. fT ACH District shou'd have one seti of O't eje .A Outline Mats at one third ihe Mm ol Mil. : e' Is, andean be found at SAMSONS. On Hand FOR New Years or any wer Occai Swiss Muslins, Bishop Lawns, Bar'd .Muslins Striped dt. Linen Cambrics, Liiien Cambria H'drk'f 's., Thread Ivices, Silk do, lAnrn wrought do. Muslin Edgings art! Inserting , White Paris Kid Gloves, do. Silk do, Safin R setts for the head, Lease dodo, Tirsr! Fina ls, a first rate assortment of Hosiery. enrll kid Buskins and a great Variety off otht r i-oorte too tedious to enumerate. All new and rb'n4 T. S. HILL, Dec. 27, 1847. ( Valuable property for Sale - ' B" HE Subscriber offers for sale on veiy 'iber B terms, a large number of lots of land si ht ted in Hillsdale, Eaton, Monroe and Ionia en h ties tn this state and in William's coon"',- Oh'. They can he bougbt-with satisfactory ssecu.i v on a very liberal credit, and presence very su rior advantages tor settler-. For a more particular description of location, quality of soil. &.c. Plese apply to Thomas 7ofu or George G Pope at their residence in YLt uear the village of Saline. , Ypsilanti. pril 19. H47. Hift Santa Clans, (Or some other good fellow) left t mv tt on Christmas eve, new lot of MUFFts' tibvii I will sell astonishingly cheap. T. S. HIL Dec. 25. 1.V0L- OF GIFT BC VvSFCiiTIlri 1-vfVf Holidays ronv tl tem rirb beautiful and full of pictures. Where' J,i Whv at SAMPHOK'f;. - ' 9 -.01 r C,TV Of YPSHT'