'blÃ¼ECHEK Sc AHBIIT, DRT GOODS noliniouiitniii '" 5,000,000 Dollars fl(jte_but Mure ilieir olti cuewwsra. ;""1 lll";( 2,'eLing to buy, that ihoy havo u wdl selocied â Bortmout for ilio 1 WHOLESALE& RETAÃ¯L'i KADK, rover their Kctail Siora nnd BÃBometÃ³. ] rhirtl I ,hey will scll on ns Ã¯avornl.lo leun M ai.y estab liilimciit WMiofNcw Vork. WANTKD-Pot ...1 PearJ A !ââ , fr w.ud. , th highi c-.3li advnncea will Q }i4Ã9' â eirmtsnnd oihcr will pienso .drop ui. jan. J84G. -H -:'-,â "lllcdical io(ice. THE undnigaed, in rffJrhÃ¯$ hia iervjpest!o Waaluonnw and ilio adjoiuing Cj-UJUj , Homceopaihic phyaieivn, wbÃ¼ld -wy, Chn nlfw haviog praciicud medicine on the torini laueht in the old echoot, nd trteiod. dbÃ©nfee foi tho last iwo yonrt nccording lq tha la -t ItftS aSopaihy,- rBWW si% r.uonnnj tnuulit in tl.o new chool pj incl.c.no ; nnd hay incompared theiuccÃ¨ssof iho iwp svsicms, ie unbesitatingly belicves Ilomocppallij ju l.c ihc most safe, ccrt.-iin and succijsiut HtClhod oJ cure. Diseasos, nithÃ¨rtÃ³ incurnbid, irre nÃ¶w in mÃ³si cjhc, perinaiiently erÃªclieated by Huniceopauiyw Artccitoua of tliospine, lie:nl. uu rus. etomncli, te C havo no.v ilnir cortiiin icmcili.'s. Epilop'sy. niatii:i, pnralpsi, nlouralgÃa, bronchitis, livor and tung diseaacs; Bcailci levor, chlcia. black rneaslc-8, mallgnnnt sore tliro.it. oryaipclns or black longue, croup, inllannuations ol the brain, omacb, bowolc &c. &C, nrc only a few of tho inany ills, tliat liave been atnpt of tlicir terror by tho timuly applicatidn of homceopathie medicamonts. . Withont furthcr cssny, tlio undcrsigncd woulil loavcit to thft nlllicicdlo say, on trinl of the rcniodies, whether Honuuopatliy is whalit claims to bc or 110 1. , . , Ho WÃ¼uld nlso state 'lint he has juet rciurneil (rom New York and Philodolphia, witb a coinptete BHpruncntof.MÃpiCAMENTS, jnal m ported from tÃ³pic, lo thik place, whert he will oiiend to all calb, and furnisli medic.nn.j.iH. books, &c ut the lotfÃ¨at priecs. From (bc close nnd exclusive attentipn h is givipg w the study nnd praciice of Iloma:opathy to bÃ¼ oble to give eatisfaction to thosc who niay favor him witli thcir patronage. Coinmunications, poet pjid, from patienta at a diatanco, will reccivo prompt nttention. , , , Tliose who may wibH to place thcmclvcs untlcr hia tre.umcnt for any cbronic diacnae, can obtnin lbdgingaeUtieratbiB house, or m othcr placea, ÃTACKW0O0, M. D. Homoeopnibist. Ynflilanti. 20ib 1845 2VJ-1yWardwcll & Dixoaa, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALIH11DWARE An'd CÃTLERY. O-No 4, Codar strcct. '2 door abovo Peail st. New York. J. M. WaUDWKLI. COÃBTLAHD P. DlXO. W & D nro reeeÃ¯ving n full and general nsrorimcnt of Eaglreb nnd American HaYdWÃ¶rtÃ¯, ons smg in pari of Tablc nnd Pocket Cu.lery, . Butchors' Rn.ors, Files, Ch.seU, PlaÃ±e Irons nnd Saws, American Buui and Scrcws, Ames Shovels and Spades. Wm. Rowland s M.ll â CutSaws, Harria', Bloods1 . Donnis and Tavlor'e Scythes- wliich are oflTcred on the most i favorable lormB for cash or tÃ¡x montli wedt New York. Ecb. 1846. 2;?-6m J WOOLEN MACtlINERY, j H&R.PAIlTllIDGEhaye on hanJ at iheir . shop, a largc amoum q( Woplen cry, which is now ready for sale, cotisisting ol j DoublÃ© Cnrding Mnchines, Picking Machines, , Brond and Narrow Power Looms, Napping nnd Teazling Machines: all of which will bc eold at urice and on terms tocorresiond with the times. Thcy are also preparcd to make to contract Condensors and Jack, or any othcr Mnchinory that may be wantod for manufacturing or cuatoin work; and all Machines mnde by them will be warrniHcd ood, and for durability and deapatch of business arenot cxcelled, it eiuallcd. by nny of the Eastern or Ohio Machines. And as much has been and is said by Machine mak era in ncighboring States, of the suporiority of ihoir Machinery over nll others, we now o fier M K HUNDREÃ¼ DOLLARS il they will produce a Machinr of their ojck make. that wi:h '.he same, amount of power, vill do more and better work, in a given time, than Machines made by them. Tliuse wislung to purchnscareinviledlo cali and examino thelr Mnchinea, nnd Jearn their prices and torma belorc purchasing eleewhcio. Ann Arb..r, Jnnuary 12, 1816. 247 -3mFARM FOR SALE, OÃ¯l EXCHANGE fok otiif.k PROPERTY THE aubscribor offers liis form of GO Acres with 12 Acres improved, and a frame house sixteon by uvon'y-six, with an addition of eigh feot on onc side. Ã¶nid farm ia 6itup.ied in th town of Concord, Juckson Co., thrce miles nÃ³n of Concord villngo, five cast of Albion, twelv west of Jackson. Therc ia a iievcr-iailmstreai of water running ncross it, nnd about 15 Acroso firat quality of naturnl mendow. For futim particulars e nq ui re of Bcnj. Haviland. or J. N Swnin of Concord. or the subscribcr at th Thrashlng Machine Shop, Lowcr Town, Ann Arbor. Tcrms tosuil the purchascr. Anr.ArI.or. T. A. IJAVILAND. JanuorylO, 184C. 247- tf "Stcjuii Fouiulry" TME undorsi;nel hqvirig bought the cntiri interest of II. fc R. Partridgc and Gco. f. Kent in the "Stcnm Fonndry," Ann -Arbor, will manufacture all kinds of Cn8tinfe to order, nnd willbe happy to furnish any kind qfCQtings to the old customera ol Harris, Pnrtridi.'e Ai Co.. H. & R. Partridfio, iVr. Co., and Partridge. Kcn & Co., and to all others who niay favor theni WlhaCalL H.R.IIARRIS. E. T. WILLIAMS. Ann Arbor, Dec. 20, 1846. 2-H.tf COVÃVT1T ORDERS. THE higlvestpriccpaid in cashby (r. F. Lew is, Exchangc Broker, opposite the Insiirnnce B.ink, Detroit, for orders on any of the counti8 in the State of Michigan; also for Stntc focuritics of all kiudsand uncurrentiunds Cdk Dec 1. 1S45. 241-tf. CLOVER MACHINES. TEIRASHING MACHINES and Scperatore made and sold by ihesubscribers.at lljoir Ma chine Shop, nuar th Paper Mili. Lowcr Toxyn, Ann Arbor, KNAl'P & IIAVILAND, Jan. 19, 1346. 247 tf To Sportsmcn. A GENERA Lassortment of Cnstecl andlron Barrel Rifles, doublÃ© and single barrel Shot Gun, PistÃ³le, Gun Locks. Game Bags, Shot Poliches. ?WÃ¡y$$'gT$yfE8 2-18-ly 7C, Woodward Avenue, Detroit.ANNUALS. - A large and voluable nssortment of Annunls for 184G. togcther with inany splendidly bound books, suiiable for pre.ents,,orsa!eiaiiRÃ¯sBooKsTOiiF Dec. 23. 241-if Flax Sceil ! THE subscribcr wishes to buv a qunntity of Flax Sled, forwliich he wil! pay thr. f 1 1 u h est market pricc, n Gooks or Cash, dclivcrccl at his Mili nt Mount Plcnsant, Gcncs?ce Coiiniy. Michi&an. five miles north ol Frntonvillr. fc D. L. La TOURETTE. Dec 15. ÃS45. 2-13- rm jLivÃ«Oeese Feathcrs. 2f(() LBR. puro Live Gecsc Fonthers lor Jy gnle by (lio balear singla fioum!. ni LI Ã JeiÃ¯erwn Avenue. I(roit. by BZECffER ABROT. i 3Ã J846. 24-S-nEATHER! LEATI1ER! LJEATHER! TLDRFD & CO Nu. 123. Jcilerson Avenue, Eklred's Block," Detroit, takc _lli tl.is o"ppurtuity' lo inlorm'ihoir cuslumcrs, nnd the pubÃ¼c gonerally, tliat they still continua to keep on hand a f uil assorlmcnt of - o i iâ i r.,ilw.r AleÃ¶', i,nn!s nnd f'ecs. Curriers' TuÃ¼l?, Ac. pnf-ri b.-lo LcJ(lcr, j flÃ¯Ã¯ock uu.ncd Uppor Lenthcr, Ofen il)S FkÃ¼icIi inimcd Culf Skins, Seal du Oak ..ml Hcmloek t.u.ncd do . Gout Binding, Menlek nnned Harness and Bndlc Lea,her. Ufn;:tnS;,Kl0.lio:SllooTnII, Kg S 'ÃVShwSst now manuracluring their own LeaTher, they are preparcd frt olÃ (, Inw asean be purclmscd in this rnarket. Mercnnms and nutnuLturers will flnd it to their advantagc to cdl and cxam.no our stock befare purcliasmg elsewhere. QjCash and Lcather exchangcd for Ilidcs and bkins. FjLDRED & Co. 248-1 y Detroit. Jan. 181G. --Thirty Thousand Persons ANNUALLY rali victims to ConsumpiUn in ( the United States. Tho cause oi hft.wj , s generally overlookcd. A short dry cough, or ( ieilected cold, is the precursor. IW Ãºw ( loemed unimportnnt. Pain IhiillO . &,1 icclic ever. and niaht sweats lollow, and dcal.i ends ihc scÃ¨ne. Would you finda i KIMKÃÃ lOlt THE -Vlt. ! I lere it is. The experionce of more ihan 20 ycars , sincc lts iiuroduction to public notice, alihougli it hia now been oflered bul a few monitÃ³, ifÃ¨ , e has beca unpreccdentcd, and il success bcoud question, great- so much so, that u is Uelared to bc the greutcst remedy in Ã¼io worlÃ¼. AST1LMA, oo, ihat fearful and disVressing malady, wliich enders life burthensomc during its conununncc, Bsudducd without ditriculty by this great renicdy and the aufferer is cnal.led by ha use ta oBtoin nuiot repose-, the shortness of brcaih -is overcome, tho couh is allayed, and hcalth and viÃ³r take the place of despondency and Buffenpg: Uv. FÃ¼lKCr'8 OLOSAONIAN, or, Ar.r. IIf.at .g Bat.sam, 'is the remcdy which has been so emineiuly successful in allcviatmg and curiiiÃÃ the above coniplnintP ; nnd u bas boon used bv the iirst physicians in ihe city, wlio Ã¼p. clare ii to bc unrivallcd, innsmueh as u does not distuib the bowels in the least by -.Ã¯roducing costiveuess, while nll olhcr remedies iccon.m-iulcd for the abovc discases invariably shut up the bowels, thus rendering il neecssary to resort to puraativc medicine.llead the followina casee. wiucn unvcuuuii ilievcrl and cuicd wilhin H tuw weeks : DAVID HKNDERSON, Cl) Laight Btrect .ook n sevteB culd on the 4ih duy ol July, and was broughl very low by a duuomng cough, which resultcd in frequent aÃtacka of Bloeding froiii the lungs. Altliough her iried ovcry thii il tlic shnpe of remedies whici eould be fonnd. vet he 4 nat BenefiitÃ©a, nd by the nionm ot Ãciobar was so .nuch reducea ty nlgW welli ihnt hc despaired of lilb. One bottlc of Ã¯olgcr s OlosaonittÃ± Vestored htmtohcalUu GEOJIGKW. BÃ¼RNKTT.oÃ Ncwnrk, N. J . has sullered undor.tfie cffeotÃ© qÃ a eevc-re cold lor iiLre ibaavenr. He was redneed to t hc brii.l; of tlo grave almost, by hiscouch and nigbt swciita. He cnnmencod roisihg Ulooa in the mon.h of Octobelr InÃ¨t. He raiiiiiifertfed usmg the Olosaoninn, and by il e muidle ot ISov, mber ho was so (ar reilored thai he efl foÃ¯ PittÃ³burgh wiih every proÃ¡pcci ol recover.nfr ,,8 healthi Mis BELL, the wife ol Robert P. Heil, oi MbrrÃsiown, N. J,, was dreadlully allhcied wu!. AÃ¨thma fot mony ycarti Her physiciaiis hml lespaired or relieving her. One bÃ³titÃ³ ( hc Ã¼losaoninn so fnr resiored hor that she was ablc to gei out of her bed and drusa hereelt, which she had not dono beforo in monihs, and she s now in a lair wny 10 bc reheved. Mr F LABAX. 52 fikc strect, was so bud with aathma that he liad not elep in bis Led lor ter. weeks, when he comnunccd the uso pfjhll great reniedy. One bottle curcd him, and he has not had Ã¡ return oÃ hts COiplpUVt "ow more [han live m.inths. , Mrs McGANN, 20 Walker sTcct. was olso curcd of severo nsilnna by the Ã¼losaonian, and stares that she nev.er knew medicine givo sucli niinediiitc and permanent relief. GÃORG'E W, IIAYS, of thts uity, wasgiven tip by hi uhysiciah as incurabtc; IIis diÃ©enso was consuMiuon and when he cÃ³ifnncnced uÃ©in the Olo3bonlan: was s wenk ihat hc could not walk without being assistcd by a fnpnd. liy strict alleniion hc was so far restoren '" a few wceka a.s to bc al.le to pursuc m business. JAMfcS A. Cltn.MUIE, VZO Nassau streel ;J. J. Piirsclls. II Jent!) strem ; V,. â Ãh-iiwjh, 'l Ã) Blccoker streel ; James Dnvis, 58 (reene SIrcot: nnd Mrs. Mallen, '.) Morton sirect ; have all cxpcrientvrl the good effect? ofilie Otosdonian in coughfvÃ³C long siiindinji nul nffjciions of t ie iÃºÃ³sfs, and prono unco it, wuh onc accord. to bc the rentest rtnir-dy. nnd the most speedy and cfll-cuinl, tlmt they hiiVe ever.knpwn. Ronder, nro ynu puffering from tlie nbove disenso ! Try tliis remeriy. YÃ³u will not, perhnps, regrei it. It nrny nrrrst nll those.disagrceÃ¼bloM'mptoins whieli strike such terror to the ii)nil,"aml prnloiiL' yotir days. Forsnloai 100 Nnsson si. one door nbovo Ann, nnd at Mrs IJivs. 139 FliltÃ¶n st.. Ikooldyn. Agent fof Am. Arhnr. W. S. & .. W. Moynord; E. Pnn.r-enn, Y.silnnti: D. C. VVhitwood. Dextor; Pickford iSi ('nxr'. Snline: Smiih & Ryrol. Clinton; H. Ãowcr VTnnchester; P. Fnrlck &Co., l'lyinoniii: D. Gregory and A. Grnnr, Vorthville. 2.14-Gmo_ ESTRAY. C?.TI-: into the enduaure of the snbscriber on or .-.I-om ihe 2Ãth of jXovrmher lat, n large BRFN'DLk COW, with wliiic bnok nnd belly, su'ppceefl to !o mrite or ten yenrs old. Snid cow hall on i Inree belt. The owner is rrqnested to pfoVe propchy. ny rrinÃgennd tttkÃ± her nway or pfie will b o'l nc,coT(n M liiw. Webster, Mich. G. B. SEYMOUR. r 23 _ 250- 8wPersian Pilis. 'Put nol Ihc Light xtndera Bushcl," but rcad and jimider. T: ! K TIME IS COME, trid now is, thnt thÃ© grcnt masa bf th peorlo o' ÃÃºt and the jld world, hnvc decided thal ihe PER8IAN AND IND14N EXTRACTS. are the must eflkciual combination of medicinal mgredicnts that ever hos, or ever can compost: a '"The UESURRECTION or PERSIAN P1I.-LS', beihg niacJo ol vegetable extraets, are easily digestivo, beconnng a juico in ihc human stomnch. Tliis liquid a easily itikcn up by Uie iiliÃotliont vessels, and conveyed througliout all parta oÃ the syaterr, dÃepansiog lite and animntiou in all the organs. Jiy being assimilnled yi;h ihe blood. it enters hito m conibinmion, purilyng the streams of Ufe. Yon seo it vvould naiurolly and rendily combine vvith the blood and all tho 8ccrelioii8, (luis adupiiiiÃÃ itselÃ'to ihc rcnioval of all diseases of impuro blood. which clog_.tqe organs, Ãauslng pain, distrese, and dcath. IÃ the rroparitieBeUle upon the organ of the btomadi. it causea bad tasto in the moulh. a furred touguo, badbrcatb. indigestiÃ³n, dyspcpBÃn, pain. a sen of fullncss or goneness, &c. If upon thc lungs or Ihroat, thÃ©y will cause a cough, tightncss. weakness. andan uneasy sensation m ihe '"r01; irriiation,' bronchitis, Ãºiid consumption. If they sottle upon thc liveÃ, they will canse liver complaint. jaundice, or saltow skin. (ever and ngue. jiliouÃ¡ diseases of nll kinds, and irreularity ol the bowels.diarraha'a, &c. It upon ihe nerves, they will cause nervous weakness. pnin Ãn ihe he.ul. sick hemlache, general debility, low spirits, heat 'in the back, side, or hcad. If in the systcm gcnerally, it cause general emaclation. scrofula. tumors, li'lu hard skin, pimples, blotchcs, irritalioir, &cj &c. â You know if any tliing clogs'the engine, all thc machinory beeomes reiarded in as inotion, and as t 'decrÃ©nsfiÃ¡ in sfrÃ©Ã±jetfi', the moHona hccome paralyzed more and more, uniil finally it ceases to niove. So with thc human systoni, as the blood becomca itnpme with humor, the organs suller crealing, pain, misery, and if not removed, death. A constnnt use of these Pilis Ãn n fanuly. will ndd yenrs lo eacli individual lile. Kor being mado of vegetable extraÃ©is, thoj may lc laken (rom youth to oÃd a;e without ijnry, bul with decided benefit; Wc.-ikty. piiny childrcn. will become hcalihy and strong witli n slow uso.of Ãh6i o i'ills. 'Ã'hey suotlic wc:iU nci ves. strentien ihc wenk, ond clean olÃ ihoorgansin a man aboye described Being coropound oÃ juicos. thcy p'riss ÃhroÃ¼un ilio smnllest vcssels. temo teaching disc-isc whercover pent up in tho system. even in tlie eyes and biuin. We know ibat they aro tlie best I Ml in tbc wotld. for of iliousQnds ihat h'avÃ³ takon cvcry ot'her n, liÃ±ve dciilcd so, and notWtig conhl liin.lur thcm Irom kcepinii thein on hand.- TiikÃ¼ these i-Ã¼U fic:lv, and yon will stldoru w;mt a phyeician. VVlio over hcard of much eicknesa in a family wlinrc these Pilis wcre taken froely? Then a-;nin they cause no pain of wonk nessin their operntiou; they eoolhe tlie bowels, luid aro a suie cuie lor Dl'ARRHCEA 011 SÃMMElt COMPLALXT, .idigestion. costiveness. nnd olÃ diseases nrisin jroni ;m imputa stomach or blood. Therc is noiliiiiLÃ¯etier lor fever and agÃ¼e, or bilious dis e,ib"s. ond all others menÃ¼oned above. N. J5. Price rcduccfl to 2s per box for 31 Pilla. Reniember enih box contains 'M Pilis- theiefoie, they are the cheapest as well as the lu-st. Rcwareof Pilis made of guins, calomcl iiid coaise powders, for they will dcstroy the c)Qis of the stomach in time, and cause death. - Beware, for the niostof them contain calomel or something asdestruclive to human existence. Roniember the Reauricction or Persian Pilis, nre inade oÃ Vegetable exiracts. For sale in all the principal placrs in the Unio'n- Wholesale arÃd retail by P. Owcn & Co.. Detroit; Ã. F.hor!)nrh, S. P. Jcwett, Lund A: M'CollunÃ, Ann Arbor. 237-fim WHOLESALE & RETAIL. A. M'FARREN, BOOKSELLER AND STATION SMARTS 13L0CK, 1S7 JRFFKUSON AVENUE, DBTHOIT. KKKI'S constnntly for salen complete nssortinent oÃ Miscellaneous, Schooi Ãind Classical Jiooks, Lctier nnd Cap Paper, plain nnd rul eij, QiiÃils, Ink, SeaTiiig Wax, Cutlery, Wraiping Paper, Printing Paper, of all sizes; nnd Book, News nnd Cann6ter InU. of vorions kinds. BLANK 15OOKS, full and hall bound, of every vaiiety of Ruling, Mcinornndum Books, &c. To Merchants, Teachers, and oihers, buying in (j'inntitiep. Ã¡lamo discount made. Sabbath School and Biblc Society Donositor. 247-tfW HOEVER wishes to buy their goods to goud iidvaptogÃ©. nuiat nol think of mnking ihcir purchnses till ihcy have lookcd over the coods nnd prices at the Mamihtax Stokh, Detroit. W.A. IIVYMOXD. Dec. 25, 1845. 244- 6m WILMAN. U. WOYES7 JRj DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Hardware and Cutlcry, Naits. Glasa, Carpcntcrs, Coopcr's nnd Hlacksmith's Tools. Also. IVlanufnctiircr of Coppcr. Tin Ware. No. 7(5, Woodward Avenue, Detroit. 2lL Blaiiii lieerts and I?Iorlsaf?cs. W BECKLEY, FOSTER & Co. I Maich20, J8Ã5.'y _t ?..":..'i:X OÃl roi;;il.s, CO.LDS, ONSUMTTIÃN &C. Ml'OltTAM' TO ALL TBO.SB AÃKÃ.ICTRU WlTH lÃSKASKS UK THE LUNGS AM) BRBAST. U'i,'. MinuUi ucrcaisr? More mii me nj ' it. auTpassÃ±iÃ¡ licalth u atara tee virlvcsllji $ ?" ? ? 3 "Froui Dr. Baker, Sjiringficld, Wus-h: Co. Ky.] SÃ'kim.. in.D Ky.? M.-.y II, l.-.-lÃ¶. Messrs. Sailfon! & l'aik: - CÃk.nts - i takt) ihis oioiiuiihy of iiiforniiiiu yon ut' a most roinarkul), CHje m;iIu:hh -il 11,11 11. f by llic liso oÃ '-V. II '.-.;; Ã'.v Ãulsain 'dj WILCIurnj." Jn ih. vimV IÃ40 I VWW tnhfii wuli a:i Ii flimitiori oÃ ihc Bowels whicji I li.lioitfi uudcr lor six wlicn I grarlually rocovÃ¨rcu; Fn tne fill .t I.-4I I vvÃ¼s ;i!ta;ki(l with :i â â - (.oh!, w'nicli . itaell upoii niy lun.rs. lid Ãor thc space of lirÃ©e ycn'rs 1 ivas contiried lo my bb'U. I ttiÃ©cl Ã¡Ãl norte O? inedicinca nÃfd ovory varicty ot' niodical lid nnd wiilibui berttfft; nnd ilms 1 wenrieÃl Ãiloii uniil ihc winter of 1841, whcn I licard of '-Wii,tar's BÃ¼lsriin of Wild Chciry." My fiicnds pereuaded ruÃ³ 10 givu it n tiii.l. itÃpÃtgb 1 lin.l (;ivcn tip all hopes of n recover y, nml had iiicparfil iiiyself for thc oliantÃo oÃ anotfier wotld. Tluougli iheir eolicitujiprj I wns indiipÃ©d to make use of the "Genuine WisVar'a HiilsniÃiof Wilil Clieny." Tlie effÃ©Ã©l ras tnilv astonishini,'. After fivo ycarB of nlllictioii. payi tricl Hulliiring: and aftor boving 8pon J'onr or five lniuilrr.il dollars to no purposc. nnd thc bes! and most rospeetnhlepliVi-icinriu liad prnved nnayftilÃng; 1 iras sorn nstncl lo cutirÃ© htnlh hÃj t'ic blcs.sng 11 Cml and.tke vsc.of Dr. Wistur'.i Balsam vf Wild Cherry. 1 oni now cr.joying good lieahh. and such ie my altored appcarnnce (lint I am no ionger know wiion I niect my fornicr acquaintances. I havo ÃÃuiin-d rupidly in woight, and my flesh is flrm and salid. 1 can now cat ns miich a6 any pcrson,'and tny fond seeinsto ogreÃ³ vyÃÃ¼l n:c.-1 ha ve calen more durin}! the lasisix nionths ihan I hnd caten for iive years bofore. Considering my case alniost a niirncle. I decm it Ãacu'ssary for thc good oÃ the afflicled and n duty I owc to thc proprictors and my fellow mcn. (who should know where relief may be liad) to mako ihis statement public. May ihc blcssing of God rest Ãºpon the proprietors f so valuuble a medicino as Wistnr's alsam of Wild Cherry.Yours rcspectfnlly, WILLfAM H. BAKER. Thcjollmbing' has'juSt lirr.n rcceivcd from Ã±lr. Eihrurd Sirattan, of Lenngton, Mol, xrliich s'iowÃ; Unit Consuwvtion in i's icorsi farm can bc cured bj "Wistafs Bulsam of W.ll Cfiemj. Lkxington, Mo., Jan. 21, 1645. Brnjamin Phelps - Denr Sir: I tnke grnat pleasurc in communica'tmg to you wliBt 1 consider an extraordinary cure, eilected on my dnugliter, about 14 ycars of a ge, by Wis tnr's Bal8am of Wild Choriy. Aliout the lsi of September last. my daughtor was tiikensick. and was attondcd ly scveraÃ¯ physicians, whose prescriptions proved inellbciual. or sce.ned to do no goud. Slie wasattended with aconstain cpÃ¼gb, and pain in the breast. Her physicians and all who 93v lier. came to the couclusion tliat shc wns in a confinned stage of Cotipumpiion. I mude no other calculation than for her to die. - But as soon asÃ¼he cojunuMiceil taking the Balsom shc bcgan to iinprovc, and continucd bo to do until her health was restorcd, and is hOw ontircly wcll. With a view of benefitting those who may besimtlarly afilicied, I tako plcnsuro in reconuuemhng this rcinutly to the confiicnco.of the public. Yonrs, wÃ¯tri roppert. KDWARÃ STRATTON. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILDCHERRY t!at not only relieves but cures! UTrice 1 per bottle, or six boules for $5. For sale in Cincinnati only by SANFORD & PARK, and in Ann Arbor by Maynards, soie Agents for ihisCounty. 238CAN'T BE BEAT ! THHE 6ubscribers wouldinibrni the Public, that _L tliey continue to tsupply ihe State oÃ Michiati with L. B. WALKER'S PATENT SJflUT TM JÃC MI IJ JES. ri:o Inrgc nuinnors ol thcso Machines iliat hnvc jeen Bpldj nnd ihc stcadily incrensingdemand for ihtin, is the best evidente of thcir reu) vnluc. ind of thcir estimalion with thoac who hnve become fninilirr with their nierits. W.w.tiEii's Sinut Machine is superior to oihers in the following particulars: 1. Aa it combines ihe Ileating. Srouring, aiul Bloicing Principies, it cleans the emnttiest f grain in the best manncr, rctaining all the t'iie tiun oÃ ihc wlicat, and dischaigmy the smul and dust as fnst as sennrated from tlie wheat. '. It is y'unjili in Ã¶nsiructioÃ¼] and is l'.ierefore leas liable to bccomc deranged,anii costs les-s tor repairs. 3. It runs very Ught, and is peifcctly secure lÃ¯om firc. . 4. It is as durable as any other Machine in u se. 5. It costs considernbiy i.i.ps than other kinds. QMifbc important points odillercncc hive fi v' en iliis Machine the prcferchcc witli tliose svho liave fairly tned it. Amoiifr n large numberuf Gentlemen in the Milling BÃ¼nÃ©88 who niiln be iKiincd, die Tollowing have nsed the Machines, aud curiiiied to thcir excellence and superioiity : 11. N. Hovvaiu), Pontiac, Mich. E. F. Cook. Rochcstcr, tÃ³ E. B. Dankoktii. Mason, do M. K. Imu.nk, Branch, do H. II. Comstock. Comsiock, do Rcferences mny also bc li.ul to John Bacon, Auburn, Mich. W. llvo.v, do do ]). C. Vkklami, Rock, do John Phips, Monroe, do II. DoÃ¼8mVn, do do A. Beacii. Watcrloo. do Gr.o. Kktchu.m, Mnrshall, do N. IIemk.nvvay, Oakland, do All orders for .Machines wil! bc proinptly attended to. Address E. O. & A. CRITTENTON, Ann Arbor, (Lowcr Town) Wash. Co. Mich. Au e. 24, 1815 226-1 y"Crockery at Wholesale." FRKDERICK WETMORE. has constnntly on hand, the largcsl stock in ihe West of Crockery, China, Glasswarc, Looking- Glasses and Plaies, Britannia Ware Trays, Lamps and Wicking, Plated Ware, China Toys, tyc. fyc. His stock nclmles all the varieties of Crockery and Chino, from the finest China Dinncr and Tea Setts to the most common nnd Iow priccd ware - from the richest cut glasa to the plaincst glnss ware, Rritannia Cnstorsofevory kind. Britannia Tca Setts, Coflee Pots, Ten Pots, Lamps. Cnndlesticks, &c. Sot.au Lard LAiursof every description from tlio most costly cut Purlor Lamp to the cheapest Store lainp. All the nbovc articlcs are imported Ly himsell dircctly from tho nianufneturers and will le sold at Wholesale, as Iow ns at any Wholesale House, expenses from 6caboard added only. A liberal discount giyen for cash. Merchants and others are invited to cali nnd examine the nbove articks at thfi old stand, No. [25, JcfTerson Avenue (Kldred's Block.) Detroit, 24J-ly TEMPERANCE HOUSE. PB. R1PLEY would say to his friends and the frienda of Tempcrcncc, that he has laken tlio TemporÃ¡neo House, lately kept by Wm. G. Wheatoti. where ho would bo glad to wait upon them. Hay and Oats and Ãtabbling to accommodate teams. Detroit, January 1, JS16. 2!5tf Wood r Wood l ! A FEW Cords of Wood wantod iiÃ¯tmcdiaUly in paymeni for the Signal of Liberty.fTlHE prcceding hgura Igon i" rnprcecnt JL iho JnÃpnnibleÃerspiraiion: li ia ihe reiit evacÃ¼atiÃÃ³ii for ilic hMpttrUicfe 'I fhc body. Invill be noticcd thÃ¡tuihick cluudy m:M Ã¯.-ucs inin ,,H ,âân,b o[ lbo puÃlC9, wliich indÃcate ma; ihis [icrspÃroti'on ftÃ³wi itriinrÃ©rruptÃ©diy hÃ¨n'e iirc in hcnlth, but ieosÃ©a wheji wo are stok. Li e (Miinoi bc wstained wUljout it. Jt s fhrown pil hom Ihe l'iouil ;in.l ollur jniccs ol tlic liOÃly, and dipuses !y this mcms. of noarly all the iuipuiiiicb wilhin iis. Th'' blood. ly Ãijs mcme onlv. works itscH puiÃ¨. ThÃ© hingÃ¶g of SchpMis, "in the lood is the Life." II i over bBcompa iropure. t '"y l'f; tmeed direcuy i tlio bÃopp&gc W ilielnsoiiMf.li: IVrspinuion. li ncVer requires any i titer Dal medicines lo cleimee ir, as it alwiiys [.MiilIiN iifi-lf by ils wn hem nnd actjonjÃ±nd ilirows ofl" a!l the rfflbÃ¯jiTng hnmors. ibroÃ¼gh the Insensible Perspiration. Tlnm we sce ylliliat is necef-i.iuy wlien iho l'lood ig Btftgiiain, or inlectcd. is to open the pÃ¶rÃ©s, and h rolieves iiself from uil impurity insÃ¼mily. lts own beat and vitalitv are siillicicnt. without olie parcele of medicine,, except to open tlic pore? 'M""1 tliesurfuco. Tlias wc ede tlic (olly of taking so innch internal remedies. All praciitioncrs, hovycver, direct their cfiorts to restore the Insensible perspiration, but h pccrns to be not always the pVopcr one. 'J'ho Thompsoninn, lor instnnce. stcams. the Uydropatliisi sluouds ns in wet blankets; the Homopath st deals out infinitissimal?, tlio AllppaÃKSl bleeds and doses uswith niorcun'.and the blustering Quack gurgus us with piÃ¼s, pills: pills. To ive soine idcaof thcomnuiu ol the lnscn siblePerspiration. we wil! state tliat thi? learned Dr. Lcwenhock. and the great Eoerhnave. ascertnineil thai fivc-eighthsof all we reccive into tbc stoinach, passcd off by tliis means. In othcrvÃ¶r'ds, ii we ent nnii cirinK eigm puuinw pvi "?â â ,vc evrcuaie five pounds of t by ilic Insensible J Pcrspiration. . . (, TIiÃ¯b is none othcr than the used up pnrticlcs j jf the blood, ;md other juiee giving place to the icw and fresh ones. To check thie, theiclore, s to retain in the syslcm fiv -eighihs of alt tlie viruleiU matter tlint nature demanda -houldleave the body. And even whe.n iliis is the case. the ibod ia of so active a principie; tlmt ft i mines t' ose pnrlieles to tlie skh. where they forni scabs, pimples, IcÃ©is, and other apota. liy a sudden trnnsiiion (rom henl to cold, (nÃ¨ pores are Btoppcd, the perspirntion censes, and disenso bcgins ut once to devi'loj)C itself. Henee, a stoppnge of this ilow of the juices, originales so many com]Ininifl.lt is bv stopping the poros, timt ovorwhelms mankind wiih cntiylis, cilds, and oonstiniptions. Nine-tenths of tlie world die from disenses induced by a etoppoge ot the insensible l'crspira. tion. It is cnsily soen, thereforc, liow nccessary is the ilow of this subtle humor to thÃ©-eurface, to jireserve hcnhli. It ennnot bc stoppcd; it ennnot be even checUed, witliout inducingdisease. Let me osfc now, every candid niind. what course secms the most reasonnble to pursne. to unstop the pores, after tlit-y areclosed? Wotil'! you givc phyÃ©ic louneto'p the pores! Or vvould yon nppf soniethitiK that would do this upon the surfnco, where ihe elogging iiutuilly ia'i Wouid not ibis be wnimnn sense? And yct I knowof no phywelnh wlio niakes nny extemnl SpplftjafiSfl to effeJI it. The reason I assign is. that no medicine within their knowledge. is capabje of doÃ¼ig it. Under these ciicumslances, I presmt to pÃiypicians. and to all othors, a preparntion that hns this power in it ful lest extent. It is McALSTLIVS ALL ULAUNLi OINTMILXT, orthe WORLD' S SALVEl It has power to restore perspiration on the feet, on the head, a round oÃd sores, upon the chcsl. in short, upon any prt ol the body, whciher diseased sligluly or seveicly. It hns power to cause all fextÃ¨rflru FOres, scrofulousluimoiR, skin diseaKes. poisonons wounds, todiachurge their puud matter, and then hcals ilicm. It ia n remedy that sweops olÃ the whole catalogue of cutiitiÃ©ous disorders, and restores the entiie cutido lo iishealihy miciious. It is i remÃ¨ily ihÃ³'l forbi'ds the noeessily of so innny and deletcrious druga tuken into the stomach. It is a veniedy that neithor sickens, gives Ã¯nconvÃ©n'enco'; or s langeronÃ¡ to the intes:incs. It preserves and rleicilds the surfacc from all iler;.imointiH uf ils luucimiis. wliile it keeps open the eiiannels lor the blood to void all its impurities uinl dispose of all its Ãºseles.-; partiÃ³les. The snifacÃ¶ is the outlet of five-eithths of Ã¼v bile and used up matter wilhin. It is rjterced vvi'.h niillions ol opeuings to relieve thelints. Stop Ãºp iIk'Kc Ã±ires, and death knÃ³c'ks at your door. Il is rishtly tormcd All-IIcaling. Ãnr diere a scarccly a tliscasc, cxternal or inicrnal, tliat iÃ will nol benefit. I liavc hhcJ it for ilic last ÃoinircM yc;ts, for :.)! dise-isos of the chcBt, coiisumptioi). livor, iavplying thc utmost dnpger and rcsnuiisibilUy, aud I declare befare lÃen veri mik! rnrtn, tÃiat riot in onc single case has it l'ailed td benefit, wiicn ilic paÃ¼ent was within tliu roacli of mortal moans. [ Ikivo liad phj't iciatis. Icnrnod Ãn thc profession; 1 hnve liad ministers oÃ ilic Gospel. JtiÃlgWOB the Beneh. Aldernion and Lawyers. gen tlomen oi'lhe highesierudiiiuii and multitudes ol tlio poor, uso it inevery varicty of way, and ilion; Ka's been bul onc voice, one nriited, universal voico, saying, "McAlistcr, your Ointmcnt is good!" CONSUMl'TION. Tt enn hnrdly be credited tliat a snlvc can have qny cÃHiCt upon tho )ungf veated as iliey are within irÃe tjysÃoin. Bat wesp y once Cor all, lia i tliis Ointmcnt will rench thc I unge quicker tlian any medicine ihalcan he yiven intcrnally. Thus. it" placed upon the chest, it penetrates dircctly to th'e luns. sepÃ¡rales tlio poisonous phrticles thnt are consuming thein, and e.pcls thcm f rom the system] neeil not pay tliat it is curingporsonsof Consump'tioÃ± cbhuÃÃuÃ¡lfy', aÃlhpugli we nr'e tÃ³Td it is loolishncss. I Ciro not what' is said, so long tiÃ¼ I can cure sevcral iliousand persons yearly. BKAD ACIIK . This Salve has cured persons of the Ilcad Acho of 12 ycars standing, and who had it rcgularly every weck, so tliat vomiting often took place. Dcaini;ss and Ear Ache are helped witli the likc success. as also Aguc in thc Face. fOI,I) KEET. Conr.nmption, Liver complaint, pnins in the chest or eide, falltn? of the hair, one or the oihcr alway8 accompanics cold feet. It is a surc sign of Sisease in thc system to havo cold feet. Thc Salvo will reptore the Insensible Perspiration and tlius cure every case. In Scrofnla. Krysipclas and Salt Rheum, and othcr diseasea of this nature, no internal remedy bas yct been discovercd that ia so good. The same mny bc bid of Bronchitis. Quincy, Sore Throat, Piles, Spinal Diseases, Broken or Sorc Brcast, &c. And as for the Cheat Discasns, such as Asthina, Pain. Opprcssion and the likc, it is the most wonder ful antidote in tho World. For Liver Ccmplalnt it is cqually eflicacious: for Burns it has not has its cqual in thc World; also. Excresences of evcry kind, such as Warts, Tumors. Pimples, &c, it malies clean work of them all. som: v.T.a. Thc inflommation nnd disease always licsback of the hall of the eyc in the socket. Ilcncc thc virtue of any medicine nnist rench the sent of the inftamation or it will do litile cood. The Salvo, if rubbed on the temples, will. penÃ©trate dircctly into the socket. The poreswill beopen cd, a proper perspiration wi!1 becreatcd and the disease will soon pÃ¨sa offtothe suriace. 1I1IPI.I:S ON T}fE FACE, FKÃXKJ.ES, TAN, MAÃ5CUL1NE SKIN, GROS 5UHFACEV lts firet ncÃÃon isto cxoel nll humor. It willlot ceasc draw ing lili ilie Pnce is free froru nny natter that may bc ludgcd under thn skin nnd requemly breaking om to the MuÃate. It the dais. Wliun tÃ¯ierc is nothing hut grossness, or â lull rrpulsive BÃºrfacc, t bÃ©gins to sollen and oiÃ¯on muil tin? ktn bccom'es aa smo.ifh and ' ;iic 1,3 a child'a. Ãt tbrows a Ircshncss and Utishing color upon the now white, iransparent ' â kin. ilvnt is, pcrlcctly ericlinnting. Somc limes I n cuse Ã³f PrÃ«feklc iV-wiil Rrst.start out thosc liat have lain hiddi n and scen luit scMiii. Tur,uj tlic Salve and uil vill soon disappcar. WpRMS. irpartnts Jcnpw how fatnj most medicines were ; :, cliiÃdrcn inkÃ¨'n inVvbrdly, tlicy would be slÃ³y Ld i.-oit lÃ³lKeiii. ' Especirtlly "Ã¯nercnrial lozen. ." callod '-iiumIÃlvuciI loangea,i' puls &JiÃ© Tho truih is. no oiie can loll, inv;niably. whefl vvornia Ã³ro prÃ©aoht. Now lei me si:y toparejits, ihat ibis SaWÃ¶ vvÃ¯jl aiwiys lÃ©ll fa eliild hae wDims. It will diivo every vesriye of them uv.mv. This is n simple and sale. cure. ThcTc is probably no medicina on the Taco of thc'chr.i'l] at once so surc and so 6afc in the ex piilsiÃ¶lj pf wonns. It w.mld be cruel, nay wicked, to givo internal. donbtlul mcdiciirs,'so long as a harinltss, external olie could be hid. TOII.KT. Aliluiiiirh I hnve snid lutle aboÃ¼t it nfl Ã¡ hair rsstoraiivc, yM i will stake FtÃ¼galnst the World! 'l'iiey inav bpitlg ibcir Oils far 00 d near, and mine wil! rectoro the hair two engoa to thuir ono. (,I.H SORJ.S. HVRXIPICATIUK. i:i. DKS. KTC. That soiiio Sores ure an ouilet to the imppriIH-- of the systcm, is becausc thcy cannot pass off throusrh 'thÃ© natu al channels of the Imsciimlilc Besspirationi 1' sucli sores are he.iled up, the inipnriiies must lmve somc othor oiitlet. or it wÃ¼l endiinger life. This is the roason why it is in politie to use the comnion Salve of the flay ti Kiieh cÃ©ttÃ¨Si For ihey havo no power to open C&her avenues, to let otT hi morbid ninttur. nrio hv. conspquenees are always fatal. This Sal ve will always prÃ³vido for sucH emergencics. DISKASKS or CHltDIiKN. How many thousands are swept off ly giviftg inicniHl medicines, whnn thrir younir bddiÃ«s and tender frames are unable to bear up against thoni? Wholo armics aro tlius sent to their graves mÃ©rely fn m pouriu'g inio their wcak stÃ¶machs powerful tfiugs ond physies! It is to snel) that the All-flealmp OftftttiÃ©nt tenders so safe, picaba in. and harmless a cure Such cases ' as Crniip. CnoÃ¯tC, Cholera Inlantuni. WÃ¼iins. and all Sumnier Com)laints. by which so many ehildron die. the Oin'.nnnt will remove .so ppeedily and surely, tha; a physician will nover bc nceded. Mothcrs! throughout .ill this land. we now soleninly and saeredly declare to you that the All-Healmsi Ointmcnt will save your childrcn from an eurly grave if you will use it. We are not now actuati-d by thejast dcsire to gam; biit knowing as we uu mui nst bodics of infants and children die early; â Aiich s supposed to bc inevitable and ,1e to prevent, we holcl up our wnrnine vuice, ! md declare in the JacÃ¨.ol the wholo world, c "IIILBREN N-EED NOT DIE MORE s TIIAN OTHEIISÃ But it is.froin the want ef proper nourisbmcni ' ind the ennstnut dr'Ã¼ggmg tliey undorgo which nows ihÃªna down as the ronk graas inlls beforc j the scythe. Mothcrs! wc repeat agaÃ¯n, and il ihey were the last wo'.ds wc were ever to uttor, and of uourse past the icnch oÃ all interest, we would , say, "usctlie All-Ã¼ealing Ointmcni lor sickness , among children." I RHEÃMATISM. It removes almost immedialely the infliimation and swelling, when the pain of course ceabcs. ii:vi:its. Tn cases of fevcr, the diflicnliy lies in the pores being locked up. so that the heat and pcrpp:ration c.nnnot pass ffi If the least moisture could bc starled, the crisis ia passed and the danger over. The All-Healing Ominieni will Ãn aTl casos of fevers almost instanily unlock the skin and bring forth the perpiration. FKMAI.K COMIT.AINTS. Influmation of the kidnnys. of the womb, and it8 lalling down, wrakness, and irrcgularity; Ãn short, all thoic difiicultics which are frequent with 'femalcs. il uci ready and permanent r lief. We hnve had agod ladies teil us they could not live six moinhs without it. Bui 10 females about tobeciime inothcrs, if Ã¼eedfÃ¶rsÃ¶mÃ¨ weeks anteccdont to their confincnidiit. very few ofihose pnins and convnisions whioh atiend tJem at tliat period will bc feit. Tliiafact ought to be known the world over. SCAT.I) HK.vr. Wc have ourcd casca that actually dcficd ovcrything known, as well ns the ability of fiOecn or twenty doctors. One man told us hc had spcnl $500 on his children without tny benefit, when a few boxes of tbc Ointmctu cured thein. COUN5. Pcople nee.'l never bo uoublcd with Ã¯hcm if they will uso it. Ãa a FAMILY MEDICINE, no man can measurc its valuÃ©. So long as thc staie i olÃ along ovev the Heavcns - so long as man freads ihe earth. subject to all the infirmilies oÃ the ]O;J1] si) long Bdisease and sickness is known just so long will thifi Ointmcnt be used am' esteemed. When man ceases from ofTthe earth, then thedemand will cense, and not lili tlien. '1 allay all apprehensions on account oÃ its ingrediente, in possessing such pfiwerfuljiroperties, wc will state that it is composed of 6omo of tlic most common and harmless herbs in existence Theie is no mercury init, nscÃ¡n be scen from the 'facÃ that it docs notinjnre tlio skin one narticie. whilc il will pass tlironj-h and nliysicthe buw'cls. JAMES Mc ALISTER & CO. 1Ã58 Souih Street. N. Yo?fc. Sole proprictor of' iho nbove Medicine, tD whom all Communications musÃ be addiesecd (post paid). Priee 25 cents and 50 cents. B3CAUTI0N.,.n! As ttic AÃl-I-Ienling Ointment lias been grently counterfcitÃ¼d, we have given ihis caution to puhlie, tliat "no Ointment wÃl) be genuine unless the nam es of James iVicAlister, or JanieÃ© MeAlisxcr& Co., are writtcn with a pen upon every label." Tlie label is a steel engrnving, withihc figuro. of "Insensible Perspiration" on the face. Now wc hereby offer a rcward of $500. to bc paid on conviction, in any of tlic cÃ³hstituted courts of the United States, of any individual counterfeitinr; o'.sr nnmo and Ointment. MAYNAliD'S. Ann Arbor, Wtylesale Atrents; Smith & Tyrcll, Clinton: Kotchum & Smith, Tecumsch: D. C. Whitwood, Dotter; 11. Bower, Mauchesier; John Owcn &. Co., Detroit.; Ilarman &. Cook, Brooklyn. Doe. 18, 1845. 244-1y WOOL WOO2L" CLOTH! CLOTHÃ rpilE subscribers will continue to manufacJL turo Fellcd Eloth, for 374 ets. per yard, and white flannel for 20 per yard; or they will manufacture the wool for halt' the cloth it wtfl njakfi, Their Factory is 2i miles West of Ann Arbor, on iho HurÃ³n RiveV. Wool wilialso be received at Scio. V.'hen sent by Railroad it will be attendcd to in the same mannier as u tne owners vrere to come with it. Wool will bc manufactured in turn as t comes in as ncarly as it can be done with reference to the different qualities of wool. WOOL CAR DING, will bedone at Scio. by Thomas Iloskins. S. W. FOSTER &CO. Scio, May 1, 1845. 10 DEiVTISTRY. E. G. BURGER, Dentist, HAS removed hisofÃ¼ce to Crane Sc Jewctt's Block, first room on the Second Floor. whcre being well prepared to attend to every b ranch of bis profession, would respcctfully say to all who have not had those necessary organs. THE TEETH. properly attendcd to, delay no longer, but cali npon him and experience the case and durabiÃ¼ty of his operations. Terms accommodating an'd charges inno case unreasonablc. Ann Arbor, March 6, 1 845. 47-tf SAJ3BATIÃ SCHOOL BOOKS for sale ai FERRY'S BOOKSTORE. Doe. 03. 244- tfTry- Try - Try Again. A FT KR you have tricd onc ihpusqnd und ono kinds uiTills: tlicn try Dr. Ilalsicad'a Brisk Filis nd you wjiJ bc hilly soifsficd tbnt they nie aj Hifh preferable to every oihcr kind as the nm'I yia nnd hcoi is prelerable. io bring fuiward and jomÃ³te a hcalthy growth in vegetables lo that ,'hicli emanatcs froin the moon. They nrejust Whnt is vvanted in tliis country -n piil lliat opÃ©rales quiek. horOÃgh and easy urrying all inipuritics witii ihem'; leaving thÃ© tomach nnd bowcls cIcbij and clear. Away wiih our SLOW PIlwLS., that act SLC1 r- clcrmso LOW, and leavo ilic eystem in a SLOW Mate. i i I i o 1 1 s inniicr and otlicr ini ediintiitscollcei ve' y japid in tlic systom wiicn once thcy begin te cc.umnlalc - and will increase as fjist as Slow (il!h will remove ihtin. li is neceesory therÃ©foro o liavc a brisk operation - that wil] Altousv. iti' }1k okoabs Aotn tieir torptd Ã¡late, pive a mw mpetus to the bl(ju(l and secretions. Tlnn food vill diycsi - tlie siomach gum strength - ihe s,ys em fciron - the fckin clcat - the appeiit'o goÃ³tl, nd you are well - vTiÃ©n 3'our s!ow doses wonlc ;crp you lingerirg along for inonths- md ihÃ©ri icrliaps you will send lor a Doctor, and whnt vill hc do? Uo will gic you a iiowerful caliiirtic - ono that will do yon gome goofl. Nov be your own dcciore, and takÃ© Halsted's egctablc JÃ¯riak l'ills, um gradtste them to uit ho patiÃ«nt. To wcak po(ienle give tmall do(8- dleo to childten. Tbey are lÃ¼irinlots nnd :an be givcu to the most cklicatc - but ihen tlioy ;ivc life and moticn lo the systtm. D1SEASE is a elow tnorbid action, clnpging Ã¯p all the email y?88ojs - nnd calis aloud lor a cmVdy thÃ¡t will arouse ihetn into action before licy bccome too weak to be kopt in motion .- People die for the want of action - rnd l'earing hey shall obtain n hualihy. nntuial nction - l'lipy jrefer taliing a pIow medicine - lliat thcy muy loctor slowly for years - and at lust die with n low, liniifiing dieease- the namial eflcct of takiuy slow Pilln. Away then wiih tlus thcory.It' nature wishes to puriiy the ai), hlic calis up n b'iirry a thunder sliower. and wiih it her light nings (air physic) to purify, cleanse. and givÃ¨ t new motion lo the ntniosphere. and all is c!l Sho does nol liphten gently the year round te produce ihif moiion. Thcn follow nature, when you nre out of health - have n bhd l;isie in youi niouih - indigestiÃ³n - costivencss - fever - colk chilla - fever and trgvc - dysprpsta - pain in bacd or liinbs - taken cold - or in fact out of order in nny wny - rclievo yourfclf immcdintoly by tnkin the Briik Pilis. Try them or.ee and you vil( Ã³sfl il" oiher. 28 Pilis for 25 cents. Sold wholennlo and rctnil by J. O wen &, Co., Detroit; C. Ebcrbach, S. P. Jewett, Lund &, McCoIlnm, Ann Arbor. 237-6mSICKÃJ5SS IN CIÃILDREN. AND ilie euffijriug which thcj undcrgo from t. ';vorms" oficn tcnd to a fatal lerrnihnfion, itnltÃ tin; (AisK. s never sugpccted. Oficnsive ncath, pickint at the nose. grinding ihe ;eoth luring sleep, Btnrting in sccp with fricht and crciiniing, lioubles'jmccough. and feverishncss, irc amone sonie of the Prominmt Sijmytutns of lie prosence of wonns. A tiniely nsc of SHERMAN'S VVOIIM LOZENGES Will inniedintely remove all llicse urrplÃ©Ã¶sont ?ymptorns, and restore to perfect henlth. Sister Icnntius, Superior of tlie Catholic Half Orphon rlsyluni litiB added her tesiiniony in ihcir fnvor, [o ihe thousniÃ¯rls which linve gone belbrc. Slio statcs thnt tliere uro over 100 chiidren in the Asylum, and 'lint tliey liavc been in the habit of nsing Shcnnan's Lozenges. and ehe bas nlways found ihcm to bo atlÃ«ndod with the most benolicinl effect.?. They have beer proved to bc infallible in over 400,000 cases. CONSUMPTION, Influenza. Coughs, Colda, Whooping Cough, Tightnrss of thcLungsor Chcst may be curod. Rcv. DarU8 Anthony was very low 'rom Consumpiion. Jonathan Howard, ilie eclebrated icfiipernnce lecmrer', wns rcduced to tlie vergeof the grave by raising blood. Rev. Mr. Dunbar, of New York, the Rev. Mr. De Forest. Evangelist in the Western part of this state. Rev. Sobns'inn Strecter, of Boston, the wil'cof Ornsmus DÃ¼)blo, Esq. in Monrovia, nnd hundreds of otli(iie, have been relieved and cured by a propor b SHERMAN'S COUGH LOZENGES, And no medicine has ever been more effectual in tli c iclief of those diseases, nr which can bo recommendcd with moro cor.fi-Jence. Thoy al Iny all tlcbing or irritation, render thecough ency, promoe-e.xpcctorntion, mnove thn cause, and produce the most happy and Insling cffects. HÃADACJHE. IV.IpitJition of the Ileart, Lowness of Spirits, Sea-Ã©icknes Dcspondencv, Faimncss Cholic SpÃ±srtÃs, Cnimps of the Stoniach, Summcr or Uosvel Coiiiplaints. al.o all the distrc89Ãng symptoni8 nrising trom deo living, or a night of dissifation nrc quicUly and entirely rolieved by using SHERMAN'S CAMPMOR LOZENGF.S. They ;ct spccdily and relieve in a very short apaceof timo, giving tone and viÃjor to the 6ystcm, and rrmble n peison using ihcm to undorgo great mental or bodiiy fatigue. RIIEÃMATÃSM, Wenk Back, pnin and weakneas iri tlie Urenst. Bnck. Limbs and other partsofthc body are speedily and clRciually rclieved by SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S rLASTKit, wluch costsonly 12i cent?, and is witliin the reach of olÃ. So erent hns breotne the reput.nion of tliis articlc. (nat one million will not begin to supply ilm mniiiil domiind. Jt is ncknnu edged to bo the bctftstrengihening Piaster in thcworld. BEWARE OF IMPOSJTION. Dr. Sherman's Poor Man's PJdster hns bis namo witla directions prinied on tlie back of the Piaster, and a D'm sinneÃ± ol the Ã¼octor's writtÃ©n name uiulcr the directions. None others aro ucnuin.e, or to bc relied, on. Dr Shcrnian's Wnreriouse UNo. I0G Nrssau at. New York. W. S. & J. VV. ftlAYNAKD, Agcnts for Ann Arbor. 246 Cheap Hardware Store. npilE Subscib'Ã¨r takes ibis niethod lo inform JL h8 oÃd customers and the public gcnerally thnt he still continÃºes lo keep a largeand gencrul assortment of Foroign and Dornestic HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c. . Also. Spike. Wrought, Cut and Horbe Shoo Nails, Glass, Sheet Iron, Hoop Iron, Sheet and Har Lead, Zync, Bright and Anealod Wire, Molasscs Gales and Fassctts, Mili Saws. Cross Cut Snws, Hand nnd Wood Saws, Back and Key Hole Saws, Anvils, Viccs, Bellow8,Adzos,Coopur's 'looi.-, Drawing Knives, Spokc Shaves, Tap Borers, Cast Steel Augurs, Common Augurs, Augur Bitts, IIollow Augurs. Steel nnd iron Squares, Ground Plnstcr. Water Lime, Grind Stones, Potash,CQldron nnd Sugnr Kcttles, Cable, Log, Trace and Hajter C'hains, Broad, Hand and Narrow Axcs, Spirit and Plumb Leveh, together with a general assortment of HolInw Ware, which will bc sold low for Cash or npproved credit at J 23. Jefferson Avenue. Kldred's Block. R. MARVIN. Detroit, Jan. lGth, 1846. 248-] y BOOTS AND SHOES, AT WHOLESALE. A. O. M'GKÃTw & CO., WHOI.ESALR AND RKTAIL DKALERS fN BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER AND FINOINGS, Corner of Jefferson and Woodtcard Avenues, Detroit. AC. M'GRAW & CO. would rcspcctfully inform the Mcrchnnts of Michigan, that they hnve opened n WHOLESALE BOOT AND SHOE STORE, in the rooms over their Retail Store, Smart's Corner. Thcir long ac.quaintance with the Shoe business, and tbc kinds of shoes that are needcd in this State, will enablc them to fnrnish merchants wilh such shoes as they neod. on bcttcr terms than hcy can buy in ihe"New York market, os all -iheir gooda are hought from first hnnds, and particular attention is p.Ã¼d to the selection of sizes. Detroit, 1Ã16. 248-1 V _ WANTED. mWO young men about 18 or 19 ycarsof age X as apprentices to the &'nsh nnd Blind rnokirig business. Aleo, onc JOURNEYMAN, at Uit :ibove business. _L H. GREGORÃN Ann Arbor, Lower-Town. Dec. 4, ie"