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Another New State. By the treaty with
the See-see-tran and Wah.pay-toan bands of Si oux Indians the United States obtain over 21 million! of acres lying east of n line drawn from the head waters of the Red River of the north, to Intersect the north-western corner of the State of Iowa. The purchase Includes part of the magnificent Blue Earth River country, and that around the head waters of the Dob Moines and St. Peters Rivers. The Indians are allowed to remain on the land two yearn. For thi cvKxlun they are to receive Si. 665,000. The Galena papers propose that the name Da cota, bo given to the new territory, and uch mav vet be the name of one of the States of the Union. Det. Advertiser. Hon. Seth E. Sill, one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of New York, died at Buffalo, on Wednesd.iv, after a sivkness of three day. It i confidently nserlcd that the Prince de Joinville has officially declared his intention to compete for the PreHdency, in r ranee. It should not be forgotten, that frivolity is no less inimical to good feeling than to intellect. NEW FIRU AND NEW GOODS!! AT CASH PRICES. FERRY & SONS arc now opening the largest assortment of fall and winter goods brought Into this market the current year among which are staple and fancy Dry Goods, uotnmg, uoots and Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery and Medicines in great variety, wmcn tney oner ior sale upon the Cafh or Ready Pay System, at prices that can he Detter Judged or oy personal examin ation, to which they respectfully invite the public generally. 1 121 Grand llaven, September ioji. MARINE LIST. Steamer Empire, Fox, arrives on Mondays, Wed npRflftvi. and Fridays of each week. Steamer Algoma, Shoemaker, arrives on Tues days. Thursdays, and baturdays or each weeic Steamer Algoma, Shoemaker, leaves on Monday, "Wednesday, and triday of each week. Steamer' Empire, Fox leaves on Tuesday, Thurs day, and Saturday of each week. ARRIVALS Sept. 22-29 Sept. 22. Schr. Benton, Jones; Hudson, Clides- dell. SeDt. 23. Schr. Lizzie Throon. Clidesdcll Sept. 24. Schr. New Hampshire, Warren ; S. B. Telegraph, Brown. Sept 25. Schr. Warren, Munro ; Reindcer,Flood Sept. 26 Brig Enterprise, Miller: schr. P. Hay den. Carey; C.Walker, Hubbard: Illinois, Mins. key ; L. P. Hilliard, Turner ; S. B. Telegraph,Brown, U.S. Mail; schr. Buenos Ayres, bmith; Henry Clay, Smith; Koanoke, uaiton; A. narwood, tjnai loner; Telegraph, Henderson. Sept.27 28. No arrivals. Sept. 2D. S. B. Telegraph, Brown, U. S. Mall brig Philadelphia, Booth. CLEARED, Sept. 22 S. B. Telegraph, Brown, U. S. Mail. Sent. 23. S. B. Gen. Harrison, Phcatt. Sept. 2 k Schr. Lizzie Throop, Clidesdcll, 89,000 ft. lumber, 4U,ouu shingles, w.wv latn; nuuson Clidesdcll, 83.000 staves ; New Hampshire, Warren 80.000 ft. lumber. 20.000 lath Sent. 25 Schr. Benton, Jones, 100,000 ft. lumber: brig Boston, MrGill. 100,000 ft. black walnut and cherry lumber; h. B. leiegraph, lirown, L. . Jian bept. 20. No departures. Sept. 27. S. B. Telegraph, Brown, U.S. Mail schr. L. P. Hilliard, Turner, 110,000 ft. lumber 20, 000 shingles;Tclegraph.Hender$on.cargo unknown; Vermont, Nelson, 90,000 staves; Illinois, Minskey, 80,000ft. lumber; Roanoke, Dalton; Buenos Ayres, Smith; Ilenrv Clav, Smith. Sept. 28 Brig Buffalo. Davidson, 3000 bushels wheat, 100 bbls flour, 100,000 staves, 100,000 ft. blk walnut and cherry lumber; Enterprise, Miller, 50, 000 ft. lumber. Sept. 20. Schr.Warrcn, Munro, 80.000 ft. lumber; Mariner, Reed, G0,000 ft. lumber ; 1 Harden, Carey, 100,000 staves ; S. B. Telegraph, Brown, U. S. Mall. FREIGHTS. Lumber, 10 to lis per 1000 ft.; Lath, 2s per 1000; Shingles, 15 to 20c per 1000 ; Staves 20s per 1000. MAUKET9 Grand Haven. Lumber 4,50 a 5,00 pr. M. Shingles 1.13 a 1.38 pr. M. Lith 1,25 a 1,38 pr. M. Staves, S3 to Opr. M. Shingle bolts $1,00 a 4.50 per cord. Saw logs 2,50 a 3,00 pr.M. EARLY POTATOES. The undersigned ha9 on i hand some very early potatoes, ripening in about six weeks, of which he will be happy to furnish a very few gratuitously to any of his friends in this countv who may wish them for seed. Mill er's rule, " first come, first served. 12tf. L. O. SMITH. Mill Point, September 17, 1851. 11 Pay up, and save your credit" ALL those indebted to E. J. Avery, of Grand Haven, either by note or account, for Funer al expenses, arc requested to call immediately, and settle their demands, and save the expense of any further publication. The subscriber is now prepared to furnish on short notice, Collins, made of a variety of mate tcrial, and will attend promptly, to all business in trusted to his care. Stf.J Grand Haven, Aug. 27, 1851. E. J. Avery. 91111 Point and Clittngo Ex pits Packet. OCTIfinKFR WARREN", makoa remilar consigned to us, that are shipped on our ves sels. Apply on board for freight or passage, or to 5tf.l Hopkins & Brothers. Mill roint, Ottawa Co., Michigan. PAINTS &c White Lead in oil, Red Lead, Lith arge, Umber, Sugar of Lead, Chrome Red, Chrome Green, Crhome Yellow, Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, Whiting, Glue o. 2 and 1-2, Milli ners' Glue, Linseed Oil, Snts. Turpentine, Copal Varnish and Japan, at the Mill Point Drug Store. DYE WOODS AND DYE STUFFS. Camwood, Fustic, Logwood, Redwood, Madder, Aunatto, Ext. Logwood, Alum, Copperas, Sal Soda, Carbon ate Soda, Cream Tartar, Tartaric Acid, &c, &c. At the Mill Point Drug Store. 12tf-l CIGARS. Real Trincipie, Regalias and Fenny Grabs, Also, Goodwins' pressed and Sarsa parilla mixed fine cut Tobacco. At the Mill Point Drug Store. 12tf. CONDIMENTS. Shakers' Sage, Sweet Marjo ram, pure Mustard, extract of Vanilla, Afri can Cayenne and African Ginger, both very strong : also Nutmegs, Mace and Cassia. At the Mill Point Drug Store. 12tf.I HECKER'S Farina. Pearl Sago, Arrow Root.and Tapioca at the Mill Point Drug Store. 12tf. rpo ENGINEERS. Emery (flour, and Nos. 12,) L Refined Borax, Salammoniac and Prussiate of Potash, for sale at the Mill Point Drug store. OXALIC Acid for removing ink stains and iron rust from clothing, at the Mill Point Drug Store. J12tf.l CHLOROFORM, Just received at the Mill roint Drug Store. WANTED. To contract with some responsi ble person to get in five millions of feet of Saw Logs, from our land, at the head of the Bay ou. We have two miles of good Rail Road, run ning into the heart of the timber, with two cars up on it, and every thing in a good state of repair to do business. House and furniture, barn, five yoke of oxen, one span of horses and all the supplies necessary will be furnished if required, to an ener getic go-ahead man We will give a good con tract. f5tf. Hopkins & Brothers. Mill roint, August 1, 1851. TWO thousand cords of seasoned Tine and Oak Wood, delivered on the wharf, at our steam mills for sale cheap, by 5tf. Hopkins & Brothers. Mill Point, August 1, 1851. "VTO USE TALKING. Ladies and Gents: Call 1A on us for cheap and fashionable Goods, at Mill Point. 5tf. Hopkins & Brothers. 1?NGINE AND BOILER, Eighteen Horse Pow jlj er a good one 5tf.J for sale. Hopkins & Brothers. Prices Redaced!!! LADIES Summer Dress Goods, Gents. Summer Clothing, Bonnets, Palm Leaf Hats &c. &c, at reduced prices, by F. B. Gilbert. 'ABLE SALT, on hand, and for sale low, by F. B. Gilbert. B RANDY and Port Wine, warr anted pure, for sale by F. B. Gilbert. Chicago. Lumber0,00 a 0.50 pr. M. Shingles 1.50 a 1. 83 pr.M. Lath S1.75al,88 pr.M. Staves, $7,00 pr. M. Shingle bolts $7,00 i per cord. J Cnh EtaLllihmt ut, nt Wholesale or Ilt-tnl'. THE great rush for goods this Fall will be at the Brick Block, on Monroe street, occupied by the subscriber, who is now known throughout the Grand River Valley as having the largest establish ment in the country ; occupying two stores, one for Hardware, the other for Groceries and Dry Goods : great inducements arc now offered to the public in selling all kinds of goods at the lowest cash prices. I have already received large addi tions to mv creneral asssortment, and will continue to receive as often as the Steam Propellers shall arrive at Grand Haven with goods tor this eity,un til the close of navigation. Residents of the sur roundinc counties coming to this city for their sup plies will always find it for their interest to call at mv establishment before purchasing. riOtf Wm. II. McConnell. Grand Rapids, September 2, 1831. COOKIVtt AM) PAULOlt STOVES. JUST received my Fall and Winter supply of stoves, samples of the same all in order for the inspection of housekeepers; they are superior in design and quality of metal for variety the fol lowing will show. Pr t oo l"s: Stove Forest Air-Tight, Krng of Prairie, Eagle Hot-Air, Great Western, Iron Monarch, Prairie Flower, Clinton Air-Tight and Union Ventilator. Iivi ; toi tu , ..r'orSfove. Floral Air-t'.irht, Imperial, Irving, Self-Regulator, Condenser, Fold ing Door and Mountain Queen. The last one named i3 "the stove of the sea son, these, together with a tun supply ot heavy plate stoves, suitable for the church, school-house, work shop, hotel &c, make up a very fine assort ment worthy the attention of those who intend to buy stoves this fall. Wm. II. McConnell. CIDER VINEGAR, a superior article, for sale by F. B. Gilbert. L EMON SYRUP, Just received and for sale, by F. U. lilLBSRT. C ORN MEAL, fresh ground, for sale by r . 1. lilLBERT. c ORN and Oats, on hand and for sale by F. B. Gilbert. DRIED APPLES, a superior article, for sale cheap, at F. B. Gilbert's. fi OTEAMBOAT GEN. HARRISON, Capt. I. T. Pheatt, will for the balance of the season make five day trips, between Grand Haven and Chicago, touch ing at St. Joseph and Kalamazoo. Leaves Grand Haven. leaves Chicago. Monday, September 29. I Friday, September 2(5 4. 9. 14. 20. 25. 31. 6. 11. 17. 2'2. 27. Saturday, October Thursday, " Tuesday. " Monday, " Saturday, " Friday, Thursday, November Tuesday, . 44 Monday, Saturday, Thursday, 133w. Wednesday, October 1 Tuesday, 44 7. Saturday, 44 11. Friday, ' 17. Thursday, 44 21. Tuesday, 44 8 Monday, November ,i Siturday, tnday, Wednesday, Tuesday, Saturday, A N assortment of Ladies Dress Goods, can be A found at Ferry & Sons. A Superior article of Ladies Kid Gloves, as well as Silk and Lisle do., for sale, at Ferry & Sons. rpiIE heaviest assortment of ready made Cloth JL ing, Flannel, Knit, Hickory and Fine Shirts brought into Grand Haven, can be found at Ferry & Sons. TOOTS & SHOES, in great variety, Including JLJ Ladles Gaiters, half do., Polka Ties. Kid Tics and Slip3 at Ferry & Sons. A NEW lot of Mill Saws, of 44 Ferry's Pattern." xv. l or sale at Ferry & Sons, OHERIFF SALE. By virtue of two executions issued out of the Circuit Court, for the County of Kent, State of Michigan, to me directed andde- livered, against the goods and chattel, lands and tenements of John Rice. One in favor of Amos Rathbone, and one in favor of Thomas Bentley and John Orr. I have levied upon all the right, title and interest of said John Rice, of in and to the following described lands and tenements to wit : The north-east quarter of the north-west quarter, and the south-east quarter of the north-west quar ter of section number thirty-three, (33) in township numner seven, m norm, ot range number thir teen. (13) west; in the County of Ottawa and State of Michigan. Which .1 shall expose for sale at Kublic auction, as the law directs to the highest idder, at the Court House in the villaeeof Grand Haven, in Ottawa County, that being the place of . holding the Circuit Court ot said County, on Thurs day the thirteenth day of November next, at one of the clock in the afternoon of that day. Dnterl at Grand Haven, the 25th day of September, 1831 I13w7 Asa A. Scott, Sheriff of Ottawa Co. QYRINGES, Metal and Glass, an assortment for saie at the Mill Point Drug Store. September 20, 1831. 13 T) ERFUMERY. Otto of Roses. Musk. Oil Rhodi X nm, Bitrgamot, Jasmin, Lavender, Rosemary, elegant Hair Oil, Bears Oil and Cologne, at the Mill roint urug oiorc, iu J 31. 8. smith. T7SSENTIAL OILS.-OII Cloves. Cinnamon. Cu .lid bebs, Lemon, Anise, Pennyroyal, Juniper, Lavender, Spike, Peppermint, Origanum, Sassa fras, Cedar, Wormwood, Wintcrgrccn, Tansv, Spruce, Amber, Hemlock and Creosote, at Smith's urug store, roint. ocpt-uy, ib-n. 13J ATTENTION 11 OTTAWA COUNTY 1 11 For four weeks from date you can buy Crockery, Olas$ Ware. LooHngrjlasses, and some Dry Goods cheaper at Smith's Drug Store, Mill Point, than any wncrt in Western JUicMwn. September 27, 1851. fllf L. M.S. Smith. WATER 1 WATER 1 1 A full supply of cistern Pumps and Water Rams, together with any quantity of lead pipes from 1-2 to 2 inches, also sheet-lead and zinc, by Wm. 11 McConnell. I RON and Steel at reduced prices for cash, and now on hand a large assortment of Iron and Cast Steel, German and Spri ng Steel, English and American Blister Steel, for sale by v m. II. McConnell. ANVILS, together with all other Black Smith tools for sale by Wm. II. McConnell. ROCERIES and Dry Goods, now receiving VJT from the Eastern markots, cheap for cash by Wm. II. McConnell. T7EATHER BEDS. The undersigned has for 1 sale, six good Feather Beds. For terras apply at this office. Henry Pennoyer. STATE LAND OFFICE, Lansing, August 30. 1831. NOTICE U hereby given, tliat the following des cribed University, Primary School, Sate Build ing and Normal School Lands, situated in the Coun tv of Ottawa, forfeited for non-payment of inter est ; will be oifcrrcd lor sale at public auction, on Wednesday, the 15th day of October next, at 9 o clock A. M., at this office, unless previously re deemed according to law, viz : University South-east qusirter of the north east quarter, section twelve, town seven north, rans?c tourtecn west. Primary School North-cast Quarter of the south west quarter, section sixteen, to wn six north, range thirteen west ; also, south-west quarter of the north east quarter, section sixteen, town seven north, range fourteen west. State Building South half of the north-west fractional quarter, section twentj', town eight north range sixteen west ; also, north fraction of north east quarter, section twenty, town eight north, range sixteen west. Normal School South-east quarter of the south west quarter, section fourteen, town seven north, range thirteen west. porter jkjbbee, 4wl0 Commissioner. Keep it before the People. THAT Henry Griffin's Variety Store, is the place after all, to buy Goods right for cash. The undersigned hereby gives notice, that after the first of September 18 1, no goods will be char gcd in account, to any one ; for the r sason ho is satisfied that all retail business, shou.d be conduc ted unon exclusively ready pay terms he believes it will be for the interest of buyer and seller. All persons indebted, whose accounts or paper are past and over due, are respectfnlly requested to make some kind of a settlement forthwith. N. B. He will buy shingles, cordwood, shingle bolts and most kinds lumber, and pay one half cash and half in goods. 9tf. Henry Griffin. BROOMS, by the dozen, or single for sale cheap, by F. B. Gilbert. PATENT Grain Bags, for sale by F. B. Gilbert. T RUNKS and Carpet Bags of all sizes, for sale by F. B. Gilbert. A N assortment of books for sale at Levi Shackleton s. Y. FIIIE I Flit 13 I ! FIKIS ! 1 1 The iI5tn ! n ue Compni-y of I Men, A CAPITAL STOCK. S125.000. THE undersigned having been appointed agent for the above Company, is now prepared to insure Dwelling Houses, Stores and ail kinds ot buildings, Household furniture, Merchandise and other property and the risk of inland navigation and transportation against loss, or damage by fire. Also, Steam mills. Lumocr rards, Maenine snops and Foundries. He will also insure property under the Farmers Mutual Department, at low rates. V es scls and Steamboats will be insured under the Ma rine Department. Office, v ater street, Grp.nd Ha ven, Michigan. w illiam m. jerky, Agent. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, : At a session of the Probate Court for -said Coun ty of Ottawa, holden at the office of tho Judge thereof, at Grand Haven, on Saturday, tho 23d day of August, In the year ono thousand eight hundred and fifty-one '.Present, Wjllium Hath away Jr., Judge of Probate : In tho matter of the estate of Ira Atwatcr, deceased : ON reading and filing the petition, duly verified, of tho heirs of said deceased, praying that Merritt B. Atwatcr, bo appointed Auministratoron the estate of 6aid deceased, situated in Pierre Mar quette, Mason County, Michigan. Thereupon it is ordered, that Thursday, the eleventh day of Sep tembernext, at one o'clock In the afternoon, be as signed for the hearing of said petition, and that the heirs at law of said deceased, and all other per sons interested in said estate, are required to ap pear at a session of said Probate Court, then to be holden at the office of the Judge thereof, at Grand Haven, and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of tho petitioners snouid not be granted: and it is further ordered, that said petitioners give notice to the persons interested in said estate, of the pendency ot said petition and tnc Hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this order to be pub lished in tho Grand River Times, a newspaper prin ted and circulating in tho County of Ottawa, three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. A true copy. J William Hathaway Jr., 81w. Judge of Probate. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. State of Michigan, in Ottawa County Court. Stephen Batchcldcr, PlfF. ) vs. In Attachment. Francis Batchcldcr, Deft. ) "VTOTICE is hereby given, that on the twelfth day xN of March 1S.31. a writ of attachment issued in the Court ubovo named, wherein the parties above named were plaintiff and defendant, that tho sum claimed, due from the plaintiff to the de fendant In said writ, is tfie sum ot three thousand dollars, that said writ was made returnable on the second Tuesday of May, in the year eighteen hun dred and fifty one, and that as appears from the re turn of said writ, property has been attached there on, and that the defendant above named could not be found. Dated at Grand Haven, this 13th day of May, A. D. 1831. Stephen Batciielder. PUT. By Rathbone & Miller, his AWys. Sw'J INSURANCE. The undersigned is agent for the Hartford Aetna and Photectiox Inc ranch Companies. Tho companies ore possers cd of a largo surplus capital, reserved solely to meet losses, nnd by their fair, honorable and prompt payment of all damages for which they have been liable, and their well tested ability, have placed themselves at the very head of all Insurance Companies. Each of them recently paid to the citizens of St. Louis one hundred and forty thou sand dollars, without requiring them to wait tho sixty days to which their rules entitle them. These Companies levy no assessments upon the insured. He is also, agent for the Trenton Insurance Co., which divides its profits among the insured. This is a new company and is doing a heavy busi ness. The undersigned Is also, agent for the New York Life and Trust Company, which ranks among the most able and safe institutions of the kind in the world. F. II. Cuming. MILL POIXT CHEAP CASH STORE. THE undersigned has just received, and is now opening large additions to his stock of goods, which he proposes to sell very cheap for ready pay, to which he invites the attention of the public. His stock of drugs and medicines is greatly enlar ged and now embraces nearly all the articles usu ally called for in this market; including Paints, Oils, and Dye Stuffs, Dry Goods and Groceries ; my stock contains some articles worth having, such as Sheetings, Prints, Muskcto Netting, an indis pensable article in this quarter; Tea, Coffee, Su gars, Rice, Codfish, Bar-6oap, cheap Candles, Crack ers by tho pound or barrel. Also a new and splen did assortment of Crockery and Glass ware, Look Ing Glasses &c, &c. A choice lot of shelf Hard ware, Window Glass nnd first quality Nails, cheap er than ever before offered in this market. Tin ware, Stoga Boots, Powder, Shot, Lead, Caps, and "Wash Tubs in any quantity. No trouble to show goods call and see for yourselves. ritf. Mill Point, July 2, 1851. L. M. S. Smith. Mortgage Sale. TEFAULT having been made in the payment JL of a certain sum ot money, secured to be paid by indenture of Mortgage, bearing date the six teenth day of October A. D. eighteen hundred and forty-eight, executed by Sherly Hammond, of Ot tawa County, State of Michigan, to Francis B. Gil bert of the same County. On which Mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date of this no tice, the sum of one hundred fifty-two ninety-six hundredths dollars, for the collection of which, or any part thereof, no suit at law or in equity has been commenced. Notice is therefore hereby giv en, that by virtue of a power of sale, in said Mort gage contained, and in pursuance of the statute in such case made and provided, the premises there in described to wit : The south-cast fraction of the south-east quarter of section eleven, and lots num bered one and two, and the south-west quarter of the north-east quarter of section fourteen, all in township eight north, of range sixteen vest, containing in all one hundred sixteen and thirty one hundredths acres, according to government survey, will be sold at public vendue, to the high est bidder, at the Court House, in the village of Grand Haven, in said county of Ottawa, on the twenty-eighth day of October, A. D. eighteen hun dred and fifty-one, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said dav. Francis B. Gilbert, Mortgagee. Grand Haven, July 2S, 1831. 13wi.J QAWINO ON SHARES. The subscriber will O saw during the season of 182, 3,000,000 feet of best quality pine logs, for ono half. He will receive the logs in rafts, at any point on Lake Mus kegon, and deliver the lumber on the dock, at his steam mill. He has also a siding machine, in op eration, which he will run at the same rate, In con nection with his saw mill. 90m. 1 Muskegon, Sept. 1, 1851. George Ruddiman. 20,000, BUSHELS, WHEAT WANTED. WE will pay six cents per bushel, above Grand Rapids prices, for 20,000 bushels choice win ter Wheat, delivered at our Warehouse. Grand Haven, Aug. 23, 18 )1. Giliiert & Co. MESS PORK, Flour, Lard and Dried Apples, constantly on hand and for eale cheap, by the barrel, or retail, at ptf. Griffin's. ONE PRICE CASH ST0HE. THE subscriber has received during the last three months a general assortment of Staple Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps and Straw goods, Boots and Shoes, Crockery, Hardware, Groceries &c, &c, making his assortment the most complete in the county which he offers for ready pay only, at prices that cannot fail to please. His stock con sists in part of the following articles: liry (.(h(H. j-4 heavy and medium brown sheetings, 3-4 4-4 and 5-4 iine do., 3-4 4-4 and 5-4 bleached do., brown and colored, cotton and linncn drills, striped shirtings, ticking and Osuaburg cot ton batts, wick and wadding, broadcloths, cassi mcrcs. satinets, tweeds, Kentuckey Jeans, satin and Valencia vestings and every description of summer goods for Misses and Boys wear. .lire ...tu iSiv. New styles, plain and figured, 3-4 and 4-4 lawns and muslins, Bareges, and Barege DcLaincs, Poplins and linnen lustres, black and colored Alapaccas, English, Scotch and American Ginghams, mourning Ginghams and prints, 4-4 English prints of Tlios. Hoyle & Son's manufacture, 4-4 English shirting prints do., Mer rimack and Cocheco prints, Apron checks, cotton and wool and wool Flannels. liiovr, lt.tNic.y Ladies and Misses hosie ry of all colors, some of superior quality, plain and wrought Lisle thread gloves, wrought muslin collars, edgings and insertings, linnen hdkfs. all qualities, and Irish linnen, warranted all flax, barr ed and dotted cambrics and muslins, plain do., book, Swiss and Jackonctt do. cit ui -Brown linncn coats and vests, some for one dollar brown linnen and cotton drilling pants, overalls and frocks, satin, Marsaiiles and Valencia vests, Tweed sacks and coats of all qual ities, plain black, and fancy cassimcre pants, all styles, plain black, and fancy satlnett do., bleach ed cotton flannel shirts and drawers, white and mixed lambs wool do., red and blue flannel do., linnen and cotton shirts, striped, checked and cal ico do., oil cloth coats and pants, and every other article usually kept in a clothing store. iii.u ..l Cup Hats of the latest styles, mens and boys cloth and glazed caps, of every quality, from one shilling to one dollar, leghorn, straw and palm leaf hats, oil cloth and India rubber South westers. n.Mit owl Sho. Ladies "Jenny Lind" and "Polka ties," a new article ladies enameled busk- In and walking shoes, enameled boots and half gaiters do., plain do., slippers and shoetccs ladies slippers of good quality at four shillings. Boys and girls boots and shoes of every variety, Misses plain and enameled gaiters and buskins, do. boots and slippers. Mens calf and kip pegged boots, do. goat and imitation of goat, do. heavy kip and thick boots, do. double and single soles, do. enam eled and goat brogans, do. slippers, do. extra length water-proof kip boots. Uim--ii4 Stuart's extra syrup for family use, N. O. and P. R. Molasses, pulverized, crushed, clar ified and N. O. sugars, green and black Teas of a superior quality, Java and Rio Coffee, Tapioca, an excellent article for puddings, Currants, box and keg Raisins, Mustard, Rice, Starch, Chocolate, Spices ground and unground, Cavendish, Good win's pressed, and smoking tobacco, snuff &c, fine cut tobacco by the pound. iiiinitviirr. Table, Desert, Ten and Pocket Knives, German silver table and tea spoons, Files of every description, Hunt's and Collin's Axes, Cable, logging and trace chains, scythes and snaths, Hay forks, rakes and shovels, Wm. Rowland's su perior Mill saws, made to order, cast steel and cross cut saws, tennon saws, strap hinges, door trimmings, butts and screws, shoe and stove black- In IT thnfl eraKKtr, n rwl nk. Kmeloa Pairy. and strops of superior quality, Sad-irons, Drawing Knives &c. &c. Buyers In want of any goods, will do well to can nere oeiore purcnasing eisewnere. lJy-2J F. B. Gilbert Kortgage Sale. DEFAULT having been made in the payment of a certain sum of money secured to be paid by indenture of Mortgage, bearing date the twen ty fifth f'.ay of April, A. I). 1813 ; executed by Will iam 0. Comfort and Cornelia A Comfort, of the County of Ottawa and State of Michigan, to Hen ry Griffin, of same county and State, and recor ded In the office ot the liegistcr ot said county in liber A of Mortgages, on pages two hundred & thir ty-two and two hundred and thirty-three, on the thirteenth day of May, A. 1). 18 IS, at ten o'clock A. M. On which said Mortgage, there is claimed to be due at the date of tills notice, the sum of one hundred and ninety-seven dollars and ninety hun- arctns ot a uouar, ior me recovery oi which nu suitor proceeding at law, or in equity lias oeen in stituted. Notice is therefore hereby given, that by virtue of a power of sale in said Mortgage contain ed, and according to the statute in such case made and provided, the premises in said Mortgage des cribed, to wit : The cast half of the cast half of lot number four, (4) fractional section nine, (9) sit uate on the north bankofGraud River, in the town ship of Folkton, in said county of Ottawa, in town seven, (7) north of range number fourteen, (14) west, containing six acres more or less, and also the cast half of the east half of the south cast quarter of section number four, (4) in said town, seven, (7) north, range fourteen. (14) west, as divi ded bv a north nnd south line, through the centre of the cast half of the south east quarter of said section four, containing forty acres more or less, according to government survey ; will be sold to the highest bidder, at public auction, on the third (3) day of December next, ensuing the date hereof, at two o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the Court House, or place of holding Courts of record, in the village of Grand Haven, in said county of Ottawa, that being the place of holding the Circuit Court thereof. Dated Grand Haven, August 27, 1831. Henry Griffin. 813wJ Mortgagee. FI1ESII GOODS, AT TIIK CIIIJAP CASH VARIETY STCrT. NOW in store and to arrive direct from the Ira porters and agents of Manufactories in New York city, 5000 yds. Brown & bleached sheeting & shirtings, 5000 do. Prints, Ginghams, Lawns & Delaines, 2003 do. Cloths, Cassimeres, Tweeds & Ky. Jeans, 1000 pairs mens & ladies boots and shoes. 1000 ready made coats, pants, vests, shirts & over halls. 1000 mens & boys summer hats, & ladies bonnets. Grand Haven, June 20, 1851. ltf. IL Griffin. NEW GOODS. T7"E have just received from New York a large V and well selected stock of Dry Goods and Groceries, which we will sell cheaper than any oth er store in Ottawa county ; we will exchange for all kinds of lumber, shingles, bolts, saw logs, staves. nip uncos, wagon spoices, hoop poles, and for an kinds of produce. Those wishing to make good trades please give us a call, we arc on hand from a yard of tape to u steam saw mill. . C. Hopkins & Brothers. Mill Point, June 21 IS 51. ltf. A TTENTION1 LUMBERMEN.-Good Jobs. J.jL Cutting and hauling Logs during the ensuing winter, mny be obtained on application to ltf.l . Gilbert & Co' LOGS 1 LOGS !! Wanted, 500.000 feet Pine Lops 15 and 20 feet long, for which cash willl be paid on delivery. 10w Gilbert & Co. CASH will be paid for warranted No. 1 Shingles by ltf'J Gilbert & Co. SIMMONDS & DAVIS axes, for sale at Griffin's. 170RKS, Hoes, Scythes, liakes & Shovels, for sale . at Griffin's. 'IT T? I? A"d rifle powder, Shot guns and JL x JL re .'ercussian caps at Griffin's. CONGRESS Gold pens, with extension holder for sale at Griffin's. DRIED Apples, just received from Ohio, at Wm.M. Ferry's. TT7"ARNICX & BRYANS celebrated James River y V chewing tobacco for sale at Wm. M. Ferry's. Piquette's Gold Pens, Price Reduced ! ! DIAMOND POINTED. SI, 50 for Pen nnd Hol der. Persons in want of a fine finished Gold Pen, with a smooth point, will find a large assort ment to select from, at the manufactory, 117 Jef ferson Avenue, slate-colored front. Damaged pens re-pointed, medium 50 cents, engrossing 75 cents. Also, watch repairing, such as chronometers, du plex, anchors, patent levers, lapine and common watches, cleaned and repaired by skillful workmen. Also, a good stock of watches, Jewelry and silver ware, at reduced prices. K7" Damaged Pens sent by mail enclosing the amount for repairs in Post Office Stamps will be promptly attended. Detroit, 1851. URAM) HAVEN AND CHICAGO PACKETS. SfZ THE FAST SAILING Schooner LIZZIE L THROOP, Capt. Clidesdell, and IL LINOIS, Catt. Minskey, will make week ly trips to Chicago, during tho season of naviga tion. Orders for the purchase of merchandise, or transaction of any kind of business will receive prompt attention in Chicago. For freight or pas sage apply on board or to Ball & Martin, Grand Rapids. Gilrert & Co. Grand Haven. G. C. Morton & Co., J. R. II LO UN IK, Chicago. A CAItD. THE undersigned has taken the well known Washington House, in the village of Grand Ha ven for a time, where he will receive and cater for all of his old customers, and as many new ones as may feel disposed to call upon him, witn trie aid and assistance of James P. Scott, who will be ev er ready as well as the undersigned, to wait upon, and ir possible to give satisfaction to an mat may favor this House with a call. An addition has been made to the stabling of this establishment sufficient for all traveling custom that may want that kind of. accommodation. Du ring the present Administration of the General Government, this House and its appurtenances will be found at all times well supplied with everything needed for thetomfort of man or Deasi. f4tf.J Henrt Penkoyer. Grand Haven, July 24, 1851. I70R SALE. A good second hand Engine of : 25 Horse Power, with Cross Head, Slides &c., suitable for running two saws. Ai6o, one double waggon. gilbert r Co. BROWN Sheetings, for sale at Wm.M. Ferry's. IORK, a superior article for sale at the store of Wm. M. Ferry. CORN, a large supply at the store of Wm. M. Ferry. M ACKEREL, the best quality, now on hand, and . for sale by Wm. M. Ferry. BROOMS of the best quality, for sale at the store of Wm. M. Ferry. T?ANC Candies, Oninges, Lemons, Prunes, Figs, l uivisins and i by uts, received weekly and for sale LEVI fcHACKLETON. DETR Cat: OIT ALE, Sardines, Pickles and tomato sup, at Levi Siiackleton's. 1 )ORK and Flour, always on hand and for sale at Levi Shackleton s. rpiIE highest price pajd for Lumber, Shingles X and Mnnglc Bolts by Levi Siiackleton BLANKS. Deeds, Mortgages, Bonds, Marriage Certificates, &c, &c. For sale at this office. SHIPPING. The undersigned are prepared to contract for the delivery of all kinds of nro- duce consigned to Eastern markets, at the lowest rates. Gilbert & Co. NSURANCE. Marine Insurance on cargoes bound for Buffalo, can be obtained at the lowest rates on application to Gilrert & Co. Agents lor the .North-western Insurance Co. "T7LOUR and Salt on hand and for salo low, by .1- Gilbert & Co. ALL WOOL, English Carpets for sale cheap at Griffin's. 12, 14 & 15 inch super. Mill saw files, at Griffin's. MAYNARD & Noycs, & Davis & Blacks, superior writing ink for sale at Wm. M. Ferry's. "ITflSTAR'S Balsam of Wild Cherry for diseases of the lungs at Wm.M. Ferry's. DR. S. Sawyer's Fluid Extract of bark, a cure for the Fever & Ague, at Wm. M. Ferry's. LEMON SL GAR. A superior article, making a delicious beverage, these hot days manufac tured and for sale at the Mill Point Cash Store, by " J2tf.J a M. S. Smith. READY Made Clothing, Summer styles, for sale at Wm.M. Ferry's. WHITE Fish and Trout, in half barrels, just received and for salo cheap, by 0. B. Albee. WM. Rowland's seven foot mill saws, with teeth filed for use, of M Ferry's Pattern' for sale by Wm. M. Ferry. SILVER TOP. A pleasant temperance bever age, Sardines in whole and half boxes, Lob sters hermetically sealed, Pickled Oysters and Clams, by tho dozen or can. Also, mixed Pickles. Pure Brandy and Gin, for medical nse. For sale at Smith's Saloon. .MtU Washington street, Grand Haven.