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Steamer Empire, Fox, arrives on Monday, Wed
nesdays, and rridnys or each week.
Steamer Algoma, Shoemaker, arrives on Tues
days, Thursdays, and Saturdays of each week.
Steamer Algoma, Shoemaker, leares on Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday of each week.
Steamer Empire, Fox leaves on Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday of each week.
Oct. 14. Prop. Pocahontas, Worcester, 40 tons
merchandize ; schr. Telegraph, Henderson.
Oct 15. S. B.Teiegraph, Brown, U. S. Mail; schr.
A. II. Newbould, .
Oct 16. Schrs. Vermont, Nelson; Illinois, Mlns
key; Mariner, Irons.
Oct. 17. Schr. L. F. Hilliard, Turner ; N. Hamp
shire, Warren. ,
Oct 18. Schrs. Utile Throop, Clidcsdell; Roan
oke, Dalton. n
Oct. 19. Schr. Wm. II. Hinsdale, - ; S. B.
Gen. Harrison, Pheaif, S. S. Telegraph, Brown, U.
Oct 20. Brig Ana Winslow. .
Oct.21. Brig Enterprise, Miller.
Oct. 14. Schr. A. Ilarwood, Chnlloner, 40.000 ft.
lumber, 13 doz. tub, 170.000 lath, 40 bush, potatoes;
Benton. Jones. 80,000 ft. lumber, 150,fXK) shingles.
Oct. 15. 8. B. Gen. Harrison. PheatL freight and
passengers; 8. B.Teiegraph, Brown, U. S. Mail;
Prop. Pocahontas, Worcester; brig Enterprise, Mil
ler, 150 cords wood; Schrs, N. C. V alton,
100 cords wood ; N. Hampshire, Warren, 75.000 ft.
lumber ; Lizzie Throop, Clidesdcll 87,000 ft. lumber.
Oct 16. No departures.
not ii s. II. Telegraph. Brown, U. S. Mail.
Oct' 18. Schr. Lizzie Throop. Clidcsdell, 80,000
rt Jiimhpr. 40.000 shinzlcs.
Oct 19. Schr. Vermont, Nelson, 100,000 staves ;
A. H. Newbould, , 80,000 ft. lumber, 40 cords
Oct. 20. No departures.
Lumber, 10s to lis per 1000 ft.; Lath, 2s per 1000;
Shingles, 10 to k:uc per iuuu ; staves 'us per iuw.
Lumber 4,50 a 5,00 pr. M.
Shingles 1,13 a 1,38 pr. M.
Lath 1,25 a 1,38 pr. M.
Staves, $5 to 0 pr. M.
Shingle bolts $1,00 a 4.50
Saw logs 2,50 a 3,00 pr.M.
LumberG,00 a 0,50 pr. M.
Shingles 1.50 a 1.88 pr.M.
Lath $1.75 a 1,88 pr.M.
Staves, $7,00 pr. M.
Shingle bolts $7,00 i
per cord. J
' In the citv of Grand Rapids, on the 14th inst
by James Miller Esq., Sidney Scofield, to Miss
ABIGAIL HARVEY, or uus vniagc
At the Variety t nU Store, In Grand Haven.
MIE subscriber is now receiving by the Propel
lers, weeklv arriving nt Grand lfavcn, an ex
sive stock of Fall and Winter Goods, and would
announce to his numerous patrons and the public
in crcneral. that in consequence of the great in
crease of trade in the Grand River Valley, he has
found it necessary to enlarge and refit his store on
a scale suited to the extended patronage bestowed
on him ; and has great pleasure in stating that the
low prices of most kinds of goods in the eastern
market this fall, will enable him to offer induce
ment never before known in Grand Haven.
lirnrty mail Clothing. In this department the
stock will be found upon examination replete with
every description, workmen of first rate talent in
cutting and making are employed. In fact a cus
tomer may visit this establishment, with the ut
most confidence of having the best fit, from the
best goods, for the price. All ore made up from
our own cloths, in the latest style. Hats, Caps and
Under garments, Shirts, Cravats, Collars, Gloves
-and Mittens, Wool comforters, Suspenders. Woolen
and Worsted socks and stockings. A splendid lot
of Silk Plush Caps and Hats of every variety.
st.ip- .nut funcy Dry ioN. In which are
Woolen Blankets, Carpeting, Blue, Black and
Brown Broadcloths black Doe skin and fancy Cas
simeres. Troy mill Satlnetts, Tweeds, Kentucky
Jeans, Drills,'Ticklng, Woolen Plaids Vermont do
mestic Flannels, English and French Ginghams.
A splendid lot of fall style Prints and Delaines,
Red, White and Yellow Flannels, blue Denims,
striped Shirtings of best quality, heavy and light
Sheetings, fine brown Shirtings and Sheetings,
Cambrics, linncn and cotton Edgings, Lace, Mus
lins and trimmings In all their varieties, cotton Bat
ting, Wiekingnnd Wadding. Bay State long shawls
and Brocha shawls, linncn, cambric, and silk Pock
et Handkerchief's, tine Irish Linnens, Apron check.
Ladies Dress Goods, Thibet Merinoes, plain and
figured Alpacas, Poplins, Mohair, black and color
ed dress Silks, Ribbons, white and black silk
Hoot and Shoe. May be found here of every
description. Mens and boys stoga, Kip and calf
Boots, mens thick brogans, youths boots and shoes,
ladies gaiter and patent leather shoes, Rubber over
shoes, enameled and calf bootees, Infants shoes, &c.
HnifUvni-. Collins and Davis' Axes, Nails and
Spikes, parlor, box and cooking Stoves, from Erie,
Penn., warranted not to crack, at Grand Rapids
prices, hand saws, Knives and forks. Razors and
razor strops, spoons, Britannia and silver plated,
mens and boys skates, brushes, curry combs and
horse cards, stove blacking, bed cords, clothe lines
and nins. irimlets. nitch-forks. hoes and shovels.
wood saws, assorted files, lanterns, coffee mills, rat
and mouse traps, wire selves, wood taucets ana nu
mcrous smaller articles.
Titi AVu. Milk Tans, basins, pails, wash
bowls, dippers, cullenders and lanterns, caudle
moulds, dust pans, coffee and teapots, &c.
Yiiiikc Notion. l box Christmas toys, buck
skin and steel bead purses, pocket wallets, tuck
memoranda, lumbermens whips. Hooshier and
buck skin- lashes, regalia and Principe cigars,
matches, 1 bushel of combs, pins and needles, en
vclopcs and note paper, motto wafers, Indelible
ink, looking-glasses, toilet and shaving soap, car
pet bags and tacks, and smaller articles too numer
ous to mention.
fiwkiry, lnawnrr, Drugs ami Clicmlrnln.
7 by 9, 8 by 10 and 10 by 11 glass, putty, whiting,
red ami white chalk, red lead, glue, spirits turpen-
tinc, lurncr and Townsends sarsaparilia, Dr. Os
good's cholagogue, Dr. Moffatt's pills and bitters
irtntltm jifimnYim. Anln!ni niiitn nil ttlun rilla
magical salve and liniment, maccasser oil, French
, perfume, epsom salts, sulphur, castile soap, cream
tartar, Drimstone, sponge, magnesia, liquorice
peppermint lozenges senna, Ink, percussion caps
.powder, 6hot and lead, steel pens and holders, salt
c;rc-i le Sugar, loaf, powdered, crushed and
brown, molasses, teas, green, black, young hyson
fine and extra gunpowder and imperial ; coffee
old Java,. Rio and Brazil, rice, codfish, mackerel
best winter strained lamp oil, pepper, allspice, nut
megs, cloves, raisins, cinnamon, figs, currants, to
bacco, plug, cavendish, paper, chewing and bulk
smoking, saleratus, filberts, almonds and Brazil
nuts, pepper-sauce, Mac. snuff, mustard, pipes and
'Proviytniik'of oil kinls. Constantly on hand
which will be sold for cash cheaper than ever.
lt-m mt r. I keep goods on hand as short a time
as possible, and will sell at some price.
liGiyi Henry Griffin
To 'the Public New Boot and Shoe Store
TT MERRILL respectfully informs the inhabit
JLJL ants ot irand Haven and its vicinity, t
having withdrawn from the firm of Hatch & Mcr
rill -of Grand Rapids, of which lately ho was
partncr,hns located himself, in this place. He Is
now prepared to offer to the public generally, Boots
and Shoes of the best quality, and made in the
most fashionable- and solid style. His stock of
leather, solo and upper, lasts, &c., ln-ing entirely
new and selected with care, by himself; nnd as he
is provided with workmen on whom he can rely
he feels confident that gentlemen and ladies pro
v iding themselves with boots and shoes at his es
tablishment will be fully satisfleded. Shop lately
occupied uy Win. Uriel, one aoor nciow the Wash
xxigtoa House, ashington urcet. iwr.
C. B. ALBEE
HAS ngoln'rcturned from tho City with tho lar
Ht eUcttl Stork of Good, CYCr brought into
this market; comprising nearly every style and
grade to be found in tho city. Among them are
some entirely new stylet of Dress Goods very rich
and handsome ; all of which have been purchased
at the very lowest cash prico and will be sold accor
dingly. - My motto Is the nimlle sixpence conse
quently can and will sell lower than any other store
in town. My reasons arc obvious, when the i'jt
pence Is made, It has not got to be divided two or
three time among my partners, (as I have none;
tncrciorc I mean what I nay, ana especially invite
all to an examination of my goods and prices be
fore purchasing elsewhere, and I will prove the
above statements correct. G.
SHELF Hardware, Nails, Glass, Putty, Axes of
Collins, Simmons, Davis and Reynolds manu
facture, also Grindstone Fixtures, for Vale cheap for
cash, by C. B. Aldee.
INSURANCE. The undersigned is agent for the
Hartford Aetna and Protection Insu
rance Companies. The companies are possess
ed of a large surplus capital, reserved solely to
meet losses, and by their fair, honorable and
Erompt payment of all damages for which they
ave 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 the
6ixty 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. 11. Cuming.
NEW STORE. The Subscriber has just opened
at his heretofore known Grocery Store, an as
sortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and
Shoes and Provisions, such as Pork, Flour, White
Fish, &c., to anjexaminatlon of which the public
are respectfully invited. 15tfJ SimonJSimenoe.
TO THE AFFLICTED.
OAK-OIL, tluPanarfo,t1i Positive Curative.
The proprietor and inventor will stake his repu
tation, that this Oak-Oil will do all that he claims
and more, and he does claim that it will positively
not only relieve, but cure, Deafness, Weak Eyes,
Sore Eyes, Diarrhea, Piles, Salt Rheum, Chilblains,
Erysipelas, Fistula. Dandruff or Scrotfula on the
head, Neuralgia, Tic Douloureux, Rheumatism,
Headache, Burns, Scalds. Sore mouth and lips,
Fresh Cuts, Catarrh In the head, Bruises and
Sprains, in many cases the Teeth Ache, any old
Sore Leg, Barbers Sore Face, Chap in the groins or
other part, St. Anthony's Fire, Pnckley Heat, Dis
eases of the Spine. Rupture, prevents the hair from
falling out, by making the skin of the head healthy
and opening the pores, any kind of Cancer or
Canker, and all the different Rashes or Eruptions
of the skin, Chill Fever, Fever and Ague, Lung Fe
ver, Cramp in the feet, legs or stomach, Uiluous
Fever, and many other maladies arc cured as if by
magic! To insure a cure only follow directions.
This Oak-Oil being very lately made public, the
roprictor would refer to the best men and fami
lies in the State, for its wonderful curative proper
tics. The afflicted can easily write to anv of the
persons certifying to its merits. This Oak-Ooil
needs only to bo used, to be appreciated in any dis
ease that the flesh of man is heir to ; and nil this
can be done without paying a professiodal man a
dollar a visit by only exercising a little good
common sense and by applying effectually the
Detroit, August 5th 1851.
Certificate of the right Rev. Peter Paul Lcfeire.
Bishop, Coadjutor, c.,of the Catholic church
of the Diocese of Detroit.
Mr. James Scribner Esteemed Sir : Please allow
mo to say to you, that notwithstanding my very
great aversion to cure all medicines,! have applied
your Oak Oil to my head which relieves it of an
apparent load or wcight,and gives one a very pleas
ing sensation : tho same to my eyes, and l have us
ed it in case of the chafe, with very gratifying and
healing effects. And sir, I wish you would have a
supply of it left some where In this city, that I may
direct other persons as to its very happy effects.
i ours, wua fjrcui respect,
Peter P. Lefevre, B. C. C. C. D.D.
Detroit August 7th 1S51.
Certificate of Mr. Jeremiah Godfroy,for sixteen
years a resuie.nl oj ueirou, twelve years oj the
firm of Atkinson cj Godfroy, formerly of Mi
ca N. Y.
Mr. James Scribner Dear sir: Please allow me
to certify that I have been a sufferer from diseases
of various kinds from 1831 up to this date, and at
one time did quit my business of minting, on the
advice of a physician, and returned to the painting
business and followed it until about a year since,
during which time, and until I met you, nnd you
administered your Oak Oil to me I never knew
what It was to enjoy a well day, nnd I have been
relieved ot a partial deafness, my head has become
clear, and In short, I feel as if I had been entirely
made over, and as it were, entered upon life all of
a new; nnd, indeed, I owe so much to you or vour
Oak Oil, that I am willing to do or say anything to
induce you to extend the knowledge of your Oak
Uil throughout the entire world, and the Oil with
the knowledge; and please allow me to further say
that I have sent dozens of persons nfllicted with
sore eyes, sore heads, deafness and burns, to your
Depot, and I have heard but one opinion from hun
dreds In the city of Detroit, and that is that the
Oak Oil has helped and cured them, and if I can
do any thing to help you in any other way, you
arc at liberty to call and command it of inc.
Yours, with esteem,
This Oak-Oil may be freely used, as it is true that
if there Is no disease, there Is no effect produced
other than a prevention of disease ; and the nftic
tcd have only to Inquire of any person who has
used this invaluable curative, (Oak-Oil,) to know
the. above facts. James Scribner, Proprietor.
For sale by Ferry & Sons, C. B. Albee, Henry
Grihin, Harry Eaton, F. B. Gilbert nnd at the of
fice of the Grand River Times, by Barns & Angel,
general agents for Grand Haven and surrounding
P. S. The Oak-Oil is superior to Sloan's medi
cines in all diseases of horses npplied according
to directions given in cases of human diseases.
PAINTS &o. White Lend In oil, Red Lead. Lith
arge, Umber, Sugar of Lead, Chrome lied,
Chrome Green, Crhomc Yellow, Vcnitlan Red,
Yellow Ochre, Whiting, Glue No. 2 and 1-2, Milli
ners' Glue, Linseed Oil, Spts. Turpentine, Copal
Varnish and Japan, at the Mill Point Drug Store.
DYE WOODS AND DYE STUFFS. Camwood,
Fustic, Logwood, Redwood, Madder, Aunatto,
j.xt. Logwood, Alum, Copperas, ral Nxla, Carbon
ate Soda, Cream Tartar, Tartaric Acid, &c, &c.
At the Mill Point Drug Store. 12tf.J
STEAMBOAT GEN. HARRISON,
Capt. I. T. Theatt, will for the
balance of the season make five day
trips, between Grand Haven nnd Chicago, touch
ing at St. Joseph and Kalamazoo.
Leaves Grand Haven. Leaves Chicam.
Monday, September 2D. Friday, September 2fi
Wednesday, October 1.
Tuesday, 44 7.
Saturday. " 11
Thursday, " 23.
Tuesday, 44 2a
Monday, November 3.
UE7 MEU AND MSY GOODS ! !
AT CASH PIUC'KS.
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, Clothing, Boots
and Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery and
Medicines in great variety, which they offer for
sale upon the Cash or Heady Pay Histem, at prices
that can be better judged of by personal examin
ation, to which they respectfully invite the public
Grand Haven, September 23, 1851.
" 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, are requested to call immediately, and
settle their demands, and save the expense of any
The subscriber Is now prepared to furnish on
short notice, Coffins, made of n variety of mate
terial, and will attend promptly, to all business in
trusted to his care. 8tf.
Grand Haven, Aug. 27, 1851. E. J. Ayery.
Mill Point and dili-tigo Kxprrn Packet.
SCHOONER WARREN,makes regular trips
to Chicago. No charges on goods con
signed to us, that are shipped on our ves
sels. Apply on board for freight or passage, or to
(5tf.l Hopkins & Brothers.
Mill Point, Ottawa Co., Michigan.
"17"ANTED. To contract with some rcsponsi
t bie person to get in five millions of feet of
haw 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-uhead man We will give a good con
tract. f5tf. Hopkins & Brothers.
Mill Point, August 1, 1851.
rWO thousand cords of seasoned Pine and Oak
X Wood, delivered on the wharf, at our steam,
mills for sale cheap, by
5tf. 'Hopkins & Brothers.
Mill Point, August 1, 1851.
"VTO USE TALKING. Ladles and Gents: Call
JJl on us for cheap nnd fashionable Goods, nt
Mill Point. f5tf. Hopkins & Brothers.
IADIES Summer Dress Goods, Gents. Summer
J Clothing. Bonnets, Palm Leaf Hats &v.. &c., at
reduced prices, by F. B. Gilbert.
rpABLE SALT, on hand, and for sale low, by
X F. B. GlLIiERT.
BRANDY and Port Wine, warranted pure, for
sale by F. B. Giliiert.
CIDER VINEGAR, a superior article, for sale
J by F. B. GlLIiERT.
MON SYRUP, Just received nnd for sale, by
F. B. (ilLRKRT.
CORN MEAL, fresh ground, for sale by
F. B. Gilricrt.
10RN and Oats, on hand and for sale by
F. B. GlLIiERT.
a superior article, for sale
F. B. Gilbert's.
BROOMS, by the dozen, or single for sale cheap,
by F. B. GiLitERT.
I LATENT Grain Bags, for sale by
F. B. Gilbert.
rpRUNKS and Carpet Bags of all sizes, for sale
X by F. B. Giliiert.
N assortment of books for sale at
Levi Shackleton s.
fire: fiiiei: firem:
The JEtnn Insurance Company of Utlcn, IV. Y.
CAPITAL STOCK, S125.000.
ri"MIE undersigned having been appointed ngent
J for the above Company, is now prepared to
insure Dwelling Houses, Stores and all kinds of
buildings, Household furniture, Merchandise nnd
other property and the risk of Inland navigation
and transportation aytiinst loss, or dumayo by fire.
Also, otea m Jlills. Lumber lards, .Machine shops
and Foundries. He will also insure property under
the Farmers Mutual Department, at low rates. Ves
sels nnd Steamboats will be insured under the Ma
rine Department. Office, Water street, Grand Ha
ven, Michigan. William M. Ferry, Agent.
O AWING ON SHARES. The subscriber will
O saw during the season of lSW, 3.000,000 feet
of best quality pine logs, for one half. He will
receive the logs in rafts, ut 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. m.l
Muskegon, Sept. 1, 1831. George Rtdiuman.
STATE LAND OFFICE,
Lansing, August 30, 18.)!.
"VfOTICE Is hereby given, that the following des-
J..1 cnbed university. Primary School, hate lluild
ing and Normal School Lands, situated In the Coun
ty of Ottawa, forfeited for non-payment of Inter
est ; will be offerred for sale at public unction, on
ednesdny, the loth day of October next, at v o
clock A. M., nt this office, unless previously re
deemed according to law, viz :
University South-east quarter of the north
east quarter, section twelve, town seven north,
range fourteen west.
Primary School North-east quarter of the south
west quarter, section sixteen, town 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 twenty, 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 Kiiihee,
COOKI.VU AND PARLOR STOVES.
TUST received my Fall nnd Winter supply of
fj stoves, samples of the same all in order tor the
inspection of housekeepers; they nre superior in
design and quality of metal for variety the lol
lowing will show.
Premium Cooking Stove. Forest Air-Tight
King of Prairie, Eagle IIot-Air. Great Western
Iron Monarch, Prairie Flower, Clinton Air-Tight
UUU UIUUM ciuiiiuor.
Irving Cottage Parlor Stove. Floral Air-tight
Imperial, Irving, Self-Regulator, Condenser, told
Ing Door and Mountain Queen.
The last one named Is 44 the stove of tho sea
son," these, together with n full supply of heavy
plate stoves, suitable for the church, school-house
work shop, hotel &-c, make up a very tine assort
ment worthy the attention of those who intend to
buy stoves this fall. Wm. H. McConnell.
H7ATER I WATER ! 1 A full supply of cistern
Y V Pumps and Water Rams, together with any
quantity of lead pipes from 1-2 to 2 Inches, also
sheet-lead and zlncv by Wm. II McConnell.
I LEATHER BEDS. The undersigned has for
? sale, six good Feather Beds. For terms apply
at this office.
IRON and Steel nt reduced prices for cash, and
now on hand ft large assortment of Iron and
Cast Steel, German and Spring Steel, English and
American mister Steel, for sale by
Wx. II. McConnell.
NEW lot of Mill Saws, of u Ferry's Pattern."
j or sine ax r r.nui
OlfE PHICE CASH STORE.
THE subscriber has received during the last
three months a general assortment of Staple
Dry (Ibods, Clothing, Hats, Caps and Strawgocxh,
Boots und 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 cannbt fall to please. His stock con
slsts in part of the following articles :
Dry UfHMl. 4-1 heavy and medium brown
sheetings, 3-4 4-1 and 5-4 fine do., 3-4 4-4 and 5-1
bleached do., brown and colored, cotton and linnen
drills, striped shirtings, ticking and Osuaburg cot
ton butts, wick and wadding, broadcloths, cassl
mercs. satinets, tweeds, Kentuckey Jeans, satin
and Valencia vestings and every description of
summer goods for Misses and Boys wear.
Dri' i)mmIi Km, &. New styles, plain and
figured, 3-4 and 1-1 lavns nnd muslins, Bareges,
and lJarege DeLnines, Poplin and linncn lustres,
black and colored Alapaccas English, Scotch and
American Ginghams, mourning Ginghams and
prints, 1-4 English prints of Thos. Hoyle & Son's
manufacture, 4-4 English shirting prints do., Mer
rimack and Cbcheco prints, Apron checks, cotton
and wool nnd wool Flannels.
Cloves, Hosiery !tc. Ladies and Misses hosie
ry of all colors, some of superior quality, plain
and wrought Llslo thread gloves, wrought muslin
collars, edgings and insertings, linnen hdkfs. all
qualities, and Irish linncn, warranted till flax, barr
ed and dotted cambrics und muslins, plain do.,
book, Swiss and Jackonett do.
Clothlntf. Brown linnen coats and vests, some
for one dollar brown linnen and cotton drilling
pants, overalls and frocks, satin, Mnrsaillcs and
Valencia vests, Tweed sacks und coats of all qual
ities, plain black, and fancy cassimere pants, all
tylcs, plain black, and fancy satlnett do., bleach
ed cotton flannel shirts nnd drawers, white and
mixed lambs wool do., red und blue flannel do.,
nnnen and cotton shirts, striped, checked nnd cal
k-o do., oil cloth coats and pants, and every other
article usually kept in a clothing store.
Hats mid Caps. Hats of the latest stylcs,mcns
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
Unots nml Shoes. Ladies "Jenny Ltnd" nnd
" rolka tics, a new article ladies enameled busk
in and walking shoes, enameled boots nnd half
gaiters do., plain do., slippers and shoetccs ladies
slippers of good quality at four shillings. Boys
and girls hoots and shoes of every variety, Misses
plain nnd enameled gaiters and buskins, do. boots
md slippers. Mens calf nnd kip pegged boots,
do. goat and Imitation of goat, do. heavy kip and
thick boots, do. double and single soles, do. en am
cled and goat brogans, do. slippers, do. extra length
water-proof kip boots.
C'WH i-ricft. Stuart s extra syrup for family use,
. (). nnd r. K. Molasses, pulverized, crushed, clnr
iiicd and N.' O. sugars, green nnd black Teas of a
superior quality, Java nnd Rio Coffee, Tapioca, an
excellent article for puddings, Currants, box and
keg Raisins, Mustard. Rice. Starch, Chocolate.
Spices ground and ungrour.d, Cavendish, Good
win's pressed, and smoking tobacco, snuff &c, fine
cut tobacco by the pound.
Hardware. Table, Desert, Pen nnd Pocket
Knives, German silver table and ten spoons. Files
of every description, Hunt's nnd Collin's Axes,
;able. logging and trace chains, scythes and snaths,
liny forks, rakes und shovels, Wm. Rowland's su
perior Mill saws, made to order, cast steel and
ross cut saws, tennon saws, strap hinges, door
trimmings, butts and screws, shoe and stove black
ing, shoe scrubbing and clothes brushes. Razors
nnd strops of superior quality, Sad-Irons, Drawing
Knives &c. &c.
Buyers in want of any goods, will do well to
call here before purchasing elsewhere.
liy.J F. B. Gilbert.
20,000, BUSHELS, WHEAT WANTED.
TYTE will pay six cents per bushel, above Grand
V y Rapids prices, for 20,000 bushels choice win
ter Wheat, delivered at our Warehouse.
Grand Haven, Aug. 23, ISol. Giliiert & Co.
MESS PORK, Flour. Lard and Dried Apples,
constantly on hand and for sale cheap, by the
barrel, or retail, at (7tf.
A J er a good one for sale.
5tf. Hopkins & Brothers.
Keep it before the People.
rpiIAT Henry Griffin's Variety Store, Is the place
JL after all, to buy Goods right for cash.
The undersigned hereby gives notice, that after
the first of September ISol, no goods will be char
red in account, to any one : for the reason he Is
satisfied that nil retail business, should be conduc
ted upon 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 respectfully requested to make
some kind of a settlement forthwith.
N. B. lie will buy shingles, eordwood. shingle-
bolts nnd most kinds lumber, and pay one half cash
nnd halt in goods. 'Jtf. Henry Griffin. '
ROWN Sheetings for sate at
Ferry & Sons.
DAVIS, Simmons and Hunts Axes and C. W.
Hathaways Axes and Drawing Knives for
Ferry & Sons.
and Wrought Nails, and Glass, for sale at
Ferry & Sons.
17LOU1S, Pork, Butter, Corn, Oats &c, for sale at
1 Ferry & Sons.
OLD PENS for Sale at
Ferry & Sons.
DRIED Apples, jnst received from Ohio, at
Ferry & Sons.
7"ARnF0K & BR VANS celebrated James River
V f chewing tobacco, by the pound, paper, and
cans, for sale at
Ferry & Sons.
BOOTS & SHOES, In great variety, Including
Ladies Gaiters, half do., Polka Ties, Kid Tics
nnd Slips at Ferry & Sons.
"MIE heaviest assortment of ready made Cloth
ing, Flannel, Knit, Hickory and Fine Shirts
brought into Grand Haven, can be found at
Ferry & Sons.
MAYNARD & Noycs. & Davis & Blacks, superior
writing ink for sale at Ferry & Sons.
YTTISTAR'S Balsam of Wild Cherry for diseases
V of the lungs at Ferry & Sons.
DR. S. Sawyer's Fluid Extract of bark, a cure for
the Fever &. Ague, at Ferry & Sons.
N assortment of Ladies Dress Goods, can be
Ferry & Sons.
T ESSENTIAL OILS. Oil Cloves, Cinnamon, Cu
ll bebs, lemons, Anise, Pennyroyal. Juniper,
Lavender, Spike. Peppermint, Origanum, Sassa
fras, Cedar, Wormwood, Wintergrccn, Tansy,
Spruce, Amber, Hemlock and Creosote, at Smith's
Drug Store, Mill Point. Scpt.29, 18't. f 13J
ATTENTION 11 OTTAWA COUNTY Ml For
four weeks from date you can buy Crock ery,
Glass Ware, Loohingrilasses, nnd some Dry Goods
cjheaperat Smith's Drug Store, Mill Point, than
any where in Western Michigan.
September 27, 1851. fl3j I M. S. Smith.
1) ERFUMERY. Otto of Roses, Musk, Oil Rhodi
nm, Burgamot, Jasmin, lavender, Rosemary,
elegant Hair Oil, Bears Oil and Cologne, at the Mill
roint Drug Store, (13) L. M. S. Smith.
SYRINGES, Metal and 'Glass, an assortment for
sale at the Mill Foist Drug Store.
September 20, 1851. 13)
CIGARS. Real Principle, Regalias and Penny
Grabs, Also, Goodwins' pressed and Sarsa
parilla mixed flne cut Tobacco. At the Mill roint
AT TIIK CIIUAP CWHII VARIETY STORK,
"Vj OW iii gtoro and to arrive direct from the Im
Ll porters and agents of Manufactories In New
ouoo yds. Brown & bleached sheeting & shirtings,
fjOOO do. Prints, Ginghams, Lawns & Delaines,
2000 do. Cloths, Cassimcrcs, Tweeds L Ky. Jeans,
1000 pairs mens &, ladies boots and shoes.
1000 ready made coats, pants, vests, shirts & over
halls. . ,
1000 mens &bovs summer hats, & ladies bonnets
Grand Haven, June 20, 1651. Hf. H. Griffin.
Wr' have just received from Nety York n large
f T afrtl well selected stock of Dry Goods and
Groceries, which we will sell chenperthan any oth
er store in Ottawa county ; we will exchange for all
winus oi jumucr, sningics, Doits, saw logs, staves,
ship knees, wagon spokes, hoop poles, and for all
kinds of produce. Those wishing to make good
trades please give s a call, we are on hand from a
yard of tape to a steam saw mill.
8. C. Hopkins & Brothers.
Mill Point, June 21 1851. ltf.
ATTENTION ! LUMBERMEN. Good Jobs.
Cuttlng and hauling Logs during the ensuing
winter, may be obtained on application to
lltf-J Gilbert & Co
IOCS ! LOGS 1! Wanted. .100.005 feet Pine Logs
j 10 and 20 feet long, for which cnsli Willi be paid
on delivery. jlGwj
Gilbert A Co,
CASH will be paid for warranted No. I Shingle
y Iltt'J Giliiert & Co.
SIMMONDS & DAVIS axes, for sale at
170RKS, Hoes, Scythes. Rakes & Shovels, for sate
F. F. J
And rifle powder, Shot guns and
Percussian caps at Griffin's.
CI ONGRESS Gold pens, with extension holder for
i sale at Griffin's.
1rj kji antucs, uranges, Lemons, rrunes, figs,
. Raisins and Nuts, received weekly and Tor salo
by Lrcvi iriftprnr
DETROIT ALE, Sardines, Pickles and tomato
Catsup, at Levi SiiAckleton's.
I)ORK and Flour, always on hand and for sale
nt Levi Shackleton's. ,
rpiIE highest price paid for Lumber, Shingles
X and Shingle Bolts by Levi Shackleton
I)LANKS. Deeds, 3Iortgagcs, Bonds, Marriago
Certificates, &c., &c. For sale at this oflicc.
SHIPPING. The undersigned are prepared to
. contract for the delivery of all kinds of pro
duce consigned to Eastern markets, at the lowest
rates. Gilbert & Co.
INSURANCE. Marine Insurance on cargoes
bound for Buffalo, can be obtained at tho lowest
rates on application to Gilbert & Co.
Agents for the North-western Insurance Co.
ILOUR and Salt on hand und for sale low, by
Gilbert & Co.
4 LL WOOL, English Carpets for salo cheap at
i ty 14 & 15 inch super. Mill saw files, at
LEMON SUGAR. A superior article, making a
delicious beverage, these hot days manufac
tured and for salo nt the Mill Toint Cash Store, by
fc'tf.l L. M.S. Smith.
SILVER TOP. A pleasant temperance bever-
age, Sardines in whole und half boxes, Lob
sters hermetically sealed, Pickled Oysters and
Clams, by the dozen or can. Also, mixed Pickles,
Pure Brandy and Gin, for medical use. For sale at
Smith's Saloon. flOtf J
Washington street. Grand Haven.
A C Alt IK
rpiIE undersigned has taken the well known
.JL 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 icei uisposeu io can upon mm. witn the aid
and assistance of James P. Scott, who will be ev
er ready as well as tho undersigned, to wait upon.
mm it wtun; io fie puusiaciion io an mac may
favor this House with a call.
An addition has been made to the stablinzr of this
establishment sufficient for nil traveling custom
mat may want that kind of accommodation. Du
ring the present Administration of the General
Government, this House and its appurtenances will
be found nt all times well supplied with everything
needed for the comfort of man or beast.
f Itf.J Henry Pennoyer.
Grand Haven, July 21, 1831.
"17011 SALE. A good second hand Engine of
.1? 25 Horse Power, with Cross Head. Slides &c.
suitable for running two saws.
Also, one double
Gilbert & Co.
(iUAM) HAVEN IVI ClftTAGO PACKETS.
THE FAST SAILING Schooner LIZZIE
THROOP, Cat-t. Clidesdell, and IL
LINOIS, Capt. Minskey. will make week
ly trips to Chicago, during the 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.
Gilbert & Co. Grand Haven.
G. C. Morton & Co., i nr,,nnn.
J. ILHlgunin, j uSo.
Cnsli Erttabllhm-tit, ot Wlioloanlc or Mr lull.
rpiIE great rush for goods this Fall will be at the
J. Brick Block, on Monroe street, occupied by tho
subscriber, who is now known throughont the
( i rand River Valley as having the largest establish
ment in the country; occupying two stores, one
tor Hardware, the other lor (iroceries and Dry
Goods ; great Inducements are now offered to the
public in selling nil kinds of goods at the lowest
cash prices. I have already received large addi
tions to my general asssortnient, and will continne
to receive as often as the Steam Propellers shall
arrive at Grand Haven with goods for this city,un-.
til the close of navigation. Residents of the sur
rounding counties coming to this city for their sup
plies will always find It for their interest to call at
my establishment before purchasing.
lOtf J Wm. IT. McConnell.
Grand Rapids, September 2, 1S51.
ANVILS, together with all other Black Smith
tools for salo by Wm.H. McConnell.
GROCERIES nnd Dry Goods, now receiving
from the Eastern markets, cheap for cash by
Wsi. II. McConnell.
"T PECKER'S Farina, Pearl Sago, Arrow Root.and
XX inpiocaat tho Mill roint Drug Store.
rpo ENGINEERS. Emery (flour, and Nos. 1-2,)
.1. Refined Borax, Salammoniac and Prussiatc of
Potash, for sale at the Mill Point Drug store.
OXALIC Acid for removing Ink stains and trwii
rust from clothing, at the Mill Toint Prog
CONDIMENTS. Shakers' Sage, Sweet Marjo
ram, pure Mustard, extract of Vanilla, Afri
can Cayenne and African Ginger, both very strong ;
also Nntmegs, Mace and Cassia. At the Mill Point
Dmg Store. JKtf.J
Superior article of Ladies Kid Gloves, as well
. ns Silk and Llcle do., for Mile at
Ferry & Soys,