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The a rand Haven Lytetim
Will meet at the School-House, Thursday eve
ning, 30th Inst., to discuss the following question :
liesolved, That the annexation of Cuba to the
United States, by treaty or otherwise, would be
beneficial to us as a nation.
Disputants Aff., R. W. Duncan and George
Parks ; Ncg., Geo. Torrey and M. B. Hopkins.
S. B. Hopkins, Secretary.
Grand Haven, Dec. 27, 1852.
KENTUCKY RIFLE, P. and canister Pow
der, ! and No. 3 Shot, Bar Lead -and
u. Percussion Caps, at Ferry & Sons.
1)AINT BRUSHES A large variety at the Mill
Point Drug and Variety Store,
I M.S. Smith.
OrS at the Mill Point Drug Store.
L. M. S. Smitii.
33LATINA PENS, superior to gold in many res
pects. No ink will corrode them. For sal
at the Drug and Variety Store, Mill Point.
T INEN LAID. Commercial Note Paper, a benu
JLi t if ul article, at the Drng and Variety Store,
Mill Point. Li. m. o. smith
STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, ss :
IN the matter of the estate of Charles C. Marsh,
deceased : Notice is herebv given, that I have
appointed and do hereby appoint Monday the sev
enth dav of March next, and Monday the sixth
day of June next, at two o'clock in tho af.ernoon
of those days, at the house of Henry Pcnnoyer, in
Grand Haven, to receive, examine and adjust all
claims and demands of all persons against the es
tate of Charles C. Marsh, late of Oceana County
deceased, when and where all persons interested
are required to appear aud present their claims
with the necessary proof for allowance or bo
thereafter forever barred of all claims agahist said
estate; the sixth day of June next being the last
day of the time limited for creditors of the said
estate to present their claims for allowance. Da
ted at the Probate Office, in Grand Haven, the
sixth day of December, A. D. 1852. f7G
William Hathaway Jr., Judge of Probate
STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, ss :
At a session of tho Probate Court for the county of
Uttawa, iionien at tnc omcc ot the J udge thereof,
at Grand Haven on Tuesday the 21st day of Dec.
in the year one thousand eight hundred and fif
ty-two : Present, William Hathaway jr., Judge of
Prolate : In the matter of the Estate of Daniel
Application having been made this day for let
ters of administration upon said estate: there
upon, it is Ordered, that Friday, the fourteenth day
of January next at one o'clock in the afternoon, be
assigned for the hearing of said petition, and lha
the heirs at law of said deceased, and all other per
tious interested in said Estate, arc required to an
pear at a session of said Probate Court, then to be
liokien at the house ot llenry Pennoyor in Gram
Jiavcn, ami snow cause, it any there he, why th
prayer of the petitioner should not be granted
And it Is Jurthcr ordered, that said petitioner glv
notice to the persons interested in said estate, of
the pendency or said petition and the hearing
thereof by causing a copy of this order to be pub
lished in the Grand River Times, a newspaper
printed and circulating in the County of Ottawa,
three successive weeks previous to said day of
hearing. 70 w4. A true copy.
William Hathaway Jr., Judge of Probate.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, ss:
At a session of the Probate Court for said County
of Ottawa hoiden at the ollice of the Judge there
of, nt Grand Haven on Tuesday, the 21st day of
December, in the year one thousand eight hun
dred and fifty-two: Present, William Hathaway
jr., Judge of Probate : In the matter of the Es
tate of Henry S. Bennett, deceased :
A copy of the will of Henry S. Bennett late of Sen
eca county In the State of Ohio havin? been
iluly authenticated and presented to mc,Wm.' Hath
away jr., Judge of Probate in and for said county
of Ottawa by Lorctta Belinett executrix named in
said will, and to whom letters testamentary were
granted by Wm. Lang, Judge of Probate in and for
the county of Seneca and State of Ohio, and the
said Lorretta Bennett executrix aforesaid, having
petitioned this Court that letters testamentary from
the Court of Probate of said County of Ottawa be
granted to her In pursuance to the Statute in such
case made and provided; Thereupon it is ordered,
that Friday the fourteenth day of January next at
one o'clock in tho afternoon, be assigned for the
hearing of said petition, and that the lieirs at law
of said deceased, and all other persons interested
in said Estate, are required to appear at a session
of said Probate Court, then to be hoiden at the of
fice of the Judge thereof, at Grand Haven, and
show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the
petitioner should not be granted: And it is further
ordered, that said petitioner ivc notice to the ier-
ons interested in said Estate, of the pendency of
said petition and the hearing thereof by causing a
copy of this Order to be published In'tTie Grand
River Times, a newspaper printed and circulating
in the County of Ottawa, three successive weeks
previous to said day of hearing f A true copy. J
4w William Hathaway, Jr., Judge of Probate.
fAYNARD & Noyes & Davis & Blacks, superior
ItJL writing ink for sale at Ferry & Soxs.
Eoot3 and Shoes.
I TAKE this opportunity of tendering my thanks
to the public for their liberal patronage the past
year and trust I shall continno to merit tliir fa
vor. I have just received my fall nnd winter stock of
Leather; comprising lrench Calf Skins, Philadel
phia and Roanoke Kip, Spanish Sole ank oak tan
ned leather, nnd English Bend. I am now manu
facturing all kinds of work in my line, such as
mens' Dress Boots of the latest style, ladies' wear
of all kinds. Gents., jf you want boots in the
height of fashion, made of substantial material
.call and see mine, and buv CHEAP FOR CASH.
Grand Haven, Dec. 20, 1852. H. Merrill.
I AM continually manufacturing and have now
on hand BOOTS and SHOES made from the
best of Eastern Leather, which I will sell cheap
for cash. All kinds of work made to order. This
market has never been furnished with a better
stock than I now have. Now, Ladies and Gents, if
you want good work of a fancy or durable quality
call at my shop before going elsewhere. My work
is warranted ''not to rip." II. Merrill.
Grand Haven, Dec. 20, 1852.
Rasx! Old Rat! Clean ltrt2MI
ANY quantity of Clean Paper Rags wanted at
this office. Subscriptions to the u Times'"
may bn paid in Rags, and Rags will pay for our
inoney, tnerctore, produce the Rags.
September 2J, 1852.
Notice to Tax Payers.
THE Tax Roll for the year 1852 is In my hands
- and all whose names are therein written, are re
quested to make payment of all taxes assessed
.against ttiem. l will here give notice that no or-
dcrs except school orders, will be received from
i any one lor tne amount of his or her school tax.
T. W. White, Township Treasurer,
d Haven, Nov. 10, 1852. 74
Theliynrmer' Companion and Horticultural
TO bo published in Detroit, Mich., on the first
of every month the
Farmrr'i Companion & IlorUcult ural Gazette
n rrartiral and Scientific, Farming and Family pa
per: Cita's Fox. & Ciia'h Hetth r.iiunr T.Vvin
Coxi of Oakland Co. Corresponding Editor; J.C.
Holmes conductor of the Horticultural depart
ment; at the very low price of fifty Cent per
This paper will be printed on 10 extra sized oc
tavo pages, in good type, with engravings ; and ev
ery paius will be taken to make it a first ratejour-
ftPPy 10 UIA'S 1JETT9, Detroit.
I7ERRY SONS, agents for Radway's Ready
1 Medicines, Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry, Dr.
Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla, Osgood's
India Cholaffogue, Dr. Vaughn's Llthontriptic
Mixture, Phoenix Bitters, Davis Pain Killer,
Pond's Extract. Dalley's Salve, Scribner's Oak Oil,
Wright, Moflatt and Brandreth's Pills, togetner
with other patent medicines of the day.
DECEMBER Is upon us with his Icy fingers,
Gentlemen I provide j'oursclves for a cold
snap with one of those Petersham or Felt Over
coats that are to be found at 1ERRY & SO.NS.
TUST received from Cook f Gunn's Tool Fac-
J tory at Grand Rapids, an assortment of Axes,
Shingle Shaves and Frows, warranted.
FERRY tf' SUNS.
IVfEW ORLEANS, Havanna, Crushed, Coffee and
i 1 Powdarcd Sugar, Green and Black Teas, Kio
Coffee and Poland Starch, at FERRY SONS.
1 TESS rORK and Beef, Family Lard, G. R.
11 L Flour, Butter, Cheese, Beans, Onions and
Cabbages for sale at FERRY V SONS.
CANARY SEED for sale at the drug and vari
ety store, Mill Point. L. M. S. Smith.
TI CARBONATE of SODA, and Cream Tartar,
Xj by tho quantity at the drug store. Mill Point.
Dec. 8. M. S. bMITH.
ICELAND MOSS, a delightful medicine for the
sick, and makes delicious puddings for the
well, at tho drug store, Mill Point
DCC. 8. L. M. SS. SMITH.
ROUND PEPPER and Pimento, by the pound,
VT and warranted pure, at the Mill Point V ane-
ty Store. Nov. 20. 172 L. M. S. Smith.
I)ERFUMERY of all kinds Cologne, Bay Rum,
Lubin Extract, Oil Lavender, Bergamot, Cin
namon, Cloves and Peppermint, Ox Marrow,
Rose, Bear and Amber Oil, to be lound at
Feuky & Soxs.
TENNY LIND and English Laid, Letter and
I , i . i i I it 1 ' -1 I
fj cap i aper, large aim common uuu iMivuvei-
ones, white do.. Steel Pens, lad Pencils, Wafers,
Quills. Blank Books, Copy Books and Pock ct pi-
arics for 18o.J, at Ferry &iho8.
CIRCULAR SAWS for Lath and Siding Mills,
OATS and Corn just received at
OODA, Boston and common Crackers, fresh
kj irom tne uaKcry, ac i'kkiu ou.is.
in INGHAMS, Prints. Shirtings, Delaines, Al-
OT pacas and Thibet cloth, at Ferry boxs.
PEPPER, Allspice, Cinnamon, Nutmegs and
Peppersauce, at Ferry j Soxs.
Present for the Holidays.
CHRISTMAS and New-Years day are coming,
and there are some nice presents, such as
Fancy Candies, Baskets, Dolls and bkatcs, to be
1ERRY Co fcOXS
LASS LAMPS, Candlesticks, Lanterns, Cof-
VJ tee Willis, norsc uirus, curry ,oiniw nnu
Spring Balances, at
Ferry & Soxs.
ROCKERY. Blue and white ware, .common
J Cups and Saucers,
Castors, Platters and
Ferry &o Sons.
T7INE SHIRTS, Hickory nnd Flannel do., Knit
X Drawers and Shirts, bocks, at
Jerry & Soxs.
O ARDINES. A superior article for sale by the
box, cheap, at
Ferry $ Soxs.
CULVER, Plated, German Silver nnd metal
O Spoons, Rodgers jj4 Son's celebrated table and
pocket Cutlery, at 1-erry tf'fcoxs.
A LL persons are hereby notified that we have
XJL the largest stock of Goods ever brought into
this market, and that we arc prepared to sell with
the cheapest. FERRY & oONS.
T ADIES! Come and see our Broche nnd Long
JUi Shawls, and a superior article of Mu tilers.
FERRY & SONS.
GLOVES ! GLOVES ! ! Kid. Lisle Thread, Silk
and Woolen Gloves for Ladies and Gents., al
so children s Mittens to be found at
FERRY & SONS.
HOUSEKEEPERS! Ferry & Sons have every
thing in vour Hue: Iceland Moss, Tnpioc
and Farina for puddings, Rice and Pearl Barley
for Soups, Cfeam Tartar, Sup. Curb. Soda, Arrow
Root, Anise-seed, Caraway-sccd, Cloves and Nut
HO ! ye Wood Choppers ! Turn In to Ferry &
Sons stone and provide yourselves with an
Ax Hunt's, Simmon's, Water s, Davis' or Cook &
Gunn s, as will sun your taste ; Turned, and Stone-
burner s Helves also to be found there.
IGARS! "Jenny Lind" and the "Lone Star"
brand of Cigars to be found for sale at
FERRY & SONS.
ALL persons are hereby notified not to purchase
a note given bv me for thirty-live dollars and in
terest, dated March, 1851, payable in one year
Wright, Nov. 17, 1852. f72vlj John P. Dohm.
TULVEUISED Flax seed and Slippery Elm, at
X the Diugstorc, Mill Point.
TALMER'S Baking Powder, at Smith's, Mill
T CAN supply country merchants nnd others
JL with Epsom and Glauber Salts, Sa.1 Soda, Whi
ting, Chalk, &c, In quantities and nt prices to suit.
Mill Point, Nov. '2(3, 721 L. M. S. SMITH.
riALCINED CHARCOAL for cleaning teeth, and
Vy other medicinal uses, lor sale at Mill Point.
Nov. 20. 172 L. M. S. Smith.
TTECKER'S FARINA, Pearl Barlcy.Poarl Sago,
Tapioca and Arrow Root, at the Mill Point
drugstore. j,. M. S. smith.
C YRINGES Metal. Glass and India Rubber In-
O jection Syringes, Glass Ear Syringes nnd Glass
1' s and P's at the Mill Point Drugstore.
Nov. 20. 721 L. M. S. Smith.
GAME into the enclosure of the subscriber an
ox 10 years old, line back, brown sides, and
lirrH fnf 'Dm nwni la rnnnnctnH r nmvrt
property, pay charges, and take away said ox.
. Hannibal A. Hopkins.
Tolkton, Nov. 18, 1852. i70 tf.
Muskegon Tailor Shop.
rpHE undersigned has opened a "Shop nt Mtlskc
1 gon, and is ready to do all kinds-of jobs In
the line of tailoring, from coarse to fancy, at pri
ces which will cause no murmurs or complainings.
People of Muskegon and vicinity, your patronage
Is solicited, nnd satlsiuction guaranteed. ('Mt.
October, 1852. L. K. Devellet.
found at terry co noxs. iruituiu aim u , . ' " f.. "1 nn fine 500 Linnen A YEIi 8 CHERRY PECTORAL.-A never fail-
d wH1 (.ontinnc to rcceiv0 n1most wct.kiy, until Y4!"7j; 1Y ing remedy for coughs, colds, asthfua, &c
TOINER'S TOOLS such as Chisels, Squares, the close of navigation a Moj,nfiret variety of )nl J0 For sale by Gilbert & Co.
fj Hammers, Hatchets, Adzs, Augers, Gimlets. Ueady Made Clothing, of both Eastern & Western S.Jitf'
Hand and Back Saws, Chalk Lines and Screw Manufacture, which he can and will sell at a very e V.rAV A TKINS & Co s. justly celebrated Vi cut saws,
Drivers, at Ferry Soxs. iow per rentage above cost, every article warrant- "J ii. can bo found, now for sale at F. & Soxs.
QCRtWS. assorted No's., Tacks, Brads, Front CSS I Joso'Wooj Soeks &e. Boys Coat; 'and W XTTHITE FISH, in half bbls., and of best quality,
O Door, Chest and Tadlocks, Butts, Door trim- S(Tiption. Boots Shoes, Crockery j Gloss Bvp, Overalls, Ovcrsh.rts, Monkej Jackets, and ccr forwllely Gilhert&Co.
mings, Brass and Japaned LiftinHand at Sntion of our 'country merchants ANTEIX-500,0?eTt.lmooth. sound log7,
" f " f ' "V, n ' 'Z ut tl . 1. wes to our largo and sp endid s took, which will be sold V Y 10 feet long, for which cash will be paid on
Glorious News for Hill Point.
rpHE subscriber has just received the largest
stock of Goods he has
EVER BROUGHT TO MILL POINT.
SILK GOODS, Prints, uroadcioth, satinetts,
Vesting?, and all tho et etceras necessary.
2. His stock or Uli vus is unusually large, ana
will be found to comprise nearly every thing desi
rable in that line.
3. He has susrar, tea, coffee, rice, codfish, tobac
co, &c. &c, in the lino of Groceries.
4. Bcins determined to do business for ready
pay, I can and will sell goods cheaper than I could
afford to if I should sell on credit.
Just call and look and I am confident you will
purchase. fn71 tf.J L. M. S. Smith.
Mill Point, Jiov. is, is.'.
New Goods, at Reduced Prices.
C. DAVIS & CO.
RE now receiving a lanre and well selected
vl f,vu,..v.. ...v.- - - - I
f I 1 ' . 1 r.l, !..,!. I
W Viuuinig, cu'J "v." !u I
which will be sold cheap for Ready Pay. Tho
highest "price paid for Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Shingle Bolts and bquarc limber. 0tl.
Muskegon, Ottawa Co., Mich., Oct. 1, 18")2.
New Goods ! New Goods !
I?ERRY & SONS arc now receiving and opening
. the largest stock of FfU pud Winter Goods
they have ever offered la I hi market. Confident
that tho READY PAY SYSTEM is the best for
trade, they offer their Iprgc selection of Staple and
rancy uoods, Groceries, Hardware, Hoots ana
Shoes, Crockery. &c, &c, at prices that will ensure
the CASH TRADE of this vicinity.
Customers, both old and new. arc rcspecttuliy
Invited to examine our stock for themselves.
"Rparlv Made Clothing.
ENTLEMEN, Call and see Ferry & Son's large
ftSSo;tment of clothing. &c. Consisting of
uver uoats, l ine wres ana unuer oacs, ruuey
and Black Cass i mere Panto :
Plainand l-ancy .Sat-
in, Valencia and other styled Vests ; Silk and Wool
Wrappers, Knit and llanncl Shirts and Draw
TADIES Dress Goods, Fancy Shawls, Hosiery,
j Gloves and all the etceteras of ladies wear.
Now offered at Ifrry & Soxs.
September 20, 1853.
At the Variety, CHEAP CASH STORE.
rpiIE subscriber is now receiving, at the V ariety
.L Store opposite the Washington House, Grand
Haven, fresh supplies of
FO11I3I0N ait'l DOMESTIC GOODS,
Cash lid for Llimber, Shingles. Cord Wood,
ii ...i. .i.. p. p ir i..........
jmik, iojis, ai, oa.
Grand Haven, Aug. 12, 1S52.
I IV li nt
j A A PAIRS asssorted winter AvooIIen Punts,
I UU from 12 s. to $5 per pair, 100 Cassimcrc,
('loth, Valencia. Cashmere. Jean and Sattinett
Vests, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Socks and Mittens, at
unin i .
TADIES Dress Goods, plain and figured Alpacas.
j Poplin, white and red Flannels, 20 pieces crash
Toweling and Diapers, at Griffin's.
SILK nnd cotton Plush Caps, fall and winter
Ribbons, a rich variety of fiity pieces, Green
Vails, Handkerchiefs, Black Italian, Fancy Pock
et, Linen, Cambric and heavy silk Bandanas, at
HTT TT TTARLAEM OIL, Hoff-
. 11. 11. ill man's Anodyne and
Homeopathic vials, at the Drugstore.
AOV.20. f72 . L. M.S. SMITII
1 Zkf 1 a,M Extra Cal1" KIP aml Stoga Boots,
1)U from two to four dollars per pair, ladies
and gents. Rubbers, ladies and misses Shoes and
Bootees In variety at Griffin s.
SHEETINGS, fine and common, do. Shirtings,
do. Irish Linen, nt Griffin's.
TROADCLOTH Coats at $0, to $8, do. Pants,
15 from 32 to S5, at Griffin's. ?
A Fresh lot of Groceries and Yankee Notions
Fire t Fire 1 1 Flr I I !
Franklin Fire Insurance Company of Niw York
at Saratoga. Capital $400,000.
THE undersigned having been appointed nirent
for the above Company, is prepared to insure
Dwelling nouses, Warehouses, Churches, School
Houses, Stores, Hotels, Livery Stables, Barns,
Lumber Yards, Machine Shops, Tanneries, Saw
mills, Merchandise, Household Furniture, &c, at
as lw rates as any other good and responsible
company. Henry Griffin.
"X Bows and teamsters Whips, Window Glass,
' r V 0 -pi-8'
d House Trim-
V 7 by
9 and 8 by 10, Nails an
TNSPECTED White Fish and Mackerel, Best
X inter Strained Lamp Oil, Regalia and Com
mon Cigars, at Griffin's.
TUSTICE'S GUIDE. Tiffany's Treatise on Jus-
f J ticc's Courts, adapted to the laws of Michigan.
A full supply of this popular work just received
from the publisher. A remittance of $2,00, the
price of the work, will ensure a copy by return
mail, postage paid. Address or call at
Howe s Bookstore.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
SUGARS, Teas nnd best Rio CofTcc, in great
abundance, now offered for sale at
F erry & Sons.
NO USE TALKING. Ladies and Gents: Call
on .us for cheap and fashionable Goods, at
Mill Point. f 5tf.J Hopkins & Brothers.
BRANDY and Port Wine, warranted pure, for
sale by Gilbert & Co.
ilIDER VINEGAR, a superior article, for sale
LEMON SYRUP, Just received and for sale, by
Gilbert & Co.
"RIED APPLES, a superior article, forsalc
X cheap, at GilbertCo.
A Large variety of buck and woolen Gloves and
XJL Mittens for sale at
TURE PORT WINE for Medicinal purposes.
X Warranted genuine, lorsaloby
WADE & Butcher's superior Razors, Magic
Strons. cenuinc military hnvinff soanand
lather brMshc. at Ferrt & Sons.
.Vf P J C3 SSL 1 service on the said defendant
ITS, UlllS U1IU VHIIS, UUUIS UllU ttllUlS, JU1 113 I pBI..B A r,
Hr lini..na TIi n.. Mil ftrnwrlo. oiwl linvla. ULRDtN O. Y I
ions, Shelf Hardware, Iron, Nails and Glass, Glass ItFrw'
waro and Crockery, Stoves and Stovepipe. All of ct0"Lr i
e. for cash, or exchanged for lumber. nUh? .1. WZJS?Llccu . . delivery. Gilbekt & Co.
THE Undersigned would respectfully announce
to the citizens of Ottawa County that he is
nrennrp.l ta ln all kinds of Carpenter and Joiner
do allin a workman-like manner, or no pay. I
have constantly on hand all kinds of seasoned lum
ber, and prepared to furnish window sash, glass
&c., ready for use. Tendering my thanks to the
citizens for their liberal patronage in times past,
it is mv desire to serve you better in future.
28tf. James Barns,
Qurdcn O. Williams
STATE OF MICHIGAN,
John C. Porter and
John B. Porter.
In the Ottawa Circuit
A Writ of Attachment in the above entitled
cause was issued at tho suit of Garden O. Will
iams. Plaintiff, against the lands, tenements, goods,
chattels, moneys and effects, of John 0. Porter,
"nu on" "v1 uruV ,uulViu 11 V i A".!
fVi. mm cum er tii'n hiinilipl ntul spvpiit v.KPVOn flol
lars. and made returnable on tho 5th day of Octo
lmr An 1S.V nrwl l.nq l.oon rntiirnp.l without
NEW GOODS Just received at
Ferry & Sqns.
Grand Haven, May 4, 1852.
BUCK Wheat Flour, just received and for 'sale
at Ferry & Soxs.
. ,rrr ,rn, o t,,.. n
Aniiu ioi ui dimouwui rt-iry a imiuru. m0st fashionable styles, would respectfully an
1 or sale at I erry&Soxs. nounce to the citizens of Grand Rapids and its vi-
HECKER'S Farina. Pearl Sago, Arrow Root.and
Tapioca at tho Mill Point Drug Store. 1 12tf.J
i L :
"TTWT rniwivml ilrnn.l I'nni.lo mnl-a A vna on1
pi nraw-S l.ivcs. fnctorv nr res. nt iiivkix .
i 7 i . ' . I
- ! 1 I
(UTTER, 1000 lbs. good butter, on hand, and for
sale by Gilbert & Co.
TTiTTr n rrTci
First A i l l vol of the Season.
r TTr ailh.rihP- orn now rproivino-a enrul ns-
e n- nnnA nt,;n(; h, n-mj
Boots and Shoes, which they oiler lor ready pay,
We have tried to select goods of a prime quali
ty, and offer them at prices as low or lower, than
inferior articles are generally sold at. To those
who buy for cash, or any kind of ready pay, we
will demonstrate the folly of sending money a-
broad to buy goods.
Grand Haven, May 10, 1852. GiLnERT Co.
IRVING HALL CLOTHING WAREHOUSE.
At wholesale and retail. Home manufacture,
Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter fashions.
New tiooel t'au sijxicm. The cheapest and
most extensive Clothing Establishment in the
State. Our clothing is all manufactured In Grand
Rapids, and every article warranted.
Tailoring Dcpni'tiiiciit. This department is
un'der the charge of M. Laiontam, lately Irom
l.'ram.n. A l:iry( nssnrtniont of now nnd licantifnl
l . , , .
c-l.J.ow. ...... ..... ...... , ...
will make up to order, in tho latest stylo and war
rant to fit. All kinds of clothing cut to order at
short notice. Oil Clothing, Sou-Westers, Trunk
Valises. &c. Irving Hall, foot of Monroe street,
Grand Rapids. Iy51j L.Porter.
WASH Tubs of all sizes of the best material for
sale wholesale or retail, made by Benjamin
F. ISamcs at Ferry & Soxs steam saw mill.
IILOROFORM, Just received at the Mill Point
CORN & OATS, 4000 bushels Corn & Oats just
received, and for sale by Gilbert & Co.
TTAY' 2? t0nS prcsscd hay ff ftl0.! c lU
XX purchasers, by Gilbert & Co,
STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, ss:
TN the matter of the estate of Jedediah Brown,
dorPiisi'd : Notice Is herebv criven that I have
appointed and do hereby appoint Monday the third
day of January next and Monday the second day
of May next, at two o'clock P. M. of those days at
the house of Henry Pcnnoyer, in Grand Haven, to
receive, examine and adjust all claims aim ue
mands of all persons against thetestatc of Jcdcdiah
lirown, late or said county, ueceascu, wneu uuu
where all persona interested arc required to appear
and present their claims with the necessary proof
for allowance, or be thereafter forever barred of all
claims against said estate : the second day of May
nevt lioinrr tbo last dnv of the time limited for cred-
itors of tho said estate to present their claims for
allowance. Dated at the Probate's Umcc, in iiranu
Hfiven, the first dav of November A. D. 1852
William Hathaway, Jr. Judge of Probate
ittf havfi hist received from New York a large
W and well selected stock of Dry Goods and
flrrppris. wh ich we will sell cheaper than any oth
jer store in Ottawa county; we will exchange for all
kinds of lumber, shingles, bolts, saw logs, staves,
ship knees, wagon spokes, hoop poles, and for all
kinds of produce. Those wishing to make good
trades please give us a call, we arc on nana irom a
yard of tape to a steam saw mill,
J 1 S. C. Hofkins & Brothers.
Mill Point, June 21 1851. fltf.
CASH will be paid for warranted No. 1 Shingles
i riff I r.ir ti f ti t & Co
hy lltfl GILBERT o, co.
IMMONDS & DAVIS axes, for sale at
I70RKS, Hoes, Scythes, Rakes & Shovels, for sale
; at Griffin's.
17 T7 17 Ana rmc powacr, ¬ guns ana
. X X Percussian caps at Griffin's.
Deeds, Mortgages, Bonds, Marriage
Certificates, &c, &c. For sale at this office.
SHIPPING. Tho undersigned are prepared to
contract for tho delivery of all kinds of pro
duce consigned to Eastern markets, at the lowest
rates. Gilbert & Co.
TNSURANCE. Marine Insurance on cargoes
bound for lluffalo, can be obtained at the lowest
rates on application to Gilbert & Co.
Agents for the orth-western insurance uo.
jtlouu and SiUt on hand "SS;;;?
1 1 & 15 inch super. Mill saw files, at
PAINTS &c White Lead in oil, Red Lead. LIth
argc, Umber, Sugar of Lead, Chrome Red.
Yellow Ochre, Whiting, Glue No! 2 nnd 1-2, Mill!
v.A.t.' H n T n.nnH f 1.1 Untj I1., fnon f f
IIUIB 1IUU, JJIIIJIUI Vll, UJM.1. A 111 I'Vlllillv, VUjllll 1 1 1 1 -
Varnish and Japan, at the Mill Point Drug Store. "VTTARNICK & BRYANS celebrated James River
DYE WOODS AND DYE STUFFS. Camwood,
Fustic, Logwood, Redwood, Madder, Aunatto,
Ext. Igwood. Alum, Copperas, Sal Soda, Carbon
ate Soda. Cream Tartar, Tartaric Acid, &c. &c.
At the Mill Toint Drug Store. flJtf.J
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Estate of Dustiri
Watson, deceased : Notice is hereby given,
that pursuant to license and authority granted to
me the undersigned administrator of the estate of
said deceased, by the Probate Court of Ottawa
County. Michigan; I shall on Monday, the 7th
day of February next, at two o'clock in the after
noon of that day, at the highway on the premises
hereinafter described, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder, according to the statute in 6uch
case made and provided, tho following real estate,
to wit: All that certain piece or purcel of land
situate, lying and being in the County of Ottawa
and State of Michigan, known and distinguished
by tho government 6nrvey thereof, as the south
east quarter of the south-west quarter of section
number nineteen, (19) in township number eight,
(8) north, of range number fifteen, (15) west, con
taining forty acres, more or less.
Alfred Cisler, Administrator.
September 20, 1852. 75 In.
WANTED. To contract with some responsi
ble person to get in Ave millions of feet of
Baw ? irora our lana at tne noaa ot tne W
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
rln business. House and furnitnrp. hum. fivi vnka
of oxen, one sDan of horses and all the Riirmlira
necessary will be furnished if reouired. to an ener
getic go-ahead man We will give a good con
tract IStf.J Hopkiks & Brothers.
Mill Toint, August 1, 1851.
Large and Extensive Jewelry Store
IN GIIAND KAPIDS.
rpHE undersigned having Just returned from
X New York City with a very large and well
elected assortment of new Jewelry Goods of tho
cinity, that he is nowpreparcd to sell them as lotv
as AW establishment m this or any other city lor
ready pay. His stock consists in part of the fol-
10W1I1IT artlClCS !
Gold and Silver Lever. Anchor
li' .a i " -1 i t t i - t- 1 1 t t
iminyviiiiucr v aicucs, uoni jockcis, jrencns, xoi
I uuu vdi Vviuuns, ringer itings. ireusi I'ins, uuu
-...1 IT a. f T-1 ft! Ti a. Ill yi
Pins, Wristlets, Gold Pens with Silver Holders,
Silver Spoons, German, do., Spectacles of all kinds,
Plated Ware, Brittannia, do., Candle Sticks. Flutes,
r?u-L a ...u itih if...i.n '
Fifes, Accordians, Clarionets, Violins, Music Box
es, Violin Strings, together with a large assortment
of CLOCKS, of every style and finish, and an Infi
nite variety of Toys, Yankee Notions, &c.
The above comprises only a small part of tho ar
ticles I have on hand; but, ladies and gentlemen,
If you will call nt my establishment you will bo
ready to say that in variety and quality of Goods.
it is. in no respect, surpassed by any similar one
in tjie western countrv.
Vntn Hjmi i lug. Chronometers, Duplex,
Anchor, Patent Levers, Cylinder, Lapine and com
mon watches, repaired and put In order by skillful
workmen. All work entrusted to my care warran
ted. Establishment on Monroe St., one door west
of the Catholic Church. f5Glv.
(Jrand Rapids, July t28, 1852. Wm. Precsser.
I"pOR SALE. One new double Wagon a first
: rate article.
June 1, 1852. Gilbert & Co.
Grand Haven, May 15, 1852.
I TTAMP.Y P.:tmoroi Tlrr.,.,1r.l mi,
1 I 4 ' - ' , ArivUVIVillO, iMUt IV Udllll
I .....vj t volllljii vi lunuua pij its nnu
I EXCELLENT SYRUP Just the article for buck
Id wheat cakes, for sale at Ferry & Sons.
A Small Iron Safe, for sale, cheap.
June, 5, 1852. Gilbert & Co.
OXALIC Acid for removing ink stains and Iron
rust from clothing, nt the Mill Point Drug
1URE Port Wine and Cognfac Brandy, for me
dicinal purposes, for sale by
June 1, 1852. Gilbert & Co.
MUFFLERS, Italian and fancy Cravats, in great
variety, at l & Sons.
MACKEREL, the best quality, now on hand, and
for sale by Ferry & Sons.
TWO thousand cords of seasoned Pine and Oak
Wood, delivered on the wharf, at our steam
mills lor sale cneap, by
;tf. Hopkins & Brothers.
Mill Point, August 1, 1851.
-T-pjxTS. DcLaincs nnd Ginghams, 100 pieces
jl rich fall styles just opened at Griffin's.
yOOTS & SHOES, In great variety, including
J Ladies Gaiters, half do., Polka Ties. Kid Tics
and Slips at Ferry & Sons.
rpHE heaviest assortment of ready made Cloth
ing, Flannel, Knit, Hickory and Fine Shirts
brought into Grand Haven, can be found at
Ferry & Sons.
WISTAR'S Balsam of Wild Cherry for diseases
of the lungs at Fer"ry & Sons. '
DR. S. Sawyer's Fluid Extract of bark, a cure for
the Fever & Ague, at Ferry & Sons.
ESSENTIAL OILS. Oil Cloves, Cinnamon, Cu
bebs, Lemons, Anise, Pennyroyal, Juniper,
Lavender, Spike, Peppermint, Origanum, Sassa
Ifras, Cedar, Wormwood, Wintergrecn, Tansy,
Spruce, Amber, Hemlock and Creosote, at Smith s
Drug Store, Mill Point. Sept.29, 1851. f 13J
r I iuiwua.-mcryu our,an ios. i-ai
X Refined Borax, Salammoniac and Prussiate of
pftfsh fV,rfin,flflt A,ftM
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
urug store. wti.j
BROOMS, by the dozen, or single for Pale cheap,
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, 1851. Gilbert & Co.
MESS PORK, Flour, Lard and Dried Apples,
constantly on hand and for sale cheap, by the
barrel, or retail, at 7tf. Griffins.
17NGTNE AND BOILER, Eighteen Horse Pow-
XLd er a good one for sale.
ROW'N Sheetings, for sale at
Ferry & Sons.
QOLD FENS for Sale nt
Ferry & Sons.
- TYD Apples, Jut received om
Ann " " " " '
V Y chewing tobacco, by the pound, paper, and
cans, for sale at
Terry & Sons.
TEETH ! TEETH I ! Preserve yonr teeth by ap
plying vegetable tooth powder, an excellent
article or wmcn can Dciounaai r.cusi.