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NEW SPRING STOCK!!
nOHTER, llLAlll & Co., Retailers and Job
X bets of every variety of Clothing, foot of
ivionroe street, Grand Rapids, are now receiving
SPRING STOCK OF
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
Always the cheapest, and now the most exten
ive stock of Clothing ever offered In this city.
We are exclusively in the clothing trade, devo
ting our entire attention to only one branch of
business ; and are ottering uottts ana uotuingat
We offer for sale, by the Piece or Package, a
complete nsburiiucni oi
Broadcloths, all colors, Cassimeres,
of every variety, Drap D'Etes,
Cashmere Cloths, Cashmeret,
Queens Cloth, Alpacas,
Fancy Linen and Cotton Coating,
Bull and Blay Linen and Lawns,
Bleached and Fancy Barnsley Drills,
English and French Cottonades,
White, Buff and Marseilles,
Padded and Dyed Ducks and Drills,
Satins, Grenadines, Velvets,
Paddings, Silecias, &c &c.
Together with every variety of
AMERICAN CLOTHS, DOESKINS, FANCY
CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, &c.
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Superfine colored and black French cloth Frock,
Dress and Sack Coats. Also, Pcltocs. Sacks, Half
sacks and Frocks, of Cloths Cassimeres, Tweeds,
5,000 LINEN COATS,
AT RETAIL OR BY THE CASE.
Frocks, Half-sacks, Sacks, bound and corded
latest styles manufactured from Blay Linen,
Farmers' Drills, Padded and Dyed Ducks, Basket
Drill, Lawns, etc.
SPLENDID VARIETY, CONSISTING OF
Broadcloth, Cassimcrc, Doeskin; great variety of
Fancy Cassimere; White Linen Drill, Ducks,
(lambroon, Satinett, Tweed, Kentucky Jean,
Farmers' Drills, Alpaca, Queen's Cloths, l)rap D'
Ete, Cashmeret, Evminett, Cottonade, Denims,
Plush, Velvet, plain and figured Grenadines;
Black, Brown and Green Farmers' Satins ; Poplins,
Valencia, Black and figured Satins, Barethea,
Plain and Watered Alpaca, Marseilles; White,
buff and figured buff and Brown Linen.
GEXTLE5IES' FUmVISIIIXG GOODS.
Silk Wrappers and Drawers, Saxony, Merino,
Knit-cotton, Cotton Flannels, etc., etc.
White, Colored, Hickory, Gingham, Calico, etc.
Black and figured ; Taffeta and Satin, figured
and plain; Vcrieatas and Matteona; Lawn, Silk
and Linen. Plain and figured Satin Scarfs ; to
gether with a great variety of Satin Tab Stocks ;
Bow do.; Erricsson and Napoleon Ties; Hair
Stocks, etc., etc.
Kid, Kid cut Silk, Lisle Thread, Cotton, Berlin,
COMPRISING, IN PART,
Panama, Canton, Rutland, Jcncttc and Leghorn
Braids, Palm Leaf, etc., to which we invite the at
tention of Country Merchants and City Dealers.
Silk Hats, Spring Style, Just Received.
Fur Kossuth, Wool do., Black Congress Hats,
Webster and Cassimere do., Youth's and Chil
dren's Beavers, etc., etc.
Youth's Patent Leather Belts, Boys' Pants, Boys'
Linen Coats, Vests, Overalls, etc., etc.
We arc constantly receiving additions to our
now extensive stock, and would respectfully in
vite an examination, as we feel sure that, with
our facilities, we can offer Goods at favorable
First two Floors Devoted
to the Retail Trade, where all kinds of
is made to order in the most approved fashions,
fly 1 17 1 PORTER, BLAIR & Co.
Irving Hall, Grand Rapids, Mich.
LINEN COATS, for 75 cents.
PORTER, BLAIR & Co.
IINEN VESTS, for 50 cents.
PORTER, BLAIR & Co. '
COTTONADE PANTS, for 50 cents.
PORTER, BLAIR & Co.
BOYS' LINEN COATS, for 02 i-2 cents.
PORTER, BLAIR & Co.
BONNETS. We have the largest stock of Bon
, nctoe!ci bro"Kht to this market, consisting
of over 20 different kinds, prices ranging from one
shilling, to the fine Leghorn at three dollars. Be
fore, you buy elsewhere, call at II. C. & We
ONNET Ribbons. Artificial TWor. t?,.,a
uorucr iii grcui. illusion attno new store of
More New Goods.
fPIIE propeller Pocahontas Is now discharging
L at our dock the balance of onr extensive win
ter stock, comprising additional Dry Goods. Hard
ware, Boots & Shoes, Crockery, Groceries, Cord-
age, &c. &c; we shall open as fast as time will per-
'imi, ana win soonpe reaciv ior tncrusnoi trade.
Not. 14, 13 Ffbrt & &ohs.
170R SALE. The east half of the south-west
: quarter of section 2y, town 9 north range 15
west known as the Norris Farm. For particulars
enquire of George Parks, Grand Haven.
J. C. Howell. Chicago, 111. -March
23, 1854. fl9tf.
CRAVATS, Stocks, and Hdkfs., of all variety
and prices, to suit customers, may bo found at
F. & Sons.
JOINER'S TOOLS such as Chisels, Squares,
Hammers, Hatchets, Adzs, Augers, Gimlets,
Hand and Back Saws, Chalk Lines and Screw
Drivers, at Ferry tf Sons.
CIGARS! "Jenny Lind" and the "Lone Star"
brand of Cigars to be found for sale at
FERRY & SONS.
PULVERISED Flax seed and Slippery Elm, at
the Diugstore.Mill Point.
Nov. 26. 72 L. M. S. Smith.
DECEMBER is upon us with his icy fingers,
Gentlemen 1 provido yourselves for a cold
snap with one of those Petersham or Felt Over
coats that are to be found at FERRY & SONS.
HECKER'S FARINA, Pearl Barley.Pearl Sago,
Tapioca and Arrow Root, at the Mill Point
Drugstore. L. M. S. &mith.
Nov. 20. . I72J
"A TUFFLERS, Italian and fancy Cravats, In great
UJL variety, at . & sons.
rpwO thousand cords of seasoned Pine and Oak
X Wood, delivered on the wharf, at our steam
mills tor sale cheap, Dy
Stf.J Hopkins & Brothers.
Mill Point, August 1,1851.
Soots and Shoes.
T TAKE this opportunity of tendering my thanks
JL to the public for their liberal patronage the past
year and trust l snail continnc to merit their fa
I have just received my fall and winter stock of
Leather; comprising trench Calf bklns.rhiladel
phia and Roanoke Kip, Spanish Sole ank oak tan
ned leather, and 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., if you want boots in the
height of fashion, made of substantial material
call and see mine, and buy CHEAP FOR CASH.
Grand Haven, Doc. 20, 1852. II. Merrill.
The Oakland and Ottawa Railroad
EING established has induced the subscribers
to purchase and offer for sale the largest and
of Goods, too numerous to mention, ever brought
into this market. Bring on your cash and barter.
Now is your time to make good bargains.
127 tf. Woodward & Moody.
Berlin, December 17, 1853.
LAKE SHORE PACKET.
THE LITTLE CLIPPER SUPPLY
will make several trips per week, this season, be
tween Grand Haven and Muskegon, White Lake
and other points along shore for passengers,
families moving, &c. Packages and freight should
be left with Haxton, Cutler and Warts if intended
to go by the Supply. W. Chapin, Master.
Grand Haven, March 11, 1851. f 138 tf
rpiIE subscribers having purchased the stock
JL ot Goods of Messrs. Gilbert Co., have re
moved them to their old stand, lately occupied by
II. Martin, where they will be happy to see all
their old customers, and as many new ones as will
call. We shall be making additions to our stock
in a few days, and will make it for the interest of
all those wanting to purchase good Goods, at low
rates, to buy of us.
Our motto will be the "Nimble sixpence, and
we are determined not to be undersold by any
other establishment in the Grand River Valley.
haxton, Cutler & Warts.
Grand Haven, Feb. 22, 1851.
OUR stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware
and Crockery, will be sold at a very small ad
vance from cost, to make room for the New
(toods. Kow is your time for bargains. Call at
the new store of Haxton, Cutler & Warts.
PAA FISH HALF BARRELS Just received and
OUv and for sale by
Haxton, Cutler & Warts.
March 27, 1851.
nPIIEbcst assortment of Tin Ware in town, can
JL be lound at the store of
Haxton Cutler & Warts.
TJEADY MADE CLOTHING can be purchased
ll of Haxton, Cutler & Warts, at less money
than any other store in town. Our stock consists
of Tweeds, Broadcloth, Kentucky Jean and Satti-
nett Coats, and Pants ; Dcmin Overalls and Sacks,
Jbtripea Mitrts, uea ana jjiuo j? lannei snirts, &c.
NOTICE. Having sold our stock of Merchan
dise, to Messrs. Haxton, Cutler & Warts, we
wish all those indebted to us, by note or book ac
count, to settle without delay.
February 23, 18)1. uiliiert & Co.
ATTENTION, LUMBERMEN! ! We wish it
expressly understood that we pay tho high
est market price, in cash, on delivery, for good
Pine Logs. Lumber and Shingles.
Feb. 23, 1851. GILBERT & CO.
RIED ArPLES just received, the best article
in this market, selling very cheap, at
H. C. &. W.
NOTICE. We arc prepared, as usual, to make
advances of Cash, Grain and Merchandise,
to assist those who have pine timber, and wish to
Feb. 23, 1851. Gilbert & Co.
First Arrival for 1854.
T ECEIVED by schooner Pioneer, this morning,
IV part cargo of Pork, Hams, Lard, Corn and
Oats, all of which will bo sold cheap for cash, at
Ferry & Sons.
Grand Haven, March 13, 1854.
TUST printed and for sale, at the Times office, a
f J very neat and convenient table of sawlogs re
duced to board measure the calculations arc cor
rect and reliable, and the sizo and shape conveni
ent for use.
Everv man cntraired in lumbering ought to bo
Erovidcd with this table, to enable him to make
is own calculations on the contents of logs. The
expense is but trifling.
NEW GOODS AT THE
THE undersigned takes pleasure In inviting the
public of Mill Point and its vicinity, to call
and sec and purchase his new stock or
Drugs, Groceries, Dry Goods,
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware,
Books and Stationery, just received.
Particular attention is invited to his SUMMER
COODS of almost every description for Ladies
and Gentlemen. Cut and Wrought Nails, Class
ware, Looking-Glasscs, etc., etc.
Mill Point, June 20, 1854. L. M. S. Smith.
UMMER PRINTS, Lawns and Bareges.justrc-
eelved at the Drug and Variety Store.
L. M. S. Smith.
POPLINS. Beautiful pAttems, just opened at
the Variety store, Mill Point.
MUSKETO NET for sale at Mill Toint, by
L. M. S. Smith.
CAIN & CUSHWAY,
General dealer In Dry Good and Groceries.
HAVING just received their winter stock, In
cluding a large assortment of AXES and
all kinds of Provisions, are now ready to supply
the wants of their customers cheap for cash, or in
exchange for lumber.
The highest cash price will be paid for Shingles,
Bolts, and all kinds of Lumber.
Forwarding and Commission business will re
ceive prompt attention, charges reasonable.
The undersigned also continue to occupy the
Oceana House, which has been recently repaired
and re-furnished throughout. Every thing neces
sary for the comfort of man or beast will always
bo on hand at this House, and will be furnished on
K7" Carriages and horses are constantly In
readiness to convey those in quest of business or
pleasure into the adjoining country.
J123 tf.J Cain & Cushway.
White Lake, November, 29, 1853.
MEMORANDUM Books, and Diaries for 1854
The books are here and the year is coming.
Come and get one before they are gone.
Mill Point, Dec. 5, 1853. L. M. S. Smith.
70UR. and six shilling Tea. call and see it, at
J Smith's, Mill Point. Don't buy
WINTER Whale oil, Linseed oil, Buffalo white
lead, a new stock at Mill Point.
L. M.S. Smith.
"TEV Hops, at Smith's Drug and Variety store,
LADIES Cloaks, ready made, for sale at Mi
Point by L. M. S. Smith.
TINTED Enameled Envelopes, a new article, at
tho drug and variety store, Mill Point.
L.M. S. SMiin.
TiAPER RAGS. Clean linen and cotton rags
J. wanted in exchange for goods, at the Drug
and Variety Store, Mill Point. L. Jsi. . smith.
RADWAY'S MEDICINES, at tho Drug and
Variety Store, Mill Point. L. M. S. SMim.
SUGARS. Anew supply, cheaper than ever sold
at Mill Point, of the quality, at the drug and va
riety store. L. M. S. Smith.
NEW DRUG STORE.
DR. A. VANDUSEN & CO.,
"TTTOULD respectfully inform the citizens of
T T urana naven, mat tney nave .just openeu a
New Drug Store in the building of H. Griffin, op
posite the Washington House, where they will
keep constantly on hand all kinds of Drugs, Med
icines, and Derfumerv. &c. &c: also all kinds of
good Liquors, such as Brandy, Port Wine, Gin, for
medicinal purposes, together with groceries of all
kinds, of the best quality, and various other arti
cles, such as arc generally found in drug stores.
Grand Haven, Sept. 19, 1853. UJ tt.j
EAGLE HOTEL, by W. It. Barnard.
IfiiLcORNER WATERLOO AND LOUIS STS.
The proprietor has recently refitted this House,
and is now prepared to furnish good accommoda
tions to all those who may favor him with a call.
Carriages to and from the boats free of charge.
Grand Rapids, September, 1853. ' 1 115 ly.
North Kent Nursery
ONE and three-fourth miles north of Nash &
Hastings' Sawmill, Sparta, Kent Co., Mich.
I have at tins young establishment, ircady for
sale this fall or next spring, a few thousand
First It ate Apple Tree-,
comprising many choice varieties, which I can
confidently recommend to those who think speedy
bearing an object, as many of them blossemed in
the nursery last spring, and some now show fruit.
Look at them gentlemen, they arc just what you
want. Wm. M. Wylie.
Sparta, Sept., 1833. J116 Cm.
A. Van Dusen, M. D.
OHcr, Grilling' Untitling, "Washington street,
uranu nnvt n, mien.
Dr. S. B. Noble, Surgeon Dentist,
Ofllce In Irving Hall, Grand Rapid, Mich.
To the Readers of the 41 Times "
1TE are constantly receiving new goods and
YV sav to all that we have a lareer stock than
was ever bef ore brought to Grand Haven market.
This stock wo are bound to sell, l or lurtner par
ticulars apply in person at Feruy & Sons.
Large variety of buck and woolen Glovesand
Mittens for sale at r.kfON3.
A TKINS & Co's. justly celebrated M cut saws
XJL can Detouna,now ior saicai r.wouxs.
EXCELLENT SYRUP Just the article for buck
wheat cakes, for sale at Ferry & Sons.
OXALIC Acid for removing Ink stains andiron
rust from clothing, at the Mill Point Drug
1 INGIIAMS, Prints, Shirtings, Delaines, Al-
VJ pacas ana TttiDct ciotn, at derry u dons.
I ENGINE AND BOILER, Eighteen Horse Pow
i er a good one for sale.
I Dtf.J HOPKINS & liROTIIERS.
CANARY SEED for sale at the drug and vari
ety store, Mill Point. L. M.S. Smith.
RIED Applesjust received from Ohio, at
rERRY & SONS.
I AM now receiving, direct from the celebrated
Toledo Nursery, a large supply of the best va
rieties of fruits and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and
Plants. Orders will be faithfully and promptly
filled. N. A. McLenathan, Agent.
Grand Rapids, November, 1853. 1 121 tf
QOLD TENS for Sale at
Ferry & Sons.
LTORTER having associated with himself in
t business, James Blair, John Mathison, Hen
ry Spring and Benj. F. Tortcr, the business will be
conducted from this uatcjunder the name and firm
of Porter, Blair & Co
Grand Rapids, January 9, 1851.
TAMARINDS, Prunes and Fresh Raisins, at the
Drug and variety store, Mill Point.
I. M. s. smith.
BBLS. WAllllAlVTKD Extra Heavy Mess
Pork, Just received and for sale, by
Haxton, Cutler & Warts.
WE arc now receiving a large stock of very
nice Sugar, which we arc selling, 18 lbs. for
one dollar. H. C. & W.
New Stock Just Received.
Tf MERRILL has just arrived from the city of
JL JL Chicago wiin a large lotoi express uoous,
Bronzed Top Boots,
Enameled Hoots and
Goat and Calf do.,
Misses Mo. Gaiters,
Turks of evcrv vnrlctv.
N. B. I have now on hand a very large stock of
home manufacture wnicn i win sen encap.
Grand Haven, March 4, 1851. 1 141-
WM. ALEXANDER'S unequaled Kid Gloves,
from A.T. Stewart & Co., agents, New York,
WARNICK & BRYANS celebrated James River
chewing tobacco, by the pound, paper, And
cans, for sale at xerby t dons.
Hags! Old rUg Clean llags US
ANY quantity of Clean raper nags waniea i
this office. Subscriptions to the "Times"
may be paid in Rags, and Rags will pay for oar
money, therefore, produce the Rags.
September 29, lbo.
ODA, Boston and common Crackers, fresh
from tho bakery, at finui0u.
HOUSEKEEPERS! Ferry & Sons have every
thing in your line : Iceland Moss, Tapioca
and Farina for puddings, Rice and Pearl Barley
for Soups, Cream Tartar, Sup. Carb. Soda, Arrow
Root, Anise-seed, Caraway-seed, Cloves and Nut
UGARS, Teas and best Rio Coffee, in great
abundance, now onerea ior saie ai
Ferry & Sons.
Grand Rapids Iron Works and Plow
BALL & BABCOCK,' Manufacturers of Steam
Engines, Mill Castings, Plows, Cultivators,
Potash and Cauldron Kettles, Hollow ware, Box
Stoves, and other castings of all descriptions. Al
so Hill's Patent Governors.
The above articles will be made to order on
short notice and most of them arc kept constant
ly on hand.
We have also several Lathes in operation and
with them one Screw Cutting Lathe of the most
Any thing wanted in the line of Machinery or
Repairing can be had at our works on fair terms
and warranted to be as good as the best. A select
and full assortment of patterns on hand.
115 lyj Daniel Ball,
Chas. P. Babcock.
Grand Rapids, September, 1853.
THOSE Looking Glasses have come. Call and
see them at the drug and variety store, Mill
Point. L.M. S.Smith.
GILT Edged Noto and Letter Paper, and a
choice supply of other Stationery, at the
drug and variety 6tore, Mill Point.
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 u not to rip." H. Merrill.
Grand Haven, Dcc'20, 1852.
I7INE SHIRTS, Hickory and Flannel do., Knit
; Drawers and Shirts, Socks, at
Ferry & Sons.
SILVER, Plated, German Silver and metal
Spoons, Rodgers Son's celebrated table and
pocket Cutlery, at Ferry Sons.
ALL persons are hereby notified that we have
the largest stock of Goods ever brought into
this market, and that we are prepared to sell with
the cheapest. FERRY & SONS.
LADIES! Come and see our Broche and Long
Shawls, and a superior article of Mufflers.
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.
TlTTTr'T7,S HTTinr. Tiffnnv'aTrpntJaA ftn Jus-
fj tice's Courts, adapted to the laws of Michigan.
A lull supply oi mis popular wont jusi receivcu
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
Grand Rapids, Mich.
EAVY Silk Fringes and Silks, at
t ERRY & bONS.
Rich Jewelry, Watches, Silver Plate, &c.
TUST received from New York a large and brill
iant assortment of new and fashionable Jew
elry of every description, also Silver and Plated
ware, such as Silver Spoons, Candlesticks, Tea
Setts. Knives and Forks. Gold and Silver Pencil
Cases with Gold Pens, Gold and Silver Watches-
Lever, Anchor and Cylinder Escapements, Clocks
in great variety cheaper than ever, and warranted
good time keepers. Musical instruments of every
description, such as 1'lntcs, Accordions, violins,
Clarionets, Fifes, Music Boxes, Violin Strings &c.
Yankee Notions, to suit every notion in this age of
The above Is only a circumstance of all we have
to exhibit to the people of Grand River Valley to
excite their curiositv and love of show, which can
be gratified to the full by a visit to Preusser's
Splendid Jewelry store, at Grand Rnpids.
Repairing of Watches and Jewelry done in the
best manner, at short notice, and everything call
ed for furnished on the most reasonable terms.
WM. PREUSSER, 1
May 15, 1853. Giand Rapids, Monroe street. )
WE have just received from New lork a large
and well selected stock of Dry Goods and
Groceries, which we will sell cheaper than any oth
er store in Ottawa county ; we willcxchangefor all
it 1 i. i 1 1. 1 1 nn tinHs en,.. Inn. atn.ma
KinUs OI lUIUUUr, BIIlUius, uuiia, oan ii,s, smtta,
tn knona wixtnn annkfts. hoon noles. and fnr fill
kinds of produce. Those wishing to make good
trades please give us a can, we wre ou uunu irom a
yard of tape to a steam saw mm.
IRCULAR SAWS for Lath and Siding Mills,
at l erry & sons.
"T7IOLINS, Bows, and Italian strings at
y Wm. Preusser's.
rrMiTT! honvfosf assortment of rcadv made Cloth
1. ing, Flannel, Knit, Hickory and Fino Shirts
brought Into Grand liavcn, can ne iounu ai
icitui Ob puna.
Tnvnrn Shnt. Lend, common and water nroof
cans, ii new buviuj v " v.j
store, aim roinr.. l o. ojhiu
"it TILL Files. Hand Saw. and Cross Cut files just
1 1 received at the Drug and Variety Store, Mill
L. M. S. Smith.
OFFIN Trimmings at the Mill Point Drug and
Variety Store. i. w. . omith.
ITST AVfi T.tnlmpnt. nlmnst Cflual to the B. B
at Smith's Drug and variety store, juiu roint
OF NEW YORK GOODS.
17 ERRY & SONS have received this morning, by
: schooner New Hampshire, another lot of their
Fancy Spring Stock of Goods, a variety of trim
mings for Ladies' Dresses, and other Fancy arti
cles, which we have not time to mention, may bo
round at xbhki o& dons.
Monday, June 12, 1851.
OUR STOCK of Groceries consists in patt of
N. O. Sugar, P. R. do., Stuart's Syrups and
Molasses, Fresh Raisins, in 1-2 and 1-4 boxes, Cod
filsh, the best In market, etc., etc,
Oour stock Is now complete and we are selling
cheap for cash. Ladies and Gentlemen, give us a
can. haxton, cutler & warts.
JOY TO THE Y70I1LD!
tfor ihe entire eradication of all Pain,
EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL REMEDY i
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IXl
One twenty-live cent bottle will do more to con
yince you of its efficacy, than all the ad
vertisements in the world 1 1
IT IS WHAT ITS NAME DENOTES, "
A PAIN KILLER.
" Physieians say that Davis' Pain Killer Is one of
those nice little articles which is calculated to re
lieve an immense amount of suffering incident to
human life. Its action on the system is many
times like magic so instantaneous the pain is
gone at once.
For the almost miraculous extinction of pain,
no medicine was ever discovered equal to the Pain
Killer. It is used in certain cases externally and
internally, but never eternally, like too many prep
arations. Full directions accompany each bottle.
Perry Davis' Pain Killer almost immediately
cures the following complaints, viz i Chill and
Fever, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, severe
Burns, Dyspepsia, Painters Cholie, Piles, Bolls,
general Debility, Coughs, Headache, sudden Colds,
swelled Joints, Cramps and Spasms, Rheumatism,
Pains in the Back and Side and various other
complaints, in fact it is a PAIN KILLER 1
Notice to Dealers In Pain Killer.
The name of Pain Killer belongs exclusively to
the Proprietor of the medicine. That right has1
been recently sustained by a court of law, and
any person found selling an article by that name,
and not of the manufacture of Perry Davis &
Son, will bo prosecuted.
Beware of a " Pain Killer" manufactured by one
Andrew J. White, Buffalo, N. Y. It is a base coun
terfeit, and all other preparations in name of
" Pain Killer" that is not manufactured by Perry
Davis 4' Sons are spurious compounds calculated
to deceive tho people. Buy of regular agents, and
take none but Perry Davis' Pain Killer. You will
then get that which will give you every satisfac
K7" Principal office for the sale of the genuine
Perry Davis Pain Killer, in the southern and west
ern States, No. 7, Coldcge Building, Cincinnati,
Ohio. J. N. HARRIS CO., Proprietors.
HP" Brinckerhoff & Fenton, Chicago, wholesale
Agents ; Ferry Sons, Agents at Grand Haven;
W. G. Henry, Agent at Grand Rapids; also for
sale by all principal dealers in medicines through
the State. flynlOO.
New Goods, at Reduced Prices.
C. DAVIS & CO.
ARE now receiving a large and well selected
stock of goods, for the Fall and Winter trade.
Consisting of Staple anc Fancy Dry Goods, Ready
Made Clothing, such as Fancy Dress and Sack
Coats, Overcoats, Pants, Vests, Shirts and Draw
ers, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Drugs and
Medicines, Paints and Oil, Groceries and Provis
ions, Shelf Hardware, Iron, Nails and Glass, Glass
ware and Crockerv, Stoves and Stovepipe. All of
which will be sold cheap for Ready Pay. The
highest price paid for Lumber, Lath,. Shingles,
Shingle Bolts and Square Timber. J67tf.
Muskegon, Ottawa Co., Mich., Oct. 4, 1852.
NO USE TALKING. Ladies and Gents: Call
on us for cheap and fashionable Goods, at
Mill Point. f Stf.J Hopkins & Brothers
IT ERRY & SONS Are on linnd with a fresh lot
: of Goods direct from New York City. We will
show customers that we n sell as low If not low
er than any one in town. In Sngar, Tea, Coffee,
Rice and other Groceries we can't be beat. Try us
and see. f 100 tf.
CALCINED CHARCOAL for cleaning teeth, and
other medicinal uses, for sale at Mill Point.
Nov. 20. 72 L. M.S. Smith.
MACKEREL,the best quality ,now on hand, and
for sale by Ferry & Sons.
GOLD and Silver Hunters' watches, just receiv
ed by Wm.Precsser.
Fire I Fire Z i Fire III
Franklin Fire Insurance Company of New York
at Saratoga. Capital $200,000.
1111. undersigned having been appointed agent
for the above Company, is prepared to insure
Dwelling Houses, Warehouses, Churches, School
Houses, Stores, Hotels, Livery Stables, Barns,
Lumber Yards, Machine Shops. Tanneries. Saw
mills, Merchandise, Household Furniture, &c, at
as low rates as any other good and responsible
company. Henry Griffin.
PAINTS &c White Lead in oil,Red Lead. Lith
arge, Umber, Sugar of Lead, Chrome Red,
Chrome Green, Crhome Yellow, Vcnitian Red,
Yellow Ochre, Whiting, Glue No. 2 and 1-2, Milli
ners' Glue, Linseed Oil, Spts. Turpentine, Copal
Varnish and Japan, at tho Mill Point Drug Store
L. M. S. Smith.
BALMER'S Baking Powder, at Smith's, Mill
Point. 72 J
ANOTHER lot of those new stylo block De
Laincs have arrived, and can be found at tho
storcof F. & Sons.
CLOCKS. The largest assortment of Clocks
ever brought to Grand River. Only $1,50 for
a good time keeper, at the Jewelry Store of
Grand Rapids, June 27, 1853
EW styles Porte Monnaies, also Calf wallet-
to oe lound at i . & sons.
CROCKERY. Blue and white ware, common
Cups and Saucers, Castors, Tlatters and
Bowls, at Ferry & Sons.
OLD Ear-rings, Finger-rings, and Broaches,
just received Dy wm. 1'reusser.
EVOLVERS and Powder-flasks for sale by
THE subscribers have been appointed Agents
for the following Responsible Companes :
Metropolitan Insurance Co., of Ilosfon, and
Northwestern Inwurance Co., of Oswego.
And are prepared to take risks on produce and
merchandise going East, at as low rates as by any
other company. We will also insure merchandise
from New York, Boston, Albany, or Buffalo, tp
Grand Haven, at rates satisfactory to thoso wish
Applications made to us, at our office, in Grand
Haven, will be promptly attended to.
Haxton, Cutler & Warts.
Grand Haven, April 14, 1854. ,
WINDOW Curtain paper received this mom
ing, and for sale at F. & Sons.
Grand Haven and Chicago Line,
The Fast sailing Schooner.
Vw TTamncliliw UPt. aiTen.
Lizzie Throop, t
WILL make regular trips between Chicago and
Grand Haven during the season of 1854.
Freights deposited with JAMES R. IIUGUNIN,
of Chicago, will receive prompt attention, and bo
freighted at uniform rates during the season.
Haxtpn, Cutler & Warts, Agents.
Grand Haven, March 8, 1854.
BERLINESE, Berages, Lawns, Mouseline De.
Lalnes, Chambraie and Plaid Ginghams, with
other Dress Goods, for sale by F. jv S.