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STATE OF MICHIGAN, Connty of Ottawa, es
At a session of the Probate Court for the County
of Ottawa, on Monday, tho twenty-first day of
January In the year ono thopsand eight hundred
nnd fifty-six. Present, William Hathaway jr.
Judge of Probate, in tho matter of the Lstate of
Michael Leonard, deceased.
ON reading and filing the petition duly verified
of Julia Leonard widow of said deceased and
Praying that letters of administration on the said
deceased estate may be granted unto Chaunccy
Davis of Muskegon. Thereupon it is ordered, that
Wednesday, the twentieth day of February next,
at three o'clock in tho afternoon, be assigned for
the hearing of said petition, and tho heirs at law
of said deceased, and all other persons Interested
in said estate, are required to appear at a session
of said Court, then to bo holden at the Probate
Office, in tho village of Grand Haven, and show
cause, if any there be, why tho prayer of the pe
titioner should not be granted : And it is i urther
ordered, that said petitioner give notice to the
persons Interested In said estate of tho pendency
of said petition, nnd the hearing thereof, by caus
ing a copy of this order to bo published in the
Grand River, Times a newspaper printed and cir
culating in said county of Of Ottawa, three suc
cessive weeks previous to said day of hearing.
William Hathaway jr.. Judge of Probate. f4w
' The King of Saw-Mills.
Page's Patent, Portable Circular
THE Subscriber tenders his acknowledgments
to his friends and customers in Michigan and
Vicinity, for their liberal patronage since he first
called their attention to these Mills, ami now begs
leave to say ho has of late mado many valuable
improvements in their construction, and being
able to furnish better saws than ever made before,
flatters himself he can furnish a better and Clmaper
Mill for the purposo of making Lumber, than ever
iffWrwl to f lift mi lil if.
These mills do their work with less power and
in a better style and with greater saving of lumber,
flirt r.nti nr Afnlpv M ill can be used in anv
ordinary mill frame, and with any good power that
runs a Gate or Muiey win, ami uo uouuio xue
work, it is estimated, in the same time; and for
simplicity and durability, are all that can be reas
onably desired. They will saw all kinds of timber,
are well adapted to ail kinds of work, and are cap
able of cutting, on the average of from 13,000 to
25,000 feet per day.
Boilers with Engines and other Machinery,
Expressly adapted to run these mills furnished
on reasonable terms and short notice, at as low
price as an article as good can be furnished else
where. Circular saws upset, Saw Gummcrs, Belting nnd
Steam Packing constantly on hand.
For further particulars, please address the sub
scriber by mail, or bv personal application to A.
E. BISSEL, Detroit, Mich.
Caution. Persons arc most respectfully re
quested to beware of whom they purchase Circular
Saw-Mills, for many have procured these mills
from those having no authority to make and vend
the same from tho inventor and patentee. Expe
rience has proved that a large Circular Saw cannot
lc used with success and profit without Page's
Patent, and every person using these Mills without
authority, will be deemed trespassing, and dealt
with accordingly the subscriber being the only
person authorized to make and vend the same in
the Northern States.
J. K. SANBORN, Sandy Hill.
GROCERIES. We arc now receiving our Stock
of Groceries consisting in part of
10 hhds P. II. Sugar,
5 " " Molasses,
10 bbls. Sugar House Syrup,
10 " Clarified Coffee Sugar,
30 bags Rio and Java Coffee,
20 chests Tea, also
Rice, Citron, Nutmegs, Cloves, Soap, Lead, Shot,
Powder, Zanto Currants, Raisins in qr. and hf.
Boxes, Tobacco, Mustard, Corn Starch. Saleratus,
etc., etc. Please call and examine our Stock before
purchasing elsewhere as we will sell you cheaper
than any other shop in Ottawa Countv.
Cutleu & Warts.
Grand Haven, Oct. 10. 1833.
PORK, Salt, Fish, Flour, Corn Meal, Oats, But
tcr, etc, just received and for sale low by
Cutleu & Wart?.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
WE have bought a large stock of Coats, Vests,
Pants, and Under clothing, this fall, and
will sell them very cheap and warrant not to Hip.
Call at C. & W.
,T New Medicines.
Tlic University of b'rttv- ami Popular Ivuoivl
edge, of Phllntlrlplila, Chart end
In April, 1853.
HENRY GRIFFIN, of Grand Haven, has been
appointed their Agent for the county of Ot
tawa, for the sale of these well known medicines,
a part of which have this day arrived at the drug
store of said Griffin, viz :
Dr. Rowand's Tonic Mixture, for fever and ague,
etc., etc., and Dr. Rowand's Compound Syrup of
Blackberry Root, for diarrhoea, cholera morbus,
cramp, colic, etc.
Grand Haven, February 15, 1S33.
CUTLER & WARTS
ARE now receiving from Propellers Pocahontas
and Troy, the balance of their large and ex
tensive Spring and Summer stock of Hardware,
Grocericrs and Crockery, to which we invite the
attention of all those who wish to buy goods at
very low prices.
Grand Haven, June 5, 1831.
JUST received, at Griffin's, Codfish, Mackerel,
Sporting Powder, do Rillc, in half cans,
Schiedam Snappcs, for medicinal use (?),
Porter's Mold Candles, by box or lb.,
Soda Crackers. Winter Lamp Oil,
Chicago No. 1 Soap, by the box or bar,
Dried Herring, a first rate article,
Crimean Musk, and a variety of
Fresh Hyson. Green and Black Teas, Brown and
White Sugars, by the barrel.
Oct. 0. 1835.
Revolution in Flour Bolting.
IMPORTANT TO MILLERS !
TVordykc & Hunt's Improved "Wire-Cloth
Double-Action Flour Holt !
PATENTED FEB'Y G, ISoo.
THE most important invention to manufactu
rers of Flour yet brought to light. This ma.
chine has all the advantages and qualities for bolt
ing fiour, dusting and separating the offals, that
can possibly be wished for by millers.
For testimonials from those who arc tisuing
them, and for particulars, sec large handbills : al
so sec Scientific American, No. Vol. 10. This
Bolt occupies less room, nnd not over half the
power usually used for the same amount of work
It produces a better yield than any other Bolt
whilo the cost, all told, docs not amount to one
half. It is not affected by hot or damp weather.
The subscribers arc prepared to fill all orders on
fhort notice, at tho net cost of $150 at the shop
Terms cash, when the machine is put up and test
cd. We arc also prepared to sell State, County
and individual Riphtn. Address,
200 m3 1 D.C. HENDERSON & CO., Sandusky
OOLEN YARN, an assortment of colors and
qualities, at Albees.
TO HOUSE KEEPERS
AND ALL OTHERS INTERESTED I 1
YOUR attention is invited to tho largo and splen
did stock now opening at
Consisting of a complete assortment of
China, Earthen and Glassware !
Making the most extensive and richest exhibition
ever made in Western Michigan. As we buy our
goods at first hands, mostly of manufacturers, we
are enabled to enter into successful competition
with any establishment in the West. We have al
so many articles iu the line of
HOUSE KEEPING GOODS,
Iron, German Silver, Albatn and Silver plated
Spoons, Brittauia and silver plated Tea
and Coffee Setts, do. Castors,
Wire Dish Covers,
Lamps, of all kinds,
Wooden and Willow Ware,
Bird Cages, etc., etc.
E7 All arc invited to call and examine our
goods, as wo take pleasure in showing them, even
if you do not purchase. Don't fail to visit
before making your purchases.
E. D. BENEDICT & Co.
Grand Rapids, October, 1835. 212 ly
FOB ALL THE PUKP0SES OF A
There has long existed a public demand for an
effective purgative pill which could be relied on as
Bure and perfectly safo in its operation. This- has
been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten
sive trial of its virtues has conclusively shown with
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It is easy to make a physical pill, butnot easy to
make the best of all jrills one which should have
none of the objections, but all tho advantages, of
every other. This has been attempted here, and
with what success we would respectfully submit to
tho public decision. It has been unfortunate for
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow
els. Tliis is not. Many of them produce bo much
griping pain and revulsion in the system ns to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
them. These pills produce no irritation or pain,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. Being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any
quantity ; but it is better that any medicine 6hould
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their
uso in the several diseases to which they are ap
plicable arc given on tho box. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we
may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap-
Eetitc, Listlcssncss, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
iilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in tho Sido
and Loins ; for, in truth, all these arc but the con
sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an
aperient thv afford prompt and sure relief in Cos
tiveness, Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body,
Ulcers and impurity of the blood ; in short, any
and every case where a purgative is required.
They nave also produced some singularly suc
cessful cures in Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gravel,
Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart, Pains in the
Back, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely
taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood
and prepare the system for tho change of seasons.
An occasional do'so stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, and restores tho appe
tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, by their
stimulant action on tho circulatory system, reno
vate tho strength of the body, and restore the
wasted or diseased energies of tho wholo organism.
Hence an occasional dose is advantageous, even
though no serious derangement exists; but un
necessary dosing should never bo carried too far,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand cases in which,
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but
they suggest themselves to the reason of every
body ; and it is confidently believed this pill will
answer a better purpose than any thing which has
hitherto been available to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, tho public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when injA of a
cathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrap y are
Elcasant to take, and being purely vei i, no
arm can arise from their uso in any qvAJ,
For minute directions see wrapper on tho Box.
JAMES C. AYEE,
rractical nnd Analytical Chemist,
Price 25 Conti per Box. Five Boxes for SL
For the rapltl Cure of
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
This remedy has won for itself 6uch notoriety
from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount tho evi
dences of its virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wido is tho field of its use
fulness, and so numerous tho cases of its cures,
that almost every section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the
lungs by its use. When once tried its superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too appa
rent to escape observation, and where its virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote
to employ for the distressing and dangcroijs affec
tions of tho pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climate. And not only in formidable at
tacks upon tho lungs, but for the milder varieties
of Colds, Couohs, Hoarseness, &c. ; and for
Children it is the plcasantcst and safest medicine
that can bo obtained.
As it has long been in constant use throughout
this section, wc need not do more than assure the
people its quality is kept up to the best that it ever
has been, and that tho genuine article is sold by
J.S. Fnrrand, Detroit; Hcnrv Griffin, Grand
Haven: II. G. Post, Holland; Steel & Hedges,
Steel's Landing; nnd by all dealers in medicines
THE largest nnd best assortment of Dress Trim
mings ever beforo brought to this market, just
received by F. & W.
LL Wool Gala Plaids, for Ladies wear, a splen
did article, just received by F. & W.
BLACK Brocade, Plaid and Striped Dress Silks,
just received by F. & W.
choice assortment of Ladies Cloth just re
ceived by F. & W.
Transportation Company 1 1
. CAPITAL,. $900,000.
Incorporated uiuler the Laws of the State
of New York
Hie Merchants Transportation Company. The
Clinton Line. The New York and Cincinnati
. Line. The American Transportation Company
The Western State Line. 'The New York and
Western Line. The Western Ixike Boat Lino
The Troy and Erie Line.
npiIE above named lines have sold their propcr
JL ty to this company, which will be prepared
on the opening of navigation, to otl'er tho facilities
of the united interest of thoso lines for the pur
pose of transporting property, either Fast or W est.
The company has abundant means,, both in
steam propellers and boats', to give any property
intrusted to them the greatest dispatch, nnd it
shall be their caro to transport all pioperty safely
and in good order.
The President and Directors, believing that their
present organization will enable them to do the bu
siness intrusted to them us cheap, and fully equal,
if not better than it has heretofore been done, so
licit from the customers of the before mentioned
lines a continuanco of their patronage.
KUFUS C. PALM KB, President.
HIRAM NILKS, Vice President.
WKLLS D. WALL15R1DGE, Secretary.
JOHN IS. WHEELER, Treasurer.
Hiram Nilcs, Rufus C. Palmer,
Wm. Montenth, Wells 1). Wallbridge,
James O. Evans, Franklin Lee,
Horatio N. Bolt, . A. H. White,
N. Chamberlin, John It. Wheeler,
Ansel R. Cobb, M. M. Caleb.
For freight contracts apply to tho follow
ing offices :
Company's office, Marine Block, BufTalo ;' II. X.
Holt. M. M. Caleb, No. G t, Pearl street, New York ;
N. Chamberlin, A. II. White, No. lfr, Broadwav,
New York; G. G. Kidder, J. C. Oatman. No. i'J,
State street, Boston ; C. M. Chapin, No. 25, Quay
street, Albany ; and
Haxton, Cutleu & Warts, GramLIIavcn.
Wc arc prepared to contract freights from New
York, Albany, Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit, and
other ports on the lakes, by the above, to Grand
Rapids, or Ionia, direct.
Goods contracted from Chicago to any port on
Grand River, at fair rates.
Haxton, Cutler & Warts.
Grand Haven, March U0, 18o.
New Drug, Medicine, and Grocery Store.
GRIFFIN & Co. have now in store and to arrive
at the old stand opposite the Washington
House, the following named goods which will be
sold at lowest rates for Ready Cash.
Pork, Hams Flour, Butter, Lard, Hamburgh &
Illinois Cheese, packing and tablo Salt, dry and
green Apples and Peaches, Potatoes, Onions, Corn,
Com meal, Oats, Ship stuff and Bran.
Clarified & Brown Sugars. Molasses, chewing
and smoking Tobacco, St. Louis Syrup, Vinegar,
Hysoh, Green, nnd Black Teas, Bice, Bio and Java
Coffee, Pepper, Spice, Nutmeg, Cloves, Ginger,
Matches, Saleratus, Soda, Cream Tartar, brown,
and toilet Soap, Candles, Mustard, Pickles, Snuff,
Regalia, Principe, Havana and Jenny Lind Cigars,
Catsup, Soda and Boston Crackers, Brooms, Tubs,
Pails, covered Boxes, Italian Maccaroni, yeast
Powders, Indigo, Fig blue, Cocoa, Chocolate, Rai
sins. Nuts, Citron, Prunes, Sago. Saltpetre, Salts,
Soda, Mackerel, White lish, Codfish, Clothes Pins,
Mop handles, Brushes, Bed wood, Madder, Log
wood, Copperas, Candies of all kinds, Nut galls,
Liquorice, Black lead, Davis' Ink, Blacking, Pow
der, Shot and Caps.
Winter, Lamp, Linseed, Sweet, Olive, Lemon,
Peppermint, Cinnamon, Anise,CIovcs,Worm wood,
Caraway, Castor, Cedar, Ergot, Bosemary, Burga
mot, Juniper, Cod Liver, Wintergrccn, Hemlock,
extract Conium Cubebs, Organium, Canada Bal
sam Copcvia, Tinct. Opium, Paragorie, Capsicum,
Myrrh, Cardamon, Lavender, Laudanum, Orange
Peal, &c., &c.
Medicines, Drugs, Crockery, Glass, &c.
Opium, Morphine, Quinine, Bheubarb, Gentian,
Sarsaparilla, Aloe, Col umbo, Trusses, Breast
pipes, syringes, Quassia, Borax, iEthcr, Spirits Ni
tre, Turpentine, Ammonia, Arrow Boot. Acetate
Ziiik, Arsenic, Antimony, Blue Pill, Moffatt's,
Brandrcths, &c, Alkanet, Bay Bum, Court plaster,
Blood Boot, Cochineal, Chloroform, Corrosive
.Sublimate, Castile Sonp, Chalk red & white, Whi
ting.Whitc & Bed Lead, painters and artists Brush
es, Gold leaf. AssatYrtida, Gum Arabic, Gamboguc,
Manna, Saffron, quart, pint, 1-2 pint bottles anil
vials, Tumblers, lea pots, Plates, Cups & Saucers,
Pitchers, Chambers, Glass Tabic Lamps, Jalap,
Hops, pure Gin, Brandy, Wine &c. for medicinal
purposes, Cough Candy, Osgood's Chologoguc,
Magnetic Ointment, Bears Oil, Lubin's extract,
Fosgatc's Cordial, Turlington's Balsam, Hair Dye,
Hair Oils, Oak Oil, Bad ways B. B., Godfrey's Cor-
Onmlcldoe. Avers Pectoral. Shakers Herbs.
Yankee Notions, buck Mitts and Gloves, Boys
mitts, Whip lashes, Writing & Letter Paper, pens,
wafers, envelops, note paper.
Grand Haven, Sept. 12, 18.31. f 137 tfj
Bell's Commercial College,
Incorporated ly the Legislature of Illinois
rpiITC extraordinary patronage bestowed upon
X this popular institution nnorus gratuylng ev
idence that tho superior advantages and facilities
it offers for tho acquisition of a thorough Com-
meucialFducatiox aro favorably appreciated.
llic course of study is the most extensive, com
pletc and thorough ever introduced into any com
mcrcial college in this country, and comprises
practical instruction in Uook-Keeping and ac
counts, adapted to all kinds of bnsincs; a com
plete course of commercial calculations; business
penmanship ; tho subjects of commercial law; the
art of detecting counterfeit nank notes, with much
other knowledge indispensable to correct business
The design of this Institution being to qualify
its students lor the practical and intelligent dis
charge of an accountant's duties; the school is,
therefore, considered a counting-room, and the
student at once introduced to the workings and
routine of business; and the practical value of the
education it affords is sufficiently demonstrated by
tho fact that the several hundreds of young men
who have entered from the States of Illinois, In
diana, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Oldo and New
York, occupy some of tho most lucrative and res
ponsible business stations, and arc receiving sala
ries from $t'00 to $1200 each, per annum, being
greatly beyond their previous ability to command.
The college possesses a library of over 1000 vol
umcs for the gratuitous use of its sudents. The
school is in continual session, nnd students may
enter whenever they please. Circulars and cata
logues furnished gratis on application to
D. V. UL1
210 m l
Chicago, October 2, 1855.
TjMtENCII MERINOS, PAR A3MET-
-1- tas, Alnpaccas,'' Gala Plaids, Delaines, Cash
meres, etc. etc., selling off at extremely low prices.
OLOUKD Thibet Merino, French Merino and
all Wool Detains, Just received by
HOSIKUY Ladies and Misses cotton and cash
mere Hose, and a large assortment of Chil
dren's Fancy Worsted Stockings, at Albee's.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, ss:
IN the matter of the Estate of Cbarlos Cuplt de
ceased, notice is hereby givon that I have ap?
pointed and do hereby appoint Monday tho sev
enth day of April next, and Monday tho seventh
day of July next, at one o'clock in the afternoon
of those days, at the house of Henry Pcnnoycr. in
Grand Haven, to receive examine and adjust all
claims and demands of all persons against the es
tate of Charles Cupit, late of said county of Otta
wa, deceased, when and whero all persons
interested are required to appear and present
their claims with the necessary proof for allow
ance, or bo thereafter forever barred of Jill
claims against said estate, tho seventh day of Ju
ly next being tho last day of tho time limited for
the creditors of said estate to present their claims
for allowance Dated at the, Probato Office in
Grand Haven the seventh day of January 185(1.
William Hathaway Jr. Judgo of Probate, lwj
STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa ss:
At a session of the Probato Court for tho county of
Ottawa, holden at tho Probate Office, in tho vil
lage of Grand Haven, on Monday, the fourth
day of February, in the year one thousand eight
hundred and fifty six : Present, William Hath
nway, Jr., Judge of Probate. In the matter of
the estate of Elijah Walcott, deceased :
ON reading and filing the petition, duly verified
of Sarah Walcott, widow of said deceased,
praying that she may be appointed administratrix
on said deceased' estate : Thereupon it is ordered
that Monday, the third day of March next, atone
o'clock in tho afternoon, bo assigned for tho hear
ing of said petition, and that tho heirs at law of
said deceased, and all others interested In said es
tate, are required to appear at a session of eaid
court, then to be holden at the Probato Office, in
the village of Grand Haven, and show cause, if
there be, why the prayer of tho petitioner should
not bo granted: And It is further ordered that said
petitioner give notice to tho persons interested in
said estate, of the pendency of said petition, and
tho hearing thereof, by causing a copy of this or
der to bo published in the Grand River Times, a
newspaper printed nnd circulating in said county
of Ottawa, three succcsssivo weeks previous to
said day of hearing.
William Hathaway, Jr., 4
228 wl J Judge of Probate.
1?LOUR and Meal on consignment
Sweet's Superfine Flour, Middling
100 bbls. of
s and Corn
BOCEBIES, a choice lot, just received at
JT Griffin's Drugstore.
"1855. GRAND EIVER AND 1855."
CHICAGO STEAM PACKET.
Tliv Stnutu-U, Ui'pcr Cabin
Propeller, Ottawa, Jerry Sanders, IHastcr,
WILL make semt-wcckly trips between Grand
Haven and Chicago during this season, ns
r Leave Grand Haven, Mondavs nnd Thursdays at
0 o clock, v. m., arriving at Chicago next morn
ing. Leave Chicago Wednesdays and Fridays at G
o'clock, i: m., arriving at "Grand Haven next
For freight or passage apply to tlic undersigned,
owners, at Grand Haven, or to J no. M. Fox, Grand
llapids. and James 11. Ilugunin, Chicago.
H7" Freightage contracted for from Chicago to
Grand Haven. FFlIIiY & SONS.
Grand l!nvcn,May 8, 18 5.
BONNETS. We have the largest stock of Don
nets ever brought 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 C. & W's.
TUST printed and for sale, at the Times office, a
very neat and convenient table of sawlogs re
duced to board measure tho calculations arc cor
rect and reliable, and the size and shape conveni
ent for use.
F.very man engaged in lumbering ought to be
provided with this tabic, to enable him to make
his own calculations on the contents of logs. The
expense is but trifling.
lings I Oltlllngg!! Clean ltngsl 1 1
ANY quantity of Clean Taper Hags wanted at
this office. Subscriptions to the " Times'"
may be paid in Hags, and Hags will pay for our
money, tncreiore, prouueo me .uugs.
September 2'J, 1S-W.
Wl) are constantly receiving additions to our
spring and summer stock of Dry Goods, our
assortment is nearly complete, and as to prices we
defy competition ; our assortment consists in part
or Chain Ueragc, Poplins, Printed Lawns, Alpacas,
Mous. dc Lains figured and plain, Mohair Lustres,
Ginghams, Calicoes, inc. &c. Please call and sec.
Cutlek & Warts.
IYON'S KATIIAKION an excellent prcpara
j tion for the Hair, to prevent baldness, falling
off of the Hair a largo supply just received at
C. & W.
STATIC OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, ss :
In the matter of the Estate of Gilbert Gannon
rpilli undersinged having been appointed, by
X the Probate Court of tho County of Ottawa,
State of Michigan, Commissioners to receive and
a just all claims and demands of all persons against
the Estate of said deceased, notice is hereby given
that they will meet for the purposo of cxamaning,
allowing nnd adjusting all claims and demands
which may bo presented to them against said Es
tate, at the house of Patrick Prendergast, in the
township of Tallmadgc on Monday, the third day
of December next, and Monday, the third day of
March next, at 1 o clock in the attcrnoon ot those
days, the third day of March, A..D, 185(5, being the
last day of tho time limited for the creditors of
said Estate to present their claims lor allowance.
Dated October 23d, 1855. . 215 w7
Patiuck Puknokkgast, j commissioners
Hkxky Connolly. J commissioners.
WE have just received a large addition to
our extensive assortment of Keady Mado
Clothing, suitable for Spring and Summer wear,
which wc arc offering at unusually low prices.
Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere
UiiSTOCK of Groceries consists in part of
N. O. Sugar, P. 11. do., Stuart's Syrups and
Molasses, Fresh Uaisins,in 1-2 and 1-1 boxes, Cod
flish, the best in market, etc., etc.
Oour stock is now complete and wc are selling
cheap for cash. Ladies and Gentlemen, give us a
call. Cutleu & Warts.
New Goods, at Reduced Prices.
C. DAVIS & CO.
A HE now receiving a largo and well selected
stock of goods, for the Fall and Winter trade.
Consisting of Staple nnc" Fancy Dry Goods, lieady
Mado Clothing, such ns Fancy Dress nnd Sack
Coats, Overcoats, Pants, Vests, Shirts and Draw
ers, I lats and Caps, Hoots and Shoes, Drugs and
Medicines, Paints and Oil, Groceries and Provis
ions, Shelf Hardware, Iron, Nails nnd Glass, Glass
ware and Crockery. Stoves and Stovepipe. All of
which .will bo sold cheap for Iieadv Par. The
highest prico paid for Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Shinglo Holts and Square Timber. C7tf.
Muskegon, Ottawa Co., Mich., Oct. 1, 1832. -
OUli stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware
and Crockery, will bo sold ntnvrv omniio-i.
vanco from cost, to make room for tho New
Goods. Now is your thno for bargains. Call at
the new storo of JIaxtox, Cutleu & Warts.
ILS 10 bbls. Dolled and Iiaw Linseed and
Winter Lamp Oils, at
NOTICE Is hereby given that the nndersigned,
commissioncrs appointed by tho Hon. Judgo
of Probato for Ottawa county, to receive, examine,
and adjust all claims and demands of all persons
against tho estate of Jeremiah Allen, late of said r
county, deceased, and six montli9 being allowed
the creditors of said estate to present their claims '
to us, from the 10th day of December )ast, will '
meet to receive and allow all proper claims against
said estate, at the Denton House, in Eastmanville,
in said county, on the 7th day of June next, at"
1 o'clock in tho afternoon.
Eastmanville, January 28, 185G. 1 5w 227
Boots & Shoes.
LAUGE assortment, among which may be
found Ladies Tan colored and Congress silk-
Gaiters, Misses lironze Hootcs and Silk GaltCJS,
children's Ilru.c and Patent Leather Shoes ana
Tan colored Gaiters, Gents Patent Leather, Con
gress, and Lasting Gaiters, which wc will sell low--er
than ever before offered in this place.
June 4, 1855. Fkkry & Wallace.
BliAIDS. Silk nnd Worsted, Linen Edgings, lat
est styles, for sale at tho store of
GEORGE PAHKS & Co,
General Land Agents,
WILL attend to sclacting, locating and pro
empting Government Lands, also to the salo
and purchaso of other lands, and tho payment of"
Wo have complete soctional maps of Ottawa,
Oceana, and Mason counties, which arc carefully
corrected each week.
We are able to designato Pino and Farming
Lails,and will do so at rcasonablo rates, and war
rant the lands to be as recommended.
We will make selections for those for whom wc
may locate lands at the Stato or the United States
Land Offices, when desired. Also wo will make
and correct plats of the above named counties on
All business entrusted to us will be attended to
promptly, and for moderate charges.
Office second door below tho Washington
House, Grand Haven, Mich. 205 tf.
THE subscriber would call the attention of those
who desire to purchase Fruit Trees, to his ex
tensive assortment, of over
50,000 Choice Apple Trees,
Embracing all the best varieties, from seven to ten
2000 Dwarf and Standard Fear Trees,
largo and flno. Also a good assortment of
Plum, Cherry and Peach Trees,
of largo size. All the above trees arc healthy and
vigorous and larger than can usually bo obtained
from any of the Eastern Nurseries. I have also a
good assortment of Nursery articles, among which
arc twelve varieties of climbing, and twenty-five
varieties of monthly Plooming Hoses, Syrenga
Honeysuckles, Fringe Trees. Japan Quince, China
Lilac, Common Lilac, Spireas, Weiglia, Iiosea, Al
thca, Flowering Almond, Snow Halls, etc., all of
which will bo sold ns low as they can be obtained
from RESPONSIBLE Nurserymen East. Al
so a lot of
Seedling Apple Trees,
which I will sell for three cents each. Although
grown in this citj', I will warrant them just nsgood
as thoso grown at Hochcstcr, or elsewhere, nnd
sold about the country by tree pedlars for twenty
live cents each. I shall be pleased to have any
and all persons interested in tho culture of Fruit
call on mo and examine the Trees I offer for sale.
212 ly Geo. O. Nelson.
City Nurseries, Grand Rapids, October 1, 1S55.
New Furniture Ware Rooms !
WILLIAM T. POWERS
TTOULD respectfully inform his friends nnd
the public, that he has fitted up somo new
rooms, one door East of the ware rooms formerly
occupied by Powers, Hall & Co., and now kept bv
liall. Noycs jj Colby, and will keep constantly on
hand, a large assortment of
New and FashionaUe Furniture,
Consisting of Sofas, Tctc a Tctes, Mahogony,
Cane Scat and Uoston llockcrs, Centre and Card
Tables, lJurcaus, Hook Cases, Mahogony and
Common Ucdstcads, Cane Seat Chairs, Tables,
Looking-glasses, Rosewood and Gilt Mouldings,
for Picture Frames, Mattrasses. Looking-glass
Plate Coffins, nnd all other articles belonging to the
Trade, all of which he will sell low, For Cash.
Grand Rapids, October 1, 18")"). 212 ly
Agricultural Warehouse and
THE subscribers have recently opened a store on
Canal 6trcct, opposite the Public Hall, where
they keep constantly on hand a largo assortment
Farming Implements, Machines,
They are also mf.nufactnring Pr.oivs of tho
most approved Eastern Patterns (including the
celebrated Curtis Flow), also, Cultivators, Grain
Cradles, &c. They keep constantly on hand Points
for more than fifteen different kinds of Plows.
These Points, as well as all other castings mado
at this shop, are of the best quality of hard iron.
The wooding of. Plows is done by Henry Stone,
whose long experience "in tlic business, enables hi in
to excel in this branch of business.
Farmers and those connected with agricultural
pursuits, arc invited to call nnd satisfy themselves
that this is just the establishment which they have
so long needed. i. Stwne & Cnunn.
Grand Rapids, February 1, 1853. 178 ly
KEADY MADE CLOTHING can bo purchased
of Haxton, Cutler & Warts, at less money
than any other storo in town. Our stock consists
of Tweeds, Uroadcloth, Kentucky Jean and Satti
nctt Coats, and Pants ; Demin Overalls and Sacks,
Striped Shirts, Red and Blue Flannel Shirts, &c.
Grand llapids Book Bindery;.
THE undersigned would inform tho citizens, of
Ottawa county that they have now in sue- .
cessful operation, in connection wiflr their Print
ing Establishment, a Hook Dmdcry, located on
Canal street, Grand Rapids, next door to tho Post
They keep on hand, for salo, and will manufac--turc
to order all kinds and sizes of
Elan T5L Boolis,
such as Day Hooks, Journals, Ledgers, Shipping
Hooks and all kinds of
in the best style, which will bo sold at DETROIT-
Magazines, Music, Periodicals, bound, and OM
Rooks re-bound in every desirable style.
7 All work warranted.
Jacob Barns & Co
Grand Rapids, January G, l&w. 171 ly
E LAINES, beautiful styles, just received at
OCKS Another lot of Vermont home mad;
Socks, just received at Albek s.
HATS and Caps, Boots nnd Shoes, naruwa'
Crockery. Groceries, nnd a great variety
other goods too numerous to mention, now opi
ing and offered for salo at tho store of
CUTLKU C V? A IITH.
LADIES CLOTHS, several piocos of tho b
quality call eoon or it will be gone ot
SLEIGH Shoes, ground smooth, at
S. &C's.Ag'l. W axchous