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WANTED MORE KANSAS OUT-
IiAQES. i , ,
The Fremont papers and politicians, aware
that tho entire capital of the party consists in
the excitement of the popular mind on "out
rages" of the Kansas and Sumier order, are
fearful tliat peace and order may ba restored,
and then their "occupation's gone." Hence
tho Tnta,and other papers of its class, call
on the House to reject all practicable plans
: for the settlement of the Kansas question,
and to insist upon the impracticable. Hence
nTTtraoro of tho border ruffians" is hailed
with ill-concealed 'delight. The "friends of
. i i l. i.:v.
Kansas are counseieu 10 measures v men ran
'have, and are designed to have no other effect
' than to exasperato mo puunc mina 10 a
civil war and bloodshed, that votes may be
Becured to the republican party. It is worthy
of remark that tho leaders who talk and
write so valiantlv are careful never to place
their Drecious bodies inieonardv. The Rced-
ers, tho Laws, tho GreelyB and tho Bccehers
are missing when their principles are to oe
carried to conclusions. Tho Tribune :cjoicc3
in a correspondent at St. Louis, who was sent
from Worcester, Mass., to manufacture "out
rages" and "public opinion" for that paper.
He is stylde the Rev. T. W. Higginson the
same person, wo suppose, that figured in the
Anthony Burns rescue attempt at Boston.
Wo do not know what denomination of the
gospel of peace claims him. In his letter of
the 2d inst., speaking of a party of Worcester
emigrants under the command of one Cutler
who had gone up the Missouri river, ,he says :
"I almost hope to hear that some, of their
lives fiave been sacrificed, for it seems as if
nothing but that would arouse the Eastern
States to act. This seems a terrible thin"
to say, but these are terrible times: times
which ought not to excite a man, but to make
him calm and resolute."
This "calm and resolute" shepherd, whow
most hopes to hear of the slaughter of his
townsmen and probably parishioners, has, it
seems some voice and authority in directing
tho movements of tho "friends of Kansas."
In the same letter he says, speaking of a sec
ond Worcester party under tho command
' btowell :
"Do you know that they came and abso
lutely begged of mo to let them go up the
Missouri river in the track of Cutler, pledging
themselves to die, if need bo, to redeem tho
honor of Massachusetts ? From tho bottom
of my heart I felt with them ; one word from
mo one word from me would have done it,
but I did not feel authorized to speak that
word, and therefore sent them on by the oth
er route. Had they gone by the river I sho'ld
have gone with them, for I never found any
thing harder than it will be to quit this river,
believing, as I do, that there are plans prac
ticable by which the passago might yet bo
opened to free emigrants." ,
0, Rev. sir, why did you not speak th.it
"one word?" why did you send them on "by
the other route?" Above all, why did 3-011
not go with them to counsel and advise the
young men who, far off among tho hills of
Massachusetts, had listened to your sermons,
been fascinated with your eloquent praises of
of the pleasures of dying for " freedom," and
to launch into the unknown sea of "border
ruffianism" without a pilot? '
"But there must be some outrages yet be
fore even the North-west is ready for those
measures, much less tho East."
This tells the story. The spirit of republi
canism blazes "even in tho North-west."
The "cast" is quite hopeless unless somo new
"outrage" can be improvished. Will not
Stringfellow or Dave Atchison help the Rev.
Mr. Higginson and Horace Greeley?
Buffalo Commercial Advertiser
Detroit, July 17.
Burning of the Steamer Indiana. The
Northen Indiana left Buffalo at 10 P. M. last
night, a little ahead of the steamer Mississ
ippi. Sho kept about four or five miles
ahead of the latter till about 11 o'clock this
morning when the passengers of the Mississ
ippi discovered the Northern Indiana to be
on fire. Tho ill-fated boat is supposed to
have taken fire from friction.
It is supposed that some forty or fifty per
The Mississippi brought, the survivors to
this city, very many of whom arc leftdetitutc.
Tho Northern. Indiana had 110 souls on
board when sho left Buffalo, including the
crew. Probablv all lost were drowned.
. Kingston, C. Wm July 18.'
The Propeller Tcnto was burned last night
off Nine Mile Point, and is a total wreck.
About 12 persons are lost, among them nro
Capt. Campbell and a Mr. Henderson. ! ,Tho
passengers and 1 2 of the crew were saved.
' New York, July 15.
The Washington correspondent of tho N.
Y. Herald says: I am informed this evening
that a requisition from the Govcror! of Cali
fornia to the President, has been received call
ing on him to furnish U. S. troops to enforce
tho Laws which have been trampled upon by
the action of the Vigilance Committee of that
The Poole murder will, it is estimated, cost
New York city something like $100,000.
Tho cost of summoning extra jurors on the at
tempt to bring onthesecond trial was $6,200.
Appropriate. Sinco Greeley's awful sto
ries about Kansas, it is proposed to call him
Horrors Greeley. "
.. New York, June 17.
Mr. Mason Recalled. The Washington
correspondence of tho Herald states it is re
ported Mr. Mason, Minister to Franco, has re- j
quested to be recalled.
THE GRAND 111 VEIt TIMES
GUAM) HAVEN, MiCIIlCANi
' WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 23, IS50. "
OF PENSSYLVANIX.. - ....
FOR VICE PRESIDENT, 'i
JOHN C. BR ECKENPJDGE,
' OF KEXTUCKT. ' .."
; Democratic titnte Convention. "i
A Democrntic State Convention will be held -H
the Court House, in tlie village of Jackson, on Wed
nesday the sixth day pf August, next; at II o'clock,
in the forenoon, to make nominations for' State
Ollicers, and to transact such other business as
may properly come before the convention. - ,-
Ottawa County is entitled to two delegates.
By order of the State Central Committee;
. Washington Items. Action upon the
case of Messrs. TCeitt and'Edmunson Accom
plices of Mr. Brooks, in the 1Sumnc'r aflair,
was had in the. House, on tho 11th inst j The
resolution censuring Mr.; Keitt was adopted
by ayes, 10G, nays, 90. That censuring -Mr.
Edmunson, was rejectee!, ayes, CO, nays, 120,
Mr. Keitt has since resigned his seat in the
House. Mr Brooks has' also resigned, and
rumor has it that Senator Butler will resign
his position in tho Senate, that his, gallant
kinsman may bo elevated to a more honora
ble station as a reward, probably, for his prow
ess. The jury in the case of Herbert for the
murder of Keating could not agree, and were
discharged, and the time for another trial ap
pointed. A new . Jury was summoned on
the 10th inst. It is stated that the widow of
Keating recently died 'of grief and melan
choly induced by the murder of her husband.
Arrival of the .Africa. Tho Africa
arrived at New York on the 11th inst. Gen
eral news of little importance. ' ,
The papers contain two letters, from the
Earl of Clarendon; one upon the enlistment
question, the other upon the' Central Ameri
can question. Clarendon exprcsseshis satis
faction that Mr. Dallas is authorized to nco
tiate upon tho Central American question,
and states that ho is prepared to enter into
negotiations which, he trusts, will be conduct
ed in that spirit of cordiality and frankness
which is dictated by the true interest of Great
Britain and the United States.
Nicaragua. The Orizba recently arriv
ed from San Juan del Sur. An election for
President of Nicaragua took place on the
24th of June, when Gen. Walker was elected
to that oflicc by an overwhelming majority,
tho common people looking upon him as
their deliverer from the oppression and injus
tice of their native leaders. Tho army has
been increased to 1900 men and two fine ar
tillery companies, with six field pieces.
j2T The propeller Troy arrived at this
port from Buffalo, Tuesday morning, with a
tre-men-ju-ous load of freight for different
points in the Grand Iliver Valley. We no
ticed on tho wharf, in addition to, general
merchandize, boilers, steam engines, &c, a
largo assortment of agricultural implements,
of most approved patterns, destined for
Cumin's Agricultural Warehouse, Grand
llapjds, where our fanners would do well to
call and examine them. . .
In the case of contested scats of Rep
resentatives from Illinois, the House; 011 the
18th inst., refused to admit Mr. Archer to a
seat in that body, and a resolution was passed
declaring that a vacancy exists in the Vtli
Congoessional District of Illinois, and refer
ring the election back to the people.
$3T The President has nominated John
Forsyth as Minister to Mexico in place of
Mr. Gadsden, re-called. , ,
The name of the postolTicc,' Steel's
Landing, has been 'changed to Lamont-.
Mail matter intended for that place should
bo addressed accordingly.
j2T Our thanks are due. to Hon. Lewis
Cass for his speech on the President's veto
messages, on tho River and Harbor appropri
ation bills; and to Hon. Ciias. E. Stuart
for a beautiful map of Central1 America:1
itS?" Godeifs Ladus Book, for August,
has arrived. It w an improvement, if possil
sible, in excellence upon even its best prede
cessors. ' 1 ' 1
At a meeting of the Democracy of the
township of Ottawa, held at Grand Haven,
July 22, '50, to elect delegates to attend the
County Convention," to be held at Lamont,
23d inst., Hon. Henry Pcnnoyer . was called
to the Chair, and II. G. Post '.was', chosen
Secretary.' '' . ' ' : 1 1 "
R. W. Duncan;'; II. Pcnnoyer, V. II. Parks
and John T. Dayisj were elected delegates to
attend said Convention. Tho meeting then
adjourned tine die! '
H. PENNOYER, Chairman. '
H. G. Post, SccV.
" HE PUBLICAN CONSISTENCY.
,", There are two democratic pajers publish
ed jn the county of Ottawa, tho "Hollander
and the I'imes.
" Both applied to tho Auditor General for
the advertising of tho. tax sales in Ottawa
county. The 'Hollander tJauncd .it 6n the
score of justice, the Times Ja.vg received,
much more than its proportion of, patronage
of this kiiid, and the ' Hollander being the
oldest paper, arid having much ! tho .largest
circulation. ' Its application was backeby
the petition of a large number of tho cjtizens
of the Colony, of all parlies, asking thai the
taxj printing bf given to the 'Hollander.1 for
the reasons stated.' " . ' ,;' ". 1 !
u Our pure, high ' principled republicans
sent two (lifferent emissaries 'to' bribe tho ed
itor and proprietor of 'the ' Holla kite r to hc
advocacy of republican1 doc trines' as held bv
tho present dynasty in'MichigMn,'t)ilenughiin
jarge sump 01 money, a nu me lax printing, 11
he' would comply with their wishes, arid
threatening to 'establish a 'hew' paper,' if lie
refused ; but threats and promise both failed.
io refused to sell cither his principlespr his
paper for their djily money'. ' Wo now learn
that our republican 'Auditor General , con
cludes to advertise the tax sales in thS' Time's.
' "The consistency of 'this will l' apparent
to( every one who' recollects that condemna
tion of tho opposition to the .repeal of tlie
Missouri Compromise, and the. Kansas arid
Nebraska bill are the great leading doctrines
of the Republicans, that the Hollander op
posed the repeal of the 'Missouri Compro
mise and the Kansas 'Nebraska bill in the out
set, and has never supported them, while the
Times has. never opposed iliem, but has, to
say tho least,' silently acquiesced in them as
party measures. ,'' ' . '
' : MVe believe that' the 'feet that theeditor
and ' proprietors of the Hollander belong to
the class who have boen'contcmptuoiisdy call
ed 'Dutch. Cattle,' was one reason why our
know-nothing friends could not do tho Hoi
laitder justice.'.' ' . ' 1 .': . ,.'
" We arc sorry that they should succeed in
using democratic! tools to 'wreak their petty
vengeance upon us, 'for the crime, of . our for
eign birth and our refusal' to sell our princi
ples to them. At thesame time wo feel flat
tered by the choice of the', Republicans, as
showing their opinion of tlie, relative impor
tance of the two paper's, iri spreading deiiio
cratic principles, and ''which they consider
least likely to harm them ju the coming cam
paign. More on this subject' hereafter."
ThcS above, appears as the leading ed
itorial article iri the Hollander of the 10th
inst. In perusing this article, persons not ac
quainted with the facts in' the case, might be
led to suppose' that we' had ' used some dis
honorable means to obtain .the publication of
tho tax sales, or that the Auditor General
has exercised undue partmlityoward tho
limes' in again Conferring upon that paper
the benefit of State patronage
It is true there are two Democratic papers
published jn the county ,of Ottawa ; both1 pre
sented petitions to the Auditor, General solic
iting the publication of the tax sales. ' The
one on the part of. the Hollander, it appears,
Ayas signed by a "large number ol the' citi
zens of the Colony, of all parties." On the
part of the Times no efforts -were, .made to
obtain signatures to the petition further than
the names of tho 'several county; officers
iri connection with the,' Supervisors represent
ing the respective '; towns of the county of Ot
tawa, numbering in all nineteen,, excepting
the inames of the two gentlemen who
represented tho towns of Holland and Zee
land. This we presumed would be sufficient
evidence to, the Auditor General "that tlie
manner in which wo had hitherto performed
this duty, to the. State: and county,; was per
fectly satisfactory to all concerned,. and that
the voice of a vast inajonty of the electors of
the county, were they called upon to' decide
upon the paper most proper to. receive State
patronage, as far as concerns the publication
of the tax sales, would unhesitatingly desig
nate the 1 Times ns tho medium: i
' The Hollander, it is' true,' may publish tho
greater number of copies,; wcekhybut we arc
by no tneans assured that it has one-fourth
' , ' 1 , 1 . 1 : . . ....
the circulation in; the respective towns of the
county, particularly amongthe American pop
ulation, that tho 2'mes now enjoys. We are
informed by. creditable witnesses that its pir
culation, iu' this county, is confined principal
ly to the people speaking its language, in the
towns of Holland and Zeeland. A number
of copies are sent to tho office at this place,
and a few to other points. : ' " 1
This we believe to be an unvarnished state
incut of the facts in' tho case, anl no doubt
tho Auditor General jhas selected a medium
for .the , publication of the' tax ; sales, that
seemed to him,' in all respects, the most np:
propriate, and the'eitizens of the county, gen
erally, will, we believe, approve hia 1 decision.
It is a trait of character worthy oall com
mendation, admirable, indeed, in our esteem
ed cotemporary 'of tho..'oa?i(c,,';in'thcse
days of great moral degeneracy, to bo able
to resist the bribe of proffered gold, and prom
ises of largo State' patronage,- so alluringly
presented to his consideration by tho " emis
saries of('our purvgh principled Republi
cans." ; Such strict, tenacious adherence to
principlet.undcr most adverse circumstances,
merits a just recompense of reward.
In regard to the idea advanced that wo
aro not mora than half Democratio in our
views on tho leading topics of the day, as
sctorth iu the Times, wo are willing to ap
pal - to the 1 rcade'rV of :' our paper, if- we have
uot maintained a firm and xlecisive course,
though; moderato in this respect;: and though
wo have i not manifested ourselvca as; belong-
in to the class 'of; rabd, ranting, 'foaming
partiza'ns, our friends arid patrons have never
been at a loss ! whcro to find, us upon every
Important, political measure that has agitated
our common country since tho Times has had
An existence. 1 ' v .':
For the Grand Kiver Times,
Mb. Editor : -Allow nio .to ask yourself
arid youricandid readers if it. is proper to. is
sue a ire'neral invitation to'evetybody'to rqeet
at'a'partictilar place to 'celebrated the 4th of
fuly, ho anniversary of oui national inde
pendence, and when the multitudes .'arc. as
sembled to mako. it' the occasion of;partiziin
electioneering,' nnd the abuse of political op
ponents. If it is I confess I 'have not so read
the courtesies of society.' ,1 do not, in this
place, deny the right of a political party to
get up a celebration , for the purpose of ad
vancing their sentiments,' announcing their
object in advance, openly and before tho
wbrld. The propriety of this might bo a
Question; but the other is simply an outrage
upon thp amenities of Jifc. So every right
minded man would, judge in his cool mo
ments'.' -. If ix Democrat can at such a time
be allowed to stigmatize sympathy with tho
wrongs and sufferings inflicted upon Kansas
settlers, as fanaticism," and her prominent
Republican citizens as "clucking, fighting
game-cocks," surely a Republican rnilit with
tho' same propriety be permitted to call
Franklin Pierce a demagogue, and the Dem
ocratic a pro-slavery party. ' Would either of
ilicse ue proper at suca a lime? i trow not.
A word to the wise is sufficient.
Tor the Grand Iitvcr Times.
Mr. Barns: . Allow me to correct a false
impression that will evidently bo received
from the reading of. the last Times, in regard
to the celebration of. tho 4th at Eastman ville.
Tho toast upon Kansas, as well as that upon
the village, was not among the regular toasts
read by the toast master by permission of the
committee, but they were handed iri by an in
dividual as volunteer, and in the copy for the
press they were both accredited to that indi
vidual, having been written hastily may ac
count, for its beinir overlooked. : Nothinir of
a partizan character tainted the regular pro
ceedings of the day. The regular toasts up
on Kansas and tho other Territories" you
will append to these remarks, if you please.
In the toast upon " Washington," fcc, your
" Devil" should have read " deities," instead
of" duties,",. ,
" Kansas The garden of America, and
the nest-egg of fanaticism ;. may her soil be
cultivated by the-hardy pioneer, while no one
shall molest' or, make afraid, and when those
clucking, lighting, gx'ime-cocks, Reeder, Lane
it Co., with their abettors are frightened from
their nest, the sober, second thought of the
people will "produce a Shanghai State from
the Territorial Kansas-Nebraska egg.
" The village of Eastmanvillc May it be
the magnetic as it is the geographical center
of the county ; and ' may tho Hoard of Su
pervisors in their, legislativc authbrity fully
appreciate its, importance with a munificent
appropriation of funds to erect suitable build
ings for all county purposes."
The Port Huron and Milwaukee 'Railroad
Co. have paid their first instalment in full
for tho depot grounds at Port ' Huron. Tho
whole amc'nirit to' bo paid iV near 100,000.
Ati office for the Co. is nearly1 ready for occu
pation there. ' ' ' ;
Grand Rapids Daily Eagle.
:- Iarvklocs Cuiiks. -Vc have always
been slow to believo , the wonderful cures
which one medicine after another pretends to
have maderbut slow as we arc wo. will own
up, when wo arc fairly' convinced. Those of
our readers who are acquainted with the cas
'es.of Mrs. Reocb npjl Mr. Farwellj will not
think us lightly turned, when wo, confess our
belief that A ct s Cathartic Pills have vir
tues for purifying the blood which excel any,
thing within tho rango of our jicquaititance
hitherto. ; For those who aro not cognizant of
the facts; wo will tny't'ihe had been afflicted
for over eight years with scrofula which onlv
grew worse, in f-pite of all the" remedies sh
could employ,1 until she' took Ayer's Tills.,
Under their inffue'neo ono ' after , another of
her sores haVe healed, until he is apparently
as free ' from , the' 'complaint as out-selves.
IU has had livcrcomplaint'with pain in his
side that disabled him frotri work for a long
time; all other medicines had failed to afford
Jiim any permanent" relief, buj, a few doses of
Aycrs Pills cured hitn' and lie is now steadi
ly at his old post of conductor on tho cars.
Middlctown Daily Courier.
TERRIBLE' RAILROAD ACC1-
v ! i '.' , PiiiLADELrniA,July 17.
'A serious railroad accident occurred this
morning on the Northern Pcnn. Railroad by
the explosion of tho" boiler of an 'engine.
The cars wero filled wUli hh tmUrd nd
children of the St. Michaej CJbureliSatU
School bound on an excuBion.
k s' July 17.
Skcond DispATciL-Tho ic'cno of accideat
is fourteen-iniles from ' this city, near two
curve.8, so that an approachiag train can't .Ve
6een five .hundred yards, distant, iimd tlio
track is a single one. ' "
'' When thojocomotivcscalno togetjicr;'.they"
rose on, end, their fire-boxes nearly: ;oucedr
and scattcrd about tho wreck. Tho first ex
cursion car caught fjreand. it ; extended Vto
the other cars, piled1 upon it. i.! ; ' ;.. ' .'.;,v
Most extraordinary efforts, wero mado to
extricate the mutilated beings' crushed undei
tho wreck. . ' Many of tlieni'Jwc'rorstill 'aliy
when the flames reached them. , Tho groana
and cries that rent the air were awful. ': ' J
Two hojtels, ono Idwelling, ' a ' blackfemith's
shop and a small sbqd. within three hundred
yards of tho disaster, were used to shelter tho
dying and wounded. ' A number of 'physic
ians 'Iroin; this . city 'arid:, GermantWn verp
early in attendance. .).,.;. - : , i-.j .
Two engines - from' Chestnut Hill ' forced
water through hose to the . wreck,1 and, .after
working for several hours, tho human . re
mains beneath it wero removed. -Nineteen
bodies were removed to the, blacksmith shop;
three of them, supposed to bo females; under
another shed eight bodies; twenty charred bo
as to dc"fy recognition. ' " 1
The body of Father'Sheridan was recover
ed and brought to. the. cityj'i An immense
crowd was attracted to the spot from the sur
rounding country. Many friends of the deaol
and wounded . walked from the .city,' and .pro
ceeded thither in every description of vehicle,
which were .taken and made use of in bring
ing wounded and dead to the city.
'Third Dispatch. Tho .excursion , train
contained 1100 children with their parents
It came in collision with a down train on a
curve near Port Washington, w hile tho latter
was going slowly and the former rapidly..
Endeavoring to reach' the,, stopping " place,
both locomotives crushed,' and three cars of
the excursion' train coming together "caught
fire and were consumed.. , , V," ,
Beneath 'tlie ruins were a'nnnibcr crushed
so that recognition was impossible. The scene
was one of the most heartrending1 and terriblo
Latest accounts from 'the. sccno of disaster
report 35 killed and nearly 100' badly inju
800 persons were on tho train. 6 cars' en
tirely destroyd. ' Amongthe killed is Father
Sheridan, of St. Michael Catholic Church.
Wm. Van Staveron, Conductorof the down
train which CMiscd the accident to-day, has
commited suicide by taking arsenic. Wm.
Lee, tho engineer, has been arrested and com
mitted for examination. The train this even
ing broughtdownfourbodiesburncd to a crisp.
The remains were gathered up and brought
to this city. Twenty-seven bodies have not
been recognized, and t hey are so badly burn
ed, it is feared they never can be.
$aT Wc are constantly favored, through
the kindness of Mr. Leg a at," with the latest
Chicago papers ; Capt. T. W. White has'al
RO remembered us repeatedly iri this respect
D. B. COMSTQCK. Architect nnl Civil Engin
eer. Residence nt Lamontc (Steel's Ltinding),
Ottawa county, Mich.
Schooner for Sale.
THE clipper Iniilt. fnst soiling ron.tin schooner
Conveyor, of altout sixteen tuns burden, for
sale, laying in Grand River, opposite Grand Haven.
Enquire on board, or at the Licht-House.
June 30, '00. P. Van dev BnitG.
NOTICE is hcrebv given thnt in purpnnnce of a
license granted on the 10th dnv of Mar. 18'(5,
by the Probate Court of Ottawa County, Michi
pnn', to mc as administrator of the estate of John
"Walch. Jflte. of the State of Tennessee, deceased,
I shall sell at public auction, to the highest bidder,
on the 10th day of July next, nt twelve o'clock,
noon, at tho dwelling house of, Jeremiah McCar
thy, in the town of TallmadgC. Ottawa Coiintr. all
the ri?ht. title' nnd interest that John "VVnlch
died seized of. and to the west half of the north
west quarter of section ten, in town snip seven,
north of ran?e thirteen west, beinfr eiphtv acres.
DntiMl Mav22,l8.jC, Charles McCahtht, ,
' 21lw7 Administrator
The nbovo sale is postponed to the 0th day of
August: next, nt the same hour and place. ''
. Cuas. McCartht, Administrator.
July 10, 18--0.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, Eighth Judicial Circuit,
in Chancery:. ,.. .i
Suit pending in the Circuit Court for the County
of Ottawa in Chancer', nt Grand Haven, July
: 18. l8-r)rt: . ' " '
Andrew Little, Complainant. ) T T satisfactorily
vx. ' ' I appearing ' to
Mary Little. Defendant. , ' ) this Court that tho
defendant. Marv Little. Is not a resident of thi
State, on motion of Wm. II. Parks, solicitor 'for
said complainant, it Is ordered that the said Mary
Little cause her nppearanco in .this cause to, be
entered within three months from the date of this
order and that in case of her appearance she canso
her nnswer to tho complainant's bill to' be filed'
and a copy thereof to be served on the c6mplin
ant's solicitor in twenty days nfter a Service of a
copv of said bill and notice of this order, nnd in
default thereof, that said bill betaken nj'confess
cd bv'tbe said defendant : And Itfs furthcrorder
ed that' within twenty dnr.tli5 said 'mpla,n;,1nt
cntisc a'notfee of this order fp bcynblishedin tho.
Grand River Times, a paper pnnbilshed f0.kl.v' In
said county of Ottawa, and jUat flid publication
be ronlir tied once fn each wqek tot Mx.fnccesjlro
weeks, or that he cause a copy of tn,T?fr(lerT?. V
personally Ferrfcd on said defendant! Jlnry Little,
atlent twenty days before the time, above tre
seribol for ner appearance.' ' J1517
R. W. Duncan, Circuit Court Commissioner; for
Ottawa County. . - yr: y-
W. IL Park's, Spl'r for Complainant., Y .
NIONS A prime articleHust received nntt
for sale at grocery store of