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Pitt's Threshing, Machine.
1)ITT'S .Machine for Threshing and Cleaning
Grain stands without a rival in the world. It
is tho first successful portable machine of its kind
ever put in operation iu this or any other country.
It was offered: for tho public use before the, har
vest Ot 1837, and from that time down to tho pres
ent moment there has been no improvement made
iu the,priucip!eof the machine by any . inventor
in the same line.
,At the great trial of Threshing Machines In the
Kingdom of Trance, in competition with the best
Machines of all foreign countries, the Pitt Inven
tion won the highest prize given to any exhibitors
for competition. . -
At the great trial in France, in 185o, the net re
sults of a half hour s earnest work by the rival
-threshers and six men with flails (a force estimat
ed about equal to one of the machines), is as follows:.-
Six men with flails, ,
ritt's American Thresher,
Chiton's English Thresher,'
Duncir's French Thresher, .
Pinet's Belgian Thresher, .
Tims it is seen that the
CO litres of wheat
740 " .
410 " "
20 " 44
150 44 ' 44
threshed and cleaned 740 litres of wheat In 30 min
utcs, and tho .English, French and Belgian Ma
chines combined, but S10; showing that the dif
ference between the American, and three others
combined, was only 70 litres of wheat in favor of
the latter. , , . .
' The machine is manufactured and sold by II. A.
Pitts, one of1 the inventors and patentee, at his
Agricultural Warehouse, West Randolph st.f Chi
cago.' 1 n
Also, Titt's Improved Double Pinion Horse Pow
er, for either, eight or ten horses. The Power re
ceived the premium at the last Illinois State Fair,
held in Chicago.
E7'AnswcM given by return mail to inquiries
in relation to price of machine, terms of payment,
Direct to the undersigned, box 010, Uncngo,
HIRAM A. PUTS.
DllS. LeEUUXN tf- DUFTON,
Oculists and Aurists,
Deafness and Ear diseases radically cured.
DR. LeBUUNN offers to , those suffering from
Deafness Ids Jncal nobis Aurial lle.medies,
which havo been successful in nearly 3.000 cases of
confirmed deafnes.1. Thcso remedies comprise
different courses fo. diseases of .the internal, mid
dle and external ear, and have been pronounced
bv those celebrated Aurists. Drs. Cramer, of Ber
lin, Itard, and Deism, of Paris, Curtis, Pilchcr and
Yearslv. of London, 'jis being the most wonderful
and effectual ever applied for diseases of the inter
nal or middle ear. Dr. LcB. arrants a Cure, in
every case where the cards peifect in formation,
lie lias eighteen certificates of cures from those
who had been Deaf and Dumb, and whose hearing
is now completely .restored and arc now enabled to
learn the language. The names of '2,700 persons
Avho have been cured by Dr. LeB. may be seen on
.application. ' Pnticuts, by sending a description
of the case, can havo remedies sent to any part of
the United States.
In case of mucus accumulations in tho Eusta
chain Tube and Tympanum, inflammation of the
mucus membrane, nervous affections, diseases of
the membrane tympani, called the "drum," or
wheurthe disease can be traced to tho effects of
fevers or colds, the use of quinine or murcurial
medicines, gatherings in the cars in childhood,
vie", this treatment stands preeminent. When the
auditory is dry and scaly, with little or no secre
tion ; when the deafness Is accompanied with
noise in the ear, like falling water, chirping of in
jects, ringing of bells, rustling of leaves, continu
al pulsations, nnd discharge of matter, or when in
stooping, a sensation is leit as it a rusn oi moou
to the heal had taken place ; when the hearing is
less acute in dull, cloudy weather, or when a cold
has been taken, this method of treating the dis
ease is infallible
' Dr. .Dufton is the only Oculist in the United
Stales who practices the new, painless and suc
cessfurmcthod in treating all tho diseases to which
the eve U subject. Where every other means have
failed to afford relief, he asks from such a fair and
impartial trial. ' , .
' TkATimosy. The undersigned practitioners In
medicine lit the' city of New York, having had fre
quent occasion to witness the practice of Drs. Le
Bruuu nnd Dufton, in diseases of the Ear and Eye,
laying aside All professional jealousy, freely admit
that the course pursued by them in treating dis
cascsof these delicate organs, from the unparallel
ed success attending it, is well worth the attention of
ourprofessionai brethren throughout the United
States, feeling assured, as we do, that Aural Sur
gery has not met with that attention which its im
portance demands. Their system of tteating dis
eases of the middle and internal Ear, by "Medi
cated Vapors" particularly in chronic or complica
ted cases, forms a new era in the practice of Au
ral Surgery; such cases yielding, in almost every
instance, to this new and powerful agent.. This
practice fills np a void which has long been felt by
the general practitioner, cnnabling him to cope,
successfully, with every caso where perfect forma
tion exists. - .
,Indiseases of the Eye, they seldom require to
resort to an operation.
As-skillful Aurists and Oculists, enthusiastically
devoted to their profession, we cordially recom
mend them to such as mav require their aid.
Alcxr K. Mott, M. D., Horace Winslow, M. D.,
A. B. Francis, M. D., B. Y. Dorcmus. M. D.,
Geo. S. Green, M. D., C. C. Delpanc, M. D.,
T. V. Van Buren., M. 1).
Sighed, August 7, 18 i'J, New York.
Students wishing to perfect themselves in this
branch Of medical science, will find an opportuni
ty of joining the ( lass at the Ear and Eye Infirm
.nYyof Dr. Delaey LeBrunn, Union Place.
Cliniqncs every Tuesday and Friday afternoons,
from 1 till 3 o'clock, during Medical College terms.
Terms. $o consultation fee; S10 Ice to be paid
when the hearing is restored to its original acute
ness, or when a watch can be heard to beat at a
distance of eighteen feet from either ear.
. 'Address Drs. LeBrunx & Duttox, Union Place,
New York City.
N. B.A treatise on the nature and treatment
of Deafness and diseases of the Ear, with the treat
ment of the Deaf and Dumb price, one dollar.
HP";Moncy letters must be registered by the
Pojtmaster, such letters only, being at our risk
please bear this in mind.
; Correspondents must enclose, postage for return an
swers the new postage, lam requiring prepayment of
J i May. 5, l&)rt. .1211 mfi
' Chicago Leather Heltluf; Jllniiufuciory.
KELLY & BLACKBURN,
. ' Manufacturers of a Superior article of
Which they will sell at New York Prices 1 .
A liberal discount made to large purchasers.
KELLY & BLACKBURN,
Tanners' Curriers, Importers of French
and English leather.
Dealers in Tanner s. Oil and Hides.
2I7J.. 07213, lOe St., Chicago, III. fly
CLOCKS of all kind j, for sale cheap br
PAINTS. 100 Kegs Pure BufTalo,' Xo. 1 White
Lead, In oil, dry White and Red Lead, and
permanent Paris Green, in oil, nt !
" Grifis'sf Drugstore.
AMS. 500 lnt: Hams for sale at the atore of
BROWN SHEETINGS, Shirtings, Ticks, Osna
burgs, Striped Shirtings,' and Stripes for
men'u and boy's summer wear; also some of that
yard and a quarter wide Sheeting, so much want
ed. We have a largo stack of it on hand, and sell
ing remarkably cheap, at 1 .
C. & W.
Roady Mado Clothing.
A Lirge nssortmcnt'of Ready Made Clothing,
"V consisting of all the different varieties of
mens' and boys' wearing apparrcl, is now offered
at tho lowest "figure, by ' ,
., . . Fekut & Wallace. ,
ON consignment, 10 Boxes Bldwell's & Son's
superior Candies at Griffin's for sale by the
Box; alo a quantity of-J; W. Squier's best Su
perfine Flour, at 1 Griffin's.
STOVES A't wholesale- a largo lot
of Premium Stoves at only one dollar advance
from furnance prices.' s F. & P.
""I ROCERIES, "we have a full assortment, also
Ham, Lard, White Beans, &c., &c.
C. & W;
A Superior article of Young 'Hyson Tea four
1Y shillings per pound and good A O. Sugar,
twenty pounds for one dollar 1
April 11,18j5. '. s C. &. W.
New Goods by the Overland Route.
rPIIE subscribers have just received by Railroad
.L a new supyly of hardware, which, with what
was on hand, makes the assortment complete. As
money is tight, but must be had, to pay the New
Yorkers, we will pell our present stock at reduced
pricesor cctah. All those in want of hardware,
will do well to call and examine our stock before
purchasing Those wishing to buy to sell again,
can buy ns cheap of us as in CVhicago, or any oth
er market west of Lake Erie.
: W. D. Foster & Co.
Grand Rapids, foot of Monroe street.-
CULTIVATER TEETH.-Stecl cultivator teeth,
in quantities to suit purchasers, from one to
one thousand, with or without woods.-
W. D. Foster & Co.
TTORSE RAKES, Cultivators, Grain C
1 L and Grass Scvthes and Snathes, in
variety, at Stone & Chubb Agr 1 arehouse.
Grand Rapids, July ., lS-". .
COLLINS and Great Western Axes, for sale
cheap by 0. & W.
VNY Person wishing to buy Good Goods ntlow
prices for Cash, will do better bv calling on us
than at any other store in Grand Haven. If you
doubt this just drop in and see.
Ct'Ti.Kn & Warts.
CLOCKS Superior eight day Clbcks at
SHIRTS and Drawers, blue mixed; a larce as
sortment of Red and White Flannel; Woolen
Yarn; all of the best quality, lor sale at
ORSE POWERS and Threshing Machines, at
Stone As Cnunu s Ag arehouse.
HARDWARE of all kinds can be found nt our
store, at very low, prices, Nails, Glass, Putty.
Clothes Pins, Door-Latches, Butts. Screws, Mid
Files, of the very best Manufacture. Cross Cut &
Mill Saws, Shovels, Spades, Mop Sticks Brooms,
etc. etc. I,. Ns w .
HAND Mills, for grinding Corn, Wheat, or any
kind of "rain for family use.
N. B. These mills arc just what every family
need that do not live near a Grist Mill. In Hotels
and Boardins Houses thev are just the thing for
grinding Coll'cc, for sale at
Stonk & Cnuim's Ag'l Warehouse,
Grand Rapids, Mich.
TRAW and Cornstalk Cutters, at
S. & C's. Ag I. Warehouse.
"TEW GOOES receiving, weekly, at II. Griflin's
JN Drugstore; a full supply constantly on hand,
of all the best remedies for complaints of the
Lungs, Dyspepsia, Cholera, Diarrluea, Fever and
Ague, etc.. etc.
Fresh Groceries received, almost daily, at the
May 0, 18")G.
DAY AND NIGXZT LINE.
T the opening of uavington the Clipper Scows.
A. Capt. Tom's Cabin nnd Bell Brandon, will run
upon the river lor Ircight. those having lumber
shingles, wood, etc., to transport can have it at
tended to, promptly, by application to Capt. Derk
ynn, in command, or to us, Agents of the Mam
moth Transportation Co.
P230tf T.W. White & Co.
.County Treasurer's Office,
Grand Haven, March 8, 18"0.
TOTICE is hereby given, that I am now duly
authorized to receive Interest, or any por
Hon ot the principal remaining unpaid, for Pri
mary School, or other lands that have been sold
by the State. George Parks,
t t3 tf County Treasurer.
T ONSETS. We have the largest stock of Bon
AJ nets ever brought to this market, consisting
of over 'JO different kinds, prices ranging Irom one
sliillin?, to the line Leghorn nt three dollars. l!e
lore you buy ciscwncre. call nt u. os v s.
TUST nrrived nt Griflin's Drug Store. Large
f I supplies of all the most desirable medicines
which it is impossible to enumerate. Also all the
Mess Pork. Smoked Hams and Shoulders, prime
Dried Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Tamarinds, Lem
ons, etc., etc.
May 5, 1S"(.
A afc, hjh-mIj', mill lT tual roim-tly for I1
jirrlicn, I)j i t i 3-, and IJowcl Com plnlnts.
PlIIS medicine mny bo relied upon as one of
.L the mildest nnd safest of remedies, while at
the same time it is effectual in curing this class of
CC?" By observing tho directions on the bottle, it
may be given to children with perfect safety.
Sold wholesale and retail by II. D. Post, Holland,
also for sale at Griflin's Drugstore.
Sept. 18, IS-)"). 200 If.
AFRESH supply of University Popular Medi
cines, also a new stock of AVer's Cherry Pec
toral just received by propeller Ottawa, at
, Griffin's Drugstore.
SHAWLS, Delaines, Poplins, Rachel Plaids,
Merrimack and Cochcco Prints, in endless va
riety, at C. & W. j
Goods Cheaper than ever.
WISHING to do only a cash business, wo are
prepared to offer goods at a price that will
defy competition. Our stock, as usual, will con
sist of a variety of commodities, nnd a general as
sortment of almostvcry thing the law allows.
Give us a call and be your own judges.
. Cutler & Warts.
February 9, 1834. '
T7 MBROIDERED COLLARS.'a splendid' article
GLOVES, Black, White and Col'd Kid, Lisle
thread and Silk Gloves just ree'd by F & W.' ,
YRON COLLARS, now offered by
F & W.
, . .3
BROCADE SKIRTING, a new article, just re
ceived by. . . : v. 4 . F ty W.
"T 7" A LE NT I N ES A fine assortment now open-
r eu una ior suie at tno store ot
January 29, 1850.
SADDLERS' Sewing Silk, Embroidering. Braid,
Sewing Birds. Crochet Needles, Zephyr Worsted,-Linen
and Cotton Floss, besides a great ma
ny pther things to numerous to mention this week.
Cutler & Warts.
Grand Haven, May 9th, 18,"t.
CORNSHELLERS, with Separators, at
S. ($ O's. Ag'l. Warehouse.
pUTLEKY "BOXES. just received
VV at Foster and Parry's a good assortment. !
Nov. 21, 18ol. - 107 ly
nATS, CAPS & BONNETS, the Iwrgcrt Ftock,
and cheaper tlian ever before oil'ered in this
market, for sale by
F. & W
CLOTHING, a choice stock of the latest stvlc
just received by F & W.
1OPLINS. Beautiful patterns, Just opened at
. the Variety store, Mill Point.
IACKONETS, Swiss nnd Book Muslins, nt
, Drug and Variety store, Mill Point.
QIIEGT. IUON-.-A large lot Tor salp
O at wholesale at F.k P's."
PARASOLS, a fine assortment just received, and
for sale by , Funny t- Wallace. ,
SHAWLS, Crape and Printed Cahmerc Shawls,
just received by t F j-W. .
C1IIILDUENS, Fancy Wool Hose,. do. Grecian
J Boots, Gents. Grav Merino. Lamb's Wool, and
Wool Hose, are offered for sale nt
. i 1'erry &. Wallace
1)LAII MEUINOS, Persian Twilled, all wool,
a M'Icndid lot, now for sale at
Grand Haven, Feb. 20, S3o.
DFLAINES, Plaid nnd striped , Ginghams,r a
large assortment, blue Dcmins. blue Jeans,
lob Boy, striped and plaid Woolsey, for sale at
HEETINGS. A large assortment, bleached
and brown, for sale at low rates, by
Ferry & Wallace.
"0 ONSETS, Bonnet
Bibbons. and other trim
mings, just received and selling vcrv low.
C. & W.
OBK, Beef, and Flour, prime articles, now of-
tercd tor sale at the store ot
Ferry & Wallace.
riWLLOW Candles, Sperm do.,; and a variety
X of lamp Oils, w hich are offered Vcrv low at
Ffrry & Wallace,
: 11 1 'i
BOXES GLASS A cood ar-
tide just received at Foster & Parry's,
which we will sell at a small advance to the trade,
and we will retail it at not n large profit..' JJall and
sec. - - -
T TNEN VESTS, for 50 cents.
1j POUTER & MATIIISOX.
BLACK Alapacca, do. plaid ; and Nankeens may
be found at Ferry & Wallace.
' Cook Stoves, '
OF various patterns, nnd all warranted as good
as recommended every time, and we recom
mend them to bo as good us the best, nnd to work
to the satisfaction of the purchaser. Among the
different kind of Cook Stoves, we have the cele
brated Elevated Oven Stove, Clinton Air Tight,
forest Queen. Genesee valley, and May Queen.
l or the Deep Oven, hot air, we have the 1'roy Star,
New Eagle, Lapy of the Lake. Fashion, Beauty of
the West, and the Prairie Flower. .
W. 1). Foster & Co.
Grand Rapids, Mich,
1?ANCY French Cassimcres, a great variety of
; the latest styles, Texas Drills, Sattinetts, blue
and mixed, can be found, (no other establishment
in the place can sell at a lower figure) at
I?ARM ERS 1 the place to get anything in the line
. of Agricultural Implements cheap for cash is
at Stone vtCnunn's Agricultural Warehouse,
Canal St. Grand Rapids, Mich.
)ONNET Ribbons, Artificial Flowers, Ruche
y Border in great prolusion at the new store of
O. & W.
GOODS AT COST.
SUTLER & WARTS will sell their tsock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery,
for cash, for the next thirty days 1 1 Now is the
time for good bargains.
Grand Haven, January 1, 18"G.
?IFTY Dozen Hoes (to blosc out the stock), by
. the dozen. Send your money quick before
they arc gone. . v. i oster fc Co
C10TTONADE PANTS, for .10 cents. '
PORTER & MATIIISOX.
nOUN SIIELLERS-."..tho Boston
J Corn Shelter, very low for rash, nt
"OONNETS. We have just received the fall
A.J nnd winter styles of Bonnets, all kinds of
Straw, Leghorn and Silk Bonnets; some beauti
ful silk hats, trimmed, and selling olT nt very low
prices, at . Cutler arts
TUST received by Express, a fine assortment of
Boots and Shoes suitable for all classes, from
the finest Boot, to the coarsest Brogan, for men o
boys. Ladies' Gaiters, Buskins, Jenny Lind, R. !
Tics, children's shoes, &.c, &c, which will be sold
cheap for cash. C. & W,
Now Barbor Shop.
JOSEPH LASSOR has recently opened, a shop
on Washington street, opposite the W ashlng
ton House, over Davis' tailor shop, where he will
be happy to wait upon all, who may wish his serv
ices, in the best manner.' ; "
All kinds of needle work will alio be received and
ncatlv executed. , .
Grand Haven, February 10, 1835. ' I1S2 tf.
New Wholesale and Retail Bookstore,
lintlilmu If utidiiitt, Muuiot' ftt.,(irniut lluid.
ALL articles in the Book and Stationery line,
Taper Hangings, etc, supplied on tho most reason
ihlc term. . .
lJ6ily .7 . , . ' J. Terhuxe, Jr.'
T " BETTER I THAN AUCTION PRICES ! !
THE SUPPLY STORE FOR THE GRAND RIVER .VALLEY,
At the Village of Kastmaiivlllc, M '.
Is now fitted and furnished with a full and complete assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries, ( Hardware, Clothing, ready made, Provisions,,4 w
Cutlery, ?; Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Drugs and Medicine, Bonnets, ,,'
Yannkee Notions, in an endless variety, Medicines prepared and put np by a practical physician.' '
Having no rents or city taxes to pay. and occupying a central position in the county, we CAN,
and WILL sell to. all who favor us with a call, go-da at lower prices than either the Chicago or
Grand Rapids merchants; also divide one half of the profits with One Pri't Only. .
We will sell on a credit of six months accounts to commence the first of April and first of Octo
ber, each year, respectively all goods (excepting Provisions or cash articles upon which we make
little or no profit) with approved security that tho accounts will bo paid as above, as all delinquents
must expect to support a lawyer in the village. ,
We will pay the highest market price for Lumber, Warranted Shingles, Logs, Bark, Stares, Posts,
Wopd and Produce. ; ' ' ' ' ' : - 1 ' ' ' '
Gold;-Silver nnd Drafts bought and sold, Shinplastcrs bought and sent home, interest allowed on
deposits of three months or over, collections made and orders solicited for any of the above articles, f
CoMi:u B. Suaw, i ' : ! ' (213 6m'
EmmkttKknt, jUeik8- . ' GALEN EASTMAN, Proprietor. '
f nyrn i A 1 f A TT C 1
,l;;S J X 4. , ii .tx. 11 J J u i
jfilUfc, GRAND MAVEX, I1IC II.
THIS House is pleasantly sltnated on.AVatcr
street, r It has lately been refitted, and is soar
ranged that the proprietor feels confident that
those favoring him with their patronage will be
satisfactorily accommodated, as in point of fare,
accommodation nnd attention, no etfort will be
wanting on. tho part of the proprietor or attcn'l
unts to make it a pleasant home for the sojourner.
Stages leave this houso daily, for Grand Ilapids
and intermediate places.. ....!
Good stabling provided for horses at all times.
Grand Haven, January 7, 1835 , 221 tf.
GLOVES and Mittens, the largest and best as
sortment of Men's Buck Gloves and Mittens
in town, from Eulton county, N Y., at
, Griffin's Drugstore.
"CHEESE, Butter, Corn Meal and Beans, in good
ortler and of the best quality, at
MANILLA HOPE. A large supply on hand at
W. 1). Foster & Co's.
Strayctl or Stolen,
I?BOI the subscriber, early this Spring, a Red
. and White. Spotted Heifer, between two and
three years old, small horns, which point in nnd
towards the forehead, and was expected to calve
this Spring. '
Whoever can and will give any information res
pecting her, to Mr. C W. Gray of this village, will
be thankfully and liberally rewarded.
Grand Haven, May 31, '50.
ti& Tho fast sailing Schooner
SCiiJ,Y, of AVialte Klvcr,
WILL run regularly between St. Joseph an!
Grand Trcvcrse. during the season of navigation,
touching at all of the intermediate ports.
The SUPPLY has recently been refitted, and
is in nil respects all that is desirable for the com
fort of passengers and speedy transportation of
For freight or passage npply to the Capt., on
board, or Messrs. Ferry &Sons, Grand Haven, Ry
erson & Morris, Muskegon, J. E. Sutherland, St.
Joseph, A. A. Cain. White River, Camel & Co.,
Grand Traverse. Geo. 1). Mitchell, Master.
May 27, '.00. '211 m6
Tn"vIEW OF THEIR
RAPIDLY INCREASING TRADE,
Ferry & Wallace
ARE now prepared to supply both their Old
ami each Ntw Customer, who may see fit to
avor them with their patronage, with almost
every article tlicy may require, at
UNUSUALLY LOW TRICES,
from one of the largest and best selected stocks of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Groceries, Crockery and Hardware,
ever before offered in this place. Among which
Fancy Bareges, Barege Robes and Barege Dc
Laines, Watered Silks, black and colored,
Fancy Plaids, Plain, col'd and Black Gro Dc
Lawns and Muslins.
T II I M M I N G S,
Gauze, Brochc nnd Fringed trimming Ribbons,
a good variety,
Black Velvet Ribbons, all widths.
Bonnet Ribbons, a splendid variety, at half tliC'
Tassnled Silk Buttons, a Beautiful articlo for
CLOT.III N G,
Black French Cloth, and col'd Cashmcrcttc
Plain nnd Fancy Cassimere Coats,
Linen Duck, Blouse nnd Blay Linen Coats,
Black nnd col'd DocsUkin Pants,
White and fancy col'd Linen Drill Pants.
White and fig'd'Marseilles and Valencia Vests,
Plain Black Satin Vests, in great variety of
prices and qualities,
Gents Plain, White and Fancv Linen Il'dk'fs,
White and col'd Pongee Silk Il'dk'fs,
Gents Half Hose, bleach'd brown and fancy,
Gents Black and Fancy Silk bcarfs and Cravats,
M U S L I N S,
Plain and Plaid Nainsook Muslins,
Fisr'd nnd dotted Swiss Muslins, a
few pieces better than ever before brought to this
Plain India Book and Swiss Muslins, all prices
Neapolitan Bonnets, a splendid article,
Soft Straw Leghorn and Silk Bonnets,
Bonnet Trimmings, a good variety.
Gents Brocade Silk Pocket. Handkerchiefs,
Gents and Bovs' Hats and Caps,
Children' Hosiery, all sizes, qualities and prices
Ladies' Kid Gloves, white, bl k aim col d,
of the best qualities,
." Col'd Kid and Doe Gauntlets,
: " Tafl'etta Silk Gloves, kid finish, n fine article,
" Lisle Th'd and Silk Gloves, nil qualities, from
six cents to four shillings
CRAPE AND STELLA SHAWLS,
Saxony Th'd, Real Th'd and Smyrna Edgings
and luscrtings, Muslin and Cambric
. Edgings and Inserting,
. Embroidered Muslin nnd Cambric, Collars,
Sleeves nnd Chemisettes, singly and in setts,
Mourning Collars, Chcnc Neck Ribbons,
Black and col'd Grenadine Vesting.
Marseilles. Valencia nnd fancy Silk Vesting?.
'. Irish Linens, a large stock, at 3-4 the usual
Q" Nono need take the above ns a matter of
fact, without judging for themselves, but they ask
all to give them a call, where clcrus will he iound
ready and willing tooffsctt their time in showing
against customers' time in an examination of their
Grand Haven, June 3, '5d,
, IF .YOU. WANT. TO. BUY. . ...
TT A T T Tir A T T
JM U.JL J.V . VY JO. X. JM
rV any kind or description. W. I). FOSTER &
J CO., can, nnd will, sell it to you as low as it
can bo bought In ! . ; ' , 4 t
DETROIT, GRAND RAIMDS
TGGS. White Beans, Butter and Lard, all choice
XlJ articles, at . Griffin's.
Notice. . :
ALL persons indebted to me, cither by note or
book account, will please call nnd settle the
6ame Immediately.' ,.
April 11, 1850. - -C. B. Albee.
. -N c 3vr G o o tl s
IECEIVED this day, by propeller Troy, &
IV part of our large assortment of S. pring and
Summer Goods, which we will sell at a ism all prof
it for cash. Persons in want of good Goods will
do well to call before purchasing elsewhere.
April, 14, 1830. Cutler & Warts.
-50 bbls. Mess
Pork for sale,
C. & W.
IV L cl
; heap, by'
0 0 0
Packages of New Goods.
DAVIS, MOODY & CO.,
Wholesale dealers in
DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
17 SOUTH WATER STREET, CHICAGO,
(between Michigan and Wabash Avenues.)
Being a branch of the Houso of ,
, S. C. DAVIS & CO.,
Of St. Louis, whose experience for tho past twen
ty-ttve years, together with ample means, give us.
facilities in the purchase of goods rarely equaled,
and second to none other.
We Mould assure all purchasers that our Ware-,
house is unusually extensive, which enables us to
olfer as large and complete an assortment in each
of the lines of goods above-named, as can bo
found in this market ; and that our goods aro en
tirely new, bought in the best markets, and wo
will guarantee entire satisfaction, in prices and
terms, to all who mav favor us with their patron
age. ' - . , t23S9w
April 15, 1830. "
ALLEN & 1IAXTON,
(Successors to George W. Allen,)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
A N D P E D L E R S' G O O D S,
K7" No. 1, Commercial Block, foot of Monroo
street. Grand Rapids, Mich.
Geo. W. Allen, . 238 lyj ' Benj. HaxtoxI
185(5' FALL & AVINTE1L IcioG
Irving Hall Clothing Warohousei
JIIAM lt PIIS MICH.
PORTER &' MATIIISOX, Manufacturers and
Dealers in every variety of
Ready Hade Clothing!
; Cloths, Cassimcres, Vcstings and Gentlemen's
Furnishing Goods. Wo have now received our
Fall and Winter stock which comprises tho larg
est we have ever offered in this market, and we
are prepared to sell them ,inst ns cheap as ever.
We have in store nnd are now receiving a lanro
assortment of black, blue, brown, green, nnd cadet
Broadcloths, ot trench, English, German and
American manufacture, black, mixed and striped
French Doeskins, ribbed, plain, checked, plaidcd
and mixed English and American cassimcres, blue.
Drown, (trail, nnu mac uesi ui r.iigiawi uenrers
and Devonshire Kerseys, fancy overcoatings of ev
ery style and quality, black, brown, ribbed, mixed
aiid plaid Union Cassimcres, oassinctts. sattinetts,
cashnicretts, Emmets, sheep's grays, cottonades
Black, check and fancy Velvets, black and figur
ed satins, plain and figured grenadine, barathea
and brocade silks, plain, striped and checked farm
er's satin, white and bull' Marseilles and cashmere,
V alencia, Rob Roy, etc. !
Dress, frock, half frock and sack coats, made
from super black, brown, green and blue French,
English, German and American broadcloths, sacks,
half sacks and business frocks, made from cassi
mere, satinetts. sheep's gray, Kentucky Jean, cash-
merctt, cottonauc, etc., etc.
Plain nnd fancy velvets, black satin, figured do-
plain and figured Barathea, grenadine und bro
cade silks, white and Marseilles, broadcloths, cas
simcres, satinetts, tweeds, Valencia, poplins, cash-
meretts nnd alapaccas. double nnd single breasted.
A largo assortment made from super black and
colored doeskins, broadcloths and cassimcres.
black, plaid, fancy and mixed cassimcres, sheep's
gray satinetts, cottonades, cassinets, tweeds and
Kentucky Jeans. ,--.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
Gents silk wrappers nnd drawers, mixed and
white knit Saxony merino and cotton, red and
Canton flannel, do. Into, fancy striped and
checked gingham hhirts, hickory, do., also heavy
red, blue, mixed and nnchor flannel over shirts.
uvnts -victoria DeOrsay, Beaufort Opera and
Napoleon Tics. Scarfs and handkerchiefs of plain
and figured plaid and checked silk, satin, silk and
linen, lawn, gingham, etc.. Stocks Plain and fan
cy tab, plain, embroidered and diamond bows, etc.
Bocket Handkerchiefs White and bordered linen,
white and figured China and Pongee silks. Black
and colored kitl gloves, silk, silk and linen, lisle
thread and cotton do. Mixed, brown and striped
cotton half hose; also a large lot of country knit
Ecary's'fall style of sijk and mole hats, cassi
mcres, beaver, k'now-knothings and wide-awakes,
fur and wool, Kossuth, Webster, Ingrnham, cava
lier, citizen and Alboni do., also a large assortment
of black, brown and fancy silk and cotton plush
caps, from 3s to S3 50, black, brown and drab cloth
do., silk and cotton glazed do. ' j - J
BOY'S CLOTHING. ,
Boy's frock, sack and half sack coats, overcoat!,
pants, vests and overalls, youth's patent leather
belts, etc.. etc.- ' "" '.:,'t
Custom . 'XTWoir'lx.
Cut and made to order on short notice, in tho
latest styles, and warranted to fit.
2-20 tf. J , " POUTER & MATIIISOX.
Irving Hall, Grand Rapids, Mich, ., ,
fTMIE largest nnd best assortment of Dress Trlm
JL mings ever before brought to this market, just
received by : :F. & W.
HATS and Cans, Boots and Shoes, Hni-dware,
Crockery, Groceries, and a great variety of
other goods too numerous to mention, now open
ing and offered for sale at the store of V i
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