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tbo Jackson postmaster, find Mr. J.T.Bouton,ono
of the state prison contractors.
Wo rcmaUicd at the Hibbard House until Friday
noon, when' we left for Detroit. '"
Arrived ,fccrc, at two o'clock, p. jx., and passed
the remainder of tho day in viewing a city where
in 1853 we were well acquainted. It was a matter
of astonishment to us to see so Httlo change the
city, in almost fQvery respect, is the same that it
was four years ago. . "A few ..buildings have been
erected, yet but very few! , We took supper at the
Biddle House, where wo again met Mr. Henderson,
of the Allegan Jtarnal. Tho u Biddle " lias long
had the reputation of being the best hotel in the
lty. ,; ' '
(CONCLTJSION NEXT WEEK.)
THE GRAND RIVER TIMES, Oct. 21.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
agents. ino iouowing namea gentlemen win
act as our agents for receiving subscriptions and
advertisements for tho Tunes. Their receipts will
be considered as valid. ".
z Jambs Sautter, general agent for Ottawa Co.
John Barnard, Robinson. . . .
. . A. X. Car y, Grand Rapids. , .... ,
C"7The steamers Olive Branch and Michigan
leavo this placo at about 12, ii , as follows
Michigan, going east,
going west, .
. Thursdays, '
: going west,
Wednesdays Fridays. ,.;
. L ' Wednesdays
Olive Branch, going cist,'.
' Saturdays. .
, Heading Matter on every page of the Times.
'.Single Corliss of this week's Times, containing
'Mr. THoatAs' address, neatly done up in wrappers,
i or saic at tins otnee.' Price, five cents.
. Snow.4' It snows, cries the schoolboy, hurrah.'
On Monday afternoon last, Oct. 19th, the first snow
of tho season, in this place, descended from win
try-looking clouds. It fell quite fast for a Ehort
time, but vanished on reaching the ground.
In the evening, at ten o'clock, tho ground was
covered with snow half an inch in depth. The
41 Square of Pegasus " stood forth brightly defined
in the zenith ; while Orion, that glorious constel
lation of mid winter, rose in 'magnificence in the
cast,' with a cold, calm smile, speaking of the
rapidly approaching winter, the sweet sleep of
jwiturc. . . , .
n ooi). Those of our subscribers who 'wish to
pay their subscriptions in wood, will please bring
it along soon. . .
Rum at Work. Another Murder in 'Masik.eyon.
We learn by the Ottawa Clarion that William
Crosier was killed by two " moderate drinkers," on
Monday, Oct. 12, He was shot with a gun. John
Powers and Wm. Young were the murderers.
They w ere taken to Grand Haven on Wednesday,
and were tried last week, found guilty, and both
sentenced to the Jackson state prison for life.
There are now about -100 convicts in the state
prison, which is crowded to almost its entire capa
city, but rum will crowd it still fuller.
Ouu Journey. On Saturday last, we returned
from a journey of 11 days ; (830 miles ;) its eastern
term inns being in Detroit, Mich., and its western in
Peru, Ills. Wo publish, this week, a continuation
of our adventures, and shall give the conclusion
in our ucxt issue. . '
Peru, Ills. We had the pleasure, last weekof
visiting our friend, C. M. Kirkland, of the Peru
Commercial. A right sociable time wo enjoyed to
gcthcr. lie lias a large office, and is doing a good,
paying business. We were sorry to sec that he is
engaged in a controversy of a somewhat personal
and dillicult nature with some of the city officers,
but in every other respect wo wish him success.
j See Fourth Page for an interesting commu
nication from " Marco."
The Crisis. So large a number of banks have
lately failed, that we have concluded not to publish
the list any longer. We may hereafter notice the
suspension of large institutions, but shall decline
to notice tho downfall of "small fry." We would
advise our readers to refuse eastern money ; the
safe course is to take onlv bills on the banks of
Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois. These arc well
secured by pledge of public stocks, and in these
trying times, should be supported by the people
of tlic west.
We will receive, at par, bills on any of these
banks, including even those of Macomb count)-
Tccumseh, Elgin, and Fox River, Wo believe they
will be good at some future day. .
Ottawa Register Tho proceedings of the
Ottawa Co. Ag'l Soc. arc to bo published in full
( Notice of. Hooks, Magazine, &c
'. Harper's Magazine improves steadily with
each number. There are but few works in the
world that will compare with it, cither in quantity
or quality of reading and illustrations. .
" Frank Leslie's Ncio Family Magazine for Oct
is received. This is the second ' number of a new
publication, in which is incorporated the Gazette of
Fashion. u Glimpses of Chinese Inner Life " is an
article that cannot fail to interest the reader
Tho magazine excels in reading and illustration
of a historic interest.
The Invalid's Guide, ft Consumptives Manual,
by Calvin M. J? Itch, A.M., M. D., Chicago, Ills.
This is a work of 101 p:igcs. which must be of
the greatest use to invalids and others, who wi
to learn of tho laws of life and health. The work
may be 6ccn at our office. :
Viola; No. Si of Harper's Story Books, is well
illustrated, nnd is an unexceptionable periodical
for the perusal of children. 23 cts S3 a year.
Godey's Lady's Book for Nov. is on our table
Tliis.magazinc has commenced n new scries, nnd
tho publisher promises that what has been good
in the pasti shall be better in the futnre. Address
L. A. Godcy, Philadelphia,
Peterson's Maoazine for Nov. is received i
advance of the other monthlies. - The engraving
' Harvest Home, is a representation or a 8ccno
that fills the heart of the beholder with joy. True
to nature, a picturo of happy life. Price of th
magazine, $2 a year.
HiooiNS, Brothers, GG Randolph St., Chicago
have presented us with flvo pieces of music tho
'Holiday Schottlsch," the 'Spring Tolka," and
tho songs, "Oh! Come to tho Farmer's Cottage
with me" "GoinirlTn and Coming Down," and
' John Brown." . The last named song is excellent
" I've n guinea I can spend,
' '! ' I've a wife, and I've a friend,
And a troop of little children at my knee ;
. '' I've a cottage of my own,
. . . .i" With tho ivy overgrown, . ,
And rt garden looking out npon the sea."'
Atlantic Monthlt.-Wc would call the atten-
tlou of our readers to tho advertisement of Messrp.
Phillips. Sampson. & Co'f Atlantic Monthly. In our
younger days, when learning our trade in Boston,
wo occasionally purchased books of this firm";
and can say that if they succeed as well in the
magazine as ther have in the book line, the
Atlantic" will be unsurpassed. Wo lately re
ceived a letter from the firm, asking us to name
the best newspapers published in our state. We
would refer them to our entire list of exchanges,
as good papers ; and at this time mention as pa
pers (in our state) of more than ordinary value:
the Grand Haven Clarion, tho Romeo Argus, tho
Tccumseh Herald, the Coldwatcr Sentinel, the Lan
sin;? Journal, -
On the 8th inst., by the Rev. O. Hall, of Lamont,
Mr. T: F. Easton and Miss M. A. Durpiiy, both
of Polktoa Center. , .
. ' Robes of spotless white, , ,
. Smiles and glances bright, , , . .
v ' All things fair and light;
A blessing and a prayer,
And then the happy pair
; Forever wedded are, '
' Constant, true in lovo ',".
May thi3 union prove;.,
: Blessings from above "'
' 1 Upon their home descend,'
r- " And hope and pence attend
,;; Life's journey to its end. m.
.' " D I E D':";.V"
In Eastmanville, at two o'clock a. M.'of tho 20th
inst., James B., only child of WM. x. ana a. jji.
Angel, uged nine months.
In Mill Point, on Saturday, the 3d inst., Mrs..
Axvina, wife of George G: Loykll.
Allegan Journal. D. C. Henderson. 51.
Itecord. Hawks & Manson. SI
Ann Arbor Argus. Klihu 11. rond. Si 0.
( ohlwiitor Sentinel. Itarrett U0. 1 ;u.
Detroit Free Press. W.F.Storey.. Daily, 0;
Tribune. II. liarns. Daily, Scmi-wcckly,
East Saginaw Enterprise. Terry Joshn.
Eaton liapids -4ryws. Money Hamlin. 51.
Grand Haven Clarion. II. S. Clubb. 1 AO. .
Grand KapldsAWe. A. U. Turner. Daily, $1
Enquirer ami Ht-rald. Gordon & Thompson.
Daily, 65. Scmi-wcckly, S2. Weekly, l.
Greenville liule.jndnut. J.M. duller. JPl.
Hastings Pioneer. Geo. A. Smith. $1 50. .
Holland Uollaiuhr. Doesburg & Sons.' $1. .
Ionia Gazette. E. Ii. 1'owcll. SI '25.
Lansing State Journal. Mead &. Griswold. SI.
StateliepubUcan. llosmer Eitch. 1.
Muskegon--Journal. II. V. 11. Cowiu. !?i w.
Xcwavgo Jlrpublican. James II. Maze. SI 50.
Paw Paw True Northerner. S. F. Bruce. SI.
liomco Argus. Uentley &, Stone. SI,
S. Johns Democrat. John Ilmsom. SI.
Tccumseh Herald. G. S. & 0. K. Spafford. SI.
Three i? I vers Herald. N.U.& J.T. Welper. SI 50
Notasulga XJiuversaUst Herald. J. C. Burruss.
Trov Indi pendent American. S. M. Adams.
Thomasvillc Enterprise. Bryan & Dyson. S2.
Chicago Jjedner. Scth Paine. Daily ,S0: weekly
Vcmocxatic Press, acripps, Isross w pcars.
Daily, Weekly 2.
Marcn.go Journal. Edward Bnrnsidc. $150
Vcyu Commercial. C. M. Lirkland. SI 50.
Sentinel. J. C. McCormick. SI 50.
Ilockton Gazette. Funk & Phelps. SI 50.
Vandullu Observer. T. (ireathouso. 31 00.
P.Ioomington Olive Branch. MissC. M.Filkins. SI.
Indianapolis Ui raid una lira. Williamson, Abbott
West Union Pioneer. Jolm-Gharky. SI 50.
Augusta Gospel Banner. J. W. Hanson. -$'2
North Anson Advocate. Albeit Moore. 31.
Waterville Eastern Mail. Maxham & Wing. SI 50
Dexter Gem and Gazette. SI.
Boston Banner of Light. L. Colby & Co. S2
Investigator. Josiah I . Mendum. fr2.
N. E. Spiritualist. A. E. Newton. S2.
Youth's Companion. Olmstcad 6; Co. ' SI.
ICccnc N. 11. Sentinel. H. & G. S. Woodward. SI 21
Laconia X. 1 1. Democrat. S.C.Baldwin. SI 50
Lancaster Democrat. J. I. Williams. SI.
Peterborough Transcript. K. C. Scott. SI.
Buffalo A qf. of Progress. ' Stephen Albro. S2
is. 1 . v'Ty utje Auusiruicu. i o wit r a v ens.
Nuo Jerusalem messenger. J. L. Jewctt. -c-Scieut
fw. American. Munn & Co. $2.
Spiritual Telegraph. C. Partridge. S2.
SOUTH CAUOLTNA. '
Kinston American Advocate. Walter Dunn, Jr. S2
Gallinolis Journal. James Harper. SI 50
Woostcr llipublican Foreman & Johnson. $1,50.
VELIMONT. ' ' - -
Montnclicr Benositorv. Ballon & Loveland. S2.
Vcrgcnnes Uiuzen. lliram U. Jonnson. 5M ou
Fort Atkinson Wisconsin Chief, Thurlow W. &
Emma Brown. $1.
Horiron Argus. Mark M. Pomcroy. SI 50.
Fox Luke Journal. B. C. (iolliday. SI 50. ,
Faribault Herald. Mott &, Lucas. S2. , ,
lied Wing Gazette. Mcrntt & Colvill. S2.
Fon th ill Herald. A. Dinsmorc & Co. S2.
W E V A D V E RT JSE EVZ E NTS .
5fi5t HIBBARD HOUSE,
JUL By Daniel Hibbard.
Main Meet. Jackson, Michigan. ' 31 lm-T
joj. Stage ofllces at this House.
Kulatnazoo, Mich, nilm'n D. G. Kendall.
JXj&m tfClllTSUri AYCHUl', ISCIXUU.
r mi . . tt t T.i tj.
OltVILLK B. DlBBLR, ' ClIAft. L DlllHLK,
ASH PAID FOR WHEAT and CORNr at the
J LAMONT STEAM MILLS.
Flour and meul constantly on hand and for sale.
Custom work done at :ill times in a workmanlike
manner, by Thomas B. Woodbury, Proprietor:
C ASH AND BLINDS at the Lamont Mills Sash
O and Blind Factory. Prompt attention will bo
paid to all orders for bush and Bunds by
T. B. Woodbury, ) Woodbury & Tunns.
Lester Tunas. J 3o9yl Proprietors.
CHOICE FARM of 70 acres of hind;40 acres
under improvement one mile from Lamont
village. It is well watered by an excellent stream.
e or sale by T. B. V oodbury.
TO 20 TONS OF NEW HAY, for salo by
.lo'jyi. 1. li. VOODCURY.
VfOTICE is hereby given to all who are trading
11 with, and Indebted to tho Grand River Supply
Store at Eastmanville, that It Is expected they
will tall nnd settle on or before the first day of Oc
tober next, the semi-annual settlement day at my
store ; or not complain If delinquents arc refused
further credit until old balances arc settled.
, EastmanvJllc, Sept. 23, 1S37. 307tf
PHILLIPS, SAMPSON AND (COMPANY
will commence tho issue, on the first of Novcm
bcr, of a new Magazine, to bo called
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY.
It will bo devoted to Literature, Art, and Poli
tics. The aim of the Periodical will be,
First t In Literature, to leave no province un
renrcscntcd. so that, while each number will con
tain articles of (in abstract and permanent value,
it will also be found that the healthy appetite of
the mind for entertainment in its various forms of
Narrative, Wit, and Humor, will not go uncared
for. They wish to say, also, that while native
writers will receive the mot- encouragement, and
will be mainly relied on to fill the pages of tho
Atlantic, tho publishers will not hesitate to draw
from the foreign sources at their command, as oc
casion may require, relying rather on the compe
tency of an author to treat a particular subject,
than on any other. claim wnatcver. m tnis way
thev hone to make their Periodical welcome where
ever the English tongue is spoken or read.
Second: In the terra Art. they intend toinciuao
the whole domain of aesthetics, nnd hope gradu
ally to make this critical department a true and
fearless representative of Art, in all its various
branches, without any regard to prejudice, wnetn
cr personal or national, or to private considera
tions of what kind soever. 1
Third: In Politics, tho Atlantic will be tho or
gan of no party or clique, but will honestly en
deavor to be the exponent of what its conductors
believe to be tho American idea, it win ucai
frankly wilh persons and with parties, endeavor
ing always to keep in view the moral clement
wnicn transccnus an persons ana parties, uiiu
which alone makes tho basis of a truo and lasting
nntlMi.,1 ni-nanacUfr Tf will Tint Mnlr ItaHf with I -'
i any sect or unties, but with that body of men
which is in favor of Freedom, National Progress
and Honor, whether public or private.
Tekms. Three dollars a year, or twcnty-Ave
cents a number, and may bo obtained of Booksel
lers, Periodical Agents, or or tne rubiisiiers.
STOVE & HARDWARE STORE
G. E. HUBBARD, Agt.
Dealer in Stoves, Tin and Sheet-Iron ware.
Also keeps constantly on hand a general assort
ment of Hardware, Cutlery, lools, uuns and
Brittania ware, and other articles too numerous
to mention. G. E. Hubbard.
Grand Haven, Oct. 10th, 1857. 311tj
E. L. FULLER & Co., Grand Haven, Mich.
General Dealers in Coin and Exchange.
Correspondents . Metropolitan Bank, N. Y.,
Messrs. Geo. bmith & Co., Mcrchnnt s savings
Loan and Trust Co., Chicago ; Messrs. Daniel
Bull &Co.. Grand Kapids. 3ofJin3
' Grand Haven, Michigan.
The above house will be ready to receive guests
on the 2olh ot September.
Everv effort has been made to insure comiort
and convenience and tho proprietors pledge them
selves to use their utmost endeavors In ulloruing
good accommodation to travellers and the public
Arrangements nave Decn made to secure a good
and regular supply for tho table, of all the varie
ties ot the season.
Accommodation for eighty guests.
307tf DEEGAN & RUGGLES, Proprietors.
STATE OF MICHIGAN. ThO Circuit Court
for the County of Ottawa. In Chancery.
At a session of the Circuit Court for the County of
Ottawa, held at brand Ilaven, on the httcenth
day of October, in the year one thousand eight
hundred and tiity-seven:
Present, lion. Georgo Martin, Circuit Judge.
Tlicodoro P. Sheldon,
Oswald D. van dcr Sluis,
Johanna M. van dcr Sluis,
George Torrcy, Joseph Torrey,
Clurlcs Torrcy, and Mary E.
Torrey, . Defendants.
It satisfactorily appearing to this court that the
defendants, Joseph Torrcy, Charles Torrey, and
Mary h.. lorrcy aro non-residents of this State,
on motion ol Joseph JUMcr. jr., solicitor for said
complainant, it is ordered that said defendants,
Joseph lorrcy, Uharics lorrey, and Mary L. Tor
rey, cause their nppearanco to be entered in this
causo within three months from the dato of this
order, and that in case of their appearance, they
cause tneir answer to tne complainant's Dill to no
hied, unci a copy, thcrcot to be served on the said
solicitor for the complainant within twenty days
after service upon them of a copy of said bill and
notice of this order; and in default thereof, that
the said bill of complaint be taken as confessed by
the said Joseph Torrcy, Charles Torrey, and Mary
h. lorrcy. . .
And it is further ordered, that within twenty
days, the said complainant cause this order to be
published in tho Grand River Times, a newspaper
printed and puunsiicd in the said County of Ottawa,
at least once in cacn week loi six weeks In succes
sion or that said complainant cause a copy of this
order to be personally served on said Joseph Tor
rcy, Giarlcs Torrcy, and Mary E. Torrcy, at least
twenty days oeiore the expiration of tho time
above limiRid tor their appearance."
I ccrtity that tho above Is n true copy of the
original. James r. Scott, Register,
Grand Haven, Oct loth. 1857. .. 311w6
Important to Evorybody.
For the last three years, I have been engaged in
a business known only to myself, and, Compara
tively, few others, whom I have instructed for the
sum'of ? 200 each, which has averaged me at the
rate of $2,000 to ?3,000 per annum ;. and having
made nrrugemcnts to go to Europe in the Spring,
of 18.j8, to cngngo in tne same business, I am wil
ling to give full instructions in the art to any per
son m tne united aratcs or uananas, who will
remit me the sum of $1. I am induced, from the
success I have been favored with, and tho many
thankful ncKnowiedgcments i nave received from
those whom I have instructcd,aud who are making
from 5 to $10 per day at it, give to any person
an opportunity to engage in this business, which is !
easy, pleasant and very profitable, at a small cost.
There is positively No Humbug in this matter.
References of the best class can be given as regards
its character, ana l can rctcr to persons whom I
havo instructed, who will testify that they arc
making from $5 .to $15 per day at the same. It is
a businoss in which either ladies or gentlemen can
engage, and with perfect ease make a very hand
some income. Several ladies in various part of
N.York State, Pennsylvania and Maryland, whom
I have instructed, are now making from 33 to 50
per day at it. It is a Genteel Business, and but
a few shillings is required to start it. Upon receipt
of $1, I will immediately send to the applicant a
printed circular containing mil instructions in the
art which can be perfectly understood at onco.
All letters must be addressed (post-paid) to
AlliJn.T. Parsons, 333 Broadway,
r, New i ork.
For investment in LANDS AND LOTS in and
around tho village of Eastmanville, tho probable
future county seat of this (Ottawa) county. Also,
'LAnUn In this vicinity, adjoining and near the
route ot the uctrou & Milwaukee K. K.
For particulars nnd information, enquire at the
store in thu village. 1 erms or sale, easy.
t ualen Eastman.
Eastman ville, August 2Ct 18J7. 3o3fj
THE FAST-SAILING SCHOONER
Oners good facilities for tho speedy
transportation ot Merchandise and
Freight between Chicago and Grand
Haven. Apply to Galen Eastman,
owner. Central dock, west end Lake street bridge,
Chicago, or to Feuy& Soy, Grand Harn. I2y3-1
j. KENDALL & CO: .
Wlxolosalo cs Xl.til.
No. 13, Canal Street,
Taylor Sc Barns' Block
SILKS, LAWNS, BAREGES, ,
: ' PRINTS, HOSIERY, '
Su TU, XXX O XT Or OOdGi
CLOTHS AND CASSIMEIIES,
In short, a complete assortment of
n rt v a n n in r m
MILLINERY GOODS !!
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Peddler's Goods,
; BOOTS, SHOES, and TEAS ! !
tkx Having a. large. - new, and well lightod
store, and receiving additions to our stock
constantly,' wo have unusual facilities for doing
lmolnai j ti A mifi ntiatnmiwa urill find a 1 a rrrr. vn.
ricty of fresh goods, and at prices that cannot fail
to pieaso ail. .
, We give particular attention to tho
W h olosalo Trado,
and merchants, peddlers and others will find that
our prices wul comparo lavorabiy with ,
Detroit or Chicago.
No variation from tho marked price, and
ail goods warranted as represented.
1 J. KENDALL & CO.
Grand Kapids, June 20, 1857. 3o3tj
TO ARMS! TO AllMSlT "
, IN THE
Grand Eiver Valley
, AT THE .
VILLAGE OF EASTMANVILLE.
, o . '
We would inform our old friends in Eastmanville
and its vicinity, that wo are constantly receiving
a larsre nnd well selected stock of
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS OF ALL STYLES,
VARIETIES AND P1UCES,
and we feel coniident that we can oiler greater in
ducements than can bo found elsewhere, and give
more and better goods for the same consideration.
Our Stock embraces a complete assortment of .
C O O D
DOMESTICS, DRESS GOODS,
XZxts, Caps cs Uonnots,
A Large Assortment of BOOTS AND SHOES 11
READY MADE OLTHINCG,
A Splendid Assortment for Summer wear.
Also, any quantity of
O C E
R I E
GLASS, QUEEN'S AND HARDWARE, &c.
We wish it distinctly understood that wo
will not un undersold by any store in the
GRAND RIVER VALLEY
To our old friends and customers and ''the rest of
mankind" we respectfully invite you to "drop in"
... nvnmlna imnrlo onrl Trirf lipfnro rmrrhiLsin!?
aim v.vtuiiii.v wv. ..v. w j " - v - x 1
Our stock is unusually large, and was selected
., rMtt with n direct view to the
nf nBtAmPP,. nnr nxnorienco havinir
taught us that the best goods invariably give
the best satisfaction.
To our friends in Zecland, Blcndon, Allendale,
and other towns, we would say that the bridge
nrrosa' thn havon on the south side of the river,
opposite the store, is now being completed, thereby
rendering our place easy oi access, wun a sinn
ing ferryman ever ready and willing to ferry our
customers at all tunes to and irom tne store,
free of tjnense.
The centrauty. oi l.astmanvuio renucrs n muiu
convenient for a greater portion of the inhabitants
of Ottawa county to do their trading here, than at
jinv other noint on Grand river. Shinglemen can
come in, in the morning, taicc casn or prouueu ior
their shingles, and return homo tne same aay, tnus
making a great saving ol time and expense.
Wu also keen constantly on hand and tor saic a
largo assortment of DRUGS AND MEDICINES
of a superior quality. Physicians' prescriptions
compounded and put up on short notice.
lieing engaged in nusincss in uaicugu as wun us
in r.astmanville. wo can and will pay the highest
market price lor A, iso. i, amngics, r.ogs, uar,
Staves. Posts and Produce.
Our t me. of settlement win netne same as Here
tofore the first of April nnd Uctober.
DRAFTS on Chicago sold at par, and interest
allowed on deposits of three months and over.
Comeu B Sha.w )
ww v vnvr. ' I Clerks Galen Eastman,
GEORGE PABKS "& Co.,
General Land Agents,
Will attcud to selecting, locating and preempting
Government Lands, also to the sale and purchaso
of other lands, and the payment of taxes.
We have completo sectional maps of Ottawa,
Oceana, and Mason counties, which are carefully
corrected each week.
We are ablo to designate Pine and Farming
Lands, and will do so at reasonable rates, and war
rant the lands to be as recommended.
We will make selections for those for whom wo
may locate Kinds at the State or tho United States
1 ' -t- .!! 1 ,..- ...III , -
Laud Oilices", when desired. Also we will make
and correct plats of the above named counties on
AU business entrusted to us will bo attended to
promptly, and for moderate charges. '
uuicc second uoor ueiow tne w asnmgton iiouso,
205tf Grand liaven, Mich.
30 N NET Ribbons, Artificial Flowers, Rnehe
Border in great profusion at the new store ot
"pvRILD APPLES just received, tho best article
XJ in this market, selling very cheap, at
. . . c. &. w.
'E aro constantly receiving additions to our
VV spring and summer stock of Dry Goods.ourDUrJJOr. MILWAUKEE RAILWAY.
assortment is nearly complete, nnd as to prices we
aciy competition our assortment consists in pm
of Challi Bcrago. Poplins. Printed Lawns, Alpacas,
xuous. uo uins ngurcaanu piam, uunn r uw,
Ginghams, Calicoes, &c. &c. Please call and sec.
VS A SI i M ERF. nnd other styles of summer Shawls,
1 l Straw trimmings. Hosiery, nnd in fact almost
every thing desirable for spring and summer wear,
For salo cheap, at tho Cash Store of -,
u. a v.
GRAND HAVEN ADVERTISEMENTS.
N E W FIR M !!
Hew Goods! Hew Goods!!
THE UNDERSIGNED, having' entered
co-partnership in the Mercantile Business, ha
f f j ust received, and are constantly receiving
new supplies of ' ' ,
OF ALL KINDS
PORK, II A MS1, LARD,
Driet Apples, Peaches and Prunes,
Sal 1 9 M u s t a rd, ,
, ' , . :
Maple Sugar and Syrup' .'
NAILS, GLASS AND PUTTY,
Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps,
...... . ... ..,!; . '
MENS' CONGRESS GAITER BOOTS,
And everything connected with tho trade, at
Wholesale and Retail, at low figures for cash or
Call and examine at the old stand of J. it. aidcc,
Grand Ilaven. '
C. B. ALBEE,
I U A'ersons naving oustness wim mis jirm, unit
address Albee 6o hunting, urana ilaven Mien.
3V. it. All persons havinir accounts with tho old
Store of C.13. Albee, aro requested to call and
settlo the same,' as I am anxious to balance my
old books. , ..
287tf 1 ' C. B. ALI3EE."
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, tho best reme
dy known for lung complaints, for sale at 1
, ' ALBEE 8.
CARPENTERS' Tools, Saws, Chisels, Augers,
Hammers, etc., a good assortment, at
r albee .
CHEESE, Butter, Corn Meal and Beans, in good
order and of the best quality, at
. ALBEE 8. '
LADIES CLOTHS, several pieces of tho best
quality call soon or it will be gone at
HOSIERY Ladies and Misses cotton and cash
mere Hose, and a largo assortment of Chil
dren's Fancy Worsted Stockings, at Albeb b.
CLOCKS Superior eight day Clocks at
HATS and Caps the best assortment in town,
and for the lowest prices, at Albee'8.
H"l0RSElWLLARS, Halters and Saddles, at
,. - Albee's. .
SCHOOL BOOKS and Stationery, at
S ILK HATS A few left, of the latest style, at
BLAKE & HUBBARD,
" FERRY & SONS," and " CUTLER & WARTS,"
Storage arbarliinfl & Commission ,'
Consignees of the American and' Western Trans'
portation Companies, Agents for Chicago and
Grand Haven line of Steamers, and Steam
boats on Grand River ; also agents for '
the sale of Imperial Mills Flour.
JOSEPH BLAKE, WM. II. HUBBARD.
Grand Haven, Mich. . . 280tf
STOVES ! STOVES !!
CHEAP FOIt CASH ! !
THE Undersigned takes pleasure in announcing
to the people of Ottawa county and vicinity, that
ho has on hand and is receiving daily, from tho
Lastern Manufacturers, the -
est and Best Stock of Stoves !
Ever brought to this Market,
which we will.warrant to givo Entire Satisfaction,
or the money refunded. Among our
Stock, may be found tho '
"Gencsscc River Elevated Oven Stove!"
i . that only ncod "bo seen to convince
the purchaser, that it has no equal. It is cast
from the best of Iron, and is larger and heavier
than any stovo of the kind, that has ever been
brought to this Market. We would also call tho
attention of the public to our square diving fluo
stoves, consisting of tho .r.
Victor, Uncle Tom's Cabin, and . " '
Meteor. May uueen, acranton ;
Of all sizes. Also Premiums, and others too nu
merous to mention. -.' ,E::
We would , only say, call at the Grand Ilaven
Stovo and Hardware Store, before purchasing
elsewhere. Geo. L. Hubbard, ..
MayC, 1857. 287tfJ , .. Agent..
Ottawa Iron Works,
FERRYSBURQt OTTAWA CO., MICH. ":
Wm. M. FERRY, Jr., Manufacturer of Stationary,
and Marine, high or low pressure
STEAM ENGINES, ;
Mill Gearing. Iron and Brass Castings. Particu
lar attention will paid to the manufacture of,
Muloy and Cicular SawmiUs.
superior Siding Mills built at short notice, ready
for setting up. immediate attention given ui mi
Repairing Engines, Mills, Mill Gearing,
Swing Mats, Una forging.
Thoso having repairs to bo made of either of the '.
above kinds of work, from a; dlstanco or in this .'
county, aro assured that every effort will be used
to fill witn aespatcn tneir orucrs.
We are prepared to contract for building En
gincs and machinery for Boats and Mills of tho
most approved patterns and finish.
India 11 ubber llcltlng, and Steam Packing
Gasketi, constantly on hand , ,
rost Office address, Grand Haven, Mich'. '
I212tfJ , , Wm. M. Ferry, Jr. .
"TQTICE is hereby given to tho subscribers to
i tn0 capital Stock of the Detroit and Milwau-
t.r(, Tinnwv. in Ottawa fVnntv. th.t thp.ir nh.
pcrlptions are duo and payable at the Company's
Offlc0 at Qran(i Rapids und Crockery Creek, nsr
follows : f . -. j
Firo per cent on the first day of May, 1857. and
flvo per cent on the first day of each succeeding
month, until the full amount 6hall bo paid in.
I i I W P. Innes, Resident Engineer Fourth Dlvis
noa oi we u. umiway. ioou.