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LOCAL AXl SKIPS IfEM
Thk Carwlmrw bave sou fj.'tj' tlioii
od ncrM with flnxUio-present tviciu.
"TTlORMieroioopOifc flail ou the Optician, at
J- . ,,),- : SaK,fORl's PooSj StOKB.
"V -IT ' J.'l. ': 1t.' Ann.
fl town9 adjoining us, lh purchaser tak-
tog it M ih lnrn or in t ho rieM.
Th Circuit Court for Ottawa Count v
il now in tsesMon in llu villaey Ju-Itj
Littleiohn presiJino-. The entire week will
probably b conkumod in UidpoAiiig-of tho
"busiuoss of t!io term." ' '"
i bcRgo.-ftlicni1! lmrdwnro merchant, Qev.
,E. Hubbard, has returned from the "great
' city," where he purchased a fine assort
ment of hardware, cutlery, Ac. Hj is
paw receiving mo goon a him tMjinj m r.s
reasonable rates as tho times will warrant.
' jlOR Murine and Magnifying Globes, call
on A. n . Iucu, at
. , Sanfc-rd's Cook Etobb.
'.' Mr. II. L. Warts gavo us this morn
ing a cpy (half-sheet) of tha Richmond
Jnqyirer dated July II, 1S64, which
was picked up by private Isaac Duvcrnav,
of tho Mich 3d Iuft., on the picket line,
at Petersburg. It is really a curiosity of
itself, bearing unmistakable signs of des
titution and wretchedness. Tertjis fr the
daily, $50 per year; Semi-Weekly $40;
Weekly, f 20.
The garrulous fanatic and disunionist
. of the Newaygo Republican seems not
well pleased with the proceedings and ro
suit of the late Abolition, Disunion Con
gressional Convention, recently convened
at Grand Rapids. While disaffection pre
1 vails extensively in tho rmrty of fanatics,
throughout the country generally, in that
locality and from that sod. -co it is simply
ft matter of no consequence or interest
, We look upon the action of the State
Publishers' Convention, recently as
sembled at Detroit, with much interest,
and aro constrained to acquiesce in
the suggestions and measures adopted.
Therefore, in our next issue we thall an
nounce advance terms of subcription, ad
Tertising, &c. As can be clearly demon
strated necessity demands immediate and
certain steps in this direction or finan
, cial ruin will speedily overtake every
newspaper establishment in the country
.T"ERS0N8 suffering from defuetivo vision
should try tho Spheroidal Kpeotaclos, to
t uaa or tno upucian, tins week only, at
Sastord's Book Store
Improve Youa Evk Sight. A. V.
Rich, the Cleveland optician, who has
been stopping at Grand Rnpids for two
months past, has arrived at Grand Haven
with ft weir selected 6lock of the well
known Spheroidal Spectacles, and all kinds
of Optical InslrunWu. 1 1 is glasses be
ing made of pure material and ground in
a concavo convex form afford tho best ar
tificial help to the human vision ever in
vented. Mr. Rich griuda theso glasses
bo as to suit far or near-sighted persons,
and warrants them not to tire tho eyes
in reading, writing or sewing, whether by
day or candle liirht. Office at Sanfords
Bookstore, for this week only.
Stow'b Varieties, comprising tho
greatest variety of performances ever giv
en under ono pavillion, will bo exhibited
in thin village, on'. Wednesday next, Julv
- 27lh. The manner of this estcnt-ive es
tablishment takes ploastire in informing
the public that the old circuses will not
be rehearsed, but a new style of perform
ance, different fioin any tiling ever beforo
the public. First in splendor is tho su-
. perb Acrobatic Troupe, which has been
engaged hi a considerable expense, with
a tiew of giing an entertainment worthy
of public patronage, and one that can not
fail to give natUfaclion to all our patroos.
Doors open 'at 1 1-2 Jand seven o'clock,
P. M. Performance to Commence at
oatj for all; Tho band will sorenadeiha
Atowa nt about 11 o'clock. Admission,
Box,'30 rents. Children, 25 cents.
..TDERSONS wishing to obuin Spestnolrs, or
I anything in th optical liar, of the Clors
4od Optioisn, will ploal call aooa u ha re.
raitisnly tbis wtel(. at - . .,
13 th June, 1 SGI.
PASIiNOKR A,N0 K.XPRSJJ3 pRjUGHT LlNE.
Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad.
Jn connection with the now and powerful
UPPER CABIN STEAMSHIPS'
"DETROIT" t "MIL U'ACKEE."
i H - '
pvTIUXG this Month Trin, will leave
(.iran l Daven. a follow
t.or.N3 KAST-Olail at 6-20 A. Jf. forPctroit.
nitT i.xpr9s At 1 ?0A.M., "
.MixoU at 3-15 b. II. for St.
t!oiNr;1Vr.-sT--STEAM?mPS at .1.15 A. M..
for jMilwauln-p, .lail.v, pxt-ept
Itcfaslimonfj nt l.!troit, Owokho ciul (Irnnd
ILiv.-.n, jind ur-a (V l iny stcamur "Wind
sor. ' od Uctroit ivcr.
CowfjrUblu IIuMin Depot at (irand llaveu.
pit The Trli -grfij.h T,ine ii opiTi f-.r rutli" '
SLEEPING CAE3 OX ALLIGHTTUAI.V-.
AT DETuOir Ort-ai V.'u.-torn Kiilway lor
nil points Lust Mi.'liijran CVntral Michi-aa
S.-athivn. Hnl Crm.d Tru-.k R-iilnmil.i.
AT 'I I L7 A U K E R With tho Mississippi,
licyt-y, Kpcim, Chicago, Wattrto-.vii, and
iioucoa i.u.ruuus, ior all point West und
PBssenrers for Gi-onl VeFtrrn Rhilwny jro on
tho Railway Ferry Pteamernt D. A M.H. I)ork
liMivingDock at G:10 and 10:10 A.JI., tuid 7:00
The Company' Tirac-Tablcs can le had at
auy of tho Stntionfi.
. ' W. K. ail'IR, OcnlSun't.
P. A 5L B. Offices, mi.
CHICAGO, GRAND HAVEN
THE FAST SAILING STEAMER
CAPT. J. D. WAR REX,
Will run during tho senon nf nniri.r.itl.Mi . r,.i
Loaves Grand llrvcn for ruslp.-nn T
and Fridiiy uiorninirs. nt 0 o'clock.
Jionvcs Uraml Haven for Chicago, on Wednes
day nd Saturday erenin?s. nt (1 nVlm-V.
Lflnveg Cliiearofor (inind llnvn on Xlnmli
una iiiursdny cvcinngH, at 0 o Vtoek.
Fit EIGHT AT LOWEST RATES !
R.YEBS0X A MOIIIIIS Agei.l,.
April 1, 1S61
THE SPLENDID STEAMER
1 A IV I 13 JL IS A L Ii
J. GANOE, Waster,
"T ILL run regularly between Grand 11a-
Vtn and (Jrnnrl Itiini. l,.i.vinr flrtinrl
liaven every tuesnny. I hurflay and iSiitur.Iny
Rotumincr will Icavo (Iranil Rnnirln oi-nrv Mon.
day, Wednesday and Friday, cotincetinpj with
ttoamers for Chicago, Milwaukeo and other
For Freight or Passago ftpply to Earns
t i'arKs. l orwardini? Acerits lor t in I'rnncllcr
from Chicago and Meamcr Danjol Hall, Grand
Haven, or to tlio '.aptain.
ApTil, 1X0 1. 262 tf.
Vr edcric U R c c : k t c I ,
Grand Iluveu, Mich.
Wholesulo nnd Itetnil Pealor iu
rIOXSTSTING of lioef, Pork, Mutton, Hams.
J I.nrd 'tnllnw. .to . .t o. Tlmnkfnl for n-ivt
fmv.r, un woiilil ilivitH tint nilMirt to r11 nnd IT.
amino our Storh of Moats hefure purchasing else
where Wc Infer. d to keep afull supply of every
Ortitle I'.smlly kefit in a .Meat Miirkut,
jjrr t axil win lie paid for btoeK on delivery.
Grand Haven, Sept. i, lSj'J. nSfi'tf
Stock Company, Incorporated in 185'.
Irving Tiro Insurance Compa
ny, New York.
CASH CAPITAL, - - - $200,000
With a large Surplu$!
"TXSURES Building". M.-rehandisound other
i l'roperry, fij;i!inft, i.o.sor Hnnincfl by l irp,
nt rales as low us other Fiit Class Stock Com
.T 0 Particular affi'nMon pivon to the Insn
raneo nf Farm Property. Isolated Dwelling and
their er,ntenfs. f ir ono, tlirrq or flvoyonis. Loss
efi e'jultahly r!Ui.tC"i r.od iirnni. fly .paid at this
Agency. Gi;0. P. 8ANF0KD, Acnt,
1 2.10tf J Grand Ivon, Mich.
A?Htt!'X t NOKTII,
D.R U G G I ST S'v
GRAND HAVEN, MICH.,
Corner of Washington and First
KELP everything for n!e UMisily found
at flret class Driij? i't.or'Mi, at tho lowest
inrkt priooe. All arc respectfully invited to
caii. . . '
J. D. NORTH, M. D.,
"TDIITSrciAN and Sargoon, ofltea at tba
vi uK cm. h nov menttorert, will nroaipt.
ly attend all professional calls. I
ortna HarB, Do. ?, Ht. 2 tf.
1GG2. FALL STYLUS! 1803.
i w i zi t c: ii t ie r
1 r.cw receiving his
LARGE AND SPLENDID
1 a d i c' 1) whs li o d .
Cloakings, plain and striped, l2mbroid:ri)j
wioves, itoop BKirls, ,to.
S IK .A. -W X, S 1
New Styles and Patterns,
For Ladies', Mistea and Childreu. Willow Toi-
I' t Ptands nnd bar-kef s of all descriptions
Of nil widths ami qualities. Hrown
Sheetings, bciivy anl fine.
His STOCK eoinpriM-s cverytliinf; in the
Dry Goods Line,
M'hieh ho offers for
C -A. S I-I ! ! !
At a very &mall advance above
NEW YORK COST
BOATS fiHOES L0WEU THAN EVER'
prit. 3, 12.
w UAliiSWAUK TSOliti.
Terms, - . - - - :a!.,
V- li-rt V- ' I -w Ax: Mil . '
GEORGE E. HUBBARD,
S T O V E S,
, 8HKLF ANI I1KAVV
ii a it i) r a n ij ,
Of every description.
CIRCULAR AND MILL SAWS,
R U B B B It t'ACKlITo
Carpenters and Coopers Tools,
PA RM INC J J J il LMI EN TS,
Cutttery, Iron, Amis, Spike, Ulass,
J itiri, ,apan Ware, dc.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Wares.
I alo have on hand a large utock of
White Lead, Hinc Paint,
PITCH A- OA CUM,
All of whieh will ho Fold C IIK A I for
C A. S I-I !
AT IIUPBAKD-S 1IARDWA UK STOftK
Corner akliuiKion A 1'irst Ktn.
ORAXD JAVEX, itlCII.
FIRE Ac MARINE
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
NEW YORK CITY.
Cash Capital, j... B 1,000,000.
Surplus over, 9 100,000.
rrIIIS ColiHianveonfiniiK.ld ir,,,r.. n;1.i:.
I Merchandise. Shin. Carroen. ir.ni..li..'i
Fiirnituro und Personal Pmporty pcnerally
BRuinsuosa or da 111110 by Jut, -on favorable
J'ft Polieios issued and Losses eniiitnblv 1
justed ami promptly ptiiu by
CJco. I'. Iliil.bard, As'f
Oriind Haven, Pec. !, 18GI. n14 t tf
H. Brouwer & Bro.,
JDHl-T O-OO IDS
OROCPRIF.S, ROOTS X SHOP?,
Flour, fKai :uu! IVeil,
And Counlry Produoo jrenerally, which
, will be sold I
CHEAP FOR CASl
Comer of AVailiington and First Crard
Ilavon, Michigan. if nil! I
v-v.... '. ' AND" -' '
w A-Cm o x n a k 1 1 a .
111 V, nh.Uirsi;ned, having aaelAted with
. himself bis two sons the 'nfl a wrtf;rti
tnakoV ai d tho othor it bhi'-kshiilh is prepared
tOido alljdt connected with thoso departtiient.
Ho rdf;o ,py pnjtioular. attention to jrnn and
lorkJmilhini; and farriery. E, TAK KEN. '
aald"lUti1, Ko. ?7, 1 Sell. (nH3 y
U. S. lO-WBoiids.
Tlicse lUmltf ase issuad uui'ir the AfOof tiir.
Sresiof March ft!,, mi. wi.irfj',,,,
all llond., issued uder.l)ils Act thll be Y. ??
EMrr PROM TAXATION ly or'unde U
Rtato or municipal authority. " ruitiscnUi-oi i
these Ponds are re dved in Pnit jd Stofee nrftef
or notes of .Valional tauka. They aro TO ii
BEDEEMLH IN COIN, at fhe pledtul- o? the
Government, at any period Hot tn than ln
more tkanfvrty ytan ftwn tliir dstj;, ao'diiutd
their redn.ptio, MVE PPJ; CEN'T. .iXtfeR'
niLL M yAW IN COIN, on Dcmds of
not over one hundred dollars annually and !
all other Ponds semi annually. The inteMi il
WnUcou thoCrt days of March and Septet
her in each year. '
Subwibors will receive eitlu f Reristcred or
Coupon Bond,, as lh,y may p.eler, IUKi,tnd
Bonds aro recorded on the. book of the (J 3
Treasurer, and can bo transferred only on the
owner's order. Coupon tU aro payable tl
nearer, and are more convenient for coronur,.;
Uses, i . ; ,
Subaaribtn t this lan Kill have tho or.tie
of having their Bonds draw interest from Marck
1st, by paying tho accrued interest in coino,
in United States notes, or tho notes of National
Punks, adding fifty per eent. for premium.)-
or receive them drawing intent from tb(, d,
of subscription and depoelu As tliw Pond,
i:empl from 3Iuuicipal or State Tax.
u,u' ,"'uo ,s mcreaiod from ono to three ter
ceni. per annum, aecoring t, the rate of tax lev
iea in various parts of the country.
At tho present rate of premium on gold they
Over Eight Fer Cent. Interest
iu currency, and aro of equal convenience as a
peruianentor temporary investment.
It is believed that no securities offer so great
inducements to lenders ns the Various dejerip
tions of U. S. Bonds. I all ether forms of in-
debtedncs,,-, the faith or ability of private part.es
or (.lock eoiiiniitiin. .. .... . . 1 . . ...
, . ir,,.urno eominnnitios on
ly is pledged for payment, while for the debts Of
tho United States tho hoe property of the
country is holdcn to Recur .the payment of both
principal and interest in co?n1
Thnvn l!,,n,l. 1 .. ...l
... ,j, vu fun.crinea Jor iniiin.i
from ?;,0 up to any magnitude, ou the snrafl
terms, and nro thus made equally available to
the emailed lender and tho largest oapiullst.
They can be converted into money at any mo-
mcut, and tho holder will have the bcacfit of
It may bo Useful to state in this connection
that tho total 1-undod Debt of the United States
on which intorcst is payable in gold, on tho .Id
day of March, 1861, was J 768,963,000. The in-
torest on this debt for tho coming fiscal year
will bo $15,037,120, while tho customs revenue
in gold for the current fiscal year, ending June
30th, 1884, has been .so far ut the rate of-over
$100,000,000 per annutij. ' I
It will bo scon that even the present gold rev
enues of the Government are largely in excess
of tho wants of the Treasury for the payment! of
gold interest, while tho recent increase oX the
tariff will doubtless raise tho aunual receipts
from customs on tho same anlountef importa
tions, to $100,COO,000. per annum.
Instructions to tho National Panics acting as
loan agents were not issne.d from the United
States Treasury until March 20, but in the first
threo weeks of April the subscriptions avcrad
mora than TEX MILLIONS A WEEK.
Piret National Pank of Ann Arbor, .Mich'. ..
Second National r.unk of Detroit, Mkh.
Firtt Nationul Pank of Ponton, Mich.
AM) H v A LI, NATIONAL BANKS
Which arc dcpbsitnrlca iff Pnh!ie moin-r, and all
RtttPECTAm.K BACK'S AMjWNKKilS
throughout tho CMintry facthiL a innu i.f ..
National Depositary Pnts), j, ill furnish fur
ther information on application and
APPOItD E V E U V l'ij CJL.I TV -TO, BUB-
Pi re Stisuraiuc Pointatiy,
, H AnTryiiD, Conn.
T3 IPK3 ta':c'n nt TflasJrtaMo vJic's.'' r.oes
C- llorppHyp.,r.l.-' - ' --k
. IA AO UL'NliVti, Agent.
Uom: LIVE ltKANCi; Co,,
Y., Insursnen peiTeeld on tho mo?t lii
.eral t-rm. . ISAA(J HUNT JN, Agnt."