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"yTOTICB U hereby given that, by virtu of
JJN authority and license to oi granted by
the Probata Court of Ottawa county end Kute
f Mioblgso, bearing date June 20. J8rt4, I shall
toll at public auction, to tha higbost bidder, at
tha store of Galon Eastman, Esq., at Eastman
Tille, in taid county of Ottawa, ou Saturday, the
thir4 day of Septurabcr next, at two o'clock in
tha afternoon, all the right, title and interest of
Walter Eastman and Frederick Eastman, iu and
Co certain real estate situated in said county of
Ottawa and described aa follows, to wit:
Block 13, excepting lota 8, 9, 10, II, 13, 18,
19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 20, 27, 2d and 29, vil
lage of Eaatuianvillo; the south-east quarter of
the south west quartor of section thirty-four
(34) in town eight (8) north of range fourteen
(14) weal, containing forty acres of land, more
or lessf the west part of the north-east quarter
of section twenty-oue (21) in ttwu ciht (0)
north of range fourteen (14) west, lying
south of the Detroit A Milwaukee Railway,
containing fifty-seven acres of land, more or less ;
the west half and the south-east quarter of the
outh-east quartor of section twenty-one (21) in
town eight (8) north of range fourteen (14) west,
containing oo hundred and twenty acres of
land, more or less the undivided balf of the
south-cast quarter of the north-east quarter of
section twenty-eight (23) iu town oigbt (8) north
of range fourteen (11) went, containing twenty
acroa of land, more or less; the south-west quar
ter of the north-west quarter of section thirty
three (33) in town eight (8) north of range four
teen (14) west, containing forty acres of land,
more or less; the soulh-oatUartur of the south
cast quarter of section twenty (20) in town fight
(8) north of rang fourteen (I I) west, contain
ing forty acres of land, more or less ; the south
east quarter of the south-west quarter of section
twenty (20) in town seven (7) north of range
thirteen (13) wost, containing forty acres of laud,
more or less. Dated, Eantmanville, July 11,
184. GEORGE EASTMAN,
Guardian of Walter Eastman and
272w7 Frederick Eastman, minors.
TOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of
-A- license and authority to me granted, oy
the Probate Court of Ottawa County and rotate
of Michigan, bearing date the 13th day of June,
A. D. 18!4, I shall sell, at public auction, at tho
premises, in the township of Polkton. in said
County of Ottawa, on Saturday, too 30th day of
July next, at two o clock P.M., all tho ritir, title
and interest which Frederick A. Marshall, now
daceaeed, did, in hi lifetime, possess in and to an
undivided ono half part of the south-cni't quar
ter of the south-west quarter, of section fourteen
(14) in town eight (8), north of rango fourteen
(14) went, containing thirty-eight (38) acres,
more or loss, two acres being roserved. tho same
having beon sold to tho township of Polkton
for a public burying ground; also an undivided
one-half interest in and to the south-cast quar
ter of tho north-east quarter of the south-west
quarter of section fourteen (It), in town eight
(8) uorth of range fourteen (11) west, contain
ing ten (10) acros, more or los, with th nppur
tcnanrcs. Dated, Polkton, June 11th, 18G4.
EMILY P. MARSHALL,
Administratrix of the estate of
(269w7. Frederick A. Marshall, deceased.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, the Circuit Courtfor
the county of Ottawa, tn Chancery i
James O. Roily, Complainant,
William, O. Itcilly and
Maria O. Reilly, Defendants.
TN pursuance and by virtue bf a decree of the
-a Circuit Court for the county or Utt.awa, in
Chancery, mado tn a causo therein pending, en
titled as above, on the twenty-first da.y of July,
A. V. 18f3, T, the subscriber, a special Comims-
aioncr, duly authorized and appointed for the
purpose, by the order of said Court, shall sell at
public auction, to tho highest bidder, at one
o'clock in the afternoon, on Saturday, tho twen
ty-third day of July, A. D. 1864. at the front
door of the Court-llouse of said Ottawa Connty,
in the village of Grand Haven, in said county,
all tho following described land, mug and be
ing sitnato in tho county of Ottawa and KtaU
of Michigan, viz: Lot eight of section eight.
in township seven north of range furtoen west,
containing fifty -three acres and forty-6ve one
hundredths, according to govern men t survey,
together with the hereditaments and appurte
nances thereunto belonging or in anywise ap
pertaining. Dated, Grand Haven, June 1, A. D.
1864. , WILLIAM II, PAKkS,
R. W. DCHCAir, gol'r for Compl't 267 w7
THE undersigned, having boon appointed
by the Probata Court of Ottawa County
and Stato of Michigan Commissioners, with
full power to receive, examine and adjust all
claims of all persons against the estate of Noah
Perkins, late of Spring Lake, in raid county,
deceased, will moct at the office of tho Grand
Haven News, in the village of Grand Haven,
en Thursday, September 1, iStH, and Thursday,
Desamber 1, 1 S 6 1 , at two o dock in the after
noon of those days, for the purpose of receiving,
examining and adjusting all claims or all per
sons against the estate of said deceased, six
months from the 6th day of June, 1801, being
allowed creditors by the Probate Court aforesaid
in which to present their elstms for final adjust
mant JAMES BARN", ) rmnr-a
PASCHALTAYLOIt. j tomr "'
Grand naven, June 20, 1864. 270w4
Whiti River, Jnne 11, 1861.
IWsle? McFall, do solemnly and sincere
ly swear that I will totally heneefor
ward, and during my natural life, abstain entire
ly from tha use of all intoxicating liquors, wine,
or cider, aa a beverage so help me God.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this lltb day
June, 1864. 5. J. B. WATSON',-
2704 Justioe of the Peaca.
IV E XV BAKERYI
TU.E subscriber baring reoently established
a First Class Bakery, with modern im.
provements, machinery, Ao., is prepared to fur
niah, at tha lowest price, the very beat of
Bread, Crackers, Pies & Cakes!
At TTholesah or Retail.
The ratronaga of tha publio l respectfully
solicited. Shop, Vnhlngton (treat, tie it door
helaw tha Milwaukee House, Grand Haven.
Jus 20, '64. 270tf ERNEST ANDREEft.
FINKL12 X LYON'S'.'
These Machines make tho lock-stitch
alike on loth sides,' an J uso less than balf
the thread nud silk that the tingle or
double thread loop-stich Machines do;
will Hem, Fell, Gather, Cord, Braid,
Bind, &c, and are better adapted than
anjr other Sowing Machine in use to the
frequent changes and great variety of
sewing required in a family, for they will
sew from one to twenty thicknesses of
Marseilles without 6loppinj, and make
every stitch perfect, or from the finest
gauze to the heaviest beaver cloth, or
even tho stoutest harness leather, without
changing tho feed, needle, or tension, or
making nny adjustment of Machine what
They are simple in construction, and
easily understood; and if any part is
broken by accident, it is readily replaced.
These are peculiar facts, nnd will gu
far to determine the choice of any intelli
Pleaso call and examine or send for a
N. B. Local Agents wanted in sec-
lions not yet occupied. AdJress,
F1NKLE & LYON S. M. CO.,
No. 538 Broadway, New York. Iy224
b 1 MIL Y SE W1XG MA CHINES
' Have taken the Firt Premium at the laH
Fairs hold in tho following
Including every State Fairat which they have
boen exhibited in 1862.
PEICE8 FROM $45 & UPWARDS.
N. n.Tbe following decision was return
ed by tlio committee Sewing Machines at tho
last Suto Fair, in Michigan, and composed of
tbe following well know ladies and gentlemen:
Mrs. H..H. Emmons, of Eeorse; Mrs. Judce
Baxter, of Hillsdale; Mrs. Prof. Haskell, of
Monroe; W lliam Hobhell, of Detroit; C. B
Crosby, of Plymouth.
JZST Silver Medal and $5 to the Oro
vcr Baler Sewing Machine Co. for
the best dfplay of sewing machines,
S3T Diploma and $5 to the- Grover tf)
Baker Sewing Machine Co. for the best
family ewmg Machine.
OrricB in Fishora Elook, No. 121 Woodward
W. R. A, WOODRUFF, Gen. Ag't.
201 ly for Michigan,
TaUo k Barks, .
AgaoH for Ottawa. Co,
The ONLY reliable self-Adjunting Wringer.
Tha frame being of Iron, thoroughly galvan
ized, all danger from runt it removed, and the li
ability to shrink, swell, split, &o., to uuavoida
llt in wooden machines, is prevented.
No thumb-screws or complicated fastenings to
wear out or get out of order; it can be fasteucd
firmly to the tub in a singlo second.
WARRANTED WITH OR WITHOUT COG
WHEELS. It took the FIRST PREMIUM at Fifty-Seven
State and County Fairs in 1863, and is, with
out an exception, tho best Wringer ever mado.
Instead of believing tho statements of parties
interested in the sale of other Wringers
TRY IT AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
Tost it THOROUGHLY with ANY and ALL
others, and if not entirely satisfactory, return it.
It will wring anything Irom a thread to a bed
qnltt, w ithout alteration.
Patented in tho tniU'd Mates, I'.ngiand, Can
ada, and Australia. Agents wanted in every
town. Energetic men ran make from $3 to $ 1 0
Putnam Hanufaeturintf Co :
(i KN'Tt.KMF.N ! I know from nrnctienl pitforl-
ence that iron well galvitmed with zino will not
oxi'luo or run one pxrticlu. I can safely say,
alter several years' experience in the manufac
ture of ehttiu for clisin-pumps and wnter-drnw-ers,
in which I havo tested tho affinity of iron
and zinc, that if the process be conduetod prop
erly, it is a perfect weld of tho two.
Nenrlv one year ago my family commenc
ed using one of your Wringers. It now per
foruis all of its functions as well as it did tha
Grst time it was used, aud has bo come an
indispetifible artielo with ns. I havo closely
observed several other kinds of clothes-wring
ers, tho modus operandi being different, trying
to produce the same res ults us the Putnam W ring
er, but in my judgment they have failed. The
Putnam Wringer is as near prefect an po'siblc.
and I euu cheerfully recommend it to bo the bc?t
In use. Respectfully yours.
J NO. W. WHEELER,
Many years' experience in the galvanizing
business enable mo to iuJorso tho above state
ment in all particuhir.
JNO. C. LKFl- ERTS,
No. 100 Dcckmnn street.
New York, January, 1i!4.
No. 1, $6 50; No. A, $3 iiO.
Manufactured and sold, wholesale and retail
by THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO.,
No. 13 Piatt street, New York, aud Cleveland,
2('.3mfi S. C. NORTHROP, Agent.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
For Sale Cheap,
AT Til U
71 William Street, New York,
, II. IS. Cli:i!itlH'ilniii.
S'izrt and prirt of Lillie't Fire-Proof Snri !
. IIKKIHT. WIDTH. DKl'Tlt.
No. 1 24 20 20
No. 2 2rt. -22 21
No. 3 :;o 24 24
No. 4 32 23 21
No. 5 34 31 24
No. 6 40 31 24
, INSIDE. ,
nficnT. wiutu. brr-Tii. prick.
No. 1 17 11 12 $ 6.r) Ofl
No. 2 191 13J 12 fiOOO
No. 3 21 1ft 12 55 00
No. 4 22 18 13 110 00
No. 9 24 21 14 125 00
No. 6 31 21 15 110 00
The American Advertising and Purchasing
Agency receive orders for the above named Mer
chandize. Pus. Dep., K. ALVORD. Corresp.
Dep., FOWLER t WELLS.
ly2B3 308 liROAnwar. N. Y.
IIKNJAJIIX l. ririut,
TIX, COPPER, SHEET 112 OX
WARE ,fr STOVE FURNITURE.
TKRMS, s s s s s CASH.
Muskegon, July 23, 1862. nl77
SHIRLEY HAMMOND, after many years
of sueccrfhful experienco, respectfully of
fers his serviees in tho art of treating dotncslio
animnls. Oxen, Horses, Sheep, ,tc.
Particular attention ti eastration will be giv
en. Operations w ill be performed upon Gel lens,
Pulls, I'.Diirs, Ducks, ie., and nil ruses warrant
ed. Call at tho liridgo Street Ferry House.
April, 23, lsf.1. ofll tf
.STRAIN RO AT liAII(,
OProSITB PERI1Y I SOS'S OFKH'E,
Wntcr Mrcrt, C.'raml Ilavru, Mich.
a THIS House has recently been purchased by
- the proprietor, who bus thoroughly refit
ted Bnd furnished it in the best manner, and the
publio will find most excellent accommodations
at this hotel at reasonable prices.
Good stabling can be relied npnn.
ED. KILLEAN, Proprietor.
May 1, 1884, 263 tf.
JOHN PENNOYER, Proprietor.
V THIS spacious and well known house has
reccntlr been lessed by it present pro-
prietor and no pains or expense will be
spared to make it, in every respect, most desira.
ble and comfortable for customers. Passengers
from tha Cars, going North, will connect here
with the U. S. Daily Mail Stage, and from the
North, going East or West, with the D. A M.
A good barn and alabla accommodations fur
nished at all times. Terms reasonable.
v Ferrysourg. April A, 14. . 259 tf
Lansing", -------- Michigan.
OFFICE IX BE BEE'S BLOCK
Authorized Guaranteed Capital
(1IY STATE AUTIfOIliTY.)
S 3.0 O, O O OJ
Insures Stores, Dwellings,
AND OTHER TR0PERTY,
EITHER ON MUTUAL OR
TnE PTATE INSURANCE COMPANY
transacts business of Insurance through
out tho State. This Company refunes all Steam
Mills and other hazardous property, and not
over $3,000 ever taken iu one risk, thereby
avoiding all large and ruinous losses that often
cripple otherwise sound compnnies. Tho Di
rectors and Officers are determined that no ef
fort shall bo spared on their part to mako it
worthy tho confidence of tho public, it being our
aim to do a safe, rather than a large business.
The Company being loeatod at the Capital, hfla
many advantages alike valuable to the insured
and tho Company.
This Compnny has a stock rlause' ill their
charter, by which those who prefer not to give
a Deposit Nolo, can bo iusnrcd at the rates of
good Stock Companies, without any liability to
This Company also insures against
DAMAGE BY L1GIITXIXG I
Whether the property to be burned or not, when
entered on tho application by the Agent at tbe
time of insuring, thereby giving to those wish
ing to insure, advantages that no other compa
J. C. RAIT.Y, D. L. CHASE.
MOKDECAI THOMAS, M. P. KTLIiORN.
S. D. ALLEN, J. T. WIIITCOMK.
J. C. DAILY. Pres't.
M. P. KILBORN, Sec', & Treat. 264 tf.
M0RDECAI THOMAS, Ocn'l Ag't.
Pihlapki rniA, Pa.
"T I SHADES uf tha Nervous, Nominal. Urin
nry and fr-exual Systems new and relia
l.lo treatment in reports of tho HOWARD AS
SOCIATION' sent by mail in scaled 'letter en
velopes, free of chnrgc. Address, Dr. J. SK1I
LIN llOrnHTON, Howard Associiition. No. 2
South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Ph. Iyl'72
Dwelling House for Sale !
.A GOOD sited, well finished, and coininodi--XT-V.
ous Dwelling ll'inse, plcnsnntly located
on Washington street, Grand Haven, including
lot, is olTorod for salo at a roiisoiml'lo price and
on easy terms. Address,
May, 24, ISO 1. Chaplain U. S. A., Detroit.
mchmon ds "& YackusT '
WU01.ESAI.R AND RETAIL
BLANK HOOK MANUFACTURERS,,te.
183 Jeflcrson. Avenn?, . . Detroit.
jJT-T Old Books, Mnic Rooks and Periodi
cals bound in the neatest stylo of the art.
Detroit, March 12, 1S2. tfnI57
LATEST DISCOVERY !
J RAKER'S Sick Ilcndneho Panacea will
cure sick or nervous headache in from
20 to 30 minutes. Any person purchaxing a bot
tle can return it and receive back their money
if it fails to euro, on proper application.
For Sale by H. (JriQln A Co., Grand Haven,
J. Ryan, Croton,
Levi Shackelton, Muskegon,
nI93tf Thomas Wheeler, '
Agricultural Implements !
rPIIK subscriber is offering a more complete as
L sortuieiit than ever, of Plows, Cultivators,
Harrows, Drills, Field. Rollers, (irain Cradles,
Hand ami Horso Rakes, Threshing Machines,
Day Presccs, Reapers nnd Mowers and every oth
er kind of Farming Implements and Mnchinos.
Gratefully acknowledging the liberal patronage
which bo has heretofore roceived ho solicits a
continuance of the sumo.
Grand Rapids, March 20,1800. lyn CO
MER C HA XT TAILOR,
Tvr"EEPS constantly on hand a fine and full
assortment of Goods in his lino. He
also pledges himself that his Work shall not
bo surpassed by any In town in point of cheap
ness ami durability. All work warranted.
Grand Haven, Mich. tfnlC3
Sctvins Machine Agency.
WE are agents for Grover A Raker's, t. M.
Singer A Co's and Wlllinms A Orvis Sew
ing Machines. Wheeler A Wilson's, and other
patents can also be obtained of ui. Call and see
samples on exhibition at our store,
Tatlor A Bar.
UkVKI ACTCHUR a MALER 15
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HE uses only the best stock, from the East
ern Market. All kinds of repairing done
neatly and promptly. Shop on Washington
street, opposite Hubbard'a Hardware Store. '
Grand Havaa, April 18. 188X (tfolM
Grfdttrf Ma Circular '
Ersr 1'uUiihri! .
I I 1 M ariftMii- larfta I i
m Intiiir nun for tvo
letter pnf(s for two
3 or nl stamp.
Dra. JACKSON, HERBERT A CO. J A4-
ociated Proprietors of the National Dil -pcutary.
No. 1 OT Sycamore itrtet, Ciutia
nati, oaiublisUd .Jan. 1, I860, for tha eure
Prof, Egbert Jackson, Dr. Robert Herber
and M. Eugene Vclpean. Thorough wei af
fected with almost incradible rapidity, of Gon
orrhea, Syphillit, Gleet, Nocturnal EmissJoat
solf-abuse, Impotency, Stricture, Female Pi
eaaea, Diurnal Emitivm, in abort, every possi
ble form and variety of Sexual Disease, and a
the same time the general kealtn of tbe patient
improved, where any improvement in that res
pect it needed.
Our Dispensary Circular, of 15 large 8 iacb
b"y 11 Inch letter pages, with full and speoiai
written reply, sent promptly, well sealed, to any
address for the amount of ths postage, sii cents t .
Every young man, whether ,
SICK OR wi;tL, . . . ;
should have one. Also, a Circular Intended for
ladies only, nine large letter "pages, for three
cent stamps. The "Mountain of Light, Medi
cal Protector," a new book of three hundred
pages, one, hundred engravings, price, lb stamps
or money, only fifty cents and one threa cent
stamp, three fur $1 and nine cents in stamps.
This book is fully described in our Circular. It
is by fur -the most, valuable and deeply interest
ing book on tho subjects' treated of, now extant J
matters' that in former tvorki were merely hint,
ed at are here fully explained; ,it contains also
a full and explicit key to all tha iccntts of ruar
riago, love aud beauty never before ,
Jir PATLSFACTORILY -frl?
revealed by any book in the English language.
Dr. Jackson's Oriental Liniment, a great iu
vigorator of genital organs tend for Circular.
Dr. Jackson's Female Pills, f I send for Cir
cular. , . , ,
Dr. Jackson may be seen at tbe Consnitinj
Rooms of Dispensary, No. 167j Sycamore street,
from 8 A. M. till 1 P. M., and from 4 P. M.,
till 8 P. M.; at other hours either Dr. Herbert
or M.' Vclpeau, or both, will bo in attendance.
Male patients, ivheii desired, will be furnished
with Inre, airy, comfortable rooms, snitsblo
board, and careful attendance, for tho few dayt
ordinarily noceary to affect a cure. Patients
do not seo each other. The most ample gtiwtn-t'-os
of our nMlity and good faith promptly giv
en when desired. Fees ns reasonable as tha ve
ry highest mois of treatment known to modern
medical science, and a very long and varied ax.
perichco, will admit. P. O, Pox, 436. Send'
for Circular, aud tfctlo your case Pfl" plainly
and fully, and you will receive the Circular and
our written reply by return maiL TSCfc We will
answer no lcttor unless it contains six cents in
stump. Medicineand Iostiuclionssentprompt
ly and carefully to any part of the world.
Dr. Jackson's French Male Safe, to prevent
contraction of ernptivo and contagions diseases
Price, fl each ; 4 per half dozen J $7 per doi-
Addres.-, J. II. A Co., P. 0. Pox, 436 Cincin
nati, Ohio. n205 m6.
AV A. Gr O 3ST S ,
Wholesale and Retail.
Having a large establishment, and all the latest
improved machinery in full and suc
cessful! operatiou, lean aesuro far
mers ana citizens of
OT T A WA C OU XT
That they can find nowhere as
Cheap or Superior Article
TliAJ I MAX (.'FACTOR E.
ALL, therefore, who wish, cither at wholisaU
or retail, wacons of anv description. f th
very best material and make, can bo furnished
on the most accommodating terms as above stal
ed, by calling at tbe large stone manufactory,
liranu napxis. est Man, mver street, a few
rods above Bridge Street Bridge,
Grand Rapids, May 15, 1861. nl
ISridgc Street Terry.
THE subscriber having recently purchase!
tho entire property and right of the above
named ferry would publicly announce that no
pains or expense will bo spared to make tbl
well known crossing, at all hours, perfectly safe,
oomfortablo and expeditious,
Travelers will meet with no detention what
ever, and the publio generally are respectfully
invited in this direction.
April, 23, 1864. 261 tf.
PARKS & VAN DEN BE KG,
LAND AND TAX AGENTS.
GRAND HAVEN MICHIGAN. .
GEORGE PARKS, P. VAN DEN BERG
V7E have perfeot abstract of titles for tbsr
V counticsof Ottawa and Muskegon, am' wjll
rrake abstracts of title to land, on short nc'.'c
Attend to purchase and sale cf real estate; 1 ti
ding off land at tax sales; payment of taies,
anl will take a goners! supervision of all lands
entrusted to their charge, and will atfond to t'ja
collection of debts.
JTV Peter Van den Berg, Justice of tho
Peace, and Notary Public.
Grand Haven. April 25, !SflO. nf H t
ii. isiitirruv k Co.,
Commission Agents. : . :
Corner oMVAshington & First SfraeU
GRAND HAVEN, MICH, '
-T-T7"HERE may be found at Wholaeala A
Retail, a good assortment of the best
qualities of Domestic and Foreign Drugs, Med
icines, Chemicals, Painto, Oils, Kerosene, Cam
pheno, and Fluid Lampj. Family Grocoriei,
Books, Stationery, Perfumory, with a jra
variety of Fancy Goods kept hy Drnrcists
orally. Physicians preseriptioaa aefully com