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k vV,J lJ!J..7xlcr .L .a VOLtJIIE 6 NUMBER C3. GRAND HAVES, MICIU.KOVC! 1864. W" Tnr.::3 oi o per annum. .i." -.1 . m m m y'I'if i .)! I'M the anAiiD nAVEn unvro, j'q TJ-'H.-LST A. L FuMuaea every eunesuay, BT'J. Ct J. :V. BAX1IT3. THIIZIS:--One Dollar Filly pr rear. " $2 CO ten left by the Carrier. t5 OSoe on Washington street, over Becktel's Market." - , , y Grand Hrrcri, Ilichijan. . ADVANCED RATK9 OF ADVERTISING. On square ono week,..,. J... Ont aqoaro two week,.....,.. On square three weeks,. ...... On square one xncmtb,.....-;. Ont square two months........ Ono aquar three months, ".;. . Ono square six months, ....... One qnarw twelvo months,.... Of a meetinn of 'lis Board of Supcrvi- tort o uiiaw vovniy, neia ai me village of Grtnd Haven, in taid ' County, on tJtifenth day of October, (cOSCLUSti OF JOURNAL.) ' "'' .vTbe report or rcsciution was accepted and adopted. I 'V ,.' ; ' Resolved. Thai" licenso for keeping tho Jerry aerca Grand River, from tho 1 23 foot of Washington street, in tho villago 1 75 ol urand Haven, I !ho lunrond Depot, 2 ?5 on the opposite sjdo of Mid river, be nod 4 00 the tame is herebfjranted to Charles J. 7 00 PfafTand ReubeoVndcrhoet of. Grand it . ..-. .. . '. 10 00 xivea worcsaic!, . tn too conditions ner 14 oo inafter named, thiii to say said license , I . I. - 11 , . At . 1 . iuau cormncDce OQine expiration or. tue $ 75 whole- is chargod as for tho first insertion. Cosiness Cards, one !!n each, $2 per year. present licenso, to.rit: the 16lh da? of Advertising by tho column t rates of special 0ctobe . . -n . . j. agreomont. . ,' farm f.i thm tmnr tlM. MM fMm Anrtiment without special directions as that date. MOT id kf aaid Pfaff fe Vander- o Urn. will bo Inserted and charged for until or. hocf . , , . r.. lhfl first d f ifftT dTcga advertising at legal rats. When a next, irj addition Mv. U other necessary postponement is added to an advertisement, tho and suitable boats and implements, put on saia lerrv a good oaa smtaDie steam terry boat and thai) tbere(iA.er permanently keep op and maintain; laid team ferry, do nng said term of three years it being expressly understood that if such steam ferry be cot so kept up and maintained, after tho said firtt fray of May next, then this license shall cease and be of do fur ther effect; That tie said Pfaf! & Vaa BUSINESS DIRECTORV. C. J. PfaflT. Sheriff of Ottawa Co., Grand Haven, Mich. George G. Lovell, County Treasa- - TT I'l.W ' ror, urana u&tvu, wkui Peter Van Den Berff, Co-inty Uerk reCeiro tbo Mowing rates of PnliArt W. Duncan. Circuit Coart Commissioner, Grand Haven, Mich. William H. Parks, Prosecuting At torney, Grand Haven, Miou. George Eastman, County Survey or, Eastmanvillo, Mich, , , . J. H. Ganford. Deputy Countr Sur- reyor, Wright P. 0., Ottawa Co., Mich. For one person, fire cents. Fur one person and horse, ten cents.' For one person ith one horse and wag on, fifteen cents.: ' V - For one person with two horses and wagon, twenty cents. bbeen and swino. rcr bead, two cents. Children under five years of ago to pass Cree. Said Pfaff & WVanderboef shall alao cause ferry tickets,'' for one person each, . Munroe. Physician and Surgeon. to u issuC(J wLich' they shall sell eight Office on Washington street, Grand Haven, lWeotv.fire ccbuwhicl1 rtlca of fer. fees,: ' :'' . . -1 :.lr: s 6 James C. Avery, witccci in r:.t njsi fees, 7 James Lacrccs, witness ' : ' 8 Orrin Dowd, tritccss (zcx. a i .! 0 Orria ' Dowd, ' conitafcls '.' fees, ' : i i .: r . ',,., : i 10 Orria Dowd, special Jep- uty fees, : ' ; "i ' 11 Stephen Hodges, snperin tendent of the county poor, .12 C.'B. Raymond, constatb : . fees,.. 'V .c . r:-ir' u 0'2O II. A. Reed, Justice fees, .: ;. C 25 t m. no 5 09 5 22 5 32 01 i-4 2a 4C3 4 44 13 00 tu. ;; ; tic- Mich. Dwiirht Cutler. Dealer in General Merchandixo, Tork, Tlonr, Fait, Grain, Lamber. Shinerles. Lath. lo. Water street, , Grand Haven. Mich. William Wallace, Grocer and Pro- rlsion Merchant, Washington Street, Grand IUven, Mich. riago shall be subject to alteration as pro-J vided by law. ' That said PfaH s V anderboef shall at tend said ferry from the hours of six o' clock In the mortuu till nine o'clock ju th afternoon. ''!., That said Pfalf it Vanderboef shall be required to keep a sufficient number of V . Jl... . .i i j ' ' . i ..t ' wun saia terry in :t prompi ana rigorous Miner Hedges, Proprietor of the Vio tor Mills. Tallmadee. dealer In Merchandise Groceries and Provisions, Pork, Grain and manner tt0(1 thfttt'.ef are hereby author- MU1 Food Shingle, le., 4e. Lament, Utta- control f ., lations and mstniclions aforesaid. Augustus W. Taylor Judge of On motion of Mr.' Howard Messrs. Prohate, Ottowa County. rot-Ufficea.iire. pfaff Vanderboef presented a bond, Ottawa Center. Court days. First and Thrd . . . . f . . , . Mondays of each Month. Office at tho Conrt '' "I'i"' "' House. Grand Haven. ' I aiffneu oy vuo cuiirmau sun cicra. . 1 1 . T I On motinnr nf Mr. Duncan it was order- George B. Hubbard, Dealer m lbJVl lLo amcu of rejected taxes be added to the f mounts of taxes to be lev- Ktoves, Hardware, linns Iron, aaus, rpue, m.A. rv...l. m. Prn.a.ont Raw. Tlntrher's Files; and Manofactnrer of Tin, Copner, and I led and Collected ' PpOO the different towns Bhect-Iron Wares. Job worn aono ca snon i wucro bev Proptrlv belorff. notice. Corner or Washington ana sun en., i . ,rjf . Ant Grand Haven, Mich. John H. Newcomt), Dealer in Dry Ofodi. Groceries. Provisions, Cr(kcrt .Hard ware. BootM and Shoes, etc. tie Ftroet, Mill Toint, Mich. X T. Davis, Merchant T&iV. Dcder in Genis Furnishing Goo.ii, proadcloths, Cas aimeres, Vestinps, Ae. Shop, Washington St. 2d door below the Drag More. fr Rnn: Manufacturers and WhoUaiLle and Retail Dealers la LnmbcrJ?hin- trW I.th. IMckets. Timber Ac. Uuins Of- flees, Water Street, Grand Haven, Mich., and 236, Adams Street, Chicugo, 1IU - . J. P. Chubb, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Tlows, Cultivators Threshing Ma chines, lloapors, Mowers, Hay Presses and all kindi of Farming? Tool and Machines. Ag- rtAiiUural Warehouse. Canal Street, flrand Ilapids, Mich. CONCKNTItATIlIJ TOT AKII! AT twenty. Ave cents' per Can, which, with a half doen pounds of (trtme, you can taa.ka fifteen gallons l ioo1 hi.ftp. foil l GRIFFIN ii Dragstt. rril,ZS,'$3 poor submitted ; ibo following report, which, on.motioi of Mr. Van fiecs, was acceptod: . - The supermtculents of tho poor of the county of Ottasa present the following report : . To the Honorific, tho Uoard ci bjper- isors of Ottawa county Tho undersicrtf J, suierlntcndcnts, rev rx'ttfully report V on the 14th day of October, 18G3, Ucy had on band tbe amount of $509 61 They have df wn orders to tho amount of ) " 1 488 08 Leaving a lalance in tho treasury of 121 43 And we rccoffrwMid that the following amount be raiwc at tho present meeting of the board for I he support of the poor, 5378 57 Which, with tiie balance on hand, will make kho sum of, 1,000 00 Which is prrcr.mcd to bo soHiCKnt for tno ennuing yc E. J. Avsnr. V7h'u of board of ('ouri'." IVr Huperifitendents. ' Get a Sewing Ilacllinol On notion 'c' Mr. Kans thi bnrd tvv if.unit ta rr.rrSs a r- Fsmily Hawing M'bin-. nf any HJ. will '1 wall U flllVlU .IfJ at all tkms mo Iba oivt a lfntr"' t'. To'irsirTas er Ti ?ai adjournrd till l sccctd Monday of Jan uary.A. P. 181'. C. L KTOURH, Chairman. P. VitDcrf n;fco, Co. CWk. I.IAiniATTAlT Tire Iintirnncc Company. tir cr Atcorrn alloweti bt ROAnn Bi:rr.avisoi'.: rut Jlmmir.!. rAi:t r a pita I., . i;iiru:.J ' i ft t 9 " 1 - ' .11 u Lt. if i.f .'r ri 1 v. jr. pat k Aj"" 1 I)r. Cornyos Ham, !c- 2 Fran Vif f, wilrioHi fV', 1 " j .1 Adrian Lwckrnnn, do 4 33 4 Vninck hy. U 3 CI 5 Iia Ha tUr, Jiu'.i.' , 14 I do do -j 15 do ' I do ' 16 ' ' do ' - ' do i" ri7- -."do do r 18 A. -W. Squlcrs, witne&s fees,-''." : : : 19 IL C.'Akely, Justice foes, i 20 Orria Dowd, deputy sber . iff fees. ; " - ii ;.r. 21 Oirin Dowd, deputy suerv U iff fees,. 5 V -:M:v 22 C. E. Wells, Justice foes,.! "23 Martin' Phillco, Justice fees, : : '- ' -;-. 24 Jacob Den Herder, auper- intendeot of countr poor,' ;, '- 25 Orria Dowd, constable, ! fees, I i.r. c' 23 J. it J. W. .Darns, print v ing fees, I . . u-'' 27 Edson Fuller, witness fees,.' 27 Win. D. Fuller, witness fees,'i ' ' '' '. ' ' 'vn 27 Orria F. Fuller, witness fees, j --t ' - -' -., 29. M. S. .Millard, witness foes, ' y 30 Wm. tl. Cole, witness fees, ' V ' . ; . 31 P. Vaa Dca Berg; Justic fees, - 32 P. Van Den Berg, Justice foes, - ; - 33 P. Vaa Den Berg, Justice fees, ; '- i- . i L 34 P. Van Den Berg, Justice ; fees, - , ., . . 3C P. F. A. Van Den Berg, constable fees, 37 . Wm. T. Perleo, witness 1 fees,-,; ,., . .-.v." . ; i 38 Wm. T. Perlee, coroner fees, ' 39 Wm. II. Painter, arrest- ng a criminal, , . 40 II. C. Akely, Justice fees, " J 41' William Magher, witness fees, 42 Thomas G. Harris, witness '. 43 P. an Den Berg, Justice foes, -. 'l ' : '."?' 44 Geo. E. HubUrd, hard- : ware for jail, " i . 45 Orria Dowd, constable ees, . :M . -40 Orrid Dowd, constable . fees," . 47 Richard Hawkins, witness fees, - ". . ". 48 Richard Hawkins, witoAaa fees, ' . 49 Richard Hawkins, Witness . fees, ' ' 0 Harmon Hamilton witness fees, 51 Harmon Hamilton,' wit ness fees, ' 52 Richard Hawkins, wit-' ness fees, . ' " 54 P. Van Den Berg, revenue stamps, drc, 65 Angel t North, oil, wicks, tc ' t .60 Geo. D. SaD ford, wall pa- er, Ac, jail, . 57 P. Van dcu Berg, services as county cleik, 68 Levy Boer, witness fees, 59 Hear Middlcmisl, CO Wm. II. Painter, witness foe, ' CI Geo. Fleming, sundries, 62 Asa Reed, comlallo fees, C3 P. Van Dn Berg, acr- vicra on rHi-f arnl bounty fund, 64 M. P. Wr, paisago frcit, C Cha.J. PfafT, ih-riil fees, 6!i do eitra, 6 (5 IVtiien Vanderhotf, i- tra bjardin, 07 fJco. Hcming, exj.rcin rliarjj'-j, fH Iw Vand rhf, jailor pV, 63 IT.j, Lillj", eommmkfter 70 0. If. Bow Jen, eonataMe f'K-S 71 V'm. Wal'.acu, tundras 72 Wm. II. Fainter, arreit- : 5 33 a 1 50 3 48 it :!8 08 3 49 -4 80 10 65 9 CO 68.50 11 38 r ' 6 00 -.. y 7 02 I . . 4 3 06 2 04 4 16 2 38 a : l : 6 79 4 56 213 ..... . 4 03 10 26 9 25 10 65 ' 3 69 , 3 75 ;!0 15 -? 7 54 2 03 8 17 i : '. " 2C7 6 67 - 3 1 '. 3 1 . 2 42 0 42 CI 80 3 42 8 06 100 00 87 87 :87 179 51 3 00 150 00 37 78 87 ICQ 00 25 CO 28 CO OH 3 r-jatminal. , . t 73 Ueo. li. Hubbard, bard- aroTorjxiv 74 :2ieoa Iltielion, Justice test. v . , , ..' .. 75 Simeoa UaxoHon, JustKe 76 fliroau Haxtllon, J ustics loes, 77. Simeoa Hazellon, Justice foes,' , . 78 M. D. Howard, Justice es, 79 Goo. Fleming, poll lxoks, 80 W m. II. Parks, prosecutv . ing attorucy foes, 450 00 81 CD. Albee, cetlar posts, . for jail,' ' 8 37 .' r T-V T d. Ijouu v an . uen ierg, ' building fonceTor jail,. . , I . . . I 15 75 83 Charlos J..PfH3, for jail, ; TQ00 l8t L-J. Avery, burying a ... woman, c 18 45 85 E. J. Avery, superintend- ''" cnt county poor, 65 00 80 Carlton L. Slorrs, extra i ? .. services as chairman,. . . .. ,25 00 17 7 00 18 80 7 94 8 51 2 21 2,74 9 03 30' 65 J Wao Pays tiik Taxis. Suppose some rich man Las invested 160,000, it may bo all he is worth, jn these bonds, what will be say to the township or city tax collector when he comes to him to col- ect the taxes! It will ' be 1 aomethioz ike this : ' 44 Sir, aro vou rcadr .to pay your . taxes F The rich man i replies, Sir, 1 have no taxes to pay. Why, sir, you are worth $50,000 P " Yes, sir, but it, is where you cannot get at it." "But, sir, consider that our State has an enormously heart war tax to pay." 4I cannot help tnat; the United States has exempted roe from all btato taxa- tion," Cut sir, our county and town ship hare been put to great cost and ex pense tn raising soldiers and paring boun ties to save too and others from the draft." "AVelLIatn much obi ixred to them; but I do not see how I am to ielp them." u Well at least you will pay the school and highway tax. "Theie is nothing about, paying: that' iu .'my bonds.. Let these men see to that. hare nothing to do with that. I have nothing to do with schools and roads, except to use tbcra, and I want - good ones when 1, do use them. And off goes the Treasurer to collect his funds of some laooring man wno nas no umtea States bonds.. Wyoming Democrat. Tho following .ht'ter frora Geo. 11 Pen dleton, thi Democratic candidate for Vice President, is addressed to Hon J. B. Haskin, of New York, Chairman of the Democratic Executive State Committee: My Dear Sir:.', I have received your friendly letter. . Malignant representations and falsehood are so frequent in our po litical struggles that I have rarely' under taken to correct or refute them. I make oo profession of a new faith, but only re peat my reitoratad protest ion of an old one when X say that thcrejs.no one who cherishes a greater regard for the Union, who has higher sense of its inestimable benefits, who would more earnestly labor for its restoration by all means, which will eflect that end, lhan myself. The Union is tho guarantee of the pcaco pol icy, the power and the prosperity of this people, and no man would deprocate more heartily or oppose more persistently tho establishment1 of another government over any portion of the territory within its limits. I am in favor of exacting no conditions and insisting upon ' no terms not proscribed in tho Constitution, and I am opposed to any course of policy which will defeat too re-establisbmeol of the government upon its bid foundations, and in its territorial integrity. I am very truly yours, etc.,; : (Signed,) Geo,' H. Pixdleton. ' ii .. - Abolitionists.- Tbe day of vengeance will soon overtake theso degraded disun ionists. They are howling .' traitors, "copperheads," kc' ia "order to clear themselves from the foul imputation which they know tbey honestly merit. Now they wish to make; the people be- novo iuah vuo war suouiu oo conunucu until the last man , is exterminated not themselves. They are very patriotic as ong as they can induco others to rb and they be left to receive the. emoluments of fat offices. They would by all means have democrats go to war in order to re duce their numbers so that they can 'con trol elections, Hut tho day of retribution is about to usher in, for there are yet in telligent men enough who can.' appreciate democratic rule, and under it national prosperity; ' Four; years of tyranny and misrule has not obliterated from their memory the blessings of our once peace able and prosperous country, whoso flag was bailed, and respected by , the whole world. Hillsdale Democrat. Work. Hard work . is . before every true democrat. Let it be done and thor oughly done up by the day of election. On that day spare no horse flesh.' See to it that the name of every .. democrat is registered, and when that is done," that every one is at the polls. While you yield to every man who is legally entitled, tbe right and privilege of voting, and voting as he chooses, demand that right , for yourself, and if force is employed to pre vent your exercise of this, the dearest right of freemen, then like freemen fight for it., Eternal vigilance is tho price of Liberty. In the strong right . arm of an American freeman is its defence. 6 CO 9 78 Democratic Mxetjxgs in Jackson CotrsTT.lt is a significant fact that while the abolition speakers are unable to secure re portable audiences at their meetings through the county. Democrat ic meetings are largely attended. During the -past week, Hon. JC Wood has spoken in four townships in this county, and Hon. F. Livermore in two, and in every instance the bouses were crowded to overflowing with alien tivo and enthusiastic listeners! This fact is encouraging, as it is the harbinger of a democtatic triumph in this county in Iovmbcr. Jackson Eagle. : Ah Admijustratioit Journal Rk TJUKIS TUX SlANORXRS OF Glff. Mc CtxilAN. The Springfield Jlepullican alludes to the reviva., by the administra tioti papers, of stalo slanders regardiog McCIellan s loyalty and gallantry, and says: 44 We do Dot believe the political op:CQnts of tho democratic candidate will make a vote or strengthen the causo in any way, by the circulation of snch slanders. He is not a rebel, either in principle or purpose. Tnxac seems to bo a slight inconsis tency somewhere in the abo.liiion war pro- crramm. Lincoln and btanlon are as surirg the penple that tho confederacy i on it lait rgs wine Grant and bljerman are calling vocif-'roul or reinforcement cf 50').0o0 men. Ilx-re ) soinctLir wrun aomowbere. Democrats, boon btn-l next Tuesday Tux Xevf Arato,' which, after the withdrawal of Fremont, gave in its adhe sion to; Lincoln, still has sufficient inde pendence to protest, jn tho following lan guage, asinst Gov.' Johnson's Tennessee villainy : 44 This election of Gov. John son's, in Tennessee, will -be 'an idle per formance. 'It ejectors are Chosen tbey will not De recognizea oy tne senate. Tbe vote of Tennessoe, if it could, be legally given, will not be needed to re elect Lin coln. If ho lacked - for re-election tho number.of electoral votes to which Ten nessoe would bo entitled, and sought to retain power through such pretended elec tion, it is (pito probable that tho North would fall into war in resistance of such TJsarpatioo.' Drafts, We advise those who sup pose there will bo no more drafts not to bo too Bansruino -delude not vooraelrea. We tell you, re-elect Lincoln and we shall have a call for. three or fire hundred thousand men beforo tho closo of Decem ber. As much has already been intimat ed. Then it will be understood that no fitar for pence will bo thought of on ei-. .i j. rft . mi i incr siue. uen it win do cicar we are to have four years more of war and glory. War takes men; and when the next draft is ordered men trill go. It is doubtful if money euoogh can lo raised on the un mortgaged projerty in the North, to pay bounties such as have been paid. St. Johnt Herald. . . ' A clergyman in Tennessee, on a Sab bath, recently, gave out the first lino of a hymn: . Lord, lot repenting rebel live," ' ' when a shoddy official sprang up, exclaim ing, 44 Not unless he takes an oath to vote for Lincoln. Massachusetts soldiers in tho field will not bo permitted to vote for Presi dent. The amendment to its constitu tion permitting soldiers to vote must be passed upon by the next Legislature and tho people before it is adopted. ...... . i 44 Tna Union is tho ono condilion of pacc, says Gen. McClollan. 44 The abandonment of slavery is tho condition of poAce," says Mr. Lincoln, Which it tho Unionist! r:,.4 n.. !hi!i? imi, :'f.