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Jrind Haven, - - . Milisao.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 1, 1865.
. LATEST 7AT. IIEnTB: ;
Nkw York, Jan. 30.
The eraftf VAsliiogtpn special says
lb mission fit 13 lair,, to Richmond &s
i.' cot asj lis been generally supjwsod, an
' ctim uuisrf, but that it resulted in fully
"disqlosinjj tlrti factjtbat many of tho rcb-
, el cbiofaro ,d6irous of peace, and aro
trilling to submit much rabro' "reasona-
- it.:- r!l: : Lii "L.I..H
ail us'lo pupjjoso, jbut bat all are, so
jealous sad watchful of each other 'that
v qo one dares to make an sdvsnco for fear
' of beiojr'inaJo tho'victini of some clcs
perato faction, Another correspondent
says wo need not be surprised to hear of
.terms for peace in proclarnations of the
governors of Georgia and North Carolina.
' ' Alf J5eace hegotiations with Richmond
re noff thoroughly exploded It is stated
ijt hat if the rebels shohld propose terms of
peace,' Mr: ' Blair" UilT rjolcf himself ,' In
'readiness.' on bonalf of his government, to
It is also slated that the passport or.
der is to be rescinded so far ns applies "to
Canada, but will be contfo'uod as regards
Nova Scotia. ,,h , .; or vA J
.The v. Times Savannah correspondent
of the "10 the says the lost of ShernWi
army leaves Savannah to-morrow.- The
; first and third, divisions of. the twentieth
, corps were- at Ilardeeville, S.' C.,' 'when
last heard from5.1
Large Increase on the Re- assignment
Tho auota.of tho Stato 10,026.
Deduction Already Made for
.. - Credits. ' ,
Tho quota of tho Stato of Michigan
under the present call for troops, as re-as-
signed, is 10,020. This 'is drstributed
among the several Congressional Districts
as follows: ; ? -
ist District,'..:.. .I: .'. ; J.,.i,?2o
2d do ; ,.,1,801
3d ' 'do 1 ...... ..'A... ...,.1,018
4 th do ........ :..:i,263
5tb do ....:i,32o
6th do .........1,089
Tho circular of Provost Marshal Gen
eral Fry, which accompanics.this assign
raent of quotas, says that,. "Tisis;tbo
number required under the call, after tak
ing into account tho credits to which, the
Stata is entitled, by estimating the' nam
ber of years of service furnished by one,
two or thrre year's tnon."k ... ., ,'v ,
The circular furthor says that, " In this
estimate the Provost Marshal General
,. has taken into account all crodits to which
the several Districts aro entitled, ion ac
, count of men raised up to December 31st,
, .1865, including excess undor former calls."
The instructions to the District J?rovost
.Marshals for assigning the quotas to the
, evfral sub-districts are as follows , 1 J
" ioorucr io equaiieefiuis Cfeaivtnui
( tiply the quota of the district by three,
, thus reducing,, it from a three years' lt,a
,, ona year basis. . Tp , tho product ndd
the - excess of ( years service, and , then
distribute . this sum ; to , tho boveraj
ub:distucts in., proportion . to ; thd
numlier enrolled in eaclj. This gives the
number of years of servico required 'from
..each sub district, jneroased by iho excess.
, From this t number ; detluct tho eSrccss
which the sub-district has actually, fur
. nished, nd tho remaiudcri tliOyiictual
. number of years' sorvico required, whicb,
ilivid?d by .lhfoe, gives, the 'actual! nurO'
ber of men requlrol under the call.Vi
, Detroit Free Vress 31.i'ft ,,j .-.l . . - '
, i hk csiabJisnmcni ana maimenonco o
' gool fichools in every community whero
. a healthful, moral influence shall bo exert
ed in connection with an acquisitiori of n
cood, sound education in the'vnnous sci
ences, will do more to diminish crime than
a whole statute book of enactments .for
it3 prevention, baoled by the sevorest
jtenaltioA known to modern legislation, r .
In our State Senate a bill has been in
troduced providing for the election 'of
two Inspectors of Klection, , at annual
township meetings and n tlurd one to lw
taken as an associate who has the hipli
Cfct nurobet of votes after the election of
h tr o shsll have been dclved.
(For Jha GrautJ Haven News: ,,'
Curl of the
t..' : . j
Mr. Editor! This disease must be
regarded as a serious drawback on peach
growing in this section of the country.
It hinders tha-growth.cf -the. tree till.sa
late in tho season that the now, wood docs
not sufficiently ripen to endure the cold of
winter and the sudden' changes, of our
spring weathert rendering the vnripe fruit
buds liable to perish, Whether a remedy
for the cUdccUy can' bo found is a ques
ti6u of mtich interest to the fruitgrowers
o? pur countyj Vn idcsVr'ves more atten
tion than(it has rypt Teceived .from them.
Mr. Parry,! ia his f Fruit Ga,rden,M sayiB,
wThrf 'dse ')i 1 indoe'ed' "bv ' suddin
cnarpbs1 of weAther.w ' If. this is so, tn'en
thero is no way ,of pretnting it;i ,3Ir.
Elliot, in his u Western Fruit Book," says,
M Thisr1 curl of the fear is produced by the
punctures of small plani-louse,' ' A miz
furo of. tobacco water j and . strong soap
suds, Applied with a 'syringe, as soon 'is
tho' loaves afe' one-third grown,' will be
founii a goodremed,,' ' If ,lfio curl of tLe
leaf is tho,work of an,insoct, the' wash
proposed by Mr. Elliott will bo of ser
vice. Its' trial m!ay safely bo 'recommend
ed, as it wifl noi'.injuro the tree. ( ,My 9(
joct, in this communication, is, in this im
perfect ffay,tto call 'attention to the sub
ject.' 'If it answers this end I shall bo
satisfied. ' tj ( Yours truly, . , . j
,.f !( - i. ! ' ..j ? J. W. Cook.
Grand Haven January 30,-1865. , '
. Our neighbor of the Union feels 'a lit-
tlo nettled at the late action of the Board
of 'Supervisors, fixing the rates of county
printing at twenty-five cents per folio, to
be published in the Hollander, Qrondioet,
Union and News, It should bo rem'om-f
bered that tho proceedings of. tho Board
fi', ;;. a . . ' u. . . ,-. . ;
aro to be published in four papers, instead
of onet as only required, by law, making
an expenso to the county in tho aggregato
of one dollar pcr'folio . Would grcafor
liberality bo. sanctioned by the people!
It is well known that Mr. Smith crowded
himself into Ihd printing busincsV in this
village" when thoro werovmore prosscs al
ready established in the county than coul4
bo comfortably sustained. 'He had a right
to do so;' but ho' should manfully bear
proportionally, at least, tho ' effects of his
own folly without a word of complaint.
Do not wry. facos and: unjust insinuations,
io view of this fact, ilty becomo you,' Mr.
Uniont ' ' V ' ": 1 " ! : 1 ' ' .
p Hon. George Lutuer, Representative
of the Second District of Ottawa Counj
ty, has introduced a bill in .thp Legisla
turo, for the construction of a Stato Road
from Lamont to Zocland, and appropriat
irg 8,000 acres of Swamp Land, for that
purpose. ; Such a road is much nooded,
inasmuch as there is" at prcsont no public
highway for tho accommodatfon' of the
traveling public botweoajthe more nortl
envanti southern portion of our county,
save by way of Grand listed, a distance
of somo thirty to fifty miles, whereas, by
tho construction of a road on the propos
ed route, at least, one-half that distance
would bo kaved, and an intercourse to the
advantage of both sections of the county
at once ; established. , Also , a. bill fpr
a State road from Nunica to Muskegon,
with' a 'similar appropriation 'of Swamp
$ A mektiko of the Exccutiro Commit
tee of iho Ottawa County Bible Society
will bo held at II. Griffin fe Co's Drug
.Store, this (Wednesday) evening, At seven
1 a l,.-f ... ' i :'.
quested. , , ,
The' annual meeting for the election
of officers and for the transaction of other
legitimate business will be' held at .the
basomont. room rof the . Presbyterian
Church, bn the ; evening of tho second
Tuesday of the present month, at . seven
o'clock, P. M. t ' Citizens of a I religious
denominations are cordially invited to at
tend. I :i ; ': V.
' A Goverkment stamp on every cigar
ia the IsiObt internal revenue idea.
'J x sold! rV t ting law has t :n d
ci-1 CtncorJ ititi ti by the tprei:.
Court ot tho Stated This, we are happy
to say, gitos Mr. Benj. Lillie, an upright
and firtn, dempcraf, a j 6?sX in ihj jStq j
on legislative distrjeor ourAcot:nty, Jn
placp ,cl ,JLlonf,!tUeO jLuther- elected by
the tcldicrs'i voU. ) Senators and Repre
sentatives front other districts in the slate
wiiT'lini!'. ih'eir 'nTaces filled' bvthbse'of
A . jiff, !!.. "I ' " '
deydedlydifljprpnt , political, sentiments.'
Another important effect of this decision
telo elect Hon'.' A: C. "Baldwin mem
ber of ongfess, jn ' jplace "of . Mr Trow-
v f . r f -1 ,4R 9ec,9P compieieiy t vindi
cates the wisdom and conscicntious decla-
rations of the democracy of the Stat up
on the constitutionality of the law in
queson. ..tff.,Wti i, ;;. ,c -: . v, !:
'" Wb dfesiroto cart the alien tion offarm
crs and others, in qur -county, wanting
fruit trees, for spnog'plAnting, to tho ex
cellent- assortment for sale by' Mr. J. W.
Cookof our village. ' Mr'C.' has 'some
i. . l i; i ', 7 t x '
very,choice .varieties from eastern, nurse-
ries, Messrs. r rost oc uo., near itocnester,
N. brought forward last1 fall, in order
that ho might be in readiness lo'fill orders
on tjiip ;early opening of spring., 7Wehcs-
jtatp,pt to affirm that 4s good trees, of
every variety of luit, can be' obtained
from lu Coot as can be found in, eastern
nursories, nncj on as( liberal terms to pur
chasers.) Give his nursery and trees an
The subject of a restoration (of the
oeain penany, as a punisumeni torr mur
der ) ipf first degree, Is being discussed
with earnestness. at Lansing. It is about
twentjrrears since the death penalty, was
abolished in'pur State,' and imprisonment
for life substituted, ,; A careful investiga
tion exhibits Hhe' following feature, that
the crime of murder '.is of esi frequent
occurrcnco.in Michigan, according to the
population,' than in .nwst f .the .States
whero the 'death penalty w in Vogue.-
hut men restore jh f.
A fci LL i"4 now ' pe nd i n, mi 'the tjegisla
ture, to increase the pay of township of
ficers, froni $1 to $1 SO per day and su
pcrviiors $2 a'day wliild taking the 'ns
sessment of property'; A movb t in the
rig l direction.; Township officers enn no
more eAsily work for. a dollar a oay than
a common' laborer to hom ho is obliged
p ' ;. ! . i, i' ' t :
to pay $2 dollars a day for his services.
Tho honor, jalonoi pf: to wnship,ft office'
scarcely pays tho occupant foH A faithful
discharge of duty., 1 - - ' ";
1 Glorious InvektionC Mo more sow-
ing pn buttons, . no rooro scoldirig hus
bands 1 Eureka t, We were shown,
yesterday, a newly patented button, and
mode o applying it tcljiecloth;' which
is to' supercede ev4rvlhlng, extant." Bv
it one person can attach more buttons .to
a garment than r ten can by a noodle in
the space of tune, and when on a button
cannot be pulled off in ordinary wear.
They are making in Westport, Fairfield
i nr it r. , ; l
counvy. ieur xiaven jieyisicr$ ,
Out or tuk Draft. -Thfof neighboring
town of Dorr, in Allegan county, is par
ticularly out of the draft thero' being
noi a single person iiaoie io military auty
in tho town who has not boen drafted un
dor previous calls, and either paid 300
or, furnished 'substitutes... And yet the
town is two behind, under tho call for.fiye
hundred thousand Iftstc'ar. ' Vha is yi
be done f Grand Jiaplds JZnqmrern
An immonso 1 mine of. emery iia's Inoen
discovered in Cheshire Mass.,' of quality
uusurpassed by any iri the world: Till
now, all the emery used has bqon subject
to a monopolr of two or three Kuropean
mordantilo houses, "but this !ono mine
will supply all tho 'wants of tnaou-
i -WiiiT Butler is Doing. The Wash
ingtou correspondent' of the Boston Jour
nal says that u Gen Butler has leon en
deavoring, sindo his arrival here, tosecuro
the appointment of an' intelligent. negro
boy as cadet at West 1'oint. . r ,
' Very favorable indications of oil have
recently been diecoverod on Black River
Ohio, and a large number of farms have
been leased to parlies in Cleveland for
the purpose or sinking on wen.v A
r i y 1 ri -
illCvNty Ju: ers.--:Jv ; ordor of tl i
Scrstar of r whe- -a cnlisrj maj
ardves sX a Cszfl reudciVoua. anv raone?
he may have with him exceedicr? twenty
dollars, will be taken and pUcsd in the
handpf the Paymaster at the rendez
vous, woa suxii eoicr iue Amount on a
checiT6o"Teveh lo the soldier l.
.m. L ....!...i'.i..j.. . rri .
monies thus taken tre to be deposited in
a public depositary of the United 8tates,
or -National Bauk.'; ' Aftc' arriving at
bia regimflnt, th BoldiVto'flT 'claioi 'pay:
ment of the amount of his deposit, "from
vne raymasicrwno pays Dis regimeni, on
the first regula) payment'being made to
him. ' Tho object of thisf'tirdcr is to n-
i'Thb KewburyporU Mass.. Herald is
responsible for 'the1 statement that two
cases of 'spontaneous ' cotnbuitiori, have
occurred In the same town in that vicini
ty .withio thirty years, both of them wo
men given to constant indulgence lo liq
uon i One of them was found stiU'alive,
envelctoed in flames which proceeded
from ber moutn and nostrils ; and tho oth
er was burned to a mass of' greasy ashes.
wbileHie walls of toe r6or and the fur
niture were covered with '4 thick coat of
lampblack, the- whole house1 being'er
vadea who a stench that was intolerable,
: , Fatal Accidekt.- A' little bojr' al
most eight years of age'nained Pollock,
was instantly killed at Ilaire's saw-mill,
in Georgetown, on Friday last. J llVUvas
in the act of stehping ! over' a bolt'fcon
nccting some of the machinery, which;
caught' him Ana hurled hunt; with crreAt
force aginst the ceiling or gearing above
mangliug bira iu a dreadful manner.' The
child and his mother. were : visit iiig so'nle
acquaintances in tho neighborhood and
came from Allegan county. i His' father
is in tho Army. Grand JCapidt Enquxr
ert 25th inst. t- --: t "I u ' . a
: More Cills. The Governors do not
hesitate to intimate that more calls will
be made for more men! to end the rebell
ion. This talk is very 'different' from
whati was told on ihe" stump previous- to
the election.:. Then our armies wero full;
then thero were to. bo no more calls; then
tho traitors would give up if Lincoln was
re-elected. , Tho honest masses of tho
people now see how iihamclessly they
have been deceived. ' '.' :
Thb.Strekt Railway. Our Street
Jfnilwny is progressing ns rapidly nsi the
weather will ernul the wOrk' lo.be pros
ecu tod. ,j lhe iron ., has i bceii1 I id from
Vparl street, .tOilho .Taylor, House, within
n short distance tf the depot; aud sand
and gravel are being hauled in find thn
track, for horses, h nished and leveled. iff-.
The track looks, to us, as though it i was
completed and ready for use as far .up as
tho dam. Grand Mapids. .Eagle; 20A.
It is claimed that our telescopes aro nbw
perfect enough to discover' any dwelling
ovcf.foTjyi feet high on the moon pw
1 MASONIC NOTIC1J.-A Bcgu-
WJ-j.laj Conimubication pf (Irand Ilavvn
- Lodge, No. 1S9, of Free and Accepted
.Masons .will be held at Masonic Hal), on Wed
riesday evening, FeU'y .8,, 1865, at 71 o'clock.
Ily. order of IhoW.M. a; .! .:i ;
11. u. Ahiii.p, tec y;,, i
" 'ri JlDVfilrfSBMEtfTS.1 ' "
Garden Seeds! ' Flolver Seeds!
THKifrestext care istaktd'by me tbdf all
Seeds sold by me shall be pure, choice and
reliable (SontJ forj eed List.) (
FARM ANb GAltDEN IMPLEMENTS' OF
.Y-'..t " EVEltY VAItlETWii - J. !
Bone-Dust, Guano. PouctretieiJ Brticnsj
" Concentrated and other ll&nures' i
Plan Is, Trco, &c, For Salb
at wholpI ud retail at low prices. , .. '
....: , , .. JOHN VANHEIUJILT
300w.l . 1 , ; 23 Fulton St., N. V.
Blustratcd Aiinliai) Catajoiio
Flower and Vegetable Seeds,
GUIDE TO THE FlbWER GAUDEk '
:.!;,. h, .r I or 1805 ,,Kt ,,, j lrJ j
his X o ty'-p. 'Ufiivs-iriiM ;
It contains ACURAXE DESCItlPTION? of
the lendinsf Floral trenmi-c of the world, with
full directions for: ROWING SEED, 'TltANS
PLANTINQ aid .CULTURE; wakin j h rark
.f oTcr.SlX.TY TAG ES, beautifully JlluytraK-d,
with about " , ' ' j ' .'.'
Thirty Fine Wood Engravings.'"
, ., " and ." . :': ;j .j',;. '
. , T w o Colo red V la I rs. i . ,
This annual U puLUhorl for the instrui'tion
of my customer, nnd to such it I scut free ns
tioon as U in published. To all ethers,' pth e 10
rtnU, including postage, nludi is much cm
than the Actual coxt, i ! , '
Atdrc . JAMi:s MV.Kf
Kochcftrr Si Y.
go: ,r ipi ixsri: ; ;
J'tMi to Suit ( Hand, and Frtctt to 9ki
tu I'vcitt. - :
On receipt of tb followioir sums, 'wo' will
en J, ly mall, ors . direotcJ, i Gold l'ou-fcr
Pods, oecthi thipi according (to the de
criptlon,iauiIy:.T . rn
Gold Pens, in Silver Plated" Extension
For tlU. rn; ftr. 1 55 Xc S. ps Ut
91 oujno. 4 pbf for f 2 No. & pen;
r, . . ... . for 2 25.JJo.6 pea; t;Z:0
Thege Pens are stamped The IMPERIAL TEN,
and re.wt jlflriUhed, andt!re writinaold,
PKNS with WarMim oih, tlthousH they
are unwarranted, and cannot be exchanged.
, Our nam (Amkrioam Oolb'Pss Cor, NY.7)
is stamped on all our 1st quality pens, andb
points are warranted for six months, except
against-accident.- Ottf secoUD1 QUAtiTT Ptcrs
are stamped THE NATIONAL PEN, with'tlro
Initials of our firm (A. 0- JB, $pH and are eare,
fully made, having the same points as our first
quality Pens, the only great difTercnco beinglu ,
the quality of the Goldd!0"ci it .u tu'J
Gold Pens, 1st and -2d Q'ttccKtyia'solid
Silver' Extension Cases.; with Peri'
...) j v. ti " fi ?..'') rt'-ano'J
For $2 a No. 1 pen 1st quality, or a ff S-ppa
2d qnality. For $3 2 a Nov' f 'pen-ist'quaUty,
or a No. 3 pen 2d quality; Fr $2 25 a No. 3
pen 1st quality, or &'No.4 Pen 2d quality; IFor
$3 60 a No. 4 pen 1st quality, or a Nd. 5 pea 2d
qualit. For $4 60 a No. 5 pen 1st! quality! or
a No. 6 pen 2d qaalftyj ) Vvtpi 50 a No. p pea
1st quality. .. . ) . t 'r v.": iVi( J loJw
The same Gold Perii,'(n solid Silifif dr
Gold- Plated Elbny Desk Holder sand
Morocco . Cases.
For $2 25 a No. 3 pea 'WquVUtyor Notion
2d qunlity. ' For $260 a No. 4 pen lFt juafity,
7 pen. For $6 75 ft No 8 pen."" For $'12 00 a
No 12 pen. All flrqt quality.
Our pens tank tfcfWUdul tlie country if eqyiiX
if not tuierior td any gold Jicnsmsoufactured.
Not only for their writui j oualities but durabil
ity lind" tlenjit jinish', TbeVxwBtenrts.nid
in their. manufacture! and nonasre. fold'wLtittba
slightest imperfection which skill coa deteet
,, Parties in ordorinje. must specify the, name,
number and quality in all Instances and ivLctft
er stiff or limber; coarse or fine! J 1 ' ' I '. '
.. A discount of 12 per cent, will bo allowed on
sums of $15, if sent to one address, atoiroUhie ;
15 per cent, on $25 ; 20 per coat on $40
, ,, A remittances ,by naHRErrrjTitnrf! r'"l)t
our risk. To nil who eiicjpse itccnts extrajfor
rogistvring, we guarantee jtlifll safe delivery of
the goods. iit ,,ift it
' Circulars o'f'nlf our'ilew Mylcis Vfth! Engrnr
ings of exact Vir.c, rtftd prices, Fnl fcpon rocipt
of iftamp, if desired. Pens repointed for 50 cents,
' jj" TS (h t idii 6f s nli d Jj werirc rcfiuestri'f rtj
cornwovid with tis' As wd can tffv them great
Inaar-erftefifB. 'Al."rel. '
American iold Pert'oirtpiiiiy; '
300 m3 . No. TOO Uroadway, N. Y.
'I 4 , '.
The" great Itcli aid Huicy .Kii&r
of the 19th Century .
) ,sTbIa turn frqalatiotif possesses Aottcond4rfu(
prppertles, ana if , ,. , !fH ."i .wm
For( verff , ipecles t of the ITCnt PTUI?
. RIQTcil, , BARBELS ITCH, ytit
KCRATCLTV ILLIX0IS XIAKGS CCTlIJ.
Eors E3rpnoxs, rirrLa en rz3
,. mxccns,, Ac, tr i f v -' i a
Th TRtTRIOO LOTIO Is new and mtatn brs
for all klhds of Itch, and belnf a fluid prepartoot H
Is free from all the (rummy, dlaagreeaUeiquallU.Qf
the ointments in general use.
ThePRIJRIOO LOTIO Is safetonse under ALL
CIRCUMSTANCES; will not lirlUt the most teadei
klnrand CONTAINS NO, MERCURY., I)on;tU
to try it, ,,, Manufactured by - ., ,.'
i . ) ji ; f? . 8oi proprietors, Lafayetts, Ihd.
PRIM 60 CINTS. -A .i
LCD CTHI, CtlOO, Wholesa!lienU.
ioi at Wholesale In ChlcafobyrULLKftriNCII
,rOLLIR: CHARLES Q. SMITH: BUKNHA.M1
'A TAN 8CTTAACK; W. D. HAftRl A CO. I
SMITH PWYE3 j J. H. QQ.t Ui IL,
S0OVI1. , ' ,.- m
l . t ; . , . , u ,i . pa , - ' i ' i.
t 7:rA .v .Km tray.
CAME into my Inclosure oa.ot obot.th
I 12t4fifpptenb;rtltft firoiwa golored
Indian Pony. Tho owacr is reqosted to prove
proportyjpw'-v harpos Ami Ifliv possession. f
thhriifoftl. tCM AEI McCUE.1
Crockery, 1 rj,uiry p;. tCy;! (1 97 w .1
' LATEST DlfebdVEtlV J
or a jo. 6, pen 24 qyalityy For ?J 20 a
pen 1st quality or a No. 6 pcirifd nnlityt T&r
$1 00 n No. fl r.enlt nua!itf.' For $5 50 aNo.
: i , v
JIUKER'S Pirk Headache Panacea will
cure sick bt nervous hondiohc '''JTyin
20 to .10 Innllct., Any"iKr-on pnrchaifna-lnt-tie
Cjin return it 'find rveciro' baekithtfcr mtricy
if it fails to cure, on proper application, 4
For Sale by If. Griffin t Co., Grantf IIarenf
:. ; ' v.. H.Fqiiicrs,' ' i
: ' 4 J. Ryan, Cfoto'n," " 'r i T?t
'. 1 : T.cv Ph kfTtn. MiukrTf,'
nTOr. tf 1 ' Thomis "tVhw1opr '"' i
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