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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 22 December 1858

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Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 22 December 1858

A f 1 V " From the nrald Enquirer. j GRAND i HA YEN CORRESPONDENCE. b GiAnll7vi,.Dec.l3, 18.'.?. Ia the absence of other attr worthy of par ticular notice, ia our midst, I proposo dot e, few moments to a. hasty sketch of the present condition ft the Mr si of old Ottawa. And thii sulct teero'lrP0',l present . time, from the fact th on' citiicni arc about to ht favored with Vie perueal of a new paper to - la' issued diwiX a coining week, by our much ' eeteemed friend and fellow citisen, Jobs W. BRXf Esq., associated with Mr. Fosni, of ' which I (hall make more particular mention in it appropriate place, ; At present, four xeetllie are published with la the limite of our county, to wit : The Ottawa Rgitr, Hollander, Grand River Time and Ot tawa Clarion.' - - The RegUter is issued from the press of Messrs Doisicaa k Sost, at Holland, and is edited by llcKitr D. Post, Esq., one of the readici-t, most graceful and effective writers of Western Mich igan. Tbeorie of the Jttguttr. consists i...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 22 December 1858

J EPAR THE XT. T,jCaE PATRONS, GREETING: y gain, after a respite of nearly twenty ,nivutbg, vr find ourselves fronting the " r aso" with tha well polished " stick" in -..ad, and ns each type lakes its placo , besida ils h-llow, in the embodiment of somo pleasing truth, useful idea, interest ing reminiscence, or a brief sketch of the passing events of the day, its familiar click, click, falls like sweet music on the car. - i. T Now, render," we wish to make you a friendly call in imagination, at least shake you once more familiarly by the hand, and tell you briefly what we pro- poso to do. We hall, Providence favoring, print and publish, at Grand Haven the me tropolis of old Ottawa, tho commercial couter of its trade, tho western terminus of the Detroit and Milwaukee Railway, a new paper, entitled tho Grand Haven News, and tho fallowing will constitute its prominent features, to wit : ) 1st. Independence. " Turn your eye for a moment to the motto we have placed at our mast-head " Ind...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 22 December 1858

J ' k h s A" . I 'J i i..-. I l... I. ! I. . V Milcratus. None tan make a shortened good as coulJ my rnolli Alld I tLink I know nh- As will as any other v Because, since then, s !iy'4 men,' With a kind of Hf'y . ' . Have made jJJV2'thr,li to. rmS", AiM lie?"'- - t,skus'wiy''. . . . k .- TUt ome tYj so TKliny die . I jHc9 now o' loull lire' euprising An J s-food is made, of wood," V" . u used for rUing, 10 s tho cooks (with their good look.; . . ill not exterminate us ( " 'yfifu cake and plcjmixo'l up with ly, r Reduced to Jaleratns. . I '.-.' May every pot la v. hich thove got The stuff, Le burst tjatonm ; , Way every thin;; iu ywliich it'a beon , ' Re minus top and bottom. ' May every storo tin sea and there, '. (What else eeuld wore clatu us?) fcy fire or flood, or In the mud, V Lssc nil trc salcratus. " y . , ". 'Mud now. ye fair, t litilo caro - . rfi'uit el: e may bo the- diet, , .Though made of ryo, anl hard and dry, The biff brown loaf, I'll try it. With " bilcd" and cabbage ...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 5 January 1859

Pl'BLISHED BT BARNS & FOSIIA. . ' fc WASUINCTOX BT ' INDEPENDENT ' TERMS ', $1.00 PER ANNUM IX ADVANCE. . V JS PUBLISHED KVk Vr.PNEBDAT AT Grand Haven, Ott.ra Co., Michigan Office, on Warfrgton Street, rla lotctr ttory, pit the Pot-Ojpce.'tt.' Rates of Atrertising. " w 1 4 w 3m tirn tin 1 2in 1 square iTTRl" 2 $ : $ 4 $J jToTumn 2 :f 5 7 9 j IQ j column LJLL 1 U L I 15 I j column 1 7 It 15 20 25 30 Twelve lines or less (nion) ninke 1 square. Business Curds, not cxef ing six linen, $3,00 Advertisements una panicd with written fir verbal directions, wile nullified until or dered out, nn J charged. When a postpone, mentis added to nn B'trtiscment, the whole will be charged, the sam for the first insertion, Letters relating to biess, to reoeive atten tion, inust bo addressed tho Publishers. BTJSINES3 ITIECTOKY. Curtis W. Gra.1 Sheriff of Ottawa County, (irnntl Hitv; lich. James P. Scothrk and Register . of Ottuwa Comity, a8s'otary 1'ublio. Office " nt tho Court Housn. Timothy Fletjo...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 5 January 1859

For tho Grand Haven Nows. 0 Bro. Barns: I ntn riglit glad to wel come a paper, once inoro, published un der your supervision, at Grand Haven, the birth place of tho Grand Haven Times (not Eastraanvillc.) I am a friend of "News" papers, of almost every kind, seldom seeing ono that docs not pay a perusal, although perhaps careless and in attentive Do not infer from this that I respect all in tho samo degrco. No; like most people, I havo my " likes and (lis Jikcs," comparatively speaking, even in newspapers. Among tho many good things, adver tisemcnts, correspondence, editorial, etc., in your first number, I was much pleased reading tho communication from a " Look- cr-on in Denmark." It is said "all peo ple do not think alike," which is true. If that were so, every reader of that col umn and a half would say tho " Looker- on had made a hit. Perhaps they all say no; I thought it was a hit "'twas capi tal." I was triad to hud ono, at least, that had perused our county papers. Tho raro in...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 5 January 1859

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Q Grand Haven Socially and Moral LT Considered. There is, perhaps, no community existing in Ottawa county bo highly favored with the means of social and moral improvement as tho citizens of our villago. The Binging class meets, un der tho instruction of Prof. Van Norman, on Wednesday and Saturday evenings a goodly number always in attendance, and tho exercises highly interesting and profitablo. Tho meetings of tho Good Templars tako placo each Monday eve ning. This association is accomplishing much good in its own peculiar sphere. Ottawa Lodgo, No. 46, I. 0. of 0. F., holds its sessions on Wednesday evenings and are seasons of much profit and pleas ure to its members. On the Sabbath, thotwo religious societies tho Presbylo rian and Congregationalist meet stated ly, at their respective places of worship, whero religious exercises are conducted' ably and in a most interesting manner to their hearers on tho part of tho one society, by Dr. Eddt, in behalf of tho other,...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 5 January 1859

31 y Name. - BY FLORENCE IKIICT. "After yon hate taken your new name umung the Angel;" la the land where I am going When my enrtbly life is o'er, When the tired bauds ccaso striving And (lie tried hoarU aches no more In that land of li'ht and beauty Where no shadow ever came To o'ereloud the perfect glory, What shall ho my angel name? When tho spirits who await mo, Meet mo at my cnt'ring in, With what name of lovo and music Will their welcoming begin t Not tho ono so dimmed with earth-stains, Linked with thought of grief and bhimo; ICo, the nitmo which mortals givo mo Will not bo my angel nnrue ! I have heard it all too often Uttered by unloving lips j Earthly cares and sins and sorrows Dim it with their dark eclipse. I shall change it like a garment When I leavo thin mortal frame, And at Life's immortal baptism, I fliull have another namo ! For tho angeh will not cull mo By the name I boro on earth ; They will speak a holier language Where I have my holier birth, Syllabled in heave...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 12 January 1859

iill. PUBLISHED BT ) . 7 TERMS BARNS & POSIIA. " independent ) $1 00 PER ANNUM WASHINOTOX BTREKT. j IN ADVANCE. VOLUME X. CRJTJ IHyVEUNT, MICH., -WEIDlSrESID-Y, J-J.JsTTJJTl-r 12, 1859. 1TUMBEB G- 7 r l - I860. lOBO. is prBLisnen evert Wednesday at Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michignn Office, on Washington Street, Jsf! luictr ory, ojpoite the lvt-Office. Rates of Advertising. lw 4w 3in 6m Vm 12m 1 square $iSl$2$3$4$ 6 column I 2 3 6 7 V 10 jt column , 4 0 T2 15 20 1 column-' 7 I 10 15 20 25 30 Twelve lines or less (Minion) make 1 square. jjumdms l ards, not exceeding fix lines, $3,00 Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will be published until or dcred out, and charged for. When a postpone inent ii added to an advertisement, the whole will be oharged, the name as for the first insertion. Letters relating to business, to ro.ooive atten tlon, must be addressed to the Publishers. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Curtis W. Gray, Sheriff of Ottawa County, Urand Jlavcn, Mic...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 12 January 1859

LEGISLATIVE. Lansing, Jan. 5, 1859. In Senate. Mr. Pennoyer gavo no tice that at some future day ho would ask leave to introduce n bill to attach certain contiguous territory now out of the limits of any county, to the county of Oceana. January 0. Mr. Pennfiver nfTiTOil llm fiillnwinrr! Resolved, That the Socretary of the Senate be lustructau to order 500 conies tf the daily journal of the Senate for the use of its members. Adopted. The President announced the following STANDING COMMITTEES. Supplies and Expenditures Perry, lost, Dickinson. Claims Hayden, Brown, Hoyt. Finance Jones, Trowbridge, Pennoyer, Judiciary Conger, Davis, Birney. Militia Gorham, Porter, Dudgeon. Internal Improvements Williams, Ty ler, Muzzey. Road3 and Bridgos Wtk.h, Mills, l'ennoyer. Public Instruction Birney, Canfield, Terry. State Prison Tower, Porter, Crouse. Asylum for Insane (Jorham, Conger, Meacbarn. Asylum for Deaf, Dumb and Blind Hoyt, Backus, Uorhani. House of Correction Yost, Williams, Trowbridge. I...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 12 January 1859

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. To the Public! W or prepared to do all kind of Job Printing at thli office, with dispatch and in u food style as can he done in Western Michigan. All kinds of legal Clanks, printed on short notice and In superior etylo; also, any quantity of Township Tax Itecepts printed and for sale at 'the Xcwi offioe. Give us a call. S3T Much original nnd seloctod mat ter is crowded out of this issue of our paper. fST We learn from the Grand Iiapida Daily Eagle, of recent date, that Ex (Jov. Bingham was elected U. S. Senator. JtST Hoo. S. A. Douglas, of 111. was, on the 5th inst., re-electod U. S. Senator. J3T The gallant propeler Michigan "arrived at this port on the 10th inst, with a full cargo. She left for Milwaukee yesterday with fair wind and weather. Success to her brave Captain and crew. fcST Governor Binoiun's Message will be found on the first page of this issue of the News. It is a rcmarkablo instrument. Remarkable because "KANSAS" is not an ingredient of it. Are we t...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 12 January 1859

ba unequal rind oppressive, and tboy do clined to accept the grant upon that con dition. In tbo owe of the lands granted to aid in tbo copstruction of tbo Detroit and Milwaukeo railroad, and tbe Port Huron and Milwaukee railroad, tbe Board of Control were callod upon to act, and ir.ado such disposition of tbo lauds as in thoir judgment would 6ecure their com pletion. Before any action was bad in relation to tbe grant to tbe Detroit "and Milwaukee railraad, the directors of that company passed a rcsolution.which I have filed with tbe Secretary of State, giving their consent to the alternation of their charter, and tbo imposition of a tax of three-fourths of ouo per cent, on 1110 en tire cost of their road, in lieu of all other roads benefitted by land grants wore placed upon a similar footing. I sub mit to you the propriety of pacing sucb a law. Tbe St. Mary's Ship canal has now been iu successful operation for four sea sons, and no serisus accident has befallen it. Our anticipations...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 19 January 1859

lllll PUBLISHED BY ) " TERMS T DARNS & FOSHA. "independent" J $1.00 PER ANNUM' WASHINGTON STREET. ) " . ' ' ' ' I IN ADVANCE. "vonL.xjnvrE i. GiRisriD K-vEisr, mich., -WEiD3srEsiz-A.r, j-jisrcrj-r id, issq. number 4. i 1 ..... , , 1 , - 1. mmmm lose. t is published ivrnr itdxesday at Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. Office, on Washington Street, S9In lower itnry, oppn!te tht Pont-Ojfcct.-& Hates of Advertising. ieso. I lw 1 4w 3m I Pin 9m 12m 1 square $ i $1 $ 2 $ 8 14 $ & j column 2 j 3 6 7 U j 10 j column " 4 6 9 12 b 20 1 column 7 10 16 20 25 30 Twelve lino or loss (Minion) mnko 1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding nix lines, $3,00 Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will !o published until or derod out, and charged far. When a postpone ment is added to an advertisement, tho whole will bo charged, the snmo as Tor tho first insertion, Letter relating to business, to receive atten tion, must be addressed to tho Publishers. BUSINESS DIREC...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 19 January 1859

flovthcra Sentiment and the African Slave Trade. The recent audacious violations of the Federal laws against tbo African slave trade, and the movements of a few south ern extremists in favor of the repeal of thoso laws, have had the fleet to awaken southern conservative sentiment on the tthole question, which, looking to the too southern press n3 the exjonent of it, must bo nearly the unanimous sentiment of the entire South. The southern press, with scarcely half a dozeu exceptions, has reprobated with great earnestness tho scheme for reox?iiirig the African slave trade, and condemned in fitting torim the lalo illicit importations of African savages. In this connection, a fact is stated ly the Bavanah (Gn.) Republican of which we were not aware. It is that tho constitu tion of Georgia forbids the African slave trade. The temper of the Savanah print, in mentioning that fact, is in keeping with tho Idrairable tone of tho southern press generally : Det. Free Press. 4 Bui the argument o...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 19 January 1859

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. :- g3T Hon. Henry Penjjoyir will plcnse accept our thnuks for legislative papers. S3T Tho uobla craft, Propeller Michi igan, Capt: Ilorinss, arrived here j ester Jay morning, freighted as usual. - pHOPELlEn Michioa. This staunch Pronel lor commanded by Capt. Hopkins and assisted by Capt. Mets, of this village, on Monday morning hut, porformed one of the greatest feats of the aaon. Thoy cut through ico Eve Inches thick, with their axes und landed at tbo Detroit A Mil waukee Railway dock. After this act was per formed thore went up three hearty clioera from the by-sundors ou both sides of the River. Ottawa Clarion. Tho " Clarion" h surely misinformed with regard to the individual " Caft. Metz, assisting" our brave Commander through the difficulties above mentioned. No snch person gave any help, in tho least, nor were his services required. Captain Hopkins knows to well tho ca pabilities of tho craft ha sails, to give even a second thought to tho littlo ice ho has yet...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 19 January 1859

We found her sitting in ber orderly ar ranged little parlor, her person as neat as everything around her, and her three chil- dren as sweet and pure as May blossoms. Two were playing on the floor, and the babe slept in the cradlo, which was drawn so close to the mother that she could touch the rocker, if needed, with her foot. ' She was sewing on n shirt for her husband. Four ladies made up the committee a formidable number. Mr. Newton was away, attending the funeral of a poor la borer's child so the coast was clear, and the culprit in our power. t . f With an easy grace the minister s wife received us and after we were seated she stepped to the door and spoke to her cirl, who was in the kitchen. A smart, tTdy lookinrr domestic came forward, and Mrs. Newton snid to her with a kindness of manner that I could not help noticing: Take Aggy and George into the gar den, Jane, and keep them till I call you." " Yes ma'am." The girl spoke cheer fully. The two children sprung up instantly fro...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 26 January 1859

II Jt'BLISHED UV BARNS & FOSHA. WASHINGTON STREET. 1 TERMS t $1.00 PER ANNUM ( IX ADVANCE. 1 INDEPENDENT O-nlSriD . MICH., -WEIDSTESID "T,, JA.OSrTT.A.IEV'Sr 26, 1859. 11111 18SO. " , 1850. IS I'CBMSn ED FVCHY WED.VRSDAY AT Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. Office, on Washington Street, &In luicer ttory, ojipo$its the W-OZice." T Bates of Advertising. I iw 4w 3m tia j Uni 12m 1 square $ j Si $ a 1 j 3 ) 4 ) $ 5 I column 2 3 5 7 U 10 $ column 4 j 0 tt 12 j 16 j 20 I column 7 10 15 20 25 30 Twelve lines or less (Minion) make 1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding six linen, $3,(10 Advertisements unaceompnnied with written or verbal directions, will bo published until or dered out, nnd charged for. When a postpone mentis ndded to an advertisement, tho whole will be charged, tho same us for the first iuscrtiou, Letters relating to business, to receive atten tion, must be addressed to the Publishers. BUSINESS DinECTORY. S. H. Sanford, Sheriff of Ottawa Co., Muskegon, Mich. Jame...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 26 January 1859

J Uneasy Tatriots. Ottawa County is particularly unfortu nate in ouo respect. Quito a largo uum bcr of her citizens seem to desiro to es cape from her jurisdiction, and not content to go alono, they wish to take their town ships with them. The inevitable County Scat question has again been discussed by the Board of Supervisors, at at an ex pense to the County of thirty dollars p day, which our worthy Supervisors have probably tried to save again by jewing some poor constable's bill against the County a few shillings. The scene of actiou is now transferred to Lansing. Uneasy Ottawas are besieg ing and beseeching the legislature to dis member the poor old County. First, White Lake bogs to bo restored to Oceana County whero sho formerly belonged. To this wo have no objection, as she docs not properly belong with us, and this torritory was attached to Ottawa as a Muskegon drive, to preparo tho way for tho next move, which is, to organize tho county of Muskegon. We under stand that Muske...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 26 January 1859

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. $3T Wo are iudebted to Capt. T. W. White for lato Detroit daily papers. S3T Tho Propeller Michigan, Quocn of tho Lftkoj left, this port with fair weath er, for Milwaukee, on Monday last . Z3T We are under rcno wed obligations to Hons. II. Pennoyer, . of tho Senate, and Jas. D Alton, of the House, for lato Legislative intelligence which is printed in another column. jC3T Wm. H. IIcbbard, Esq., of tho firm of Blake & IIciibabd, well known forwarding merchants, has prepared and presented us for publication a reliable state ment of tho exports and imports of the port of Grand Haven, for 1858. Wo re gret that we aro necessarily obliged to de fer its publication to our next issue. It is the case, however, with some other ar ticles intended for this number of tho pa tcr. The Passenger Depot of the D. & M. It. It., opposite our village, is rap idly approaching completion. It is a magnificent building, aud tho view of it prosontod to the pedestrian, as he ap proache...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 26 January 1859

V A BEAUTIFUL PARAPHRASE. Onr Heavenly Father, hear our prayer; Tby name be hallowed every whero; Tby Kingdom come j Tliy pcrnsctwill In earth as heaven, let all fulfill J Give this day's bread that ire may live; Forgive our ulna as we forgivo j Help ui temptation to withstand; From evil shield ns by thy bund J , ; , Now and forever unto Tlico, The kiugdom, power, glory be. Amen. Not Professional. A lawyer of Lo well hnvincf founJ riinoiv-five dollars ami returned ilie monoy to the owner, ouo of tbo pnpow n.'iys u ft may bo honost nnd honomLJo, but it is exceedingly un profossionnl. Six Grandmothers. Amos McNoa y, of Elm Grove, Mississippi, writes that ho has a grandson four years old, who lias six living jjrand mothers, nil of whom aro Old School Presbyterians. A Lasting Perfume. Among the curiosities bhown at Alnwick Casllc, in England, is a vaso taken from an Egyp tian catacomb. It is full of a mixturo of gum, resins, &c, wicli givo furth an agree able odor to tbo present day...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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