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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 3 June 1857

GRAND A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. VOL. VI. NO. 31. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1857. WHOLE NO. 291. rpnTTm I JniiLy RIfER TIMES. THE CBANP RIVER TIMES. PUBLI8IIED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN. 321STHAN & Co., Editors and Proprietors. $1,09 a Year, In Advance. Is. in addition to the above, will be charged for every 3 months that payment is delayed. iXST No paper discontinued until all arrearages are .paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Time. Sizb op Advertisement. No. Squares. ( Column. 1 i. 2i3i 4 iiil One week. Two weeks Three " One month 50 1 00 1 50 2 00 2 25 3 50 4 25 5 00 7 850 11 13 15 20 25 30 751502 25 3 4 3 25 5 6 832 13 4 25' 650 7 50 1 2 503 75 5 550, 8 9 Twomonths Three " Six u Nine M One year. 150 3 505 650 7 110 11 7 I 850,12 50,13 85010 10 111 11 112 11 17 8 7 19 20 Special Notices, five cents a line each insertion. Business Cards $3,00 per annum. Advertisement...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 3 June 1857

The Gre:.t Eastern Steamship-One of the Wonders of the World. The London Morning Journal furnishes the following description of the enormous ves sel, the Great Eastern, intended for Austra lian trade : ' " She will carry 12,000 tons of coal, 8,000 toos of merchandize, and 4,000 passengers. The object of building so large a vessel, is the economy that will be effected by being able to stow sufficient coals to carry her round the world. She will save about 9, 000 voyage to Australia in this item, by carrying sufficient to carry her there and back, instead of having to coal at Australia. There are ten bulkheads, or water-tight compartments; and there are longitudinal compartments, also water-tight. This noble vessel is G08 feet long, 83 feet broad, and 58 feet deep, from her deck to the floor of her hull. Her tonnage is 22,500 tons. She will be propelled by two paddles and a screw. The paddle wheels are fifty five feet in diameter, and the screw is twenty-four feet in diameter. The fou...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 3 June 1857

THE GRAND-RIVER TIMES, June 3. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. - Dedication. The first presbyterian church In Grand Haven was dedicated last Sunday. The dedicatory, sermon was preached in the forenoon, by the Rev. Mr. Ferrt, of this place, Sermons were also preached in the afternoon, and evening, by Revds. Mr. Landis, of Ionia, and Mr. Smith, of Grand Rapids. The ceremony was quite an Interesting and im ipresslve one, though the rain in the morning pre vented many from attending. A constable (nameless) arrested a man on the other side of the river, last Sunday, on a charge of passing counterfeit money. He brought his prisoner to this side of the river in a small boat, and on arriving at the landing, jumped out, and turned around to order the prisoner to follow. His astonishment may be better imagined than described for the culprit had shoved off the boat, and was just beginning to " paddle his own canoe," In right good earnest. The last seen of him, in this vicinity, was as he stood on the...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 3 June 1857

H U MOROUO, A little laughter, now and then, Is relished by the wisest men. A Lock of my Hair. The following wis picked up in the btrcet, a few days since, accompanying a little bunch of hair, which looked as if It had been palled out with a fine toothed comb : Och, Biddy, me darlin', Here's a lock of me hair, Ah, if there's a snarl In't, Divil a bit do I care Any how! I'm goin' off, Biddy, To work on the track, You can take it and kape It Until I git back If ye like; But If ye don't yc can take it to the dlvll wld ye, be-dad, I'm not pratlculer 1 A Crazy Fanatic Ho camo from Connecticut, and certainly was a preacher of the wildest type. We saw and heard him at Hallowcll, now the town of Kennebec. This was in the year 1818. He was a tall, lank, pale, deathly looking man, with long white hair floating over his shoulders. His name was Wells and he generally went by the name of " Old Wells." He called himself a trav-at'Mng (not traveling) preacher: He would travel with a staff, on foot...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 10 June 1857

GR n. 4 A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON AIL, SUBJECTS. VOL. VI. NO. 32. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1857. WHOLE NO. 292. nn AND fflfEl TIMES. r I THE GRAND RIVER TIMES. TUBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN. ."EASTMAN & Co., Editors and Proprietors. . $1,00 a Year, In Advance. Is. in addition to the above, will be charged for every 3 months that payment is delayed. i HP" No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Time. Size op Advehtisemknt. No. Squares. ( Column. l,2,34ii,!il One week. 50 1 00 1 30 2 00 2 23 3 00 4 25 3 00 Two weeks. 75150225 3 325 5 0 7 Three " 882 13 4 4 25 050 7 50 8 50 One month. 1 1250375 5, 550; 8 9 11 Twomonth3,1503 50 5 050:7 10 11 13 Three 44 2 4 0 7 8501250,13 15 Six " 3 5 7 8 50 10 14 18 20 Nino " 4 H 8 10 til 17 22 25 One year. 5 7 j9 11 112 20.25 30 ; Special Notices, five cents aline each insertion. Business Cards $3,00...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 10 June 1857

Getting to Heaven. The Philadelphia co-respondent of the New York Sunday Dispatch gives the follow ing anecdote, concerning getting to heaven by Way of New Orleans: We have ft Methodist preacher here who is a jolly wag. A few days since a young man who had long been attached to his church, and was about to leave for New Or leans, came to bid his pastor farewell. And so you are going to that degenera ted place, New Orleans, are you I" "Yes, sir, but I don't expect to be influ enced by any extraneous pressure of any kind," responded the young man with consid erable earnestness. " Well, I am glad to see you so confident, I hope the Lord will guide you. But do you know the temptations that exist there 2" '? Not -particularly, sir." "Well, I do. You'll find wanton women, in guise of peris, tempting the very elect; and rare wine and ardent drinks; and you'll find gay company and night brawling, and gam bling and dissipation, and running after the lusts of the old man Adam." " Still, sir, ...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 10 June 1857

THE GRAND RIVER TIMES, Junk 10. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Q-We changed the dates of the Times, this week, with melancholy pleasure. "June 3," was taken out, and 44 J une 10," Inserted. We looked at the almanac. Our forebodings were correct. The 16th of June falls on next Tuesday. The comlck ' is to strike ' the -earth on that day. This Is the last time we can change the dates. -Consequently, our 'occupation it gone.' Our phelinks cannot be described I Cheap! Cheaper! Cheapest! T7CnLxolooJ.o &y Xl.otA.ll. Questionable Operation. It is sometimes amusing to observe how a newspaper article, taken from an old paper and slightly amended by some enterprising (?) editor, will thereupon proceed to 4 go the rounds ' of the country papers generally. It is a parallel case we have now to mention. Some dabster of a would-be-poet has pounced upon one of Gerald Massey's beautiful poems. An unlucky hour was the time, for the poem came out of the 'mill' sadly mutilated, and shorn of Its brlghest b...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 10 June 1857

HUMOROUS. A little laughter, now and then, Is relished by the wisest men. The Weather. The following conver sation between two jolly sons of the Green Isle, has a point to it: "I say, Jimmy, did you ever see such a summer as this?" "Failh and I have." "When?" . "Last winter, bejabers." r A Frenchman endeavoring to surmount the difficulties of the English language, gives tho following result of his studies among our irregular verbs. Ho instances the conversa tion which he learnt of to verb " to go " thus: Thou departest, He clear out, We cut stick, Ye or you make tracks, They absquatulate. " My dear," said a good-hearted but soft headed actor, to his wife tho other morning " d-d-d-dont t-t-t-talk about your husband's coming homo drunk. The other night poor C was taken homo to his heart broken 6pouso in a wheelbarrow !" "Zounds, fellow !' exclaimed a choleric old gentleman to a very phlegmatic matter-of-fact person,' " I shall go out of my "wits." "Well, you won't have far to go, said...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 17 June 1857

GRAM) 1 TIMES. r A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1857. WHOLE NO. 293. VOL. VI. NO. 33. f THE GRAND RIVER TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN. EAST MA N & CO., PROPRIETORS. $1,00 a Year, In Advance, Is. In addition to the above, will be charged for every 3 months that payment Is delayed. OP" No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Time. Size of Advertisement. No. Squares. Column. 1(2,3 4 i. i fil 50 1 00 1 50 2 00 2 25 3 50 4 25 5 00 751502 25 3 3 25 5 0 7 88 2 3 4 4 25 6 50 7 50 8 50 1 12503 75 5 550 8 9 11 150 3 50 5 0 50 7 10 11 13 2 1 0 7 8 5012 5013 15 3 5 7 85010 11 18 20 4 0 8 10 11 17 22 25 5 7 9 11 12. 20 25 30 One week. Two weeks. Three 44 One month. Twomonths Three 44 Six " Nine 44 One year. Special Notices, five cents a line each insertion. Business Cards $3,00 per annum. Advertisements un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 17 June 1857

From the Chicago Ltdgtr. Independent Papers. The Allegan Journal, speaking of the Grand River Times, a paper published at Eastraanville, on Grand river, 6ays: " Thero is something to admire in a really independent paper (no matter in which way its political or religious sentiments are biased), such as the Boston Liberator, Chicago Led ger, Milwaukee Free Democrat, Albany Journal, St. Louis Democrat, New Orleans Delta, and other papers which we might enu merate, whoso editors have minds of their .own, and have the boldness to speak out with out fear or favor on such questions as present themselves, and that too without mincing matters. Wo have seen quite a number of so-called independent papers established and with rare exceptions they have soon relapsed into the bitterest kind of loco-foco organs. Wo trust this will not bo the case with the . Eastman villo Times, and that it will prove to bo an independent paper in the true ac ceptation of the term." The Journal, referring more part...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 17 June 1857

THE GRAND RIVER TIMES, Junk 17. FOURTH OF JULY. At a meeting of the citizens of Grand Haven held at Cutler & Warls's store, ou tho evening of June 15th to consider ways and means for properly celebrating the coming fourth of July; Mr. Isaac Hunting was called to tho chair and Ed. P. Ferry appointed Se cretary. On motion, it was resolved that tho citizens of Grand Haven havo a Pic nic party at the Beech Tree on tho afternoon of the Fourth of July next, and that a committee of six be appointed to make all necessary arrangements and preparations for that purpose. Dwight Cutler, Isaac Hunting, W. W. Taplin, Henry A. Chubb, Alex. J. Leggat and Ed. P. Ferry wero appointed as com mittee of arrangements. On motion, the following resolutions were unanimously carried: Jictolved. That Rev. J. Anderson he invited to net as chaplain. Jiesohcd. Thut Hon. T. W. Ferry le invited to deliver an oration. Resolved. That Hon. SI. L. Hopkins be invited to read the "Declaration of Independence" nnd th...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 17 June 1857

HoT7 to build a Stoople. The town hall of Alexandria in Virginia, is a spacious building, oc cupying, a largo public square.--It is ornamented with a clock and steeple, concerning the erection of which, the lol lowing yarn is told : A gambler from the south, on being told that the fields were all ripe for a golden harvest, dropped down on that city for the purpose of catching some "pigeons." The net was spread, the bait was very inviting, and the game went most gloriously for several days. Mr. , whom out of respect for his family, we shall herein call Mr. Smith, at last tell into tho snares of the gambler, and not fully understanding false cards or loaded dice, found himself at the end of the game, minus 3,000. This, as a man of honor, he co'd not refuse to pay, and as whipping a black-leg was sorry satisfaction, he cast about to see what revenge the law " in such cases made and provided," would offer him. It seems that among the laws of Virginia, the wisdom of the " Old Dominion " ...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 24 June 1857

nn fiBANB RIVER TIMES. A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. EASTMAN VILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1857. WHOLE NO. 294. TOL.VI. NO. 34. ? 2 i if THE CRAND RIVER TIMES. .PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNE8DAY EVENING. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN. EASTMAN & CO., PROPRIETORS. $1,00 a Year, In Advance. Is. In addition to the above, will bo charged for every 3 months that payment is delayed. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Time. No. Squares. Column. 1 I 2 3 4 I f I 50 1 00 1 50 2 00 2 25 3 50 4 25 75150225 3 325 5 6 882 13 4 4 25 6 50 7 50 1 12503 75 S 550 8 9 150,3 50 5 6 50 7 10 11 2 4 6 7 8 50 1250 13 3 5 7 850,10 14 18 4 6 8 10 11 17 22 5 7 9 11 112 20 25 Ono week. Two weeks. Three " One month. Twomonths Three " Six M ' Nine " One year. Special Notices, five cents a line each insertion. Business Cards $3,00 per annum. Advertisements unaccompanied with directions, will be published...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 24 June 1857

Another Discourse from "the Harp of a Thousand Strings." . The following, together with the well linown sermon on " the Harp of a Thousand Strings." is published in England as a verit able specimen of the pulpit oratory of tho backwoods of tho United States: " Beloved brcetherin, I'm tho man which preached tho sarmon which has been printed in the papers, from tho text) " and he plac ed on a harp uv a thousand strings spernts I mout as well of just men made perfeck. say I don't take pride in thin 8 uv that sort, fer in the language uv ot my text ter tu dayPra an orful sinner, the cluet among . ten thousand, and the ono altergether luvly. " Them s tho words which you'll find in OenMRefl. I'm a rw n to Breach w thout notes, kas I can't rite, and kaso I coulden't read it, ef I could ; my notes are bank notes, 1 have a pocket luu, ana notes ot nana, which 1 snail give to our square 10 coueci, I fnl Jnnnr. ll.A rlnf nmnnn llmiiR.anrl. nnd the one altergether luvly. " This text, my brcethe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 24 June 1857

THE GRAND RIVER TIMES, Juke 24. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. OUR NEW EXCHANGES. Within the few weeks last passed, and since we assumed the editorial charge of tho Times, we have received the following named newspapers as addi tions to our exchange list. We would express our thanks to the several editors and publishers of the papers especially to those at a distance for their gentleman-like and liberal courtesy. Maine. Gospel Banner, Augusta. Vermont. Citizen, Vergennes. Massachusetts. Investigator, Boston. New York. New Jerusalem Messenger, N.York City. A ge of Progress, Buffalo. Ohio. Spiritual Universe, Cleveland. Journal, Callipolis. Indiana. Jlepullican, Valparaiso. Herald and Bra, Indianapolis. Crisis, Laporte. Illinois. Ledger, Chicago. Commercial, Feru. Journal, Marengo. low x. Pioneer, West Union. Democrat, Osage Minnesota Ter. Herald, Falrbault. Sentinel, Red Wing. Wisconsin. Cayuga Chief, Ft. Atkinson. Jour nal, Fox Lake. Home, Ripon. Alabama. Herald, Notasulga. State Rights D...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 24 June 1857

A Quaker's Letter. ! To the Watchmaker. I here with send thee my pocket clock, which greatly standeth in need of thv friendly correction. The last time he was at thy school, he was in no way reformed; for I perceive by the index of his face that ho is a liar, and the truth is not in him. Examine him, therefore, and prove him, I beseech thee, thoroughly, so that thou maycst, being very well acquainted with his inward frame and disposition, draw him from the error of his wavs, and teach him the way wherein he should go.- It grieves mp to think of him, for verily I am of the opinion that his body is corrupted with disease. Cleanse him, therefore; for I will place him for a few days under thy care, and pay for his board as thou requircst. I entreat thee, friend John, that when thou layest the correcting hand upon him, let it be without passion, lest thou shouldst drive him to destruction. Do thou regulate his motions for a time to come, by the motion of the Light that ruleth the day ; a...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 1 July 1857

S G1AI TIME A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. EASTMAN VILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1857. 1 VOL. VI. NO. 35. WHOLE NO. 295. T MVER 9 1 1 i la I. i IF to St V 1 . v w THE CRANP RIVER TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING. EASTMA.NVILLE, MICHIGAN". EASTMAN & CO., PROPRIETORS. $1,03 a Year, In Ail vane. Is. in addition to the above, will be charged for every 3 mouths that payment is delayed. H7" No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Time. Size or Advertisement. No. Squares. , Column. 1,2,3, 4ii , 1 One week. 50 1 00 i 50 2 00 2 21 3 50 4 25 5 00 Two weeks. 75150 2 25 3 3 25 5 6 7 Three " 8S2 13 4 4 25! 6 50 7 50 8 50 One month. 1 250375 5 550.8 9 11' Twomonthsl50 3 50 5 6 50 7 10 11 13 Three " 2 4 6 7 1850125013 15 Six " 3 5 7 85010 14 18 20 Nino " 4 6 8 10 111 17 22 25 Oqo year. 5 7 9 11 12 20 25 30 Special Notices, five cents a line each insertion. Business Cards...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 1 July 1857

lessliands In hopeless prayers against the merciless visitation. All the crimes, and sorrows, and hunger 4ngs, which ever flow from the Protean fountain of the rum-shop, are acaln licensed, for the civilized legislators of New York not the begrimed mon arches of Afrlc's central heathendom have passed an act for the suppression of intemperance I We watch the pogress of this new chapter in the reform history of New York, with fearful fore bodings. The result can be foretold without the gift of prophecy. The light of the pagt beams ahead, and as clear as at noonday, reveals the end of this new and more Infernal betrayal of human ity. As bitter and sweeping now, as in other years, the desolations of a licensed plague. The whole land shall be drunk with tts harvest of blood. A host of small dealers are outlawed, while the mo nopoly of robberv and slaughter is concentrated in the hands of those more competent to cover the land with the seed of a broad and luxuriant har vest of woe. slaugh...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 1 July 1857

THE GRAND RIVER TIMES, Jclt 1. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Neatness and Improvement in rmsnso. The Chicago Printers' Cabinet, (monthly) of Jane 15tb, ays : The letter from an editor In another column, Is lenslble and to the point, and we endorse its lan guage with all our heart. The suggestion it con tains of a reward for the best printed paper is a good one, and if acted upon, would no doubt ma terially improve the general appearance of country and city papers. The following is a part of the 1 letter' referred to by the Cabinet; which was written by the editor of the Horicon (Wis.) Argus: Too little pains is taken by printers, both city and countrv, with their papers. With many, a mammoth sheet is a beautiful one, no matter if it be printed on wrapping paper, with the poorest Ink imaginable, and tilled with any quantity of outlanditslrcnts. I for one would like to see a reward offered for the best printed country paper in each state, and would gladly help make up a "stake purse" of ro...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 1 July 1857

Hunonouo. A little laughter, now and then, U relished by the wisest men. Mystery of the Female Sex, Haller tells us that women enduro hunger longer than men; rlutarcn, mat tney can resist tne effects of wino better; Unger, that they grow older without becoming bald; 'Pliny, that they are seldom attacked by lions; wnuo a modern writer sugests that on the contrary tney arc known to run utter lions. Added to all this, Gunter states boldly that " they can talk a fow." Charity at a Discount. It is stated as a noticeable fact, that in the collections tiken in the different churches m Boston, in iebru ary hist, the contributions were almost entire ly composed of the depreciated Spanish coin charity witu twenty per cent on. " A dreadful little for a shillimr." said a peruurious fellow to a physician who dealt him an emetic; " can t you give more i The man who couldn't " trust his feel ings," is supposed to do business strictly on the cash principle. An Irish sailor once visited acitv where ...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
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