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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 15 March 1865

LOCAL AND SEWS ITEMS. Trn: number of Indian in tha. United Sir.tci 13 estimated at 300,000 Ti3 -passport nysLeni hns been abol Jibc l between Canada nud the United rEiaaTT millions of tho ,7-30 loan have 1 ..1 ' ' .t D. i . 1 i&.sa sidco me nrsi oi reuruary. The p2bpl" still have confidenco in the stability of the Governmetft. ' While four hundred find eightj oil wells have been sunk in Pennsylvania. but one hundred and eighty-nine are pro (lacing a trifle less than fifty por cent. ,. ,, ; , . Go to work ! Don't sit down and wait for " an opening." You will be quite as likely to find the " opening," if you go to wont who a win, as you ww Billing m a . i .1 i . ii rocKing cnair reading ino last now novel ; 0 The tug Amanda, being built by Mr. II. Squier, was launched on Wednesday last. She will bo completed with dis patch and put to service on the river as soon as possible on the opening of oaviga " tion. ' " ' ' '' :" ' : , i- I Hi i Mi ni ummim ' Col. ' Litchfield's numerous fr...

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. — 15 March 1865

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Probate Crc!rr, STATU OF MICHIGAN, County of Otttawa.ss: At a session of the Probate Court for the conn ty of Ottawa, holden at the Probate 03cc, la the village of Uratii Haveu, ou Mondsy, the ' sixth day of March, in the -year one 1 thousand eight hundred and sixty-five : Present, Gcorgo Park) Judo of Probate, In the matter of the erftVof Ocrrit Jan Van Duren, Jantjo Vo D r;u, and, Albertua Van Dureu, iniuors. s ;.' ON reading and KlirTt.be petition, duly ver ified. of Woltor Van Der Ilaar, Harm Broek apd Jan Trimpe, guardians of said mi nors, praying, among other things, that they mar be empowered and licensed to nil certain real estate belonging to the estate of laid minors ' for reasons therein set forth. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the 24th day of April next, at 2 o'clock in the after Boon, be assigned for the bearing of said peti tion, and that the next of kin of said minors, and all other persons interested in said estate, are required to appear...

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. — 22 March 1865

i VOLUME 6 NUMBER 307. GR AND. HAVEN,. MIC JI., MARCH 22, 1965. TERMS $1.50 PER ANNUM. i t ! f. THE GRAND HAVEN NEWS, rutlihoI very WeJnosdty, . fcY J. & J. W. BARNS. TERMS: One Dollar Fifty per year. $2 00 when left by the Carrier. Office on Washington street, over Beoktel'a Market, Grand Haven, Michigan. ADVANCED RATES OF ADVERTISING. One iquare one week, .........$ 75 Oaa iqu&rt t,wo week,. 1 25 One square three wecka,... 175 One square one month, 2 ?5 One square two month,...... One square three months,.'.. 7 00 One square six months, 10 00 One square twelre month?, .... 15 00 Business CarJs, one line each, $2 per year. Advertising by the column at rates of special agreement. One square is one inch of column or less. Advertisements without special directions as o time will be Inserted and charged for until or dered out.v Legal advertising at legal rates. AVben a postponement is added to an advertiueraent, the whole is charged, as for the first insertion. " flUSNESS 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. — 22 March 1865

fe t. c3 fun V IT a Ij c 3J t to M T V China llRYtMi, - : MicUiKtttt WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 22, ISC5. ! Democratic Nominations. For Ilogcnts of tho Uuivcrsity, EBENEZKR WELLS, OLIVER C. COMTOCK. For Rep. in tho State Logitdaturo 2d District, ,. BENJAMIN LILLIE. ; . i . The First Proposition to Dissolve the . . " Union. ' ; ! ' On tho 24th of January, 1842, JoLa Quincy Adams prcscntod tho following petition to Congress : "To the Congress of the United States : " Tho undcrsignoJ, citizens of Haver hill, in tho Commonwealth of Massachu setts, rray that you will immediately adopt measures to divide tho Uniou of theso btatcs. ( . - "First, Kecauso no Union can bo ngrce ablo or permanent which doosnot proseot prospects of a reciprocal benefit. . - ' "Second, Dccauso a vast proportion of tho resources of ono section of tho Union ig annually drained to sustain tho views and'eourso of another section, without any adequate return. , "Third! Becauso (judging from the history of past nations)...

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. — 22 March 1865

Jcpcu LiTTLEJoiix lias nrri vcd i.i town and ibo- Circuit ' Court commenced its session ycslcrdnj. , . J - 9 Tub liver' now being elenr of ico tlid steamer. Z l(f Mason will start ou her regular 'inpi to Grand Rapids tho couj inj weclc. o : ,i c ' Our readers will plcaso excuso our short-comings this week. Our editor is sick and tho' duty of issuing tho paper dovolfcs upon your humblo servant ' The Devil, 0 Im our nolico last week of tho tug re cently built by Capt, Squires, tho name should havorcad 44 Miranda" Sho will bo ready to commenco towing in about ten days. , M , ... . - . -jtV Large Hocks of. pigeons aro daily pass ioz over our' 'vill.iWon their wav north, and the almost constant sound of .mus kets sbow.di'a't our hunters aro fully pro pared for Iho sport. ' ' . - A mkciiakic of, Milwaukee has manu factured an1 ordinary sizo center table, oc tagonal I' in,, form, composed of twenty thousand' pieces of wood. 1 It is designed its a prcscoi ito, rrcsklen Lincoln and lady..., ...

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. — 22 March 1865

, LEGAL 4 n VEll TlSXMVSTSy Probate Or tier. ETATE OF MIC1HGAN, County of Otttawa,.i: At a acssion of tho Probate Court fur the coun ty of Ottawa. bolJtn at the Probata Office, la the villat;o of i.lrand Haven, on Monday, the 'Sixth day if March, in the yoar one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five: - Present, Gwrgc Parks, Judgo of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Gerrit Jan Van Duren, Jantjc Van Duruu and Albertua Van Duren, miners. ON reading ani filing tho petition, duly ver ified, of Wolter Van Dcr Haar; Harm - Rroek and Jan Trimpe, guardian! of said tul- nors, praying, among other thing, that they may bo empowered and licensed to sell certain real est a to belonging; to the estate of f aid minors for reasons therein set forth. . - Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the 21th day of April next, at 2 o'clock in tho after noon, be assigned for the hearing of said peti tion, and that the next of kin of said minors, , and all other persona, bntcrostedjn said estate, "are r...

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. — 29 March 1865

7. A V VOLtillKO NUMBER 308. THE ORAUD HAVEN NEWS, Published every Wednesday, BY J. & J. W. BARNS. rt-,f -i 1 TERMS: One Dollar Fifty per year. $33 $1 00 when It A ly the Carrier. Pflice oa Washington itrect, over Bocktol'i Market,' Grand Haven, Michigan. ADVANCED RATES OP ADVERTISING. On square one work, ........$ 75 One Iquare two weekv ' 1 25 Ont iquare three weeks,.. .... 1 76 One iquare one month,.......'. .- 2 25 One tqu&re two months, -4 00 On square three months, . 7 00 One equare iix months .- 10 00 One square twelre months, 15 00 Business Cards, oae line each, $2 per year. ' Advertising by the column at rates of special agreement. One sqnaro is ene inch of column or lets. ; Advertisements without special directions as e time will be inserted and charged for until or dered out. Legal advertising at legal rates. When a postponement is added to an advertisement, the whole is chargod as for the first Insertion. 3XJai3STE3Q DIRECTORY. Ottawa County, Grand Haven, Mich. H...

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. — 29 March 1865

Grand Haven i - illcfcigan. . : , WEDNESDAY EVENING MARCH 25), 1&85. J)cr;c:rat!5 jreninatiens. , For Regent of the University,' EBENJTZER WELLS, : ' OLIVER cV'COMSTOCtf. ' ? ' for Rcpl in the Stite LegislaturerSi District, ' BENJAMIN LILXIE. , , ' ". Colonel A. C:' Litchfield's Experience , in Southern Prison. r ; , -t TherBoslon Journal nijs, Colonel Al len C. Litchfield, of tlio Seventh Michi gan Cavalry, who has been so unforlunato in the events as to spend the past year of his .lifo in rebel prisons, reached Lis home, at East Uostonr yesterday. Tfio numcr-j ous and varied stories of rebel atrocities, inhumanities', cruelties and indignities) of cverv stripe, which havo boon so often written, aro ruoro than corroborated by his narratives, of personal experience and observation. v.'? (; During' the"1 period "of 'his ' confinement in the hall of the) prison ' Iho prisoners were visited by thousands of the citizens of Richmond and vicinity, who poured out their wrath in abundan...

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. — 29 March 1865

LOCAL A.Stt XKW.S Ti:i: ,w.. nevvs of lbs ji'5w week is un TLvr Amer Mason left tins 'yott, on Satcrlny last, for Grand ltapids; o'd'Jifcr flrst trip. . ' ' , 7 s 0 Dr. S. Munrok, of this village, recent Ij'sol J his steam mill property entire,- log?,' tfcc, ftt Mill Point, to Messrsi Hancock & Cole of the latter place. . ' . ,. . 1 . i '''.- Tiik steamer J. P. Ward' arrivoi nt this port this morning, from. Milwaukee. ' Vc understand 'it is the in'lontioo of her ohhers tocontinuo tho Ward on thajako shore routa the present season. Tiie sugar season advances rather slow Jy. , Very lilt !o lias yet comoto our mar let. We have heard of sales made of su gar at twenty-fivo c'culs per pound, and of molasses nt two dollars per gallon. . . Wk are informed, by a citizen of Hol la1 fid ( that, the " I larbor Co.," of that pjaccj intend to havo a steam dredge to keep tho channel from Black Lake into lako Michigan clear from sandbars, which have so lonj obstructed navigation. Election Ticke...

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. — 29 March 1865

legal adymtmuests.,- - - Probate Order STATE OP MICH 10 AN, County ef Ottawa, ss: At a session ef tie Probata Court, fur tba County of Ottawa, holden at the Probate Of fice, in t'ie village f Grand Haven, on Mon day, tho twentieth day of March, in tho year ono tliouraiid eight hundred and sixty-five ' Present, .George Parks, Judge of Probate. In tho matter of the estate of Jan Sprite, de ceased. ... ON reading and filing the petition, duly ver ified, of Marenus dcu Herder, and Jacob don Herder, administrators of tho estate of said deceased, praying for reasons, therein set forth, that thev iuav be empowered and licensed to sell certain real estate, belonging to the estate of eaid deceased for the purpose of paying legal demands against the cstato of said deceased, and tho expenses of adjusting the same. Thereupon it is ordered, that Mondy, the first day of May, at two. o'clock In the after noon, be assigned for the hearing of iaid peti tion, and that tho heirs of law of said doeeasc...

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. — 5 April 1865

vm I M iN ' fhA j) VV.'.W V . . Kl . . i J:. A h jrNA VAV:'( VOLUME 0 NUMBER 309. ' " ' ORAND. IIAYK NI0IL, 'APRIL1, 5," 18(55;, - , n ; , TERMS 1 50, FEIl ANNUM. THE GRAND HAVEIMIEWS, Published every Wediiesdajr BY J. & J. W. BARNS. T TERMS: One Dollar Fiay per vear. t $2 00 wben loft by the Carrier. 132 Omen ou- Washington jtmct, over Becktel'i Market, . . Grand Haven, Michigan. , ADVANCED KATES OF ADVERTISING. Oa aquar ou week,".. $ 75 Od iquart two week?,.. 1..... X 25 Ou iquar thre week,....... 4.. ' 1 75 On tquarfl on month,. 2 ?5 One square two months,.. 4 00 Oneiquaro three month?, ,7 00 One square tlx months, .......-- 10 0 One square twelve months, 15 00 BuilneM Cards, one line each, $2 per year. Advertising by the column at rates of special Agreement. ' On square Is one inch of column or le.s. Advertisements without special directions as o time will be inserted and oharged for until or. dered out. . " Legal advertising at legal rates, yhen a postponement Is added to a...

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. — 5 April 1865

Vrnnd iravea, 'IIidl::a, - ' . i WEDNESDAY ZVZtl3 APRIL 5, 1865. , j x New Youz, April 3. Tha CczicrciaVs t pec id eayi : It is believxi iV Vfo-bagton that tha 'war is over, rU t" t tn understaoding to that efTsc ciistx., Tho prograrama of General Grunt fenC&tca nil possibla movements of the eucujr. He did tot merely pro tida for tts evacuat: of Richmond and Peter$barj ; ho cxpoctcd this contingency, And Lc3 rill, Cad his retreat cut off at all points. Grant, Sheridan, Thomas; Sher man and Hancock nro closing around the fragments of. tho rebel army. s Tho mill tary organizations ' of tho Confederacy will cease during tho present week. Sherman is yet to be hoard from. He not inactive during the great operations cow pending. Peace through war is tho object of the administration, and it seems to be jiow within reach. The. Commercial says: Tho news of Grant s success has almost suspended bu siness in. all tho markets and as yet jt is difficult to estimate the effect upon prices unti...

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. — 5 April 1865

LOCAL AKi A'EWX ITEMS Large flocks pljoous continued to fljr rcr.our viilr.o last tveck, 'sports men an j epicures La i a good tin::,'. V An excellent is oow tCl.od citi- cons to procure etsil set out a liberal num ber of fruit no4 ornamental tYpes and shrubs." , Tub weather is'Verj warm and pkas . ant for tho season, suggestive of delight ful bouts soon to be spent ia gardens and nmid the flower-bals and shrubbery that adorn the surroundings of our dwellings 'TnB M Denton House," at Eastmanvillo, has been sold to Mr. Joseph Clark, wo are informed Mr. C. r will make a popular landlord. . Every provision for the com fort of man and beast will be attainable hereafter, at tho Denton House, but no tad liquor. , The waters in Grand Itiver 'and its tributaries have, fallen to nearly their usu- nl IrtVnl fit ia eoiciMi of tb vai Innv. fog in many places a very large surplus of logs, floodwood and debm gcnorally, on bottom-land, fields hm meadow to be rerapved at j,ho leisure of owners. i W...

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. — 5 April 1865

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Prelate notice. , ! STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, ss : At eest-ion of the Probate Court fur the coun ty of Ottawa, holden f t the Probate Office, in the Tillage of Grand Haven, on Monday, the twenty-seventh day of March, In the year one thousand tight hundred and sixty-five: Present, George Park I, Judge of Probate: In the matter of the estate of Johannes Kol vood, Jan Kolvood, Klaas Kolvood and Lam burtus Kolvood, minora. ON roaJin and filing the petition, duly ver lficd,'of Uerrit Lubbers, guardian of laid - minors, praying, amon other things, that he may b$ tinpowerod and licensed to sell certain real eCato belonging to the estate of said mi nors, fof reasons therein set forth. Thereupon It is ordered, that Monday, the eighth clay of May next, at twe o'clock in the afternoon be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the next of kin of said minors, and all ether person interested in their estate, sure re quired to appear at a session of sa...

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 April 1865

H VOLUME 6-NUMBEB 310, , : ( GRAND HAVEN, MICH., APRIL 10, 1665. He GHAI7D HAVEN NEW6, PotllaheA tvery Wetlcead&y, BY J. & J, W. BARNS. THn!t?!r-Os? P!!.r Fifty ?r rear $2 00 wten left by the Carrior. t2 , . Ofice oa YTanhlniton itnat, ver J3ecktel' Market, Grand Haven, Michigan. ADVANCED RATE3 OP ADVERTISING. Oa square on week,,.. ............ $ 5 Oalia&r two week.,. , 1 25 0 tqcart three weeki, 175 On square one taonth,... ...... ....... 2 ?6 One squire two tnontbi,. 4 00 On square three months - 1 00 Oft iquw six montbi, 10 00 One square twelve monthi, It 00 Builnen Cards, oat lie each, $2 per year. , Advertising by the coluraa at rate of ipecial ajreement. .One iqu&re it oae iooh of colamn or leja. AdTrrli omenta without tpecial direction! as' o time will bo iaierttd aad charged for until or. 4ered out. . ' Lejal advertising at legal rates. When a postponement is aJdod to an advertisement, the whole is cbargod as for the first insertion. - StJOlXTESS DIRECTORY. R...

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. — 19 April 1865

, - L.i- Grand Ilaren, -e Mlctijan'. WEDNESDAY. EVENINO, APRIL 1, 1885 ASSASSINATION "... ..of...,.;,.-..-...,', PrGDidont Siiucolh. !... ) r Ve select the) following accouqtof the assassination of tbci President tis related bytho Times' WasluugtWcorrcsnondcnt. It is undoubtedly as accurate no4 relmblo as any that could l depicted of tbo hor riblo scene: - " ' " : ' 1 The person who sh'ot the President is do scribod as .about thirty years of nge, five feet nine inches in height, sparely built, of light complexion, dressed in dark cloth ing, acd having a gentlemanly appearaWo. He entered tho box '.which' ' is" known ns the Stale box, being tho upper box oh the right band side from an dress circle in the p 1- i . . i . regular manner ana snoc ino x rcsiucni from behind, tbe tyill eniering the skull about the'uiiddle behind and going iu the direction of the left eye. 1 It did not fasx through, but' apparently broke the front al bone and forced out the brain to some extent.' 'The assass...

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 April 1865

LOCAL AND XKWS ITEMS. Religious services are being held in tit the churches of our village to-day. V . ' ., ' ' Lumber Is " passing freely from this .port to western markets at prices, howev er, reduced from those reached last season. , ,The Compiled Laws of .the State of Michigan, of 1857, are for tale at the Ottawa County Treasurer's OfBcc, for tl 25 per copy. ' . Tna predominant feature of our " gar rulous V neighbor' last issoe fo pliartaa- jism ! This conceited fanatic undoubtedly fills some space a this worl4. . .. , . Wk were obliged to suspend the regular issue of our paper last week, on account of aicltnes. i. We are thankfoj to bo ableg ,to resume our accustomed duties. "' 'Messrs.. Sqdisrs . & Huntixo, are building an extensive dock between the Depot of the D. h M. Railway and Per Vysburg for the accommodation of lumber 'men rafting lumber, shingles, tc., down the river. .:.- . " Lives there a man with soul so dead, . ' That never to himself bath raid," , . . -1 , Tha...

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 April 1865

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. . " Protrnt? notice. ETATR OP MICH 10 AN, County cf Ottawa, ss : At session of the Prolate Court for the coun ty of Ottawa, holden at the Probata OfTice, in tits village of Grand Haven, en Monday, the twenty-seventh day of March, ia tho year ono thousand eight hundred izl sixty-fire: Present, George Parks, Judge of Frobate: ' In the matter of the estate of Johanuea Kol rood, Jan Kolvood, Klaa Kolvood and Lam burtus Kolvood, minora.- ' , ON reading and filing the petition, duly ver ified, of Gerrit Lubbers, guardian of aaid minors, praying, amoag other things, tbat ho tnay bo empowered and licensed to sell certain real estate belonging to the estate of said mi nors, for reasons therein set forth. Thereupon It Is ordered, that Monday, tho eighth day of May next, at two o'clock in tho afternoon, bo assigned for the hearing of aaid petition, and that tho next of kin of said minora, and all other persona interested in their citato, are re quired to appear at a sessi...

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 April 1865

rTTTi TTn n .1 . 7v U -' VOLUME 6 NUMDE1V31K'. GRAtf D1 HAVEx;' MiCH., 'APRIL 2.0, 1865.. TERMS CI tt PER ANNUM. THE OEAHD HAVEN HEWS, .. . " ' Published, every Wednesday, . ' BY J. & J. W. BAIlNSf , TLnilSt One Dollar Fiitr per tear. $2 CO when loft Ij the Carrier. Office oa . Washington street, over BccktiTs Market, ' Grand Haven, Michigan. ADVANCED jlATKS OP ADVERTISING. One square one week,... ..?.-.$ 73 6ne iqtare two wttk?,,..... .......... 1 25 One square three weeks,,,,.....--..... 1 75 One square one mouth, 2 ?5 Oue square two month,?.. - 4 00 Ooe square three months......... ...... 7 00 Oat square lix months, ....';..... 10 00 pne square tw'ehft months, .-.. 15 00 i i i n i 1 iii.. Business Cards, one line each, $2 per year. Advertising bj the column at rates of special agreement. 1 , , One square is one inoh of column or le.s. Advertisements without epeciul directions- as o time will be inserted and charged for until or dered out. ""' , ' Legal adrertisins at legal ra...

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. — 26 April 1865

Creed Haven, -Hitia. WBDNE3DAY KVENINO, AT-XL 28, Mi. v'f tf Yc:, .April 24. 1 X&ta Cm.antth papers tay that the fciws of LeaVsarreoder pnWd over tho telegraph lipo &t Millen, Ga Wednesday, . 1 Sib, nd wm hailed by many, with joyt The railroad betweeu Macon and' Cblura- 'bos was cut the same day by bur cavalry , coming from Dal ton, and going to Macon. The Augusta Constitutionalist of the 12th, aayt: Jeff Davis has gone either to the trans-Mississippi Department or Eu rope, Uking with him half a million in tpecie, , . , The Lake City (Florida) Columbian announces that Gov. Milton, of Florida, has committed suicide by shooting him ' self, with a pistol. c . ; 0 Iter. Jame;s Ballard, Missionary of the American Sunday School Union, for the county of Kht and ten others contigu ous thereto, has recently given a very in ( teres ting account of his labors in the Sun day School cause. Within the year he has visited and supplied with books one hundred and three schools, in the counti...

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