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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 8 July 1857

GRAND eivek TIMES. r -I f A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. EASTMAN VILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1857. WHOLE NO. 29G. VOL. VI. N0.3G. THE GRAND RIVER TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING. EASTilANVILLE, MICHIGAN. EASTMAN & 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. rrp- No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Time. Size of Advertisement. No. Squares. toiuran, l,2,34 ij2l M l 00 1 50 2 00 2 25 3 50 4 25 5 00 One week. Two weeks. Three 44 One month. 75150 2 25 3 8S2 13 4 12503 75 5 3 25 5 0 7 7 50 8 50 4 25 6 50 550 8 11 13 15 Two months 1 50 3 50 5 6 50, 7 10 Three "246 Six " 3 5 7 Nine "408 One year. 5 7 9 8 50 12 50,13 85010 10 111 11 12 18 20 25 25 30 Special Notices, five cents a line each insertion. Business Cards $3,00 per annum. Advertisements unaccompanied with dire...

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. — 8 July 1857

New York Municipal Troubles. Tho good citizens of Gotham havo lately had plenty of excitement. : Quito a 'disturb ance aroso between the metropolitan police and tho stato authorities on tho ono hand, aud tho city police with mayor Wood to lead tho van, on tho other. Tho war, at one time, waxed quite warm, and furnished plenty of business for tho enterprising members of tho legal profession; but now, tho 'smoko of bat tle is clearing away, and all parties begin to foci ashamed of tho whole affair. Wo clip from different papers, tho follow ing comments on, the disturbance and the getters up thereof : Thcro is a disposition evinced in certain quarters to exonerate tho mayor from all snaro in tho riot and rebellion of tho IGth June, since ho has produced a batch of affida vits showing his ignorance of tho nature of the coroner s- errand when ho hrst called at tho city toall with tho warrant of arrest issu ed by judge Hoffman. Ho has got nineteen policemen, a door-keeper and messenger, a...

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. — 8 July 1857

THE GRAND RIVER TIMES, July 8. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. CJiiEKN Pis a.s. The first green peas wo have seen thU Beaaon.we found on the table at the American yesterday. The proprietor Is always up with the im. in rejranl to the delicacies of the season, but we confess no little surprise at the appearance of peas at this early date Romeo Argus, June 25. We can relate a fact worth three like the above. Legoat, of the 44 Washington," In Grand Haven, had a bountiful dish of green peas on his table, June 7. These peas were not raised in Grandllaven ; they came from Bermuda. From which we are led to conclude that the 44 Washington " is ahead of the "American." We are now luxuriating on peas, cucumbers, and other early vegetables. An Incident. While celebrating the "glorious fourth," we stumbled upon a mammoth piece of whalebone, nearly three feet In length. The train of thoughts in which wo had been indulging, was broken; and we did cogitate on other and graver subjects. Wc though of the le...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 8 July 1857

HUMOROUS. A little laughter, now and then, Is relished by the wisest men. New Version of a Psalm. The following is said to have taken place at the Bradford (England) parish church during the visit of the bishop of the diocese. The clerlf, immediately before tho sermon, pave out the psaltn in broad Wiltshire, as follows : "Let us zing to the prayze an' glawry o' God, deso dree vusses 'specially 'daptcd to the 'casion by mesclf " : Why hop yo zo, ye llttlo hills, An' what var d'ye skip ? Is it a Vase you'm proud to zco His grace tho lard blship t Why skip ye zo, ye little hills, 'An' what var d'ye hop 1 Is it a 'case to preach to we Is cora'd tho lard bishop f Ease he is com'd to preach to we, Then let us all strick up, An' zing a glawrious zong o' prayze, An' bless the lard hlshup ! ' i Important Queries. 1. Is the "powder magazine" published monthly, and is it considered a safe magazine for quiet families ? 2. Would the hydropathic treatment cure the "eruptions" of mount JCtna? 3. A...

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. — 15 July 1857

THE GBAI TO fflfER TIMES. A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. EASTMAN VILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1857. WHOLE NO. 297. VOL. VI. NO. 37. The Grand River Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING. EASTJIANVILLE, MICHIGAN. EASTMAN & 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. CF" No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Time. Sizb of Advertisement. No. Squares. Column. 1 I 2,3 4 1 50,100 1 50 2 00 2 25 3 00 4 25 5 00 75150225 3 325 5 6 7 882 3 4 4 25 6 50 7 50 8 50 1 12 50375 5 5 50 8 9 11 150 3 50 5 6 50 7 10 11 13 2 4 6 7 850 125013 15 3 5 7 85010 14 18 20 4 6 8 10 11 17 22 25 5 7 9 11 12 20 25 30 One week. Two weeks. Three " One month. Two months Three 44 .Six " Nine 41 One year. Special Notices, five cents a line each insertion. Business Cards $3,00 per annum. Advertisements u...

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. — 15 July 1857

Startlino News from tiik Plain. The reports of massacres on tho plain aro confirm ed by tho following from tho St. Joseph (Mo.) Journal. u Capt. Dixon camo down on tho United States 6teamer Mink; yesterday morning, and .reported tho loss of many of our soldiers, in o conflict with a very largo body of tho Cho yennes and Arrapahoes, two hundred miles west of fort Kearney. The messenger who brought tho news reached St, Marys on last Saturday. His name is Vellaindeer, an old French trader, whoso statements aro perfectly reliable. Ho stated to CapU Dixon, Col. Carpy, and oth ers, that eleven days before, he had left CoL Sumner, who told him that ho had sent ono hundred soldiers and fifty teamsters a little in advance of his main body, when they were attacked by a largo body of Cheyennees and Arrapahoes, and all were slain ; that ho in intended to proceed directly in pursuit of tho enemy, and would not pauso until ho had re venged the loss of his compatriots, and pun ished the savages wh...

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. — 15 July 1857

i THE GRAND RIVER TIMES, July 15. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Clubbino. Should any of our citizens wish to obtain our paper and an eastern publication at club rates, we will furnish any one of the maga zines or papers named in the following list, with the Time, one year for the sum indicated : GodeyVLady's Book, $3. Harper's Magazine, $3. New Jerusalem Messenger, weekly, $2,50. Boston Investigator, weekly, $2,50. y By subscribing for papers In this way, $1 can be saved in some instances ; in others, only 50 cents, but even that is something of an inducement in these hard times. We have many other papers among our exchanges'that wo can recommend as well conducted and interesting, and though wo cannot in all cases offer the above inducement, wo will receive subscriptions for any of the publica tions named in our list of exchanges, if desired, .at the regular rates, and forward them to the pub lishers. Notice of Hooka, Magazines, &c. s Peterson's Ladies National Magazine for August, c...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 15 July 1857

h u m onou 0 GRAND HAVEN ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND RAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND RAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND RAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. A little laughter, now and then, Ii relished by the wisest men. Wanted to see how he did it. Astrong, heart, lazy loafer, who preferred begging for a precarious subsistenco to working for a 8uro one, called at the house of a blunt Massachu setts farmer, and in the usual language of his tribe, asked for some cold victuals and old clothes. " You appear to bo a Btout, healthy look ing man," said the farmer; "what do you do for a living !" v " Why, not much, except traveling from one place to another." " Traveling about, eh! Can you travel pretty well I" " Oh, yes, I'm pretty good at that." " Well then," said the farmer, coolly open ing the door, 44 let's see you travel." . Pretty Good. 11 Bob, Harry Smith has one of the greatest curiosities you ever saw." " Don't say so what is it?" " A tree which never sprouts, and which becomes smaller the older it grows." "...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 22 July 1857

Ifffi 1 1 A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1857. WHOLE NO. 298. VOL. VI. NO. 38. THE GRAND IMES. if 1 s T l! ' S r The Grand River Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN. EASTMAN & 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. 0" No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Time. Size of Advertisement. No. Sauares. i Column. 1 i 2 i 3 4 I 1 2 25 3 50 4 25 5 00 ' One week. Two weeks. Three " One month. 50 1 00 1 50, 2 00 7-51502 25 882 3 I 3 4 5 325 5 6 7 7 50 8 50 425 0 50 1 2 50 3 75 5 50, 8 7 10 11 13 15 Two months 1503505 6 50 Three " i Six " Nine " Ono year. 7 850 12 50 85010 10 11 11 12 11 17 20 25 20 30 Special Notices, Ave cents a line each insertion. Business Cards $3,00 per annum. Advertisements unaccompanied wit...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 22 July 1857

From the New York Daily News, J une 25A. One of the Thirty Pieces. Characters translated by Mrs. Porter the Spirital Medium Spiritual Grip Sees Judas Ftnds Jus Birthplace and his Age He recognizes the SheM Who will explain f Editor N.Y. Daily News: Having seen a notice in your paper concerning a shekel or coin a perfect representation of those which betrayed Jesus I called at No. 70 Wall St. and procured one. The thought strnck mo that I would go to some one of the prominent spiritual mediums and try her skill, not only in bringing up Judas, but in translating the characters on the piece. After making some Inquiries I ascertained that Mrs. Harriet Porter, of No. 221 W.31st street, stood the highest, she having predicted the loss of the Pacific on the 23d of December, at the Tremont House, before she left the port of New York on her last trip. Mrs. Porter also predicted the death of Vice-president King one year before it occurred. These, with many other wonderful predictions told of ...

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. — 22 July 1857

THE GRAND RIVER TIMES, Jcly 22. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Commendation. Since we have had charge of tho Timet, although we have not been able to do n well as we have wished, or could under other circumstances, wo have received a large number of commendatory notices from our brethren of the press. Although such words are pleasing to us, tend by no means lost, we have not heretofore copied any of them, thinking that such a course smacks too much of egotism, especially if perse vered In from week to week. The old adago is true which says "self-praise is in effect dis-pralsc." Yet It may do to occasionally publish a friendly notice, and we have therefore resolved to copy a few words of commendation from our exchanges, ns specimens of many we receive. The Vermont Citizen says : The Times is a good specimen of a western paper fresh and vigorous. The editor is an able nnd entertaining writer. The Clayton Co. Herald, among other remarks, has the following concerning our paper: It bears the m...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 22 July 1857

CHICAGO advertisements: GRAND RAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND RAJPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND 3APIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. ii u n o n o u o A little laughter, how and then, Is relished by the sliest men. Musical Catechism' lit. What is a slur? Almost any remark one singer makes about another. 2nd. What is beating time ? Singing so fast that time cannot keep up with you. 3rd. What is a rest!. Going out of tho choir to get some refresh ment. 4th. What is a staccato moTement? , , Leaving the choir in a huff, because dis satisfied with the leader's requirements. 5th; What is a swell? , A professor of music who pretends to know everything about the science, while he can not conceal his own ignorance. A man attempted to seize a favorable opportunity a few days since, but his hold slipped and he fell to the ground considerably injured. . Aphorisms. There are many men who delight in playing the fool, but who get an gry the moment they are told so. In medicine, a Brougham goes much fur ther than knowle...

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. — 29 July 1857

V?- .17' - VV.T: GRAND MVER TIMES. . r n , .'('NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS vol: yi. no.3? EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN; WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1857. WHOLE NO. 299. r i n . i i , .m ... : The Grand River Times. UnLISUPD-'EVERY WEDNE8DAV 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. Q7" No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Time. Sizk op Advertisement. No. Squares. Column. 1 I 2, 3 4 i 1 50100,150 2 00 225 350 4 25 5 00 75:1502 25 3 3 25 5 6 7 88 2 3 4 4 25 6 50 7 00 8 00 1 (250 3 75 5 5 50 8 9 11 150 3 50 5 6 50 7 10 11 13 2 4 6 7 850125013 15 3 5 7 85010 14 18 20 4 6 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 Kix " Nine " One year. Special Notices, five cents a lino each insertion. Business Cards...

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. — 29 July 1857

for the EastmanviUe Timet. THE DRUNKARD'S WIFE. 'Twas midnight, and the wintry wind.j Swept o'er the mountain's crest; When a mother pressed, in fearful pleeP? Her fair babe to her breast. The sky was mantled q'er with clouds, Fast drove the beating bail, The gathering stprm yent wheeling on, O'er mquntaiqf moor and vale. With waning hope she list'ning sat, . Famished, and chilled with cold; 1 Tut from her eye there beamed forth lqye, As pure as lips e'er told. Ah, faithless watch ! The tears stole fast Forth from her liquid eye ; She saw that both herself and boy Ere the morning's dawn must die. V Since morn was rosy in the east," (Sighed she), 'f I've watched for thee; Oh, William, has); thou not a thought Of thy poqr boy and me ?" . Then closer folded she her babe, And bowed her head in prayer; And wist not when its spirit fled, Death silent came 'mid darkness there. She kissed his likeness on her breast, That form so cold and still, With prayer's low accent on her lips, Her hear...

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. — 29 July 1857

SHE GRAND RIVER TIMES, July 29. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Agents. The followlpg named gfntlemen will qrt.as our agents for receiving subscriptions and advertisements for tbo Times. Their receipts will ,he considered as valid. James Sawter, general agent for .Ottawa, Co. John Bernard, Robinson. A. X. Cast, Grand Rapids. Post This Conspicuously:. We shall remove Jhe Times office to the village of Eastmanville, jnext Saturday, where we shall dispepse the news .of the day, under entirely new auspices, and with moro than our ordinary ability. Those of our friends who may choose to call on us, will find the Times office looking very nuich as of old, and our selves "picking up nails" aj the rate of .10 M.aday. QThls number of the Times Is very much crowded with advertisements, We shall remoye jibout two columns of them next week, so that our paper will present a moro readable appearance. K7"We learn by the Ghicago Van. Press, that the commencement exercises of the Rockford Fe male Seminary,...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 29 July 1857

. (continued roM first ros.) tutign of tho Graild Lodge, or tlio principles of the Order. - ' , . 2Jote. Form for examination of Visiting Brothers, as prescribed by the Grand Lodge of the United States; at its Annual Commu nication, holdcri at Baltimore, September, 1844. Ordered to bo printed by the Grand Lodge of Michigan, .for the information of Lodges under its junsaiction ; When a visiting brother presents himself at the door of a Lodge, it 13 his duty to band his card tp the Guardian, thai it may bo placed in possession of the Lodge. If the Lodge be satisfied of its authenticity, they will thereupon appoint a committee of three members, all of whom must havo received the scarlet degree, to proceed to the ante room and examine the visiting brother, One member of this committee must be the No ble Grand himself, or his Vice, or sitting Past Grand, or 6omo other brother known to be in possession of the T. P. W., whoso es pecial duty it shall be first to obtain the said T. P. W priv...

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. — 5 August 1857

G . 6BAI A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. VOL. VI. NO. 40. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1857. WHOLE NO. 300. r RIVER MIS, The Grand River Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY" EVENINQ. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN. 'KA STM AN & CO., ritOPUIETOHS. $1,00 a Year, In Advance. Is. in addition to the above, will bo charged for every 3 months that payment is delayed. K7" No paper discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. KATES OF ADVERTISING : Time. Size of Advertisement. No. Sauarcs. Column. 1(2.3 4 1 4 25 0 I 1 5 00 7 8 50 11 13 15 -Ono week. Two weeks. . Three " One month. 50 1 00 1 AO 7.")' 150 2 25 882 3 1 12503 75 2 00 3 4 5 050 7 225 3 25 350 5 1 25 550 0 50 7 50 8 10 9 11 Twomonths 1 50,3 50 5 7 Threo 14 ix " Nino " One year. 8 50 12 5013 850, 10 11 12 IS 20 10 11 25 30 Special Notices, fivo cents a line each insertion. liuslncss Cards $3,00 per annum. Advertisements unaccompanied with directions, ...

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. — 5 August 1857

k American Safety-Paper. It is a well established fact tlmt metnlic copper, carried about tho person or suspended in a room, has a very beneficial effect in pre venting certain diseases. JJr, burcirand oth era liavo demonstrated this clearly. Tho Hafety-paper, being chiefly an oxido of copper, refuses to receive organic matters, which is a highly important fact in a sanatory point of view, ana nas ueen suown in Bomo verv curi ous and interesting experiments. Letters ar riving from countries infected with tho plague, would bo perfectly frco from all taint, and could never communicato disease rendering unnecessary tho piercing and fumigation of quarantine. Applied to bank bills, it is high ly important. John It. Morton, of Cincin nati, caught tho small pox from handling in fected bank notes. Had they been printed on this- paper, it is certain this never could Jmvo happened. Anything that can act as a safeguard to tho public health makes us rejoico in tho pro gress of science, and wo s...

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. — 5 August 1857

THE GRAND 1UVER TIMES, Aua. 5. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Agents. Tho following named gentlemen will ijict as our agents for receiving subscriptions nnd advertisements for the Times. . Their receipts will Aid considered as valid. Jambs Sawyer, general agent for Ottawa Co. John Barnard, Robinson. A. X. Cart, Grand Rapids. Our Removal. At length tlio Times ofllco Is safely ; removed to and established In Eastmanvillc. A spirit of quietude and feel-at-homc-a-tlvcncss . already begins to pervade us In factwc feel quite 'domesticated in our new quarters. '.. We commcnecd removing the type, 6tands and fixtures from the old ofllco in Grand Haven, on Saturday morning last tho press" only having been taken to tho dock the afternoon previous und at 7 o'clock the same evening, the press and everything was fitted up and In working order In :tho new otflce. A quick and safe removal, in deed, unattended with tho slightest accident, and rendered doubly pleasant and ' agreeable by the gentlemanly att...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 5 August 1857

nuMonous A little laughter, now and then, Is relished by the wisest men. The Herald complains bitterly of the "price of living in New Yorkl" It certain ly is a fair subject of complaint that living is so dear, where life is bo cheap. Louisvifte Journal. The substance of a verdict of a recent coroner's jury on a man who died in a state of inebriation, was " Death by hanging round a rum-shop." Jinkits is a man who takes matters hu morously. When his friend was blown into the air by a " bustin biler," Jinkits cried after him, 41 there you go my cs-steamcd friend I" What a poor world this would bo with out women and newspapers I How would news get about f An elderly maiden lady requests tho in sertion of tho following: "Bad Taste. Pretty young girls kissing widower's children." One of tho English coal-pit men, who had turned vegetarian, went a courting to a plucky lass in tho colliery village, and " pop ped the question." " Oh," said she, V go along with you I Do you think I'm going to ...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
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