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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 16 September 1857

'A. l- -"11: i i. t ' .'i I.: r-';i . t A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE:' . INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. 1 1 j EASTiANVILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1857.! . 'j;' ;;Hoio::;3()6:r VOL. VI. NO. 46. The Grand River Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING. ,',, , EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN. EASTMAN & CO., PROPRIETORS. $1,00 A Year, ik Advance. Is. in addition to the above, will be charged for every 3 months that payment is delayed. fjy No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Time. Size of Advertisement. Column. 1,2,3 One week. Two weeks. Three 44 One month. 50 1 00,1 50 75 1 50 2 25! 2 2 25 3 50 4 25 5 3 3 25 5 0 7 4 4 25 0 50 7 50 8 50 5 550 8 9 11 650 7 10 11 13 7 850 125013 15 85010 14 18 20 10 11 17 22 25 11 12 20 25 30 88 2 3 2503 75 Two months 50,3 00,5 Three 44 'Six " Nine ". One year. Special Notices, five cents a line each insertion. lluslncss Cards $3,00 per annum. Advertisements unacco...

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. — 16 September 1857

What O'clopk.Is It! , The secret raodoof roconitin an(J obtain ing information adopted by one of the rnost formidable associations in the, cadso of popu- iar Jioerty in wennanrwi vj iuj every dav Question M What o'clock is "it I "'The . .1. . i uninitiated regarding it as an ordinary inqui ry, answered it as a matter of fact; whilst the proficient would reply, " it is nigp noon at Strasburg," or, " It is the hour of sunrise nt Gottingjcn thus conveying information, and openuibejWayt for further conference. In this afro of social errors which have mis directed, the Lest cnergicajof , ourjiaturoand entailed grievous evils too heavy to be longer borne, tho plaid i jnqujryj fVyhat o'clock is it! might sorvo goou purposo Dotti lor pub lic and self-inauiry-.hk. J- . t-M u v.. , v) aWhat o'clock-is ! it master: politician, with your liples&dn; of the progress. of the age and the advance of liberal principles,' but for your heart-lovo embracing the maxims which lead to oflicial preferme...

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. — 16 September 1857

t THE .GRAND t UIVER TIMES, Sift. 10. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. , Aoknts. The following named gentlemen will Act as oirmgema "for receiving subscriptions and advertisements for the Times. Their receipts-will be considered as valid. James Sawyer, general agent for Ottawa Co. John Barnard, Robinson. : ' r . A. X. Cart, Grand Rapids. " " " - County Fair. Jesse B. Thomas, Esq., of Chi- cago, will dclirer the address before the annual 'fair of the Ottawa county agricultural society, In -EastmanvillcScpt.r24th. , . ,-. ' ,' V ; fjy A few late, flowers, things of fragrance and beauty, we gathered the other day and wove iinto a boquet. They bloom as brightly and mys teriously "as though the summer had not passed away and left them to die. 'Good Hbaltii. The present scaion Is univer sally healthy, throughout the U. S. As compared with past years, sickness Is "declining." In this vicinity every one appears to be enjoying the greatest of blessings, good health. Tork is selling in Plover, Wis., ...

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. — 16 September 1857

Somebody. Somebody's courting somebody, Somewhere or other, to night, Somebody'! whispering to somebody, Under this clear moonlight. Near the bright river's flow, Running so still and slow, Talking so soft and low, , , v ' . She sits with somebody. . racing the ocean's shore, . Edged by the foaming roar, ". Words, never breathed before, Sound sweet to somebody. Under tho maple tree, Deep though tho shadow be, Plain enough they can see Bright eyes has somebody. No one sits tip to wait, Though she Is out so late; . All know she's at tho gate, , . Talking with somebody. Tip-toe to parlor door Two shadows on the floor Moonlight reveals no more Susy and somebody. Two sitting side by side, . Float with the ebbing tide, " Thus dearest, may we glide Through life," says somebody. Somewhere somebody Makes love to somebody, . " To-night. A good 6tory is told of Berkley Crayon and Lord Alvanlcy, when an accident hap pened to their carriage. The former getting out to thrash tho footman, saw that...

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. — 23 September 1857

A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT .. ON ALL SUBJECTS. EASTM AN VILLE,' MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1857. WHOLE NO. 307. VOL. VI. NO. 47. The Grand River Times. TUBLISIIED BVERT WEDJSDAY BVKNINO. $1,00 A Yeah, in Advance. Is. In addition to the above, will be charged for every 3 month that payment is delayed. C7" No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : 'Tike. Size of Advertisement. No. Sauares. i ' Column. If 2,3 4 501 00 1 501 2 i I i I l 225 350 4 25 5 325' 5 6 7 4 23! 6 50. 7 50. 8 50 One weeK. two weens. Three 44 1 OnA month. 75 1 50 2 25 8S2 .3 I 2 503 75 503505 500 8 11 13 Two months 1 Three 44 2 650. 7 10 4 16 8 50.12 50,13 15 8!x 3 4 5 7 0 8 7 9 8 50 10 10 111 11 12 14 18 20 Nine M One year. 17 22 25 20 25 30 : Special -Notices, five cents a line each insertion. Easiness Cards $3,00 per annum. Advertisements unaccompanied with directions, wlll'be published until ordered out, and ...

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. — 23 September 1857

Syrup from the Chinese Sugarcane. Mr. Sheldon Swift, of "this- county, ban presented us with a large bottle, of syrup made from this new sugarcane, and tvo agree with him in pronouncing it O'.hnmbug. "While there is a difference between it and the syrup made from the common species, wo cannot discover that tho Chineso sugar cane syrup is in the least behind it in rich sacharxne matter. Syrup manufactured by Mr. Swift does not possess that green flavor men tioned by some of our exchanges, and proves that where such a flavor exists, it is caused by cutting the cano too early. Mr. Swift says ho only planted about the 16th part of an acre in this cane, that he made 140 gallons of juice, from which lie manufactured 30 gallons of good, clear syrup, and saved more louder than it would "be possible to make with any kind of corn on the same quantity and qual ity, of land. ' Ho further states that hogs and horses are very fond of it devouring tho stalks to the very ground. ' ; ' ' Mr. Swift g...

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. — 23 September 1857

THE ORAND IVERTIMffS, Sept. 33, LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Aoents. The following named gentlemen will act as our agents for receiving subscriptions and advertisement farth Timet. Their receipts will be considered as Valid. ' ' - - j Jambs Sawter, general agent for Ottawa Co. John Barnard, Robinson. ' A; X:Cakt Grand Rapids. r, , Steam Up. We were quite delighted, yester- day forenoon, to witness the M firing up " of the 'boiler at the new steam mill In this place. Cer tain welcome sounds, 'suggestive of confined steam toon after greeted our cars, aud carried our minds eye back to the days of Savart and thoso other old fogies.', The whistling of steam, ' withal, is in 'dicatlve of busy life and Its thrifty avocations. We expect to see Eastman's mill In active opera; tion in a, few, days. ' ; ; ' ' . The ' spread of Intelligence " may bo described as a half column newspaper article with but oue tdeaexprcisod In it Exchange. ;! : ,k '"For proof of the truth ; of the above,' read the lead...

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. — 23 September 1857

H u M o n o u oV' ' ' GRAND IlhVEN 'ADVERTISEMENTS. G&AND-JIAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS; .ORAD RAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND RAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. . r . . . t . . r j , A little laughter, now and then, r Is relished by the wl-est men. T r. Tho following U a . literal copy of the list of tho questions proposed for discussion fin a debating club' out in Jowa': ' ' " ' 1 " ' t Subgccks of Dislcuphion. ) : - . . ,. Is dansin Jnorralie'xong f " " Is tho reedin of fictislius wurks commendi blo f , , ; "tt V, I -;. ' r , : .. -r. ' :Is it necessary "that fcmaiU'.sljud rcsevo a hurray litorrary educa saunf " A Ort femails to taik parts in pollytix! Duz dress constitute tho moral parts of wimminl t v .1 . : i ' ' " First class in Oriental philosophy will ..stancj up. Tibbets, what is life f" ; , . " Lifo consists of money, a fast horse, and a fashionable wife!" ' ' ' "., .. ; Good. Next. . What is death V " A punctual paymaster who settles every body's debts and gives them tombstones as receipt...

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. — 30 September 1857

THE GRAND" MlVEB, TIMESo ' '" ' , . . . . ,t : ,.r. . , . -VI M . . , V i " ' I t: A .NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME OIBOD3 : INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. , t. , t .... -.rsrsxTr rstrrrf '!,i'bt-'vi;::6.. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN, AVEDNESD AY,' SEPTEMBER 30, 1857.; WHOLE NO. 308.! v.t.'!- li. The Grand River Times. '. O'UnLlSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENINfl. ",7 EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN. . j vjlsTsTM A Jf .COPIl O P H I E T D It S. si.no A.Yeir; in.' Advance.. 1. in addition to the above, w.ill bo charged for every 3 months' " that payment Is delayed. Kv No papertlisrontinucd until all srrearnffOs arc ; paid, except at tho discretion of the publisher. RAJES OF ADVERTISING; n-fj 'l. !'. i f Dnd weck:. I Two weeks. ,Thre ,i4. One month. SlZK OP .ADYEhTJBKMESlM No. Squares. 1 i 2 ,3 'SO 1001 '50 75 1 50 2 25 HS2 : ,3 J 1 "2 .103 7.1 ' Two months 1 CO 3 00 f i Three " ;Six Nine , . " 'One year. 3 4 1 irt 5 7 Q "8 17 ' '9 ho 7 8-r0l0 10 111 11 112 Column S 23 3 50', 4 25 5 3 2j! T. 6- i7 ) 4 25 050 7 CO...

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. — 30 September 1857

50 25 50 50 50 50 25 50 50 25 25 50 25 25 Best twelve beets, Oren Cadwell, 2d " 44 S. Smith, Best twelve carrot, A. Dickey, , , Best twelve parsncps, Oren Cadwell, Best twelve tomatoes, Benjcmm Smith, : ; r J Best peck of onions, Oren Cadwell, - 2d 44 u M. B. Willard, Best peck of beans, B. Luther, Best three beads of celery, H, Middlcroist, Best winter squash, N. II. Ferry, " ' Best pumpkin, J. Phillips, Best twelve white turneps, Luther Twogood, Besfc water melon, J. F. Cady, Best peck of table potatoes, Oren Cadwell, Tho Judges recommed a discretionary premium on kohl rabi, to J. H. Davidson. 50 O.N. CADWELL, ORRIN HALL, B. LUTHER, Judges, CLASS M. MECHANIC ARTS. Best sett of horse shoes, R. C. Lore, . 50 Best two horse wagon, Daniel Moody, , 3 00 Be6t single open buggy, C. P. Schertncrhorn, 2 00 Best single covered buggy, R. Bealcs, 2 00 Best twelve flour barrel staves, Nicholas Vyn, 50 Best thousand shingles, v Galen Eastman, 1 00 Best cabinet work, D. D. Brown, 50 Best sash, L...

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. — 30 September 1857

THE GRAND RIVER TIMES, Sept. 30, LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. AaEirrs.The following named gentlemen will art as our agents for receiving subscriptions and advertisements for the Times. Their receipts will be considered as valid. James Sawter, general agent for Ottawa Co. John Barxaro, Robinson. A. X. Cart-, Grand Rapids. Os a " Trami." -We Khali leave ourofllce on Tuesday next, to attend the editorial convention at Jackson, on Thursday, Oct. 8th. Shall probably " remain and attend the Jackson county fair, on the next day, (Friday.) Returning, shall be present Rt the Friend's convention at Battle Creek, on ..Saturday and Sunday. By glancing at the above programme, the reader will see that we have the good luck to attend three meetings, at the expense ' of only one journey. This is all very good but wc arc the most fort unate editor alive and shall have the pleasure of attending still another meeting far more interest ing to ns than any of those above named. Our readers shall hear from us...

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. — 30 September 1857

I - fJtt Toucnixo Incident of Fraternal Love. . illLVe ' (rave newer "read ft I more 1 tonclmigly b?autiful iacilenCtliixa the following,-. which oxhrr hVfiofVHuifo'' s!nW in' one'bf thej French court. M,Th6,, natural nobility of the j brouYer, p: fa tcr arb cxarhptas wortl. to, tb 'followed ly j5hoanfort)ijati;yoyty(pf ,tiir oyrt, pr'jViy other country, xia, .in evidence that, however dark the day,. an honost heart and a firm ro i roIvo will-oVorcoitlo' the rr.catofit obstacles!!! 4 A French' paper says that tucHfoRo pretty irl,' with bluo eyes "and "fair hair, poorly but neatly clad, was brought botoro the Sixth Court of Correction, undercharge .bfagrancji f ' ' ' L 1 " Does any one 1 clrtirh you ?" : ' asked the . magistrate. , ,"7,4 , . . , , , . ., JT " 'Ji u Ah ! 'thy good eir," said she', "I have ho iongcr any "frwiuW, ' my father" arid; ; mother , are Joacl I have only . my' ' brotho J iriies, but ho is as voting as I am. Oh! sir i what can ho do for me V . ... , ,( , ,,r , ...

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. — 7 October 1857

BIYEB 4 A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS, E ASTM AN VILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1857. WHOLE NO. 309. VOL. VI. NO. 49. ', The Grand River Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN. EASTMAN A 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. E7 No paper discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : Time. Size op Advertisement. No. Sauarcs. , Column 1,2,3 One week. Two weeks. Three 44 One month. 501001501 75 150 '2 23 S3 2 3 1 12 503 75 225 325 4 25 550 3 50 5 125 6 5 7 8 50 11 13 15 3 4 5 ! 650 7 850 10 11 650 7 50 8 0 11 Two months Three 44 Six " Nine " One year. 1 50 3 50.5 7 850 10 11 12 10 12 5013 It 17 20 20 25 30 Special Notices, five cents a line each insertion.' Business Cards $3,00 per annum. Advertisements unaccompanied with directions. will be published until ordered...

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. — 7 October 1857

indifferent cookvr as ignorant of tho art. How did ska know the art? It vrns almost accidental; t!io recollection" of soma good housewife's talk had served her in tho right time. The warm praiso bestowed by Edward on tho colfco was amplo reward. Ida bought a cook book during tho day. That sounds unromantic. But it was even bo: and sho studied it even for hours. -Dur ing tho afternoon her mother-in-law cauio in and Ida urged her to stay to tea. Tho old lady accepted tho , invitation ; not, wo aro Korrv to saw in tho very best spirit. Sho had opened the war on Edward's " butterfly " young wile, ana sno meant to ioiiow it up. When Edward came homo and found that liis mothor was thero his spirits fell. Ho saw, by tho coiners of her mouth, that sho had not fonrottcn their interview, ot tho pre ceeding day; and that her stato of mind was not a whit moro charitable. Ida's face was a littlo shadowed ; but she was cheerful and very attentive to his mother and happily icrnorant of her truo fe...

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. — 7 October 1857

THE GRAND 1UVEU TIMES, Sept. r0. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. AaENTS.The following named gentlemen will net as our agents for receiving subscriptions ami advertisements for the Times. Their receipts will bo considered as valid. James Sawyer, general agent for Ottawa Co. John Bauxaru, Robinson. Ai X. Cart, Grand Rapids. 1 " 07 The steamers Olive Branch and Michigan leave this place at about 12, m, as follows: Michigan, going east, , Mondays, Wednesdays : Fridays. 'Olive Branch, going cast, Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays. going west, . Tuesdays, Thursdays, . Saturdays. going west, Mondays, Wednesdays Fridays. $giT Oft to tho convention our editor. . ' Eastman's Stkam Mill. Tho. new 'mill in this place commenced running last Satur day. It worked beautifully tho boiler, eii gino and machinery being of sufficient size and power to propel even moro machinery than was attached. Tho engine and fixtures wcro made and put up by Wm. M. Ferry, jr., of Ferrvsburg, and, as usual with his work, fivo th...

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. — 7 October 1857

h u m on ouo GRAND HAVEN ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND RAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND RAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND IIAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. A litilo laughter, now and then, Is relished by the wisest men. 1 1 Caught. One of our editors who was a bachelor, having eaid in his last issue that he really wished he had a 6on, so that he could dress him up in fashion, ho was called upon the next day by his ' adorable," to whom he had been paying his address for the for the last two years, and asked if ho really said that. , . 44 Certainly, I did, my dear." "Well, William," said she, uhy don't you mako arrangements for one ?" Our friend was 44 struck all of a heap," and it's the first time he was ever cornered. He felt so mortified that ho sent right away for the parson. How Late ite Staid at Hxqgins'. A Judicious item of testimony was squeezed out of a village gallant at Medina, in the course of the Coroner's investigation. The Tribune there say6 that the facts, without addition or abatement, "are as ...

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. — 14 October 1857

A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. VOL. YI. NO. 50. EASTMAN VILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1857. WHOLE NO. 310. The Grand River Time3. PUBLISHED EVKnr WEDNESDAY EVENING. EASTMANVILLE, MtCHIGAN. eTs T M AN & CO., PROPRI EJ5J $1,00 A Year, in' Advance. Is. in addition to the above,, will be charged for every 3 months that payment is delayed. IE7" No paper discontinued until all arrearages aro paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. RATES OF ADVERTISING : 1 , Time. Size of Advertisement. No. Squares. Column. 1 , 2, 3 4 i i 50 1 00150 2 225 350 4 25 75100225 3 325 5 fi 8S2 3 4 4 25 (350 7 50 1 j200!375 5 550 8 9 1503505 650 7 10 11 2 4 0 7 I 850 125013 3 5 7 85010 14 18 4 0 8 . 10 11 17 22 5 7 0 11 12 ' 20 25 1 5 7 8 50 11 13. 15 20 23 One week. Two weeks. Three 44 One month. Two months Three Six- . 44 Nino " One year. 30 ispecial Notices, Ave cents a line each insertion. Business Cards $3,00 per annum. .Advertisements unaccompanied with...

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. — 14 October 1857

Tieaa-a-tlvo and full of "young' America "aV the citizens of Grand river valley. Farther more, In the lino of news, a report was in circulation In Ottawa county, last Monday, that Daniel Ball & Co. of this city, had closed doors. Such, however, is not the fact. They are doing business now as ever, and possess the entire con fidence of the citizens of this place. And as they are now offering exchange on New York, which, we understand, they did not a few days ago, money matters look better in Grand Rapids at -recent than for the past tbreo weeks. Indeed, the latest news from all parts of the country is not so dis couraging now as once, and leads us to believe that tho " crisis v has passed." 'The recent fire In this place must have very ma terially changed the looks of the city. We were never here previous to to-day, and therefore can not Judge of the amount of the loss. From the present appearaqco ,of he locality where the fire raged, we think it must have been quite a severe blo...

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. — 14 October 1857

THE GRAND ' RIVER TIMES, Oct. 14: LOCAL AMD MISCELLANEOUS. Agents. The following named gentlemen will act as our agents for receiving subscriptions and advertisements for the Times. Their receipts will be considered as valid. ; ' JaMes Sawtkr, general agent for Ottawa, Co. Jonx UAiiKAnD,'Kobinson. A. X. Cary, Grand Uaplds. ' - ' CE?7 The steamers Olive Branch and Michigan leave this placo at about 12, u, as follows : Michigan going east, going west, ; s L Mondays, . . ' Wednesdays . . Fridays, i Olive Branch, going east, Tuesdays, Thursdays , , Saturdays. - Tuesdays, Thursdays, . Saturdays. going west, Mondays, . . , Wednesdays Fridays. ' ' Concert. Thb juvenile clas?) consisting ,of" forty or fifty lads and lasses from fivo to fourteen years of ago will givo a public re hersal in the Congregational Church, at La ..tnont, under tho direction of Miss Martha 1 P. Cowles, on Friday ' evening next, Oct. 16tb. inst. The music will embrace some of the best selected Chorusscs, Quartettes, ...

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. — 14 October 1857

h u r.i o n o'u o GRAND HAVEN ADVERTISEMENTS, ORAND RAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND RAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND RAPIDS ADVERTISEMENTS. A little laughter, now and then, Is relished by the wisest men. ,r " Please, mister givo mo a ' bundle o' .hay." ' ' .' , , ;,' '. : u '.'V " Yes, my son ; sixpenny or shilling bun 'die."'; . ; , ,. .";';; ' , V.-.V;- , Shillin,.w V " Is it for your father ?" - ' 44 No, guess 'taint -It's for. the boss. . ''Jly ' father don't eat hay." , ' ; , ;. 44 Here's your money, dolt. Now tell me why your master;wrote mo eighteen let ters for that contemptible sum,", said an exas perated debtor. 44 I'm 6uro sir, I can't tell you sir, but if you excuse me sir, I think it were bocause seventeen did'nt fetch it." v ' 44 You havn't opened your mouth dur tho whole session," complained a member of the legislature to another . representative. 44 Oh, yes, I have," was tho reply ; 44 1 yawn ed through the whole of your speech.". "Shall we take a 'bus up Broad way !" said ...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
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