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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 21 October 1857
IT H A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS. VOL. VI. NO. 51. EASTMANVILLE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1857. WHOLE NO. 311. nn 1 TIMES. ss ) I The Grand River Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING. EASTMANVILL12, MICHIGAN. EASTMAN & CO., PROPRIETORS. 31,00 A Ykau, 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 tho publishers. HATES OF ADVERTISING : Tun;. Size ok Advertisement. No. Sauarcs. , Column. 1 f 2i 3 nn i nn i nn Two weeks. 7-r I SO ti 25 'A Three J., One month. 1 UWMo Twomonthsl503 505 Three 4i '1 4 0. Six " .i 5 7 Nino " 10 8 One year. ! 7 JJ I T 7 f A 323 5 hi 7 I 4 42o 050 7 50 8 00 5 S00 8 9 11 6 50,7 10 11 13 7 1 8 50 125013 15 85010 11 ' 18 20 10 111 17 22 25 11 1 12 20 25 30 Special Notices, five cents n line each insertion. Business Cards $3,00 per annum. Advertisements unaccompanied with direction...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 21 October 1857
tho forest, not a hardy frame- but has born unflinchingly tbo 1 beats of summer and tho frosta and snows of wintcrBtill laboring on and now with fearless brow and eyo tthat droops not at tbe lightning' threat, they ttand ready for tho unknown trials of war. ' , r ' But on tho other aide- matk tho flower of tho mpulacd trembling nervously beneath tho imwketY weight,-and wilt ing liko any other flower beneath tho summer Bun. Hero aro tho contents of tho counting room, tho office, tho factory and tho saloon. Hero is tho man of avarice, whoso sniveled form has sought in vain to tho dimensions of tho microscopic soul within. Tho man of fanciod courage, whoso teeth chat ter with fear lest ho should bo thought afraid; tho man of vico who farely rushes' into any courso that promises to free him from himself; and last, but not least, " Young Ameri ca," escaped in an untimely hour from yet unfinished pa rental discipline, clad in tho ideas of his own greatness, liko David in the armor of Saul...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 21 October 1857
tbo Jackson postmaster, find Mr. J.T.Bouton,ono of the state prison contractors. Wo rcmaUicd at the Hibbard House until Friday noon, when' we left for Detroit. '" Arrived ,fccrc, at two o'clock, p. jx., and passed the remainder of tho day in viewing a city where in 1853 we were well acquainted. It was a matter of astonishment to us to see so Httlo change the city, in almost fQvery respect, is the same that it was four years ago. . "A few ..buildings have been erected, yet but very few! , We took supper at the Biddle House, where wo again met Mr. Henderson, of the Allegan Jtarnal. Tho u Biddle " lias long had the reputation of being the best hotel in the lty. ,; ' ' (CONCLTJSION NEXT WEEK.) THE GRAND RIVER TIMES, Oct. 21. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. agents. ino iouowing namea gentlemen win act as our agents for receiving subscriptions and advertisements for tho Tunes. Their receipts will be considered as valid. ". z Jambs Sautter, general agent for Ottawa Co. John Barnard, Robinson. . ....
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 21 October 1857
' Oorroopon c3.oxa.oo ' For tlie Eastinanville Times. i y Intemperance. In looking at the past history of the world wo discover many changes and aro lod to en quire the causes which have conduced to the decay of governments and national existence. Wo say, then, that thero aro periods in the world's history when drunkenness, thick and fast, seems to have settled liko a pall on tho human intellect, and palsied all its energies. Such was tho night; that settled slowly and foarfully over Europe, on tho dismember ment of tho Roman Empire, and shrouded tho world for ages in its rayless gloom. But as those dark centuries went by with their leaden tramp blotting out nations from tho map of nations, thero was slumbering be neath a principle, which was crolong to burst forth, with volcanic energy, and .placo tho human mind onco again on that lofty van tage ground which Roman ambition and Gre cian refinement had never attained. Such was tho reformation, when tho hu man mind awoko from its deat...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 28 October 1857
, I!!; 'Mi nn A NEWSPAPER FOR THE HOME CIRCLE: .INDEPENDENT ON1 ALL SUBJECTS. VOL. VI. NO. 52. EASTMAN VILLiE, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1857; WHOLE NO. 312. The Grand River Times. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING. KASTMANVjtLEj EASTMAN & C0Vn2JiZZiJ 81,00 A YEAn.'iv Advance. Is. In addition to tho trliovc, will bo charged for every 3 months that payment is delayed. . No paper discontinued until all arrearages arc paid; except at the discretion of the publishers. KATES OF ADVERTISING: Time. SlZH OF jAd VEKTIftEMETfT. No. Squares. Column. ' "' ' 1 1 2, a- 4 i I i , f .'.I ' Ono week. 50 1 00 1 00 2 ' 2 W 3 50 -4 25 . ' Two weeks., .751150.2 2.") 3 , 32 5 7 . Three " 882 :i 4 4 251050,7 50 8 50 One month. 1 250375 5 550 8 0 11 Two months 150,3 50 5 0 50. 7 JO U 13 Thrco 44 2 4 0 7 8 50 125013 15 Six " '3 5 7 85010 14 18 20 Nino " 4 0.8 10 U 17 22 25 , Ono year. 5 7 0 11 12 20 2) 30 Special Notices, flvo cents a line each insertion. , Business Cards $3,00 per annum. Adverti...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 28 October 1857
U-Jil 1 -'"- - - - -t - Eastmanvillo Crockery Creek and Grand Haven, it only ! ranged at 8 to 9, and 12 I believe, at Grand Rapids. I know of but one solution to . this apparently unnatural do grco of cold at these different places, and it is somewhat as Dr. Kane accounts for his open polar 6ca, by a warm under current; the winds that sweep over Chicago and iheso points 100 miles Bouth of us, aro constantly in contact with frozen earth and snow all the way from the Pacific coast while in passing 100 miles over Lako Michigan its under surface im bibes warmth and moisture breathing its warm kisses upon the face of our charming valley cro the heavier cold air abovo has timo to settle down and extinguish its kindly pro tective iufluoncc, . If this theory is correct, then when Lako Michigan freezes over you may coaso to plant your fruit orchards. For. a few hours only on the morning of tho 12th inst., tho thcrmometor stood 20 below zero the wind was gently and steadily from tho north-eas...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 28 October 1857
Tltf GUAND HIVER TIMES, Oct. 28. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Aqents. Tho following named gentlemen will act as our agents for receiving subscriptions and advertisements for the Times. Their receipts will be considered as valid. James Sawyer, general agent for Ottawa Co. Jonx Harvard, Robinson. A. X. Gary, Grand Rapids. " Dy The steamers Olive Branch and Michigan leave this place at about 12, M, as follows : Michigan, going cast, going west, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays Thursdays. Fridays. Saturdays. : Olive Branch, going east, going west, i luesdays, Mondays, Thursdays Wednesdays Saturdays. Fridays. Personal. Mr. M. II. Mosey, late of the Eaton Rapids Argus, a gentlemen whoso acquaintance wo made at the editorial convention in Jackson, called on us to.day. He is a good democrat, and wc an ticipate having a social timo before we part com pany. The district school in this village common cesnext Monday, under the superintendence of Mr. Colorove, of Grand liapids. ttp"llaving a pamphlet o...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 28 October 1857
. ; '. i'. A Quaker's Lottor. ;:. To the Watchmaker. -7I here with' send thoo-my pocket clock, . 'which, greatly stanueth in need of thy friendly correction. t The last ! time ha was at thy Bclibol, ho was in no way reformed; , for I perceive ."by. the index of his face that he is a liar, and the truth is not' in him. Examine him, therefore, and prove 1 him, I beseech'thee, thoroughly; go that thou mayesf," being very well acquainted with his inward frame and disposition, draw him' from the error of his ways, and teach him - the way wherein ho should go. It grieves me to think of him, for verily I am of tlic opinion that his body, is corrupted with disease. Cleanse him, therefore ; for I will place hini 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. ...