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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 2 February 1859

illli lifli PUBLISHED DY ) . '..""'. u . 7 TERMS I BARNS & POSIIA.f .. "independent- $1.00 PER ANNUM WASHINGTON STREET. ) ' . ' '' ' J IS ADVANCE. ' . VOLUME I. GKEt-A-lSTID H-AuTTEISJ, MIOH. WEDNESDAY, FEBRTJABY S, I860. ISTTJCBEH, e. 18SQ. 1850. IS PrBLISIIRD EVERY WEDNESDAY AT Grand Haven, Ottawa Co. , Michigan, Office, on 'Washington Street, ifln lotctr tory, oppoiite the Pott-Ojfice.'$- Hates of Advertising. I jlw I iw 3m Cm Dm 12m lsquare $ i $ I $ 2 $ 3 $ A $J 4 column 2 3 6 7 9 j 10 column 4 V 12 15 20 1 column 7 1 10 j 15 I 20 I I 30 Twelve lines or loss (Minion) make 1 square Business Cards, not exceeding six lines, $3,00 Advertisements tinaceorapaniod with written or verbal directions, will bo published until or dored out, and charged for. When a postpone ment ii added to an advertisement, the wbulo will be charged, the saiuc as for the first Insertion. Letters relating to business, to receive atten tion, must be addressed to the Publishers. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. S. R. ...

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. — 2 February 1859

Important Railroad Cqusolidation. We have boon aware for some weeks pa3t (says the Buffalo Courier) that ne gotiations were pending between the Great Western and Buflalo and Lake Huron Railway Companies, by which the former was to lease the latter for a long term of years, and make Buflalo the principal Eastern terminus of that road. Tho matter has been up before tbe Canaidau Boards of Directors of loth roads f.t sev eral meetings, and the agreement was duly signed by both on the 10th of Do comber last. The negotiations have been kept from the public until this agreement has been submitted to the English Boards for their approval, and late advices from London state that the agreement had been favor ably received by the English Directors, and that it would be ratified at an early day. - The terms of this agreement are sub stantially these: The Great Western Company lease the Buflalo and Lake Hu ron for the term of ninety-nine years, commencing on the first of May next. The Buffalo an...

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. — 2 February 1859

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. S3T Tho profiler Michigan arrived at her dock yesterday morning in time. to connect with tbo Eastern train of cars this being the third trip of the nolle Bteamcr binco our last is3ue. Who will any longer doubt tho practicability of lake navigation during tho winter months f 0 Harbor at Holland. A memorial ha been presented to tho Legislature signed by two hundred and seventy citi rens of the Holland Colony, in this and Allogan counties, praying for tho graut of tho swamp lands in town six north, range fourteen and fifteen west, for tho benefit of the Lako Harbor Fund, under the condition of draiuing them aud there by remove a nuisnuco and givo moro room fur settlers. Two piors each two hundred feet in length" have" already been built of brush and stono, at a cost of $5000 (as sessed upon tho taxable property of tho citizens interested), which gives a depth of nearly six feet of water. It is tho do sire to extend thoso piers yet five hun dred feet to obtain a depth ...

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. — 2 February 1859

ABIDE IN ME." That mystlo word of thine, 0 sovereign Lord, Is all too pure, too Ugh, too deep for me j Weary with striving, and with longing faint, I breath It back again in prayer to thoe. Abide in me o'ersbadow by thy lor . Each half-formed purpose, and dork tho't of sin ; Quench ere it rise, each selfish, low deiire, And keep my eoul, aa thine, calm and divine. Aa some rare perfume in vase of clay Perradca it with a fragrance not itt own, So, when thou dwellest In a mortal iouI, All hearen'i own sweetness seems around it thrown. Th aoul alone, like ft neglocted harp, Growi out of tune, and needs th Hand divine; Dwell thou within it, tune and touch th chord, Till every note and string shall aniwer thine. Abide in m there have been momenta pure, When I have teen thy face and felt thy power; Then evil lost its grasp, and passion, hushed, Owned th divine enchantment of the hour. These were but seasons beautiful and rare; Abidi in me and they shall ever be ; I pray thee now fulfill my...

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. — 9 February 1859

mm w PUBLISHED BY i BARNS & FOSIIA. WASHINGTON- STREET. . . ) TERMS $1.00 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. Independent cltujstid hla.'vejst, nvrioi:., -weidistesid-a.", febrtja irt . ea 1859, w r i - 1 si .1869. 18SO. IS PCBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. Office, on Washington Street, jC9 lower ttoiy, oppotite the I'ol-Ojfiee.'Qi Hates of Advertising. Iw 4w am 6m Dm 12m 1 square , $ i $1 $ 2 $ 3 8 i $ 5 j column 2 3 & 7 0 j 10 column 4 6 j ViT7bj 1 column 7 10 15 20 25 30 Twelve lines or less (Minion) make ! square Basinets Card, not exceeding nix lino, $3,00 Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will be published until or dcrod out, and charged for. When a postpone ment ia added to an advertisement, the whole will be charged, the same as fur the lirot insertion . Letters relating to business, to receive atten tion, must be addressed to the Publishers. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. S. R. Sanford, Sheriff of Ottawa Co., Muskegon, Mich. James ...

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. — 9 February 1859

THE COUNTY OP MUSKEGON. The Xeic County of Muskegon A Spe- eimen of Black Jiepublica'n Legisla tion. Lansing, February 2. The bill for the organization cf the county of Muskegon to day passed tho Senate by a veto of 19 to 12. This is a movement thnt is worthy of moro than a passing notice. If there is any one measure before this Legislature that contains iniquity in all its parts, this is the one. - It may not be 60 iniquitous in its conception. It may bo that there was some desire on the part of a few people residing in Muskegon village to be organ ized into a new county. Thero has been a dispute existing for a long time between this village and Grand Haven on tho question of the location of tho county seat of Ottawa county. Out of this grew tho desire fur the new county organiza tion. It was distinctly shown that other than in the villago of Muskegon and on White River there were no settlements in all tho territory proposed to bo erected in - to n county. It yas shown, further, th...

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. — 9 February 1859

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. . ST Tha Good Tmnnlnrt of lago now number about sixty. They are 3.! .1 1. aoiug n goou worK. Gone. Wm. II. Prescott, tho His torian, died suddenly, "at Boston, on tho 26th ult., of Paralysis. STTho Singing School under tho tuition of Professor Van Norman, comes to a close this week. A Concert may be expected soon thereafter. 0 JT2T Nunica Station is now the West ern terminus of tho tido mail contract between Grand Rapids and this place. From that point hither tho mail is con veyed by railway. i... gST The place to buy the prettiest, tho most comical, and cheapest Valentines in town, is assuredly at the News Depot of our friend Patterson See Adver tisement. JC3T Sleighing in this vicinity nevr was better than it is now. Business of every kind seems to have revivied to a good degvo, and our streets present, con-r scquently, nu unusual lively appearance. JC3T The Debate at Grand Rapids, on the Immortality of tho Soul, of which mention was tnado in one of our lato is s...

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. — 9 February 1859

; ONE BY ONE. IT CHAKX.B PICKKXS. Ooe by one the landi aro flowing, One by one the moment fall ; Some are coming, tome are going, Do not strife to graip them nil. One by ene thy duties wait thee, Let thy whole strength go to each ; Let no future dreams elate thee, Learn thou first what these can teach. Honrs are golden linksGod's token Reaching hearen j but one by one Take them, lest the chain be broken Ere tby pilgrimage bo done. For the Grand Haven News. Mr. Editor: Since my arrival in your village I have been often astonished beyond measure at the amouut of pro fanity prevalent among you. To mo it is a strange anomaly that men, occupying the highest position in civil society, sho'ld so far forget thoir dignity as men, and their character as citizens, as to allow themselves to indulge in a habit so uso- le3s, degrading and sinful. I never hear a man swear but I am re minded of an anccdoto which I once heard related by a christian minister. Hero it is : "I was, sometime since, walk...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 16 February 1859

; n s ii j y iiii-: iiifif p . liAKWB & i'UBllA, "INDEPENDENT" WASHINGTON STREET. ) V , ' , ,. - ..... X terms: $1.00 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. VOLUME I. i 1050. IS riTBI..1f ET y WEDNESDAY AT Grand Haven, Otiwiva Co., Michigan. Offico, on Washington Street, J"Js3In lower ttory, o;i;oiVe the l'ot-0jice." Hates of Advertising. L Llll J w t 3n I fim I "i I 1-'" 1 suuattoexH $ 4 l 2 $ 3 ) $ i j $ 1 column I a I 3 I S 7 10 1850. . j column 4 j 6 12 U 20 1 column 7 10 15 20 23 .10 Twelvo lines or 1cm (Minion) make 1 square Business Cards, not exceeding nix line, $3,00 Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will bo published until or dered out, ana charged for. w hen a postpono mcnt Is ndded to an advertisement, the whole will be charged, tho anmo as for the first insertion, Letters relating to business, to rceeivo ntten- tion, must be addressed to tho Publishers. BUSINESS DIHEOTORY. S. R. Sanford, Sheriff of Ottawa Co., Muskegon, Mich. James P. Scott, Clerk nnl 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. — 16 February 1859

It 1 m u A: D X A 1 T THE HOMESTEAD BILL. The following is the bill to secure home steads to actual settlors on the public domain, which passed the House of Rep resentatives on the 2d inst : Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative! of the United States in Congress assembled, Thatany person who is the head of a family) or has ar rived at the age of twenty-one years, ana is a citizen of the United States, or who shall have filed his intention to become such, as required by the naturalization laws of the United States, snail, trom anu after the passage of this act, bo entitled to enter, free of cost, one quarter section of vacant and unappropriated public lands which may, at the time tho application is made, be subject to private entry, at II 25 aero, or a quautily equal there to, to be located in a body, in conformity with tho legal subdivisions of tho public lands, and after tho same shall have been surveyed. Skc. 2. And be it further enacted, That persons applying fo...

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. — 16 February 1859

LOCAL DEPAL TMENT. 0 Teachera' County Association. The Teachers of Ottawa Count are hereby in vited to moot at the Union School House, a Lament, at on o'clock P. M., on Saturday th 2Cth Inst, for th purpose of forming a Count Teachers Association. A full attendance is de tired. J. A. Basheld, Prin. Un, School, Q. II. Frederick Roe. " " " Lamont Grand Haven, Feb. 11, 1859. 3T The Legislature of this Stato ad journed on Monday last, nl noon. jtST The propeller Michigan, Capt. Hopkins, arrived at this port last eve niog, from Milwaukee, fully laden will freight and passengers. Wo arc indebted to tho gentlemanly Clerk, Mr. Fred. J. Thomas, for late pa pers. Wo regret that the crowded stale of our columns will not admit of tho inser tion, this woek, of liU interesting cominu cation. jt5T. Hons. II. Peknoter and Jas. Daltox, were chosen, hy the Democratic Couuty Convention, held at tho Court Houso in this village, on tho 15th inst,, delegates to attend the Democratic State Convention, to ...

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. — 16 February 1859

"OUR DAILY BREAD." A beggar boy stopped at nian' door " I am homeless, frlondlcss, and faint and poor," Suid the beggar boy, as tho tear drop rolled Down his chock, blanched with want and cold; " Oh give mo a crust from your board to-day. To help tho beggar boy on bis way J" " Not a crust or a crumb' tho rich man eald "Bo off, and work for your daily bread !" Tho rich man went to tho parish church His faoo grew grare as ho trod the porch; And the thronging poor, tho untaught mass, Drow back to let the rich man pass. The sorvico began, the choral bytnu Aroso, and swelled through tho long aisles dim; Thcro tko rich man knelt, and tho words ho said Woro " Givo us this day our daily bread !" ICE BOAT TOR THE RIVERS. NORTHERN For tlio last two years, Mr. Norman WiarJ, of Jnncsvillo, Wis., has been , en gaged in perfecting n plan for an ice boat to do propelled bystcnm, to navigato our northern rivers. During tho past win ter, Mr. V. has been in New York, by tho aid of somo of tho largest...

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. — 23 February 1859

IIJ1W11I PUBLISHED BY J BARNS fc FOSHA.V " I3STDEPENDENT " TERMS : $1.00 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. WASHINGTON STREET. VOLUME X. OIRDTID H-VElSr, MICH., WEIDlSrDBSID-A-r, FEBPlXJDa: S3, 1859. 3STTJMBE3R, O. .Y '9 ! it i'V : isbo. yvTSTD have,, IS rCBLISDED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. Office, on Washington Street, lotctr itory, oppotllt (h ru$t-0lce."& Rates of Advertising. 1859. I lw 4w 3 in 6ui Dm 12m lsguaro $T II $ 2 $ 3 3 I 3 j column 2 3 5 7 0 10 j column 4 l W 12 16 20 1 column 7 10 1 15 20 25 30 Twelve lines or less (Minion) make 1 square, Business Cards, not exceeding six lines, $ 3,00 'Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will be published until or dered out. and charged for. Whan a postpone' ment ia added to an advertinement, the whole will be charged, the some as for the first insertion. . Letters relating to business, to receive atten tion, must bo addressed to tho Publishers. I3XJBI3MESS DIREOTORV. S. R.Sanford, Sherif...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 23 February 1859

CUBA IN NEW ENGLAND. Tbo democratic Stale convention of Connecticut, held at Middletown, recent ly, resolvtd that 4,the possession by this government of the Island of Cuba is nec essary for tho proper defence and protec tion of our great and rapidly increasing commercial interest; that its acquisition would not only greatly bcuefit the man ufacturing business of Connecticut, and enhance the agricultural, mechanical and commercial interests of the whole coun try, but would put an cud to the importa tion of slaves from Africa who now find their market on her shores ; and that hu manity and interest therefore impose up on the general government tho duty of obtaining possession of Cuba whenever it can be done consistent with national hon or and justice." This expiession is con clusive of democratic sentiment of New England with regard to Cuba, and it is indicative of what the prevailing public sentiment of that section will be wih re gard to it. Mr. Toombs, in his speech in the Senato t...

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. — 23 February 1859

LOCAl DEPALTMENT. 0 Tna Concert. Yes, wo were at tho Court-IIouso on Monday evening as n listener to the musical entertainment giv en by tho Choir of Grand Haven, under tho direction of Profossor Van Norman. We wero highly pleasod, yea more, de lighted with tho music 10 beautifully and touchingly discoursed to us. Prof. Van Norman seems to possess all tho traits of a first class vocalist and teacher of music, and we should do injus tice to the musical talent of our village did wo intimate that superior attainment in this art divine, exists in any placo of equal size in Western Michigan. " On tho occasion of tho entertainment on Monday last, tho court-room was beau tifully decorated with evergreens, in such a manncras tho good taste of our ladies would naturally suggest as most likely to pleaso tho audience and give a charm to tho occasion, and conspicuous over all hung tho Btars and stripes y( our nation al ensign that we as citizens of this great republic lovo to gazo upon. Tho hal...

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. — 23 February 1859

THE TRESS. Wide as tba earth the Tress shall bear Free thought and speech on wing of (In mo, Till Faust and Franklin's names shall share A mora than king or warrior lame And man, rejoicing freed at length Shall bless the Pumtkr'h Art, that gave Jill thought and speech immortal strength, To free Earth's serf, and Krror'i ilare ! To the Editor of the New York Tribune. HOW. A SMALL FARM -WAS MADE TO PAY, Sir: I would liko to write you n few words ou farming, not tLo farming with a heavy purse, which ia ahlo to buy th various fertilizers and help from tho Em erald Islo, but tho funning which is dono mostly with ono pair of hands, having to contend with sickness and penury. Ten years since my husband purchased a farm of 75 acres, ono milo uoith-wesl of the then flourishing village of New-Britain, commenced his labor in hopes to improve his fnrrn and "support his family. Ho soon saw his mistake, that ho must feed his farm, beforo tho farm could feed his family. He had to resort to tho wor...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 2 March 1859

3 P-ffi -k Mf 551 . PUBLISHED BV. ) . ' .! ' : i " " ' " .7 TE H MS ! ' BARNS & FOSIIA.V , "independent" $1.00 PER ANNUM WABHINOTON STREET. ) ' " IN ADVANCE. : ."VOLXJOSE I. HAVEN, MICH., 'WEIDISrDESID.', MABCH S, 1859. WUMBER lO. rtf 7 186Q. 18S9. IS PVBMSF1ED KVER V WEPSESnaT AT Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. . , Office, on Washington Stroet, Jftrln lowtr ttory, opposite tht -0$io.-& Hates of Advertising. I lw 4w 3m I Cm"p)iu 12m lsquaro ' 5 column 2 8 5 7 9To I column 4 0 V 12 15 20 1 column, 7 10 IS 20 I 25 I 30 Twolro lines or less (Minion) make 1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding six lines, $J,uu Advertisements unaccompanied with written or Terbal directions, will be published until or dered out, and charged for. - When a postpone ment Is added to an advertisement, the whole will be charged, the same as for the first insertion. ' Letters relating to business, to receive atten tion, must be addressed to the Publishers. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. S. R.Sanford, Sheriff o...

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. — 2 March 1859

board or fsrrr.nvisoits. 5 SPECIAL SESSIOX. A facial meeting ofhc Hoard of Su pervisors of tho County of Ollawa, was held on Friday, February 25th, 1859, fit 10 o'clock, in tho forenoon, at tho School llonso, nt tho villago of Eastman vil to, in said County, pursuant lo tho following call: H'WfM, ll.v the roil nt i!iii"H of Ottawa County, tho oilieo f .hei-ill' mid the office of I'rojoeutin;; Attorney lime heroine vneniit, tho ineuraotnt boin rcMtleuU of Muskegon Coun ty, B'l Whtrrn; R.v tho ?aiJ division, tho County S oat of Ottawa County, At Grand Haven, him been c'rnvrul, and becomo nioro of a onr-lilel aud iueoiivcnicut location than horetoforc for tbo people of the Couuty furrrer, and WJitren, It is male.thc imperative fluty of the Board of Supcrvixora to order pptrt-in t elections to till vnciineics in County Offices, mid nn the election eiin be held with trifling expense nt the Annual Townchip Meetings in April next, na well na an cxpreiMioii of the removal of the Couu tj foo...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 2 March 1859

For the Grand Haven News. NEGROPHOBIA. To Mr. Lkx Vox :" My attention was directed to your letter, No. II., in tho Ottawa Clarion, ou the- objects of civiJ government, wherein you invito n cKso ex amination. I find some of your state ments so directly opposite- to my political faith I propose to look at tho subject, po litically, morally, or both if you please. After declaring what Tuos. Jeffer son said about tho " villainies" of slavery, I quote your statement as follows : " To say that a State or Nation cannot prohib it slavery within its jurisdiction, is a sole cism of too gross a nature to bo believed for a moment." What, in all candor, aro you laboring to arrivo at? I havo never known an indi vidual, of any political faith, pretend to say that an independent, sovereign State could not abolish it; nor do I find very good logic in tho use of a solecism. Good old Walker, as well as Webster's Una bridged, fail to solve the difficulty. And you say, " Still moro absurd and abhor rent...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 2 March 1859

MAN. Bay, why wu man ao eminent! raised Amid tht rut creation f why ordained Through life and death to dart hit piercing eye, With thought beyond the limit of bla frame ; But that the Omnipotent might tend him forth In eight of mortal and immortal powers, At on a bonndleei theatre, to run ' The great career of justice : to exalt Hie generoue aim to all diriner deeds ; To eh&ie each partial purpose from hie breast; And through the mist of passion and of tense, And through the tossing tide of chance and pain, To hold bis course unfaltering ; while the voice Of truth end rirtue, up the steep ascent Of nature, calls him to bis high reward. The applauding smile of Heaven t For the Grand Haven News, A TRIBUTE "TO JOHN WALKER," OF THE " CLARION." Mr. Kditoh: A torriblo timo, indado, did that howl sow'U " John" have with his " own boat," in fi'ching them are people ever tho raging waters, th' ithcr night. It's too bad, bo jabers ! it is indade, Mr. Nkws; a poor lackey of an Iri&hman...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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