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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 29 February 1860

THE GMANB HAVEN NEW Otflamt 2. IJtamfctr fil. Gran&JJalmr, Stirfe., ebrwnru 20, 13150. $trms: $1.00 pu SUnum. - TUE GRAND HAVEN NEWS. , Published every Wedacsday, 13"V BARNS Ac FOSHA. TERMS: 058 HOLLAR rElt VBAH IX ADVANCE. $3T" $1 50 when loft ly the Carrier. "C ' Office, oa WaUinston Street, (Fi'r door uluv the Putt-0ic$,) Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michignn. KATES OF ADVERTISING. Timo, lag 2n 1 w'k, ( doTToo 2 w'ksX 75 I 50 3 w'ksAl 00 2 00 1 in'th,Sl 25 2 50 2 ino'O 2 00 t 00 3 ino'm,) 300 3 00 0 lno'e,) 400 8 50 1 ycar, 5003 00 3hi I 4sq it-ol i col leul 1 50 2 00 2 50 5 00,10 00 3 00 3 75 6 50 12 00 100 5 00 7 50 11 00 4 50 5 50 8 50 15 00 5 75 6 50 10 50 17 50 7 00 7 50 12 00 20 00 9 00 10 00 17 00 30 00 2 25 3 00 3 50 5 00 6 50 3 00 10 00 12 00;i5Q025 00!40 00 Twolirn ltno. . 1... I In i..n 1 tnnVn 1 uritinrn. Business Cards, not exceeding fix lines, $3,00. Legal alvortining atlogal rntec, fifty cents per folio for tho first nnd twenty-five cents per folio for each subsequ...

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. — 29 February 1860

$tt C3ranb cUabtn 2Jttas. Grand Haven, Michigan. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 23, 1880. ' TII ETATlJ CONVENTION. From The Dallj Free Press, Thursday. The Democratic Stato Convention yes Urdnr wm ono of the most respectable and imposing bodies that has ever assem bled in this State. All the counties, with two or three minor exceptions, were re presented, and moro largely by tho very best of the party than at any former con vention. Tho primary meetings and the county conventions had been fully attend ed, in which, in every locality, tho utmost earnestness had prevailed. This earnest ness this spirit of tho pooplo the dole gates brought with them to the State convention. It pervaded that body as we have never seen earnestness pervade a similar body before. It was manifest in all the proceedings. It broke out con tinually from tho first motion in tho con vention to the last. It grtcted the election of tho officers. It greeted tho election of the delegates to Charloatou. It was bois terous o...

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. — 29 February 1860

LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS. 0 D. it M. Steamship and Railway Live. A Lalo issue of the Milwaukee Sentinel says tho steamship l:no forming the connecting link ia tLo D. & M. IUil waj, between that city and Grand llaron, and consisting of the two splendid new steamships Detroit and Milwaukee, will be in full operation in tho course of a week or so. Capt. McBwdk has receiv ed orders to be with his ship on tho 28th lost, and have heriu readiness to leave hore on the 1st of March. Tho Milwau kee will also take her placo in the lino, just as soon as she can get out of Chica go river, which, with a continuance of the present sort of weather will not be long. The Detroit, at present having better ac commodation for passengers than her con sort, will run at night, leaving lilwaukoo every evening, and tho Milwaukee as much as possiblo in the day time, starting probably, at 1 o'clock, P. M., daily. The reputation of thoso steamships is now thoroughly established, as 6taunch, reliable and swift v...

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. — 29 February 1860

New Agriculutral Settlement TO ALL WANTING FARMS, A Rare dwortuniti im Delightful and Ileal. tJf Climate, ti mile Southeaet of Pkilndcl j'Aifi, on tk Camden and Atlantic Railroad, Neio Jereejf, AN old estate consisting of several thousand of acres of productive ioil, Lai been divid ed iuto Farms of various sites to suit the pur chaser. A. population of some Fifteen Hundred, from various parts of tho Middle States k New England, Lave settled there the pact year, im rrred their places and ruined excellent crops. The prioe of tho land is at tho low sum of from 115 to $20 per acre, the soil Is of tho best quali ty fur the production of Wheat, Clover, Corn, Peaches, Grapes and Vegetables. IT IS CON SIDERED THE BEST FRUIT SOIL IN THE UNION. The place is perfectly secure from frosts the destructive enemy of the farmer. Crops of grain, grass and fruit aro now growing and can be seen. By examining the place it self, a correct Judgement can be formed of the productiveness of the land. The ter...

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. — 7 March 1860

THE (G-MANB HAVEN NEW 1- Malum "2. Sramktr 02. C3rani 30abtn, STitfe., SJarri 7,1660. fl&ums: $1.00 ptr gnnum. u 1 THE GRAND HAVEN NEWS. Puuliabed every Wednesday, 15 "V DARNS Se FOSHA, TERMS t OSS DOLLAR PER TEAR Ilf ADVAHCB. $1 60 when loft by the Carrier. OfSoe, on Washington Street, (Fir$t door ulote th Pott-Offict,) Graud Huven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. BATE3 OF ADVERTISING. Time, j lq 2nq 8s I 4sq Jool jcol lcol 1 w'k. 501 1 00 1 50 2 CO 2 50 4 00 t fin TTTt 2 00 3 00 4 00 2 60 8 76 6 00 6 60 6 60 7 50 10 00 1500 6 00 0 60 10 00 12 00 14 00 16 00 17 50 20 00 30 00 40 00 2 w'ksX 76 3 w'knAl 00 1 in'thAl 25 2 mu',S 2 00 3 no'i,) 800 2 2 3 00 3 50 6 00 0 50 7 60 8 60 10 60 12 00 17 00 4 60 5 75 7 00 0 nio's, 1 yoar,( 400 6 60 600 8 00 8 00 10 00 BOO 12 00 25 00 Twelve lines or lees (Minion) make 1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding six lines, $3,00. Legal advertising at legal rates, fifty eents per folio fur the first and twenty-five cents per folio for each subsequent insort...

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. — 7 March 1860

gUWAItU. Senator Seward lias at last broken si lence In tho Sonato, on WeJnomlay, b inado an claborato speeclt, in which ho de fines his position very lengthily if not very minutely. Ho does not, however, ro nontico tho irrepressible conflict doctrino that ho announced nt Rochester, but, on tho contrary, reiterates it, although in not duito so pointed and oilensivo langtmge as before. Ho goes through with tho usu al platitudes and generalities about slave ry nnd freedom that characterize all his speeches, but tho whole interest centres in his treatment of tho doctrine ho laid down a year ago. He oflers no apology, no ex planation of it,but stands precisely whoro he stood then. He cannot and daro not renounce it; if he did he might as woll shut up shop at onco. Seward is going to stand by the abolitionists, nnd he ex pects them to stand by him, and they will do it. Dct. Free Pross. The Position of Miu Booth. Mr. Booth has been imprisoned in couformity with orders from the Attorney Ge...

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. — 7 March 1860

LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. Ou lUo afternoon an J evening of tho 29th 'ult. our friend of Grand Haven, assembled at our residence) to enjoy a friendly visit and practically evince their interest in tho cause wo aro laboring to promote. Tho gathering oxeccdod ' our highest expectations tho place being well represented either in person or by proxy. The varied, rich, ' and abundant refreshments, prepared and brought in for tho occasion, gavo unmistakable evidence of the ladies' skill in tho culinary art and of their goncrosity. Tho friendly greetings, cheerful counto nances, hearty laugh and free interchange of thought, all contributed to make tho visit interesting, pleasant and wo trust profitable to all proseut. To us it was truly gratifying to entertain so many as friends, among whom wo wero but a few months sinco introduced as strangers. Surely tho inhabitants of Grand Haven and vicinity have a peculiar and most sat isfactory way of making strangers feel at homo among th...

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. — 7 March 1860

New Agriculutral Settlement TO ALL WANTING FARMS. 4 Rar Opportunity DMjtyul and thy Climat, 24 mile Southeatt of J'ktladel. tkia, on tht Cumihn and Atlantic ! I X' - T AN old estate consisting of several thousand of tew of productive foil, hat been divid d into Farms of various slses to suit the pur. chaser. A population of some Fifteen Hundred, from various parts of the Middle States New England, Lave settled there the put year, Im proved their places and raised excellent crops. The price of the land is at the low sum of from f 15 to $20 per aero, the soil is of the best quali ty for the production of Wheat, Clover, Corn, Teaches, Grapes and Vegetables. IT IS CON. SIDEKED T11K BEST FRUIT SOIL IN THE UNION. The place is perfectly secure from frosts the destructive enemy of the former. Crops of grain, grass and fruit are now growing and can be seen. By examining tho place it self, a "correct Judgement can be formed of the productiveness of the land. The terms are made -easy to secure...

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. — 14 March 1860

THE . .-jGIRANB HAVEN : MWi ) r i V. !y r f I It I. HE GRAND HAVEN NEWS. Published every Wednesday, . .' . . - TKRMS nOI.LAt tB ftXtt IT, AnYATfCtS. JUr $1 &0 whoa left 1 the Carrie: -fiuT ' .; XpQUa WMlilnjjfoii Street, ' 7 . ( JVret uor , aboei (As Pott- 0$c,) Grand Ilareu, Ottawa Co. Michigan, RAtKS OF ADVERTISING Time, I lg I 2wg 31 4 Jcol lcol 1 wit. I 00 756TTuo;iTI5o 2 w'ks, 1 51) 2 00 2 SO 4 DO & 00 0 50 2 25 8 00 8 0 3 7 5 00 0 60 12 00 14 00 1500 17 50 8 w'ksAt 1 rothAl 4 00 4 50 srs 7 00 9 00 7 50 8 60 10 50 S 50 5 50 50 t 60 10 00 15 00 2 roo'8,) 2 00 5 0O 3 mo'iJ .300 6" mo'i,) 400 S 50 B 00 10 00 1200: noo: 0 00 30 00 1 yer.( 5008 00 12 00 25 oo! 10 00 Twolve Unci or lcM (Minion) mnkol square. Business Curds," not exceeding six line, $.1,00. . Legal advertising atlogal rates, fifty cents per folio for ttie first and twenty-five cents per folio for each subsequent Insertion. . Advertisements nnaceouipanittd with written or verbal directions, will be published uu...

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. — 14 March 1860

Heaping Hitter Fruit. The strike Among tlio thocmnkers yt Massachusetts was on account of tbo mis erably low wages they receive. It It sotno wbat surprising tbat this laro industrial interest should liave gone through tho tlio panic of 1857, ns'it did, without any material loss or . detriment, and sbouhl have boen rcdoceJ to so low an ebb jast at this time, when business gonerally w recovering from the chock,'' it then receiv ed, Tho causes for Ihia depression, how ever, and 'different from the causes that operated so injuriously at that liino, and it rofjnires but vorv little Investigation to discover what they are. "The wnrms -of tho .workmen have been reduced to' starvation point', or, a lh shoemakers of Natick express to that-kmt; where ''their present compensation tor. labor falls 4 far below the decent requirements of ' civilization, forcing many that have others dependent, on tboin for support 4 to procure a dishonest credit or become common paupors." The average of (heir wag...

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. — 14 March 1860

LOCAL AND. X$WS ITEMS. q Tdwushlp Democratic Caucus. The Democrat r,"Joctors of the township of Ottawa are requested to meet 1b caucus, at tbe Court-House! la the village of Grand Havori, on. Saturday evening, 24th inst., 1 e'olook, for tho parpose of nominating township officer for the ensuing year. A full attendance i desired. -; . By order -of the Committee. ' ' V '. ' t Stbim - Up. We notice that Messrs. Fibrt& Sow have commenced the mnri ufactur of lumber, at their steam-mill, in uf village, the first oao'put iu operation, to our knowledge iti, this portion; o our county. This serves togive our pillage an air of business,, to a much 'greater tleJ greo than horotoforo enjoyed, aik! affords employment to a purnbor of mei who have been for the most part, out of busi ness, during tho winter past. Other manufacturers of lumber seem to bo in no haste to commcneo operations. Tho prospect for .remunerative prices for lumber in market continues exceedingly gloomy, and no foriunos 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. — 14 March 1860

The Mississippi by Night. By night tl wend is ono of stftrtlinof interest oX magical - splendor. Hund reds of lights aro glancing in different di xections, from tbo vjllagos, lownv tows, nd plantations on shore, and front the -rnm'-uTfiaent ''floating palacos" of.itpam ra,P.lUl Jroquoutly .look" KVo moving mountains of light and. flarao so brilliant jr nrQ thoso enormous river leviathans il luminated, outside. . Indeed, tho, specta cle presented is like a dream of euchant "rncnt IrnBgirre -' steamer afW. stearaor .coming, swooping,' sounding, thundering .s-LUxing wiUitnosO Lliousanus 01 llgulS, casting long brill innt Tcflcctiona on the fast rolling waters beneath. There is of- , ten a number of them, one after another, ' like so many comets in Indian file. Some of thoso are so mnrvelously and dazzling , y lighted, they really look liko Aladdiu s -pakco on fire, (which it k irtall likclihootl t would be in America, and ekurrying and dashing down the stream, while, perhaps, just then...

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. — 21 March 1860

TME NEW Cnirt Jim, STitfc., Slartfe 21 ,'IfffiO. f trms: $1.00 Sltmum. i ) HI THE GRAND HAVEN NEWS. Tulllilioi every Wednesday, 33 "V Se rOSHA. TERMS I OJf DOLLAR MB YEAR IK ADVANCE. 50 when left by the Carrier, .flatf" Office, on Washington Street, (Fir&t door abort tht Pott-Office,) Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Time, lq 2gq 3aq 4sq Jcol 1 w'k, 50 1 00 I 50 150 2 00 2 50 2 wTss, 3 w'ks,) 1 m'th,) 1 2 3 00 3 75 4 00 5 00 1 00 1 25 2 00 3 00 2 50 4 00 3 50 5 00, 4 50 5 50 2 mo's,J 3 rao'sJ 2 00 300 400 5 75 7 00 0 50 7 50 i 00 a 50 8 50 6 mo t, 8 00 9 00 10 00 1 year, 500 3 00 10 0012 0015 00 Twelve line or lees (Minion) make 1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding six lines, $3,00. Legal advertising at legal rates, fifty cents per folio for the first and twenty-fire cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will be published until or dered out, and charged for. When a postpone ment i...

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. — 21 March 1860

tennug GoWn sign and kicking in lite doors of democratic p!ncc:i of iusitcs. TliCV were-armed with lniw. Lihnt.j Iinnd-snws, itink bottle. alififYxhoU.hmkon tumbler, dubs, stones, tricks, and in some instances fire artws, intent uon 'mis chief nnd the gJorifanlion of their ndored lender. Several of tlio places of prostitu tion kepi open houso iu honor of the event, whor ho rowdies could sinv dnnee, Alrudt and raise the devil generally, nil the while, yelling for "Long John" ns though their thronU were made of cat iron They say there- h n book kept in Iln dos, in which is recorded all such actions man commits in this world, for his peru sal and edification when at lnt ho goes horns I If such bo the- case, every man or devil, who could write, inubt have been calhxl up to help record, on Thursday night nnd Wednesday morning, to tho ncgloct of their other duties 1 nnd in hon or of tho event, it seems to rao as if those having in chargo tho "Chicago depart ment" will need a few days rest...

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. — 21 March 1860

LOCAL AXD XEWS ITEMS. . Arrivals. A few vessels have arrival from Chicago, to engage in tho lumber trade, yet business at our wbarves is far from Doing brisk. That Call. Wo were agreeably sur prised to receive a brief call, one dnjr last week, from n barny throng of tbe ladies of our village." We have since toiled with better and lightor hearts. ; - x Ts JJokmons. luo Mormons now number 120,000, including good, bad and indifferent. Tho number in Utah w put down at 38,000. Of these, 4,017 men have 10,50) wives. Battlb Creek Jeffersokiak. A daily with the above title has commenced its existence in tho enterprising villncp of Battle Crock, tho second number of which wc havo received. Wo hopo it may provo a paying institution, worthy its enterpris ing proprietor. Agricultural Warehouse. Wo take pleasure in cnllinjr tho attention of our readers to iho advertisement of A. F. Chubb, Esq., in this week's issuo of our paper, who keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of Agricultural Imp...

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. — 21 March 1860

PA TENT Ground Circular Saws! Ix? 31 A 4 the Agency for the '4jHsJ j ale ef C. A P Mehhs y Cast Steel bawe and U T"t-' prepared to furnlshSaws y of every description on r short notice. r -V The Sawi Are M&Dufna- tured at Detroit, and 01 the best Material, and upon the most approved principles. Each Saw U warranted to bo well made and perfectly true, and free from flaws. Communications by mail will always receive prompt attention. JCeferenctt 1 OliO. E. HUBBARD, Messrs. tCRRT a, be if. V Aornt, Grand Haven, M, J Grand Haven, M. Jaly o, 1819 ly n28 POVER & BAKER'S It excels all others In the simplicity of its con struction. It is the most durable, each machine is warrant ed for one year. It U the eaaiost to learn to operate. It fastens its own thread when it stops. The thread does not have to bo rewound as on Wheeler A Wilson's. It will stiUh, gather, run, and hem as well as anv other machine. It makes the handsomest stitch on tho face, of any machine ever offered to the publi...

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. — 28 March 1860

THE G-MAN.B HA YEN MEW Valvimt 2. Hamblrlfiff. tEcrms: SI.00 r gnom." I THE GRAND HAVEN NEWS. PublUhed every Wednesday, tCBMS: OXB DOLLAR TBR YEAR IX ADVAftCR. ay $ I 50 when left by the Carrier. Office, en Washington Street, (Fint door abort fe Pott-OJlet,) Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Time, j liq 2q 3q Uq jcol tool 1 1 1 U0 1 601 2 00 2 60 6 00' 1 60 2 26 3 Off 3 75 0 60 2 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 7 60 2 60 3 60 4 60 6 60 8 60 4 00 5 00 5 75 6 60 10 50 5 00 60 7 00 7 60 12 00 0 60 8 00 9 00 10 00 17 00; 8 00 10 00 12 0fl15 00 25 00 1 w'k, 10 00 12 00 14 00 2 w'ka. 3 w'kaAl 1 m'th.Sl 15 00 2 bio's, 3 uo'i, 8 mo', 17 50 30 00 30 00 40 00 1 year, Twelve lines or lens (Minion) mnke 1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding six lines, $3,00. Legal advertising at legal rates, fifty cents per folio for the first and twenty-five cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will be published until or dered...

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. — 28 March 1860

Grand Haven, JUlchiRfcd v ' WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 28, I860. Democratic State Convention. A Deraooretlo State Con ft nt loo will he bell in th City of Detroit, on Thursday, the 31st day ot May,iS00, At 11 o'clock A. M., at Firemen's Hall, fur the purpose of nominating candidate for State Officers and Presidential Electors, and the transaction of such business ai way proper ly come before tho convention. The ratio of representation will be the same as heretofore, to witt Two delegates for each Representative in the lower house of the Legislature, and ono del egate for naob organized county not attached to a Representative district By order of the State Central Committee. 6.D. ELVTOOD, Beo-y. From the Lansing State Journal. A POOR GAME. ; Every old resident of Michigan will re member with what hearty approval the recommendations of Gov. Bakry in 1842 was received. In those days of financial distress when every man felt his privato nnd the public embarrassment, every man, whether whi...

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. — 28 March 1860

LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS. Eiiction Tickets. We are prepared to supply on Bbort notice any qunutity of election tickets that may bo desired. Tho names of each candidate musf io written distinctly in full. Send in your orders at once. t $3T Messrs. Cutler, "Warts & Stidg mak are now receiving their spring stock of new goods. See new advertisement. 3T Our friend, Geo. E. Hcbbard, has just returned from New York. A fine stock or hardware, dec, will follow him next week. jCST Fred Becktkl, who was recent ly burned out in this village, has engaged new quarters, next to the old stand. He will open shop in a few days. The steamer Milwaukee arrived here from Milwaukee on Saturday ' eve ning last. She in the best of order" and will take her place in tho line regularly tho first of April. f3T Our young friend, George D. Sanford, has purchased the interest of Geo. D. Harvey in tho News Depot. George deserves and doubtless will re ceive a liberal patronage at tho hands of the community. jCdgT We...

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. — 28 March 1860

New Agriculutral Settlement. TO ALL WANTING FARMS. A Bar Opportunity in Delightful and Heal thy Climnte, 25 mile Southeat of Philadel phia, on th Camden and Atlantic Railroad, New Jereey. AN old estate consisting of several thousand of acres of productive soil, hu been divid ed into Farms of various siscs to suit the pur chaser. A population of tome Fifteen Hundred, from various parti of the Middle States New England, Lave settled there the past year, im proved their places and raised excellent crops, The price of the land ia at the low sum of from $15 to $20 per acre, the toil ia of tbo beet quali ty for the production of Wheat, Clover, Corn, Peaches, Grapes and Vegetables. IT IS CON. 6 IDE K ED THE BEST FRUIT SOIL IN THE UNION. The place is purfcotly secure from frosts the destructive enemy of the fanner. Crops of grain, grass and fruit are now growing and can be seen. By examining the place it self, a correct judgement can be formed of the productiveness of the land. Tbo terms ar...

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