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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 9 March 1859

I1 T PUBLISHED BY . , , ( TERMS I DARNS & POSHA.f "independent" $1 00 PER ANNUM WASHINGTON STREET. ) . ' ' IN ADVANCE. VOLUME I. 0R-nTD KVTB-CT, MICH., WEDNTEDAY, MARCH 3, 1859. NUMBER 11. I860. IS PVBMSIIEO EVERT WEPSBSOAY AT Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. , Office, ou Washington Street, J!yBrt lotct story, oppo$tte the Putt- 0Jfic.&. Rates of Advertising. lasa. I lw I 4w SmJ 6m fm 12m l4uare iTf"1 $ 3 $ 3 $ 4 $ T j column 2 a I 6 7 j 10 column 4 1 6 9 12 IS 20 1 column 1 10 15 20 26 30 Twelve linei or less (Minion) make 1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding nx lines, SJ,uu Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verhal 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 tame as for the first insertion, Letters relating to business, to receive atten tion, must be addressed to tbo Publishers. BUSINESS DIREOTOBV. S. R. Sanford, Sheriff of Ottawa Co., Muskegon, Mich. Jam...

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. — 9 March 1859

Negroes vs. Foreigners. The prop osition to Amend the constitution of Mas sachusetts, by roquiring of a naturalized citizen a residence of two years, after his naturalization, before he sfiall be entitled to vote, or become eligible to any ofiiee, has been passed through the Legislature by the black republican majority. Hero is a party ready to howl, as if fconio great wrong had been committed, over every view of political privileges which puts the negro race in any relation of inequal ity with white men; a party that has in sisted that the free States were laid open to the introduction of slavery, under the Dred Scott decision, by which negroes wero held not to bo cil izens so as to bring suits in the Federal courts, which proba bly not one of thorn would have occasion to do once in a ceutury ; and yet hesi tates not at nil to deprive citizens of the United States for such a man is, to all intents and purposes, after his naturaliza tion, except thai ho cannot be President, that off...

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. — 9 March 1859

LOCAL DEPALTMENT. $3T We iiro prepared to furnish tho entire county of Ottawa, and adjoining counties, with township election tickets, on short notice, and on tho lowest terms. Send us your orders with tho names plain ly written in full. B3T O Maple Sugar J we love it and 44 lasses" too 1 Any amount of the article received at this office on subscription. 3 Good neighbor Clcdb ! you attack ed us ferociously in the last issue of tho Clarion wo novor quarrel wo love our neighbors. Is it not the caso that 44 thou art beside thyself; that much learning doth make thoe mad !" t3T Messrs. Ferkt fc Son are about setting their largo Steam Saw-Mill in op eration. Tho first lumber in this part of the County made by steam power, will be manufactured by them. $5T We notice that the boot and shoo bhop, formerly located directly opposite our office, has been removed to rooms ad joining the Milwaukee hotel, where tho public are invited to call. Narrow Escape. A party of gen tlemen connected with the...

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. — 9 March 1859

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Seta of Russian sable furs have been sold in New York this winter for $2,000 and 12,850. The Senate of Missouri have ap propriated 12,000 to tlie Mount Vernon fund. The vote was unanimous. If a man, as the Scriptures say, cannot live by bread alono, ' is it not wise in him to take a hclp-iia. -By the Rock Island papers we learn that the ice on the Mississippi has com menced moving, and is piling up in its usual spring style on the shores. We like to sco a good card, comb, and brush in both the horse and cow sta ble, and we like still bettor to seo eviden ces of their use. Men who uso them are pretty caieful to give animals good beds. One, two or three good ladders of Umorent lengths should to tound about every farmer s buildings. In case of fire they will be wanted ; they cost littlo and w ill save much. ' The two rival candidates for sena torial honors in district No. 3, New Hampshire, are Walter and iJenjaniin F. llarnngton.brothcrs, who livo on the same farm,...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 16 March 1859

ISIT5M Sii5?r.TS e vi ri si v tj si r.ii y-j J r-L'.1 5 - V 2 FV JflrCS -iri i fcocf wjy ITUUSIIED BY BARNS & FOSIIA, WASHINGTON HTHEET. INDEPENDENT ' terms: $1.00 PER ANNUM. IX ADVANCE. VOLUME I. CZjIJ1X-ID ICIR... WEXD3XTESID-, MRCK 1G, 1859. asrxjM:Bi is. x r v r v rr I T" m L "1F" . . I n- TV I 1 JJjj nai.liWJj BMfljUiMjJ sLs-. mJ 1B60- 11 rtSUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT tSrtmd Haven, Ottawa Co., .tlicliigau. ' Office, on VVashtuton Street, fi3ln Ivwtr tory, oppoiite .the Pvt-0Jlc.f Rates of Advertising. II w I 4w I 3m 6m Urn f V2n .square iM I $1 $2 $ 3 $ 4j 6 j column I 2 3 5J 7 "tl 0 A column " 4 T0 U j 12 1 5" 20 1 column " 7 10 IS 20 25 3(f Twelvo 1 inos or loss (Minion) inl;o 1 square Business Cards, not exceeding six lines, $3,00 Advertisement!! iin.v-compuniud with wiitt.r or verbal directions, will bo published until or dered out, and charged for. When a postponu tnent Is added to tin advertisement, tho whole will bo charged, tho fame as for the first insertion. Letter ...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 16 March 1859

From the Detroit Freo Trees. THE BLACK JtUl'l'ISLlCAKS ANTICIPATE DEFEAT. It is our impression that the black re publicans will not be greatly disappointed if they shall bo beaten at tho ensuing election. They r.ro perfectly conscious that they desorve to bo beaten, and they observe signs indicating that thoy may get thci r deserts. For example, the black republican newspajor organ at Lansing, which betrayed its fears last week, groans again this week in the following fashion: "Just about hero nothing is being dono to secure tho re-election of Judgo Martin to the head of tho Supreme bench, and, indeed, it would seem that no general knowledge exists that tho first Monday in April is to bring with it any moro impor tance than attends the election of town hhin officers for a year." Theso apprehensions are well founded, no doubt. We can not hear that any thing has been dono in any quarter to "secure tho re-election of Hon. George Maktin," and wo are Mire that there is no deposition to d...

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. — 16 March 1859

i . "i I ) 'r ) ? w LOCAL DEPALTilEST. Wheat. A rcliaWo friend who resides nt Lnraotit, iuformod us a day or two since that th3 wheat sowu last fall, in this couu ty, looks very fine, and promises a boun liful harvest. Good. ) &3T The river steamer Michigan, ha commenced her regular trips from this ort to Grand llapids, leaving on Tucs days, Thursdays and Saturdays, aud ro turning on alternate days. Faro to Grand llapids, $1,00 including dinner. Fare by railway, 00 els., no dinner need ed the morning's steak not yet half dieted on arrival. 1 jC3T Tho steamer Cleveland, run ning in connection with D. k M. H. II., came in on Monday evening last. She seems to have been put in good ordor, looking as neat as a pin ; aud wo are as sured that nothing is wanted to mako her in all respects a first class passenger boat. She loft for Milwaukoo last eve ning fully laden with freight and passcn 37" Tho steamer Huron arrived hero this morning. Sho has been thoroughly overhauled, re-fiitled, n...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 16 March 1859

0, HOLY FATHER. ' IT I. 0. WHITTIER. 0. Holy Father, Just and true - Are all thy work, and words, and ways; 'And unto thee alone are due Thanksgiving and eternal praise ! ' Ai children of thy gracious cnro, We veil the eye, we bend the knee, TTIth broken words of praise nnd prayer," Father and Ood. we como to thee I ITEMS. - A favorite modoof introduction in Brazil is said to bo, " this is my friend; if he steals anything from you I ant re ponsiblo for it." I say, mister, how camo your eyes to crooked I" 4i Why, by sitting between two girls, and trying to tnako lovo to both at the same time." u Illustrated with cuts," said a young urchin, as he drew his Jack-knifo, across the leaves of his grammar. " Il lustrated with cuts," said the master, as he brought his birch to bear upon the ahouldors of tho witty urchin. A DocBtK Gira. In Iluntsville, Ala., there is fl double girl ! She has two heads, two tongues, four arms, and four logs, but one trunk, stomach, &c. Tho junction takes p...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 23 March 1859

PUBLISHED DY BARNS & FOSIIA. WASHINGTON STREET. terms: $1.00 ;PER ANNUM IS ADVANCE. ' INDEPENDENT voiLXJivrE i. GKEt-AJXTD DHLAVEIST, MICH., -WDBID3SrESr)A."5r, MARCH J33, 1859. NUMBER 13. 1850. 18S8. IS rt'BMIRED EVKHT WEDNESDAY AT Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Mchxn n. Office, on Washington Street, Jt&T'In lower itory, opiotite tht I'ot-0JJlcr.'T Bates of Advertising. I Iw I U I 3in I CHLUl"' 1 squaro r"TT 11 3 I 4 I 5 i column I 2 13 1 6 7 10 j column 4 6 V "l2 I 15 20 1 column I 7 10 I 15 20 25 SO Twelve- Hues or less (Minion) make 1 square. Business Qards, not exceeding six lines, $3,00 Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal diroctions, will bo published until or derod out, and charged for. When a postpone tnent is addod to an advertisement, tho whole will be charged, the same as for the first insertion, Letters relating to business, to receive atten tion, most be addressed to the Publishers. BUSINESS DIKEOTOKY. S. R. Sanford, Sheriff of Ottawa Co., Muskegon, Mi...

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

From the Deroit Free Fres, 20tb Inst, SHIFTS. The recent black republican Statu con vention declared approval of All tho parti zau legislation of the lato session of the legislature, instructed tho black republi can State committee to isuo an address defending such rartiz.nn legislation, and Nominated Mr. Martin for Chief Justice. That U whnt we call constructing a plat form aad pawing a candidate ujoii it. That i what everybody lias regarded ns con structing a platform and placing a candi date upon it. Tor a while sulxcoueut to his nomination Judgo Mautin did not ob ject to standing upon tho platform where ho bad been placed, uor did any of tho black republican prints intimalo that ho was not fully upon tho-platform and re solved to abide by it aud 6ink or swim with it. But for n fow days past n slight ly didereut song ban been sung. It has boon found that tho black republican plat form h a rickety concern, which great numbers of people who have hitherto act ed with tho black repub...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 23 March 1859

LOCAL DEPALTMEXT. Jt3T Tho Prairie Farmer, tho oldest Agricultural nnJ Horticultural journal in the West , is Me beat paper of the kind with which we are acquainted. 3T Isaac Rogers, Esq., from Berlin, in this county, presented us with the nicest nnd sweetest specimen of mnplo sugar we ever beheld. jJ3T Our neighbor of tbo Grand Rap ids Enquirer and Herald offers "a fair reward" for a eight at a local item in the Eastmnnville Times. Date or subject immaterial. t3T Lumber is improving. We hear of one sale of 800 m.'fcet deliverable on tho dock here, before Juno 1st, at $0 50 p m. feet This is quito a cheering aspect to tho lumber trade, it being at least one dollar por m. better than last year's pri ces. Vesssels ox the Bar. Standing on the dock this morning wo noticed two vessels on the South bar, at the mouth of tho river. Tho brig Portland and tho schooner Minnesota. Tho brig had on board a full load of lumber, and is report ed to bo much injured, fall of water, and it is a matter...

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. — 23 March 1859

C300& fttrcylm' 60lmn. S3T It will le ROon that "Vindrx" in tho following article resumes bis eub jectTcrapcrnnce. We are 6uro it will be found both profitable And interesting to our numerous readers : Mr. Editor: Having shown that it is our duty, uudor certain circumstances, to eacrifico our lawful comforts for tho snlce of our brethren, wo now proceed to show that the stato of society in our country juitifi.es the self-denying principles of to tal abstinence from all intoxicating drink. Wo refer to tho provalenco of drinking (if not absolute drunkenness) amongst us, and tho fearful amount of depravity and misery resulting therefrom. In ancient time3 tho practice of intoxi cation was only occasional ; at seasons of general festivity, or tho celebration of soma remarkable event; but now it is our daily and hourly curs Formerly the dupes cf intcmpernnco were comparative ly few; but now tho sin counts up an alarming propoition of tho population as its victims. In past agos tho pra...

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. — 30 March 1859

: r- w m.x i FCBUSH-D BT " ( TERM: BARNS & FOSIIA. "independent- $100 'PER ANNUM WA9HlaTO BTRKIT. ) ' ( ' ADVA sc.. VOLUME I. OPt-AJSTD KL-VElSr, MICH., WEDNESDAY, M-AJFIOH: 30, 1859. XTTJISBEH, 14. iaeo. imo. i ri MncA ttur wtrtDir at Ciraad Haven, Ottawa Co., Hirhigaa. Offi o, a ATUiojlon S Ireet, JSffJm Utrtt eWe, jifHil tk Pvt. Ojf!(.H Bates of Advertising. 6iu fin lliu 19 Twelve) line or lee (Minion male 1 pjr. Bailnea Cm Ii, tot exceeding ix hue. 13,00 AdTertietueutJ unaccompanied with written or Terbal direction, will be puhlih.d until or Wed oat, and ebar;red for. When a postpone ment U added to an adrtienietit, the whole will be charged, the nio a fur the firt insertion. Letter relating to buine. to receive atten tion, luut be ad treated to the Putlibe . business DinncTonv. S. R. San ford, Sheriff of Ottawa Co., Mutkrrnn, Mich. James P. Scott, Clerk an 1 Register of Ottawa County, and Notary Public. Oflice t the Court JI. .!. Georg Parks, Treasurer of Ottawa County, Gra...

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. — 30 March 1859

V THE LUMBER TIIADE. Slat Itic mnd Xtui from lh MammforUrinf Zh$tricfTl Lof'i9 of tit Putt Witrr Qtuintitirt of LumUrto it Cut thit eo Otorll ef Immktt im tht H'ftShingle; At. From the Chicago Pre aud Tribune, 21 Intl. SaOiaaw. At thU point tbe manufacturer are aorely diaappoiittod. Owing to lb unatnal delBM.1 Uit fll, and tb tlOM Of Haiga- tiuo, ly Albany merchanta, tby madeerery ar rangement U fet out full upply of log about 100,000,006 feel and employed extra men, team, axdfrplltfortbitpoTp(He; bat the co tire abtenee of ow daring the early part of win ter, and It acarcity all through the winter Bto&tbf prevented thev from getting ont more than 80,000,000 feet aorne lay forty-fire to fifty million .Of courae there If always mure or lc uncertainty with regard to the rafting of the Jog down the rirer a much depend on the water thit r-eaon ; bat it if expected that all or nearly all the log cut will he got down, if hu man energy and enterprise ran effect it. There were do old lo...

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. — 30 March 1859

LOCAL DEPALTXEXT. 3T On Monday and Tuesday last we were tisited with a severe tona ot snow and rain. No wrecks Lt&rd of as yet. t3T Messrs, Pikrcx and Moxtoojii kt, of tLe steamer wron, are entitled to our tbanlts for late Chicago letters and papers.. "" $3T A soldier of the Iierolution, Col. Amos Johssok, died at RaJficld, Oswe go county, N. Y., a few days ago, aged 100 years 3T The Michigan Farmer eays that farmers would do well to examine their cattle at this season, and if they find ter rain in their coat, sprinkle sand and ashes well over them. JC3T The schooner Mmnttota, which was reported ashore at this place, last week, is off and now receiving a cargo of lumber. The brig Portland has been stripped and abandoned. 3T We commence with this cumber of our paper the publication of the arri vals and departures of the vessels at this port We shall hereafter publUh the list regularly, giving a correct statement of the cargoes of each. JC3T We are indebted to Cspt, H. Harwood for...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 30 March 1859

tiool) Hemplars (Column. Contributions fur t he Templar's column re most rtsjectully solicited. Address E. Va Norma, Grand Haven. TUB SPARKLING BOWL. Thou sparkling bowl ! thou sparkling bowl ! Though lips of bards thy trim may press, And eyes of beauty o'er the roll. And song, Mid dance, thy power confess, I will not touch thee, fur there clings A scorpion to thy tide that .tings! Thou crystal glass ! like Edeu's tree Ihy melted ruby tempt the eye. And, a from that, there comei from thee The voice, "Tbon shalt not surely die." I dare not lift thy liquid gm, A make U twisted round thy rkm, Thou liquid fire! like that which glowed On Melita's surf beaten shore, Tbou'ft been upon my guest bestowed, Hut thou shalt warm my house no more, Fur whereso'er thy radiance falls. Forth from thy heat a riper craw!. What though of gdd the goblet b. Embossed with hranrhe of the vine, Dcnealh hoe Luruirbed leave we wo Stu-h clusters a Hured out the v inc. Among those learn an adder hang! I fear Lii...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 6 April 1859

THE (&MANB HAVEN NEW i i 00luwt 1. JTumbtr 10. Granb $abtn, 3(itJ.f gpril 6, 1850. $trms:$I.0(J ptr giimant'. i THE GRAND HAVE NEWS. Published every Wednesday, Z3-V DARNB Se F08HA, TF.RMI : OKI POLL 41 TlU TKAB IS ADVASCK. - fJr$l M wkn left by the Carrier. Office, on Wahington Street, ( (uiNf (wry, oppotiu tit J'tft.Ojfic,) Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. RATES 07 ADVERTISING Time, flsq 2sij 3 I 4f 41 To o Til 3 Odj 3T5 4 001 i 00 4 S0 5 (0 5 7Sj 0 50 7 0(! 7 50 iool j Irol 1 w'k. 5 on, io oo 6 50,12 00 7 50'l4 00 8 50 15 00 10 50 17 50 2 wks, 7V1 50 2 2S 3 00 3 50 5 00 3 w'ki, 1 m'tb, 2 tno'i, 3 lao's, 1 1 00 2 00 1 252 50 2 00 4 00 , S 00 ;4 00 0 50 12 Oft 20 00 17 no!no oo 8 mo'a, 4 00 6 AO 8 0t V 00 10 00 1 rear. i OH 8 00 10 00,12 00,15 00 25 0d 40 00 Twelve linn or less (Minion) mike 1 sonar. Dueines Card, nut exceeding nix lines, $3,00. Legs advert ising at loal rate, fifty rent per folio fur tie flirt an J twenty-five cents per folio for each subsequent Insertion. Ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 6 April 1859

I.aCOHAELE MISTAKE CF CANADIAN officials. ; A sensation was ruado in London, C. W., a ftw dart ago, by announce ment that fifteen notorious counterfeiters ' from the Slate, arrucd to tie teeth, bad been taken from tho cars by the lill bad itT anJ to nsbUtant officers. The Loo-, don Prototype savs : " No such gallant exploit hu fjoeu re corded siueo the famoua feat of tbo two unarmed Uritbli oldi-rn, bo, iu tgvrt, surprised and made j-rUxicrs of a w lic-le detachment of fully armed Egyptians, during tbo vv nr between Ibrahim Paclia and tho Graud Sultan. And the fifteen armed counterfeiter wore arraigned at the bar of justice, yesterday, close prison ers in tho hand of M. Brock Stevens tl.o bold chief and the arms were exhfU iled to thi gaze of a wondering and ad miring riublic, Kprend out in ono of tho rooms m uto t-'iiy nan. incro my Inv fifteen rifles, eleven diiks. and thir- J ten revolver giving the room tho ap-; lo til0 Stat0 Lti-lature, at its lalo soss larance of a regular arm...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 6 April 1859

LOCAL 2EPAIT31F.XT. P TORT OF CltAXD IIA.VI.X. - ' ARRIVALS. Uac SI E- Cramer, Furlong, 70 bbls. pork Mj flour J Taseola, Perrctt, 20 tons nt'ds. Aru. 1 Circassian, Hubbard, 50 bu. oatsj B,lj Rainsy Crooks, Nelson, light j andUrape 5bet, Chandler, light. 3 J Levant, Connell, light; an J Tuscola, Ferrett, 20 toos w'di. DEPARTURES. April J Grape Shot, Chandler, 221 m lum ber j Minnesota, Blackburn, 7J sLiugleaaad , ri- i 40 m lumber. 2d E. CVamcr, Furlong, 592 in shingles. , ; Mb Circassian, Hubbard. 210 m lumber Tascole, Ferrett, 700 u shingles, SO m lumber, 200 bbl. stucco. Ctb Brig Ramsay Crooks, Nelson, 139 m lumber. ... 0 ExtAROKMKXT. Tho News lias met with sufficient palronngo to enable us to tnkrgo. In tliis issiw wo present our rcaJcrs with ft quantity of reading matter equal to that of any other paper in the county. JEST Mr. Ooodfzllow, tho Clerk of the steamer Huron, informed ua that that steamer would hearaflcr ply regular ly between this port, Chicago and Mus keaon, as adv...

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. — 6 April 1859

S9 Contributions for tht Templar's column art most respectfully solicited. Address E. Vai Ho., Oraad Haven. For the News. APIIIL. Bright April ! fairest of the year With joy we hail thy kind re tarn! - Farewell, old winter, cold and drear, TT never can your absence monra. Sweet April! Iring along with tfcoe A floral wreath from thine own bowers ; It will make oar heart rejoice to ice Thee crown the youthful year with flowers. , Gather tome sprigs of lively green, . And wear them in your garland now With here and there a bud between .. And place it on his fair young brow. And when thou Last prepared the way, By thy warm tun and gentle rain, And the iweet goddess, lovely May, Biings tiny fly wen la hrr train When Jane, our lovely flower queen, With smiling face and learning eye, Dressed in the rebel of royal green, Walk in majestio dignity, We'll call to mind thy modest reign, And wait thy kind return again. Grand Haven, April, 1959. Ymi.it Ys.bsox. For the Good Templars' Column. Edit...

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