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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 12 June 1861

LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS. In Uemorium. Lm citizooa of Grand Haven tuet hi the Court-House, on Fridny evening last, in commemoration of tho memory of Hon. SrcniEK A. Douglas. By tho attention und skill of R. D. Leooat, Esq., and I. Ii. Sanford, tlio court room was taste fully and appropriately draped in the em blems of mourning. Over tho Judge's dosk a canopy was formed of American flags, and together with tho desk was suitably clouded with a shrouding of crape. TuomasW. NViiitk, Esq., was called to tho chair, and in n few words stated th object of tho meetiug and gave a brief and eloquent eulogistic tribute to the memory of tho illustrious Senator. R. D. Lkooat, Esq.j was appointed secreta ry. On motion tho Chairman appointed tho following named gentlomen to draft and prosont resolutions expressive of tho 6cntiment of our community in view of the gloom and sorrow that now shadows tho nation: John Galloway, C. D. Aut, I. P. Sanfokd, E. P. Fjcrry, H. E. Church, John Fcik, Hon. Wm. M. Fkrr...

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. — 12 June 1861

c.j H.i! firrular . aas 8 cent stamps. Dea. JACKSON, IIERHRRT A'CO. nre An 'sociated Proprietors ofthelVnlioiiHl UiPprn unrf No. 107, Svrumoro stro-st, Cincinnati, established Jun. I, WO, for tho cure of Private Discuses. .. l'rof. Egbert Jackson, Ir. Robert Herbert nnd tl. Eugcno Vclpcan. Thorough cures effected nitli almost imrediblo rapidity, of Gonorrhea, gyphillis, (ilcet, Nocturnal Emissions or self abuse, Impotcney, Stricture, Fcnmlo Diseases, Diurnal IJinitoioni, in short, cvory possible form and variety of Scxulnr Disease, and at tho same time tbe general health of the pntient improved, where any improvement in that respect in ncod ed. ' Our Dispensary Circular, of .15 largo 8 in. ly 11 in. letter psges, wkh full and special writteu reply, sent promptly, woll staled, to any address for the amount of tho postage, lis conts ! Eve ry yount uiun, whether HICK OR WELL, i . thoold have one. Also, a Circular iutended for ladiea only, cine largo letter pages, fir 3 et, stamp. The "...

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. — 19 June 1861

t THE (&MAKD HAYEK NEW Wnlumt 3.-Uumbtr 125. ; '6rni:3Jalrtni.:JB:itIf.;,Int'iISf, 1001; Hums: $1.00 jur 3mum i I 'V THE GJIAN1) JIAV12N NUWN. Published every AVoliioBiliiy, B"V J. As J. -W.BAHNB. TERMS ! 03K DOLLAR TER YEAR IX ADYAKCR. fitt $1 50 when left by the Cnrrier. Xto ' Office, ou Wellington Street, ' (Firtt dtor abov tht Pot-OJflee,) tJruud Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigau. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Time, ( lsq 2 3sq I 4s ol col 1 iooi 1 w'k, ( . 6011 00 2 w'ke.C 75 1 60 3 w'ksAl 00 12 00 1 m'tliAl 25 2 50 2 mo'a.S 2 00 U 00 3 imu'm.P 300 5 00 fi ino', 400:6 50 1 ycitr, 5008 Of) .2 50 375 5 00 6 60 6 60 7 60 10 00 15 00 6 00(10 00 0 60 12 00 7 60 14 00 8 60 15 01) 10 50 17 50 12 0020 00 1 7 00 HO 00 25 00!40 00 Twelve lines or lew (Minion) mnko 1 square. llutsineM Cardi", hot exceeding ei.x Hues, $3,00. Legal Advertising nt legal ratos, fifty cents per folio lor tbe Bret and twenty-five cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written ,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. — 19 June 1861

1Lt C3 r it n b lUbtn $ctos. Claud Haven, - - ' Michignu. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 19 IROI. CONTRABAND OF WAR. It is somewhat ntn using to notice llio grimaces of a peculiar class of citizens among- m, as- they discourse upou the condition of 6lnves under the) new term General BcTLta Las given to negro prop erty. So long as the slaves aro escaping from their masters, and no one reclaims ihom, this idea of such property being contraband of war ; suits their thievish ideas exactly. But whop this contraband property is rolurncd to the owners, bo canso ns loyal citizens of tho United States a demand is mado for the protco tion of our couulry'a laws in tho search and reclamation of such property, then the old howl and shriek, t hat the " Union is a covenant with death," breaks out ex tensivel j. Foor, traitorous wretches I They 1ot their country and thoy hate it. They live tipori the fruit while gnawing at tho root. They laud tho privilego of saying just what thoy choose, and then shrink ...

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. — 19 June 1861

V LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS- Convicted. Kirgin, recently ou Irinl for murder, before the Circuit Court of Keut County, vm convicted. - Found.-A Certain nmoutil of money lias been found of which tlio loser mny receive information by calling at litis of fice '. a' .. Lost. A gentleman of this village lost on Saturday last, he thinks between the Presbjterian Church and tho post office building, his gold-bowod spectacles, worth $13. The finder will bo suitably rewarded by leaving thom at our office. Good Enough for Onb Day. The lialtiinorcans, says the New York Day Bool; have laid out that intense dough face, Henry Winter Davis, cold intense ly cold. Even tho Fedoral bayonets in Maryland could uot save him, nor tho presence of his old friend, " Uncle Slide" Banks. Davis is R brilliant example of a first class toady to Abolition fanaticism, and his fate . is a brilliant warning for those who on tho soil of Maryland, may be disposed to imitate his career. Has the Prune all gone Soutii or to tu...

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. — 19 June 1861

fetter ! for two , 8 " Siainj. Tnf. Egbert Jacksen, Dr. Robert Ilerberl and M. Euireno Velpean. Thorough cures cflocted with almost incredible rapldit.v, or Gonorrhea, Fyphillls, Gleet, Noctnrnnl Emissions or self abuso, Impoteney, Stricture, Femalo Diseases, Diurnal iniir, In short, ovory possible form and variety of Soxular Disease, and at the same time tinprnerui htaltk of the pntient improved, where oil Improvement in that respect is need ed. Our Dispensary Circular, of 15 large 8 in. ty 11 in. letter pages, with full and special written reply, lent promptly, well eealod, to any address for the amount of the postage, ix cents I Eve ry young man, whether SICK OR WELL, should have one. Also, a Circulur intended for ladioi only, nine largo letter pngos, for 3 ct. stamps. The " Mountain ef Light, or Modioal Protector," a uow book of three hundred pages, one hundred engraving, prieo, in stamps or money, only 60 ct. and one 3 cent stamp, or 3 for $1 and nine cenU in stamps. This book ...

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. — 26 June 1861

THE (G-.TRANB IIA.YEN MEW tfalumt 3.3ImIw 126. THE GRAND II A V 12 N NEWS. Published every Wednesday, B"V J. Sc J. "W. BARNS. TERMS: O.IK DOLLAR TIR YEAR IS ADVANCE. ' JTfir$l 50 when loft by the Carrier. .0-3T Office, on Washington Street, (first door above the Pott-OJfict,) trttud Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. KATES OF ADVERTISING. col I leol 1 w'k, ( 6011 00 2 w'ki,( 75 1 60 3 w'ksXl 00 2 00 1 ln'th.U 252 60 2 rao's,) 2 00 4 00 a rao'i,) 300 5 00 (I mo'i,) 400.0 60 I year, 600;8 00 1 60 2 00 3 00 4 00 2 60 5 00110 00 2 25 3 00 3 50 5 00 6 60 8 00 3 75 6 50 12 00 7 50 14 00 8 60 15 00 10 60jl7 60 12 00 20 00 17 00;30 00 25 00.40 00 6 00 6 60 0 60 7 60 4 60 5 75 7 00 0 00 10 00 io 00,1200:1500 Twelve lines or less (Minion) make 1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding six lines, $3,00. Legal advertising ntlegal rates, fifty centi per folio lor the first and twenty -five ceuU per folio for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written r Tcrbul directions, will b...

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. — 26 June 1861

Extract from a letter written by . Hon. Joseph Holt, , FirniciJy Cominiioiicr of tlie Patent Oflko, J Post blaster General, uinler James Uuclianrtn's ndu)ii)istration. Mr. Holt is a Kciituckian, and fur Lis patriot ism let his own word spenk: Let us then twine each thread of tho glorious tissue of our Country's flag about our heart strings, and looking upon our homes and catching the sj-irit that breaths upon us from the battle-iields of our fath er let us rcsolve,coino wcnl or woe, wo will in life and iu death, uow and forever, stand by the 6tars and stripes. They have floated over our cradles, let it bo our pray er and our strugglo that they shall float over our graves. Thoy have been unfurl ed from tho snows of Canada to tho plains of New Orlenus, and to tho halls of tho Moutezumas and amid tho solitudes of every sea: and evcrv whore, as tho lu iniuous symbol of resistless and beneficent power, thoy have led the bravo and tho free to victory and to glory. It has been rny fortune ...

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. — 26 June 1861

LOCAL AND XEWS ITEMS. Retiring. We loarr, tlmt Mr. IiTvV". Parks, Dopuly Sheriff nnd Jailer, will ro tiro 60on from iho premises lie now occu pies. J3T Tho Circuit Court of Ottawa Co. is now in session -Judge Littlejohn pro tiding. There aro but few cases for ad judication this term. Mai Bcrned. Messrs. Dalton's saw mill, on White Lake, took fire from a pile of burning Blabs, near by, and was total ly consumed, last week. Loss estimated at 14000 probably not insured. Barn Burnt in Crockery. Night before last, Edward Murphy's barn was burnt a valuable building, ono of the best in tho County it was doubtless tho work of an incendiary, aud the proper of ficors aro on tho track of tho scamp. Liberal. The Board of Supervisors liavo appropriated $1,000 for the relief of the fatnilios of tho volunteers from this County, should any such need assistance It was deemed to bo an amount entirely suQiciont for such application until tho October session. - - - - Godky's Lady's Book for $1. To meet...

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. — 26 June 1861

Greatest Brainl lireuw If PubluMl lotier pages for tm S eeut sUmj. Dm. JACKSON, HERBERT A CO. are As ociated Proprietor! of the National Dlapen arjr No 107, Sycamore street, Cincinnati, established Jan. 1, 18C0, for the cure of Private Diseases. Prof. Egbert Jackson, Dr. Robert Herbert and M. Eugene Vclneaa. Thorough curea effected with almost Incredible rapidity, of Gonorrhea, Bypbillis, Gleet, Nocturnal Emissions or self abuse, Iinpotency, Stricture, female Diseases, Diurnal Eminion', in abort, every possible form and variety of Scxular Disease, and at the tame time theptneraj health of the patient improved, where any improvement in that respect is need ed. Our Dispensary Circular, of 15 largo 8 in. by 11 in. letter pages, with fftli and special written reply, sent promptly, well sealed, to any address for the amount of the postage, six cents t Eve ry young man, whetbor SICK OR WELL, should have one. Also, a Circular intended for .ladies only, nine lurge letter pages, for 3 ct. st...

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. — 3 July 1861

Y. THE, AMD BEATEN- NEW I O0lamt 3.-2Jumbu 12?. Tfom the Grand RnpiJi Encl J"" Confession of Kingin, tne urana Rapid Murderer. This morning our reporter visited the Judges, mil. in company with Under-bherm No vell, and tho prisoner, Kingin, convicted of the murder of Barber, and awaiting his sentence, made Ibe following confession, of his own free will, and signed it with Best do do do do do do Ins own bapd : On tho 28th of February last, Mr. Barber called at my house for taxes, and I gave him a $50 gold piece, and received in return 14, and was to receive the bal once over my taxes when we arrived at tho Rapids. Mr. Barber said to mo, " You are owing Roberts & Son." I told do him I was. but that I could not nay them do do 3d Best now. This question of Barber's led me to think that ho intended to take some advantago of mo, aod not pay over the balance my duo, and caused me, for the first timo, to thiuk of taking bis life. Tho idea of killing hini seemed to be upper most in my mi...

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. — 3 July 1861

Dr. Breckenridge, of Kentucky, on the War. j " We Lave ulready said lliHtllio ivsuos of tin's unnatural war, nro in many ro specti as uncertain as th'-y will prubiilly be vat. Contingently, however, tUo niost immediate and direct issue of it cun have but one of two results. Either the seceded States must return to tlieir loyal ty to the nation, and their jxsilion as members of the United Stales of Amer ica, or the secession party must bo ablo to vindicate, by arms, tho courso upon which they have euterod, and, maintaining tho independence of as many of tho Slates ns may linally adhere to thorn, those States must bo acknowledged by the American people and Government as a bcnarate nation. Of courso, thcro can be no such rosult as tho conquest of the bccedod States, and the holding them as Provinces or Territories, by the Federal Government. Such an attempt is not to bo thought of as nossiblo nor to bo en tertained, for a moment, oven if it were Iossible, as a permanent policy but, be ...

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. — 3 July 1861

'.LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS. 3T The schooner Japan, Cnpt. Lou titt, is now unloading a cargo of coal, sliipj)ed from Buffalo, fpf tho Grand Rap ids Gas Co., at E. W. Darns' dock. Taxes. Tho Board of Supervisors have appointed Wm. M. Ferr, Jr., to. represent this county at tho mooting of tho Stato Board of Equalization, in Au gust next. . - jC3T On Monday night of this week a frost risited a portioo of the township of Crockery, in this county, but not enough to do any serious damage. Quito chilly for July. Strawberries. Our most hearty thanks are hereby tendered to Miner Hedges, Esq., of LamontJ and Judge Taylor, of Crockery, for liberal quanti ties from ench cf choice strawberries. jt3T Tho poach crop promises to bo abundant this year in this region. Straw berries aro now fulfilling their mission and are abundant enough for ordinary ftp pot ites. Printers have extraordinary ones. . jMT The Comet comes out in a brill iant stylo, now-o-nights. Last evening tho stranger had many admirers an...

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. — 3 July 1861

fk It PalMei! 1 C II ) I VTVtU" large lip & 1 l7 Utl.r nairM for twa Dm- JACKSON, HERBERT A CO. are As sociated Proprietors of the National IMepen arr No. 10T, Sycamore etrejt, Cincinnati, enUblishod Jan. 1, 18C0, for the euro of Private Diseases. , , , Prof. Kglicrt Jackson, Dr. Robert Herbert anil M- Eugene Velpeau. Thorough euros effected with alinoit.lnoredible rapidity, of Uonorrboa, Fyphillis, Gloet, Nocturnal Emissions or solf abuse, Impotency, Stricture, Female Diseases, Diurnal LinUiiott; in short every possible form and variety of Sexular Disease, and at the name time tU general health of the patient improved, where any improvement in that respect is need ed. Our Dispensary Circular, of 15 large 8 In. by 11 in. letter pages, with full and special written reply, sent promptly, well scaled, to any address for the amount of the postage, six cents 1 Eve rv vounir man, whether 7 3 SICK OR WELL, shonld have one. Also, a Circular intended for ladies only, nine large letter pa...

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. — 10 July 1861

THE GRAND EATEN NEW -gfamUr 125. Struts: SLOCjur glnniim. -- Z0C..U AND XEWS JTEJIS. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Tho President's Mossngo hits probnblj boon read ero this by nil who havo a thirst for official documents from that high sourco, By niany,porhaps, who havo sel dom, if ever before, plodded through eucIi documents, and because just now so many and such gravo responsibilities rest with tho Chief Exocutivo of tho nation. Tho tncssago is not of unusual length, but for tho reason that all curiosity, so far as our readers nro concerned, has been allayed in regard to it, and by most, if not by all, it has been read and placed away for future reference, therefore, wo shall not give it in our columns. A brief touching of tho main features is all we can havo limo to present now. Tho burden of tho mes sago is in regard to tho rebellion and war. Refers to tho secession of seven of tho States as ho assumed tho chair; public property seized by those States; a dispro portion of Federal arms...

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. — 10 July 1861

far Grsauxt IfuiGU uresur 1 0-'irueu- Urge lattur ( lor two 8 cent (tauijm. Dns. JACKSON, HERBERT A CO. arc As sociated proprietors ol the National Diaucn arr No 17 Sycamore strcot, Cincinnati, established Jan. i, 1860, for tlio euro of 1'rivuU) Diseases. Prof. Egbert Jackson, Dr. Robert Herbert ami it. Eugene Vclpcau. Thorough cure effected with almost Incredible rapidity, of Gonorrhea, Sypbillis, Gleot, Nocturnal Etnixslons or self abuse, Imptteney, Stricture, Female Diseases, Diurnal AWt'M, in short, every possible form and variety of Sexulur Disease, and at tho enino time iif ijenml health of tho patient Improved, where auy improvement in that rccpect in need ed. Our Dispensary Circular, of 15 largo 8 in. by 11 in. lettor pages, with full and special written reply, sent promptly, well sealed, to nny address fur the amount of tho postago, six cents ! Evo rv vounir uian, whether 31 KICK OH WELL, should havo one. Also, a Circular intended for ladies only, nine large letter pnges, f...

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. — 17 July 1861

THE GMANB HAVEN MEW Valnmt &-3wJm 120. T.UI5 GRAND It AVE N NEWS Published overy Wednesday, V 7 S 7 W. BAPN8. tCRMS I ONR POU.AU P VSAB IN 4T4MCB. $1 50 whou left by the Cnrrior. Offico, ou Washington Street, (Fint door about th Fot-Ojfic,) (trund Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. KATES OF ADVERTISING), uue, ls ZiM 3m; col 1 w'k, ( 601 00 2w'ka,( 76 1 60 3 w'ksAt 00'2 00 1 m'thAl 25 2 60 2 mo',S 2 00 4 Oil 3 ino'O 300 5 00 It Mo's,) 400 8 50 1 60 2 25 8 00 3 50 5 00 0 60 Oil 2 60 3 75 5 00 6 50 6 60 7 60 3 00 4 00 4 60 5 75j 7 00i 6 50 12 00 7 6014 00 8 5015 00 10 50117 60 12 00 20 00 17 00 30 00 25 OOilO 00 8 00 U 00 10 00 1 yesr. 600 8 OOjlO 00jl2 00jl5 00 Twelve linos or loss (Miniou) make 1 square. Business Card, not exceeding nix lined, $3,00. Legal ad vcrtising at legal rate., fifty cenU ,;cr folio for the first nnd twenty-fivo cents per folio for each subsequent insertion, or verbal directions, will be published until or ..... w..v...w.... n,.,u ucreu out, ana cnargod lor. w l...

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. — 17 July 1861

in intelligent, or by cro-liUn. ta tlo Amerkmi peoj.lo ft InrgT mm uut of frul- lililitv tl"" 'w uur l,a(01 lo V"'"' ".c" count by Unrntini. It w marl) time, in tlio liistoi.v 1' I'10 " "Vt H'1 t'"3 graceful i'x!iilitiu itumj uinl tlroii actors to condemned. And now, follow -citizens, I cumoto tlml whicb is a!K,Vot n being tlio direct and iumiedinto emiso of tlio reMlion tbvi institution v(. tilnveiy' in tlio soiitheni SUtoa nud tlio actum ( iho .American peoplo rejjKCtinj it. .;lIuW hlmll 1 sronk ujxti lhjt vexed quostiiiii ! l soo bofuro 1110 Lore men if ililujreiil political jaitku, entertniuing iews uiul fjtinioiH bo ujjKi bito that it U iinpobsiblo for mo to touch upon Iho jiiestioi tvifliout toucliiiig,al tbo satha liuio, feeling of n arlizau imltito iu soino of my midioncu. Khali 1, lliuro fore, iass i I by shall l fail to iilludo tip- on an occasion liko tlio proaolil, to that which has Iicen tho fruitful tsourco of uis senbion in our country for years, ii has nt last ni rav...

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. — 17 July 1861

I -ft 1 , ' x:. I?) J LOCAL AtD STEWS ITEMS Found. Two uotcs, originally calling fur $300, rocentty fotin,'cnii bo lmj ly tho owner's calling at tLe Hardware Storo of Geo. E. Hubbaud, Esq., in tin's placo. . F A dispatch to tho Suvnnimli Neresj dated Ricbmond, 'says: "The City Couucil yesterday purchased tho mausiou of LduuD.'CrensLaw, at a cost of 150,000, for tlio uso of President Da vis." . . Drowned.- On last Monday afternoon au interesting little 'girl, wliilo at play on most sincerely sympathy zo. ' , Harvest. Harvesting wheat, hay, kc, in this county is now. going on vigor ously. Reports nro more favorabld as to quantity, quality, kc, than Ivns nnticipn-1 tod a few weeks since. . Tho crop is prob ably equal to tho average. Corn, pota toes, fruit, kc, bid fair to bo abundant. .. The Oiution. Agreeably to promise of last week wo insert in this issno tho splendid address of tho'hW !!.' L. 11 AT" kiss, (levlivcrod July L 1801, at Mill Point We aro sure it will at once com mand 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. — 17 July 1861

1 LAtUl is GrtiUit Brdiod Curesbr Erer hlliihed! M-Tlfteen-M large , tetter pages fur two '. 9 cent ttauipa. Dns. JACKSON, HERBERT A CO. arc As sooiatcd Proprietors of the National Dispell ury No. 107, Sycamore street, Cincinnati, established Jan. 1, 1800, fur the cure of Privato Diseases. Prof. Egbert Jackson, Dr. Robert Herbert and M. Eugene Yelpcau. Thorough cures effected with almost incrcdiblo rapidity, of Gonorrhea, Byphillis, a loot, Nocturnal Emissions or self abuse, Impotoncy, Stricture, Female Diseases, Diurnal Emiflumt, In short, every possible form and variety of Soxular Disease, and at the tame time tk general health of the patient Improved, where any improvement in thut respect is need ed. Our Dlsponsary Circular, of 15 lurgo 8 in. by 11 in. letter pagoi, with full and special written reply, tent promptly, well sealed, to any address for the amount of the postage, nix cenU 1 Eve ry young man, whether ' SICK OR WELL, . should lava one. Also, a Circular intended for ladi...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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