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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 13 April 1859

THEE (GMANB MAYEN NEWS; Ofliume I . 2T n m Ir t r 16. tinn Jlabtn, JM(.t 3pril 13, 1850; trms: Sl.OOf ptr glnnuw. THE GflANU IHAVEJf HEW 8. Publihed every Wednesday, " H"V BABNB &c FOSHA. TtRKi: 0 POU-A Ml TEA l ADVABCC. $ 1 60 when lt-rt by the Carrier, -ii X Office, on Washington Street, ( lonr tturj, rxw.'s Pvt-Ojpc,) Grund Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigau. ' KATES OK ADVERTISISO. Tuur, l 2 3N 4sq J 04 "2 OO'i 2 50 3 00 3 75 tool 5 00 4 501 5 50 5 7.' 6 50 7 00 7 50 9 00 10 00 ; col leol 5lo"fo00 0 50.12 00 T 50 14 00 505 00 10 50,17 50 12 00 20 00 I J (Mti.'iO oo 25 00,' 10 00 1 wk, l01 K0 2 w'ks,( 75'l 50 3 w"k,t on! J 00 1 w lh.Sl 212 50 2 mo's. )2 0U I 00 1 50 2 25 3 00 3 50 5 00 6 50 3 iio'i, .1 00 6 mo', H 00 I yrnr,(i 00 5 00 4 00 9 00 10 00,IS OCj I 00 Twelve linen or less (Minion) make 1 Business Crd nut excelling rix lmes, f 3,00. Legal advertising at legal rates, fifty cents i per folio for the first and twenty-five cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Adverti...

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. — 13 April 1859

FALTER INC. It is a very rnrc thing tlmt the black republicans falter at any excess of fanat icism, ejvially if it bo any way con nected with llio nijr question. They did n.t falter in thl-i State when it was propos 1 to pass the till which most ef-fe-tually drives all southern citizens a n ay j from -our borders by imprisoning them for ten yenrs if they thouM bring their colored servants into tho 8taU ihey did nut falter nt this, although it was a dirwt thrust at tho interests of tho rnil rond.i, of tho whole State. It week however, they did falter in Massachusetts, w here it must bo aeknow ledgod thoy rare ly falter at any of tho behests of aboli tionism. They faltered at tho passage of tho persona) liberty bill, w hich is de :ignod expressly to nullify tho fugitive t-lave law anl with it the constitution of tho Uuitod Statos. Tho vote on the fi nal passage t.lood 1 05 f r and 1 08 against the bill. Although thU result shows that enough of tho black republicans were sufliciently c...

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. — 13 April 1859

LOCAL DEPAJt THEN T. JRT Th oflkial majority fr Martik, in tills county, is 56?. C Hi people of AUgaa county, south of us, havo voted to LuilJ a new jail. Suspicious circumstance. , i m " " ' jtiT Our tliaulrs nre duo Mr. Twice, ktewarj of lLo steamer Huron, for late Chicago papers. ' ( XT The C Smith, of Grand 1 lapis, will preach this cvoning, at 7 o' clock, at Hie Tirst Presbyterian Church. Subject, " Tho Abrahamic Covenant.' Tho public are respectfully invited. Mr. Powkl, Editor and proprie tor of tho Ionia Gazette, cnlled on us on Saturday last. Mr. P., as he Rtatod, was formerly a democrat. Ala3 ! poor degen erate nature of humanity. jCIT Tho notod Stevens case, of New York, resulted in the conviction of the the priionor. Stevens was scntoncod to bo hung on tho 20th day of May next jtlT "Joe, over tho way, at tho P. O., has lately received large additions to hU cxlensivo assortment of Ready Made Clothing, and is selling at unprcccdcntodly low prices. Don't fail to call. . 57" ...

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. — 13 April 1859

EttapUrs' 6olnmn. Jltr Contributions for th Templars' column ar most rspctfulJy solicited. Address K. Va Noaxus, Grand Haven. .4 Respectfully dedicated to Brother C G. II. Lodge L 0. 0. T. I THE SMOKER. John, quick! correiv sublimat, Chloride of Lime provide, And burn pastile on a c La (5 05 dib, And vinegar besides I My nephew, Sam, has just been here, A one might know full will, Aud he has leO bebiad again That Til tobacco smelt Throw np the wio'lowi and tb doors, WiJe oen, for a draft, And let the breeies far wiy The nauseous odor waft, . And I will Uke a turn out on the portico; IlccauM I did not dar To respirate In yonder room, While that fetid youth vai there. Hi very whi.-kers, heard and hair, Ar s tccped in putrid smoke ; Hi clothes ar saturated too, As if they'd boen in soak, And from bis mouth and nostrils goes A breath which far and near Impregnates all the furniture, And taints the atmosphorc. Is this the youth who thinks to wed My nvice, and bo my heir? The nuisance! No...

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. — 20 April 1859

4 ' . 7 ' :AY.EK" "NEW 1 V ': ' X!??!t?! atirt.,? 31120, . is off. 6 .j Eerms: $1.00 ptr nitum. ft Si - I Poi r TUB GRAND JIIAVEIf NEWS " Published every Wednesday, V OARNB 4 I"08HA. TMXl: 0 DOLLAR TE VIAS W IDTiSCI. "ZS $1 M when left by the Carrier. T . . Office, on Washington Street,, . ( li,nr storjr, ppoU (if W-O.tffea,) .. Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. I IU.TKS Of ADVtRTTSlSO. Yo(' fid! '& 00 10 00 2 w-k, ( 75 1 60 3 w'ks, 1 00'2 00 1 m'th,)l 25 2 60 2 mo's, 2 00 4 00 3 uo'i, 3 00,5 00 0 mo'i, (( WfS &o 1 yen, h 00,8 00 6 60 12 00 7 501H0O 8 60:16 00 10to!l7 60 11 (10 20 00 17 00 30 00 io oo 12 oolis ook'i 00140 10 Twelve lines or less (Minion) make 1 Fqnar. JJuriness Card, not eiceeding si line, r3,"0. Lcgfil advertising at legal rates, fifty cenU per f.lio for the firtt and twenty-five ccnU Ir folio Kr each subsequent insertion. ; Advertisement unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will be published 0. til or dered out, and charged for. When a postpon...

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. — 20 April 1859

- southern NicniaAy: At an early day in the hUtory of Mich- . an imr.rAHIIOn mill ui miui .'-- e I . it - T ... T.amviiia north ponion oi was a vast swamp, intersocted by' eUy knolls," and barren plains, fbis n predion prevailed wherever Michigan was tho theme of conversation, and it was fostered and encouraged by Ml wLo wero in anywise interested Tn the lake commerce at that early period By Jjc'J. character of the soil in Northern Michi hnndreds of thousands of hardy set ters were induced to will to more remote .mnn. To such an extent did the- im- b ...M :n Van ' Ptirtrlnnil States tliat it was honestly lelieved that H.Llnra in Ttorthcrn Michiiran was equivalent to a warranty of death to any j.nrt ItrJd minrifrb to make the trial. - These prejudices against our sou ana lunate are fast dissolving, before an ar- be 6m aben Uttai. Graad Havea, , Micklfaa. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL . 1859. HORTICULTURE. How often have we mused upon the primitive condition of the earth, when all tim cult...

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. — 20 April 1859

LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Feksoxal. WilJiin tLe j-ast forty eight Lours, ire Late had tbo pleasure of talin 1J tL Land, do loss than four brother u Knights of Quill," from the "rural districU,w tu: Messrs. A, B. TrwriR, and C. Bins, of the Grand IWJs EagU ; Mr. Whtaks, of the Yew, and IL D. Post, of the Ottawa Itegiiter. They all express themselves gratified with the many evidences of improvement that meet the eye on every hand, and agree in pronouncing our city the most promising in tho valley. Txk cam or tii Fruit Tbeis- Now is the time for those having fruit trees, to examine them with caro, remov ing superfluous branches and washing the todies and limbs with strong soap-suds or lie after scraping of the rough ross bark ; by bo doing insects and worms in an embryonic state wDl be removed, the tree invigorated and ila growth greatly accelerated, , News Depot. By reference to adver tisement in another column, it will bo ob3ervod that Mr. Geo. D. Habvet has taken possession of the News Depo...

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. — 20 April 1859

600b fttmplars' Column. Contributions for tbe Templars' oolumn M m.t ,..,T1- ...II. (11 ' A A.lemmm V. V Nou, Grand nsren. Fur the Good Templars' Column., INTEMPERANCE HUMANITY. Man. stoT)l . Friend, nciirlibor, citf renn, ruma Hers, gin drinkers, boor Libbers, ij one anJ ill of you, brethren In the M Im- f aco of GchVptop J Bcioro you co fur- . thor heJlwjml, before you liHo your lieada ngni'n bcLinJ tbo flimsy gauzo of " I am just as much rcstoctel,w tcforo you blot out from your harU tho lost vestigo, of your kin to tlio angelic hosts, ttop and tiling. Think of theao things. Think of your noble blructurc, your divine orfnrt, your glorious destiny. - ComroKe4 as you aro of body and soul, rnorlality and im mortality mysteriously and intimately connocted, yon present to lookers on in other worlds, the strange spectnelo of le- ings which embrace, houio of tho attri lutes of evory being in the stale of ani mated nature, from tho jrasit of tbo ocean rock, up to the angel that gazes ui-...

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. — 27 April 1859

IT : i f. HAY EN MEW H A jtilamt 'I.-gambir 18. 6rani abtn, Stir 5pril 27, iff50. feu mi; $1.00 ptr Snnutv TIIK GRA2ID -HAVEN NEWS. ! - ' ' Pollfohed every Wednesday, ' , 23"" DARNS As FOSIIA. TCSJ1S : OSE POLL tin TE1 It ADVAVCE, 2T- 1 50Trhen!-ftbjrtbeCrrW.C!af . Office, on Washington Street, . ( Unr story, vppotlC tk Pit-Ojfi(,) Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. BITES OT ADVERTISING. Time, l t 1 2iq 1 w'k, 60 1 00 75!l 51) 1 60 TooTTTo 5 0o'.iobl fl 50112 00 7 60,11 00 8 50 15 00 10 50 17 50 12 OO'CO 00 17 00.30 00 25OOil0 00 2 w'ks, 2 25 3 00 3 50 5 00 0 50 3 0W 3 73 4 0(4 5 00 3 W'KK, I 00 2 00 I 2j 2 iO 1 tn'lh, 1 4 60 5 75, 5 50 2 uo s, 2 00 I 00 6 60 7 50 10 00 15 00 3 no's, , 3 00!5 00 7 on 6 mo', 1 yeiy 1 Go 0 SO 8 00; V 00 10 00)12 00 Twelve lines or Icon (Minion) make .1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding six lines, $3,00. Legal advertising at legal rates, fifty cent per folio for the first and twenty-five cents per f .lio for each fuleei'uent Insertion. "' " Adverti...

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. — 27 April 1859

INSTRUCTIVE FIRE IS W INDSOR, C. W. Four Locomotivti and 1500 Cords of wood burned Loss to ths , Great Western Railway about 170,000!!; From the Detroit Advertiser, 25th. Our citixena were alarmed yesterday morning about 3 o'clock, by tho ringing of the lire Ml, and it was aoon discover ed that a serious fire had broken out among the buildings of the Great West ern Railway Company, opposite thU city, in Windsor. It was discovered that tho fire had broken out in the Repairing shop of the Great Western Railway, and communi cated to an immense pile of sawed wood, under sheds and ready for use, in near proximity to the shop. Tho latter was already past redemption, and the firemen judiciously turned all their attention to the saving of such other property as lay within reach. Tho wood pile, wo under stand, contained about 1000 cords of dry wood. In the repairing house were four kco motives, in complote condition, and ready for service. Tbroo of those were of tho first class, and were bui...

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. — 27 April 1859

LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS. 0 3T Messrs. Fkekt ic Ccs of White River, hara purchased the learner Cro ton we are crodillj informed. Tbcj in tend using her as a tug, at White Hirer, and also to make one trip tuch weeV to this placo with freight and jasseDgers. She will be a great conreuience to travel ers going North, or wishing to tale the steamboats or railroad here. We hcarti 1 wish the enterprising owners success, and trust thej will receive as they deserve a liberal patronage. f3T We clip the following from Io w kl'b observations on Grand Haven, pub lished in the Ionia Gazelle, and copied in to the Clarion of tho 14 Ih. Speaking of tho Milwaukeo Hotel, he says: M We were trcatod hore with all duo hospitality and respect, and we would lake this occasion to return thanks for their persevering but successful efforts in get ting us across the river to the station at midnight, while their own boat was stolen and all the othor boats were locked up with their owners in bed ana asleep." Very a...

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. — 27 April 1859

C300& Ettaplars Cflluran. jCff Contributions for the Templars' col a inn art most respectfully solicited. Address E. Vi.S Nobxax, Grand Haven. .. , . i " ; ; THE WRECKER3. . -. ; T OtOHGI Bl'IlLEIOH. Hark It the roar of the surge 1 Hark to the wild wind's howl 1 See the Hack cloud that the hurricane urges. Bend like a niauiao's soowl I Fall on the sunken loe-lcdgci ' Leaps the devoted barque, -. :',' And tbe load waves, liV a kundrod sledges, S'uiito to the doom ad mark. : hrilly the shriek of tho seamen Cleaves like a dart through tbe roar Tlarik as tha pltilcsj laugh of a demon Rattles tha pebbled shore. Hoi for tha Ufa-beat, Irotheri, Now may the heart of the brave Hurling their lives to the roucue of other, Conquer the stormy wave. .Shame for Humanity's treason ; fbanie for tho form we wear ( Blush at the temple of pity and reason Turned to a robber' lair .' Worse than tho horrible breakers, Worse than the shattering storm, A'oe the rough-handed, remorseless wrecker .Strippi...

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. — 4 May 1859

THIS (GRANB HAVEN NEW t tins ?aben, Stitt., Slan 1550. $mns:$i.00 per gnnant. if' 1' 1 4 THE GRAND II A TEN NEWS. Published every Wednesday, mm: 08 pollar mr tun ta advakc. y-r f I W) when left by the Carrier. .jf" Office, on Washington Street, ( oirer sfory, jpotit lie Potl-Offiet,) Urand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. RATES OF ADVIKTI8I50. Tiiue,j 11 I 4K1 Mco1 I co' I gj 1 w'k, ( 60,1 00 1 iOTJOOt 2 60i 6 00: 10 00 2 wls, 751 50 3 w'ks,l 00 2 00 1 m'th, SI 25 2 50 3 do'i, )2 00 4 00 3 uo'i, )3 00 5 00 6 mo', 4 00 A 60 1 year, (i 003 00 2 25 3 00 3 76 3 00 4 00 6 00 3 50 4 60 5 50 5 00 6 75 6 50 6 60 7 00 7 60 8 00 9 00.10 00 6 60112 00 7 60' 14 00 8 50 15 00 10 60 17 50 12 00 20 Oft 17 00 30 00 26 00140 00 10 0012 00,13 00 Twelve lines or 1cm (Minion) inake 1 square. Business Card, not exceediug six line, $t,00. Legal advertising at legal rate, fifty cents ier Mio for the first and twenty-five cents per folio fur each subsequent insertiva. Advertisement unaccompanied with written o...

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. — 4 May 1859

NEWS 1TK.MS. TLe tax levy for tba city of Bobtuu this year is t3,055,080. . . Counterfeit two oo the Taunton Bank, of Mass., are in circulation. It is contemplated to hold horse fair at Grand Rapids, on the Sthof July , next "I ;' '' Achilles Tuller committed suicid at Mount Vernon, Jnd;, ft fw W'8 n by blowing out his trains. Three horses (t Louis Napolon were sent out oo the VanJerbilt, on Sat urday lust. They were slipped by J. N. Bonaparte. ' " . A schooner U Jonding at Savauah with Georgia lumber for the Holy Land. It is ordered, by son'io carpenters at Da mascus. . Tho number of emigrants nrrivod at New'York this year up to the 27th ult. was 0,728, against 10,81 to the same data last year. , . f A large number of Pike's Peak ex plorers from this Slate arc returning. They have little to say, and nothing to show. . Milwaukee News. Tho number of letters which passed through tho Post Office of Great Britain, the past year, w as five hundred and twenty-three million. ' A violent ha...

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. — 4 May 1859

LOCAL AXD XEWS ITEMS. i Alice Cart." -Thi young taJjr, at the latest intelligence, was otill nl GrauJ Rapids, sujouruicg at tbo Englo Hot '. 3T Our sxVncrvvlcdgcrnents we due it steward cf the steamer Huron or late Chicago papers. - ' ' ;' f3T One hundred and fourteen emi grant left Chicago ono day Inst week, for riWs Peak! 1 jtiT The population of tho Uuiled States increases at tlio eurprising ratj of one million a year, or thre thousand ev ery day. ,.'&3T-Tot the benefit of travelers wo announce the fart that the faro Vclween Cleveland and New York,. Lako Shoro Road, Las been reduced to $10. tlT The New York TribttM is said to circulate 0,204 copies in thl Stato 7, 025 of the wcokl edition; 002 acirii wcekly, and 347 dailies. -- JT5T Tho business of the New York Clearing House, ono day last vreek, waa 128,800,000,. the largest 6inco August, 1857. J$r An Amcrioun dt;ulal writer esti mates thoU!ntity of gfld used in lnouth plates aud tilling decayed teeth at thoas tonishinc: amo...

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. — 4 May 1859

; , Selected. .' ' EIORY OF THE BOTTLE. BY I. r. CART, M. W.t. ". In th progress of tLo Tcrojwance Reformation xmoj scenes have transpired, bicb Are cinincuUy worthy of perni nent record. The history of th'n ruforru, if iU details eoulJ be written, would fur bub a richer fund of incident than all Uio works of fiction rer tMiMLJiod. Tlid many wondorful revolutions wrought ia the family circle, tLo sudden changes from unminglod wretchedness to unalloy ed happiness, from death to lifo, from tho bondage of tin, to tho liberty of tho sow of God, would fill volumes. Tho ccro ments of tho tomb have beeu unsealed and intemperance has given up tho dead. "Who has not seen tho poor inebriate trembling upon tho giddy vcrgo of a drunkard's boll, taken from bis perilous condition, his feet planted on tho rock of ages, and a new song jmt into his mouth even praiso to God. , Tho writer has witnessed many bcenes that would have awakened in tho most unfeeling bosom, undying sympathies for this Heaven...

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. — 11 May 1859

TKE (S-IBl AMID) HAVjEN HEW V U 0 1 u m : I a m b t r , 2 0 . T II H G RANI) HAVEN N K W 8. PuWULeJ evcrj Wednesday, -.. BV DARNS Oc FOSIIA. TOHIS 1 OB DOLLAR FEB TEAR 14 ADVAXCE. 33 $1 60 when left by tho Carrier. . 2f Office, on Washington Street, ( owr ttory, ojipoil (As Pot-0jflc,) Urand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. RATI8 07 ADVERTISING. . Time, lg 2sq ) 3qi 4 jcuf jcZl flcul 1 w'k, 60,1 00 loufTbo 2 50 6 00,10 01) 2 w'ks, C 75 1 60 2 25 3 OK 3 75 8 50 12 00 3 w"k, 1 00 2 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 7 50 11 00 1 ro'th, U 25 2 60 3 60 4 60 6 60 S 50 15 00 2 mo's, I 00 4 00 6 00 5 76 6 60 10 60 17 50 3 no's, h 00 5 00 5 50 7 00 7 60 12 00 20 00 J ino'i, 4 00 0 60 8 00 9 00 10 00 17 00j30 00 1 year, 5 OoLs 00 10 00 12 00j 15 00 25 OOUOOO Twtlre lines or less (Minion) ranke 1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding six lines, $3,00. Lcfal advertising at legal rates, fifty cents per folio for the first and twenty-five cents, per folio for each subsequent insertion. Advertisement unaccompanied wi...

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. — 11 May 1859

CRAZY. The Tontine Oazttte says that the Jud son fcirl, w ho lias gone back to her 44 nig gor," in Windsor, is "taiir," and should bo placed in nn insane asylum. Tho Pontiac Gazette is a republican paper, and preaches the doctrino of negro equality. , Is not tho Gazette crazy f Wo aro in- clincd to U-liovo that every man who tenches this doclriuo id cra-jy, and should U sent to an insane asylum. A large portion of tho republican party should go to an insano asylum. The republican pajwrs aro crazy and need medical aid. Old Jud son, the father, who taught his daughter that a nigger was as good as a whito man, is undoubtedly crazy. Ho got the insane virus from reading tho ne gro equality teachings of tho N. Y. Trib une and Pontiac Gazelle, and from hear ing such negro equality orators as Fair field and Wisncr. When Gov. Wisner stopped at old Judson's house during last fall 8 campaign, and there dined with tho Judsou family, with nigger Joe at tho head of tho table, and tho daughter by ...

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. — 11 May 1859

LOCAL AXD XEWS ITEMS. &IT Tho wailiko ioroign news luw wonderfully iklvftncoj tho prico of wheat in Chicfljjo 5(3 Gets ia ono day. i jttT. TLo markets of Chicago aro al ready nlundautly supplied with ripo to matoes aud othor garden vegetables, di rect from tho Sunny South." Peaches. Wo loam from tho St. Jo soph Traveler, that tho peach orchards in tho immoJialo vicinity of tliat village look remarkably well, and promiso an unprecedented yield of that delicious fruit. f3T Tho St. Joscpli Traveler says tho steamer Union is making regular trips on tho St. Joseph River, between that place and Nilcs, twico a each wee!:. &3T The schooner Experiment arrived at tho port of Chicago, recently, from St. Josoph, with 1500 bushels of potatoes, six tons of white fish, two thousand foct of lumber, and sixteen passengers for Tike's Peak. jt5T Wo seo it stated that Bayard Taylor, the world renowned traveler, is about to erect an elegant residenco on tho Brandywino, in Chester county, Pennsyl...

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. — 11 May 1859

000& traplars' folsmn. Selected. ; STORY OF THE BOTTLE ST I. F. CABT, M. W. P. " Tluit Look declares you must render unto Cicsar the tilings tLat are Caesar's give me my bottle." Instantly land ing him bis bottle, I replied I suppose I must render unto Caesar that which is Caisnr'n, but I beg you to break that bot tle, tbat you may " render unto God tho things that are God's. The appropriateness of Lis quotation from scripture, tho ludicrousncss of its ap plication, added to his wretched appear ance, called forth a sudden burst of laugh ter. When I quoted tho remainder of the passage, accoinpauied with tho appeal, tho cliange in tho emotions of tho audienco wa3 painfully sudden. In an instant si lenco reigned, tho very throbbing of tho heart could almost be heard. I continu ed tho appeal to tho wreck of a man be foro mo, hoping that somo cord had par tially escaped tho consuming firo which might bo mado to vibrato. His own hap piness, his relations to his friends, his country an...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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