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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 26 August 1863

LOCAL AND XEWS ITEM; Who U a Quartermaster! The man that gives the poor soldier one quarter and keeps the rest himself. Ik consequence of limited spaco we aro compelled io defer, until another issue, an interesting communication from Judo Taylor, who recently journeyed eastward. I AUGUST, 1 8 0tt. new a. 1st id favorite Passengkk and Express Freight Line. Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad. Ia connection with tho new anl powerful UPIMiP. CAliiy STUAM!!!?1 "DETROIT" it- "MIL WA UKEE." Tub examination of Larry Lcvake, be fore Justice Vau Den licrf, for burlarv TVJIlNfi " Month Trains will leave ,, - ... . 1 J-'Grand Haven, a follows : ana larceny, 01 wnicu we Heretofore men tioned, closed last week, resulting In com mitting tho accused under bonds of $1,- 000, For the Grand Haven News. Notice. Rev. Matthew Simpson, D I)., Bishop of tho M. E. Church, will preach at Muskegon, August 30th, morn ing and evening, in tho Methodist Church , Any finding themselves in Muskegon, on that day, will...

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 August 1863

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Probate Order. STATE OP MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, is; At a session of the Probate Court for the coun. ty of Ottawa, holiien at tba Probata Office, In tha Tillage of Grand Haven, on Monday, the 10th day or August, in tho year one thou, tand eight hundrod and sixty-three. Presont, Augustus W. Taylor, Judge of Probate. In renter of the uUio of TLouiim R, Decker, deceased. r N reading and filing tha petition, duly Tor iflod of Eugene Decker, representing the death of said deceased, and that he died in the State of Tennessee, intestate, leaving estate in said county of Ottawa to be administered, and praying that administration of hit etnte may be committed to him and Sarah A. Decker, of aid county. Thereupon It is ordered, that Monday, tho 21st day of September next, at two o clock in tho afternoon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the heirs at law of said doceascd, and all other persons interested in said estate, are re quired to appear at a...

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. — 2 September 1863

0A THE GRAND HAVEN NEWS. VOLUME 5 NUMBER 220. GRAND HAVEN, MICH., SEPTEMBER 2, 18G3. TERMS U 00 PER ANNUM. THE RANI HAVEN NEWS Published every Wednesday, B"V J. OC J. W. 2dA.MJMli. TERMS ! ONK DOLLAR I'KR YEAR IX AVANi:K. iZHT $1 50 when left by the Currier. Office, oa Washington. Street, (Pint dottr ttbuvc th I'vtt-Ojjive,) CJrand Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. KATES OF ADVEHTISINO. Time, 5 00,10 00 2 w'ksX 75 1 50 3 w'ksAl 00 2 00 1 ui'thAl 25,2 50 2 uio's,2 004 00 3 rao's,? 300,5 00 6 mu'i, 400 (J 50 2 25 3 00 3 50 5 00 0 50112 00 7 50; I 1 00 8 50500 10 50 17 50 12 00(20 00 17 OO'.O 00 fl 50 8 00 1 year! 50o'h QpjlO 00 12 0(ljl5 0025 00 -10 00 Twelve line or less (Minion) make 1 square. Business Card not exceeding six lines, $11,00. Legal advertising at legal rates, fifty cents per folio for the fpt mid twenty-five cents rer folio for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal ilirectioiis, will be published until or dered on'4, and charged for....

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 2 September 1863

6tan& JJa'btn JJetos. (;rand Haven, - - - Michigan. WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 2, 1863. For the Grand Haven News. CORRESPONDENCE. Vienna, xkar Romk, N. Y., ) August 29, 16G3. j Mr. J..W. Bauns Dear Sir: You will perceive by the post-murk, hereto at tached, that I have remained rathor sta tionary for the week past. Indeed, I am so pleasantly located that I am quite loth to seek other localities for pleasure or health. And could you, for n moment, view the enchanting landscape that stretches henco, eastward and southward, as far as human vision can scan, leauti fully diversified with hill and valley, dale and tablo land, with hero and thero tho lofty spires of some thriving village point ing far into tho blue vault that canopies so much loveliness, and then, after tho eye has feasted on the beauty tho live long day, tu close it and float away into dream-land, at tho 6oft lull of water foun tains under your window, you would bo constrained to pity those doomed to bo shut up in a narr...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 2 September 1863

A II i V $ T , 1HG. NEWAND FAVORITE 1862. FALL STYLES! 1863. G-TUJSTID HAVEN Interesting corrospondonco will bo found on tlio first pngo of l!m week's HARp WARE STORE. Passenger and Express Freight Line. News. ' LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS Tub store) of II. lirouwer &. Brother, Washington street, we notice, is being en- Way is a man who keens the toll at tho brulgo like tho Jew! Because ho keeps the passover. - An nccident recently occuired at East manville, in the slave mill, by which a lad, Tborans Sterling, lost two of his fin gcrs. Beautiful was tho reply of a venerrv Mo man to the question, whether he was still in tho land of iho living: " No, but I am almosilihero." - ft Frost wil visiblo in many localities of our counlVjon Saturday and Sunday mlkon S morning lastjf Tho damage, if any, must have been Alright. asked a sailor why a ship was Uie." Tho son of Neptune un gallanfy replied that, " because tho rig gingcost so much." see in another column the announce ficnt of a Patriotic...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 2 September 1863

L EGA L AD VER TISEMEXTS. l'robafc Order. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, ss: At a teuton of the Probata Court for the coun ty of Ottawa, holdon at the Probata Office, in the village of Grand Haven, on Monday, the 10th day of August, in the yonr one thou, aand eight hundred and sixty-three. Present, Augustus W. Taylor, Judge of Probate, In the matter of the estate of Thomas Ii. Docker, deceased. ON reading and filing the petition, duly ver iflod of Eugene Decker, representing trio death of laid deceased, and that he died in the State of Tennessee, intestate, leaving estate in aid county of Ottawa to be administered, and praying that administration of his citato may le committed to bim and Sarah A. Docker, of auid county. Theroupon It is ordered, that Monday, the 21ft day of September next, at two o'clock in the aftornoon, be assigned for tho hearing of raid petition, and that the hoira at law of paid deceased, and all other persons interested in ssid estate, are re. quired to a...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 9 September 1863

n !j THE MAT EN MEW VOLUME 5 NUMBER 230. GRAND HAVEN, MICH., SEPTEMBER 9, 18G3. TERMS $1 00 PER ANNUM. THE CJIIAND HAVEN NEWS Published every Wednesday, B"V j. j. w. uarnq. rr.RMi: oxb pollar rr.n. ykak is advance Jir $1 SO when left Jy the Carrier. OITice, on Washington Ftrect, ( Firat dmtr abure th Polt-OJlct,) V.mud Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan RATES Or ADVERTISING Time, lsq I 2sq 1 1 w'k, ( sorfio 2 w'ks.C 75 1 50 3sj 4Kq col jcol leol " "T60 "2 002"6( 5 (M) 10 00 2 25 3 00 3 75 6 50 12 00 3 00 4 00 5 00 7 60jl4 00 3 50 4 60 5 50 8 50,15 00 5 00 5 75 6 50 10 60jl7 60 6 60 7 00 7 60 12 00 20 00 s oo s oo io oo n oo no oo 10 00jl2 00il5 00 25 00:10 00 3 w'ksAl 00 2 00 1 ra'tta.U 252 60 2 mu'i,) 2 00)4 00 .1 mo'i, 300 5 00 0 mo'bJ 400.0 50 1 year,? 500'3 00 Twelve lines or less (Minion) make 1 pqun re tk. .:.... r-..i. .,niY,.i,i;iiiiTlini'i. AM. (in. Legal advertising atlegnl rates, fifty cents per folio for the first nnd twenty-five cents per folio lor encn suuseiiucni insorwtiii....

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 9 September 1863

$1 6rani -Jatun JJttos. Grand Haven, Michigan. WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 0, 1863. Political Campaign in Ohio. The reports of the progress of tbo po litical enmpnign in Ohio nre most cheer ing for the cause of the democracy. Tho leaders of tho prrHj in that Stale ro working with commendable energy, and the jHiople appear to bo fully apprised of tho momentous issuo presented to them for decision. Tho result, asido from the army vole, is tio longer doubtful, liven with tho prospect that tho voto of tho ar ray will bo so manipulated by the author ities at Washington as lo be cast almost unanimously ngnirtst Mr. Vallandigham, his friends confidently predict a triumph. Tho administration party is badly fright ened, and working zealously. It 13 not improbablo that it will, if convinced that it can not carry the State by other means, inroke Burnside for a declaration of mar tial law, a day or two previous to election, and seek, by. forco, and the prescription of unwarranted oaths and unheard...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 9 September 1863

wu.T.tww.Ti.ji1jmiam , LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS. The love ibnt has nauLt but beauty to kwp it in good condition, is short lived and subject to sluTering ills. . An astronomical sensation is reported in England, viz: that a figure of the cross was recently observed upon tho moon ' Of late two interesting communications for the Xtwt havo been received, which, owing to their length, wo can not insert Parson Brownlow is about to estab lish his newspaper again on tho plunder his profanity gained him North, probably " No pains will bo spared," as the quack said when sawing oflf a poor fellow's log to cure him of the rheumatism If there are any who clesiro to rent commodious and pleasantly located dwell ings, in this village, they will do well to call at this office. Tns editor who kissed his sweetheart Baying please exchango," is believed not to have exceeded tho proper " liberty o tho press." "What do you ask for that article!" inquired Obadiahof a young Miss. "Fif teen shillings." " Ain't y...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 9 September 1863

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. i'robntc Order. STATE OP MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, At a sosslon of the Probate Court forth, coun- tyof Ottawa, hoi len at tho Probate Oflleo, in the villniro of Grand Haven, on Monday, the 10th day of August, in the year odo thou- nan J eight hundred and sixty-three. Present, Augustus W. Taylor, Judge of Probata, In the matter of tbo estate of Thomas R. Docker, doccascd. N rending and filing tho petition, duly Tor- ifiod of Eugene Docker, representing the deuth of (aid docoasod, and that he died in tho Stato of Tennessee, intestate, leaving estate in said county of Ottawa to be administered, and praying that administration of his estate may be committed to Lim and Sarah A. Docker, of said county, Thereupon It is ordered, that Monday, tbo 21st dny of Soptember next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, be assignod for tho bearing of paid petition, nnd that the boirs at law of said deceased, nnd all other persons interested in said estate, aro re quired to appear a...

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. — 16 September 1863

THE GHANB HAVEN NEW VOLUME 5 NUMBEU 231. GRAND HAVEN, MICH., SEPTEMBER 16, 1869. TERMS $1 00 PER ANNUM. TUB (.HAND HAVLNJVEWS. Published every Weduesduy, 33 "V J. Sc J. W. KRM: ONS DOLLAR PER YE All IS AUTANPE. jpir $1 50 when left by the Carrier. Office, on Washington Street, Firit door above th 'wt-OJfiee,) Grund Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. KATES OK ADVERTISING. jlenl 6 00j r. 60 7 50 8 50 10 50 12 00 17 00 25 00 leol 1000 12 00 11 00 15 00 17 50 20 00 30 00 40 00 1 1 w'k, 2 w'k 60jl (lOi'l 5tl 3 IKtj 2 60 7.vi :n 2 26 3 on : 75 3 w'ksAl Wi 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 1 m'th.Sl 26 2 50 3 50 4 50 5 50 2 mo's.) 2 00 t 00 5 00 5 75 rt 50 S io's, 300!4 00 50 7 00 7 50 0 moW 400 6 60 8 00! 9 00 10 00 1 ycar, 500 8 0010 00112 0015 00 Twelve lines or lees (Minion) make 1 square. Business Card, not exceeding six lines, $3,00. Local advertising atlegal rntes, firty cents per folio for the first and twenty-flvo cents per folio for earh suhsequont insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written ...

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. — 16 September 1863

$it,6ran& f aLun Dittos. Grand Haven, - - Michigan. WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPT. 15, 1863. Our Prospects Brighten. Again tba heart of the uatiou'is filled vrithjoy tit tho announcement of the nows that Morris' Island, with its formidable forts and latteries, after, the most terrific bombardment, by sea and land, ever known in tho history of tho world, has been evacuated by tho , enemy and the glorious old flag ctoce more floats triumph antly over its strong holds. Chattanoo ga and Cumberland Gap aro ours. We earnestly hope that no moans will be spared by the Government to crush the rebellion as speedily as possible, follow iog up each success of our arms till peace, based upon righteous and constitutional principles, shall again bless our wholo land with joy and prosperity abundant and per petual. Charleston. What shall bo the fate of the city wherein was inaugurated tho most formidable rebellion that ever black ened tho pages of history, ancient or modern ! Let it bo destroyed, if ...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 16 September 1863

LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS. Wheh ia'ft man ia debt over head and ears! Whoa bo has uot paid fur his wig. Wur U A dull and plausible man like no unriflod gno f Because ho is a smooth bore. To see bow merit attracts just step in to tho store of D. Cutler, Water f tref?t any afternoon or evening. We know whore there nro two or three good dwelling houses, in this village, that can be rented, and we'll tell immediately on application. Cnll nt tho Aews office A dandv, a fow mornings hinco, nc costed the carrier of Peckbani as follows "You take all sorts of trumpery in your cart, don't you f" " Yes, jump in ! jump in!" Only one boat leaves daily, at present, for Milwaukee, in connection with the I). & M. Railway, nnd that at 4 o'clock A M. The other boat is hauled off tempo rarily for repairs. "Is anybody wailing on you!'' said a polite dry-goods clerk, to a pretty girl from the country. "Yes, sir," paid the blushing girl; "that's my -feller outside. He wouldn't como in." Ah Additional stock...

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. — 16 September 1863

' LEGAL A D YE II TISEMEN TS. Chancery Order. STATE OF MicHIOAN, The Circuit Court for the Couuty of Ottawa : In Chancery : At a session of raid Court, hold at the Court Houso, intlie village of (J rand Haven, in laid county, on the 23d day of July, A. D. 1803 t Present, Hon. F. J. Littlejohn, Circuit Judge. Thomas D. Smith, Complainant, vs. Benjamin Smith, John L. King, Dennla Hol land, James I). Parsons, Newbold Lawrcucc, Thomas D. Gilbert, Frances P. Gilbert, Ran om Robinson, David Brown, William S. Pigo, Henry Wyuian, William I'ardoe, Charles H. Rroek, John W. Barnard, Isaac Hunting, James M. Poirce, Charles Rathbone, Sarah Oriswold, William M. Wilbur, Sarah V. Smith, Alonio Ilaldwiu, Robert Dhikely, Asher Lane, Theron V. Hunter, Gabriel Bandid, Elijuh Adams, Lucy Upton, Stephen King, Hiram W. Carney, Ovreu Trumble and Lucius Dolt wood, Defendants. IT satisfactorily appearing to this Court that the defendants, Hiram W. Carney, Owen Truinble, Benjamin Smith and Sarah F. Smith, ar...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 23 September 1863

6-1'- THE HAVEN NEWS. VOLUME 5 NUMBER 232. GRAND HAVEN, MICH., SEPTEMBER 23, 18G3. TERMS $l CO PER ANNUM. THE URAXD II A V UN -N U WS. Published every Woduosday, B V J. S J. "W. TERMS ! OMB BOLT.AH I'KIt VJ'.AH IM ADVANCK. pit 1 1 50 when left by tho Carrier. 3 :&r Office, on Washington Street, . (first '' itbuve (7i J'oit-OJiee,) Gruud Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Time, I Isg 2sq 3q j-'i J"1 icol I 1' Fw'k, 60,1 OOf 160 2 00, a io 5 dliIO (M 2w'ks, 76 1 80 2 2.1 3 0(1 3 7.', C3dil20 8 w'ksAl 00:2 HO I .TOO -100 5 00 7 60,110(1 1 m'th.Sl 25 2 r.() :t 50 4 50 5 50 8 50:15 00 2mo'B,)2 Ott't 00 5 00 5 75 0 50 10 501750 3iho's. 300': 00 1 0 50 .7 00 7 50 12 00,20 00 Brno's,? 400i) 50 S 0l! 0 00,10 00 17 00:::0 ()0 1 year, 500,8 OIl'lO 00,12 00 15 00 25JI0 1000 Twelve Hum or loss (Minion) make 1 square. Business Cards, not oxi cod in;,' six linos, $;'.,00. Legal advertising nt legal r.itcs, lirty vent per folio for the tint and twenty-five cents per folio for ea...

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. — 23 September 1863

t tinni $tmi tttos. Grand Haven, - - - Michigan. WEDNESDAY EVENING. SEPT. 23, ISM. The Republican or "Union" Party. Tho N. Y. JhralJ, speaking of tho po litical movements, in New York; prepara tory to tho election, says: " Tho party which now calls itself Un ion is nn olJ ncquaintanco with a now ti tle It is tho abolition republican faction, which was defeated last year, when it ran Wadsworth for Governor, and which has been known at various times as tho Fed eral, tho whig, tho know-nothing and tho republican party. Thcso abolition politi cians have tho bad habit of changing their name after every defeat, as Satan varies his disguises wherever his temptations fail. Tho term Union could scarcely bo more grossly misapplied than when it is assum cd by such a faction. They aro tho (lis union, not tho Union, party. Tho only Union w hich thoy will accept is a Union on equal terms with negroes. Tho largest plank in their platform is 1 no Union with slaveholders.' They aro disciples of Gar ...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 23 September 1863

i mi rj w LOCAL ASD NEWS ITEMS. A u u v s t , is ; :i NEWAND FAVOMTE 1862. FALL STYLES! 1863 CKRXTID HAVEN on. Rosacrs ltol:acii BITTERS ABE NOT TO BE EXCELLED Notiiino but bin sppnratos between u ftuJGoU! Passenoer and Express Freight Line HARDWARE STORE. A1K6SR3. Steqkman fc Urother nre receiving now goods fresh from ibo great Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad Terms, - - - - Cash city. In connection with the new and powerful UPPER CAIUN STEAMSHIPS I W I II T V U T li 12 U Luz Democrats proposes to Bave the country and restore tho Union by n strict "DETROIT' it- "MIL WA UKEK. Adherence to the Constitution and Laws, . 1 1 Potatoes are selling in our market, at retail, at soventy-fivo couU per bushel, and not very plenty at that price. The Slate of Minnesota paid $25 for the scalp of Littlo Crow, and have had it tanned. Rowland Hill said, "Ho would not give a farthing for that man's religion whose cat and dog wero not tho better for it." Secession. Secede from every name and kind of S...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 23 September 1863

L EGA L AD VEIt TISEMEX TS. THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY ! 51 Vcscjr street, New York. Sinco its organization, hns created a now era in tlio history of lVliolcsnlein;; Tens in this Country! ' , They hnvo introduced their selections of Tea, and arc gulling them at not over TWO CENTS (.02 Cents) per lb. above cost, TJCrNover deviating from tho one prieo asked. Another peculiarity of tho Company is that tnoir lea luster not only Uovotes his timo to the selection of their Tens as to quality, vuluo, and particular styles for particular localities of country, hut ho helps tho tea buyer to ehooso out of their enormous ftonk such Teas as are best adapted to his particular wants, and not only this, but points out to mm tho best bur gains. It is easy to boo tho incalculable advnntago a Tea Buyer has in this establishment over all others. If h is no judgo of Ten, or tho Market, if his time is valuable, he hn nil tho benefits of a well organized system of doing business, of an immense capital...

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. — 30 September 1863

THE GRAND HAYEN NEW VOLUME 5 NUMBER 233. THE GRAND HAVEN NEWS, Published evory Weduesday, 33 "V J. 5c J. W. BARNS. BUMS ! OXB DOLLAR I'ER YEAH IN ADVANCE. ptr $ 1 50 when left by tlie Carrier. Offloe, on Washington Street, (Fint door ubore the Pott-Office,) Grand Haven, Ottawa Co., .Michigan. BATES OF ADVERTISING. Time, liq 2qJJHJ MJJUJ??-1 1 w'k, ( 60,1 00 2 w'ks.t 751 50 3 w'kiAl 002 00 1 in'th.U 25(2 50 2 wo'O 2 00 it 01) 3 rao's,) 300i 00 1 50 2 001 2 50 s oq;iuoo 2 25 3 00 3 50 5 00 3 00 3 75 4 00 5 00 4 50 5 50 5 75 0 50 6 5Vl2 00 7 50:11 00 8 6015 00 1050:1750 12 00 20 00 17 0030 00 25 00 40 00 6 50 7 00 7 50 8 Oft' 9 00110 00 10 00112 0()15 00 6 ino's.r 400 0 50 500,8 00 1 year. Twelve linos or less (Minion) make 1 equarc. Business Curds, not exceeding six lines, $3,00. Legal advertising at legal rates, fifty cents per folio for the Orst and twenty-fivo cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will be publ...

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. — 30 September 1863

t 6 ran Uabtn Uttos. Grand Haven, - Michigan. WEDNESDAY EVENING. SEPT. 30, 1863. The nlea of 44 military nocossil)-," when plainly stated, amounts to this, and do more: Tbat we must permit violations of the constitution and infringements of law; wo must witnoss, without a struggle or roi'notistranco, the interference of tho military jKwcr to control elections; right and justice must bo held in abeyance at the dictate of expediency; in short that wo must consent, for a time, trrsurrerulcr our liberties that the 44 govemmont'a " policies mny succeed. Tho barbaric pro ccpt, that in timo of war the laws lose their force, is adopted and reaffirmed by tho administration party. Dr. Franklin thought othcrwiso, but ho was not n mod ern patriot. Ho was told the inheritors of American freedom and American Union that 44 Those who givo up essential liber crty to purchaso a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety Chi cago Timet. Let it bo remembered our County Fair takes place ...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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