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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 30 September 1863

LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS. 18G2. FALL STYLES! 18G3. An Englishman's lunch A slico of urn, six hoggi, and a quart of; halo. Jons McKinnev lias boon pardoned vj Gov. Blair, and is again at liberty. Prices of goods and produco of all lands are rapidly tending upward. Excess, blood and ruin mark the courso of the present administration. Note it. Eklaroement of business b good ev idence of prosperity, as wilncsseg the ex tension now in courso of completion at the store of II. Brouwcr & Brother. Quick Time. Tho new schooner Mi' nerva, owned by Captains Louttit and Howlett, of this port, made atrip to Buf falo, quite recently, in a littlo over four and three- fourth days. Ws are ifnormcd by our correspondent, residing near Berlin, that Mr. Samuel L, Bignlow, an old resident of Wright, died quite suddenly of npnoplexy on the 22d inst., aged C9 years. We publish in this issue the 'rules and regulations adopted by tho Trustees of tho Union School, of this village, for the ol servanceof parties...

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. — 30 September 1863

LEO A L AD VEH TISSUE NTS. THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY ! 51 Vcscr street, New York. biace its organization, hat created a new era in tlio history of IVIioIcsalein? Teas in this Country ! They have introduced their (elections of Teas, and are idling them ut not over TWO CENTS (.02 Cents) per lb. abovo cost. "Nevcr deviating from tho one price asked. Another peculiarity of the Company is that their Tea Taster not only dovotus his time to tho oloction of their Teas as to quality, value, and particular styles for particular localities of country, but he helps tho tea buyer to chooso out of their enormous stovk such Teas as are best adapted to his particular wants, and not only this, but points out to him tho best bar gains. Id is easy to see tho incalculable advantage a Tea Buyer has in this establishment over all others. If he is no Judgo of Ten, or tho Market, if his time is valuable, ho has all tli benefits of a woll organized system of doing business, of an immense capital, of th...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 7 October 1863

VOLUME NUMBER 234 . THE GRVNl) HAVKN NEWS, Published every Wednesday, B"" J. as J. "W. HARN8. ClRMii OUt DOLLAR PER YEAR I If ADVANCB jpiT $1 50 when left by the Carrier. Office, on Washington Street, (First door ubove tha Pott-OJlce,) 3raud Haven, Ottawo Co., Michigan. KVTE9 OF ADVERTISING. Tittle, lsq 2sq 3sq 4sq Jeol Jeol I leol 1 w'k. 5o;i oo 75 l 50 1 60 2 25 3 00 3 50 5 00 0 50 8 00 2 00 3 00 4 00 "2 50 3 75 5 00 5 001 6 50 7 60 8 60 10 50 12 00 17 00 25 00 10 (tO 2 w'ks, 12 00 II 00 15 00 1750 20 00 3 w'ksAl 00 2 00 1 m'th.Sl 25 2 50 2 roo'8,)2 00 4 00 4 5!! 5 50 5 7S 6 50 7 00 7 50 9 0'iltO 00 3 mo's.) 300 5 00 6 mo'f,? 400 6 501 30 00 lyear. 500,3 OOj 10 00,12 00)15 00 40 00 Twelve lines or leas (Minion) make 1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding six linos, $3,00. Legal advertising nt legal rates, fifty cents per folio for tho first and twenty-flvo cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will be publis...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 7 October 1863

t 6nnb jfjalmt Utias. Crand Haven, - - - Michigan. WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCT. 7, 1863. MiunmmiMrnii Then and Now. Bofore this dreadful civil war, which would never liavo inken place had not fa naticism rented its bloody head and usurp ed tho government of tho nation, wo had pcaco and prosperity nt homo and abroad. Wo wcro respected among other na tions of tho earth. Wo had an undisturbed commerce thro' out tho world. No forcigu nation dared to tread upon our borders. Wo had tho perfect freedom of habeas corpus. Wo had frco speech and a free press. Wa had no Provost Marshals or basliles. We had no shoddy contractors or ve nal Governors. Wo had no arbitrary arrests. Wo had no banishments lor opinion sake. Wo had no overwhelming national debt. We had no oppressivo tarills, for tho sake of Eastern manufactures. We had no government tax, nor army of tax collectors. Wo had no largo standing army. We had plenty of gold and silver. We had cheap living. Wo had Union and prosperity every where W...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 7 October 1863

LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS. " A lass I I fttn no mora," as the girl said when she got married. ' m - The draft has been ordorod to tako j)laco in tho First Congnmiotml District of this State. ; A brayixo donkey, however stupid ho may look, is unquestionably an ass toot animal. Potato Mot. Tho potato crop of Liv ingston county m roported almost a fail ure on account of tho rot. The recoipts from tho Internal Revo 'Iiuo tax nro said to bo sufficient to pay :lho interest on tho public debt. Curran was ouco nskeil by one of his" brother judges, "Do you sco anything ri diculous in this wis?" " Nothing but tho Lend," was tho reply. Thk Sabbath Schools of Nunicn. and Beckerville are having a pleasure exctir sion, on tho D. & M. Railway, to-day, to Grand Rapids, ond return this evening, Union. Unilo your good flour wiih D. 11. DcLand & Co.'s Chemical Saler . itus if you want extra bread, biscuit and pastry of all kinds. United they rise, di vided they fall. -' Messrs. ReArsdsley & Co....

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 7 October 1863

LEUAL A V YER TISEMENTS. Probate Order. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, ss: At a nenolon of the Probate Court forthocoun ty of Ottawa. holJon at the Probate Office, lu the village of Grand JIaven, on Monday the twenty-eighth day of Sept., in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-throe. Present, Augustus W. Taylor, Judge of Pro- ' bate. In the matter of the estate of Will iam Blakoney, dccenscd. . ON reading and filing the petition, duly ver ified, of William M.Blnkenoy.rcpresenting the death of enld deceased, and that he died iu said county of Ottawa testate, and praying that an instrument in writing, now on fllo with this court, purporting to be the last will and testa ment of said deconsed, may be admitted to pro bate and he and James Cilley be appointed ex ecutors thereof. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, tho 26th day of Octobor next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, be assigned for the hearing of aid petition, and that tho heirs at law of said deceased, and all...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 14 October 1863

THE G-MAN ''HAVEN MEW VOLUME NUMBER 235. GRAND HAVEN, MICH, OCTOBER 14, 1863. TERMS $1 00 PER ANNUM. THE GKAND HAVEN NEWS. Published every Wednesday, 33V J. Se J. "W. BARNS. fUHII'OHI DOLLAR PR TEA l ADTAHC. flr $1 50 when left by the Carrier. fiaf Office, on Washington Street, (Fint door abovt tkt roit-OJJic,) TJrund Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. RATK3 OF ADVERTISING. Time, lsq 2sq 3q 4sq Jcol Jeol lcol 1 w'k, 6011 00 75 I 50 00 2 00 25 2 50 ! 00 4 00 300 5 00 400 6 60 600S 00 1 50 2 25 3 00 3 50 5 00 0 50 8 00 10 00 2 001 3 00 4 00 4 60 2 50 6 00 10 00 i 2 w'ks, 3 75 6 00 6 60 0 60 7 50 10 00 15 00 8 50 7 60 8 60 12 00 3 w'ks.U 14 00 1 in'th.Sl 16 00 2 mo'i. 5 751 1Q 50 17 60 20 00 3 rao's 7 00 9 00 12 00 0 nio's, 17 00 30 00 40 00 1 year, 12 00i 25 00 Twelve lines or less (Minion) make 1 q" t...;. r.r.l. nnt exceeding six line, $3,00. Logal advertising at legal rates, fifty cents per folio for the flrst ana iweniy-uve r for each subsequent insertion. . Advertisements unaccompanied...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 14 October 1863

Grand Havm, - Michigan WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCT. 14, 1863. The first abolition administration lias supplied us with man j thing of which we were never before poscssed. Il bas given us thousand! of widows and or phans; filled our streets with maimed and broken human beings; erected for our nc comrnodaiion numberles military prisons, furnished us lavishly with military au thorities, spies . and informers, after tho manner of Australia; has blessed us with an army of tax-gatherers and hungy offi cials, who consume the Bubstaace of the 'people; has initiated us into tho experi ences of a 6iarnp act, and entailed upon us a national debt to which that of Eng land will aoon be ft mere circumstance; has given tbo national capital all the airs and glitter of a court; has demonstrated that America can excel the world in thiev ery and corruption, as she does in fast yachts and reaping machines; and has fi nally enabled us to rcalizo tho beautio of ft military conscription. These are a few only o...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 14 October 1863

t LOCAL AND NEWS ITEMS. ;To Circuit Court for Ottawa Count will be io session next weak. , , Wrecked. Tho achoouer? Frolic ahj Union, which wo mentioned as beacheJ, near this placo, io our last issue, will prove, it is thought, a total wreck. A telegraphic despatch roceived this morning indicates the election of Broogh, of Ohio, by a decided majority, and Cur tin, of Peensjlvania, bj a slight major ity. ' Said an astronomer to a bright-eyed pirl when talking of rainbows, Did you ever aoe a lunar bow, Miss V "I havo aeen a beau by moonlight, if that is what you moan," was the sly rejoinder. Rev. Dr. IIadkn, was duly authorized President of the State University, on the 1 st insL His add ress on the occasion was an admirablo one, and tho poem, rend by Mr. D. Bethune DufQeld, of Detroit, wor thy of the man and the occasion. LiBRARUN.f-Mr. Thomas J. Akeley lias been appointed librarian of our Dis trict School Library, by the trustees of tho Union School, lie desires that all library book...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 14 October 1863

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Probate Order. STATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Ottawa, 11: At a session of tb Probate Court forth coun ty of Ottawa, bolden at the Probate Office, in the Tillage of Grand Haven, on Monday the twenty-eighth day of Sept, in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty-three. Present, Augustus W. Taylor, Judge of Pro. bate. In the matter of the estate of Will lam Blakeney, deceased. ON reading and filing the petition, duly ver lfied, of William M.Blakeney.representing the death of said deceased, and that ha died in aid county of Ottawa testate, and praying that an instrument in writing, now on file with this court, purporting to be the last will and testa ment of said deceased, may be admitted to pro bate and bo and James Cilley be appointed ex ecutors thereof. ' Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the 2flth day of October next at two o'clock in the afternoon, be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the heirs at law 01 saia deceased, and all other n...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 21 October 1863

THE (&RANB HAEW .NEWS VOLUMES NUMBER 238. GRAND HAVEN, MICH, OCTOBER 21, 18G3. TERMS $1 00 PER ANNUM. THE GRAND 1IAYUX NEWS. Published every Wednesday, B"V J. Ss J.' "VV. OARN8. ttRMI: OSE DOLLAR PKR YBAR ll AUVA.NCIC, flf'll 50 when left by the Carrier. Jff Office, on Washington Street, (Firtl door above tht Poit-OJJice,) :ruud Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. RATES OF ADVERTISING. rime, lsq 5 00! 1 0 00 75 1 50 A 50 12 00 7 50l4 00 8 50'15 00 10 50 17 50 12 00 20 00 17 00 30 00 Twelve line or less (Minion) make 1 square. Business Card, not exceeding six linos, $3,00. Logal advertising at legnl rates, fifty cent por folio for the first and twenty-five cents per folio for each subsequent Insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will be published until or dered out, and charged for. When a postpone ment Is added t an advertisement, tho whole will be charged, the same as forthe first insertion. Job Trintiug, AH kin s of Hook, Curd, Post-Bill, Catalogu...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 21 October 1863

s that the sum of tloven tbousnud dollar bo assessed on tha taxable property of the county for the purpose of paving past in debtedness, ana for future use of said fund, until June 1, A. D. 1864. Okorok W. Rcxd, 1 Committee Hiram Jknnison, Vol. Relief Gilis T. Woodbury. ) Fund. Grand Haven, October 14, 1863. On motion, of Mr. Lillie, the report was accepted aud adopted. conclusion hezt issue. Grand Haven, Michigan. WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCT. 21, 1863. The Draft in Michigan Ten Thou, sand More- Michigan, after having furnished fifty thousand men for this war, is now called upon for eight thousnnd more, to be se lected by lot or conscription. Arnntima tion is already given out that quickly fol lowing this will be a demand of six hun dred thousand more, which will be equal to a call upon the State of twenty-two thousand men. We have not a word to sny in opposition to the draft because the law stands upon the statute book and the legislative department ?f the government have invested the E...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 21 October 1863

1862. FALL STYLES! 1863. Capt. Edward S. MiIen, Jiue of Crockery, has bocu proinotej to Colonel HARDWARE STORE. LOCAL ASH SEWS ITEMS. AUUUST, 1 so a. new and favorite Passenger and Express FreioiitLine. Detroit & Milwaukco Railroad. Id connection with the new andpowcrlul UITER CADIX STEAMSHIPS of eolorod regiment. It Las been ascertained that tbo man who M bold on to tbo last," was a .hoe maker. Mr. Georqb Pkauodv bas presented Yalo College with a geological cabinet worth $125,000. " Our minister's a wonderful prcacber," said a country bumpkin; "be comes out wi' a roar just like a bull. Capt. Dicey, of tbo Sharp Shooters, is in lown on recruiting service, givipg our townsmen and others a last opportunity of "comiug in out of the draft," before the evil day cometh. " Mr party, sir will not lie in idleness," said an abolitionist 41 Very trno, sir," re torted bis opponent, " your party is nei ther chargeable with lying in idleness nor idleness in king." The Circuit Court commenced ...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 21 October 1863

LEGAL J D VF.R TJSEJIEXTS. Probate Order. STATK OFMICIIIGAN. County oTOttUwa.H: At a session of the Probate Court for the coun ty of Ottawa, hl .'on at tho Probate Office, In the Tillage of Grand Haven, ou Monday, the . 12th day ot October, in the year one thousand eight hundrod and sixty-three ' Present, Au gustus W, Taylor, Judge of Probate. In the matter cf the estate of Edward T. Plnnt, de ceased. , .. ON reading and Cling the petition, -duly ver ified of Jamca D. Taylor, representing the death of said deceased and that Le died in said county of Ottawa, testate, and praying for the probate of on instrument on file with thia Court and purporting to be the last will and tes tament of said deceased, and that execution thereof may be committed to Dr. John T. Day ton, of said county of Ottawa. Thereupon ft is otJered, that Monday, tho Pth lny of November next, at 2 o'clock in tho aftor noon, bo assigned for the bearing of snid peti tion, and that the boirs at law of snid deceased, an...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 28 October 1863

K n a (J THE G1AM) HA YEN NEWS VOLUME 5 NUMBER 237. GRAND HAVEN, MICH., OCTOBER 28, 1803. TERMS $1 00 PER ANNUM. THE GRAND HAVEN NEWS. Published every Wednesday, B-5T J. 3c J. W. BARNS. i? CRMS : 0!1 POLtAB PBB TEAR IS ADVANCE. ' f 1 50 when loft by the Carrier, Office, on Washington Street, (firtt door above the Pott-Ofic,) rund Haven, Ottawa Co., Michigan. RATES Of ADVERTISING. "i'imo, lug 2q 3sq 4sg ) Ml"1 I I w'kT? 60jl OOrn'oTToOi 2 601 6U0ji JOUEN AL OF 75 I 50 00 2 00 2 w'ks, l w'ksXt 1 m'tuAl 25 2 50 mo'.)2 00 4 00 30015 00 3 ino'aJ 3 00 3 50 5 f) 0 fl ur'oo .300 4 00 4 50 5 75 7 00 0 00 3 75 5 00 5 50 0 50 7 50 10 00 lcol 10 00 6 50 12 00 7 60 14 00 8 50 15 00 10 50117 60 12 0020 00 17 01)130 00 010 00112 00il500j2500UOO unei 1 i ! rMinioiO make 1 square. ,. ..;..: i.ii. trim. Legal advertising at legal rates, fifty cents i per folio for the first and twenty-five cents per ioio Ul OWO lUUBC'UUU. IllltSI Mum . Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal direcaons, 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. — 28 October 1863

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Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 28 October 1863

"Exoutr-Eibni" thousand men hav serted Trora our armies. " Mrs. Trollop left-a lanvj f. .h mnda by bor literary trash. Our issuoof this 'week is dolaye . uay n consequenca of an unusua job work and indisposition. pr. Officers absent without leave h i win be reduced to the ranks, to for three years or during tho war. ' Thb Enquirer, of Grand Rapids, the salutation in their streets now is are you, Conscript! Aro you insult It is estiated that tho wheat crolRcfreshinents at Detroit, Owosso and Grand England oflhis year will be enunl KT?m; of J""irl..i ic ii . . in tout auuca together, a A if aw c ..IZT ..... I throughout tho west on Thursday. Ir'irnrvn puis nv ALL NIGHT MAJft V nr. V,; i i :t , . 1 uiug nw ir no u ocuuusiy uuri ai Uie DUrslinw of a l.Eoutlicrn, ami uranu irunn ihu.u . , I AT MILWAUKEE With the Mississippi, on n Steamboat, replied that ho was iLaerosso, Racine. Chicago, Watcrtown, and s he had been blown up so manr tlIIoricon 1UilrouJ' f,,r a11 l,oinU "cst " . . . ... r...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grand Haven news. — 28 October 1863

LEGAL ADVERTISESEMS. l'robnfc Order. STATE OFMICHIGAN, County of Otttawn.ss: At a session of (lie Probate Cuurt fur the coun ty of Ottawa, holilon at tho Probate Ollioo, in tho village of Gir.nd llnvcn, on Monday, tlie 12tb.day of October, in theyear one thousand eight hundred nnd sixty-three. Present, Au gustus W, Taylor, Judi;n of Probate. In the matter of tho estate of Edward T. Plant, de ceased. ON reading nnd filing tho petition, duly vir ifiod of James J!. Taylor, representing the death of said deceased mid tliat l.o died in mid county of Ottawa, testate, and praying fur the probate of an instrument on file with thin Court and purport ing tu ho tho last will mid tes--tauient of said deceased, nnd that execution thereof may ho committed to Dr. John T. Day ton, of paid county of Ottawa. Thereupon it in ordered, that Monday, tho Oth day of November next, at 2 o'clock in tho after noon, ho nssignad for tho hearing of said peti tion, and that tho heirs at law of en id deceased, and...

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 November 1863

THE MA. YEN NEW VOLUME 5 NUMBER 238. GRAND HAVEN, MICH., NOVEMBER 4, 18G3. TERMS $1 00 PER ANNUM. THE GRAND HAVEN NEWS. Published every Wednesday, 13 "VT J. Se J. W. DARNS. TCRMI: 031 DOLLAR FCR JKXR IX ADVANCE. MT" $ 1 50 when left by the Carrier. jp Office, on Washington Streot, Fir$t door abov (A Pvtt-OJtee,) Grand Haveu, Ottawa Co., Michigan. RATES OV ADVERTISING Time, I liq I 2sq I Ssq I 4sq I col Jeol lcoj ToomTtio 0 6uil2OO 7 50 14 00 8 60 15 00 10 6()!l7 60 12 00 20 00 17 Ooj.30 00 25 00140 00 1 w'k, rfToonroo 2 60 i 2 25 3 00 3 76 i 3 00 4 00 5 00 I 3 60 4 50 6 50 I 6 00 5 75 fl 50 I 6 60 7 00 7 60 I 8 00 0 00 10 00 i 10 00 12 00l500 2 w'ks,' 3 w'ks,U 1 in'tb.,' 2 rai'i.( 3 iho' 6 iuo't, 1 Vcftr,( Twelve lines or lent (Minion) make 1 square. Business Cards, not exceeding six line, $3,00. Legal advertising at legal rates, fifty cents per folio lor the first and twenty-five cents per folio for each subsequent Insertion. Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal dire...

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 November 1863

(Sranir $sbtn gUtos. Grand Haven, Michigan NOV. 4, 1863 WEDNESDAY EVENING, The Men who want the War to go on. All lb -bolitionists, who want slavery torn out root and branch, even if the coun try is ruined, want the war to go on, but they dont want to help. All the federal assessors, who make three and four dollars a da, want the war to go on, but ihey dont want to help. All the tax collectors, who got ten per cent on commutation money, want tho war to go on, if it takes every man but themselves. All the shoddy contractors, who have made princely fortunes by furnishing rot ten clothing to the soldiers, want the war to go on without them. All ship owners, who sell the " govern ment" rotten vcssals for double tho cost of a good vessel, want tho war to go on for they can afford to pay $300. All the cotton speculators, who go in cahoots with generals to steal coiton, want the war to go on till the cotton is all stolen. All the knaves who sell old, spavined ring-boned and blind horses to...

Publication Title: Grand Haven News, The
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