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1 Tht “0.4 South Church/ pushed him backwards into the crater, and he fell a thousand feet below with a heavy thud. As lie struck the bottom The fire In Boston has brought the I heard a voice tcreamlng out some- ancient edifice, known aa the Old South thing about “non-forfeiture;" but there Church. promlnenUy into view. The was a sudden convulsionof the moun- report that it had fallen a prey to the tain, a clond of smoke, and I heard no terrible confiagratlon sent a thrill of more. sorrow through the heart of the whole I know it was wrong. I know I had nation. Wheravar the eons of New no right to kill Gunn in that manner England were to be found— and where hot he forced me to do it in self-de- areUiey not?— there were heard exfence, and 1 hope his awful fate will pressions of heartfelt gnef at the debe a warning to oilier insurance agents struction of thle monument of the early who remain among us. days of old Bnatoo. Happily, howev’

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Niagara Falls Without Watkr.— most miraculouslypreserved, imkf the On the 2tRh of March, 1848, the river ruins of the stately palace* of trade presented a remarkable phenomenon. with which it was swrounded. But n

than anythingof so early a date hitherto dliCOvered i In Moab, were to explain how 1 could beat his com- There Is no record of a similar one, nor renewed interest In the quaint and curifound»op the ^orders of Utu .desert, pany out of a fortune. If I eat down has it been observed since. The win- ous building Is excited by its narrow ilrand Rapids k HolUad ft. ft. east ftJuUwbst ofiffcsUbdPiJMlQ furnish to dinner in a restaurant,up would ter had been Intensely cold, and the ice escape from destruction,and a tow ooino north. oowflwtrrn tlonery and Proipnrss. Mall. •TATION8. Mail. Eiprcis :hftlr next formed on Lake Brie was very thick. facts relating to its history may not ha streets. . m. e. m. * cheelrng anec- This was loosened around Uie snores by outof place. *,.»« nato <?bSk i^^dran^le^asIpme.he wouid tell a clieelr 5.10 - Holland, residence8. W. tseland. um IftKynfcdtfonevtqf iid^AMd I» dote about a mao who Insured In his the warm days of the early spring. More than two hundred yean ego compRuy for |5d,000 only last week, During the day a stiff easterly wind the society which erected this church furniiW’O'fchif wtnifirculir* Editions, moveti the whole field up the lake. was organized. It Was the third ConnoONB, H.. Livery and Sale Stable. Market On either side of the only entrance js a and was buried yesterday If 1 attended Uie funeral of a departed friend, and About sundown the wind chopped sud- gregational Society in Boaton, and waa street. Dst ftacode of carved work, 180 feet Lb wept as they threw the earth upon his denly around, and blew a gala from organisedhi ouasequaMaof a quarrel length and 17 feet in heifhv AftimaU, nAKKBK. J. O,. Manufacturer of and dealer oomn, I would hear a whisper, and, the west. This brought the vast tract in thq Pint Church, in which acurious Din BooU and Shoes, Righth street. birds. Howers, fruit and even men arc turning around, there would be the of Ice down again with such tremendous theological question was involved. The chiseled with great thoroughness of iRKTSCH, Daniel.General dealer In Dry Co&isn indomitable Benjamin P. Gunn, burst- force that It filled the neck of the lake, tint building erected by the society waa work and dblleacy of touch, and Uie lons^ats,Caps et Nortk. whole is in a marvelous state of preaer ing to say; "Poor Smith! knew him tpd the outlet, to thet the outflow of 0f wood, it w* bullion the ill* of sir ith well. Insured for ten thousand in our the water wet very grustly Impeded. Of the pneent church la 1MD. In 17W vjition. The vaullDd toofi of eight of company. Widow left in comfortable Uie cha»bers of the palace yet remain, ________ _ all kinds of printing done neatly, a. m circumstance®. Let me take your uiul die plun and details buvo led Mr. and at low flgnres,Rlghth street. Grand Haven II 19 Qsme. Shall I?”.,, K<TgSjil to ctM^ectifre inatthe Persian 11 16 Holland quenoe was, that when we arose in the building was on the 26th of April 1786 IXHOADVIORR. G. W., House painting, Glaz10 00 conquSl^.ChosrQes was (he founder. He followed me "everywhere; until 1 king, Paper hanging, KalsomfAlngetc. All at last I got so sick of Gunn’s persecu morning at Niagara, we found that our (Old Style). 9 10 N|r Henry Hawimaon questioned the work promptly attanded ta >v 8 09,., Kalamaaoo tion that I left town suddenly one riverwos nearly half gone. The AmerInternally,this church is very quaint stRiadiidsa-'Wf this opinion, on the riLOBTINGH; ATlieok Blnlfcr, and dealer gfc^tdUmt a military inWIdwr -Who evening, and hid myself in a secluded ican channel had dwindled into s re- and intereatiog.-ill pulpit is provided VJIn Books and Stationery, River street. ct untry village,hoping to get rid of spectable creek. The British channel Grand Rapids and Indiana with a soiihding board, and that, tof, etoAk'd tliU tract on hi)i way. to bun. At the end of two weeks I re- looke;’. as though it had smitten with a gfthff with the old-fashionedhigh, -AvOuhl not have Mad sufficient f\R VRIES, U., Dealer In Harness. Satchels, turned, reaching home at one in the quick consumption and wom fast pass- square box-pewa-ltfdouble-tler of pUiyrrantn. Saddles, Whips. Robes etc., Cincinnati,Richmond h ft. wayni R. R e coifitni to attftlim itlch CealmM Tim* Caft-Vov.11. 1171. morning. I had hardly got into bed ing away. Far up from the head of leriea— in snort, its whole appearance, Rlghth street. this m it niay, fUWttote of Ko,l|No.8 No/ OOINO NOITH. before there was a ring at the door bell. Goat Island,and out into the Canadian at once arrests the attention of the ;|De sooiewliere about rvlJURSKMA A CO„ Dealers in Dry Goods, IJp*aerinl^A>ck.!ry,OU*iOrane,Hat^Cspr Richmond ....... ,.>< ..... ume, “Union I looked out, and there was Gunn with rapids, the water was gone, as it was visitor and excites an interest la Un : U » Clothing and Pawl, River street. . v . .... 11 49 Newport .................. the history another personl He naked if Max also from the lower end of Goat Island, history. The pages of the history of Adder was at home. I said I was the out beyond the tower. The rocks were the city of Boston, before, daring, and f.t LVERDINK A WRSTERHOF. General Winchester ............... road al- man. Mr. Gunn then observed that bare, black aud foi bidding. The roar after the Hevoluiion,ftrefull of allusioas tlidecrsal In Boots and Shoes repairing neatly done, River street,next Packard A Woodhams ge of the he expected my reti n, and thought he of Niagara had subsided almost to a to Uie Old South Church. Faneui! Hall the hot baths would call around about thatinsuiance mean. Tlte scene was desolate, and was during the Revolntloir,much Kalllrboe T7M.I RMAN. J., Wagon and Blacksmith Shop, K. but for its novelty and the certainly •mailer than it is now, and It was frewhere Herod Uie Great nought Ui ob policy. Htfakl he had the doctor r Horse Shoeing and all kinds of repairing Fort Warns, D .A ........ 7 00 a w with him, aud it 1 would come down that It would change before many quently Uie case that meetings, -too .8 1/ done. Cash pain for Furs. Kendalvillp ...... u,.f tain a curd, Was tlmtodgM^'Mploted. he would take my name and have me hours, would have been gloomy and iT« 'X large to be accommodated there, .were This gorge was not7 tfiikn.fw^f TTERGLD, R.. Manufacturerof and dealer in Mendon ................... 10 (* insured immediately. I was too indi{ saddening. Every person who has visltqd adjourned to the Old Somh. It was in n. Boots and Shoes, Leather. Findings etc.. Kalamazoo, A ............ 11 10 7 40 A M but Makaur, which from its modern Niagara will remember a beautiful jet nant to reply. I shut the window, wit Rlghth street. 11 90 3 00 8 00 nnm£4|<UrqiU{U}e rekymblance of its Kalamazoo, D ........... Warren Bond a slam, and went to bed again. After of water about forty rods south of the pm and delivered Ids oration on the annipvflifIM 1o dfrfnwion fcive^ by Public,col- Montelth.... ..... .. ... 12 01 I T ARRINGTON.B, J. breakfaat in the morning I opened the outer sister in the great rapids, called, yeraary of the massacre of March 5th, .loseph,must also certainly be Macij®Illscts accounts, also dealer in Lath, Plaster Grand Rapids ....... ...... 1 40 front door, and there was Gunn sitting witli a singular contradictionof terms, 1770 In Uie presence of a hostile and Lime; offlee on River street. rus, was readied for the tirst tiui'j. Howard City ................. 337 on the steps with his doctor, waiting the, “Leaping Hock.” The writer soldiery, and in deflnace of thnae in Other travelers have seen it from 8 00 1 7 for me! He had been there all night. drove a buguy from near tbe head of VTEALD, Km Manufacturer of Pumps, Ag- Up. Big Rudds ......... authority,this brave man made the a distance or, more probably have nricullural Implements, and and commission commission Reed Oty Ilricultural 588 As L came out they seized me and tried Goat Island to a point above and near walls of the Old South ring with his Vgent for Mowing Machines, cor. 10th A -f yT had the direction of.Ua to undress me there on the pavement, to that let. With a log cart and four eloquent denunciationof the murderen to them, and have then i^hcKpd^jlt •oikt1 in onler to examine me. •’ 1 retrea'ed horses he had drawn Irom tlte outside and oppressors of his people. It was erroneously on their map but Dr. and locked myself up in the garret, of tlte outer island a stick of pine tim (lam Lake ..... Tristraips the first , who in modern n this church that the series of meether, hewed twelve inches square and lACOBCSSKN* HRO.. Plain and OrnaU upon tltf^Hjkot where Jolin with orders to admit nobody to the ings was held that culminated in Uie forty feet long. From the top of the (I mental Plastering;all orders promptly house until I came down stairs. But destruction of the cargoes of tea in tl® BiqNistlullSod ii^irisonmentand attended to ; call at residence,cor 10th A Maple Gunn wouldn’t be baffled. He actual middle island was drawn a still larger Boston Harbor In 1775, the British Grand Rapids .................7 5011 00 5 00 death. The names and details of other OSLIN A BRRYMAN, MTatchmakers.Jew- Montelth. ...................| 9W| 17 6 80 ruined towns are far to numerous to be ly rented the house next door, and sta stick, liewed on one side and sixty feet soldiers,with deliberateIntention to Honed himself up in the garret adjoin long. There are few places on the elers. and dealers (kalera in Fanes. Fancn. U Goods and Kalamazoo, A ................ ] * 00 given; for as Mr. Stanford afterward insult Uie people of Boston, and Mound Crockery, cor Eighth and Rarkit sti ing mine. When he got fixed he spent globe where a person would be less ................ them in their tendcrest sensibilities expressed it, Dr. Tristram’s report Kalamazoo, D ...... ;...r.;.vV JJ M 80 ..... his time pounding on the partition and likely to go lumbering than in the hire out tlie inside of this chureh es^ . Wood and n.,,Dtalet lii Spires. ANTRHJl. , “perfectlybristled” with new facts, kBark; offlee at his residence, reel Eighth street. Sturgis ....................Mill 98' 7 57 ..... moat of which could only be conveyed crying, “Halloo ! Adder! Adder, I say! rapids of Niagara, just altove (lie brink tabllabed a riding school wilhln lli aa. —how about that policy? Want to take of the Horse shoe fall. All the people cred wal’a, and turned it Into a place Kendal vllle ................... 18 44 9 15 clearly by the aid of plans and illusIT ANTERS. A. M., Agent for Grover and ................... .u her now?” And then he would tell me of the neighboihood were abroad exfor cavalry drill. They also establishtration. We may mention, however, lYBaker's Sewing Machines,Eighth street. some anecdotesabout men who were ploring recesses and cavities that had ed a grog shop in one of the lower galthat a remarkable addition to our cut off immediately after paying the never before been exposed to mortal IT AN FERS, L. T. A CO., Dealers in Books. laries, which were preserved for the knowledge of the Dead Sea was one of IVstatlonery.Toys, Notions and Candles, first premium But I paid no attention eyes. The writer went some distance spectators of their sport After the tlie frulia of the expedition. Neither oppulte City Drag Store, Eighth street. to him, and made no noise. Then he up Hie shore of the river. Large fields events of the Kevoluiionbad driven the the American explorers under Lynch al tlte muddy bottom lay bare. * The was silent fer a while. trENYON, NATHAN. Banking and Colleclisted oppressors from the soli, the innor the French under the liuc de Ivtlon, Drafts bought and sold, cor. Eighth singular sincope of the waters lasted Suddenly, one morning, the trapterior was restored and put in the conLuyncs, though boUi parties and boats, and River ktree^,, 1 d«»or of my garret was wrenched ofi ; all the day, and night closed over the F. R. Mtsrs, Gen. Pass. A Ticket Agt "J ( i . * ditlon in which, witli few exceptions seem to have observed the great disand, upon looking up, I saw Gunn, strange scene. But in the morning our it lias remained ever T EDEBGER, R.. PhyiliciHn, residence dn simllarity between (he Judean and the with the doctor and a crowbar, and a river was restored in all ita strength, LiNinth street. Mortgage Sale, J A curious custon was establishedin Moabite shore of ibis salt lake of the lot of death-rates, coming down the beauty, iy. and majesty, and we were glad If C BRIDE. G. W Attorney at Law and 1 \EFAULT having Wen made in the condi- East. '-The Avestem shore js well known cl,tt7!h 'vh,ch wntinued from U> welcome Us swelling tide once more. lli nr, oBce IflSollcItor in Chancery, o Bee with with M. I), l/tlons of payment of a certain Indenture ol Iu'Uj a ile#rt of glaring nmrjj- .almoat ladder at me. I tied from the house to 1712 to the present time. It ii that of the Presbyterian church close by, and Howird cor. Eighth amid River streets. Mortgage, made by Araout de Feyter, and Slfciy .; I.t Recovered Treasure from thi America. having what is called an Election serKYKR A DYKHUIS. Dcilcrs in .ill kind- Hormlna, hit wife, hud Pieterdc Feyter and kbul. It nowappeire nion” preached from its pulpit, for tlie J to .lea, ,1a Akkc, his wife, all of Holland, Ottawa coonty, iVIjf Furniture. CurUlns, Wall Paper. Toys, cal benefit of the members of the General Michigan, on the eighth day of June, A. D. short!, owing to a different jjMtogi' Covers, Picture Frames etc., River street, A portion of the treasure recovered and sit of the steeple. 1 promised him one thousand, eight hundred and seventy, to formationand a CompHrAlivffiy Court. As Siam as the two branches unduttur near Packard A Woodhami. " from the remains of the steamer Ameritwenty more if lie would exclude every George D. P. Wood riff, of the same place, reof tlie Legislatureare organized the unt supply of water, Is is not only covi covercorded in the offlee of the Regilter ipf Deeds, body irom the steeple for a week. ca, by divers persons, and brought to Governor is imfonned that Uie Genof Ottawa county, Slate of Mlchlghn. Juno 10. ed with small plants and studded by Han Francisco on the Colorado, was Once safely on the ball, three a paage 1*1, of A. D.. 1870. at I o’clock p. m., on eral Court is “ready to attend dito the offlee of Uie Han FranLiber P„ of mortgages, in said offlce, which , feet from the *• earth, I trucked vine sen ice ’< A procession is then T)LUUGGKR MILLS. Panels. VauPuttenA said mortgage was duly assigned bv George 1 Co.. M inutacturcrs of and dealers in Lum- D. P. Woodrlff to Blizur Hopkins,of Holland uriantiy in the clefts of the r*>cks over- made myself comfortable with (he cisco Aftsayingand Refining Works, formed and the Htate Governmcat thought that I had Gunn at a disadvan- yesterday and ex|K>sed to tlie gaze of a ber and Flour. , . Ottawa countyH Michigan,bv a Deed hparing Hanging hanging me the sea itself, and climbing fur ns hi»toric tage, and I determined to beat him few persona. Twenty-three uoxes of .mT.,e8 n,f body date the eighth day -of November, A. D.,^ 187(1. building to listen to a sermon preichud P VcfiRD* WOODftA^ Saiars.inGro- recorded in the offlee of the Register of Deeds, up the mountains. finally if I had to stay there a month. melted coin, weighing from 200 to 400 1 cerles, Flour, Feel, Maslcal Instruments of Ottawa county, Michigan, on the ninth day by a minister who has been nppeinted About an hour afterward!, while I was (Miunds each, were scatteredabout tlie and Sheet Music, River street. of Novembers A. D., 18 JO. at 1 oVIoek p. m., ie annual meeting of tlie Sta’e Po- looking at the superb view to Hie west, Hour of tlie room, and besides tliere islHture PUrP°*e by U,C pre<^ln* on pages 155 and 155, of Liber “8." of mortgages p)sr, IIKNRY D., Rea! EAUe ayd luiorance In saia offlee. and which said mortgagewas 3vill bifftlitotGrand I beard a nislfe around on the other were piles of bars and irregular masses 1 A<v<it, XoU y Fahlloao.l Cmveyancer, Col- again duly assigned hy Elizur Hopkins and The sacred memories of two hundred k WTtNdtf nntrkc&ctfajr, side on the steeple. I looked around, of valuable metal lying around loose. yearsc Ing around this historic pile tecUoatnttilslo HolUa lanJvIcinUy, h. K. Cor. Sarah llookius, to Frederick M. Knapp, tof Two pieces of the melted mass, with a Sth to I River Sts. Racine, Wisconsin,by a Deed bearing date Dec. 3d and 4th nexb The annual and there was Benjamin?. GunncreepTlr 1 „ ot W0D(ifrful that (lie hearts February 17th, A. D., 1871. aud recorded In election of officers will then come off, ing up the side of that spire in a bal- length eacli of about three feet, width ol New England’s sons aud daughters , D YDRR, JAMES, Proprietor of the Phwnlx the office of the Register of Deeds of Ottawa of eighteen inches, and weighing one Viv lotel, Niath strtet, near C. A M. L. 8. R. County Michigan. October 19th, 1871, at and other important business pertain- loon, in which was the doctor and the were moved to sorrow too deep tor ut tabular estimates of the losses of bis hundred pounds, looked like a section 'M. depot.1 o'clock p. m., on page frsi of Llher 8. of ing to fruit raising, some addresses and terance when it was announced that it company fron tlie Tontine system! As of frozen clay bristling witli oysters. had fallen a prey to tlie devouring elemortgages in said office, by which default ocorr, W. J., Planing. Matching, Scroll- the power of sale containedin said mortgage some music. __________________________ readied tlie ball he threw These oysters were twenty The menilters residing diere^axtend soon ns Gunn 'j«awlo* and Mooldlng,River street. ment Happily it escaped, and stUI has become operative, on which mortgage his grapppl ing iron into the shingles of jiieces, Mexican dollars and half^dolan invitation to all member*? from there is now claimed to be due, three hundred stands a monument to the times that * rpi ROLLER, G.J^ GouerU dealer in Toand eighty-two dollars,and seventy-six cents, abn ad to cproe and bring their wives tried men’s souls.— X bacco, Cigar*.SnuT, Pipes etc., Eighth st. of principal and interest, together With an and daughtor^and offer to all wrcH tree my father had died, and if any of my and half dimes for young oysters, and attorney fee of fifteen dollars,as in said mortiroti spikes, bits of brass and steel to 'AN DBR VEEN. R., Daalef In General gage stipulatedfor foreclosing said mortgage, entertainment. Also tbe President and aunts ever had the consumption or livtr represent the shell-fish that are wont to Hard Wire. cor. Eighth and River street. Grand Lodgjj Election I. O. of 0. together with the costs and charges of such Secretary are tryineto secure half fare Complaint. • forttlosura..** in said ro( mortgage, forin'loMiro, *h also provided In Without waiting to reply, I slid down burrow in the bed of the ocean, Uie F.-An election of officers for the Grand XSge. railroad’ fare (ug alFtyhq gptfie*7 ? \TAN PUrrRN, Wm., Dealer In Paints, Oils, and no witW pmceedtiij;^ either in lawor In the steeple to the ground, and took the whole forming a valuable 8|iccimcnof I^nlge of Odd Fellows of thi® Stale V,Df|g*,)I^Bcto4*fto:,''&or/$tliap^Wvcr st. Vo®' WHWtiUi i’jWj. « tfcl e collecequity,. having been commencedfor th« first train for Uie MississippiValley, Crustacea. In some instances tlie coips was held last June, the votes being Cast U. J. Dietrich, Bec’y. tion thereof, NollIce Is hereby given that hy WTAN DBR II AAR. H. Dealer in Fresh. Salt, virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage Tlte haltrfarearmui^eiiienthas been in two weeks l was in Mexico. I de- are only welded togeUier in rolls, and in the several lodges. These were canV and Smoked Meats and Vegetables.8th st. contained, I shall sell at public auction, to the termined U> go to the interior, ami at other times they Turin one lava like vassed at Flint on Tuesday last, at tbe made. I highest bidder, the lands and premises deseek some wild spot, in some elevated gob. Tlie meltod matter and the coins offlee of the Grand Master, and the re. X rOHSL (i jfabliaSsTi J.! Wilkbr, fen scribed in said mortgage, on the third region, where no Gunn would ever a.eol' a deep green color. V of the ‘‘Ware HollandGer. church." suit announced. The following are tlie day of February, A. D.T 1873, at one o'clock In tbe arteriMpD oLaaid day. at thp front Pl.AYKD OjW.— The ^t Joseph L°t,(J coine. I got a mile, and pa Tbe large bars of bullion were less officers elected for the ensuing vearpaid IT’ANIj YNDKGBN1) A TER HA\R. Dealers Mf «» fehtofrio fciVeiffi, 4nWt citm«*t | u ,ea(] ti, t|,e summit of affected by tbe fire Uiun the coin and Ilf. W. O. if.— Thomas E. Doughty do not api»ear to have lost much in East Sngraaw. be t-ullifully We arrived ...he foot f„ id -i'4)UQtyJU holdon. which t*ald or untimely. It 1k Understood that At noon, We tuikd weight. The metal is to be recoined. Coiut fo^.aaid M.M.J). 0. it— George W. Griggs. \T )R4T A DVLUAN. Agents of the .Etna land* and id promt *6* are dewrib^ aWoitowa. ! mjumgera.btwg^uffered siipie IjiMrt. Ij unwards for about four iiohrs.— Just Two iwenty-dqllars pieces in Uie lot Grand Rapid® » V NilMiessSewing Machine, offlee at \ oral s were kindly donated to Uie represent.h. W.-r-Samuel Adams, of acre*, and fhst^art of tne north cant quarter demoraltzipg schemes hcreaftr r, 0f voices, and, fipbH rounding a ati vea of Uio press, who were among DntroiT 'and detlor in of the a lOtbSWart qutrier of aaid _ aiiouid 1 see but tjie reliablepersons present,and had n Thir- deter the public from investing in tick0f nicks, who and Whip*.

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..

Z —

_

-- —

________

safest:

^

not the coins becq,

welded to a

bar,

they would have been taken away. RMhiwment plan to his guide, and Three hundred thousand dollars,worth of treasure, half melted, colored by fire and the action ol the water, is a curiosity Uiat few people have ever had an opportunity to see. Even the audacious and enterprisingBarnum

_______

“us*

1

about Uie policy without

fee of

Inter

v W u rlf HMuFo8-r' fack‘JD II' L^K4!.' "orr'aon''1

i

rrffa.'wts'.S

«*•“-***

officers will he installednext Rfcbntary

-«.«


mm

HOLLAND

iimm

CIT f

NEWS.

wm

H&P0VCXH0E OuKMiaPOHDIN

r

Phoenix Planing

sick will find due c«»nsiderH'ion care, U also to be erected. Those ar rangemenis have been made undef, the

r-"E3T

18

1

direction -on thii

Ukt

ahon.

who

has

of

^

-M|

jp

«

pei«ally subfemledAlt fathLuAigton fttm their

K

Ladi<

er’s enterpvpfes at

F^Rmjlhe H^ogon^ Chronicle we inception,Ad since tliicoinmAcemeni jJ^jier foll^iog itins relative to of the nejKmill hs<j: been J|harged the operation of Capt. E. B. Ward at with the control, the sctive manage*

ment and the responsibilityInseperible from such duties. He is quite a young Two large saw mills and the Im man but is unremitting and keen in his Mr. Editor:—! noticed in your ot provementa, in the vlcinitv’ of the same, application and attention to the cares sue of Nov. 10th. under heading [on constitutehis property on Pere Marquet- of an immense business. In the art of “Supervisor’s report” a communication te lake. They are friction mills, the buildingand running eawmillj is ofij. DhH. in which the following power being transmiUed not h> belts, much more thhn a student, Which fact out by the impact of faces direct from we are aware has been voluntarily rec1 the engine. The “old mill’’ is hardly ognised by practical men. A few rods from his villa of cottages,his own residence, a buildingcharacteristicof the taste and liberalityof its owner stands among the trees, while among his outbuildings a stable containing some rare horses, U exceptional in finish and style Here, even the dangers of the universal thereby, wish To convey the idea that derelRndlng 0f its capacity the figures Epizooticmust be mitigated by the pres tw>rvtxl estate is excluded from being followingwill confer: Mam building ence ot every provision which considation and humane treatmenttor dumb animals should dictate. COST or HIPROVKMKjm. For the simple reason that, we be Uq feet ^ |eDgth, chimney of brick 14 The new mill, mill-boom, residence, Here our -utute clearly and distinctly feet in diameter at base reduced lo 10 collages and barn, foot up to $188,000. Six barges for lumber transportation, th»l 8t»le *nd CwMJ hollow Iron tugboat for towing •hall be aaeessed upon the taxable prop^ one side of the stack $110,000. same, $100,000. The old mill, $70,000. . » t\r<kiv>rtv ___ __ a|.n and• three on the mlior other, ntlR one Ptlirinfl engine •rty of Ac. And taxable property PINE LANDS. MKM with massive frame, flange of Capt. Ward owns in Mason, Lake, we understandit, means boUi, real and same being 2* inch in thickness and and Oceana Counties, seventy thousand personal , . folly 2 Inches in the web, engine and acres of pine lands, located from 12 to Or does he mean that the value of boilers built by the Detroit Xopomc 40 miles east from Lndington, and has real estate Is the basis, as equalized, for live Works, shaft of engine 10 inches booming room for 80,000,000 feet.

TAJ !

1188(8

LiS. VANDENBERGE,

Ludington:

PlanSng^ill

Would respectfullyInform the Ladles of Hollandand vicinity, that they are prepared with Increased facilities to furnish them with the Latest Styles of

.

BONNETS, .HATS,

I>

'

Ribbons, Flowers and Laces.

r-

U,M ^

a _.l

RH

A

Velvet Cloakzngt

7*

HIS

And

u

^_

an. . Johnson,

in

jlt

KEJu*

^ two

I

chinny

mu

juu,

^^-

---------

j«*.

inform us? Many of your

will undoubtedly appreciate

e

^Qg

SCHADDRLRE

Nnuaw^to.

ne A

h,

attached as required.

Where yon can purchase

E,

BLEATS! or ALL KINDS,

called attention. revoluUons per minute, 6 inch

f^

AT

are confidentwe can satisfy aft

-

OF

-

Wl HAVE

^, d

HE "LIGHT RUNIIIir

he might gin June*, Brown »ml of gnngsheft, ftmlth one vote e»ch, or two for Jones I es, diameter of crunk-pin

to see all my old friend* and many one* to examine my goods so well •elected for tne trade.

projects,some of them a --------realityto-day. On the lakes he was a monarch among steamboat owners; in

t

kavi m kail a full Anortaialof tk*

BmI

AND THE DRYING OF LUMBER WE SHALL MAKE A 8PECIALLITY.

COOK, PARLOR AND HEATING STOVES Stova-Pipt, Store Furniture Xto.,

Will receive Umber of all kinds for

Hone Nails, Hone Shoes, 8.11. Agents

Wagon Springs, Hone Trimmings,

I

donT psy

Hope College.— There is a larger yon to fight the beet manumber of studenU in attendance this chine. Prove onr year than last In the three departclalas. Oetthe ments, Theological, Academical or Collegiate,and Prepartory,there are

Binchea. The Instructorsare ten. The President, Dr. Phelps, is not teaching at present Those engaged in that work are Profs. Beck, Scott, Crispell and 's Doesburg; Assistant Profs. Shields, Moerdijk,and Kollen; Rev. Mr. Stow^tSion than they now hare, tor Two .lab »wa and two tnmm.ng art, Pieters and Van der Veen give instance in districts where tie Repub- 1200 revolutions. several hours instructioneach week. in a decided minority,they The lath and picket room l» can nominate only one candidate,and feet in alie. There are forty recitationsof an hour concentrate all their votes upon the main ftleino k001* , each heard every day. The departSTthat if they number more than one Is centrally located on an ele''^'

Glass, Putty, Painta, Oils, Nails etc.

_

F

Address

IDiR/TrilTGK ft

i

DOORS, SASH

aimers’ Implements And many other thing* too nnmerou* t

unimra

Or anythingin oar line manufacturedto ordfr on abort notice.

joiinra win at

»

non vonoi

E. Vandervken,

General dealer la

8. K.

cor. fith

ARiverSt*.

1-

H. W. VtRBEEK A Factory cor. River and 10th

FOR TUI

ments are well

M

-trsHfsrccs-prfcassf ‘r-

defined

:

Provisions Wm.VAHPUTTIH, ETC., ETO-,

the couree of

to

an

GENERAL DEALER

Where may be found

a fall

etock of

extreme

and attempting“to cram.” As

a

rule

Lamps and Lamp

Fixtures

to

mt Inrtltutlon*, upon tlil» point, i» of itcrlingnbillly- The Jrnwlngs were present in ft*

Mr. Greeley.— The health of Horace Greeley has been

a^timTthataLegfelat

very poor

since

j

Ut

A 2d QUALITY, LATH ETC

CHEMICALS, Choice City Lots, |

PAINTS, OILS, For Sale Cheap for

Putty, Glass Etc.

SOAV* AND POTASH

SOAP GREASE

C-A-SEE

Patent Medicines, OF ALL KINDS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 0H0I0E

auccess

i

ALSO A FEW

these districts, the people of both par- far speed being ninety. 1 be propor- Far from it “They lose nothing of At the foot of Market 8t., Holland, Mich, ties have a Representativeupon the tbns of the mill and the character ol the buy that is worth keeping, but Farmera and others will find It to their ad vantage floor VC the work upon it, reflectmuch credit strive to build the man upon it" The to save their ashes, for which I will give them, ThouKhtful and patrioticcitizens of upon the builder, • hard or soft soap as may be desired, at price* iresent school term closes Dec. 34Ui. aa low a* can be had in this ciy. both parties will rejoice at the MR. samuel maffet, of thi^experiment in minority rep re- a citizen of Michlgim.Mdhis Foreman The next term begins Jan. 7th, 1873. boll. millwrigUU «.nuaions because the ddtet defect ln our Mr. WUlUm wim^n BrouV' Hrouvh. both mlllwriKhts

*-

FOLLOWmS ARTICLM, OOTO

Shingles,

MICHAEL MOHR,

black gloves, and talk with a snutfle."

.

IN

MedicineS

Save Your Ashes

turns, its regu-

1

LIMB, CEMENT, STUCCO, SALT,

parties.

I

1-

j

the students are gentlemanlyand dili-

the reem elect i >n are divided in poli- ed in w jrk shop, light and venti- gent; having come for the purposed tkp u Uu Ckpiit a-o-t exac-uy as the popular vole latiou% study they attend to it, and would condivi IkI between the two stone and brick. All good* purchased of me will be delivered The total Republican vote was 240,887: Of this material 250 cords of stom- sider It dishonorableto engage in the within the limits ofthecity. free. the toS Greeley vote was 188,067. An L ere used in the foundations, and disgraceful escapades so common at exai^ proportioual division of the Ixjg. 400,000 brick, in tire-room and chim most colleges. Occasionallya “traitor Cash paid For Butter ami Egg*. islature on tnis basis, would give .tbe m-y. gets into the camp,” but lie finds the Market street, in the rear of D. Bertach a atore. Reuublicans87 and the Greeley ites 6«. in tne manufacturevj lumuer im M-l The actual result is the election of 88 mill will average 100,000 feet per dio. company so uncongenia^ that his Rpo^licanV and 65 Grreleyites- Many portions of the build ng and Ito sojourn is limited. And yet the young about as close an approximationto a surroundingsdisplay t finUb notusiml > gentlemen are not, as it was once unnerfect representation of the popular obtainedin such establishments, while airly alleged of the Rugby under gradS!mtlmentPre is passible.Moreover, the all important features oi a good in but one of the districts has either mill, making lumber and plenty of it uates, “a solemn array,” "boys turned nartv elected three Representatives, have been secured. During a run ot nto men before their time," “a semiInthe other fifty dlstricis there are p* hours this present tad, with every- sacridotalfraiernity,"“a set of young eiiher two Repuolican and one Demo- thing new and stiff and the circulars Manufacturer of square-toes, who wear long-fingered, crat represeuiaiive, or two Democrats alone running,WAWW was tut, the eu-

CO.,

E. J. HARRINGTON;!

mtuas,

i

study established, and aims to be compreltcnsivc without goiug

Drugs, Medicines

Groceries,

8ta.

1

srts:

.1

mention.

a.

him,

AND BLINDS,

Carpenters’ Tools

F. McGEOKGE,

MM

a I

STEAM

n*w

Hoping

the second, and fifty-five in the last.

Thm

and one Republican. 8o, in each of gine being speeded to 80

A

Hard-warE DRY KILN,

little >

Or Re-Sawing Done.

Q-EHSTER/AI^

M. Nyssen.

n-[.

j,

Matching,

LARGE STOCK

The naderslgnedhas established * New Meat Market, on the corner of Mver and Ninth Ht*., and would respectfullysolicit a share of public

is

Planing,

the attentionof the Public to hie

ninety; ten in the first, twenty-fiveId

Z

Approved Patton

VAN DER VEEN,

His mind was then big with

MS't-

SWfSKSffl ^

Mod

Oratehilly acknowledging the liberalpatron age of his many fHcnds and enstomera In the past, respectfullyInvites

Reasonable Prices.

It

SHAsm

Qf the

{.

CityMeatMarket Hardware Store!

prtse.

^ave^reqSnUy

Mich. M-

who want

his sleeplessenergy and imperial enter-

we

MachinerY And we

Western Michigan he has but commenced. He possesses and deserves to have an industrial empire of his jpplijneee for prolecliou . own, for thousands share the firuits of

8^

new

i

aggregate a length of two thou sand feet of pipe At short spaces about the building and its roof, valves I with hose connectionsare placed upon

w

re-built with entire

AT THEIR NEW BRICK STORK,

I^piprefrom ^ Muskegon, and spent ________ *l looking over and through our mlils.

less pur^^ma^

5 to t inebre and tached for different

J

,

lowest oa.sh prices,

Corner Eighth and Cedar streetsHolland,

over*’wo

In the

it

==““” K.

^

Snch

.

j

Full Line of

patronage.

valuation of taxable property thtrcin. betireen irchet;m^er® large tug to enter the har^r. Now, if taxable property means personpiac^ § pMalng of whil al aa well as real esuie, then your cor- No. 7 and No. 9, arranged ro that r and is about to do. a! a. well as real may pump boilersor wo k wUh bore since Capt. V

lo

»

NOW READY FOR BUlINIIk . i 1 7 J

We hive

Trimming*,

LADIES’ FANCY GOODS!

LUDIHOTON MILLS

qu* l1,jM|pr I Machinery driven by the friction* will be situated at Milwaukee where a Comp. L, Vol. 1, 1, page png« »>7, M, ulhder L,neyg nf^t in diameter and M inch water frontage of one and a half mile Manner of assessing assessing * devolutions of engine 90 per is secured. There a yard will beestabthe beading of “Manner .w. 4^ji..-np«.«il|n|Iiale Mr. Spencer, Foreman, and taxee,” we lean, read, "iu® ‘'The *«*«.«» Auditor General taxea," — i minuic. — Hghed and a tug boat now building of Khali auoortionthe State tax among the Hamilton plate steel, wil’. receive the barges on *Tml

Drm

Velvet Ribbon*,

EMBROIDERY, GLOVES,

estate.

State and County taxes?

,

.1

THE MARKET FOR

Mill!

WINW AMS LIQUOM,

FARMING LAWS,

For Medicines!Purposes Only.

wit:

Adjacentto the dty, valuablefor frail other pnrpoeee;To

aid

,

.

ot* one and two, section W. townflv^ north of range 16 west, abont 77 acres ; will b« aow ffl0.(>0per

F

acre.

(

also wanted In exchangefor soap*,

Also north % of the northeast X of nrtJjA .fr 'fyoth Brushes, the death of his wife; during the last town 6. north of rann 16 weal, within * Call and see me at my Manufactory,foot of Clothe* Brushes, possible to repreee«T the iwpulnr senti- struct ion received the ntteniion of Mr. mile of Lake, for $28 00 per aert, wall timdays of her sickness he had but very Market 8L, Holland, bered, good for fruit or farming. Hair Brushes, ment. Is too pinto to neednrgument in Brough, who is now engaged in finish littlesleep, thfe los* of which, together Shaving Brushes its support There are some people, Ing a new mill for Geo. )V. Roby In Fillmore, sontheut d uoures alw.v#.ali»ht«*11 / ml tho aanm nlACe. with the great anxiety attending her Ana Paint Brushes and the sonthweetX of toe northeastX

Mlrh.

A

-111—

eno

GOm

HTOMT &

dissolution produced

such a nervous

M-

section 97; 80 acres for $800.00.

Commission Merchants,

prostration an to seriously disturb his

A

raonurroM ot

In ^vj^townrtJj,In sections 14 and

FULL LINE OF THE

16,

200

health, and parties have been ungener-

ous enough to charge him insane. ffajlbr C(Jr the Republican party dido river in Siiutliem Florida, visitcU Men’s appetite^ must become very itself and certainly for the country at Ludlngton,during the past summer, morbid when they relish such food for large, re well as fairer and Juster to and after a thorough tovestigatton of tb/mlnority, if that minorltv had u ihe works, contracted with Mr Jffnffett slander. Should Mr. Greeley become rwnreaentation in Congress and to the for the construction of a belt-mill Insane it would leave a vacancy not Su^AgUlatureaproportionateto iu 0f the same size and the same number easily filled, and the country would S^lrefote A rtrong and active mi. of8aws. Upon that work he i. at pres mo 'rn the loss of one of its greatest norttv U, paradoxicalas it may irnpear ent engkged with a force of 'Northern M a irood thing for the majority itself, mechanics,and the Floridians, who philosophers.« Shame on the men are noUble behind »»*the age *" in such who would gloat over the downfall of U ^gllant and active, prevents H from attemptingimwlse or extrava- business, will receive a gigantic push such a man re Horace GreHny

.

and

tW

cant measure!, and,

P —

UnionElmtor,

Celebrated Shaker Medicine

Grand Rapids, Mich.

FOR CATTLE OR HORSES.

The above named Firm

solicit

coslgnment*of

Grain and Produce of all kind*.

tween worthy and unworthv candidates and cum jlntiug votes against the un worthy This influence will react up (it handaome cottages, uniform to size, pi!ed Laws of 1859. Volume XXI 11. op conventions, and will natural!) Wiradle dwelling, places completely of Michigan Supreme Court* Report*, tend to secure the nomination of the itoislied and well lighted,are occupied bring the firat/ volume prepared by bv the men : and a hospital building. Hoyt Post, Esq., reporter, Is also pubbest men, In order to Insure their elecwhere the victims of accidents and the H»hed this ; > tion by toe people. — Detroit Tribune.

week.

White Oak Staves,

Prroprletor of U>*

Oriental >Ealm,

Hemlock Bark

A Remedy for Palos and Nsrvois Dtssasaa

Liberal Advances

upon

the whole, ah**ad. IN THR VICINITY OF WARD’S MILL mmreisesa wholesome restraint upon The Lansing Republican announces costly improvemenU of a substanlM that Volume II. of the Compiled Laws elaborate and comprehensive character ^Another Incidentalresult of the is completed and is being iasued from Illinoissystem is the freedom which .it have been made, going to show that ana toe uu: the press of the State printers during die Captain has come lo to stay, atay, and rives the voter of dlsUngulshing be- ihe

WAUTED.

on Consignment*,and

Razors and Razor Strops. Chamois Skins, Nursing BotUss.

PrmptRetumsMade Special attention paid to the sale of

A FULL

ASSORTMENTOF

Supporters and Trusses,

l

.

Uurlwjrt A Goodrich.

la

Drag lions.

Physician*Pre*crwtion»CattfuUy Compounded Day or Night.

JLX*Xj

2A-

Fsr which I will Pay to# Highest

And everything anally kepi

FRUIT OF KINDS.

And Cord Wood,

Wm. Van Putten, Mich.

• River 8t

.

Helland.

1-1

Cash Price. I_

1

V T

fTAliltmnTON.


Are we

Special

ter?

We

to

nmim,

have any lectures (his win-

notice that in nearly evety

Mtanfactarvnof

city and village in the State prepara-

dob

7. * A.

, U

Th«^ Unity

»

Jfk

are

making

for a course bflectarea.

Already many associations have

will

a

arrangements for

Ux1|»l

nine Deoem^ei

High&Low

made

no such effortsbeing made here. Where is our Young have heard of

IfcSSSSii'Siflw'

R 1*

’ByS

doing? What

l o^o. r

is

Immense Reduction In

Overcoat* 15.00

a

move

$50,000

made of any kind to supply our young folks with any kind of

^

188.00 literary entertainment;either supply a

treat, for the long

winter evenings or

more saloons will

dwice Cigars at be 30,

1872.

needed.

The Pentwater of last week, says that four bodies washed ashore

Local News.

Belle. The

Hon. W. A, Howard, of Grand K»P-

ids, has been elected

Paesident of the

Northern Pacific JUitroad'-A. compli-

We an

/

5 feet 10

inebefin height, and would weigh from one hundred and sixty, to one

The Grand Haven Herald says “that person but One or the

men

in Bprick's stable

said to be affected with

sembling

in

a

is

epi-

a

Drawers .............. .

Thanksgiving.—The

usual religious

• and veet

beach which from papers found

We

The Nstional Legisla-

two

harbor^

.all

.

lands saved. ;»ht was

14,

WITHT“,01J>

Oo.

PHILADELPHIA) PA.

OF

• (STABUSUD ntil Because It Is the oldit In*. Oo. to

' *

Why!

.

.

Hooks i

T

M

1*

i

^wvrrai'Bawfcs

that

w

^

SroaS" 'AiiffiuoT”

1872.

41

remained deaf to ap-

WALShTHT

HoUandTSlKh.

Town!

to

have no Connection with any other

freights kbxdxjoxd

HOUSE,

nnunwiinp

36 OA1TAL STREET, 38

e&Jo tbhae vvho suffered by. the Boston

, HEBER

Xi.3U Few Rail Road

v

THE GREAT ONE PRICE STORE,

Bread Sown Upon the RocK.-While

fire, our city has

19 00018 00 and vest) Extra good all Wool Hulls, (coat. pants and vsat) ......... 1ft 00AMA 00 en’a lies Heavy Good Overcoat* . 4 MA B00 B 00 Men’s Men’i Got Good Beaver Overcoata. . 19 OOolB «0 Men’s Boys’ Halts ........... ..........8 oa<niovo Boys’ Uvercosts ........... I IDA 4 Q0 Usnvy Woolen . 80A 40 4 { Woolen Jackets .... ....... ID it

STAR CLOTHING

of the atetyh

er Lac La Belle, Oct. 18, or

IL.

“NorthAaericfh”

it.

haven’t room to mentloa irtl our rteduaxi PflwAfcut we hChiwith pledge ourselves to Offer and bell the Best Bargains in

f t%~ We ttish it underetood distinctly Hoorn in the State.

our 8Jstor4awn*abont us have raapamd-

whole number of ordained ministers in

Prove

;

jury .ifi^he abovje case, r^was accidental

Buffalo Nq/ai^^crpm^ewiafs.

The Repormkd Church. — The

Prices,

(tl'l

loMed'with Wheal, bouhtf frdtn Chica!g<|tq

INSURE

Ever Given in Grand Rapids.

Sprague. No valuables \vere found upon the body. The verdict of the drowning, by the ainktog

I

O O

i»"

Shirts, Gloves, Socks, Ties, &c., &c.,

;

‘SffiSffifSTOC

M

lettou,

Wednesday next, the 2d dated Milwaukee, Oct ifiih, IH^ One day of December. We hope to be able was a letter of recommendationas a first class cook, the other was from a to place the message before our readers person signing her name as Emma witffdfr nCXt issue. learn that on thanks-

W

KEN’S & BOYS’ CLOTHINa,

ture meets on

Wrecked -We

»fr*>

in-

quest was

side packet of kispoatf

............ SCO

....... Dolta, (coat, pants

and veat) .....................$9 OOQIO 00 Fine CaalmereHalts, (coat, pants

heid Nov, 10th, 4 Little giving day, but owing to the terrible Point Au Sable, npon the body of a storm prevailing, meetings were but colored man, supposed to be the body sllmly attended. of Henry Sparks. There was found in Congress.—

mto)iiii|

!

......

Good Gaalmere

attached. Another body was found on

ttie

40

all

through) ...... ............... 1*00 Good Sell net Suite, (coat, panta

^.wkb bar

person named W. H. Straight. An

......

Heavy Satinet PanU, (lined

in the pockets, appears to be that of a services were held in this city thanto-

Y0UEKA68

,

Rags, Paper, Old Rope Eta

INS

piece

a

fist loti*

ufe Will pej Cash for

too

in earnest,

Hesvj Woolen Undershirtsand

black handled, three

bladed knife, a lead pencil, and

the

zootic.

in

And onr

found upon his

Bicfcneaq re- of white metyl wafolj chain,

every particular the

SAVE

hundred and eighty pounds, with black

grey. Nothing was

lull

SsugsuwA, Mich.

ALL WORK WARRANTED.

will do all ,the Business Now. imim

hair, and whiskers slightly tinged with

ment to Michigan.

We

Lac La

a man, apparent-

first was

ly about forty years of age, *

For

identifiedas psssen

gers of the ill-fated steamer,

Sts..

The Other Stores may m well Glow Up,

in the vicinity of that place, three of

them have been

M^a k WaUr

ftqiirig

X

MBtommott

OP BVBBY

CLOTHING

OF

Hating Bought an Immen* Stock from too Bmkmpt ffonm in Nea York, are going to celt Goode 25 ver unt. Ijower tian any other Houee in the State of Michigan.

B.Wahh'i City Dn« Stow.

Holland, November

worn

Must be Sold this Winter.

attbO Star Otothlug Hooaa, Gnum Rapid*. 8D

them with such

K

Prices.

Cor.

HollandCity Lodg^ No. 1W, meat* ete^ lutely nothing! with a population of be-

and 4,000 sou's not

Our

All

Work

Sheet Inn

any one doing to

secure literary entertainment? Abso-

Taeadajr owning, at 7# o’clock, in lUaonlc Hall, on JCighth atreet. Vlaltlng ^otbvs aro tween 8,000 cordially inviMd is being

AND

We Mean Business Now!

Men’s Christisn Association, and what is it

Pressure Boilers

Water & Lard tanks,

course; we

fjill

klads at

all

IWHlfS&

QllT Imtnot DgSTROTET.

Boot*,

Supu a«d ^nonoi

Grand Rapids, Mich..

Ottawa County, 18. peal of suffering humanity; no united Whole mynber belonging to the True effort has been made to raise our mite Reformed Chorch in tlie State, *'5; in toward relieveingour friends in Boston, the State, 80; in

the County, 8; Total in the County, 21.

who

’Ji, b’V,

so galleotly came to our rescue a

MkaMS BCsi|i*at.r-TheMew8; Lfvi little'morethan a twelve month since. Bro. of the Star Clothing House, Grand It is not so long since, but, that we Rapids, Ni®xe to 4he libera) use of can well remember the joyous palpitaprinters ink, and act accordingly.The tions of our heart, as a 4etegato>n "f toiler the times the more they adver- Boston gintlem^n met with us in our tise and prosper. Will our merchants Town Hall, and assured us that with take notice,see their advertisement on willing hearts they had opened their purses, to relieve our suffering, and 3rd page of this week’s New.

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AN ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN,

WAN SCHELVEN,

O.

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Justice

of the

Statementof

knd bruising her about the

face. Her

wrist waa alao badly spraiped.

The Bupwintendent’s liport for

cast

.

this

"“M?*-, B*?. Eu.r.t

the teaching that “if bread be

up-

Nsxtto Now City Hotel, Ah

St

IB- 1.

rjn.’r.s.Tr,::

p.pil.

*'

”d

JACOB BAOLE8,

Primary depts,,$04;

y)tal, 587;

The Hen

average

come

Gobi* Asaarrt*— At

so gallently to

COR. DIVISION AND OAK8

our rescue.

Fever.

The

unwel-

through our epidemic has broken

tidings comes to us

iut exchanges that an

news renches ui*ua dsyllght 1i dawn- out among the poultry in various parts

vuo

ing mi um for the directors1 v. of

oid. OnthefiW '.

-rnurtheJSrie rail-

i^the

ibe

suit ofj East,

country. In many States of the reported u yery severe, and

Gxiuift Rapids,

an

affidavit which charges

Gould

Miohiffan

05-

{.

John Ellis, Prop’r.

NSMi.

•e if

W

Fireside.

i

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He will be farnlshad with samples of papers Chromos and Premlan Lists to canvassers

Advertisingcirculars of his regularbasinets will be furnished him bee for dlntributlon,and on tame a notice for canvassersto call at his store and examine Chromos and Premium List, and see if they do not wish to obtain something nice by securing a few sabrertben. The pay will be in cash. Pull particularswill be given by addressing Wm. E. Gamp, Room No 7, Hun Building, New York.

®ur

1879.

ALWAYS

OK HAKD.

Jittjrife PtrtiralirAttratiospidA ($l#pftixn|

$3,600,000t

!

rhrnmn. 1st.— I.t ^‘.Krimnnaon Chromo." Chromos. "Edmonson Fruit Chromo, 14x17 -pronouncedone of the best fruit Chromos made, equal to any $6.00 Chromo. #d.— "Cross Triumphant ’’ equal to any Easter morning Chromo selling for $6.00 Bd.-The “Attack,”—17x9bh“ paint. d ", . S": Belnhort. artist of New York, and for which

Deductingall the losses In Boston, and there sUU remains with the Company, as security to Pollcv Hold. re, the Msgnllleent Hum of over

TWOHDAUH

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New

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HEROU),

Mich. ?

Btorei

New

1.(.

floods

!

DOME,

THE NET 8URPLU8, over all

Liabilities, IncludlngCspItal Reinsurance. Reserve

Ushed. For samples, terms dad partlulars, send •tamp to WILLIAM E. GUMP,

Imn

Largest Net Surplus Possessed by any Company in America.

Notlos of Attachmint-

iuui

in Detroit, nearly all the chickens in

OF MICHIGAN— The Circuit Court with wrongfully taking and appropri- the city are affected with it and hun©for the Connty of GtUwa. iting to his own use. $9,500,000 of dreds have died. The first appearance NATHAN KENYON,

lift

AtWA

ill

?inie tapij.

SAFE AND

Y8

40-41.

RELIABLE

Heber Walsh, Agt.

Tbs

Omt

Ns. 7,

hi

Hliliag, V.T.

Xiohifxn V$¥ipftftr.

THE DETROIT TRIBUNE

STEKETEE

P.& A.

,u

in ,!</)

Hsvs opsasd a large sad ws MUsU^toask s

Dry Goods, iGROCERIEflL

“TSw

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Ivtvy

m

Hati AND CiFt,

The only paper that furnishes complete news flrom all parts of the State.

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ItimrUI U^EUMgM, Is say

+T

'rick StoijB The undrrslgnedwdBld

>ero6ctfnUy' Inform his old customers that be Is again ready to take

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STEKETEE & KIMM’S

1879.

RAILROAD

ih

For Policiesapply to

Plaintiff.

noney belonging to the stockholders. of this disease presents itself in the * 'S form of black spots, of a watery ap. .. PETER D. CORNUE, DoHatioR.—The donation fof( the Defendant. paaranceon the combi; subsequently benefitof Rev. J. Rice Taylor at the similar spots are visibleabout tftie eyes 'NoticeU hereby given that, on the twentyfourth day of September,A. D., 1871 a writ of residence of Heber WaUh. Eeq, Tues- snd ffioiith, and in w Ah it time their attachmentwas duly leaned o*t of the Circuit Coort for the Comity of Ottawa,at the emt of lay evening last passed off very pleas- mouths become filled with corrupt Nathan Kenyan, the above named plaintiff, matter and sa badly swollen and decayagainst the goods and chattels,lands and tenemUy ; about seventy-five persons were ed that eating becomes utteriy impos- ments, moneys and effbeta, of Peter D. Cornne, present. The Rev. gentleman was sible and breathing is performedwith the above named defendant,for the aam of well pleased with the substantial tokens the greatest dlfflculy, The discharges one hnndred seventy-eightdollars, which writ was returnable the fourth Tuesday of Ocof regard tendered him during the from the mouth and nostrils are slmi- tober, A. D., 1879. EDWIN BAXTER ( Attorney for Plaintiff 1st to that so noticible in the horse evening. We have not learned the Dated, November 8th, 89-4B disease. Jhe conditionof the mouth imount received, but that it was quite is said to be intlescrlble. It becomes filled with a naseous mucous matter, satisfactory. ^ and the tongue is so badly swollen AtGrand Hnv :n, on Tuesday lust, : that the bill is forced wide open. In the Washington street Holland church tiiis condition, they struggle for breath was dedicated. The afternoon exer- until death ends the scene. The only remedy tried and available is burnt cises were conducted by flftv. A. C. alum: By filling the mouth with this, “ of “•>» olty. The dirked — ON— irvlcss were opened witli singing^SMture of tl^ diataoe ie, Uiat fowls ymn by the Presbyterian choir; pray»wliich dd not prewnt the uhtward

evening

Own

which Is the

OTATB

^

11,

mm CUSTOM MADE I WORK

secure

yjtiUigBCniKlittyitiBitiL

it is

coJflMt fowls are dying by the thousands, Gould was arrested, bounJ It has broken out with great violence

MTS.,

* Board, $1.00 per Day. SINGLE MEALS, 40et*

H. Watson, President of the

any, Jay >n

to<ts»

Suecestful Battlingwith The Fin Fiend.

OOUMTT

Grand Rapids, Mich. 25-1.

be a slight

number enrolled In the Intormedicame He depts., 165; number enrolled in

Yean

Capital and Surplus, Nov.

dept.,

*4;

Organized a. D. 1T94.

Cor. Jufftioe ft Louifl Sta\

W

Our

PHILADELPHIA. Over 18

— *‘«*>*Gfammer **•. -feKXsriS; Kalamazoo House recompenseto those who numbeir enrolled to the

}

North America,

lEcMgan House, PHOFKZETOR,

;#

wares n

is

OF

stairs, her face striking the pitcher just

above the eye, making an ugly wound,

the Conditiofi of the

Insurance Company

CONVEYANCER ETC.

mi

IN

Peace,

NOTARY PUBLIC,

Accident.— Mm. Brennigan, at the with gratitude did we receive the large Phoenix Hotel, met with a serious acci- donationswhich poured in upon us, dent last Wednesday, while coming but for which many citizenswould down stain with it large pitcher in her have sufferedseverely. How do we now indicate our appreciationof such hana, he* foot caught in her dress, chlistlan magnanimity, with a people throwing her to the bottom of the suffering as we suffered.Do we verify

v

PREMIUM

in all the varlmu styles and sites. Particular attentiongiven ^weeurs a

AROMATIC BITTERS! PcrfectUy ness Ask your Dragglstfo*

Them;

PSICEUOOPHBflniE.

pffl

FOR HALE

BY

OF

Gems

Photographs k

x

j. vUs

—s-.

A-«ts

!i

.

haabikstok

may

W

fosnd af all ttoss, at

mb-* Yomro.

ifc

WiSlesile

'

or

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Krtil

ALMT street,

by Rev. A. T. Stewart, of this citvi »ign« of th« dleeaae, have been killed. and foundto be one mass of corruption ihurch history by Rev, E. Van der so that there Is great danger. in eating lart; sermon by Rev. C. Van der Veen.' chickens, as the disease MM^bs domrho church, on both occaaions, was munietted to man. Geese turkeys and r

Opposite Union Depot

'

rowded

to its

urn collected 1180.00.

utmost capacity. The by contributions,was

x&SFfitrc:

Wm Van

OKA. 25-

[.

N*

3D

RAaFIDS,

Chas. Jackson,

Prop’s.

Drain from eating them until more is Utoitto toprtud SSSSj known about the diseass. Incounsctln. C. Bum, Prop’r.

Gri^mlb

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ffltor

Putten, street;HolUnd,

STEKETEE 1-

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k KIMM, Bole Proprietors, Monroe 8t., Grind Rsplds,Mich.

Use Marsh's Cough Syrup, for coughs, colds etc. Price SScts.

Hew Chemicals,

New Light, •

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Room.

nmeynfundu

imrmm cm mas. thtjUM «4 HUfcrty


BAKERY

PIONEER

A3STD

Rathtun House, Ready Again!

.

^POK^STORE.

MONROE STREET,

The undersignedwould respectfully Inform hie old customer*thathelsenin ready

Grand Rapids, Mich. hu

Thtfl Houm

25-

CAKES * ‘

,

and every articleusually kept

Pies,

'Btlhi

In

been reMn

.

(

* (/mwfttvf

.kinds of

GLASS-WARE,

DE VRIES & BRO..

.H’

Me

J.

tloD.

FEED

FLO UR &

EIGHTH STREET.

:

;

complete Stock of

Also a

mm,

tltiruiiit 'rut «.d

j

WfiSM.

:&$^Filr2SS£ of Qonand

ict AWATE

RW™ZENBUHG. E. 8P1.« ________ ’ram^ _

^ ie

Crackers, Pies,

prepared U) pay the ‘ 7 »

lest

i»n

-f

j. i

M

s Hi

H

SUMMER

made when

Coffee and Tea

21- 1-

i s

IMS

•I

smmu

L.

Hvn

Hats,

BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS A DEALERS.

iFoia

s

>

BOOT & SHOE STORE

AT TKB

OLD STAND,

made in New York, expressly for my own trade cannot be aurpassed.It la warranted superior o any White Lead In this market, and Is sold at a ranch less price. My stock Is purchased in

Gun

IN VARIETT.J

TRUE

neighaore.

where they have on hand

a

choice Stock of

be mrternld by ant to the State of MUMque, Call and set.

Houm

BOOTS & SHOES,

*

to

aOMWMWO City Drug Store

smcsnsm'SBDssk,

would respectfullyinform the eltlaeoe of city and vlrinhy that he Is fuly prepan move any building,with entire new marhit

l.

YnfiqfiioOoonmngnl

1M.

IPA/RING Done

at

\y

WHOLES ALB

short notice.

nrau

etat.)

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4 RETAIL DBALKR

IS

ATTENTION! 0

-

Oils, Putty. Trusses,

BLACKSMITJflNGa I

v

J'"1 open Buggies Odc'tii

or

Shoulder Braces Roots aIIerbh. Pare wines and Llqnorefor medicinaluse ,Duly, and all other articlesuauaHy kept iu a

First Class Drug Store.

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gontf

yprt»ynt j

»

pit Thimble

Skelne always

vOf'li

Vigrantnd Seat Springs of any shape or style I

nee nothingbut

mm

mbit

1

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••

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Ha«Ua*,&

..

WESTERN MICHIGAN

0

UT

but ru>t

.

DESTRbpKL own

j:;

H-

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.

Neatneu

ft

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Ppnft

ftltfe

Corner of Ninth and Market Btreete, Holland.

j

Derk| Te Roller, Notary Public,at tame plyce. li1 (*. t* A ‘v 1 u 1 f | -7**r*«. '

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BEEYMAN,

JOSLIK L a

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WATCHKa,

-

Jkwki.uy,

Table and Pocket Cutlery,

SILVEH SETS,

w

f.

D

of

Etc.

M'

'

Prorisioas. AUb Prepaid Holland Unetara, HATS A CAPS, CLASS WARE ETC A

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sa

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V

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Convinced

TIN

a"

at

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T / f I

AND SLA TE ROOFING,

(* rt PORTAALB A2f D

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STATION

ABY

,

Once

WHMmiuHom on as sad yoa may he sure th« appearaoce, and quall'y of our Goods will suit you. W* are ready to repair Call

prices

WA TCHES, CLOCKS OR JEWELli

Bnal bpiii w And Will Hoy hi Pleaae give us

a

h^w

HotAir Furnaces

Notions.

^ ;•

call.

(Indersou).

No

trouble to

Central Block

* '

Near Walsh'sDrug Store. |

! Drive Of

'

Weis and Pumps allklndsesnMaattfi wd.

.i

t ;

GRAND BAPlDS, Mich

n.

e.

wiiiff,

BOTAKIC PHVSIGAN,

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Tot fjtghret Price Pnidfor Butter ti Egg*

Rakkee & Van Raalte,

OrtJoods dWIvefed fTee

22-1.

:

, 175

Aindsiiof Emiriif hit 1-

t:i

.

.

BREYMAN,

Holland,

Mich

1-

HENDRXKSE. propbiitor or

W

Miotin Grana

8th ti., Itollin t

8i

tui

,

has for the paat twelve yeare bi'ea located In Open Block, hee now, slice being burned ouf removed hie atock to 38 Caual itreet, where he continues t6 cure every description of Acvti, Chronic and Privati Diskask, on the most reasouable terms. He manufacturesall hla remedlos ftom the material, hence, known to be furilt vigxt*- bli. He useanoMiNRRAi^or PoiaoKs. Hiving prescribed for over eighteen tbtusand patients within the past len years, without losino Oil OPTHUI, where be was the only doctor called.He guarantees ream nable satisfaction In the treatment of eveiy disease

V?

nf

which afflicts humanity. He keeps constantly on band over 900 kinds, of the most choice Roots, Bark and Herbs, and over 100 klm a of his own manufactureof medicines. He Is to bo found at bis office at ail hours- day or night. Among the ______ _____ ilngartlclesof medicine manufictnred by him are hi* Liver SvKtira.Ciwon and Firali Rkstorativi*; *]! of which give universal satisfkctlon. Cal! and counsel with a doctor who will promise itou nothingbut what he will faithfully periorm, and will correctly locate your disease and ghe yon a correct diagnosis of your cases without asking yon .itenrcetyk question. Lher etim

leading

ValleyCityHouse

*

ourgorda within city //mils

JOSLIN & Cor. 8t hand Market

A. B.

ft

”0AH4A.SFBI!ET'

I* a Thoroug. ly Satlriactory Manner.

our own Prtee, which k owerthan .Jh^j /'

'i!

YI/HO

Th ?

TOYS,

Silver Plated Ware,

Eighth Street,

sell at

25-1.

Solid Silver,

PULL LINE OF

Yankee

J11

r/

STEAK

»(•

any other Town lathe State.

^ 1 A

iTfli

38 Canal Street,

LEAD AND IRON PIPES, In

'.r;

,

FITTBR/S. FARCY

We

EAGLE HOTEL,

Durability, ,

Muafiecoa counties.

(Mice at Grand Haven, Mich.

t-'

and

GAS AND

lAtternalReveAiie Vor Ottawkaad

10 .

‘•L l

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—AN iv—

Broadcloths and Gassimeres

• Sheet Ikon-ware.

tJ

OF

Hsnofactorf rs

Tin

Than

ASSISTANT ASSESSOR

*

RAUL BRETON,

Copper,

Werkman ASous'

kave built a pew store near the site of the out dpwroyed, where now may be found an entire new stocl^ of

...... ..

"'$ tPJ AH t€

in,

LEGGAT.

P

constantly replfnlahnl,carefully selectedsod ever fresh stock of

Glam

Druggist * Pharmacist, of 17 years practicalexperience.

BURNED

.

Nauv

General BUckamlthlng done with neatness tad dispatch.

A.

soli AokNr'roR thk

CROCKERY.

Have n« hsnd

Betail^Dealers in

Th« Urgeet Boot AShoe Emporium in v

•pokes and Hub* are mwlhrtirrilfrom

J.

<10 'A1

mMM- ®roror^@

Sleigh*, Traoki, Etc., Et«. A

H Wholcmleand

have the largestand most complete atock of goods In Western Michigan,all purchased for C'asA, from mtsr hands, selected with great care nml shall eell nt^afonable profits.

IIEBKR WAI.SH,

‘0

ED. B. DIKEMAN,

Dealers In

Variety and Jewelry Store!

St,re

I

op Too

25-36

TEROLLR & LABOTS,

Cooking A Parlor

Perfumery,

AND

Has re-openedhla carriage and wagon manafactory at hla old atand on River street, where he may be found, ready at all times to make

!

Clocks,

. Carriage Making,

V JACOB FUUaiAN

-WARE

'finMimltfifli

Brushes, Patent Medicines, Supporters,

SOUTH DIVISION STREET . Grand Rapids, Mi oh^,

T£ UOLLEft & LABOTS,

.z'MnsrA dtvM HARD

Glass,

Eighth street,Holland.

w. h. finch.

ATTHK

Drugs, • Paints,

,aM [. 2N-

(omraowTA

CALL

Building Stone, 165

on hand, and Clothing made to order‘d

Which they will eell at

ices.

aTstu

STORE,

Dry Goods, Grooeriet and

wn. a risen i

.

FURNITURE MARBIX

Coiner of Marfc^ and IlgLth Streets, • 1Holland, Mich.

[ .

Rubbers, Boot Facs,

Druggist*Pharmacist.

Monuments Grave Stones,

NEW STANDT! NEW FIRM!

tflCBl tBRR WAIiHlI,

4-aa

Mich. &

House Moving!

large qaantiUes of first hands, saving all jobbers' profit*, and can, therefore,afford to aefl below

my Remember— I am not

Grand Rapids.

9826.

Fuses,

DEALER IN

;call AT HIS

HEW

SHOES,

A

Rapes

(NAME.

TO

TT

Drawer

alberteTbarr,

the people of thlr

to

LindkrnanA Mirriman,

SOOTS

i.tf

GRAND RAPIDS MARBLE WORKS

Breaghl to Hollni after the great fire. These goods be wiU s*ll at

Shrubs and Roses,

White Lead

City

86~V .

Etc., Etc.

Ornamental Trees.

|

i-f

a do.,

Druggists A Gen. Agta., Ban Fraadsco, Cal, A cor. Washington aad Chariton Bta., N.Y.

etc., in variety.

Onr object^* to present of the mnst approvedstvle stvle ThankState First Clar* Stock. giwwa at home, and

14-1.

McDonald

*. m.

Gents’

For further particular,address

Holland

curative effbeta.

Caps,

Furnishing Goods mu

'

mini

ei-buii r

Opened the tret stock ef

EARLY 0RAWFOD, LATE CRAWFORD, BARNARD, MOUNTAIN ROSE, EARLY RARERIPE ETC.

vt/

rvu

Everybody who wishes to purchase PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, BRUSHES, GLASS etc. to call and examine my stock. The

& sn

Salt Rheum. Blotches, Hpou, Ptmptoa,. Pustules.Bolls, Carbunclee,Rlng-worniH, Scald-Head,Bore Eyes, Erjatpelaa. Itch. Bcurfk, DlscoloraUoas of the Bkln, Humor* and Diseases of the Skim of whatevername or natare, are literally dog up and carried out of the aystetn In a short time by the use of these Bitten. One bottle In euch caaee wOl convince the moet lacredulona of their

a

NorioifaJ

vTltfiSUciitiL'TYETC. PEACHES.

The aD&etfs!fcnedluleffo£* sale a large and comu.e;e mbmh iment of new. Flret<las* Fuml-

i)«o coffins il*o

WANTr

sBix«.rrsofiL

litn, (limit ftwii IpricottXKiihan

^U1MXU

IwMwimtGar Mi Chrwmie

mlttent Fevera, Dleeaneof the Blood, liver, Kidneys add Bladder, Upae Bitten have been most luccemfel Bach DMeaeec are caoaedby VI ttated Blood, wtdob MBrodnoedf

WOKE

FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS

n:

Friei

Give ua a call before p _ oar New Store on River er Street,next to Var Patten'sDrag Store,

tnent.

Pwr

A. CLoarmea.

lITY DRY G00L8 x>.

In full stock.

I

TOYS AND CANDIES,

.

requested.

Pessink&Bro.

ttJ.

VARIETIES.

CRAB.

We have rooms

Qrdtn SpattAUjc Filled.

f.

tt

lie

FwrTekMMle Cwarptatmis,in younw

or old, married or aingle, at tba dawn of womanhood, or the turn of lire,time Ypalc Bitten dtaplay to decided an influeaco that a marked Improvement la soon nereeptlble

tkXljpCWBPNT, HYSLOP, MON-

any part el the city.

set opart for thoee wishing to take their meal* with os.

CHECKER BOARDS

'

tor,

I )

Depot

to

^llsiss vert

EARLY HARVEST, SWEET BOUGH, RED ASTR1CHAN ETC.

Farmers can save money by selling their Wheat at the 27-

u FLAVORING EXTRACTS ETC

Heart, Inflammationof the Lunga, Pain in the region of the Xldneya,and a hundred other palnftl siaufoma,*re the oiBprlnga

Steroscopesand Views,

OLDENBURG ETC.

Cash Price For

•.

Slates, '• Slate Pencila,

DEN, WINE SAP, 8WAAR,

FALL WINE, DUCHESS OF

of the Cheet, DWneel.^^r^ferSu-

new

Duiriop,

TALMAN’8 8WEET ETC.

River 8t., Holland, Mich.

Mioh. Lake Shore Depot

goods purchasedof ns will be |

Delivered

Memorandum Books,

BAILEY’S SWEET, GRIMES’ GOL-

FALL PIPPIN, MAIDEN’S BLUSH,

L.

cwttlww,Head-

PLEASANT, FALL-

8

Path Paid for Butter, Egg* <t Vegetable*

mmmwmrn

I i

Canned Philts, k Lerrtonade, Holland Herring, Cigars,

Pencila,

BALDWIN, WAGNER, RHODE ISLANIMttiEENING, KING OF CO., NORTHERN

FALL VARIETIES.

1-

1

^Cookies, Biscuits,

Writing Books, Pena, Albums,

In Iheir seasons, at lowest prices.

mnkEWR

| All

Inks,

WlNTEk VARIETIES:

ALWAYS ON HAND.

eltlaen* ani* vldnl^f. Br respectfol treatmentand good article*, they hope to make Ibejpadves worthy of the deoees^l dther en

*

*

defy eonpe-

Binnikamt.

HWV TIAWW UXXAAAJkAX

Notions,

jfrfs prices that

Canal St.

Rg Pereww cm ft«ke IkMe Bitten accordingto jJlyjcUona, and remain

Envelopes,

M

Nnraertea on College Avenue, mile east of elty limits, with branch at Big Rapids.

'Two, three and four yean old, atandlng 8 to 7 feet high, and includes among

KLOulftfMESD.'

Crocekry,

at*

Window Shadea,

from

goods, Grocrrirs,

purchasing whleh thejftreoffering

Wall Paper,

APPLE TREES.

may be found

Tanl^e Dry

Stationery,

If PT0PRIET0R8.

City Office 4$

Just kopened a La r^, and Well Saltcte Stock

SfcMtais. i

,,i

School Books,

V. 6?drnwer262ff,GffandRaplds.Mich.

Papers Etc.

«-l*

ctofe

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CLOETINGH,

A. Nurseries,

umim,

guaranteed. ANDREW THOMPSON.

Have

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stuff.

1872.

Grand Rapids

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Lot. situated on Twelfth street. It 1* plea* antly located, good new house. Term* made known by applyingto the undersigned.Title

JHank Books,

of

General Dealer In

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School Books,

be

FALL OF

all -

whore choice

Office,

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Holland, April 27. 1871

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Flour, Feed Etc.

Mr. Werkman, at Holland sells all kinds of their 2b-

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Thb UNDERSIGNED will eell hl#ifb(i4bSiA

With a fall tMorttneni of Candies

my

ORAPE VINES,

Manufacturersof

H. MKENGS/ISlirub^RosesAc. UNITY MILLS, ZEELAND, MIOH.

A. II Antiidrl, Pmp’r.

FOR

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Ofato Bakery, A

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Ornamental Trees,

AT THE STORK OK

First Clan Style.

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Holland City News, Volume 1, Number 41: November 30, 1872