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THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13, H39
Thk Suoeuaker Imbroulio Thus far
we have not taken ny prt nor do wc
intcuJ to in the controversy goincj on
in regard to certtia charges of malfea
sance in office, rjovdo against Collec.
W Suoiiukzi. of Detroit. The re
sult will liow whether he U or i not
guilty of the charges TuaJc, and it is
right that he shouli 6tarul or fall, on lil
own merits. Next week we shall publish
his statement, which first appeared in the
At present we r not prepared to be
lieve all thai hs been represented in re
gard to tlic 'irrepressible conflict" going
on bcwn Democratic politicians of the
cUy andountry, concerning this and other
matters. Having no "axe to grind' we
Jrobablr4o not see "through a glass dark
y," as ome of our more mercurial
brethren of the country press. Nous
&cr ta iuvb x Fau.-Inasmuch as
Fairs, Home 8hos, Agricultural and
Mechanical Exlultiom are now the or
der of the lay in ,all quarters of the
&Ute,and every other State for that mat
ter, we ask why it is that we cannot
get up something of the kind in the Val
ley of the Saginaw ? Let this and some
of the adjoining counties unite in start
ing it, a&4 we believe an exhibition
could be gotten up which would fully
equaj .those of many of the older counties.
Let all classes, Farmers, Nurserymen,
Mechanics, Lumbermen, Merchants, Fish
ermen, .and more especially the Ladies
take .&u interest, and we really believe
we cap have a Fair of our own that will
do ns iionor. The objection, that the
Agricultural interest is compartively small,
was urged at the time of starting the
St. Clair County Agricultural Society,
and yet the most interesting Fair we hare
ever attended in Michigan was the one
held at Tort Huron three years ago this
fall. Wo make the suggestion ; will not
some of the leading men in the Valley
Aake hold cf the matter and see what
ean be done ?
Appointments or Tin M. E. Co.TEn
xjioi. The Detroit Conference of the
M. E. Church which has recently been
in session at Fontiac made among others
ithc following appointments for the en
FLINT OMTMCT J. 8. SMART, P. T..
Flint J. A. Banghman.
. South Flint Thomas Seely.
Flushing A. J. Bigelow.
Mt Morris To bo supplied.
Genesee It. II. Crane. ' ,
East Saginaw H. N. Brown.
Saginaw City Wm. Fox.
Midland Alanson Hcrrick and S. M.
Bay City Erastus Klumph.
Tuscola J. O. Bancroft and Wm.
Forest. .Robert Johnson.
Hadley Wm. Mothcrsill.
Goodrich H. Hood, i
Clarkston G. N. Belknap.
Holly Isaac Crawford.
Grand Blanc J. 8. Sutton.
Jlev. John Russell goes to Pontiac.
Tiji State Fair, at Detroit last week
K&a in all respects a succes; the show in
almost every department being better
than the last year, and the receipts cx
ecAding those of any former year by a
very considerable sura. Our chief de
light, however, during a very brief stay
in -the City was the Regatta; and inas
much as the yacht Julia, in which we are
interested, fully redeemed W.clf from
all her former bad luck, we felt in duty
fcound to feel good over the result. "By-ihe-wind"
the Julia made decidedly the
Let lime of any yacht in the fleet of
eighi, and though last to turn the stake,
e me in third at the score, taking
the $59 dollar prize. Next season bIic
wiXi visit Saginaw waters, on which oc
casion nro propose to invito such of our
friends as like the sport, to take a cruise
in her on the Bay.
Merchandise Aaaivixo. Our mer
chants and traders are now daily receiv
ing their Fall supplies. The Goderich
line takes the lead in the freighting busi-
ess, and the Kalttilak comes loaded every
trip with piles upon piles of light and
heavy goods. Sic days from New York
is all tho time required by the Goderich
route, and goods are all received in the
best of condition. The completion of
4heJ1int and Fere Marquette Railway to
Flint will make this one of the best pay
ing routes in the West. So mote it be.
Gtavp Hunt. There is a proposition
on foot fttaong the sporting men of this
section to get up, sometime during the
next fortnight, grand hunt; the parties
Ho be divided equally, and the losing side
to pay a mpper at the Bancroft House.
PofctAnos or Tort Hcron. A late
MOfUf thowet tb population of Fort
Ilaron to be 4,031; of this number 2,206
reside on the north tide of Black River,
and 1,785 on the south side. Of the
entire population 1,865 are of foreign
birth or the children of foreigners. The
whole number of scholars entitled to
draw rmblie money is 1,(207.
Tib Urttft Peninscla Election
Tha eleetics returns from the Upper
Fenincala, aaem to leave little doubt
Ciat Jay A. ' Hubbcll, F , has been
tkcUd District Attorney for that Ju
ioil District "I
fcjiccrss or the Last Franklin Ex
pedition. The SteamshipCanada brought
tho welcome iutelegence that tho screw
steamhhip Fox, Capt. McCllntock, sent
by Lady Franklin to the Arctic regions
ia search of Sir John Franklin's expedi
tion, has returned to England, having
been completely successful. At Foiut
William, on the northwest coast of King
William's Island, a record was found,
dated April 25, 1813, signed by Capts.
Crosier and Fitzjames. The record says
that the Erebus and Terror were aband
oned three days previously in the ice, five
loaguc to the north-west, and that the
turvivoi-g, in all amounting to one hun
dred and live, were proceeding to Great
Fish River. Sir John Franklin had died
June 11th, 1817, and the total deaths
to the dato hail been nine officers and
fifteen men. Many interesting relics of
the expedition, on the western shore of
King William's Island, were obtained
from the Esquimaux, who stated that,
after their abandonment one ship was
crushed in the ice and sunk, and the
other forced on shore, where 6ho remain
ed. Tho Fox unable to penetrate be
yond Bellot Straits, had wintered in
Brentford Bay. Minute and interesting
details of tho expedition are published.
Several skeletons of Franklin's men,
large quantities of clothing, &c, and a
duplicate record up to tho abandonment
of the ships were discovered.
Indian Names. The Indian namo for
East Saginaw is: Mil-tig-gwah-bock-oking
Say inaw City. Kuh-pash-shi-win-ning.
A place to encamp.
Ray City. Nash-ko-toy-yong. Pro
Tionekr FmE Co. At the regular
meeting of Pioneer Engine Co. No. 1. held
at their Engine House, Wednesday, Oct.
5, 18.00, the following officers were elect
ed for tho ensuing year:
Foreman, James F. Brown.
1st Ats"t., A. Ferolson.
2d Asst., T. W. IIawley.
Secy, J. W. Howard.
Treasurer, Geo. C, Saxiiorn.
Foreman Host, J. Ed. Mersiion.
James F. Brown, Foreman of Engine
Co., and J. En. Merpiion, Foreman of
Hose, were re-elected from last year,
Senator Broderick Killed in a
Duel by Judge , Terry !
St. Louis, Oct. 8.
The overland California mail, tvith dates
from San Francisco to the lGth ult. which
arrived at Jefferson City this afternoon,
furnishes the following important intelli
gence : ' . .
A duel between Senator Broderick and
Chief Justice Terry took place near Jraii
Francisco on tho morning of the 13th
ult. Senator Broderick fell at the first
fire, pierced through the lungs. He
lingered until half-past nine o'clock on
the morning of tho lGth, when he died.
Tho community i profoundly agitated
by this melancholy event. Judgo Terry
escaped unhurt. ,
Tort Sanilac & Watrocsville State
Road. We understand that work is to
be resumed on this road during the pres
ent week by the contractors who had tho
heaviest job last season. With the force
they employ, their contract, ditching
through tho big swamp, will probably be
completed within the present month.
The ditches, as opened last season, have
become partially filled in places with
quick sand, which will have to be re
moved to make way for the water. It
is to bo hoped that this road will be
speedily opono.l up thruugU the county.
Wolf. Howe & Farr had on ex
hibition at our County Fair last week a
young wolf, aged about four months.
They obtained a pair of the pets a short
distance above r orester, but during their
transport one of them escaped, took the
back track and has not sinco been heard
from. The one exhibited was very wolf
ish in appearance and quite so in actions,
occasionally snapping at those who came
near him. Sanilac Jejfersonian.
Shipping prom the Shore. Mr. Howe
reported six rcs.els loading with shingles,
bolts and bark from the shore, aside from
those at tho docks, between this p'ace
and Forester on Friday last; a slight in
dication of an improvement in business.
The prospect now is, that all the lumber,
shingles, lath, bolts and bark will be
early shipped this fall. Sanilao Jeffer
Ionian. Senator Broderick. This ill-fated
gentleman was born in Washington
City in December 1819, of Irish parents.
In 1858, he ran for Congress in the
Fifth District of New York, but was de
feated. He sailed for California in 1849.
He was a member of the Constitutional
Convention of that State, and also a
member of the State Senate for two
terms, being elected President and for a
short time acting as Governor. He made
an effort for. the U, 8. Senate, firt in
1853, but was not elected until 1857.
He leaves no relatives to mourn his
A Sea Lion in the Street.-While
the proprietor of the Faoific Museum was
moving his establishment through the
streets of San Francisco, by some neglect
of h employers the cage which held the
sea lions w as not properly secured, and
at the corner of Kearney and California
street, thfl largest lion, a monster of
about 1,000 pounds avoirdupois, leaped
ont of the wagon and began wiggle-waggling
down the street towards the bay.
The spectacle attracted a large crowd,
and the animal progressed to their de
light and.wtmdcr about 00 yards, when
a person- Versed in sea-lion philosophy
caoghl up a aticlc and ! knock cj him over,
and he was secured.
lrorlfrIiatffs of the Ilor1 of
Trriiur E rmso, Sft. 27th, 1330.
IViir-1 met jiriiant to unimt'iit. The Clerk
being tl'Si'iit, 1. W. C. lig wm t'loctutl Clerk ro
The roll cull? 1.
IrtT TriiHteei. flage, Smith, Kna;n, Rudo,
I'rntt and l'rediik-ut WetU r, AWnt, W . L. I.
!Wiuutei of iirrvluua meeting wcrareaJ and appro-
The Commit to on School ankeJ and were allowed
until tberugubr meeting of November next to report
on tho tchcddle for exainiuatiou at tba tlo of tUi
The Com mil tee on the litter of Mr. OliTi. ask un
til the flirt meeting inccceling the rvpulur monthly
iiiuctinjf of Uctoier, to make a report lliervon. suca
tiruo wit rrintel.
Itv Trustee hueUT, Mured that the Committee
on School he authorized to contract with Mr. O II.
lliiKle na aitftant teacher during the I m lance Y the
present term, at tho rate of three hundred dollara
J!y Trustee Pratt, Mred to amend that Mr. Fugle
lie no employed until Mr. lleu-nxlt ahall be able to
taku hi phii'o.
Iruxtco .niith inornl aa a aui'Ktitute, thnt the
Principal cUeeify the third department ao aa to eo on
without an onisUuit during the buluuce of the pre-
The following re?olntlnn offered br Trntrtee Gape
at tho lust meeting of the Board wai taken from the
Resulted, Thnt all further action aa to the adver
tisement and ale of achnol property hj the Clerk of
thii Hoard be miKpen'led until further action of thia
ImhIt, and that he recall the notice handed to the
printer. And adopted.
Tho resolution offered by Trnrtee Wheeler at the
hint meeting of the Hoard waa taken from the table.
Relating to publication of proceedings of thia Board,
and on motion amended ao aa to read aa follow! t
Ji'tMiJrtd, Thnt the proceeding of thia Hoard, the
annuul atutcmcnt thereof and notices of regulur
meetings thereof, und aueh other printing .aa tho
Hoard may reijuiro vhall be published iu each of tho
newspaper of the City, provided, the publishers
the roof will publi.ibthe nuuie for ton dollura enoh per
annum. And adopted.
Trustee Smith moved, thnt the Clerk be required
to furnish mi-h inntter for pnhlieation. Adopted.
Trustee Wheeler moved, thnt the Auditing Com
mittee be Instructed to ascertain and report at next
meeting of tho Hoard, the amount duo to A. M.
Hoyt on mortgngo. Carried.
trustee Wheeler moved, that further action under
the resolution about removal of the Library be sus
ponded until the regular meeting iu October. Car
riod. Win. L. Webber presented his resignation ns a
member of the Standing Committee. Which resig
nation was necrptod.
Tho President then announced the following as
the standing Committees of tho Hoard :
COMMITTEE 0 SCHOOLS.
J. J. Wneri-EB, W. L. P. Little and V. Q
Smith. COMMITTTE OX TEACfl F.tlH ASP BOOKS.
W. C. Smith, 1). W. C. Gaok and J. J. Wheeler.
COMMITTER OX HOI'S F.S.
II. Pratt, V. Hi pe and S. It. Kxapp.
P. W. C. flAOT., W. C. Smith and II. Pratt.
The Board then adjourned.
1. W. C. SMITH, Clerk, pro Urn.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
Ti esdav Evexiso, Oct. 4, 1839.
Board met pursuant to notice of Clerk. President
Wheeler in the Chair. The Clerk being absent W.
C. Smith was chosen Clerk prr tern. Roll railed.
Piiekknt, The President, Trustee Pratt, Budc,
Knnpp and Smith.
Absext, Trustees I). W. C. Gage, W. L. P. Little
and J. .fc Wheeler. .
The Committee appointed on the division of the
Library mado a retort, which report was accepted
and placed on filo and tho Committee allowed time
for further rejiort.
It was moved and carried thnt tho accounts parsed
upon be taken from the (alio.
Moved and carried that the Clerk be Instructed to
draw warrants for all accounts audited Sept. 23d.
Board adjourned until Friday evening, at 7 o'clock.
W. C. SMITH, Clerk pro Igm.
Death or. ax Old Indian Cmnr.
The Great Spirit has released another
of the aborigines from his earthly tene
ment, and taken his spirit home. "Con
deacon," the oldest chief of. the Ontona
grtn Land, died last week. lie was near
ly 100 years old, being quito a lad and
remembering well the iirst mining enter
prise undertaken in this country, near the
forks of tho Ontonagon and in the vicini
ty of tho famous "copper rock." This
mining was done under the superintend
ence of Alexander Henry, in 1771, at
which time the subject of our sketch was
about ten years old. In the early part
of the present century, he had a terrible
encounter with a black bear, near the
American landing, some twelve miles
above the village, the marks of which he
carried to his grave. When found on
the bank of the river, he was almost dead,
the flesh being so torn from his back and
sides ns to expo.se the bones and ribs in
several different places, and life was
despaired of for some days, but his iron
constitution finally overcame wounds
which any ordinary man must have sunk
under, and he recovered. His antagon
ist, a full-grown bear, was found dead
but a few rods from where the old chief
was picked up, his body being pierced in
a number of places, and finally through
the heart, by his mortal -combatant.
Peace to the ashes of as noblo an In
dian as ever threw a tomahawk or pad
dled a canoe.
IIox. John II. Harmon. This gentle
man has been nominated by tho demo
crats of the city of Detroit as a candi
date for Mayor. Tho nomination is one
which is gratifying to .the democrats of
the whole State, to whom Mr. Harmon is
universally known for ability, his straight
forward integrity, his political sagicity,
and his business acquirements. The de
mocracy of the west tender their con
gratulations to their brcthern of the city,
and now look to them for a triumph
which will infuse a spirit of enthusiasm
throughout tho democratic party. Jar
thall Krponder, Oct. C.
At tho Cincinnati Trotting Park", Oct.
7, Flora Temple, in trotting against Ike
Cook, of Chicago, won the race for $1,
000, best three in five, in harness, in three
straight heats. Time 2:27, 2:27 and
2:21 J the last a half-second faster than
was ever before trotted in the world. The
first half-mil) of the last heat was made
The Saturday Review of London reads
M. Blondin a solemn lesson for perform
ing and the American mob for applaud
ing his antics in full view of tho sublim
ity of Niagara, at which "anybody with
a spark of feeling must be awed into a
sense of his own insignifigance, and bow
in reverence before the majesty of Na
ture." Which persuing the unsentimen
tal mind instinctively answers "Good 1"
CoxonrflATioitAt. Her. W. C. Smith, at Poena
Vista Hall, erery Pundny at half past 10 o'clock
A. M. and 7 o'clock in the arening.
Methodist EnscorAi Rer. Crims Moans),
at half past 10 o'clock A. M. and half part 7 'clock
In the erening, erery Sunday.
LrTHKRAX. Rer.CoxiuD Vou, trery Fnpdaj at
1 1 o'clock In the formoon.
Potetait Erismiuu Rer. O- B. EvaLR. at
the Common Council Room, ercry Sunday at half
past 10 o'clock A. M. aad i o'clock P. M.
1JATENT-JOINTKD Il.np Pktrta and tha best
article In market, al J. W. TaroV, call and ex
r7"Frtit the Adverting Agency of !tma Bbigc,
1)0 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, who j the ouly
authorised Agont for thia paper.
GUY. F. IliNCIIMAN k CO.'
W1I0LESALB AND ItETAIL DEitXRS IN
OR 0 CFRIES PR 0 n&IOXS ! I
COUDAGE 07 ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
TWINES, LATI1-YA11N , CORDS)
ANCHORS a CUAIXS!
Tar Pitch and II os in,
alo a generul assortment of
Groceries and Ship Qiandlcry
always on hand, and for sale cheap.
Foot of Woodward Avenue, adjoining tic Ferry
Landing, Detroit. U. F. 11. k CO.
GAUIUSON & DICKINSON,
Whulitalt Grocer and Importers,
OFFER TO THE TRADE,
120 Ilhds. Sogers, all grades, 5 ct. to 9 ft.
200 Sucks Coffee, " " II " "15 u
250 Che.tn Tea, " " ' 29 " " 45 "
Together with a complete stock of Groceries and
Liquors. Our good were purvhu.tcd since the declise
at the recent auction sales for cash, and we are en
abled to offer great inducements to Michigan and
Canadian Merchants. U.X 1.
ALL PERSONS VISITING
D E T IX O I T ,
AT THE TIME OF THE
STAT K F Allt,
Would do well to call at tho new
JIAT, CAP AXD FUR STORK
No. 64, Woodward Ave., S. A. FULLER A CO.
D i: NTIS T
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO
the citizens of K.ist .Sacinuw, that he has open
ed an office on Washington Hrcet, opposite the llan
cnft House, where ho will ho imt happy to wait
uisin all who may bo in need of bis services.
Special attention will ho given to the preservation
of the nnturul teeth. Crystal, Silver and adhosive
Gold used in filling. Artifielul teih inserted in the
moat approved mnunor, fnnu a Kindle tooth to an en
tire set, upon Gold Silver, Chcoplutdy I'ivots o.
AH work will be thoroughly Uono on rcasonniile terms,
ami warranted J..L.VU1KU1'
Eut Saginaw, October 13lh, 18.VJ.
East Saginaw Ladies' Seminary.
MRS. CALDER WISHES TO ANNOUNCE TO
the citizens of Eiut Saginaw, that she will be
rendr for the reception of Pupils on Monday, Octo
ber Jd, at I uion Hull, Jefferson Mrcct.
Trans per qtartkr or elevex weeks
Fir Department In Engligh, 3 00
Seeoned " " " 5.00
Third " " " 7.00
, EXTnA CIIARCFS. . .. ,
Music on Iiano, From S3.00 to 10.00
French, Italian k Latin, 3 00
Water Color Fainting, 2 00
Pencil Drawing, 2 00 ,
Embroidery, 1 00
Payments to be inn Jo half quarterly in advance.
IIEFFIIESCT.S rtHMITTED TO
Rer. W. Shei.to, D. D., rtuffalo, Now York.
Rar. JoiiJt Swax, Flint, Michigan.
. MOIITGAUE SALE.
TEFAULT having been made In the condition of
J a certain mortgage bearing date on the fourth
day of May, 1S58, executed bv John Henry Ihtu
then of the city of Detroit, in tho Stiile of Michigan,
to Guxtavus Fnngs of the city and State
York, aud recorded in tho office of tho Register of
Deeds for the County of S:i''iuaw, hluteot Michigan,
on tho eleventh day of May, 1339, at eight aud a
half o'clock A. 31., in nook "(1 ' or mortgages on
naees H . 1 10 ami Hi i on which mortgngo there
u claimed to bo due at tho (Into of this notice the
sum of ono hundred and twenty d illnrs, and there be
ing a further installment of ono thousand dollars
and interest to mature on the fourth luy or May,
I860 and no suit or proccuding nt law having been
instituted to reoover tho debt now remaining secured
by such mortgage or any part thereof,
Notice Is therefore horoby given that by virtuoof
a power of salo contninod yi such mortgage, I shall
on Saturday, the twenty-sixth day of November,
1859, at eleven o'clock ip the forenoon, cause to le
sntd at putilio auction t tla fmut loor of the Court
House in Saginaw City, (that being the place for
holding the Circuit Court for said County of Snginnw,)
the premises described in said mortgage as follows:
to-wit: The north half of tho north oast quarter of
section numltcr twenty-three (?.!,) in township num
ber twelve (12,) north of nngo number six (o) cast.
containing eighty acres of lund in tho County of
OUSTAVUS FRTXfiS, Mortgagee.
FinKT D. Miller, Att'y for Mortgagee,
Dated, Detroit, August 14, 1S59. n4-13w
THE AMERICAN TRANSPORTATION COM
pany will run one of their Propellers to thia
place, from UUFFALO via CLEVELAND and
Rates of Freight from NEW YORK 40 cents per
hundred on light Good, and 35 cents on heavy
From BUFFAIjO 2.50 por t'n, from CLEVE
LAND and DETROIT 20 ot uU per barrel and 92,50
UJThtte Propellers hare pood accommodation
for Passengers, yeho will b tarried at low rates oj
JOHN DERBY, " Aft al East Paginate.
CATLIN A EUWIN, " " Detroit.
T. M. BOND, , . " " Clex eland.
J. C. EVANS,. ' " " Jluffalo.
FRANjv LEE, - - f Atar York.
East Saginaw, April 21, 1959.
To Whom it 3Iay Concern.
TAKE notice that I shall apply to the Circuit
Court for the County of Saginaw, at the Decern
bepterm thereof, A. D. 1859, on the first day of eaid
term or aa soon thereafter as counsel ean lie heard,
for an order to vscate so much of the Plat of East
Saginaw as lies north of Ator street, aa the same ia
platted on a map of the city of East Saginaw, Michi
gan, surveyed July 1850 by A. Allierti, and Record
ed in the offiee of Register of Deeds for Saginaw
Dated, September 27, 1&"9.
ALFRED M. HOYT, Proprietor.
By Webber A Wuekler, his Att'y's.
.Apples, Apples, Pcnclir?, Peaches.
CA N be found constantly on hand, by the whole
sale and retail, at the City Fruit and Confec
tionary Store, corner of Water anil Genesee streets.
At prices warranted to suit all.
DANIEL P. FOX.
M B. GOODRICH, Proprietor.
North aide of Genesee Street, Corner of GesMwe k
Washington Ftroots. . ,
EAST SAGINAW, - - MICHIGAN.
SUGAR, IS U. for one dollar, and other good in
proportion, at J. W. Tolas', corner of Geneaoo
and Water streets, East Saginaw.
T A DIES Lasting gaiters at one dollar per pair, at
J J. W. Toms', and aU a Urze assortment of
SHAWLS of the very latest anl mct eloquent
y Urw, xtrj cheap al J. W TOMS'.
GUOCEIUES AT WHOLESALE.
HAS RECEIVED, AND OFFERS FOR SALE
at priors whkh defy competition,
100 Bags Coffee,
100 Chesta Tea,
10 Hh.ls. Molar.,
500 Barrels pork,
60 Bosci Cheese,
100 BarreU Whliksy,
iWs Iea Cigars,
60 Rosea plug Tobacco,
60 Barrels of Fkair, ;
75 Boxea Pipee,
500 Ken Nails,
200 Boies Soap,
150 Bags 6hot.
, 20 Tons Sugar,
' M porrels Syrup,
3 Tons tialeratus,
5 Tons Family Butter,
2000 Sacks Suit,
1000 Barrels Salt,
50 Barrels Cut Tobacoo,
100 Caddies Plug Tobacco,
200 Boies Caudles,
100 Boxes Candy,
200 Boxes Kaieins, '
200,000 Percussion Cap.
Also Spices, Nuts, Almonds, Preserves, Starch,
Mustard, Cocoa, Choeolute, Carold, Lobsters, Clams,
Sardines, Percussion Caps, Powder and Shot, Sago,
Tassioea, Ao., and every article necessary for the
convenience and comfort of the family. Also a large
and well selected assortment of Crockery, Gloss,
Hard, Earthen and Wooden Ware. Merchants,
Traders and Lumbermen, will do well to look at my
superior Mock of Goods, before they make their pur
chases for the Winter. All Goods bought at my
store will bo found to be as cheap aa those purchased
at Detroit or elsewhere.
East Saginuw, October, 1, 1959.
GROCER rES &C.
A new Supply of Fresh Family Groceries has been
received at the Store f Jubn Derby, consisting of
every articlo in this line that is required for family
use great iains have been taken in selecting such
goods as are preferred by the best of house keepers,
tor purcneKs, excellence of flavor and beauty ofap
parunce;it will not be necessary to say more than this.
Please cull and examine my Sugars, Coffees, Tea.
Spices, Ac, and judge for yourselves.
LUMBERMEN'S AND SHIPS STORES,
are to be had here in the gratest abundance and
variety aud it is also confidently added, at lower
prices than elsewhere. I would take this opportuni
ty to express my gratitude for the large patronage
which I have received, and hope that an intelligent
public already appreciate the benefit they have re
ceived by the greatly reduced prices at which my
good havo been sold, compared with former ones ira
poHod on them. JOHN DERBY.
PENINO daily at Mrs IIobbt's Rooms over
Ladies please call and aee for yourselves. The
Store is large and well selected and will be produced
as fuit as it can Im arranged for puclio inspection and
sale, every article of fancy and stable Millinery may
lie found here at astonishingly low prices
THE NEW ROUTE.
SAGINAW TO BUFFALO, NEW YOTIK, AXD
.ALL KASTKUN CITIKH, MONTH KAL,
TOltnXTO, HAMILTON, XIAU-
A It A FAI.I.X. LONDON
Change in Time of Sailing.
On and after Wednesday, the 10 A inst ths
Ftaunch Side Wietl Steamer
capt j. c. McGregor,
Will leave Fcpinaw erery .VoniTnyand Thursday
nt 1 o'clock P.M., and connect the following morning
(respcctitcly) wuti the trains or the
Buffalo St Lake Huron Railway Co.,
Leaving Guderieh at 8 A. M., connecting at
l'aris with trams tor Toronto, Montreal, Hamilton
and London, and at lluJTalo, with New York Central
and Erie trnins at all points East,
Vim Through Ticket issued on board to all points
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH. l
At a Freight Route this exceli all others and
the rates are lower than the present Rail
P'jSThe establishment of this communication t
of iinjiortance to the Travelling Public. Snginnw
and Buffalo aro now only 20 hours travel from each
other, without the inconveniences paasengera are sub
jected to on other Routes. ....
Tho New Routo ia a most pleasant one Goderich
is noted as a very desirable placo fur persons In search
of health it is beautifully situated on the River
Muitland, ami immediately adjoining the Harbor on
Lake Huron. On board the Kalooloh a comfortahlo
night's rcct rnaybe obtained while croussing the
Lake and passengers will he ready for business im
mediately on reaching their destination. Every ar
rangement has been made to prevent inconvenience
while poiing botweon tho Lars and tha Boat.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
Tickets by this direct route can be obtained in Buff
alo at tha Erie street Depot, and at all tho principal
ticket offices throughout the Eastern States.
Pa.Mcngcrs failing to obtain Through Tickets at
the oommonoement of their Journey, w ill obtain tick
ets on nrrival in Buffalo.
B7"Bo sure to nk for Tickets VIA GODERICH,
and not be prevailed uon to go by any other route.
lor rates of freight and Pnssago apply to
J. K. GOODING, Agent, Saginaw.
VAN EVERY k RUM BALL,
Harbor Quay, Godorich, C. W.
SAGINAW RIVER AGENTS.
C. MUNG ER k CO., - - IJay City.
CURTIS, BLISS A CO . . East Paginate.
D. H. JEROME k CO. - Saginaw City.
"PVEFAULT having been made In the condition of
1t certain mortgage executed by Archibald Camp-
oeu men ot Miginaw county, .Michigan to James
Fraser then of said county and State, bearing date
the thirty first day of July IS 18, and recorded on the
fifteenth day of April 1S50, at nine o'clock A. M. in
Liber "A" of mortgages on pagea 471 and 472 in the
office of Rcgietor of Deeds for Saginaw County in
auid State, upon which mortgage there is claimed to
be due at the date of this notice the sum of seven
hundred and eighteen dollars and fifty cents ($718 50
and no suit or proceeding at law having been institu
ted to recover the duU now remaining secured by
such mortgage oy any jart thereof, ,
Notice is hereby given that on Saturday the fifth
day of November A. D. 1359, at two o'clock in the
afternoon of that day, at the Court House in said
Saginaw county, there will be sold pursuant torn
power of sale contained in said mortgngo and of the
statute in such rase made ami provided, at public
auction to tho highest ladder, the premises described
in said mortgage or so much thereof ns shall be noces
sary to satixfy the amount due on said mortgage with
interest, costs and expense allowed by law, that is
to say the aouth west part of the south west fraction
al nuarter of section eighteen 1SJ towmdiip twelve
12 north of range five 5 caM, containing thirty
seven and 92-100 acres more or loaa.
Dated, August 3, lt-r,!. n2-12w
JAMES FRASER, Mortgage. '
Wraara k Whuklfr, Att'ys for Mortgage.
BY virtue of si writ of txeeutlon Issued ont of and
under the seal of the Circuit Court of the Uni
ted States for the District of Michigan, dated on the
21st day of July A. D. 1S59, to me directed and de
livered against the goods and chattels, land and
tenement of Hiram Mapes and araauhal Richardson,
I did on the 27th day of July A. D. 1859, duly levy
upon all the right, title and interest of said Hiram
Manes and Paschal Richardson or cither of them In
and t the following described land and tenements
to-wit: Tlie aouth half of the south west quarter of
the aouth west quarter of section lft, town 12 north
of range S east, which said described lands and tene
ments j shall expose for sal at public auction to the
highest bidder- on the 24th day of September next
A. D. 1ST9, at two o'clock in the afternoon of eaid
day, at the front door of the Court Hons ta SagU
naw City, in tb County of Saginaw in aaid District
of Michigan. JOHM S. I! AGO, U. S. Marshal
By CHARLES W. GRANT,
n2-Cw Deputy U. 8. Marshal. ,
TO RENT. TUB CORNER STORE IN TUB
Brick Block, formerly occupied by Beach k Rich
ardson. JWesaion ftrvn Immediately. Eenoair
of C. B. MOTT.
K E E P POST E D .
GO AND SEE THE
New Goods at
COPELAND & BARTOW'S.
TUEY ARE NOW DAILY RECEIVING A
JL cboic selection of
And Dress Goods,
An endless variety.
BONNET RIBBONS AND FLOWERH,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
All of which are offered for
CASH AND CASH ONLY.
At price that domand the attention of every Con
sumer of Gool.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE,
W offers no Goods as Baits
TO THE BUYER,
We solicit a complete examination of the Goods,
and if they are not good and cheap, we do not ask
you to buy them.
N. B. The largest stock of Shawla ever offered in
this city. U.1 15
Of every Variety style,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
At the Brick Store, Corner of
SE5ESEE AffD WATER STREETS.
East Saginaw, - Mich.
AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK
Just Opening, Consisting of
BOOTS & SHOES,
YA NE'E E NOTIONS,
Dress Goods of the Latest
EMBROIDERY, WHITE GOODS,
AND AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF NEW GOODS
Just from the Eastern Markets.
CALL AXD EXAMINE THE STOCK.
J. W. TOMS
Eaat Saginaw, Sept. 23, 1359.
THE VERY L.AJTEST.
N K W INSTITUTION.
Old Stand of Gywland $ Bartoxr.
M. C. MOWER it CO.,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
people of this section of the universe that
they have recently purchased the Grocery Establish
ment or Messrs. Copeland 4 Jiartow of this titr, at
wuicii stand inry propose to keep constantly on hand
a full aupply of
FRUIT, GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED,
LARD, PORK, BEEF,
1 BURXINO FLUID,
AND FAMILY SUPPLIES
Tn general, which they will sell at a low If not low.
er rate than they bar ever been purchased her.
Our ZT ao ill ties '
For parohaaing all thes article are th very best,
being in constant communication with th best aarU
cultural portion of Michigan, by means of oar
Will do well to call u bafor comcletina? tbalr
outfit for Um woods.
A ehar of patrooag b olloiUd
K. Saf , Bar. W. 'M. M C, M0W k CO
Boot and Slioo Store,
AND GENERAL DEPOT
Lininga, Findings, &C..&C.
One Door West of tho Post 0co,
Gencsoo Streot, East Saginaw.
VISEHOM & HEIDERSTAAT.y-
' ' ' L
db- At the aliove named stand have epcn-B g
lr all edanestaMiidirnnit fr tho tnuriuf:ic jk.
f ,ture of Boots and Shoes of everj descnj tiuut
Thick Cowhide Stogns, Dmgnn",
Kip Boots, Kilt F ho,
Culf Boots, Oar.H-J Tms,
Gents Gaiters, C'iotU Mm.s, . r
Slips, . .-.. Pumps,
and f very thing ncots.ary fur ratlnucn's wetr,al(
very description of 4 '
Ladles' and Children's Shoe'
of our own or r.nstcrn inunufuclnre :
Gaiters, Walking hoe,
Ties, Flips, Buskins.
All warranted to te of tho best stork and manafu
ture. MisM and Children's shoca of nil vanities.
T .nntli t Tlnrlliiesi.
of all kinds a full snpplv comtantlr en hnnd, als(
i . .1 l.. . ..L t....tt,.l i tl, lr..l. all
llllinn Rllil IHIIT IIH-I'ituiui. rai U..t. ..fkiv -
which will Lo sold Ut .
A VE R Y L O W FIG VR E
for cah. A share of patronngo of this city and sur
rounning couuiry is Moiicinvi.
East Saginaw, Aug. 11, 1859. V. A N.
Blachine Dressed Staves.
GOULD & GLASHV,
Manufacturers vf and Dealers in Much in Fritt
ed Stares if all kinds, fur ,
BARRELS. CASES.KEGS. HEADS. &C.
WATER STREET, EAST SAGINAW, MICH.
T O U L D resjioclfuHy cull the attention of the
puhlio to the superiority f theso staves over
any others iiianufucturcd, and to the
REDUCED P R I C E S,
at which they ore offered. Tor tight ccuVs they are
uneoualod, and they enn he ued to adrsctsg als
for rfoiir and oth'r turii lb.
CumK Paid for Oak Log and Staat Flt.....
Sept 29, 1G59. GOUI.n k CLASBY.-
FRUITS! FRUITS ! !
HE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RFCENTI.T
made arrHngcmcnta fur a t'oukl..nt supi-ly .f
FRUITS consisting in part of Apple, I'micucs, l'rnrs,
I'lunis, Aprinits Mini Quinces, together with foreign
Fruit, Ctmfectionaricr, Jte. Will U- on hnnd to up
ply all who may f.ior him with a call, al t!
City Fruit & Confe cticnary Store,
On the mod rensonnU terms. All rlcr proiplly
attended too. DANIEL P. TOX.
.2 2 '' s:
c ,2 a
fit 1 1
. i r r" :
.- m ? 1? r J5 5 tt
t a. t 9 n
s- 1 '
i r; q n
' 11. l: jownpon a ' PRO , ' '
AT their shop on Tuw.-ola alrwt, oplss;t Frti.
Korhlrr's KlackfiaitU Uoj, are pr para U da
all kinds of - -
With promptn(s, and aa Veil as it cut be dons atany
etal.li(.hinent in the city. Omisfr any kind 4
work in our Hue are solicited, and will receive Imme
diate attention. ' "? If. L.'J. k Rror
East Sugiuaw, Augrwt 19, 1859. ly
Indian Pliy.iciun ! !
DR. THOMAS C II A T FIELD,
TTT'' render his professional srvies on all wh
V T may givehiui a call. Dr. C. after nina yenr
practice amoitg his country melt an l o.!fo among tb
whites with success, f 1 ij ' ' auisi If equal to any in
the Ftate, In any of wfthg diseases !' Coughs,
Colds, first stnro of t Vnvnmi.t k.n. nl.o all kinds (
Sirofiilous disenses. Fever Sores, Bloody I'lux, Ac.
ORice 43 Main Struct, Sinutnc City, IubeU
County, Mu higan. .. ,
WATHIt STREKT, OSE DOOM WEST OP,
JOHN DERBY'S STORE, UP STAIRS.,
''IJIE sultscriljer Is prepared to cut an J nisi a tip ha
.1 the Intect and most findiionaMe style, Costs,
Pants, Vest Overcoats, and all di scretion cf outer
garments for Gciitleincn and Boys. An extensire
experiene in sume of the best rstahllshtniats in
Cineinnntti and other cities, enables hlrn.tq do work;
as fushiouahly and well aa it can I "d ni aDywlur.
Patronage in solicited. 1 J. R ,
East Snginnw, !cj.t. 22, 1?59.
saloon foii sale. :
rpiIE subscriber will sell Us Lager Beer Saloon
X. on Washington Ftrcet", poelte tb Bancroft
House, in this city. -
VKKY LOW rpR CASII.
Aa he is nnder the necessity of leaving for a time.
Terms make known on application. ..
.. W. NEBLETIIAU.
East Saginaw, Sept. 22, 1?59.
BOARD OF EDUCATION. .
Eait gar.ixAw, Sept. 29, 1PCJ. ?
TnE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
the Board of Education wiU b held at th Conn-
cil room on Tuosduy, October 4th, fit 7ft oMot k P. M.
J. II. SPRINGER, Cltrk.
ATTENTION. PIONEERS. :
''r'HE Annnal Electlort of oCiccri of Pioneer Engln ,
X Co No. 1. will lie held at the Engine limine, on
Wednesday, Oct. 6th, 1859, at 7 o'cWk r.M,tr.,
Issly. An early and full attendanoe ia reuwted. t- j
By order of th 1'orauiao.
. J. II. SPRINGER. Eecrotarr.
fOXl SALE A YOKE OF OXEN.
THE subscriber ha for sale a good yoke tf work -log
Oxen, on C. tb other 7 vrara ni l r,,!.. 1
dc uour ia ia I cm uuica, ai in toot and the
cor. UKO. KEIDErUSTAAT.
PER.FUMERT Lubln'a Wright' anj ttliia,
also ganeral aaoortment of Krtracts at
HESS. BRO. k CO.
BkUiJiJW. Clothea, Jlelr, flesh, II .it, Ut .
JTorfa and Nail, aw th bnisb kiwHnasa at. . j