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j..ualvsi', nr. 1 at i".! irth l-Vf c- h.uK', liuitnuu lliu (IUS (I I' l ll.U-1 iot Li'iii ititoii.Io'.l f-r olf''!ivc .ui.ies i) siuij.ly atsjid. The lirst avt almost wf the arty was to loot down a five jtwioicd man whom they weri? attorn; tiufr o iiii.revH, and vh lied from than. jJi iUU a will say that the villi- d or finance of Louis Napoleon wan intended pnly for nclf dcfoncp, to be used only in case the Au-itriaun huuld iWutakc to Arrest his march. Laughter an J ap-i.lauKC.I X, hir, il was an attonnl te do on a kato, outnumbers the colored race in the ai oa1r what w.h done in Sjt. Domingo j ratio of two to one; in the I ni'ii at laroe in K91, where the colored oiiil;itiou was j in the ratio of seven to one; a:id if (which lo;,it C(iiul to that uf Virginia; an 1 if ; may hi n en avert) they should be brought atir one would form a litiuct iUea what; into rontiiet, i could only end in the ex plicit an operation is, U t him see U not i termination of the latter after scenes of u a matter of va.me coiicej.ti.Mtt a crude J woe f..r whioh laiiiunpo t v faint, and t.rf.i.rf in the'iiiMul of healml fanatic J for vshuh the liveliest fancy has no a-le Hied wih emotions an do justice. There but oiie result, ana that well itescnmy; l!:e thoughtful meditation of those, if any h,k!i theiv le, who think that the welfare of the colored race could by any portabil ity le promoted by the success of sut.ii a 'movement, and who are willing to pur chase that result by so costly a sacrifice. Tho Colored population of St. Domingo amounted to but little short of half a mil lion, while the whites amounted to only thirty thmuaud. The white population of the southern States alone, in the agio ITIIE COURIER, THURSDAY, decemmer 22, 1359. (Cast SagiaatD ftjefom. A meeting of be Lyceum will be hell at Burns VUl Hull, in thi City, next Thursday Evening, the 2Mb Qt r.sTia roa mat Ritolrtd, Tbiit Hi civil law ought not to be Upi iiig when it ii opiosed to the spirit uf I bo Gofpel. 1'ISPt TAKTS. AjXrmatirt. W. C. Smith, II. Jotdin, J. B. DlllllltlUUI. Xri-'Ue. II. Woodruff, C. T. Diibn.w, F. Lewi. Citizen generally are repcitful!y invited to at Ui.L C. 11. G AO E, Pccrttury. but a it liiws in the sober 1 a''rs of his tory that record the revolt in .that island; ,the iniJ-.t5;h,. miruinis, thJ wholesale massacre, the inerc'iless tortures, the abominations not to be nary-! by Chris tian lips in the tyTing or Christiun ears s,omc of which, too tsnu-tteral'ly atro piate images of horror. Applause. Such Icing the case, some one may why does not the South fortify herself against the possible occurrence of micIi a catastrophe by doing away with the one gieat source from which .alone it can Kprinr? This is a nuesLon easile allied. cious for the Ku:Vih language, are of Ul j ani not aware that it is our duty at necessity veiled ia the obscurity of the j the Noi tit to answer it ; but it may be l.a.t'm toryje. Allow me. to read you a observed that great and radical changes jew sentences from the historian of these . in the framework of society, involving vents: the relations of twelve millions of men, "In the town itself the general belief, will not wuit on the bidding of an for some time was, that the revolt was 1 ticut philanthropy. They ran only be y no means an extensive one. The .brought about ia the lapse of time, "y the largest plantation on the plain was that j nteudy ppcvatiou of physical, economical, f Moiis. tialJifet, situated about eiv 1 nnl iioiyil causes. Have t!.ose who re milys from the town, the negroes belong- j Puke the Sjuth for tl'2 continuance of jn to whicli had always been treated j slavery considered that neither the pres with much kimin-esw &nd liberality, au-l J cut gcueratio-.i nor the preceding one is possessed so mauy advantages that itbe- j ivsponsibl for its existence? The Afri vaiyo a proverbial exJx-essioH among the 1 can s'ave trade was prohibited by act of lower white people, in speaking; of any 'Joajriess (il'ty years ago, and many -years mau'ajjood fortune to say, hturvx j earlier by the separate southern States. recite Uh ne',rt da ft'ttUfrt, (he is as happy The entire colored population, with the m one of Mr, (jaliifet'i negroes,) M. exception, perhaps, of a few hundreds ,()dlue, an attorney, or agent, for this 1 surreptitiously introduced, is native tn the jilautation, was a member of the Clencral Their aucestor.s were conveyed from Assembly, and, being fully persuaded j Africa in the ships of Old ilngland and that the negroes belonging to it would j New LIngland. Cheers. They now num remain firm in their obedience, determined J ber between three and lour millions. Has 0 repair thither 10 encourage them in any person of any party or opinion, pro opposing the insurgents; to which end j posed, in sober carnc.Nt, a practical meth he desired the assistance of a few soldiers M 0( ciiiniicipatioii? I believe that most from the town guard, which was granted j persons, in all parts of the country, are him. lie proceeded accordingly ; but on of opinion that free labor is steadily gain approaching the estate, to his surprise he jng ground. It would in my judgment found all the negroes in arms on the side j have already prevailed in the two nortli of the rebels, and (horrid to tell) thm'r j crn tiers of the slavelolding States, bad tdvtdird M'ii iht hod f a ukiU infant, its advances not been unhappily retarded ichich titty had recently intpalfd on a ttitht! by the irritating agitations of the day. j M. Odelue pad advAiiced too lar to retreat but has any person, whoso opinions are undiscovered, and both he and a friend 1 entitled to the slightest respect, ever un ho accompanied him, with most of the del taken to sketch out the details of a soUiers, were killed without mercy. Two j plan for effecting the change at once, by or three only of the patrol escaped byja-iy legislative measure that could be amxi. with Faint 1'raise. The I!ntfrrte ns in duty bound, for and in consideration of the city printing, takes upon itself the office of the "Defender of the Faithful,'' and in its last issue w hite washes the Common Council after this manner : "The Common Council of our city have no need of any special defense. We cannot bay that we approve all their doings, or agree with their views in every respect. Indeed, there have been differ cvcs of opinion and occasionally. lively ,uira 1 struggles on almost every important measure which they have had under dis cussion the different members voting each according to his own views. It is piite possible that we might, in the exer cise of our individual opinion, have op posed certain measures adopted were they submitted to a popular vote, and perhaps might have opposed them through our columns, could we have foreseen the action finally taken, and deemed them of sufficient importance. Tint we are at a loss to know what wo tiitn or ohjeet could have governed the action of the Council to make them either corrupt or extravagant.'' Which means that "it is quite possible" the EnterprU man might have expressed his honest sentiments if divers and sun dry plasters in the shape of city orders in payment for city printing, had not been applied to his lips. Honest, honest Joslin ! Xo humbug about hiui. A ( Alt I). " I eimut mjMlf la ubiu; lo to lj pjr a in rani mlitring my frivuda." The goodly, happy throng who met us at the Bancroft House on tin) linit lust, have our grateful thanks for their benef- J icence and kindly bearing; and also our Host, whoso generous heart and open house received the guests, ami sealed their welcome with a golden ring. We will call them a happy throng, for 44 we cannot parc the luxury of believing that 11 things beautiful are what they bccm." Mil. & Mk?. K.n ole. E. Saginaw, Dec. 10, lSo5. F1107.EN to Dkath.-A man by the name of John McCartney, about 40 years of age, a resident of Flushing, (Jenesee Co was found frozen to death by the side of the road, in the town of Montrose on Friday, the 15th iust. He had been to Flushing the day before to get his cattle shod; had been drinking some, and had, when found, a broken bottle in his pocket, which had contained liopjor. The de ceased leavers a wife and several children in Flushing, wheie he owned a farm; he had always borne a good character among his neighbors. Mr. t'uinpau llnty I'aundJ No Maria of Vfolncc. The long suspense that has well nigh distracted the friends and family of the missing A. r.arnabas Campau, is at length at an end! His bedy was drawn up fr om the bottom of the river at the foot of Hates street by a man named John Uor ton, who had pct searching for the body with a long fork attached to a long han dle, for the past two days,. The body was immediately removed to an adjoining warehouse, and carefully exnmi'ucd by Dr. Axford. So marh of violence were found upon hi$ fotid ortinypttt of hit lody. His gold watch and all the money in gold and bills that he was known to have, were found in his pock ets. The watclt had t6ppcd at one minute before one o'clock. Tribune. A lii:iA)VKl) DAUCHTF.lt SAVF.DJ BY TIIK IHE Or TWO BOTTIKS OK DR. WILLIAM UAItVS HALS AM, Cumden, HilUUe Co., Mkh , March 2, 1 15 '", Mwn. 0. B. Urn tii 1 to, Gent ! Mjf daughter M confined in her W'l 11 Ut winter with listatil Lunsr. Our rbrticiaw having givcu bcr up, I wn iinliufxl in try yvux YIih Me remnlr. I t n-e prmurrd a Uttle f 1K W.M. HALL'S UAL-sAM, tSD ( O.M.M F.XCKD I SIXH IT ACCORMXU TO lllli:n IOX, nu l in huppr to rttil thut wilb tli tint vf iht firet fc(rf tle the trim ma much relieved a to he abU to Jrt htri'lf, ami b'j Hie ve of Iht tecontl bollle the 1V.IS EStlUKLY REZTUREV TO HEALTH. I wouM iiiort hoortily rerommciid nil jHinmn' wlw ro ufl:riiiK from 7Wir l.untr, or iiy diin of nnxii.X from Cold, to uc it it onc Tl K)V rcriiofly !. not fail, ii ny in-lnncr, to iloall it U rcoommoixle.l. K AM I'LL I.KA3IAX. Itoi.i.KS. Smith A Co., rropriclor, l! likcuirevt, ChicHC, to whom nil onlem choul l I uiMrewvL Sold by Hoi, Itro. 4 Co, KiuPt sigiu;iw. jfrM We publish in this paror speeches of l'x-CJovernor Lincoln, and and Hon. l'iwun Fvekett, at the CJrcat I'r.ion Meeting in Doston. They are calm, considerate, and to the point. We ask for them the careful persual of all our readers. JtVSrThe Chicago Democrat is inform ed that forty-three physicians have left that city within the past year, for other and more promising fields of labor. LIVER COMPLAINT CURED. Cincinnati Wobtr. 15, ls37. Mr A. L. Pcovil.L Dear .Vir. I feel it luy du ty to l-t jiu know hut your medicine hnx dviiv for liiy wifo. she was Rrcntly tronl.Ud with the Liver Complaint, Mien M ilh duhility, for r.unilcr f vc;int. The phvsitiun'i proriplion, wli'u h we trinl, Y,iitd Ij eure'lur. We tried your liluod Syruv, torthor with the I nthing over the liver with ull and nh ohol every ntght, and ly tho uso or nvo Ut lleJ iiho wu entirely rured. Your rcxpeettully tu nu.r..n... Resilience on Court street, between U;eo nd Elm. ciii:.vr ii.xi)s. There arc hundred of thousands of acres of beautiful and rich lands belong- Fiue Alarm. A shed in Ihe rear of the Eancroft House I Engine lioom took fire this (Friday) morning, causing con siderable alarm but no great damage. C"rrci!ouJerice of the Courier. Chicago, Dec. 15, 1859. Messrs. Emtors: Chicago has settled down upon the usual winter level. The close of navigation has shut off the main outlet for produce, of which she is now the world-famousdepot. Kverything.how ever, is m a better condition, and the as spect more cheerful than in preceding seasons for some years past. The Holiday trade is no small feature here, and has been liberally provided for by our liter chants. Especially do the Uooksellers reap n irolden harvest in the season of (jilt mnLinrr The follows 13 from OIIC of OUT ing to the U. S., in Saginaw, Midland, ipaipm" dailies, and has been reproduced Isabella, Tuscola and Huron Counties, by one or two others, doing noinore than W I. STAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. From the .Vcir York Erenintr Miiror, May 2it. "Atuomr H Ihe Pumieeim ndveili.ed lor the euro (jf human ailment, there ii nono in whu h wo lmve more eonrnlime linn WISTAR'S BALSAM OF TILI CIIEKY. We regard it us ono of Xutur own preparation, simple, f nfe, plciiunt to t:ike, and Imort icrtiim to euro ull miioin una j uunuiinry m feetionx. V.'e h:ive w tm s-c 1 iti won .I.tTiiI cffc-ti In cases that were retried hi hopelessly de-jxrate, and wc can ronsi-icntH'U.-ly reroiiiuiend it u one of the best niedieiniM in t ho wni! 1 " It h -i proven ii.mo t fi'.- ii' imis ns a remedy for Conh", Cold, liiflueiif'i, lirniiehitiK, AMhma, and Consumption in its incip'ent bt.Kes, thuu tiy other inedieir.e. B"See ndvcitiscmcnt. East Saginaw Prico Ciirront (CORRECTED NVEEKLY. IIARK LAltn. Hem. eor.1 M 3 00 per lb H 14 BEESWAX. I.KATHKU. Yellow 0 J a 0 2i Pole per " 0 2l 0 3S BUTT Eh. Upper dot 40 no n iu no Keg, lh. 0 11 0 IS IHri.eM l 0 0 At Koli, lb. 1 0 jo t'.ilf kiii ! 1 01 l CHEESE. Bridle di.le 3 Ml 4 Haniherg, n to 0 U Horehlde side 1 7i 2 '-'i 11EK. 1'i.n.tiwin. IK) a o 00 hliccn. V!n KUU. p -r il-'. n i ( w Hen dor. 0 12011 1.1 VE T 'K. KEATH Kits. HousVWlU Live, cci -e, II.. M net 3 00 3 :.0 KlSlt. IWn . do 2 00 2 'Jj t'...l too 1l. it "0 a 0 00 Hierp pr li d 1 W 2 ) Wh 0-h l.l. 5 K) a fl on iun i a w Ijike Trout, ( U ( 00 LUMBLlt. Miu'kerel II.. 0 OS (i 0 12 Itr, p'l e eU-ur KI.OL'U II MEAK It NI No. 1 Flour, 6 "ft ?5 ni d i 5 00 M. itl. 1 i i 00 Itfi,roiiimnT 2 .') a lluekuheM, ! heiulutk 2 :0 a loo IU 3 50 a 0 00 l osk 4 x a FUUIT. Board white C'ranlM rri. .h-I M 8 00 a 10 00 n r l'ii-li, 2 .'Ml l 3 00 Bonnl Uiarlt- Al'le " 0 m,S n 1 00 W:llillt ' drl. d 1 7 1 00 Pine rleur FKEII MEAT. 2d o.i.l Purloin te.tk o o7 a 0 OS ('..noiin (.,u d " o ort a o 07 Si-li-et Bm l!.m-! p o 0 07 sliip'i kfeiilM Mutton f 1 0 nj ft 0 00 S-l.;ij c!r " h -l 0 07 a 0 (-) " 21 Vei.imm teiik 0 OS a 0 10 " f r.iumon A TIMELY WARNING ! The bitting winds of winter eome on spare, ml flight, and conveyed the dreadful tidings .to the inhabitants of the town. "Iy this time, all or most of the white prsons who had been found on the v eral plantations beinjj massacred or forced to neck their safety in ilirhi, thcruiliians adopted: Consider, only, I pray you, that it would be to ak the South toive up one thousand millions of property, which she holds by a title satisfactory to herself, as the lit .t step. Then estimate the cost of an adequate outlit for the self exchanged the sword for the torch. The j support of the emancipated millions; then building ami cane-fields were evervwheic rellect on the derangement of the entire KCton lire; and the conllagrations, wlncli wer visible from the town in a thousand different quarters, furnished a prospect more shocking, and rejections more dis mal, than fancy can paint, or the powers of man describe." guch, sir, as a matter of history, is a rervile ins-n rretiori, now let us take a glance at the state of things in the southern Slates, co-members as they are among us in the great republican confed eracy. Let us consider what fort of a population it is that some persons among ns think it not only rignt and commenda ble, tut in the highcht degree heroic, ftaint-likc, god-like, to extend the awful calamity which turned St. Domingo into a heap of ruins in 17UI. There are be tween three and four millions of the col ored race scattered over the southern and aouthwestern States, in small groups, in cities, towns, villages, and larger bodies on isolated plantations; in the honse, the factory, and the field; mingled Jogethcr with the dominant race in the various pursuits of life: the latter amount ing in the aggregate to bt or nine jniJlotis, if 1 rightly i f collect the num bers. Upon this community, thus com- foed, it was the design of lirown to let oose th Hcli-bounds of a nerville insur rection and bring on a struggle which, for magnitud?, atrocity, and horror, would have tood alone in the history of the world. Applause. And in these ight or nine millions, against whom this frightful war was cvied, are our fellow citizens, entitled with ns to the protec tion of that compact cf government which recognizes their relation to the colored race a compact which cwry Mvorn officer of the I'nion or the States is bound by bis oath to s-jpport! Among litem, ir, is a fair proportion of men and women of education and culture, of moral and religious lives and character, -virtuous fathers, mothers, sons, and daughters, persons who would adorn arjy ftation of society in any country, fapdausc, men who read the same 1 tibia Jhat we do, and in the name of the wuria printer kneel at the throne of the name fiod, forming a class of men from which hftve gone forth .ome of the great est and purest characters which adorn our bispry Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Marshall. CJrcat cheering. These arc the men, the women, for whose bosoms pikc and rifles are nianufacturccl in New Kngland, to be placed in the hands of an ignorant R-.ib-ject race, supposed, rrost wrongfully as recent events I ave shown, t. be waiting for an opportunity to nso them! Sir, 1 l ave, on three or four different rccasions, in early life and more recently, visited all the southern and fouth-westcrn f)Ute with the exception of Arkansas o4 Alabama; I have enjoyed the hospi jlalUj of the city and country; I have had fhe privilege, before crowded and favoring flndjeace, ! bold up the character of the father of his Country, aii I to inculcate iht blessings of lh Onion, in the tame precise terms in which I have done 't here t home, nd other portions of the la-?d; J hare been t lo)ittc4 to the confidence of tbo domestic circl and I bare seen there touching manifestations of the kindest fceljnga by jyicli VUt cin.de in all its members, high,' and low, master and ser vagf, can be bonnd together; and when I contemplate jh horrorf JljU would lave mailed had the I raged y on which the enr tiio rose at Jlarper'a JVry ,,crn Ac,c,l out, through all its scenes of fire and imrord, of last and murder, of rapine and z fdatiroi, In the final catastrophe, ? a n industrial system of the .South, and all the branches of commerce and manufac tures that depend on its great staples; then the necessity of conferring etpial po litical privileges on the emancipated race, who being free would be content with nothing less, if anything less were con sistent with our political system; then the consequent organization of two great po litical parties on the basis of color, and the eternal feud which would rage be tween them; and linally the overtlow into the free States of a vast multitude of needy and helpless emigrants, who, heing excluded from many of them (and among others from Kansas), would prove doubly burdensome where they are admitted.- -Laughter and applause. Should u-t, sir, with all our sympathy for the colored race, give a very cordial reception to two or three hundred thou sand destitute emancipated slaves? Does not every candid man se that every one of these steps present difficulties of the most formidable character difficulties for which, ns far as I know", no man and iio p?.r? y has proposed a solution. And is it, sir, for the attainment of objects so manifestly impracticable, pursued, too, by the bloody pathways of treason and iiiur lor, that we will allow the etupeud ous evil which now threatens in to cnuc upon the country? Shall wc permit this curiously compacted body politic, tho nicest adjustment of human wisdom, to go to pieces? Will wc blast this beauti ful, symmetric form; paralyze this power ful arm of public strength; sn.ite with imbecility this great national intellect? Where, sir, 0 where, will be the flag of the United States? Where our rapidly increawinrr influence in the family of na tions? Already they are rejoicing in our divisions'. The last foreign journal which I have read, in commenting upon the event at Harper' Terry, dwells upon it as something that "will compel us to keep the peace with the Powers of Europe," and that means, to take the law from them in our internal relations. I meant to have spoken of the wreck of that magnificent and mutually benefi cial commercial intercourse which now exists between the producing ami manu facturing Slates of the ho.-tile tariffs in time of peace and the habitually recur ring border wars by which it will be an nihilated. I meant to have said a won I of the navy of the United States, and the rich inheritance of its common glories. Shall we give up this? The memory of our fathers of those happy days when men of the North and South stood to gether for the country ca hard-fought field; when the south sent her Washing ton to Massachusetts, and Xcw England sent her CJrcene to Carolina, is all this fonrotteu? "Is all the counsel that wo two have shared," all the joint labors to found this great Uepublie, is this "all forgotV" ami will we permit this la-it great experiment of confederate republi canism to become a proverb and a by word to the nations? "No," "Nevcrl'X No, fellow-citizens, no, a thousand times no. This glorious Union shall not per ish. Precious legacy of our fathers, it shall go down, honored and chcrishod, to our children. Applause. Generations unborn ahall enjoy its privileges, as wc Imvo done, and, if wo leave them pxr in .11 besides, wo will transmit to them the boundl w wealth of its blessings. Long contfmifkj cheering CratoFiTT.j-LOoking over other peo pV affidrs an vcrj siting our o- , for sale at graduation prices, ranging from two shillings to one dollar per acre there are in Saginaw County several thousand acres now for sale at two shillings per acre. Most of the U. S. land in Tuscola, j Midland and Huron is fifty cents per acre. The price is no indication of the quality of these lands, but is graduated by the time the land has been in market. Causes heretofore stated and now it is hoped generally understood, have opera ted against their Fale, but the construc tion of Rail and State lioads as well as those made by settlers is fast opening np this section of country and must hasten tjie sale and settlement. It is passing strange that when these lands can be obtained for a mere pittance, persons able to purchase them will remain in pent up cities and small towns, working for a scanty subsistance, when a few years of ordinary toil and industry would make them independent. Runing through and surrounding most of the land men tioned arc groves of Tine second in quality to none in the world, and the cutting and manufacture of which, makes and will make for years to come a splen did home market for all the produce the fanners can raise. I he winter is no colder or longer in this hection than in the southern rart of the State the writer of this has lived in Saginaw County nine years, and in that period has not at any one time seen the snow exceed eighteen inches in depth upon a level. Good can be shipped to this point by vessels coming here from UulTalo, Oswego, Cleuland, &c. after lumber, as cheap as they can be shipped to Detroit, the ordinary price from Iiuffalo is S'- oO i per ton. Steamers connect us wuu Detroit and Goderich and vessels with Chicago and other point upon the Lalies vessels can load at our docks for Europe. Wc have the finest Oak and r.laelc Walnut timber in the United States, and far above us on the head waters of some of the Rivers, beautiful Norway Pine for ship building abounds With such means of communication, such soil, climate and timber, it is not strange that wc are making rapid strides but wc believe and hope wc have only seen the beginning of a prosperous set tlement and have a firm reliance in our future greatnes". " What's whit is wkit, " And what appeared in hst week'a Courier concern ing His Honor, Judge Woodworth, even though sickness was his excuse for dereliction of duty in the last instance, was right and proper. Inasmuch as we did "nothing extenuate nor set down aught in malice," we have nothing to retract and no explanations to make. If Judge W. and his friends wish to get up a newspaper controversy on the subject of his qualifications for tho responsible olace he holds, and the manner in which he discharges tho duties thereof, they can "connt us in;" but this mnch wo will say in advance, wo have not the slightest, wish to make political capital out of the affair, and n the article in question there is nothing that cren hints that wavt justice to one of our Chicago establish ments, which presents novel attractions to the Northwest: One of the features of our Chicago Iiook Trade, is the great Gift Book Store of Messrs. J. A. Coluv & C o., rso. llf Randolph treet, Chicago, which has, since its establishment some years ago, been constantly on the increase, and now gives employment to a large force of clerks and assistants in the various departments of Relling, mailing and shipping. Other f Jift enterprise., ro railed, have come and gone; older Rook concerns ot tnc usual class have passed out of existence before the pressure of the times, but Mr. Colby seems as busy and successful as ever. Just now his windows, r'iow cases and shelves glitter and gleam with a superb variety of Holiday Rooks. The old htajt dard authors have come out bravely in gold and fine morocco to meet tho de mand of the Gilt season, which however with this house lasts the whole year round. There is not in Chicago to-day a richer display than at Colby's where the old po ets, the novelists and dramatist arc in holiday attire, awaiting to elicit the nmiles they are literally noiND to win when the giver by their aid asks remem brance. Let any one send for one of Mr. Colby's handsome catalogues, which are mailed free to any address, and seo how and what his promises and prices are, as they are, as they are therein all set forth. He has Ruch facilities that he can fill an order for Rooks as cheaply as can be done at New York. Rut the reader asks "how is it about the Gifls?" If Mr. Colby sells his books for no more than his neighbors, how can he give the purchaser bis chance to draw any one of the rich and beautiful article of jewelry that form the contensc of one of the elegant show cases a prominent ornament of his store? Just here is the reason, and I confess it is satisfactory to me. He buys books nt the East for RKADY CASH, and could undersell his neighbors and yet make a handsome profit. He prefers to extend hi trade and double bis sales by divid ing this advantage with the book pur chaser here. The dividend for the latter is a chance at this jewelry, and almost dailv Mr. Colby receives acknowledg ments of watches and valuable gilts that are sent by mail aud express to all parts of the country. Now, what can be fairer than this? Let us say you buy a dollar volume. It is the same prico you would pay else where. No matter what it cost Mr. Col by. He is content to share the profits with you who patronize him, and thus a gift varying in value from fifty cent to one hundred dojlars will be given with every book at the time of purchase. This is the key to Mr. Colby's success. This it is that fills his store with custom ers daily, throughout a dull season. Has not his establishment and its attrac tions a special claim for the Holidays? It would seem so. Colds, Couch, Hoarsened, Asthma, Croup, Jinm chili. I'leurix', nn I Consumption, visit oureireles, nnd bring Kufioritijj jereh:iiue de ith, Bni(insl tii There i n lhilni in (lilcad, however, "ifimoneau' 1'cttortd liidm" it Mire .revento o as well t's eure It roiuhine in it intrinsic worth tho c.seiihiitl d vu nt a gen of lxin ehcnp, ilecnnl to tho t'lsle, liurin lc.d in tendency, efleetire and rcliiil.lfl in all affoe tion of the chenl and Ihiir, rexultini; from exixtfur orncL-leet. "The 1'tetond Jlulm nee but trial of it nunlitie to insure rf.uUl'uelory Iwue. No family chould be without it, eKciall during the try ing .eau of early winter, and it U highly reeeoiu inendod to Prciu her and I'ublir Speuker jrcner ally, for it invaluable property of etrensthing tho re filled gland of the throat and toneil", nnd giving tone and energy to the rcspimtory orpins. Full di rcetions ueciiMpiiiiy cm h lt'ie. Priee 50 eenti". Sold by Miitnifiii turer, 5fi Jefl. rx.n avenue, De troit. Also, by llivu l'.ro AC'o , 1-iiat Saginuw. l-.uton 4 llr) ERginiu. City. CONGER'S MAGIC It EG UL AT Oil. A laftf d rpc ly cura kr L'Urrhea, Cholera, t.'holeru Morbit, Chul.ra Infantum! ytrrou Vutatm, in oil iWr vtrioiu iWmft Contithion Fit, ' Hysteric Fitt, Ihliritim Tremenii, Palpitation ff the Heart, Jjr., Sc., ff. ThU Mdie.iuo La never been known to fcfl wnefl used according to tho lorcetioits. coNf.'Kirs Tt)N7cTivi:n nu.s. TVroo HTI have hoeome t.rtenslttli uied Ihroaeh rut the country for their mild nul illeetuul euro for LIVKli COMPLAINT, j ' LJSTIVKXEWV ' r A J Ntf I ?f T U K 1 1 E A r. 8 1 DI 11 A I K, LI M US. k U, Alo, fvr the l'rtruili,ig JI1LU0VS LIS- f tli Cevntry , Thc MtiSi need un "trifling" t matfwg a nU a-Uul they will ppe.ik for tU.-iui.eUM if tried in rean, bJ (Tug ru t fWreetioua. For furllwT jmrtituuiri Ml "I)octor'$ JlvJi for iU Million? whh h can b had grain f .Til the Agenti. For nla bv Ile", Hro k f , F-ust Suginaw; T. 5f . Illigh, liay City; Eaton k 15rv., Jf ttiiith, t.iginnw City; l. 1". Fot-ter, llridgejK.t t Centre, and ly jiug riU eeuemllv. S. UriOU'N ELL, f'ol Prr.rw-ur. I ties, M il'ntn,. (JltOCKUlKK A T WIIOLKSAM-:. c no a no a no i oo H no a is fo 10 no a 1.' no B 00 a i; M 7 oo n f mi l a .' VJ a IS 00 in ti a V.' "" A oo a pork " 0 li? II mi l-ath per loo ). o a Ileef pernr f.re3 a 0 m MIIMjI.Iv hind 1 00 a 0 Go A 1, .hi. k Fork in bog M.(u l3 per loo ft 10 a 6 . 0 10 uicli i ik Otter Mnk a Kiber Wlldeat Mark rat a I i. -aver l)er nMr.a peril. a T un ed .lo a tiheeii pi lta a piece IlKAlS. r.irn. Vurli U 74 a 0 Se t'.tru In i-ur 0 117 a 0 .V I'blrkel.a lt-irlev 0 ..S a 0 00 per pair :tU,'lilh 0 M 1 II 41 Turkejulli n.-iiti. whit 1 oil a 1 Cieene d- Phortt 0 00 a 0 00 i a 1 :: n 1 L'j a KTAVKS. ITrivrplpeil S. o i.iifi.r " ). llfvy.bd I l.i!,t " 00 J MufiV bead- Intf lii-nvv 'H M Wiiil.i. Iieiid- iutr hifbt 12 00 roi'ATOI.S. it' Irih pr l-iitli f S.'i a Tur.ii ! !f a 0,.ion It n ; ; a l ot l.TUV. 1 00 S no foNot n's Fills. Tho fallowing I -iter in regard to tho cfliein-y of thin iiiviilunble remody, In from Hon. P. H-Tlmrcton, of Ml. Clemen, Miehinn, now and for more than twenty year Judge of Probate if Macomb Ciuinty. Coxm h's Pit i s. a tnrt remedy for Littr Com plaint, J'ains in the head, tide, -c. Mt. Clkmkms, MirnifiA. J. L Coxnrn, F.j: Sir: I owe it to you and my many friend thut nutter, a I have, with a pain in tho head, tho left i-le and shoulder, aeoointMinied with a coiiequent generul lunguor, to ray that I have received preut relief mid benrfit from the uc of your "Tonie I.iver Pill." I do not hesitate, but wouM, in nuty, nn'l with pioasure, recMintnenu me use of thee Pill to any one who mny be lairiiig unler tho painful and depressing elfcit of a want of net ion or derangement of tho I.iver. Very truly Yours, V TIIFRSTON. B?";ce Adveiti.-ietacnt. lbir-1 pr eor.l IU a I j rt(,rt mM , fun,j f? ye . rlKr,., uf iturvbwc'l 'S"ft UP.KK 1 " ' I-e'roiUre'-er,. Prime Wd 1 00 a IS 0 j F.i"t S 'ginaw, Ottul .r, 1, r' )- FRUITS! FRUITS! OXYGENATED BITTERS. Thf annexed .-tntemetit of Trof. A. A. HAYS, M. I . State Asinyer, 1 auiplo tetiinony of the n'-ientilio liiiiimer in whieh this inedieino in t-omounded, and reeominet'd it to profeionul men, im worthy a f:tir trial in I heir prnetiec: An opinion leing aked for, of me, in ennrequenee of the foriuulti for rciiaring Oiygenntcd Ilittera be ing known to me, I expremt the following, in form; The composition of thco Flitter includes tho-io medicinal sultancc which experienced phynician have long reported to for rpeeinl a-tion mi tho ayaletn, when derango I by Fevers. I)pejia, Ague and ',. mral liebility, reulliiig from expi-oure or tliiuale inlluencc. Theo nrc rendered permaneut, and remain active. In this prepar.it ion, nil a consequence of nicutiti': manner in which I hey uro combined. It wiv a well fouudml inference, th.it the prepara tion, U8od In larger or mullor dic, would prove a vn I mi bin General Medicine, which experience baa dcuion-t rated. In thu medicine, no metalic salt can be found, ly the mwt delicate chemical trial. lUpectfully, A. A. HAYES, M. D., Asayer of the State of Miuwaehuett. Vetcrn Agent, JOHN V. PARK, Cincinnati, Ohio. See adverticement, in another column of our patcr. COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. IN the nvitter of the estate of (leorge Solomon deern'cd, Nctiee i hereby given t-J cre litors acid olhrr por.ion interested In thu e.-latu of raid de ce ued, th it the eor.imifMoner's npoiiite l f.r the purpuric of t-x iniiniiig and iillowmg i-Iihiiih will im-et at Seth Wi b-y'n oll'ue in the city of E;.t Sng'niw, on tho big. e l irs biy in Mi re i, the first W elnei ay in May, and Crt W.da -sl y in Juno next, for the purpose af rc u I, nnd the thu time for prenei.tinx el.ntn iy ireaitors w.n exjim ou iuo vwcuiu unj m June next. Dated City of Ea Pnginaw, Pee. 12, IbJJ. J. S. ll III if. .LEY, S HAY. Pilierrbbl . I n 1 a Tnooe, ton I t 00 a 15 00 l'ore ! w a 5 UlblS. TALI.W flr...n ii i.i a 0 OO ,b red 1" a 0 i; lrv ailed 0 l a 0 : K.iukIi CaM Jrv o -.i AO li ' IIONKV. In rmnli O 1 i n 0 1 J liueJ pi 1 J5 a 0 00 II AM--. Sir.okt t o in a 0 1J M.mi " 1 i a '.n Miiotii bri 0 OS a 0 10 line ln? 1. 00 a 13 " SECOND ANNUAL BALL --tiF- Escelsior Engine Co.No. 2 OF THE CITY OF EAST SAOINAW. AT THE Ii A X C Ii 0 F T II O V S E. Monday Evening, January 2, l?t0. A Genera! Invitation i Extended to oil. Ticketn, tl.'ifi; to ha I nt the Manendi House, Po.t OCiee, aud of the committee. 5AMI F.I. AI.I.EX. CIIAKEM AI.I.KN, 1.1 ti.VS NEWTON, Cwnnitttt. rroceedn of Ihe Rail to I applied to the purchtee of a Ucll for tho Engine IIou-:. J O II X D K IS II Y, HAS RF.CEIYF.I, AND OIFF.RS FOR ML at piiec hi h dely compi titiou, 100 Mag Toiler, 1(H) t het Tea, 10 llhd. .Mol ire. 600 Mnrreli Poik, 60 lioxci Chei'ie, IUO MnrreU Whi.Uy, H'l'O Moxe Cig u , 50 Poxes Plug lobareo, CO Mutri-lH of l lur, 75 I'oxr V'Jft, 6'X) Kc Null, 2oO Pox lo-.p. i;d Mg Mut. St Ti.r itgur, CO l'.-.rrel .vrup, 3 Telil Hnli-ratut, 5 To Faiuifv Muttar, 2K0 Sa.l Salt, 1000 M.irreli Sail, 50 Rsrrrl Cut Tubaeeo, lf0 t Mies Piug Tobacer", 3W Moxen Candle, '' HO lloi Candr, fj K-. i;m.'m'(i, VW'WO pereiiMion Cap Als Nnl, Almond. Pioerve, rlarrt, Mustard, (Wnn, Chocolate, ('amid, l.,blere, (lt.rr., Sarbije, PrrrriM!iin Cn', Powder nn-l Mtot, sro. T.wiia, 3Lr , awd eer7 arll.-se iwrjury fw tLe convenience nmf cfiinfort of the f.miify. A -9 a f T ami wi M-leetd n"rtnctvl r4 Vr k'rv, (;:i.-. Hard, En rt ben aad tUr f'-n tl'ure. Me;-i li-i ti, Tra.fc-n and Ltirnf rnneir. wilf do well t. b.k a n r (i Orf a 0 t5 I ui.t r; ilml of (i -l, bcf. ie th. y nvike Iheir pur- w"i U Ei' for the Wmlrr All iH rerut t 0 1 00 ft S7 0 iV a 0 04 SALT 50 0 10 ! CONFECTIONARIlS. rpiiE tiT.rRri.Lii I HAYI.NO , RECENTLY made arrangement Ur m r -t:iiit supply tf FIU'lTS coupling in pnrl of Apple, lVacbrr. Peart. Plums, Apricot, and (2"iiK-e, t'.irrthrr wiih Fnreign Fruiu, ConfwlU nnric. Ac M'tll b r hnnJ to sty ply all wh i may favor liiui w ill) a call, al ! e City Fruit & Confectionary Store, On the mot t renscnnble terms. Allende-1 too. All or.Ur irrrptly DANIEL P. K. WAGON MAKING!! X K W E S T A 11 L I S II M K X T Waihington Mreet, nert door Xorth rf Ilorrit JJakery, Eatt Faginaie. iv ii v ir , , ' coL(.ii! ?orc;ii!! cun:iii!i? ANP .-t:rFEP. WITH A 8EVEUU CH D f ItVirn you can p et cured for 7T.Y fT.V7.', tulling on PAX. FU.X, and getting m rat cr" 1 1 1 X S I) A LFS c i:l f.i; R ATI : t) Zccluiul Moss CusMlje. It re fim f cwre, f r every one savs .-o tlitt Km ttw lit D. P FOX. M. F. Li:iU)V & CO., HAVE opened a shop at the al.ove aland, where they are prepared to iiiituufwture all manner of WAGONS, SLEDS, MEGGIES, SLIEOHS, CARRIAGE?, MUCK MO A RMS, and, in fact, everything in the line, on short notice aud reasouable terms. All work w arrant i-1. REPAIRING of nil kind promptly attended to. an I every effort will be made to give entire satisfaction. PATRON AGE IS SOLICITED. Fart Sngiunw, Dec 9, 1559. M. 1 . L 1 CO. CHANCERY SALE. Lawyers Fef.s in Milwaukee. A suit has lately been tried in Milwaukee, in which an Attorney sotipht to recover 812,000 as a fee for four months' services in foreclotiinff the mortgage, on the La Crosse ami Milwaukee Hail road. The jury gave a verdict in his favor for $7, 006, which with $1,000 he had already received, made 88,000 for the four months' work. Xeithe r he nor the Company were satisfied with the verdict the one be cause it was too Urge, tho other because it wr s. too am all. 3C"WALtACE, the Haider, atCorun na. after securing about 8100 of the funds of our neighbors on deposit, has decamped for parts unknowns-taking with him that much more than the vagabond had when he went therenw-and awindlinrr Tarious BanVa in Detroit whila pp las flight G.T Jmrfari decree of the SETII W1L Commumionert. miitii iv ii,m:v, Justice of th Peace; oflk-o with DillinKuiim k Tlob- inon, will attend promptly to tlie regular nuitineiw of hi ofllee, conveyancing executing of pairs collection, Ac EAST SAG IN. FREE EXHIBITION. SUMSCRIPTIONS to the Evcravinj Shakpeare, and hi Friend, clwe the 23th; person winhing to aulieeribe should cotue forward immediately 'Latf Cull " A. FElWiLSON, lion. tec. TN rtirinnee, nn I bv virtue of 1 Circuit Court for the Cum v of Jtnjjinaw, in chan cery, ma le on the twelfth day of SepfmUr, A D. 1S.V1. ia a certain can thero n pendinc, wherein William Meniel ia eomj.lniimiit, and John Tbomn, Chritine Thoma. A. J. M, A- J. Murrill an I 1 LW. C. Gfl(re are defendant. N tiee i hereby (riven that I rim II eil at publie auction to the highert bid der at two o'clock in the afternoon of Saturday the 21t duy of Juminry next, at the fr.nt door of ih-i Sajr'maw County ( ourt Hmi-, in Iho City of Sagi naw, Saginaw County, Michiirun, that certain piece or parcel of land known and dm rild ns the north half of lot nine (9) in Ml.x k twenty (20) in tho vil lage of Ein-t S(finnw in SaIuaw County, n desi. natel on a. map known a lloyt'i plat of the village of EflM Saginaw. Dated, December C, A S. fl AYLORD, Circuit Court Commi-sioner for Sniinaw County, Mich. Wkbbf.r k Wutrtrn, Compl'U Solicitor. Steam Sash Factory. ri'iiE Sl'RSCRIAER CONTINUES TO MANU 1 fa eta re Sah, I)iKir, Mlind and Moulding Several new and beautiful pattern have been added the pat year to my stock of MOULDINGS, te which I wiidi to call tho attention of builders. You w ill find me nt my old stand, ready to accommodate my old cuj-totnen and new ouca. II. PUATT. Eiud t-'nginnw. T 1 1 rcsl7iiijr la oh i n cs. HESS k MRO. ARE MANUFACTURING A FEVT rood and substantial Thrcrhine Machine, wel calculated for a Fnrmer's own nc ; will thresh front two to thre hundred bushel per day with two Horse AL, j?"d WOOD SAWING MACHINES on hand ready for sale cheap. HESS A MRO. Mart Saginaw, June u, J?o'. FOR THE HOLIDAYS. AT RCIIUPP'S Wholesale Liquor Store, Genesee Street, East Saginaw. Pure Sherry Wine, Old MourUm and Scutch WhUkey, Ae , e., A. Ieo. 13, 1S59. A. SCHITP. WOOD AND WILLOW WARE JOHN DER MY haa received a full awortmcnt of Willow and Wooden Ware, amonjr whiih may e found Children' Wajron, Cal, Cradle, Chairs, Ae. Also, Wooden nowls, FauerU, Pails, Tuba, Sievee, Wash boards, Ac. Ac, all of which are offered at verj low price. T 0(1 STAMPS LOd STAMPS OR MARKING J Iron with plain nnd beantiful letiera or figure, made to order o short notice at the Eaet Bagieaw rfirj ami Maehln Shop, on the Doc. JunU, 1W. FlF-SffAMRO. Fruit and Shade Trees. 'IMIE nubcri1r will furnish any ouantity of Fruit X trees, Shade trees, Shrubbery, Ae, the coming irinff. at reasonable priee. Shide trees will be fumii-hed for street setting, 6 to 8 feet high, at the following prices t Locmt, HO crnU Silver Poplar, P.S ' American HoreChelnu, Rft.hli;h, 50 " European " " 5to7fU " 60 " Ixmbar ly Pr jhr, Sft. " BO " Seedling Cherry, 25 " And other varieties at proportionate rales, forest tree sett on short notice and warranted lor two year All tuoee wanting anything in the above line will pleiue send in their orders bv the 20th of Feb. 1PG0, can cagmaw, ivc. u, v. v. i i t ck. Detroit AdvertisementSe w BFrnitUr A.Urrt'iun; .sgeneyof I.TKAt Kucm, ill) WwHln.nil Aiiw, Detroit, uv is th Wily , authorized Arerri frtkis paper. 'i.. i MUV. F. lll.NtllMAN CO. WHOLE! AI.H AND RETAIL lCAitM 11 GROCLIULS $ rnorisioxs : t CORDAGE OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES TWIXKS, LATII-YAIIX , COKDS, ANCHORS 1 C II A I N S ! Tar V i t c h a n cl It o i n . also n general atsortruett of Groceries and Ship Lliandlay alwaj on Land, and for sale chesp. Foot of Woodward Avenu, adjoining II Frrj Lauding, Detroit. G. F. II. A CO NOTICE. Orrirc or tb E- Sa Salt Mro. Co. ) East Saginaw, Dec. 6th, 1839. AT a meeting of th Moard of Director of thi Company thi day, a further aement of one percent, wo made uxn the entire capital stock of the company, payable at the office of the Secretary, on the 10th day of Jannarv, A. D 1W). W M. L. WEMMER.Sec'7. 4 CHOICE assortment of Merinoe, Wool Delaine 1Y. and Dree Good, eUing at rreatly rolurd price, at i. W. TOMS'. IIOLIPAY HCTORIALS "PICTORIAL Brother Jonathan, IUlloni, LeelieJ, l JIarparm. Clipper ! Picarnne, at PRIDGEMAN ACO'S. Ie.IS,l9V9. (eV Ftamt of A. Ftfumn. I.AXI) WAUKAXTS & PKXblONS.. HEIRS WAX TEH, AT THE UNITED STATES MOUNT T. I AXD AGENCY. No. 1, Larnerd Street, Detroit, of Edward Fee, Alex. Miller, and William Ilaitel, who enlisted at Detroit f-r the Mexican War AW E. Eastabrooke, or hi heir, will do well to write to tr. rpiIE undersigned wishes to obtain charge of r.ew I or old suspended claims, for Moiinty Land, for "1812," orother war service, a be obtains ll orranre where other fail, hi facilities being of the lest Through thi office 20,000 liing soldiers-witnwcs, 1PI2 service, can 1 found. If claimant or ogent desiring my assistance, cannot tate captain's imnie, never tuind, rend all th fact or histwy of eenice, yiu Lave ; and in otd cases, the number of pplica ii m. Term reasonable, and all way rely en a faith ful and speedy examination. Grod refi-tcnce r 'vcn. Puna fde, honest ease need not depir. Sucx or doe not depend on ny agent' being in Washington or any particular city, but on hi faeililir. These we have can tell any 1812, Michigan or New York soldier, how he served, if he ha bad Mount y, have full list of th Xere York and MiachutU, (witk Maine) 1812 soldier. HEW YORK STATE PAY, For clothing, Ae., Ifil2. Application forwarded un til FeUusry, IStiO, in eae where warrant have been bad, cw iork service, tieirs at law tniniox SLACK HA WK WAR. Any soldiers of tho 6 companies, who went le 'Ten EyckV and Ann Arbor, Mar, fi'j2. who have not written me, should do so, a, if all who unit io the petition to tVcgrc, th measure to give wan ranta for that ten day service, will he more likely tJ be carried. A strong effort will be made, if Ihe aol dier will coin forward, and w may expect s'tceee. R M. LON. NOTIOIII. The Regnlar meeting of the Board of EJaratioa will U held on Taerdar, Ie-ember fch at tU Ceo inoa Conor IT Itvimt at V o'eViek, F. M. JonN M. f PRIXGFR, rWr.