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Wednesday, (September 7, 1801.
Democratic County Convention. A Convention of Delegates from tho several Ton ii n J Wards In tMiginaw County will bo inn ui i:iu court uousem riaginaw City on WEDNESDAY, hEPTEMDER Nth, 1SC4, At 0110 o'clock P. M f.,r ll.a l.xrmu -Y hi)? candidates for tho several county offices to bo '"I ioriou i.y uie nomocracy at the ensuing elec tion, and the transaction of Much other business as tuny he deuiaod advasible. Each Town and Word will bo cntitlod to thieo dulcg.Ui.s iu the Convention. A. A. PARF0NS, Chairman Deui. Co. Com. Saginaw, Aug. 22, 19G1. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. JOK rilESIDENT OP THE UNITKI) STATES, GEORGE fi. McCLELLAN. FOK VICE PRESIDENT, iiVAmui: II. 1E."VDLET04. PRESIDETIAL ELECTORS. F.lectors at iAirge SA5IUCL T. DOUGLAS, mx noniNxo.v. Iff District-UESUY HART, Id DUtrktMOY T. TttOMHLY, 2d rirfrW-D, DAUVYIN HUGHES, Ath DWHd-JOIIX LHYV13, hth VUtrUt-MlCUXEL V. CROFOOT, CfA DUtrkt-n, E. LDWAIIDS. . STATE TICKET. 2'or Gorernor UILLIAM M. l'ENTOV, For Lieut. Gorernor EDWIN II.IiATIIHOP. For Secretary qf State (iEOUGE It. TUltNEII. For Auditor General ciiaiu,i:m w. uutlkr. For Treasurer c;i;ouc.u c. munhoe. For Superintendent of Public Instruction JOHN 1). l'IKHCJJ. For Commissioner of Slat$ Land Gflict UEUKUE SCHMIDT. For SLttomey General Mi VI IIISIIOP. For Member of Board of Education oi,ivi:h C.COMsiTOCK. For Congress 6lh District, SAMUEL L. hMITII. FtWCEEDINQS OF TIIE CHICAGO Co- vestiox. Wo giro in this issue, to tho exclusion of almost everything else, a very full account of tho doings of tho Domocratic National Conven tion rocontly hold in Chicago, com piled from tho report of tho Chicago Daily Times. "Wo publish entire the oxcitod discussion which occurred while tho nominations for President vcro boing mado, nnd only omit from other portions such matters as nro not essentially necessary to a comploto understanding of tho spirit of harmo ny which govcrnod to Buch an over whelming extent in tho convention. Tho cntiro prococdings will amply repay a caroful perusal, tho addresses, debatos, and oven tho business dotails bear tho stamp of tho earnest busi ness which was so happily consum mated iu tho glorious result now bo foro tho pooplo for thoir ratifaction. By a typographical omission, tho namo of Hon. IIokatio Seymour, as President of tho convention was left out of its proper placo under tho head of "pcrmanont organization." Con siderable mattor had to bo left out which wo would havo publishod but for lack of spaco. Tho material por tion, however, of tho proceedings is enibodiod in tho report as given. Pole Raising. A splendid hickory, 75 feet in height, was raisod on Wed nesday, Sept. 7th, at Portsmouth, Ray County, with tho banner of " Mc Clollan, Pendleton and Union" at its poak. A grand ratification mooting is to como oil 'thoro somo day next week. F. & P. M. Railway Chance. Trains on F. & P. M. Railway now leave this city at 9-30 A. M. and 3-30 P. M. and run to and from Saginaw fstroet in Flint. Tho Accommodation train stops for Passongcrs at Bronson'a and County Lino Road,, and tho Mail at Deer Lick P. 0. Birch Run. TnE Emeesojt PnorEUTr, comprising somo 700 bf tho bost dwelling lots in this city, and which wo havo men tioned "many tinieg and oft" in con. noction with tho interminable Emer son law suit ; has finally como into market with pcrfoct titlo and on lib eral tonns. Seo advertisement. Groceries and Provisions. feterTkiiameh HAVING openod a, now Grocery and Provis ion Store on Watoj Street, 3d Ward, 2d corner above Fisher's Stave Mill, will keop con stantly on hand a full supply of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, COUNTRY PRODUCE, Ac, which he will fell at tho saws pricos as sold at the down town establishment. East Suginaw, Sept. 7, 1884. 6GG 18G4. 18G4. BUFFALO, GODERICH AND .A. GINAAY LINE. CONNECTINO AT GODERICH with tho JlUFFALO AND LAKE I11T.0N RAIL WAV CO., forming the shortest, best and cheap est Rout tor BUFFALO, NEW YORK, BOS TON, WASHINGTON and intermediate places j nlso, with a Line of Propellers from GODERICH to CIIICA0.0 and Intermediate Ports. The now favorite Low Pressure Steamer E3CTCJE3.anxr. - CAPT. D.COLE, Wilt rnn during the season of navigation, leaving as follows t 8 AG IN AW every Monday and Thurs day at eight o'clock A.M. GODERICH every Tuesday and Friday at seven o'clock P. M. The JIcroit has been entirely rebuilt and re furnished during the lout winter, having ample accommodations for Passengers and Freight, and is prepared to transport cither, with promptness and ditpntch. Passengers loaving EutTalo at 12:10 P. M.. will roach Paginaw by this Route In time to do busi ness the following morning. Returning leave Saginaw in the forenoon, and will reach Buffalo in time for dinner the following day. The Pro prietors of the Line hope, by close attention to tho wants and comfort of their Passengers, to receive a liberal Amount of patronage AGENTS: GOODING A HAWKINS,. ...TaW Saginair. WILLIAM BINDER, Paginate- City. J. B. II ART, hay City. L A L. II. RAILWAY 20 .. r,W-U, (GIF.) (For Through Frriehk and Vaenrr VAN EVERY A RUMBLE,.. Gxhri.h, C. IV (For Way I'rii -tit and 'cmen'tr ) 217 sc. REAL ESTATE OFFICE, j WILLIAM N. LITTLE. Exchange p. Km k, Knj-t Saginaw, Michigan, corner iteneree an Hater Mrect. MAITLAND HOTEL. GoiiKincu, C. W. D. WILSON, ritoritiETon, (Late E. Iloekcr.) Thbi Hotel, convenient to the business part of tho Town, is situated on an eminence commanding a beautiful view of the River Maltland, Harbor and Shores of Lake Huron, bpaoious Gardens, Pleasure Grounds, Ac, attached. Every con venience for Pishing Parties, Tourists, and those seeking a pleasant and Healthy Summer Resort. Choice Liquors and Cigars. Omnibus belonging to tho House in attendance at tho Boat and Cars. U. S. 7- The Secretary of the Troasury gives notice that subscriptions will lo received for Coupon Troasury Notes, payable three years from Aug. 15, 18G4, with semi-anual Interest at tbo rate of seven and three tenths per cent, per annum prinlpul and interest both to be paid in lawful money. These notes will bo convertible at tho option of the ho,dor at maturity, into six per cent, gold bearing bonds, payable not less than five nor more than twenty years from their date, as tho government may elect They will bo issued In denominations of 950, 9100, 9500, 11,000 and 95,000, and all subscriptions must bo for fifty dollars or somo multiple of fifty dollars. Tho notes will bo transmitted to tho owners free of transportation charges as soon after the receipt of tho original Certificates of Deposit as they can bo prepared. As tho notes draw Interest from August 15, persons making deposits subsequent to that date must pay the intorest aecrued from date xf note to dato of deposit. Parties depositing twenty-five thousand dol lars and upwards for these notes at any one time will bo allowed a commission of one quarter of one per cent., which will be paid by tho Treat nry Department upon tho receipt of a bill for fho amouut, certified to by tho officer with whom sho doposit was made. No deductions for coin missions ust be mode from the deposits. Special Advantages of this Loan. It is A National Savings Bank, offering ae higher rate of interest than any other, and the best security. Any saviings bank which pays its depositors in U. S. Notes, considers that it is paying in tho best circulating medium of tho country, and it cannot pay in anything better, for its own nsaots are cither In government securi ties or in notes or bonds payable in govern men papor. It is cqunlly conveniont as a tomporary or per manent investment. Tho notes can always bo sold for within a fraction of their faoo and accu. mulated interest, and are the best security with banks as colatorols for discounts. Convertible into a Six per cent. 5-20 Gold Bond. In addition to tho very liberal interest on tho notos for three ycajs, this privelcgo of conversion Is now worth about three per cent, por annum, for tho current rato of 5-20 Bonds is not loss than nino per cent premium, and before tho war tho war tho premium on 6 per cent. U. S. stocks was over 20 por cent. It will be soon that the actus, profit on this loan at tho present market rato it not less than 10 pes cent, per annum. Its Exemption from Stato or Muni cipal Taxation But asido from all tho advantages wo have enu mcrated, a special act of Congress exempts ail bonds and Treasury notes from local taxation. On the average this exemption is worth two per cent per annum, according to the rate of taxa tion in varlnus parts of the country. It is believed that no securities offer so groat Inducements to londors njthose ixsuod by the government. In all other forms of indebtedness the faith cr ability of private parties, or stock companies, or sepcrato communities, only, is pledgod for paymont, whilo tho whole property of the country is hold to secure the discharge of all the obligations of the United States. Whilo tho "government offers tbo most liberal terms for its loans, it boliovos that the strongest appeal will be to tho loyalty and patriotism of tho people. Duplicate certificates will be issued for all de posits. The party depositing must endorse upon tho original certificate the denominations of notes required, and whether they are to be Issuod in blank or payable to order. When so endorsed it must be left with tho officer receiving the do posit, to bo forwarded to the Troasury Depart ment. Subscriptions will bo rocoived by lho Troos orer of the United States, at Washington, the sev eral Assistant Treasurers and dosignatod Depos itaries, and by the First National Bank, Ann Arbor Mich., Second National Bank of Detroit, Mich ., First National Bank of Fentonville, and by all National Banks which are depositories of pullio aionoy, and ALL RESrCETABLE BANKS AND BANK ERS throughout tho country will givo further infor mation and AFFORD EVERY FACILITY TO SUBSCRI BERS. 2G33m SAGINAW VALLEY BANK. j BLISS, FAY A Co., Hankers anil Brokers, Buy and sell Exchangos, Bank Notes, Gold and Silver, Canada Currency. Givo prompt attention to Collodions and Gen eral Banking Business. OrriCR t on Water Street, Buona Vista Block, East Saginaw, Mich. READ THE NEWS NEW CONOERN1 FAMILY GSOCEHY AND PflflVISIOS STOREI Change of Fropritorslilp! 3E3. JtJHLIPEl Suocccssor to BARCLAY Zl TYLER. Having made largo additions to tho former stock, has now on hand at thoir old stand, Washington St. opposite JJancrofl House A fine stock of Groceries and They will be Sold At the vory lowest prlees FOR A CHOIClTsUPPLY OF FAMILY GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, StTrLTES, FRUIT .VEGETABLES, PRODUCE, BUTTER, E0GS, LARD, POULTRY, and Everything In the line, which I will sell at tha very lowest rates. Terms Cash Goods delivered In tho city free of charge. Come and examino my sUx-ic, which is unsur passed. and cannot bo undersold. E. TRITZ. EoJl Saginaw, Aug. 21, 18G1. n2Cl y. rpilK LARGEST stork of Sheet Music in tha 1 HaU, out of Detroit 1I.F.C1IF.CS3R0 ACo 3F5LoTnn oval ! LEIDLEIN & BURGER Havo removed thoir Hoot siml Shoe Store, To the 21 door east of tho Everett House, Gonosoo street, whore they have on baud a NEW AND EXCELIJJNT STOCK OP OOOT8, SHOES, Gaiters, Slipiers, Shoes for Children's woar, &o.t and all of the best material, and are con stantly receiving hot work of the LATEST STYLES 1 Tho best of Workmen and the best of Materials are to be found at this establishment. COUNTRY MERCHANTS, Lumbermen, and everybody, will find it profita ble to call at our Store. We havo now on hand the best and most exten sive assortment of goods in our line ever offered In this market, and DEFY COMPETITION from any quarter. MANUFACTURING Carried on in all Its branches and all work of our own make warranted. Our facilities in this re spout are unsurpassed by any establishment in the North West. East Saginaw, Aug. 1, 1861. A FULL STOCK! George C. Sanborn's Exchange Block, Corner of Genesee and Water Streets Jutst Sajfinaw. Is always supplied with a full stock of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FAM ILY AND Sllir SUTTL1ES. WOODEN WARE CORD AGE, &c. Whioh will be sold at Wholesale & Retail At as low.a figure as tho state of the market will allow. CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. Tea, Coffee, Sugar, ' Molasses; Syrups, Spices, Dried Trait, Prlmo Quality and in pricos to suit purchasers. REST SUGAR CURED HAMS SHOULDERS, DRIED MEAT, MEAL, FLOUR AND FORK, DUTTER, EGGS, LARD, VEGETAIJLES, FRUIT. And all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE. General assortment of SHIP SUPPLIES CORDAGE, &C Piclles, Preserved Fruits, Ach'sltes, JZctraets, And General Family Supplies. Also a complete stovk of WOODEN, WILLOW AND STONE WARE, KEROSENE OIL, &c, &c, Orders from Retailers, Lumbermen, Ycssoi Owners, Hotel Keepers, and others filled to any extent desired. Past pctronage gratefully acknowledged and its continuance desired. n-213yl. GEO. C. SANBORN. East Saginaw, April 6, 18G3. SILKS! SILKS ! I SILKS 1 1 i I am soiling a Choice Lot of PLAIN, PLAID, AND STRIPED DRESS SILKS, At prices for below thoir present Value, also MOZAMMQUES, GRENADINES, MUSLINS, And other Summor Dross Goods, at reducod prices. E. VOKE, Grant Block, Washington street. East Saginaw, July, 1SG4. CHICAGO. PASSENGERS for Chicago should go via Grand Haven they can take Detroit and Milwaukeo A R. steamships to Milwaukee and Lake, or go direct from Grand Haven by reliable propellers for less money than via Detroit Fare from Grand Haven to Chicago via Mil waukee, all boat, 3 60 Steamship and rail, A 00 Tickets to Grand IIaven,and Pursers on steam ships will givo Chiongo Ticket. WM. K.MUIR, Gen'l. Sup't. D. 1 M. rt.lt. Juno 13C1. n-258 Steam Manufactory HODSOB. SPENCER & CD. Lata P. Mumford's, corner Jefferson and Tus cola Streets. i EAST SAGINAW. b Orders Promptlj Filled. HAVINO thoroughly repaired and made ex tensive additions in Machinery in the Fac tory formerly occopiod by P. Mumford, wo are now prepared to fill all orders on short notice. A good assortment of Doors, Sah, Blinds, and Mouldings constantly on hand. All irregular sires made to order on short notice. 201 HODSON. SPENCER A Co. Last Saginaw August 3, lbC4. EMTOUNDED. ROKE Into the enclosure of the subscriber in B the Town of Bnrna Vi.tn nn nr aOknut tit a 2.'th ult , a largo BROWN MARE, switch tail. J nave put the animal In the toumlor the Town ship of Buena Vista, suljmt to charges for dam ages, advertising Ac, where the owner Is re quested to eall, prove projmttv, pv charts and take hor away. WM. N. LITTLE. per i. C. WitKT, Eart Saginaw, Aug. 3, I2i2-Cw P5 ill I lf''''T ill H . 'Si ;J ! II CHANCERY ORDER. STATE OF MICHIGAN Testu Jidicul CintriT In Chancery. Suit peudlug iu the Ciruult Court for tho Coun ty of Saginaw, In Chancery at tho City of Sagi naw, on tho twenty-sixth day of July, A. D., lMii. Mary Drako It satisfactorily appoarlng ty rs. affidavits that the procta for Alpheus Drake. )tho appearanoe of tho said Al pheus Drake has been duly Usuod, and that the same could not be served by reason of his con cealment within this State. On motion of John Moore, Solicitor for tho Complainant, it is orderod that the said Defendant appearand answer to the Bill of Complaint filed in this cause, within three months from the date of this Ordor, or in dufault thereof, that the said Bill of Complaint be taken as confessed by the said Defondaut. And it is further ordered .that within Twenty days, suid Complainant cause a oopy of this Order to te published iu the Font Sainau) Courier, a news paper published and circulated in said County of Saginaw, and that said publication bo continued once in each week for six successive wooksi or that she cause a oopy of this Ordor to be person ally served on said Defendant at least Tweaty days before tho time prescribed as aforesaid, for Lis appearance. WM. J. LOVELAND, Circuit Court Commissionerf Saginaw County, Mich. Gkohqb Schmidt, Register. (A. true copy.) MORTGAGE SALE. DEFAULT having been mado in the payment of a certain sum of money, secured by a mortgage dated the 10th day of June, A, D. 1862, executed by Ssnford L, Richardson, and Mary Richardson to John Moore and Augustine S. Gaylord, and recorded in tho office of the Regis ter of Doods of Saginaw County Michigan; in Liber I, of Mortgages, on pago CU, on which mortgage thoro is claimed to be duo at the dato of this notice for prinelpal and interest, the sum of two hundred and fifty-three dollars and twenty three one hundredths dollars, and no suit or pro eeodiag at law or in equity having been institu ted for the recovery of the samo or any part thereof, therefore notice is hereby given that by virtuo of a power of sale in said mortgare con tained, we shall, on Eriday, the fourteenth day of October, next, at one o'ciock In the aftornoon of that day, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Saginaw, that being the place for holding tho circuit court for the County of Sagi naw sell at pulio auction to tho highest bidder tho premises in said mortgago, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy tho amount due on said mortgago with interest and the costs and expenses allowed by law, including a reasonable Attorney's foe, described as follows, to wit t Lots or fractions No's, one, (1) and two, (2) of frac tional section twenty-six, (2G) in Township No. eleven, (II) North of Range six (6) east in the County of Saginaw and Stato of Miohigan. Dated July 15, 18t4. n259-t3w. JOHN MOORE, AUGUSTiNE S. GAYLORD. Mortagees SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue ot a writ of fieri facias issued out of the Circuit Court for tho County of Saginaw and ft ate of Michigan, in a cause wherein Solomon B. Bliss, William C. Janes and William. K. Bliss were plaintiffs, and Humphrey Shaw and Orsamua Doty defendants, to me diroctod and de livered And now remaining in my hands against the goods and chattels, lands and tcnomeuts of Humphrey Shaw and Orsaruus IMy, I did, (in default of personal property sufficient to satisfy said execution,) on the lijth day of March, A. D. 18U1, lovy ujion nnd tuke all the right, titlo and interest of Humphrey Shaw, one of said defend ants, in and to tho following real estute, to wit t lot number thirteen (13) in block number two (2) City of East Saginaw, Michigan, according to Hoyt's plat thereof, ol record in the Register's Of Cce of Saginaw county, Michigan. I did also by virtue of said writ, on the third day of May A. D. 1SG4, lovy upon and take all the right, title and intorest of Humphrey Shaw in and to the following lands : Lots numbered nino (0) and ten (10) in block number sixty four (64) in Glosby A Gallagher's addition to the city of Last Saginaw, Michigan, according to a plat of said addition of rocord in tho Register's Otlico of Saginaw County, Michigan, also hit number uiucUcn (19) of the sub-division of out lot number twenty-two (22) of Glasby, Gallagher's and Little's addition to tho City of Kust Saginaw, Michigan, according to the record of said addition nnd of said sub-division in tho Register's Ofllco of Saginaw County, Michl gun. I did ulso on the said third day of May, by virtuo of said writ, levy upon and take all the right, titlo and interest of Orsamua Doty In and to the following lands i it' and of s w f of section 23. town 11 north of range 3 east, Michi gan. N of s e and n of n i of s of s , section 8, town 10 north of range 3 east, Michi gan, and lots 1 and 2 in block 7 in the village of North St. Charles in Saginaw County Michigan. All of which right, titlo and interest of the res pective parties mentioned in and to tho above mentioned real estate, I shall expose for sale at public auction to the highest bidder'as tho law directs, at the front door of 'the Court House in the City of Saginaw, on Saturday, July sixteenth (16) A. .D 1S64, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day. JESSE II. QUACKEXBUSH, Sheriff. Saginaw County, Michigan. Doted May 20, 1364. Tho above sale is postponed to Saturday, July 30th. at the same place, and samo hour of the day. JESSE II. QUACKEXBUSH, Sheriff, Dated Saginaw, July 1G, 19C4. Tho above sale is postponed to Saturday, Sep tember 24th. 1864, at the same place and same hour of tho day. JESSE H. QUACKEXBUSH, Dated Saginaw, July 30, 1864. Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtuo of a writ of fieri facias iasuod out of the Circuit Court for the County of Saginaw and State of Michigan io a cause wherein Nelson W. Clark, Solomon B. Bliss and William C. Janes were plaintiffs and Humphrey Shaw and Orsamua Doty defendants, to mo directed and dolivered and now remaining in my hands against the goods and chattels, lands and tenements of Hum phrey Shaw and Orsamus IMy, I did, (in default of personal property sufficient to satisfy said ex ecution,) on tho 18th day of March, A. D. 1664, lovy tiixm and take all the right, title and Inter est of Humphrey Shaw, one of said defendants, in and to the following real estate to wit t lot No. thirteen, (13) in block number two, (2) city of East Saginaw, Michigan, according to Hoyt's plat thereof, of record In the Register's Office of Saginaw Co., Michigan. I did also by virtue of said writ on the third Iday of May, A. D. 1864, lovy upon and take all tho right title and interest of Humphrey Shawgin and to the following land: Lots numbered nine (J) and ten (10) in block number sixty-four(64j in Glasby and Gallagher's addition to tho city or East Saginaw, Michigan, according to a plat of said addition of rocord in the Register's office of Saginaw Co. Michigan, also lot number nineteen (19) of tho subdivision of out lot number twenty-two (22) of Glasby, Gallagher and Little's addition to tho Citv of East Saginaw, Michigan, according to the record of said addition and of said sub-division in the Reg ister's Office of Saginaw county, Michigan. I did also on tho said third day of May. by virtuo of suid writ, levy upon and take all the riht, title and interest of Orsamus Doty, in and to the fol lowing lands: so) and e of s w of section 23 town 11, north of ran go 3 cant, Michigan, n of s e and n of n of s of s e J section 8, town 10 north of range 3 east, Miohigan, and lots 1 and 2 in block 7 in the village of North St. Charles in Snginaw county, Michigan, all of which right, ti tlo and interest of tho respective parties mention ed in and to the above, mentioned real estate I shall expose for sale at public auction to the highost bidder as the law directs at the froat door of the Court Huso In the city of Saginaw on Saturday, July sixteenth, (1G) A. D. 1864., at two o'clock in the afternoon of said d;iv. JESSE II. QUACKEXBUSH, , Sheriff, Saginaw County, Michigan. Datod May 20, 1864. The above sale is postponed to Saturday, July 30th, at the same placo, and same hour of the day. JESSE H. QUACKEXBUSH, Ehorlff. Dated Sagluaw, July 1G, 1864. The above sale is postponed to Saturday, Sep tember 24th. 1861, at tho same placo ami same hour of the day. JESSE II. QUACKEXBUSH, Datod Saginaw, July 3), 1864. Sheriff. Lots THE Subscriber flora fortalo, on rooronablo terms, to actual settlers, Two Hundred and Sovcnty-Five LOTS, In his addition to tho City of East Saginaw. These Ixits are eligibly locatod lor residences, and will be disposed of on reason able terms to parties desiring to occupy them For terms of salo or any other information' con cerning the property, enquire of the undersigned at his office in the Exchange Block, East Saginaw, Mih. Datod Aug. 1, 1661 WILLIAM N. LITTLE. DISIOLUTION NOTICE. C CHARLES B. CIIOATE, having bought tho J Interest of Thomas B Spentcr, in the bite firm of Shaw, Reynolds ami Sicner, the said firm has this day been dissolved. The businerS will hcronfer bo conducted rmder tbo nnmo and style of SHAW REYNOLDS A CO. All accounts will be settled by tho firm of ShW Key noi ls A Co. SALMON SHAWi S. J. REYNOLDS. 2C'Cw THOMAS l. FPENCER. J Bait Saiuaw Auu.t 5, 1?C5. DYSPEPSIA, AXD DISEASES ltESUITIXG FHO.TJ DISORDERS OF TIIE LIVER AND DIGESTIVE ORGANS, ARE CURED BY IIOFFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC. . Thoso Bitters have performed more cures! HAVE AND DO GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION ! Have more Testimony I HAVE MORE RESPECTABLE PEOPLE TO VOUCH FOR THEM Than any other artlclo In tho market. Wo defy any one to contradict this assertion ! AND WILL PAY $1000 To any ono that will produce a Certificate pub lished by us, that it is not GENUINE. Hoofland's Gorman Bitters WILL CUBB C VERY CASK OT CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASED OF TIIE KIDNEYS, AND DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISORDERED STOMACH. Observe tho following symptoms resulting from disorders of the Digestive Organs i Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to tho Head, Acidity of tho Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgutt for Food. Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Flut tering at tho Pit of tho Stomach, Swimming oftho Head. Hur ried and Dif ficult Breathing, Fluttering at the heart Choking or suffocating son- sations when lna lying Ktature, Dimness of vision, Dots or Webs bo fore tho Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In tho Head, Deficncy of Perspiration, Yel lowness of tho Skin and Eyes, Pain in tho Side, Bock, Chest, Limbs, Ac, Suddon Flushes of Heat, Burning in tho Flesh, Constant imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression of Spirits. EEMEMBER THAT THIS BITTERS IS NOT ALCOHOLIC Contains no Rum or "Whisky, AND CAN'T MAKE DRUNKARDS, CT IS THE BEST TONIC in tho "World. READ WHO 8AYS SO 1 From tho Rev. Levi G. Beck, Pastor of tho Baptist Church, Pcnibcrton, N.J formerly of tho North Baptist Church, Philadelphia. I have known Hoofland's German Bitters fav orably for a number of years. I have used them In my own family and nave been so pleased with their effects that I was inducoi to reoommond them to many others, and know that they havo operaUd In a strikingly boncficial manner. I take great pleasure in thus publicly proclaiming this fact, and calling the attention of those aGlict cd with tho diseases for which thoy are rocom mended, to these Bitters, knowing from experi ence that my recommendation will be sustained. I do this more choerfully as Hoofland's Bitters is iutcndod to benefit tho alllictod, and is "not a rum drink." Yours truly, LEVI G. BECK. From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of tho Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge and Christian Chronicle, Philadelphia, Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent Alcdicines in general, through distrust of their ingredients and effects, I yet know of no sufficient reasons why a man may not testify to the benefits bo believes himself to have received from any simple preparation In tho hnpo ho may thus contribute to the benefits of others. I do this the more readily in regard to Hoof land's Gorman Bitters, prepared by Dr. CM. Jackson, of this city, because I was prejudiced against them for many years, undor the impres sion that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I am indebted to my friend, Robert Shoemaker, Esq , for the removal of this prejudice by proper tests and for encouragement to try them when suffering from great and long continued debility. The use of three bottles of these bitters at tho beginning of the present year, was as followed by evincnt relief and restoration to a degree of bod ily and mental vigor which I had not felt for six months before, and had almost dospaired of re gaining. I thorcforo thank God and my friond for directing me to use thorn. J.NEWTON BROWN, Phila. From the Rev. Jos. II. Kennard, Pastor of tho 10th Baptist Churoh Dr. Jackson : Dear Sirt I havo been fre quently requested to eonnoct my name with com mendations of different kinds of medicines, but regarding tho practice as out of my appropriate sphere, I have in all coses declined J but with a clear proof in various instances, and particular ly in my family, of tho usefulness of Dr. Hoof land's German. Bitters, I depart for once from that, for rensral debility pf the system and es pecially Jor Liter Complaint, it is a soft a nd rat liable preparation. I some cases it may fail ; out usually, l uouui not, it win bo very Dencnoiai to those who suffer from tho above cause. Yours, very respectfully, J. II. KENNARD, Eelghth below Coats Street, Philadelphia From Rov. M arren Randolph, Pastor of Baptist Church, Germantown, Ponu. Dr. C. M. Jackson t Dear Sir Personal expe rience enables mo to say that I regard tho Ger man Bitters prepared by you as a most excellent medicine. I casos of severe cold and general de bility I have been greatly benefitted by the use of the Bittors, anil doubt not they will produce simi lar effocts on others, lours- truly, WARREN RANDOLPH. Germantown Pa. From Ror. J. II. Turner, Tastor of Hoddlng M. E. Church, Phila. Dr. Jackson t Dear Sir : Having used your German Bitters in my family frequently f am prepaaed to say that it has been of great service. I believe that in most cases of general debility of the system it Is the safest and most valuable rem edy of which I have any knowledge. Yours, respectfully, J. H TURNER. No. 726, N. Nintccnth street From tho Rev. J. M. Lyons, formerly Pastor of the Columbus, (X' J.) and Killatown, (IV) Bap tist Churches. New Rocbelle. N, Y, Dr. C. M. Jackson! Dear Sir I feel it a pleas ure thus, of my own acoorn to boar testimony to the excellence of the German Bitters. Some few J oars since, being much ajllicted with Dyspepsia, used them with very beneficial results. 1 hare often roooromonded them to persons cnfuohled by that tormenting disoaso, and have hoard from thorn the mo.t flattering testimonials as to thoir great valuo. In cases of general debility, I be lieve it to bo a tonio that cannot bo surpr-vod. J.M.LYONS. From the Her. Thomas Winter, Paster of Rox bury Baptist Chuch. Dr. Jackson t Dear Sir I feel it due to your excellent preparation, I loo fin mi's German Bit ters, to add my testimony to tho deserved reputa tion it has obtained. I iiavo for years at times, been'troublod with groat disorder in my head and nervous system. I was advised by a friend to try a bottle of your German Bittors. I did so, ard have experienced great and unexpected re lief; my health has been very materially penefit ed. I confidently rocommend tho artlclo where I moot with cases similar to my own, and havo been assured by many of their good rlWM. Kcspoctrully yours, T. WINTER, Roxhorongh, Pa. From Rev. J. S. Herman, of tho German Reform ed Chiuch, Kutxtown, Berks County, Pa. Dr. C. M. Jacksoni Respected Sin I havo been troubled with dispopsia nearly twenty years and have never used any modieine that did mo as much good as Jlooflnnds Bitten. I am very much improved in health, after having taken five bottles. Yours, with respect, J. 8. HERMAN. PRICES. Largo SWe, (holding noarly double quantity), 1.00 ier Bottle halt do. 93.00. Small Site 7 j cts. per Bottle half dox. I 00 BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. Seo that tho signature or "C. M. Jack so V is on the wrapper of each bottle. Slum Id vour nearest Druffirist not have the ar ticle, do not bo put off by any of the intoxicating preparations that may be offered In its place, but send to ns, and wo will forward, socurcly packed, by express. Principal Office and Mmi-factory, No. 631, ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. JON IX A I.YAN!-, Successors to C. M. Jackson A Co , Proprietors. Yvr F;1o l.y all l'rgiftj and Vtalcrs In every town ia the United CUU. SPECIAL -ATTRACTIONS SHAW, REYNOLDS & Go's Beuna Vista Block, Gencseo St., Union Blcck, Water St. asnam swat- fM.Krajavnws i I Being determined to sustain the great celebrity for always having tho GREATEST NOVELTIES at tho LOWEST PRICES, will offer as the result of their recent purchases, a Great Variety of Silver Plated TEA SETS, CASTERS, BELL CASTERS, Tea and Coffee Pots, Cake Baskets, Berry Dishes, Spoons, Forks, Ivory handled Tabic Cutlery, Family Hardware, Tea Trays, Britannia Ware, Tin Ware, and House Furnishing Goods, of every description. AVE WOULD CALL SrECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR LARGE AS SORTMENT OF BUILDERS' HARDWARE, & STOVES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR KITCHEN, SITTINO ROOM, PARLOR, OFFICF, STORE OR SHOP, FOR WOOD OR COAL. Wo Manufacture largoly for WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE, every description of Tin 9,nd Sheet Iron Ware, Water Coolers, Filters, &c. EVERY BODY SHOULD CALL AT SHAW, REYNOLDS & CO'S Mammoth r.-iwaro Store, and Houso Keepers' Emporium. All kinds of JOB WORK in Tin Copper Sheet Iron and Steam and Gas Fitting done on short notico. WW 0 o 0 M H CO HOWARD ASSOCIATION. PH1LADKL1MIIA, VS. DISEASES of the Nervous, Seminal, t'rinary and Seaual Systems new and rclinl.lo tTeat wentIn reports of the HOWARD ASSOCIA- I TION-Sei.t by mail in senio I ictirr cnTH'.s, I free of ehnrg. Address, Dr. J. SKI I.I.I N j IlorimiOM, !I..wsrd Asm-cation, i Nnit,li N'snta Stiect, PLiU '.ilpLu, Va. n'JJO-y DR. STRICKLAND'S M ELL IF Is UOUS COUG-H BALSAM. CURES Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Asthma, and Consumption. It is only necessary for any one troubled with these complaints to try one boitlo of StrieMantTs Mellifluous Cough Balsam, to convince them that it is the best preparation ever used. It not only cures the above affections of the Throat and Lungs, but it cures Night Sweats and Spittingf Blood, and Is an excellent garglo for any kind of Sore Throat It is pleas aut io tufe modiolno for Infants Price C3 cents por bottlo. ror sale by Fruxelle Brothers, Wholesale Agents, G. Fred, Hobbs, and Druggists gen orally. 218-Cui PILES. A SURE CURE. E VPnV 1. t. K!ni onrn.1 .f thta ill rftwinv li diseaso by the use of Dr. Strickland's File Remedy. Rood what those say who havo nsed it t Mr. Charles W. Lnndram, of Loulsvillo, and Mr. J. P. Ilascrde, ef Cincinnati, both were cured after nsing one pot of Dr. Strkk'.ands Pile Remedy. They say they have triod every thing but oould obtain no rolief, but one pot of Strick land's Pile Remedy effected a perfect euro after sufforing for many years with tho worst kind of Piles. They rocommend every ono who is suffer ing to try it. Manufactured at No. 6 East Fourth Etroot Cin cinnati, O. Ask for Dr Strickland's Pile Remedy. PrI ie 65 cents per pot. For sale by FrWsolle Brothers, Wholesalo Agouts, G. F. Huobs, nnd Druggists gonorally. 248-Gin AND STRICKLAND'S. Anti-Cholera Mixture, Is a composition of astringents, absorbents, stim ulants and carminatives, which every physician acknowledges is tho only preparation that will effect a permanent euro of l)iarrha-f and Dyscn tary. This Anti-Cholera Mixture is now in uso in several of our army hospitals hero It gives tho greatest satisfaction. It has saved the lives of thotuond of onr soldiers and citizens, and wo will guarantee it to bo tho best rcuiedy in tho world for Diarrhtca and Dyseutary. Mr. Woods, of Covington, Ky., will be most happy to satisfy any oue as to tho virtuo ot Slrickbinds Anti-Cholera Mixture; In fact, we havo a groat number of testimonials from pa tients who havo been cured after being pronounc ed incurability their physicians some after taking only one bottle of Strickland's Anti Cholera Mix ture If you suffer with Dianhtra and Pvsen tary, try one bottlo. SOLDIERS. Von nnplit not to bo without such a valuable med'u'ino. The Ctnrinnnti National I'nlnn, of April .It h, says: that tiiousamis or our soldiers haro tieen siived by tho use or htricklanl s Antl Plw.lnt- Mittnr. !ri..o CA irnU t,xr hi.ttla. For Salo by Frisclle Brothers, YVltoh'salu Ajr.nt G. V. Hobbs, and DiuggisU Generally. 213-uib Gcriunii J41miry Notice. 1 IIK Germanla Lil iary will be held open every r timUy. from tu 1 o clock in the nmrmnjr JJ.ly I, ULl FIN Ill'I'W "I VL CIIAHI.I'S VO.V DANin.S Or-Ve Id J Lloyd's I'.rkk BjiUinj, WaJi'-noii Street, cut sido, Eait L:J2ii.uw. n- ."CI-lw O O CO WAREHOUSE. TIIE LARGEST AND REST BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE In Northern Michigan, IS CARRIED ON BY L. S. LENHEIM, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE WALKER A G00D- INGS NEW WAREHOUSE, ON WATER STREET, East SaginaW. It is prepared to supply ereryoody with Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, of tho most Fashionable Styles Tho BEST QUALITY and at the LOWEST PRICLo. Particular Attention Paid to Custom Work, AND ALL WORK WARRANTED. Mr, George Crabbc, TnE REST CUSTOM R(kOT MA- KER OF THIS CITY, Has Charge of the Manufacturing Department. ziay NEW STORE. E. P. & ILL. Penfield. Bancroft Block, Oonesee Street. Have to offor a largo and magnlfWnt stock of SPRING m SUMMER DRESS GOODS, ? LACK &. COLORED DBESS SILKS, Also a full lino of Ladles' & Gents' Xloalory, Embroideries. Laces, Trimming, &o., &ok Aldo have en hand a largo ttook of BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN t CA.RBETIJSraS FLOOR OILCLOTHS. WALL FArER, &c. &c. All of tho above goods at tho very lowest Majkot prico; CHICAGO MEAT MARKET,' -NO.l- .... Genssee street, 4 doors JmsI cf the Fweti Jlouse, JohnN.TholI&Co,, Koep at all times, at their well known establish ment, an assortment or FRESH MEATS - Of tho choicest quntity, also a full stock of SMOKED, DRIED AND FRE SERVED MEATS, Of every description. The utmost utlrntioD paid io ino preparation oi mctus annex iresn er eurci. Moats delivered in all tuUcf the citv free of chargn, Loot Snginaw, M.iy 25, 1SGL n-ZGO-y NEYi7 fflQSIC store; P. F. CHEESDRO & CO., JTuio Poalors, Grant RlxV, East Snghiaw. Piano Fortes, Mebxleons, GutUra, Violins, Dwnjos, Flutes, CInrionots, Acoord'ensjDruuis Ac. 45., do. A largo assortment of Imported Violin, , Gui tar, Ranj and Violinctto Prrlag lwtruttion Rooka ami all Musical Publications. We call tho attention of the. people of the Fftg' naw Valley to our stM'k ol Miwf Munle. Espe cial attention given to Orders. liy recent arrangements with Eastern Publ'sh Ing houses, we are enabled to procure any piov" rf Music published In the United Mutus and all Poriiin Musld. Esclnxive apeney of the Ssglnaw Valley for tha rranwned tiradlxirv and celebrated Weblier Piano, and 8. D. A II W. 8mlth'i American Or gans and Moli, dcons. abo Rinor.d, I'n her A t o. 'a Mdoloon.. Mumo mailed free to any point npon receipt of Miirkcl Price, VN OTHER A RRlVALofthe celebrated WUt PI..U0. E. F CIirriTT.O Co,