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Nomination of Gen. McClellan.
1113 LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE. IXTTEH OF Tfll COMMITTM TO OLtEJUl mYlellax. Ntw Yoek, Seut 8, 1SC1. Major Gen. Georgo 11. McClellan. fcjin Tli uuaersignwl vrero ap jointotl a cotninittoe by the National lVmovratic Convention, nrhich met at Chicago, on tho HOth of August, to udvibo you of your unanimous nom ination by that body as tho candidate of tho democratic party for President of tho United Statos, and also to jre bent to you it copy of tho proceedings uud resolutions of th convention. It gives ui greut pleasure to per form thin duty, and to act as tho rep rcscLtalivcs of that convention, whoso deliberations were witnessed by a vast uEst'Uiblago of citizens, who attended and watched its proceedings with in tenso interest. lJo assured that those for w hom wo speak wcro animatod with tho most luteuso, devoted and prayerful desiro for tho salvation of tho American Union, and tho preser vation of tho constitution of tho United States ; and that tho accomplishment of these objects was tho guiding and impelling motivo in every mind. Ami wo may bo permitted to add that their purpose to maintain that Union is manifested in their selection lis their candidate of one whoso life ha been devoted to its cause, while it , is llu ir earnest hope andcontident be lief that your election will restore to our country union, peace and consti tutional liborty. Wo havo tho honor to bo your obo liont servant J, " HORATIO SEYMOUR, Chairman, JOHN BKILEK.of California. ALFRED 1. HDOERTON of Indiana. ISAAC LAWRENCE, of Rhodo Inland. JOHN MERUIT, of Delaware. JOHN CAIN, of Vermont 11 L OU McCURDY, of Michigan. JOSEPH K. SMITH, uf Maine. tlHoRUU II. CARMAN, of Maryland. BENJAMIN STARK, of Oregon. JOHN M . liOL'UDASJ, of Illinois CHARLES NEGUS, of Iowa. JOAN 1. STILES, of Pennsylvania. WILSON SHANNON, of Kansas. J. . AHIiOTT, of Miisacliusotts. C. II. DKRUY.of Miuncotft. JAM ES Ul THR1E, of Kentucky. CHARLES A. WIC'KLUTK, of Kentucky. C (J.W. HARRINGTON, of New Hampshire. GEORGE W. MORGAN.of Ohio. ALFRED X. RUHR, of Connecticut THEADORE RUN YON, of New Jersey AV A l.TER V. 13 MICH, of Missouri. JOHN A. GREEN, JR., of New York. i' i urn re a v ..p ir;.-.. Ill il UAi.faVHAI.VI HWUBmi gsxeual h'clixlan's LETTXH O ACCEPT ACK. Ohasqk, N. J., Sept. 8, 18C4. Gentlemen I havo tho honor to acknowledge tho rooeipt of yur let ter, informing me of my nomination by tho Democratic National Conven tion, recently assembled at Chicago, as their candidate at the next election for President of the United itatos. It is unnecessary for mo to say to you that this nomination comes to me unsought. I am happy to know that when tho nomination was made, a record of my public life was kept in view. The cITect of long and varied ser vice in tho tinny, during war and poiue, ha been to strengthen and uniko indoliblo in my heart tho love uud reverence for the Union, Consti tution, laws and flag of our country, impressed on mo in oarly youth. - Those feelings have thus far guided tho course of my lifo, and must con tinue to do so to its end. Tho oxistenco of more than ono govcyuineut over tho region that onco owned our Hag is incompatible with the penco, the power and th happi UOS3 of tho people. Tho preservation of our Union was Ou solo avowed object for which the war was commenced. It should havo boiiii conducted for that object only, and in aceordauce with thoso princi ple:, which I took oceosion to ttoclaro when in activo service Thus conducted, tho work of rccon utruction would havo been easy, and wo might "have reaped tho benefits of our many victories on land and &ea. Tho Union was originally formed . by a spirit of conciliation and com promise. To restore it tho samo spirit must prevail in our councils and in tho hearts of tho pooplo. Tho re-estublihment of tho Union in all its integrity is, and muft contin ue to bo, the indippcnsiblo condition in any settlement, bo tsoon as it is clear, or even probable, that our present ad versaries aro ready forpoaco upon tho basis of tho Union, we should exhaust all tho rosourcos of statesmanship practiced by civilized rations, ami taught by tho traditions of tho Amer ican people, consisteut with tho honor Mid interests of the conntry, to socuro fctirh, peace, ro-establish the Union and guarantco for tho future tho con rttitntional rights of every State. The Union is tho ono condition of peace wo ask no more. Lot mo add, what I doubt not was, although unexpressed, tho sentiment of tho onvention us it is of tho people they represent, that when any ono Utato is willing to return to tho Union it should bo received nt onco, with a full guarauteo of ull its constitutional rights. If a frank, earnest and persistent effort to obtain thoso objects tshould fail, tho responsibility for tho ulterior consequences will fall upon thoso who romain in arms against tho Union. But the Union must be preserved at all hazards. " I could not look into tho faco of my gallant comrades or the army and navy who liavo survived so many bloody battles, and tell them that their labors and the sacritico of so many of our slam and wounded brethren had been in vain ; that wo had abandoned .1-1 tt r t t. l l ri mat union xor wiiua wo nau so uiieu periled our lives. A vast majority of our pooplo, whether in the army and navy or at home, would as I would, hail with unbounded joy, tho permanent resto ration of piinee, on the basis of tho Union nd tho Constitution, without the c.Tusjon of another drop of blood. But no peace cau bo pormanout with out Union. As to tho other subjects presented in tho resolution of tho Convention, I need only Bay that 1 nhouM sock in tho constitution of tho United States, and the laws framed in accordance therewith the rule of my duty and the limitations of executivo power; en deavor to rcHtoro econeniy in publio expenditure, i e-cstablifch tho suprema cy of law, and by tho operation of a more vigorous nationality, resume our commanding position among tho na tions of.the earth. ri. - - . 1:.! P. Alio conuiuon oi our juiuneew, wo dvprco,?;ou of our paper money, and j th burthens thereby imposed on la bor and capital, show the necessity of a return to a sound gnancial system ; while the rights of citizens, and the lights of States, and tho binding au thority of law over President, army and people, aro subjects of not less vi tal importance in war than in penco. Bcleiving that the views here ox pressed are thoso of the convention and the pooplo you represent, I accopt tho nomination. I realize the amount of responsibil ity to be born should the 'people ratify your choico. i Conacious of my own weakness, I can only seek fervently the guidance of th lluler of the universe, and re lying on His all-powerful aid, do my best to rcstoro union and posco to tho suffering peoplo, and to establish and guard thoir liberties and rights. Your obd't nerval" t, GEO. B. McCLELLAN, To Horatio Seymour and others, Committee. 1 864. George W. Merrill, proprietor or the East Saginaw Foundry. AND MACHINE SHOP, Announces to the pulilio that the establishment is hotter than ever befora prepared to meet the want of increasing batinct the aditlou of a LARGE IRON PLAINING MACHINE The longest and nearest in this part of tho State and a ISTEW LATHE, EnproHsW built for cutting Threadi on Fait Tu bing and some other editions to tmu-binory makes the sho well supplied with good Tool .".ml prepared to execute iironiptly all orders for aw Mill and Griat Mill Iron, Ploughs, Potash Cauldron and Sugar Kettles, Box Stves, Sleigh Shoes uud And-lrons, Brass Boxes and Composition Castings. Korgod Stocl and Iron work, rurticu lar notice Is hereby extended. TO SALT MANUFACTURERS. I nm fully prepared to r nt Thread on Well Tu bing, manufacture I'u tups for Suit Wells of the licet Samples in uxe, and ki all kinds of iron work usually wanted at Salt Works with dis patch. All Work Will Bo Warranted, To do good business and be in all respects at represented BtVThe Patronngonf the Publio Is respect fully aol'-ciied. Draws and Copper bought iu ex change for work, or paid for in cash at all tunes. Shops are situated in 3d Ward, Muter street, on the Dock, East Saginaw, Mich. Call or Address O.W.MERRILL. r. O. llox 301. L. C. STORRS ( CO SUCCESSORS TO C. E. RoSENBURY & Co. Wholesale and Retail dealers in GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Which they cfTer to the trado at the low cat mar ket prices ITOIR, CASH. We would call the attention of HOUSEKEEPERS TO OUR STOCK OF FLO UK COD FISil, rOPJv, BUG Alt, HAMS, TEA, MUTTER, COFFEE, EUGS, SPICES, MOLASSES, &ZC, At also to our Una assortment of FAMILY GROCERIESj CONSISTING OF Natural Preserved Peaches, Pine Applet, Pickled LoUtcra; Oystcri; Clams; Cucumber Tickles; Trench Mustard; Prunes in Jars; C CRRANTS, RAISINS, FIGS, le , lo. AND TO OUR WOODEN WARE, IIoum-iioM Implement of nil kind, and the niofcl beautiful patterns of lCcroono Lamps. Ropofc Twine, Paints & Oils, MANNII.LA !N COILS UED CORD j CLOTHESLINE. HEMP J'A KINO i LATH A STAVE TWINE, LARD, ' W II ALE, LINSEED, LII5RICATINO and CARDON OILS. ASTLENDID LOT of Imported Violins UngUt lefurt tlia It a trap. U. r.CUEEgRROA Co. HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, GLASS JE7 M JPO JRIITM. Glass Ware & Crockery ESTABLISHMENT. Universal Farming Utensils antl Seeds. CASH STORE OF SCHMITZ & MORLEYS, . IN THEIR OWN MAMMOTH BUILDING, Corner Genesee and Cabs Streets, EAST SAGINAW. Every Floor, Corner and Shelf, Is Crammed with Goods of tho Choicest Quality, AND GREATEST VARIETY, TO WIT Cast Steel, Blister Steel, Cerman steel, . Spring Steel IIICST NOIIWAY NAIL ltOI3 Laic Superior Iron, Swwlitth Iron, Peru Iron, American Iron, ti all Site. SHEET IRON, LAKE SUrEUIOn CHAIN, AMERICAN DOUBLE-LINK CHAIN. ENGLISH CHAIN. BRASS, COPPER, AND I1WN WIRE, WAGON SKEINS ANDTOXKS, HUES, SPOKES AND RlIS, SHAFTS AND POLES, Malleable Castings, Nuts and Washers, Window Sash and Glass Putty, Linseed Oil and Gluo. PAINTS OF ALL COLORS, Varnishes, BLOCK TIN, SPELTER, LEAD, Jjaboit MctaL SAWS AND FILES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. CUT, CLINCH, SHEAHTING NAILS, PRESSED AND HAM MERED H. 8. NAILS, Cut and Wrought Spike", Finishing, Cacing, Barrel, Clout and Gimp Nuil and Tacks, Turners', Coopers', Ma.on', Blacksmiths', Ma . cLinistts' and Painters' Tool. Great aortinant of Axs,.W edges, Iloatle Rin Door, Cunlxiard, Drawer, Chest, Trunk and Pad Looks, Dutts and Screws, and Builders' Hardware Generally. Harness & Coach Trimmings, WhifllctrocB and Ncck-Yokcs. Gongs, House and Tea Reels, Force, Suction and Bucket Puuijis, Lead and Zlno Pipa. Salt-Well and Wooden Tubing. 4 Brushea of all kinds, . Cordage, Oakum and Hemp Parking, Ruber Packing, Garuuts and Bolting, liny, Platform, Counter and Tea Scales, Machine, Carriage, Fire and Plow Bolts, and Log Screw i, STOVES,' TIN &. SHEET IRON WARE, TABLE k POCKET CUTLERT. a Large Assortment ef HOUSE FURNISHING- GOODS CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE, Kerosene Lamps, Lanterns, And Kerosene Oi Baby Cribs, Carts and Toys, Threshing, Mowing & Wood sawing Machines. Horse and Dog Powers, Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Corn Planters, Field and Garden Rollors. Ilay Cutters, Hoes. Cradles, Scythes, Hay Forks, Drag and Cultl tator Teeth, Garden and Flower Seeds, Guns and Gun Trimmings, Powder Flasks, Shot Bags, Gun Caps, and Innumerable other arti cles can be found at SCilMiTZ k MORLEYS Our aim to keep everything in the Tarlont lines of trade, aa well as the endeavor to please fur customers in every respect, shall not eease The patronage of the publio la general I o'ic!td. SCIIMITZ t M0KLEY8. DUCKIIOUT'S COLUMN. on 2rro,nci' JOR VIIK SUMMER TRADE B. B. BUCICHOUT. AT HIS NEW STAND, Saginaw Block, NORTH WATER ST Hal received this Fall an unusually large as sortment ef 3HC j&. 3R. 3D WARE, Stovci, Iron, Steel NAILS, CUTLERY, GLASS, x AXES OF ALL KINDS, CAIII.i: C IIAI.S MILL SAWS Cross-Cut Saws, BUTCHER'S MILL SAW FILES, Rub. ber and Leather Belt ing, Shovels, Hoes,' FpaJcs, Farmtne: Imjle n ents, Japanned Ware, Bake ties, Camp K'ltilpments, Iron Kettles, Hatchets, Frying Pane, Halter Chains, Wooden Ware, Iron and ft eel of all kinds for Blacksmithing. Bolta.'Nuts. Screws. Tacks,Nils, Files, Rasps, HoQe-9hoe Raps,Stcl Fprings, and Shell Kkeins for Baggies and Wag- on, Door Hinges, Uate Hinges, pad Irons, Log Chains, Trace Chains, .Curpeuters' Tools, Squares, Trowels, Buck Saws, Pitch Forks, and other Fanning Tools, Pocket Knives, Table Knives and Forks, l'.a ors, Soia sors, Ac- All kinds of Gun Fixings, Patent Wads, Copper lucks, Miot pourlies, I'erouasion Laps, and Bullet Moulds, Horse Cards, Horse Brushes, Wrenches, Shoe Knives, Coop era Tools, Bank Shears, Tailors' Mi ears, Buttonhole Cutters, Everything. SHELF HARDWAREj SAWS CARPENTER1 TOOLS, ttlLMIV, 1 n N I K TKIBIAII.XJK, SCREWS, OF ALL SIZES, AC. .11 AIUF ACT UIU I G COPPEB, TIIST, AND SHEET IRON WARE, OF ALL KINDS. Manufactured to order, of the best material, and in a workmanlike mannor. Stoves put up, Pipe fitted, Eave Troughs and Water Conductor made and put up, Repairing promptly attended to Kerosene Lamps made, or fitted with Burners and Chimneys Camping Utensils made in any desired style, Lumbermen Cited out with all es scntial articles for Culinary Purposos in the woody; Zinc Boards tor stoves made to order, and everything required in this branch of metbanica business done promptly and well. 37x23. "VSTctaro A Complete Assortment of everything usually called for in the line of Tin aro, always ou nana. A I no, Shoct Iron and Copper ware. -A. WXJIsI BTOCJC OF BRASS KETTLES, i'UKCKI.AIN KKTJI.ES, PRESERVE CANS, TEA AND COFFEE CAN S, BREAD BOXES, AND GENERAL PANTRY FIXILUES. Particular Attention Is invited to an Excellent Assortment ol FOR ALL PURPOSES, Of Lato & ExcoUent Pattorns. COOKING, PARLOR, ALL OF SEST QUALITY! Russia and common Fipo WITH ALL IRCBSSAKT NXTCKCt, READY FOR FITTING UP AT ONCE. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT Of everything usually to be found la any Hard war Establishment. East or West, with the ad dition ol articles incident to the business of Lnnt bering, Salt Boring and Manufacture, Fishing, Hunting and Trapping, will always be fouud at my Store, where I shall be happy as all timet to meet old customers and new. Past patronsge gratefully acknowledged n. R. BUCKIIUT. EastSaglnaw,!,!, 1C31. 1864. WHOLESALE RETAIL THE GOOD HEWS! KEW AND EXTENSIVE JOBBING HOUSE AND RETAIL STORE COMMERCIAL BLOCK. The New Brick Store, Foot of Gentttt Street, old stand of IV. W. Clark A: Co., PILED FULL OF GOODS FOR THE '63. SUMMER TRADE. '64. BLISS, JANES & CO., Attha New Brick Store, on the Dock, foot of Genesee Street, Lave now a COMPLETE STOCK OF NEW GOODS For Wholesale andjRctall Trade, consisting of Staple & Domestic Dry Goods AND - Dress Goods OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Heady-Made Clothing, FURNISHING GOODS j BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS OR 0 CERIES AND PR 0 VISIONS, Among which may be found TEAS, ' PORK, COFFEE, FISH, SIOARS, SALT, SYRUPS, BUTTER, FRUITS, LARD, CHEESE. SOATS, and a great varloty of othr articles. Aluo PaintH and Oiln, GLASS, YANKEE NOTIONS, VaxsI Sstgriiiaw Sail A Central Mitcellcneout Attortment Of almott every variety of Gr O O 33 REQUIRED IN THIS MARKET, AND All New and Fresh Particular Attention is Called To our stock of TEAS A STJG-A.IR, We have an excellent supply of these articles, and can afford to sell at such rates that we have no fear of competition. Also, in the line of IBoots and Shoes, ; We are fully stocked with goods nt Eastern manufacture, aud excellent quality, for all ages and conditions of people, all bought at a very low figure for cash, and will be sold correspond ingly low. Tolmcco, Cigars, A:c. A full supply, and of prime quality. Also a general assortment of Liquors of All Kindo. COME AND SEE US. We Invite all to rail, examine ear Goods, and ascertain the prices. No charge for showing goods or answering questions. We have estab lished ourselves permanently In this eity, and our facilities for trade are fully equal to those of any of our neighbor!. M7" TERMS, CASH.a Country produce of all kinds taken in ex change for goods. . IBLISS, JANES k CO. East Sag inasf , Jan. 1, UCt New Drug Store. IJOaTII VATEHSTREET. Dr. TITUS DUNCAN lias opened a New Drag Store In Iloyt'i New Brick Block, opposite John Derby's Store, North Water btreet, East Saginaw, where be baa a choice a sortment of Drugs & Medicines, OP EVERT VARIETY. All New, Fresh & Pure. ALSO Toilet Aitlclcs, Perflimcrjr, Cosmetics, Ac. Choice Havana Cigars,BestBrands Standard Patent Medicines, lf77"Preeeriptlons put up at all hours, Day and Night. A share of publio patronage Is tollrited. TITUS DUNCAN. East Saginaw, Jan. 1, 1864, V301y NEW GOODS I NEW GOODS, NEWGOODS! East Store Crouso Block. Crouso, Wicklein & Co., Are now opening an entirely New Stock 0 General Merchandue in the East Store, Crouse Uenesee Street, DIock, EAST SA.QIINA.W Their Stock consists of a large and wcllscloct ed variety of Dotucstio and Staple ns Consisting of Silks and Dress Goods, Prints. French and English Merinos, Dclaina, Iiorages, Wool and Cotton Flannels, Mittens, Gloves and Hosiery, Denims, Strips, Satlnetts, Clothe and Casaiiners, Rrown and lileovhed Sheetings and Shirtinfc1! Checks, Liuseys and Plaids, drain Rags, Toweling, Tahle Linen, Napkins, Table Covers, Striped Ticking, Durlape, Ac. White Goods and Paney Goods in great variety, Cam brics, Lawns( Check Cambrics, Curtain Drapery, Wall and Window Paper. CROCKERY GLASS-WARE A large and beautiful variety of Lamps, Look ing Glaxses, Chamber Setts, common and fine Table Cutlerv, common and silver Forks and spoons, Ecr Whivs and lUsteys, lVket Knives, Shears, Scissors, Ac, with a general variety of Yankee Kotlons, as I'm, needles, jnreaa, nut tons, Ae. Dress Trimmings, Ladies' Gloves and Hosiery In great variety. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Jackets, Overalls, Merino Shirts and Drawers, Heavy It i bed Drawers, IlaU, Caps, 1 ur UooUs, Ruck Mittens and Gloves. HARD -W-A-RE- Cast Steel and Silver Steel Axes, Nails, various kinds of Shelf Hardware, c, o. Groceries and Provisions, Sugars, Molasses, Syru)e, Spices. Saleratus, Coal Oils, Drugs and Mediciues, Fish, Fruit, Driod Apples, Dried Hum., Ac, do. Kerosene Lamps, Chimneys and Wicks. B7These Goods were bought for cah, by an experienced buyer, and at great advantage con sidering tho precarious Mute of tho market. They will le offered at a very small advance from cost. All those having purchases to inako, and the puUio generally aro roipectfully invited to eall and examine Goods and Prices before purchasing elsewhere. - CROT'flK, WlCKLIBN A CO. East Saginaw, Jan. 1st, 1 ?G4. Cheap for Cash!! NEW AND RELIABLE GROCERY & PROVISION STORE. ' Gage A Jones' New Work, corner of La peer and Jefferson Streets. , ; 1ST- DOTY Hasjuft opened a Fresh and woll Selected Stock of faroccrles, IiovUIoiii, rtinilly SiilIlos Ac, Flour and Feed, Coffees, Teas, Sugare Fiah, and all kinds of standard Groceries. His Goods were purchased at tho lowest market rates, and Will be sold for CASH, as cheap as the choapest. He baa alxo made arrangements for obtaining a constant and fresh supply of Fresh Dutter, Eggs, Fruits, Potatoes, and all kinda of COUNTRY PRODUCE, The Public are invited to examine his stock and prices. East Saginaw, Deo. 9, 18G3. Goods delivered to any part of the City free of charge. 226 J. B. R. GRAVTER, IMPORTER OF ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS BRANCH . FROM DETROIT. WHOLESALE & RETAIL Hess' New II rick . Block, , Next Door to Post Oftlco wasiunoto.v sTitninr, 237 EAST SAGINAW. SEND your orders for Sheet Muaio. end you are sure to get thjetn, free of postage, on re ceipt of market price. rj.r.CIIIESBEOACo. :Ncw Jewelry Store i i e r s o 0 3 0 Chaste and Elegant Jewelry. FINE SILVEE & PLATED WAItE. H. R. PROCTOR, lias recently open4 a New Jewelry Establish ment In the building occupied by Friiolla Bros., epoeite the Bancroft House, Gen esee Street, where he offers for sale a superb assortment ef Fashionable Jewelry, Of the latest style and most exquisite werkman slflp. SILVER AND PLATED WARE, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, CLOCKS, PEBBLE and TEKISCOPIO GLAS SES, FANCY GOODS, and a large and attractive assortment of other articlos pertaining to this line ef trade. i:GItAVIG, IICPAIUIXG, Our personal attention given to Watch lleparing and Engraving. Watches regulated by one f tbe best Clocks in tbe city. Hair tTowolry, Of all styles and patterns manufactured to order. Call and see iny stock, which is tbe finest ever onereu m mis cay. Tbe celebrated American Watches, the best in the world, told at lower prices than at any other establishment in this city. A share of publio patronage is solicited. II. It PU0CT0R. , East Saginaw, Jan. 18C4. 321y MILLINERY. A Superb and Fashionable Stock of MILLINERY GOODS j BONNETSj HATS &C.j 4 AT MY MILLINERY EMPORIUM, Washington Street, opposite Bancroft ir t." .. l a CLOAKS & CLOAK MAKING. Dress i Making. The Ladies of East Saginaw and Vicinity are respectfully notified that I have employed the services f an accomplished and experienced Dress Maker, who will never fail to give entire satisf action. WORSTEDS. I have also added to my extensive assortment of Hats. Millmerv Goods and Cloaks, a vast amount of ZEPHYR W OUSTED. Double, Enc lish and Split. I also have a great variety of fii.k ;unui?3, and an a. ma or viukbs TltlMMlNGS. WES. E. . HAMMOND. East Saginaw, Out. 21, 18C3. 219y RICE, MORRIS & CO., Storage Shipping.fi Commission Railroad & Transportation Agents i: AST SAtiLVAW, ITIICII Grain, Provisions, Water Lime, Plaster, Fire llrlck, Fire C lay, Ue, Proerty Roccived In Store for Sale or Shipment. Will give personal attention to the Sale and Purchaso of Produce and Merchandise on Com nil in. CT Liberal Cash Advances made on Con siirnments?fl .. . Warehotixo and Pock, Watnr Street, formorly known as " ISirrh llun Iwck." (( Eefer to all Pnnkers, and Business Men gene rally. - ' 22Dly FREY BROTHERS DEALERS IN SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY SIIKKT IlISIO, l'Al'Elt HANGINGS, : YANKEE NOTIONS, FANCY ARTICLLS, &c. BOOK IBIISriDZEIRS And. Itlank Hook Manulacturcra. Toys! Toys,!? Toys!!! The largest and Best Variety of Toys, in East fnginaw. Also, a splendid variety of articles for Holiday Presents. Water Street, opiioeite Silsbee's Furniture Store, oil o : r:..v Intelligence Office, GENERAL AGENCY. This Company begs leave to state to the Publio that they have opened an Intelligence Office and uenerai Agency In boom Ao. A, llttt jUock Thru Door Foulh of the Dost Vjfice. ' Our motive is to furnish men and help for all who may favor us with their iatronaee. If men cannot bo found in this vicinity, we propose going to Canada and other points In order that we may be able to engage all the necessary help that businosi men generally require, Our Terms will lie JTIotlcriitr P. S. We are alo prepared to furn inked Plat Pine, Square Timber, Lumber and Spiles, on the shortest notice, at Curt. Emersou'i llayou, near F, P. Soars k Co.'s Mill. O. A. GOULD A CO. EastSs jlnaw, July, 1SC4. HONEY TO LOAN. M( ONEY to loan for a term of years on Mort (tstrs upon Improved farms in thlt vieini- ty. Fnqolre at Banking Ofllre nf UKO. L. Binnows, Jan. 13, 1804. 1332tf Saginaw City Mich WILLIAM O. DIETZ CARPENTERand BUILDER. WATER hTRFFT. BKTWEL?T OENESEK . AND HERMAN STREETS. IS KOW prepared to execute all kinds of work appertaining to the trade. Having a long and varied experience in all branches of the business and a good stock of seasoned lumber on band, I am confident my work will ploase all who may favor me with their patronage. Plnnsand specifications drawn to order. Pi7"Reildnce on JeScrson street, eppuite tbe Brewery East Saginaw, Deeamter 31, 1E61. OLD PmCEC HAVE PASSED AWAY I! PURE EIXJO, 31 ED I C I N ES, XT5TE STUFFS, CHOICE WINES, PURE BEAlIDYi GENUINE LIQUOR .OF ALL KINDS, B URNING TLXJID, &c, &c, &c. Will be sold for cash as oheap as they can be' Bought for Cash in tho State, at Friz el lo Brothers, Jto. 3.1IESS BLOCK At th Old Stand of 21. It. HESS. News I IMews ! I NEW FIRI, NEW 6U1TLIES. At the former stand of E. A. II0U0II, Genesee Street, 1st door East of Exchange Block. East Saginaw, Michigan. HOUGH cfe FOX, HAVINO ASSUMED the management of the above well known establishment, eall publio attention to their large and excellent stoik ol LIGHT GROCERIES, BUTTEll, EGGS, LARD, FAMILY 8 U T V L 1 12 S , Coneetiontriei, Fruiti, VegetalUt, Hermetically Sealed Fruits, Pickles, Lobsters, Clams, ke.t Worcestershire Sauce, CaUup, Spioes, and General culinary supplies mi Rob Ub.es, Ac, ke. FItESII OYSTERS & CLAMS, Furnished la any quantity desired. Cigars and Tobacco of the very Best quality. We are AgenU for the n.le of tbe celebrated KELLY ISLAND GRAPES In this section, and shall keep on band,' at all times a full supply, which we will sell at very low figures. Bjy-Ooods delivered to .Customers la any part of the eity, free of charge. E.A.HOUufl. -FOX. East Saginaw, Oct. 13, 1SG3. 218 WHO WANTS? 1 Who wants prime lambs-wool undershirts, . Or splendid iTawers or lfose, Who wants Silk Poekot Handkeroblefs : Or Cambria if they chose 1 Who wants a snow-w hite Lincnjublrt The texture superfine, Who wants a killing necktie The shirt-collar to eutwine 1 Who wants a stylish Coat or Vest, Of any sha pe or shade 1 ' Who wants a handsoxe pair of Pant As gnod as ever were made 1 Who wants a Crut-rata, Ov rooat To ward old winters ch , A "Raglan'or "McClellan," "Bung-up" or what you will, Who wants Scarfs, Shawls, G loves, 0 aunt lots Suspordcrs or Valise, Trunks, Carpet Bags, or aught that tends Gents comfort to increase. To Marks far-famed Tower Hall Should hie them In a trice, And know that be alone supplies Prime Clothing at Low Price. TO II. AH K Clot Iiins: nnrt Hem's Furnishing: (jiootl Emporium. Genesee Street, opposite the Bancroft Ilonse East Sajsinaw Mich. J. W. GILBERT &. CO., MANUFACTURERS OF Composition Roofs, and Roofing Material. AIho BLACK JAPAN VARNISH, 10R painting all kinds of Iron work, such as V rail road bridges, car trucks, steam boilers, sheet iron chimneys, tin and iron roofs, eave troughs, shutters, window caps and sills, eolurons, fences, agricultural Implement, mill gearing, aurhors, chains, also, hulls of -vessels, ie. . This varnish Is the cheapest and most durable coating for iron work now in nso, and can be ap plied by any Inexperienced erson. A liberal discount to the trado. Samples sont when re quired. Orders addressed to us, box 833, will receive parnnpt attention. Factory near corner of Larned ace) Fourth street, Office, fil Jefferson avenue, Detroit. - 209tf THE DEC I RE OF Saginaw Valley. . CIIOICH FAMILY Green anil Black Teas . CONSTANTLY OX HAND,:. And for Sale by Greene & Brother,, O XV O C 23 n a , Zd DOOR EAST Of CITY STEA2I MILLS', Genesee Street, East Bsglnaw. CLOCKS, this day reeelved'aed for sale ebeae i by T,E.TWVtaHIYv Feb. 9, ltS4.