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An Inoautious Politician.
Mr. Lincoln hy this time Logins to realize that thoro is euch a thing as cunning OYtTbhooting tho mark. To make iuvor with tho radical tho ulti- JlUtt turn was sent to tho 60Utly3rn agents CuuaJu, that thoro oouM bo no iit ja-iico with Slavery. Tho republican iarty is disgiistod that Mr. Lincoln should have oxposcd the cloven hoof ul abohtionioiii ho boon, lney want ed to go bofuro tho people next No vtMiiber with tho oi l cry of Union. iliQY.Juavo BtSluil iliiimwrn Union T'ui ty. They lind it sufar to denounco J VuiocraU us rebel sympathizers than it is to (lek'iul their own TKHitical views, Now, just at this juncture, their man J.inuIn etuiiiulv throws off the maa and openly and boldly procluhns that tliii u not a war lor tho Union, but is a war ior tho enfranchisement of uo groes; that no propositions for peaco will bo entertained, unless Slavery is abolished in tho South. Such an avowal is very plain and distinct. Tho people now understand whit sort of war tlio Administration proposes to wage, and for what objects it is to be prosecuted, lhey havo tho satisfac tion of knowing that tho Administra tion makes tho salvation of tho Union subordinato to tho freedom of tho ne groes; and asks their votos to eustai fuch a policy. Mr. Lincoln s party is chagrined about tho wholo matter. Thoy will havo to put their candidato m leading strings. Wo would venture anything that recroiary oownra never saw Mr. Jjin coin's "To whoiUvit may concern proclamation, before it was sent, llo would havo been far too astuto for such a piece of foolishness. Uut the deed is done, and tho party must fatb or it. Air. Lincoln s position is just tins: that a tho robels were to lay down their arms and ask to bo permit tod to remain in tho Union with their constitutional privileges, tho request could not bo granted uuless thoy con tented to abolilionize tho South. They must uo lAiwolnizcd, Lincoln tho dreat Causo of Disaffoc tlon. Iftho Chicago Convention relies lor success upon tho mero ditssntisl'ac tion with Mr. Lincoln's rule, which is assumed to exist, it will bo disappoin ted. Tho lovo of tho Union, and th( resolvo to put down hostility to it by forco of nrms, is stronger than any uissausiaction. Evening J'ost. Has is as if you should refuse to chango your physician who has ro ducod you to death's door by blood letting, xinless his successor will prom iso to euro you by tho inero uso of the lancet. Tho fact that, after a Ion trial, you havo grown constant!' worso, is reason enough for dismissing tho quack. Iho lancet may bo valuable in skillful hands, but is not the solo resourco of tho inodical art. Dr. Lin coin is moro likoly to kill the patient than tho disease; it concerns tho health of tho body politic to get rid of him beforo life has entirely ebbed out at its bleeding veins. Iho idea that tho people will oust Mr. Lincoln meroly becauso they aro dissatisfied with him, is siuu. ii was uigauection that over threw John Adams and elected Jef- ii . ,i ierson; tuai overture w tho younger Adams and elocted Jackson; that over threw Van liuren and eloctod I lam son. Lut tho causes of dissatisfac tion, in each of theso cases, were bag alulles in comparison with what tho country sutlers from Lincoln. The Ilrinx Eye. Tho languago of tho eyo is very hard to countorfoit. You can read in tho eyes of your companion, whilo you talk, whether your argument liits him, though his tonguo will not confess it. Thcro is a look by which a man shows that he is going to say a good thing, and a look when ho has said it. Vain and for gotten aro all the fino offices of hos pitality, if thero bo no holiday in tho eyo. J low many future invitations aro avowod by tho eyo, though dis semuiou uy tno tips! A man comes away from a company; ho has hoard no important remark; but it in sym pathy with the society, ho is cognizant of such a stream of lifo as lias been flowing to him through tho eyes. J.Jicro aro oyoo which gtre nu moro admission into them than blackbor lies; others aro liquid and deep wells that men might fall into; and others uro opprcssivo and dovouring, and tako too much notice . Ihore nro ask mg oyes, "and asserting oyes, and prowling eyes, and eyes full of faith some of good and somo of sinistor omen. Emerson. Woutii Tiiyino. In times of high prices ot Hour, the lollowing reeipo lor making cheap bread, -which wo lind in Hall's Journal f Health, may uo oijpervico to somo ot our readers: " To two quarts of corn meal, add ono pint of bread sponge, water sulli cient to wet the wholo; add ono half pint of Hour and a teaspoonful of salt. Let it riso, then knead well, unspar ingly, for tho second timo. It costs just oho half as much as broad from the finest family flour, is lighter on the stomach, and imparts moro health, vigor and strength to tho body, brain and bono. Threo pounds of such bread (at five cents a pound for tho meal) uffords as much nutriment as nino pounds of good roast beef (cost at tweuty-fivo cents, $2,2.)) according to standard physiological facts. m SiCTho Newburvport Herald, a leading New England administration organ, needs attention. It ventures to sny: "The G ermnns and Danes have ngroed on nn armistico for nino months. "Ve wish (Jrant and Loo, or Lincoln and Davis would agrco on so sensiblo a plan for this country." And the following would bo a gonu ine outburst of " disloyalty " wero it to appear in a Democratic journal: "Ilorneo Greeley thinks tho Presi dent's letter, ' To whom it may Con cern, was not tho mistake of tho Pres ident originally, but cniuo from tho bud advice of rWrotury rHnnton. If it came from tho Wur Department 1 hero is ono thing wo may say of it that it was a bombshell in tho Repub lican camp, more destructive than any that that department has caused to bo thrown at the rebels." JrdC"TIio Toronto G'lolr, ono of tho ' most iriUiiciitiiil impcra puMi.shol in I runali, 1ms lor u motto, "Thonub joct who m truly lojal to the Chief Mnistrnto, will iu-ithcr ndriso nor submit to arbitrary measures." If mch a motto wcro to bo adopted by a jnpor ia Kin? M juriwlictiou it Would qilMJy bo SUipiXWP 1. L. H COTTOH & CO. SHIP BltOKEllS AND VESSEL AGENTS Footof Main Street. Buffalo, N. Y. Particular attention given to the Charter, Snip, and l'urjlnweot' Vessels, Procuring Freight, !! last, Ao. Murine Collection made udJ proceeds promptly reinitttiii U. 11. 10 i TON W. P. BRYAN. WM. ZIMMERMAN & Co. Wholesale Dealers la Foreign Wines and Liquors, oiiietic Ir:m1y, Ohio ItcctlAcd Whisky, &c. South Store, Union Block, Water St., East Sug inaw, Michigan. Have facilities for rectifying whisky of all Kin.is, at their stund. W. ,. A CO. East Saginaw, July 21, 1SC3. '20-3mp 18 64. George W. Merrill, PROPRIETOR OF THE East Snginav Foundry. AND MACHINE SHOP, Announces to the publio that the establishinen ii letter than ever beforo prepared to mctft the want of Increasing business the auition or a LARGE IRON PLAINING MACHINE The longest and honvest in this part of the State ana a isr e "W" Lathe, Expressly built for cutting Threads on FbIiTu bing aul some other editions to machinery miikcs tho shops well supplied with good Tools ind propared to execute promptly all orders for Mwr .Mill uinl innt Alill Irons, l'lontiH, rotach Cauldron and Sugar Kettles, liox Ktovcci, Sloigu Miooi ana Ana-lions, Brass Boxes and Composition Ca."tinjs. Forged Steel and Iron rork. Particu lar notice is hereby extended. TO SALT MANUFACTURERS. I am fully prcpnrcd to cut Thread. on Well Tu oing, manufacture Pumps for Fait Wells of the Bent Samples in uno, and do all kinds of iron work Ufually wonted at Salt Works with dis patch. All Work Will Bo Warranted, To do good business and be In all rerpects aa represented. rj"The Patronage of the TuMio is respect- fully sol'cited. lirups and Copper bought in ex change for work, or paid for in cih ut ull times. Shops are situated in 3d Ward, Wuter street, on tho l)ock, East Saginaw, Mich, Call or Address ii. W. MERRILL. P. O. Jlox 301. L. C. STOBRUCO SUCCESSORS TO C. E. Ro3ENBURY 6c Co. Wholcpalo and Retail dealers In GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Which they offer to the trndo at tho lowest mar. act prieci 1POJEI CASH. We would call the attention of HOUSEKEEPERS TO OUR STOCK OF 'LOUR COD FISH, SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE, SPICES, PORK, HAMS, BUTTER . EGOS, itoiLlA-sses, sea., . At also to our fiua assortment ut , FAMILY GROCERIESj CONSISTING OF Natural Preserved reaches, Pino Arploi, Tickled Lobsters; Oysters; Clams; Cucumber Plcklea; Trench Mustard; Prunes In Jars; CURRANTS, RAISINS, FIGS, Ao, AND TO OUR Ao. VOODEIT VARE, IInn(-1iol Implctnrnt f nil Hn.N, nud the inot txMutilul iitt-riu of oroscno Xjfimps. Rop9& Twine, Paints & Oils, MANNIU.A IN COILS JiLJJ COR1H C1.0THi'.3LTNr.! ' IIK.MP rACKINO i LATH A STAVE TWINE, LARD. ' WHALE, " LINSEED, LrUIUrATINO snl CAIIEON OILS. HARDWARE, IKON, STEEL, GLASS U MJP OH IUM. Glass Ware & Crockery ESTABLISHMENT. Universal Farming Utensils and Seeds. CASH STORE OF SCHMITZ & IYIORLEYS, IN TIIEIR OWN MAMMOTH BUILDING, Corner Genesee and Cass Streets, EAST SAGINAW. Every Floor, Corner and Shelf, Is Crammed with Goods of tho Choicest QuaUty, GREATEST VARIETY, TO WIT i Cast Steel, Blister Steel, German steel, Spring Steel Luke Sujrior Inn, Bwelili Iron, Peru Iron, Ainerioan Iron, of all Sizes. SHEET IRON, LAKE SUI'EMOIl CHAIN, ' AMERICAN DOUBLE-LINK CHAIN. ENGLISH CHAIN. BRASS, COPPER, AND IROX WIRE, WAGON SKEINS AND DOXES, IIl'US, SPOKES AND RIMS, SHAFTS AND POLES, IJaUeablo Castings, Nuts and Washers, Window Sash and Glass Putty, Linseed Oil and Glue. PAINTS OF -A.Il.31i COLORS, Varnish ef BLOCK TIN, SPELTER, LEAD. TIN, SPELTER, Baboit Metal. SAWS AND FILES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. CUT, CLINCH, SHEAIITING NAILS, PRESSED AND HAM . MERE!) II. fl. NAILS, Cut and Wrought Spikes, Finishing, Cueing, Barrel, Clout and Gimp Nftiln and Tacts, Turners', Coopers', Mhsooh', Elarksmlths chiuists and l'aiutcrs' Tools. Ma Great nssortmant of AiM,.Wedgos, BoalU Ein Door, Cujiboard, Drawer, Chest, Trunk and Tad Looks, Lutts and Screws, and Builders' Hardware General!. ' Harness 2c Coach Trimmings, WhiClctrccs and Nock-Yokes. Gongs, House and Tea Bccls, Force, Suction and Bucket rumps, Lead and Zino Pipe. Salt-Well and Wooden Tubing. Brushes of all kinds, Cordage, Oukuro and Honip Tacking, Ruber Bucking, Gamuts and Bcltingj Hay, Blutfonn, Counter and Tea Scalos, Machine, Cnrringe, Fire and Tlow Bolts, and Log Screws, STOVES, TIN Sc SHEET IRON WARE, TABLE k TOCKET CUTLERY, a Lnrgo Assortment of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE, Ecrosone Lam, Lanterns, And Kerosene 01 Baby Cribs, Carts and Toys, Threshing, Mowing & Wood sawing Machines. Horse and t)og Powers, Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Corn Plnnters, Fiold and Garden Rollers. Hay Cnltrs, Hoe. Cradles, Fnythes, Hay Forks, Drag and Culti vator Teeth, Gardon and Flower Seeds, Guns and Gun Trimmings, Powdor Flasks, Shot Bags, Gun Caps, and Innumerable other arti cles can bo found at SCUMITZ & MORLEYS I Our aim to keep everything in the various ) lines of trade, sa well as the endeavor to pleas ur customers in every repect, shall not cease Tlie patronag of the ruMio la general I tolldtcd. CCI1MITZ k MORLEYS. BUCKHOUT'S COLUMN. JOB. THE SUMMER TRADE B. B. BUCKHOUT AT HIS NEW STAND, Saginaw Block NORTH WATER ST, Has received this Fall n unusually large as aorimeiii or HARD-WARE Stoves, Iron, Steel, NAILS, CUTLERY, GLAS3, AXES OF ALL KINDS, CABLE CIIAIXS IUILI, SAWS Cross-Cut Saws, BUTCHER'S WILL SAW FILES, Ruh ber and Leather Bolt ing, Shovels, Ilocs, Spades, Farming Imj le r ents, Japanned Ware, Bake Katies, Camp Equipments, Iron Kettles, Hatchets. Frvinir Pans. llHltr Chains, Wooden Ware, Iron and Stet-I of all kinds for Blaiksmithinsr, BoltsNuts, Screws, Tncks.Xails, Files, Rasp,H.,rse-Slioo Rasps.Stoe ojirings, ana neu fKeins Tor liuggte and Wag' out, Dsir Hinjros, Gate Hinges, Sud Irons, Loj? Chains, Trace Chains, Carcnters' Tools, Squares, Trowels, Buck Saws, Pitch Forks, and other Farming Tools, Pocket Knives, Table Kuives and Forks, 1 la sers, Scis sors, Ac., All kinds of Gun Filings, Tutent Wads, Coppe ciubhii, puii (xiucnos, I'crcucKKin Caps, an 4 Bullet Moulds, Horse Curds, Hors Brushes, Wrenches, Shoe Knives, Coop- r Tools, Bank Shears, Tailors' JS hears, Buttonhole Cutters, Everything. SHELF HARD TV ARE j SAWS, CARPENTER' TOOLS, CUTLERY, DOOR TRIMMINGS, KCltEWS, OF ALL SIZES, AC. COPPER, AND SHEET IRON WARE, OF ALL KINDS. Manufactured to order, of the beet material, and in a workmanlike manner. Roves iiut up. Pine fitted, Eav Troughs and Water Conductors made and put up, Repairing promptly attended to Kerosene Lamps made, or fitted with Burners and Chimneys Camping Utensils made in any desired stylo, Lumbermen fitted out with all es sential articles for Culinary Purposes in the woods; Zino Boards lor stoves made to order, and everything roquired in this branch of rucchanica business done promptly and well. A Complete Assortment of everything usually caiicu ior in the line or lin n are, alwuy on nana, aimo. bheet Iron and Copper war. .a. jrjr.i stocic of BRASS KETTLES. PRESERVE CAWS, TEA AND COFFEE CANS, BREAD BOXES, AND GENERAL TANni FIXTURES. Particular Attention I Invited to an Excellent Assortment ol STOVES FOR ALL PURPOSES, OfLato & Excellent Patterns. COOKING, PARLOR, ALL OF BEST QUALITY I Rurfsia and common Pipo WITH ALL KKCEB8ART FIXTIREI, READY FOR FITTING UP AT ONCE. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT Of everything nsually to be found inanyHsrd wars Establishment. East or West, with the ad. jBtion of Mtielca incident to the business of I.um berinjt, Salt Boring and Manura.;ture, lining Hunl.ng and Trapping, will alway b fund at my Store, where! shall I Lnprjas all time to meet old nixtoriieri and new Past patronag gratefully acknowledfnd East Ssginaw.Aog, 1, 1C3I. 1864,. WHOLESALE RETAIL. T HE COOD NEWS! NEW AND EXTENSIVE JOBBING HOUSE AND RETAIL STORE COMMEROIAL BLOCK. The New Brick Store, Foot of Genctet Street, old itand of IV. W. Clark cV Co., TILED FULL OF GOODS FOR THE 63. SUMMER TRADE. 4 BLISS, JANES & CO,, At the New Brick Store, on lb Dock, foot of Genesee Street, bav now a COMPLETE STOCK OF NEW GOODS For Wholesale ndEciall Trade, consisting of Staple & Domestic Dry Goods AND Dress Goods OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Heady-Blade Clothing, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAfS OR 0 CERIES AND PR 0 VISIONS, Among wbUh may b found TEAS, COFFEE, SUOAUS, . SYRUPS, FRUITS, PORK, FISIT, SALT, BUTTER, CHEESE, SOATS, and a great rariety of other articles. Also, Paints and Oils, GLASS, YANKEE NOTIONS, I "list ftaginuw Salt A General MUceUaneom Atsorlment Of almost erery variety of jr U JLJ K3i REQUIRED IN TnJS MARKET, AND All Mew and Fresh Particular Attention is Callod ( To our slock of TEAS & SUGAR, M' hare an ezrellent surjily of these articles, and can afford to sell at such rates that w hare no fear of competition. Also, in the lino of Boots and Shoes, Wa are fully stocked with good of Eastern manufacture, and excvdlont duality, for all ages and condition of rieoiilo, all bonirht at a wrr low fijrure for cash, anU will be sold correspond ingly low. . Tobacco, Cigars, &c. Afulltamdr, and of prime Quality. Also a general assortment of Liquors of All Kinds. COME AND SEE US. WelnTite all to call, eiamlna onr Goods, and ascertain the prices. No chare for showing good or answering questions. We hare estab lished ourselrea pennanontlr in this eltr. and oar facilities for trade ar fulW eaualto thaof anv f our neighbor. WtT TERMS, CASII.ra Country prodnce of all kind taken in ex. hange for good. I BLISS, JANES A CO. East Fagfnair. Jan. 1, 1GCI.' . New Drug Store. NORTH WATER.STREET, Dr. TITUS DUNCAN Has opened a New Drug Ptore In Hoyt' New DrU llloc-k, opposite John Derby's 8tore, North Water htreet, Eat Saginaw, where be has a choice as sortment of Drugs & Medicines, OF EVERT VARIETY. All New, Fresh &Ture. ALSO ' Toilet Ai tides, FerAimcry, Cosmetic, Ac. Choice Havana Cigars,BestBrand3 Standard Patent Medicines. VTTTrescription put up at all hour, Day and Night. A share of publio patronse la solicited. TITUS DUNCAN. East Saginaw, Jan. 1, 1864. 230ly NEW GOODS I NEW GOODS, NEWGOODS! Cast Store Crouso Block. Crouso, Wicklein & Co., Are now opening an entirely New Stock o General Merchandise in the East Store, Crouso Oenesoe Street, Block, EAST SAGINAW Their Stock consist of a large and well select ed rariety of Domestic and Staple Consixting of Silk nnd Dress floods, Prints. French and English Merino, Detain, Derages, Wool and Cut ton Flannels, Mittens, G lovo and Hoslory, Denims, Stripes, Satinetts, Cloth and Cawiiuers, lirown and Llecched Sheetings and Shirtings, Checks, Linnets and Plaids, Grain Daga, Toweling, Table Linen, Napkins, Table Covers, Stried Ticking Durlapa, As. White Goods and Fancy Goods in great rariety, Cam bries, Lawns, Check Cambric, Curtain Drapery, Wall aud Window Paper. CROCKERY ZTTlASS-WARE A large and beautiful rariety of Lamps, Look ing Glasses, Chamber Setts, common and fine Table Cutlery, common and silver Forks and Spoons, Egg Whiyn and Pauleys, Pocket Knives, Shears, Scissors, Ac, with a general variety of Yankee Notions, as Pins, Needles, Thread, Put tons, Ae. Dress Trimmings, Ladies' Glove and Hosierr In rroat rarletr. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Jackets, Overalls, Merino Shirts and Drawers, Heavy Piled Drawers, Hats, Caj, Fur Goods, liuck Aiittcns ana Uiows. HARD "WAKE. Cast Steel and Silver Steel Axe. Nails, various klnas of fcueli llaruware, Ae., Ao. Groceries and Provisions, A 1nrn ant frncli ..rtmiitit ai' CT.,nM Tin Sugars, Muliutmis, Syrups, Spices. Saleratus, Coal Oils, Drugs and Mediciuas, Fish, Fruit, Dried Apples, Dried Plum, o., 4o. Kerosene Lamps, Chimneys and Wicks. Bj7"These Good were bought for cash, by an exiierlenced buyer, and at great advantage con sidering the precarious state of the market. They will be offered at a very small adrane from onrt. All those having purchases to make, and the puMio generally aro respectfully invited to eall and examine Goods and Price before purchasing cinewnoro. ...... CROUSE, WICKLIEN A CO. East Saginaw, Jan. 1st, 18C4. Cheap lor Cstsli ! ! NEW AND RELIABLE GROCERY & PROVISION STORE. ' Gage 3t Jonos' New Plock, corner of Lapeer and Jetlerson fetrcets. Has just opened a Fresh and well Sclocted Stock of irotciic, IMovKioim, Fuuilly Supplies AcH Ac, Flour and Feed, Coffees, Teas, Sugar Fish, and all kinds of standard Groceries. His Goods were puschascd at the lowest market rates, and will be sold for CASH, a ehean as the cheapest. He has also made arrangements for obtaining a ronHiani ana iresn sutiinr oi rresn ilutter, .ggs, i ruits, I'oUtoes, and all kind of COUNTRY PRODUCE, The Publio ar invited to examine bis stock and prices. East Sagmaw, Dec. 9, ISC3. Goods delivered to anr part of the Citr free of marge. io J. B. R. GRAVIER, IMPORTER OF ALL KINDS OF DPTJIE FRENCH: LIQUOES BRANCH FROW DETROIT. WHOLESALE & RETAIL. IIcss' New Brick Block. Next Door to Post OHlco WAftlllXUTOX 6TIXC17T, 237 EAST SAGINAW. SEND yourordsr for Sheet Slusie. and you ar dire to get thtm, free of jontage, on re- i ft or market price. P. F. CIIEEBr.O A Co. 'New Jewelry Store. ( Chasto and Elegant Jewelry. FINE SILVER & TLATED WARE. H. R. PROCTOR, Jlu recently opened a New Jewelry Establish ment in the building occupied by Frirelle Pro., orpoaite the Eanoroft House, Gcu- ' esee Street, where be offer for sale a superb assortment of Fashionable Jewelry, Of the latest ityle and most exquisite workman hip. SILVER AND PLATED WARE, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, CLOCKS, PEBBLE and PERISCOPIC GLAS SES, FANCY GOODS, and a large and attractive assortment of other article pertaining to this line of trade. ENGItAVIXC, IIEPA1III.G, Our personal attention given to Watch Rcparlng and Engraving. Watoho regulated by one f the best Clocks in the City. Hair Jewelry, Of all stylo and pattern manufactured to order. Call and see my stock, which i the finest ever offered in this city. The celebrated American Watches, the best Id the world, sold at lower prices than at any other establishment in this city. A ihur of publio patronage is solicited. II. R. ritOCTOR. East Saginaw, Jan. 18G4. 332 ly MILLINERY. A Superb and FashlonabI Stock of MILLINERY GOODS a BONNETSj HATS &C.j AT MY MILLINERY EMPORIUM, Waehinpton Street, opposito Bancroft House, .Last baginaw. CLOAKS & CLOAK MAKING. Dress Making. The Ladie of East Saginaw and Vicinity are respectfully notified that I have employed the services cf an accomplished and experienced Press Maker, who will never fall to give entire saiojiucuon. WORSTEDS. I have also added to my extensive assortment or Hats, Millinery Goods and Cloak, a vast amount .of ZEPJiVR WORSTED. Ihmbls. Err lih and pplit. lalxohave a great rariety or STIV TMUllDVU I .ii - i.iivoj MRS. E. G. HAMMOND. East Saginaw, Oct. 21, 13C3. 219y RICE, MORRIS & CO,, Storage Shipping & Commission MERCHANTS, Railroad & Transportation Agents EAST SAGINAW, Midi., DKALFni IX Grain, Provisions, Water Lime, rUster, Fire Ilrlck, Fire Clay, Y. Property Eoceived in Store for Sal or Shipment. Will give personal attention to the Sale and Purchase of Produce and Merchandise on Com mission. )BTf7m Liberal Cash -Advance made on Con. itgninenta mfJ& Warehouxe and Dock, AVater Street, formerly known as " Pirch Run Dock." ltcfor to all Packers, and Euslnes Men gene ralljN 229 ly FREY BROTHERS DEALERS IN SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, SHEET MUSIC, PAPER HANGINGS, YANKEE NOTIONS, FANCY ARTICLLS, &c. book: bi:tt:de:r,s And Illank Hook Mauulacturcra, Toys I ToyH Toys!!! The largest and Pest Variety of Toys, in East Saginaw. Also, ft splendid variety of article for Holiday Presents. WeterStrect, opposite Silsboo's Furniture Store, 221 East Saginaw Mich Intelligence Office, GENERAL AGENCY. This Company begs leave to state to the Publto that they have opened an Intelligence Oflico and Ucneral Agency in lioom No. 4, JIcm Block, Three Voori Fouth of the J'ost (Jjjict. Our motive Is to furnish men and help for all who may favor ns with their patronage. If men cannot be found in this vicinity, we propose going to Canada and other point in order that we may be able to engage all the necessary help that buslues men generally require, Our Terms will he Moderate P. S. We are also prepared to furnixhod Plat rine. Square Timber. Lumber and Spile, on the shortest notice, at Curt. Emcreou'a Payou, sear I . V. ioar to. Mill. 0. A. GOULD A CO. East Saginaw, July, 18G4. HONEYJTO LOAN. MONEY to loan for a term of year on Mort gages upon Improved farms in this vicini ty. Enquire at Panking Office of Jan. 13, 1SG4. I33.tf Saginaw City Mich WILLIAM G. DIETZ CARPEirTERand BUILDER. WATER bTREET, PKTWEEX OENESEE AND UKU.MAN STUKETS. 18 KOW prepared to execute all kindsof work arpertaioina to the trade. Havlnira Ion? an J varied experience in all branches of the busines and a rood stock of seasoned lumber on band, I am coufldent my work will pleas all wno may favor m with their patronage. Pin ns and specifications drawn to order. BPesidiince on Jefferson ilrtet, eppile tb Prewery Eat Saginaw, December 24, 18C1. OLD PRICES HAVE PASSED AWAY!! HEREAFTEIl, P U It IS DltVO S, medicines; IDSTE STUFFS, CHOICE WUNES PUEE BRANDY, GENUINE LIQUOR OF ALL KINDS, -B URN ING FLUIDy &c, &c, &c. Will be sold for cash as oheap as they can be Bought, for Cash in the State, at Frizolle Brothers, NO. 3, HESS BLOCK At IK Old Stand of 21. 2. IIESS. News! News!! NEW FIRM, NEW SUITLIES. At the former stand of E. A. 1I0UGII, Goncsce Street, 1st door East of Eicbane Block East Saginaw, Michigan. HOUG-H & FOX, HA VINO ASSUMED the management ef tie above well known establishment, call publio attention to tbelr large and excellent stock ol LIGHT GROCERIES, BUTTER, EGGS, LARD, FAMILY SUTPLIEB, Confectioneries, Fruits, Vegetables, Hermctrlcally Sealed Fruits, Ploklcs, LoUter, Clams, Ae., Worcestershire Sauoe, Catsup, Spices, and Genoral culinary aopplie and RcU Uhes, Ao Ac. FRESn OYSTERS & CLAMS, Furnished ia any quantity desired. Cignrc and .Tobacco of the very Best quality. W are Agent for the snle of the celebrate! KELLY ISLAND GRAVES In thi section, and shall keep on hand, at all time a full supply, which w will sell at very low figuro. UV Hoods delivered to Customer In any part of the eity, free of charge. E. A. 1I0UU1I. FOX. Eaat Saginaw, Oct. 13, 18C3. 218 WHO WANTS? Who want prime la mis-woo I nnderhlrU Who want Silk rocket Handkerchiefs Or Cambrio if they chose 1 Who want a snow-white LlnonJVhlrt The texture superfine, Who want a killing necktie The ihlrt-collar to entwine 7 ' Who want a stylish Coat or Vest, Of any ihapo or shad 1 Who want a bandsoxe pair of Tent At good as ever wert made ? Who want a first-rate Of roost To ward old winter ch I, A "Rnglan",or 'McClollan," "Bung-up" or what you will, Who want Scarfs, Shawls, Gloves, Ganntlot Suaperdor or Valise, Trunk, Carpet Bag, or aught that tend QcnU comfort to increase. To Mark far-famed Tower Hall Should hie them In a trice, And know that b alone supplies Prime Clothing at Low Price. TO II. AR KS Clothing nnd ftent'n Fnrnlghtiiflr fsood Emporium. Genesee Street, opposite the Bancroft IIouso East Saginaw Mich. J. W. GILBERT fc CO., MANUFACTURERS OF Composition Roofs, and Roofing Material. Also BLACK JAPAN VARNISH, 1OR painting all kind of Iron wprk, uch a 1 . railroad bridges, ear trucks, steam boilers, heet iron chimney, tin and Iron roofs, eave trough, shutter, window eap and sills, columns, fences, agricultural Implements, mill gearing, anchors, chains, also, hull of vessols, Ao. This varnish Is the cheapest and most durablo coating for iron work now in use, and can be ap plied by any inexperienced person. A liberal discount to the trade. Sample ont when re quired. Order addressed to ns, boi 633, will rocolr prompt attention. Factory near corner of Lamed and Fourth ttreet, Office, 54 Jefferson avenue, Detroit. THE DEGIRE OF Saginaw Valley. CHOICE FAMILY Orccn and IJlack Teas CONSTANTLY ON HANI), And for Sale by Greene Cl Brother, OB0023BS, Zd DOOREA ST 01 CI TV STEAM MILLS, Genesee Street, Eat Saginnw. CLOCKS, this day received and for sale chrad by T . E. L'OVOIITY. Feb. 9, IcCI.