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Tub Oo.ncert, fit Irving Hall, Wed nesday evening, proved as ro had an ticipated, a rich musical treat, and re suited in the accumulation of a liberal eum for the benefit of St. Paul's Churcli, of this City. Tho solcctions, both vocal and. instrumental, . were mainly from tho highest grado of mu sical composition, and their elocution elicited a liberal measure of applause from a full and unusually appreciative audience. Wo might particularizo had wo the space, but vrhero all was wj excellent, should hardly know how to framo a just criticism on the per formanco. It was Indoed a most ap propriate dedication ' to tho new and elegant nail, and it is but fair to say that to Mrs. C. D. Ulisa, of this City, belongs tho credit of, designing the plan so satisfactorily wrought out through her endeavors, and thoso of tho splendid array of musical talent which so generously volunteered to assist in the good work. The other parties deserving especial thanks are Miss Truax and Messrs. R. T. and J. W. Yarndley, of Detroit; Prof. Foote, Miss Foote, Mr. Merwin and Mr. "Wheat, for the present tempora rily sojourning hero. Piakos, Mbixddeoxs, &c. B. F. Chocsbro & Co., Grant Block, have the 6ole agency for Michigan for the r A& of Pianos and Molodoons from some of the first manufactories in the United States, and dro " offering for sale first class instruments on as favor ablo terms as any houso in tho West They keep on hand also, a full stock of musical merchandise of all kinds. Musical Coxyestiojt. Xreparations aro being made for a Grand Musical Convention to come oif in this City in a short time under tho diroction of Prof. Footo, who will be assisted by Miss Footo, Mr. Merwin, Mr. Whoat and a liberal array of homo talent in tho musical line. - ' TiieIUjcd. Tho Silver Cornet Band of this City have recently procured a sett of twelvo silvor piocos, of excel lent workmanship and perfect musi cal accuracy, from II. B. Dodsworth, N. Y., and stimulated by this encour aging circumstance, are now doing an amount of practice which must soon put thom on a footing equal to any of the best Band organizations in the "West. It requires considerable music to run ' tliis fast section, and we aro plcosod to . noto tho efforts of tho . S. S. C. B. to keep pace with tho gen eral progress. "PlATED-" GOV. ACSTIIT BlAIH came to this city last Wodnosday to address tho faithful, but the profuse distribution of flaming posters headed "Union Meeting," tho persistent blowing and drumming of the Band, who marched many a weary milo without a follower, or a nip; the hor culoan efforts of "the government," comprising about fifty of the sleekest patriots in the business, only resulted in the accumulation of a crowd of about two hundred, and at least half democrats at that, in front of the Ban croft, to whom he vented his customa ry slander concerning all who are not disposed to gobble the . extreme doc trines or ultra radicalism. The time was when Gov. , Blair could draw a crowd in Saginaw. Valley, but Col. Spragtie of the Republican "went for him" with the "old gray goose quill" and the coolness of his roception shows with what ffocL ' Street Railwat. Every necessary arrangement therefor having been per fected, work is to be commenced in a very short time on the . Washington street section. Mr. Bartow the pres ent County Treasurer having accepted a prominent position in tho company, will hereafter make this city his resi dence, and devote his whole time to that business. It was for this reason that he declined being a candidate for re-oloction to tho position he has so creditably filled for tho pasi two years. Democratic Raixt. A mooting of tho Second Ward McClellan Club will bo held At McCiellan - Headquarters, Dr. Lathrop's New Block, Thursday evening next, October 6th. 'f Hon. W. A. Clark of Saginaw , City, 0. II. Gage, Esq., and others will speak. An invitation is extended to mon of all parties. .. , ' . ' ' ' ;' ,. JKCDa P. FooTs'Esq. has boon placod upon the ticket for Representa tive in the 1st District of this county, in placo of Mr. Williams, who declined tho nomination.' ' Mr. Footo is a sound domocrat, able and energetic, and will make a capital run anjtl afirst. class Legislator. Caption. A telegraphio i ' dispatch from N. Y. Sept 2i!d says: "VTweh ty five 7.80 treasury notes, new issue,' No. 09 to 03, of 1 1,000 each, were fraudulently obtained to-dsy from a bank hero. Payment at maturity has been stopped at the Treasury Depart ment, and dealers and others should be upon their guard against receiving thera. FiKiaiLor Catt. Mude. Captain Gcorgo Meado, of tho 7 th Cavalry, who was wounded by a 6hot through the breast, near Smithvillo on the 29th of August, from tho effect of which ho diod soon afterwards, was buried with military honors from the Congrega tional Church in ' this city on Sunday last Funeral diucourco by Rev. J. 8. Goodman. A detachment of the 31st Infantry, accompaniod by tho East Saginaw Cornet Band and a largo concourse of citirens escortod the body to tho gravo, whoro tho customary sa luto was fired. Capt Meado was a brave and- efficient officer, and re ceived his doath shot while nobly vin dicating his country's honor in the field.- JESE"Tho south offers to exchange prisonors, man for 'man, and bur gov ernment refuses to exchange unless negroes are included. Forty thou sand of our white soldiers are dying from exposure, want of proper food, and loathsome disease, at Anderson- ville, in Georgia. How many other thousands in other - localities are suf fering from like' causes is not known. The south has not probably in all to exceed six or seven thousand negro prisoners. ' For those our mon are sac rificed. This is the estimate placed by the abolition party on white men who have risked their lives in defence of tho flag. Lot this question bo fairly under stood. Tho south accords to negro soldiers, enlisted in free states, and who never had been slaves, the rights of prisoners. It refuses to recognize our right to emancipate slaves and employ them as soldiers. In this ro fusal sho is sustained by precedents wo have established and enforced. Mr.' Lincoln, by thoso precedents, can not demand that slaves emancipated by forco and transformed to soldiers shall be treatod as prisoners of war in tho event of their capture. It is, therefore, his arbitrary caprice, and devotion to negroos, in proferenco to white men, which condemns to doath tho prisoners at Andersonvillo.- Er. A Fixe "Ch'iucteb." Fromont's letter says Lincoln's administration has boen a failuro in every respect, but ho goes for Abe and gives him a "ticket of loavo" recommend. Head tho letter in this paper. M. E. Conference. The following aro the appointments of tho M. E, Conference, for Flint District: Presiding Elder, T. J. Josun. Flint, Court streot W. E. Bigo- lour - - ... ... Flint, Garland streot Orrin Whit- more. South Flint W. Birdsall. Flushing It. II. Crane. Genesee -To bo supplied. East Saginaw R. It. Richards. SalinaJ. M. Gordon. Saginaw CityA. R. Bartlott( Midland W. J. Johnston. ' Bay City Wm. Fox. WatrousvillefeVassar E. Klumph. 1 orest S. P. Loo. Millington N, Pierce. -- IloUev L. C York. Grand Blanc-J. S. Joslin. , narrisonville To be suppliod. DIED. At Kochvill. Sept. 26th. 1864. Martha A mzlu, youngest daughter of Luke and Nancy Wellington, aged IS year. Dr. H. T. HAWLEY, noMGSPATmo rnYsiciAN. DR. U. is bow Saginaw, anc lerraanently located ia Em! will promptly attend to all eana in tin protouion. Office two Itoors south of P. O , la II ecu Brick uiocK, no. , up stairs. Zbvuajp FAPEK HANGINGS. J oit received, a Urge itockof excellent WALL PAPER, all new and beautiful pattern, which I offor at the Lowkst Markit Prices. Cotne and see them at J. . PREY'S Stationery Store, on Water itreet, opposite Silsbee's Furniture Store. DIARIKEA AND DYSENTERY. TV hare examinod a great number of Letter! from eom, the most prominent cititon of Cincinnati and Covington, eto, speaking in the highest tenni of Dr. Strickland Anti Cholera Mixture for the cur of dlarrhaa and dysentery. The Utter are too long to publish Mr. Woods, of Covington, ay he waa pronounced incurable by the bctt doctor ia Cincinnati, and on bottle of Dr. Striok land' Anti Cholera Mlxtar effected perma nent euro after after luffertng for'mootha with worst form of Diarrhasa and dysentery, 50 cent per boMU . For sale by drpggtat. . VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY A . Private Residence IK BAY CITY, - ' FOR SALE. rIIB subwribor will eell on reasunahlo term, A. tbefitenmSaw Mill , known as the "Grant A Fay Mill," centrally located in Bay City, the prcmuea having GOO feet river front, and com prising twelr full lot; mill new, caicity 4,WX),U()0 foct, running large circular and uiuley aws; also hi dwelling bouse and three lot on Center street, a most desirable property, in floe condition with shrubbery well grown, and all re quisite conveniences, well, cistern, eellar etc Apply or address, W. L. FAY, Day City, Mich. Sept. 20, 1664. ., , 68tf A SPLENDID LOT of imported Violin bought before the late advance. 1 r, p D. F. CIIEKSCRO A Co. HEW STYLES ' OF - " SILK HATS, AT WILKIN & MACK'S , i . . Gtnutt SI., Et Sgintt, . , A FINS ASSORTMENT OF" " mms nunsnrs CCrT WOOL HATS, CAF3, Carpot Eajo, Valicca, Patronage is Solieited. East gaaw, March 3, I PCJ. A FULL GTOCKI George C. Sanborn's Exchango Block, Corner of Gtnetet and Water Strtrtn Ii alwe ji luppliod with a fulUtoek of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FAM ILY AND SHIP SUPPLIES. WOODEN WARE CORD- - AGE, &c. Whluh will be told at Wholesale & Retail At aa Iow a figure a the atat of the market will allow.' - ' CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Tea, Coffee," ' . 8vfV Moluaei; . , , ri t. Syrups, ; . . ' Epioea, Dried Fruit, , Prime Quality and in prices to iult purchaser. BEST SUGAR CURED IIAMS SHOULDERS, DRIED MEAT, MEAL, FLOUR AND PORK, . BUTTER, EGGS, LARD,' VEGETABLES, FRUIT. And all kind of ' COUNTRY PRODUCE. )' General assortment of SHIP SUPPLIES CORDAGE) &G ricllet, . - , ' ' I . rretmea Fruut, f ... Jlelishfg, ilclractt, And General Family Sujplie$. Also a complete stock of WOODEN, WILLOW AND STONE . WARE, KEROSENE OIL, " &c, &.c.'t Order from Retailers, Lumbermen, Vessel Owner, Hotel Keeper, and other filled to any extent desired. Fast petronage gratefully acknowledged and its continuance desired. n-243 yl. GEO. C. SANBORN. East Saginaw, April 5, 1303. CHICAGO. PASSENGERS for Chicago should go via Grand Haven they can take Detroit and Milwaukeo R R. steamship to Milwaukee and Lake, or go direct from Graod Haven by reliable propeller for lea money than via Detroit Fare from Grand Haven to Chicago via Mil waukee, all boat, 3 50 Steamxhip and rail 4 00 Ticket to Grand Haren.and Tuners on steam ship will give Chicngo Ticket. WM. K. MUIR, Gcn'l. Eup't. D. A M. R.R. Jun 18C4. n-258 WM. ROBERTS' PHOTOGRAPH SAMBROTYPE GrALLEHY, Washington St. Saginaw, Mich. opposite Foat Office, Kas . 218 rfH) hare GOOD RREAD, us L DUTTON'S HOP YEAST CAKES, For sal ly Orocer generally, The trado supplied at liberal rntes by 267tf L. C STORRS A CO. AfURRILL A FISHERS fine Table Salt, for X JL" A Ut trade at Factry Prices, at 2G7tf L. C. STORKS A CO's, Sol AgenU. CHANCERY ORDER. OTATE OF MICHIGAN Temth JvpicUl kJCmcciT In Vhanrtry. Suit pending in the Circuit Court forth Coun ty of Saginaw, in Chanoory at the City of Sagi naw, on the twenty-sixth day of July. A. !., 1664. Mary Drake ) It aatWactorily appearing by rt. affidavit that the prooes for Alpheua Jrak. 3 tne appearance of toe said Al pheu Drake ha been duly issued, and that the same could not be served by reason of his con cealment within this State. On mutton of John Moore, Solicitor for the Complainant, it I ordored that the said Defendant appear and answer to the Rill of Complaint filed in this cause, within three months from the date of this Ordor, or in default thereof, that the said Dill of Complaint be taken a confessed by th said Defendant And it is further ordered that within Twenty days, said Complainant cause a copy of this Order to be published in the East Saginaw Courier, a news paper published and circulated in said County of Saginaw, and that abl publication be continued once in each .week for six successive weeks or that she cans a copy of this Order to be person ally served on said Dofndant at least Twenty days befor th Urn prescribed a aforesaid, for Disappearance. WM. J. LOVKLAND, Circuit Court Cvmmittiontr, 1 Safiinav County, Mick. UFOBOK OCHMIDT, KtgUltr. (A.lruaeopy.) - MORTQAGE 8ALE. DEFAULT having been mado in the payment of a certain sum of money, secured by a mortgage dated the 16th day of June, A, D. 18G2, executed by Sanford L, Richardson, and Mary iucnaroson to Joun Moore ni Augusltno B. Gaylord, and recorded in th oflioo of the Regis ter of Deoils of Saginaw County Michigan; in Liber I, of Mortgages, on big 60, on which mortgage there ia claimed to be due atth date of this notice for principal and interest, the sum of twe hundrod and fiftv-three dollar and twenty three one hundredth dollars, and no suit or pro ceeding at law or In equity having been institu ted for the recovery of the tame or any part thereof, therefor notice is hereby given that by virtue of a nower of sale in salJ mnrtrava m. talned, w shall, on Eriday, th fourteenth day of ucionor, nexi. at on o'ciock in in ancmoon or tha,t day, at th front door of th Court Uous in the City of Saginaw, that being the place for holding th circuit court for the County of Sagi naw sell at pullo auction to the highest bidder the premises in mid mortgage, or so much thereof a rosy be necessary to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage with interest and the cost and expense allowed by law, including a reasonable Attorney's fne, described a follow, to wit t Lot or fraction No', one, (1) and two, (2) of frac tional Motion twenty-six, (26) in Township No. eleven, (11) North of Range six (G) east in th County of Saginaw and SUte of Michigan. Dated July li, 18U. n253-13w. JOHN MOORE, AL'Gl'STiNE 8. GAYLORD. Mortagtet FOR SALE 1 fr'nE Bubcrilr offers fur alo, on rcaronabl A. terms, to actual settlers, , . Two Hundred and Seventy-live IO T S , In hi addition to th City of East Saginaw. These Lot are eligibly located lor residences, and will be disposed of on reason able term to parties desiring to occupy the in For terra of sal or any othor information con cerning th property, enquire of the undersigned at his office in th Exchange Dlock, East Saginaw, Mich. - - - Dated Ang. 1, 1864 WILLIAM N. LITTLE. DISIOLUTION NOTICE. C CHARLES D. CIIOATE, having boaght th J Interest of Thorns B Fpenaer, in th lat firm of Shaw. Reynold and Spencer, th (aid firm ha thi day been dissolved. The businer will hereafer be eondueted nnder th nnme and style of SHAW REYNOLDS A 00. All aeconnt will be isttlod by th firm of Shaw Reynold A Co. SALMON SnAWi . R. J. REYNOLDS. 2G5 6w TnOMAS B. grENCER. East Sarinaw August 5, 18C5. rpflR LARGF.8T stork ofEhset Muaioiath J. State, out of Detroit o. r. tuciiRO Co U. S. 7-30 The Secretary of the Treasury gives notice that subscription will be received fur Coupon Treasury Notes, payallo three yean from Aug. 15, 1861, with seuil-snusl Interest at the rat of even and three tenths per cent, per annum prinipal and interest both to b paid in lawful money. Tho note will be convertible at the option of the ho.dor at maturity, into six per oent. gold bearing bonds, -paabl not leu than fiv nor nioro than twenty year from tholr date, as th government may elect. They will be issued in denomination of 50, 1100, 300, $1,000 and 15,000, and all subscriptions iuut be for fifty dollar or some multiple of fifty dollars. The notes will be transmitted to th owner free of translocation cbarjre a oou after th receipt of th original Certificate of Deposit a they can be prepared . 1 A the note draw interest from August 15, person making deposits aubsequcut to that date must pay th interest ascrued from data of note to date of deposit. Partie depositing twenty-fir thousand dol lar and upward for those note at any on time will be allowed a commission of on quarter of on per sent., which will be paid by th Treat ury Department upon th receipt of a bill for fho amouut, certified to by the officer with whom she deposit was made. No deduction for com missi on must be made from the deposit. Special Advantages of this Loan. It is i Natiomal Sa vino Rank," offering a higher rate of interest than any othor, and tht but ttcurUy. A ny aaviings bank which pay it depositor in V. 8. Notes, consider that it i paying in th best circulating medium of the country, and it cannot pay in anything better. Tor it own asset ar either id government seourl tie r in note or bond payuUo in govern men paper. It is equally convenient a a temporary or per manent investment The notea enn alway be old fur within a fraction of their face and accu. mutated interost, and are the best (ecurlty with bank aa colaterala for discounts. Convertible into a Sii per cent. 5-20 Gold Bond. In addition to the very liberal Interest on th note for three yeaj, thi privelege of conversion is now worth about three per cent, per annum, for th current rate of 6-20 Donda is not less than nine per cent premium, and before the war th war th premium on 6 per cent U. 8. tock waa over 20 per cont. It will be seen that the actua profit on this loan at the present market rate U not less than 10 per cent, per annum. Its Exemption from Stato or Muni cipal Taxation But asld from all th advantages we have enu merated, a special act of Congress exempt all bonds and Treasury note from local taxation. On tho average this exemption i worth two per eent per annum, according to th rate of taxa tion in varlnu part of th country. It ia believed thai no aecuritie offer so great inducement to lendora as thoe issued by the government. In all other form of indebtedness, the faith or ability of private parties, or stock companies, or seperat communities, only, Is pledgod for payment, while the wholo property of the country ia hold to secure the discharge of all the obligations of the United State. Whll th 'government offer th most liberal terms for it loans, it believes that the strongest appeal will b to tho loyalty and patriotism of the people. Duplicate certificates will le issued for all do posit. The party depositing must endorse upon the original certificate th denominations of notes required, and whether they are to be lssuod in blank or payable to order. When so endorsed It must be left with the officer receiving th de posit, to be forwardod to the Treasury Depart ment ' Subscriptions will be received by the Treas urer of th United State, at Washington, the sev eral Assistant Treasurers and designated Depos itaries, and by th First National Rank, Ann Arbor MWdv, Second National Bank of Detroit, Mioh First National Bank of Fentonville, and by all National Bank which ar depositaries of rmblio money, and ALL RESFCETABLE BANKS AND BANK ERS throughout th eonntry will give further infor mation and AFFORD EVERY FACILITY TO SUBSCRI- BLRS. 26J3m MEKOHANTS1 Insurance Company. OF HARTFORD, CONN. GASH CAPITAL, - $200,000. E. THOMAS LOHDELL. cWy MARK HOWARD, Frc't. NOTICE is hereby given that the agency of the Merchant's Insurance Company of Hartford, fur Saginaw County, ho thi day been transferred teethe undersigned, who will hereaf ter promptly tltend to and conduct the business of that company. Thi company stands A No. 1, a will be seen by referring to the statements of the Troy fire, which occurred a few weeks since; 930,000 waa paid promptly by this company at that time. Those desiring risks taken can do no better than to insure in this ooinpanv. H. C. Llir, Agent East Saginaw, June 21, 1863. Steam Manufactory HDDS05. SPENCER & CO. Late F. Mumfurd's, corner Jefferson and Tus cola Streets. EAST SAGINAW. Q Ordors Promptlj Filled. HAVINQ thoroughly repaired and made ex tensive additions in Machinery in th Fac tory formerly occupied by P. Mum ford, we ar now prepared to fill all ordors on short notice. A good assortment of Doom, Sash, Blinds, and Moulding constantly on hand. All irregular slse mail to ordor on short not ire. 261y HODSON, SPENCER A Co- Ksst Saginaw August 3, IcG-1. 1 Livery Establishment ; A. W. OATHS A CO., AT their Nw and Ejtenslv Stables, ot Washington Street. EAST SAGINAW, MICHIGAN. Hav on of th Best Livery Establishment In th West. Family "turn outs" Horses and Buggies, SadU Horses, and "rigs" of all styles, single or four t aix horses, promptly filled out. KEW AND IN STYLE. Everything about th establishment 1 in good shape, tidy new and of late style. Dors alwayt in good condition and carriage and liar eses neat and tidy: . HEASONAIJlrf R4TESI only, charged in all Instances, and the ntmost psins taken to giv tntir satisfaction to all cus tomers. A W. KATES 4 Co. L'att Saginaw, Aug 8, 1663. S LJ LS 5 J DO L I JIIlL". Jul DYSPEPSIA, AND DISEASES iicsuivriNa FIIOH DISORDERS OF THE LIVER AND DIGESTIVE ORGANS, ARE CURED BY HOFFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, THE GREAT STRENGTHENING " TONIC. These Bitter hav performed roor cures! HAVE AND DO GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION ! Have more Testimony I HAVE MORE RESPECTABLE PEOPLE TO VOUCH FOR THEM Than any other article in th market W defy any ouo to contradict thi assertion ! AND WILL PAY $1000 To any on that will produoe a Certificate pub . lished by us, that it is not G ENUINE. Hoofland's German Bitters WILL CUB EVERT CASK Of CIIRONIO OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISORDERED 8TOUAC1T. Olieerv the following symptom resulting from disorder of th Digestive Organs i Constipation, Inward File, Fullness ef Blood to the J lead. Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Dugtut for Food. Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Flut tering at the Fit of th J Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hur ried and Dif ficult BreatLing, Fluttering at the heart , . Choking or suffocating sen sations when in a lying posture, Din.noss of vision, Dots or Well be fore the Sight, Fever and Dull Fain In the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yel lowness of the Skin and Eye, Fain in th Side, Back, Chest, Limb, Ao- - Sudden Flushes of Ileal, Burning in the Flesh, Constant imaginings of Evil, : and Great Depression of Spirit. REMEMBER THAT THIS BITTERS IS NOT ALCOHOLIC, Contain no Hum or IV III sky, , AND CAN'T MAKE DRUNKARDS, CT IS THE BEST TONIC in the World. READ WHO 8AY8 80 I From th Rev. Levi O. Beck, Psstor of th Baptist Church, Feiubertoa, N. i , formerly of th North Baptist Church, Philadelphia. I hav known Iloofland' Qerman Bitter fav orably tut a number of years. I have used them in my own family and hav been so pleased whh their effect that I waa induced to recommend them to many others, and know that tbey have operated in a strikingly beneficiaj manner. I tnk great pleasure in thus publicly proclaiming this fart, and calling tho attention of those afflict ed with th disease for which they ar recom mended, to these Bitters, knowing from experi ence that my recommendation will b sustained. I do this roor cheerfully a Hoofland' Bitters 1 iutended to benefit the afflicted, and is "not a rum drink." - Your truly, LEVI O. BECK. From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of the Encyclopedia of Religion Knowledge and Christian Chronicle, Philadelphia, , Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent Modictno in general, through distrust of their ingredient and fTot, I yt knew of no sufficient reason why a man may not testify to the benefit be believe himself to have received from any simple preparation in the hope he my thus contribute to th benefit of other. I do thi th more readily in regard te nonf land' German Bitten, prepared by Dr. C. M." Jackson, of this city, beoaus I waa prejudiced against them for many years, under the impres sion that they wer chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I am Indebted to my friend, Robert Shoemaker, Esq , for th removal of thi prejudice by proper test and for eucouragement to try them when suffering from great and long continued debility. Th use of three bottle of these bitters at th beginning of th present year, waa a followed by vinent relief ana restoration to a degree of bod ily and mental vigor which I bad not felt for (is month before, and had almost despaired of re gaining. I therefor thank God and my friend for directing me to ase them. J.NKWTON BROWN, Thila. From the Rev. Jo. II. Kennard, Faster of th 10th Baptist Church Dr. Jaekaon -Dear Sin I hav been fre quently requested to connect my name with com mendations of different kinds of , medicines, but regarding the practice out of my appropriate sphere, I hav in all coses declined bat with m cloar proof in various instance, and particular ly in my family, of th usefulness of Dr. Iloof land' German Bitters, I depart for once from my usual count, to express my full eouvlotioa that, for gtntfal debility of tht tyittm and pcriatly J or Liter Complaint, it it a tqf and valuable preparation. I some ease it may fail but usually, I doubt not, it will be very beneficial to thus woo suffer from th altov cans. Yours, very respectfully, J. H. KKNNARD, Eclghth below Cont Street, Philadelphia From Rev. Warren Randolph, Pastor of Baptist' Church, Gcruiantowit, Peno. , i . t Dr, C. M. Jackson i Dear Sir Personal expe rience enables me to say that I regard the Ger man Bitters prepared by you as a most excellent modicine. ' I cases of severe oold and general de bility I have been greatly benefitted by the use of the Bitters, and doubt not they will produoe simi lar effects on others. Youfm truly, WARREN RANDOLPH. German town Fa. From Rev, J. II. Turner. Tsstor of Hoddlng M. E. Church, Phil, Dr. Jackson : Dear Sir : Having used your German Bitters In my family frequently I am prepaaed to say that it baa been of great service. I boliev that in mast eases of general debility of the system it is the aafost and most valuable rem edy of which I have any knowledge. Your, respect fully, J. II TURNER. No. 72t, N. Ninteonth street From th Rev. J. M. Lyons, formerly Pastor of the Columbus, (N J.) and Kilhttown, (Pa ) Bap tist Churches. New Rochelle, N. Y, Dr. O. M Jackson! Dear Sir I feel It a pleas ure thus, of my own acoorn to boar testimony to th excellence of th German Bitter. Som few vears since, being much afflicted with Dyspepsia, I nsed them with very beneficial results. I hav often recommended thom to person enfeebled by that tormenting disease, and have heard from them the mott flattering testimonial a to their great value. In case of general debility, I be lieve it to be 4 tonio that cannot be surprised. ' J.M.LYONS. From the Per. Thomn Winter, Faster of Rok bury Baptist Chuch. Dr. Jackson i Dear Sir1 I feel It du to your excellent preparation Hoofland' German Bit ters, to add my testimony to tho dswerved reputa tion it ho obtained I hav for yoar at tunc, beenHroubled with great disorder in iny head and nervous system. I was advised by a friend to try a bottle of your German Bitter I did to, ard hav experienced great and unexpected re lief; my health ha been very materially penefit ed. I confidently recommend tho article wber I moot with cose aimilivr to my own, and hav been assured by many of their good effort. Kespoctflly yours, T. WINTER, Roxborougb, Pa. From Rev. J. S. Herman, of tho German Itcfora, d Chujch, Kutttown, Berk County, Piv. Dr. C. M. Jacksoni Respected fir: I hav been tumbled, with difpepgi pearly twenty year and hnv never nsed any medicine that did me as much good as llooflandi Bitters. 1 am very much Improved In health, after having taken Ov bottle. Yours, with respect, J. S. HERMAN. FRICES. Large Sis, (holding nesrlv do quantity), 11.00 per Bottlehalf do 100. nil usnnty), I UU per lkt tie hall Uo j UU. SmiUl Sit-e-7 eU. per Bqttl half do. i .00 BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. See that th aljrnatnrw of C. M. JacksoV is on th wrapper of each bottle. Should your nearest Drvggitd tot hav th r ticle. do not be put off by any of th intoxicating preparation that may b offered in it pines, but send to ns, and we will forward, socu,rely packed, . by e i press. j Principal Office and fnufctory No. C31, i ARCH STREKT, PHILADELPHIA. JONKft it I.VANS, Successor to C. M. t JacksoQ A C PropriettH-. For Sal by all Dvgjrist aii Duarer rn every 1 ton n ia th United State. SPECIAL, ATTMCTJMS SHAW,RMOLDS&Co's Beuna Vista Blcck, Genesee St., Unfcn BIcck, Water St. MimnsTK'' Being determined to sustain th rreat celebrity for always bavin tho GREATEST NO ELTIES at tho LOWEST FRICES, will offer as the result of their recent pureliasce, - ' ' a Groat Variety of Silver l'Uted ' ' , i . " TEA SETS, CASTERS, BELL CASTERS, -.,'.... - t " Tea and Coffee Pots; 4 ,: . : Oake Baskets, Berry Dishes, Spoons, Forks, Ivory handled Table Cutlery, Family Hardware, Tea Trays, Britannia . v - iicWarc,: Tin Ware, and House Furnishing Goods, of every description WE WOULD CALL SFECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR LAItQE AS SORTMENT OF BUILDERS' H ARDWARE, & STOVES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR KITCHEN, SITTING ROOM, SIIOP, TOR WOOD OR COAL W Manufacture largely for WHOLESALE Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Water Coolers, Filters, &c. EVERY BODY SHOULD CALL AT SHAW, REYNOLDS & CO'S Mammoth --iware Store, All kind of JOB WORK in Tin. Copper Sheet notic. - 5 0 ( 0 w H 03 1IOWAIU) ASSOCIATION. PHILADELPHIA,' PA. DISEASED of th Norvou, Seminal, Urinary anil Sexual Systems new and relinl.lo treat went in rexrts of th HOWARD ASSOCIA TION -Sent by mail in sealed Utter envelopes, ft-e f ehnrgn. Atdrss, tr J, fKILLIN IIOUOHTON, Howard Asnltion, No. 2 South Ninth Street, ThilaltlphU, Pa. ri13C.y J aariw m. PARLOR, OFFICF, STORE OR AND RETAIL TRADE, every description of and House Keepers' Emporium. Iron and Steam and G a Fitting done en hort rrf - ' ': DR. STRICKLAND'S MELLIFL UOUS COUGH BAX.S AM. ICRES Cou eh. Colds. Sor Throat. Asthma, 0 and Consumption. It ia only necessary for any one troubled with the complaint to try on boitle of i StricllantTi Mellijluou Cough Iialtam, to convince thera that it ia th best preparation vr used. It not onlv cures the above affections of the Throat and Lungs, but it cure Night Sweat and Spitting of Blood, and Is aa excellent gargle for any kind of Sor Throat. It i pleas ant to take, and ft saf niedicin for infants Price Co cent per bottle, ror lo ny irmeiie Brothers, Wholesale Agents, U. Tred, Hobbs, and DruetrisU renerallv. 248-6m .- r PILES. A. SURE CUBE. EVEuY body I being cured of thi distressing disease by the us of Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy. Read' what those say who have Used it t Mr. Charles W. Londram, of Louisville, and Mr. Jd IMIsrerde, of Cincinnati, O, both wer cured after using one pot of Lr. Strickland Pile Remedy. Tbey say they have triod every thing but could obtain no relief, but one pot of Strick land' Pile Remedy effooUd a per foot euro after suffering for many year with th worst kind of Piles. They reooinmond every one who is suffer ing to try it. Manufactured at No. 6 East Fourth Street Cin cinnati, O. Ask for Dr Strickland's File Remedy. Tris 65 cent por pot. For sal by FrUsell Brothers, Wholesale Agonts, Q. F. Hour., and Druggist generally. 243-6m AND lEILaTDriaSSIo STRICKLAND'S. Anti-Cholera Mixture. I a composition of astringents, absorbents, stim ulants and carminative, which every physician acknowledges is the only preparation thnt will efToct a pernmticnt cure of iarrhna and Dysen tary. This Anti-Cholera Miitnre Is now in us in several of our army liopita1 where it gives the greatest satisfaction. It ha saved the lives of thousnnd of our soldiers and citiseus, and we will guarantee it to be th best remedy in th world for DUrrbwA and Dysejifary. Mr. Woods, of Covington, ivy., will he most happy to satiny any on as to the virtue ol Strickliinds Anti-Cholera Mixture; In fact, w have a grout number of testimonials from pa tient who have born cured after being pronounc ed ifH'Uvahl'(1y their phsioians some after taking only one Uitll of Strickland' Anti Cholera Mix ture. ' If you suffer with Diarrhwa nd Dycn tary, try on bottle. soldierX Ton, ought tit to be without such a valuable medii'ine. Th ftneinnnti National Union, of April 24th, says that thousands of our soldier have trmn saved by th usw of Strickland's Anti Cholera Mixture. Pri. e, fi5 cents per bottle. For Sale by Frisselle Brothers, Wholesale Apents, 0. F. Hobbs, and Druggist Centrally. l3-ui6 Gt?rmnn r4liiftiy Notice. IHK Oerm:inia Lll iary will bo hclJ 0en every Sumiuy, fruut V to li o'clock in the morning. 311 VU1.VSIN Ul!li DR. CHARLES VON DANIEIii-Om.- Ia Lloyd' Brkk Building, Wathington Struct, e.it side, East Psg'n.iw. -261 -lwr i TTTTtnr v-in i t n n rvnm i Tf WnULKoALMnKTAlL H O O WAREHOUSE. THE IAliOEST AND 11F.SI BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE In Iforthern Ilichigan, 18 OAKKIED ON BY L. S. LENHEIM, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE WALKER A O00D INtiS NEW WAREHOUSE, ON WATER STREET j East Saginaw. It l prepared to supply ererj-oody wrth Boots, Shoes and Rabbers, ut tho most Fashionable Styles Th BEST QUALITY and at th LOWEST TRICES. Particular Attention Paid to Custom Work, AND ALL WORK WARRANTED. Mr, George Crabbe, THE BEST CUSTOM BOOT MA KER OF THIS CITY, Has Charge of tho Manufacturing Department. NEW STORE. E. P. & ILL. Penfleld. Bancroft Block, Ovneee Btrh Hav to offer a large- and magnificent stock of SPRING AND SUMMED DRESS GOODS, LACK &. COLORED DRESS SILKS, . AUwafuHllaeo LadiM' Sl QnU' Hoaiery, Embroidotie. Lace, Trimming, &.a, 6lo. Also hav eo hand a largo atovk of. BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN CARPETIJSr&St FLOOR OILCLOTHS,. 'i WALL paper; ?. &c. AU of the above goods at th vry lowest MaJ't i j P"S, CHICAGO MEAT MARKET, -NO. 1. . Gennee $trcet, 4 door$ Jurnt of tht Futrett JIoiw.. John TJ. Tholl & Co., Keep at all times, at their well known establish ment, an assortment of FRESH MEATS Of the holrst quality, also a fail stock of' SMOKBD, DRIED AND PRE SERVED MEATS Of every description. The itntost attention fnM to the preparutiwfi of ineut either frvsh ft eurvK Menu dohverej in all parts of tho cUy froo of charge. Eust Saginaw, May 25, 18C4. n-230.y NEW mUSIC STORE. B. F. CHEESDRO & CO., Musi Hentttrs, Grant Illork, Cast Snginnw. I3npo Fortes, Melolnnns, flultur Violins, liiinjoo, I'lutea, Clnrionrts, AeoorJuin,lr.utiiR o , 4. A litrj(e nssortment of InipoiieJ ViMlw, flni tnr, llnnjo nl Viailinette string, lurtrnttloa Books ana all (iisiepl I'uhlications. We call tho attention of (he peepte of th Pa' lnw Valley to onr stock of Khec Mnsto. Lpr cinl attontio) glrn to Orler. Hy recent arrangements with Eastern Tuhlish ing noases, w are ensMoJ to rMcar any i of Music published ia the l'awl 5tate aul ell ForlKn Mnslo. Kselunive sjrenrr of tUo fsslnnw Valley for the renowned )!riluy anT eelflrle4 WeUxr Tiano, awl 8. I. A II. W. Smoli's AmrricMn Or gins b4 Mcludsous, aUo KinarJ, lurcher A Co.' NrltMlron. Btusio roatlotl frv t any point pn recoij t f Market l'rt . NOTIlF.IlARIllVALcfthscelelTntoJWel-r B. r. 01IEL.TBHO A Co.