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"Tlie Last Hope".
President Fillmore, iu lib ro - ut Utter cf tSept- 2Sth, says: UI hah pon th election of General .: 'Milan at the LAST HOPE for the :torution of the Union , end honorable , a ice, end the security cf per tonal liberty " Millard. FiUmorwU not of the Dora "n.tic party, and haa ntver been. . fo lrns an old Whig, ami hiteduca ' on and associations were such as to '. 'diuo him to affiliate with the Lin . vu partj. But ho chooses, at thli r.c, to cast his lot politically with ' ose ho ha.i horetoforo been in opo- '.lon to. Ilia reason for so doin lie Sves. It is bocause he looks upon oloction of General McClellan m o hat hope for the restoration of tho nion, an honorablo ticaco, and tho . urity of personal liberty. iiutli langungo is of moro than or- iiuvy import, coming i'roin such a rizeu : tis Millard Fillmore. Ho is norably identified with the history the Republic; is a statesman of ca nity n;ivl experience ; a well-wisher ! us country, and interested in its f;pei'ity. 1 Jo has retired from pub- p.'.l iirs, and looks without party ilri aud prejudice upon passing po '.T.l 'rujrlos. llo cannot be, how- ;:, :-. ia not, indiSlerent to tho (!' tl:o country. With' an tin . -.i d end unpvcjiulicetl mind' ho tells . countrymen, that ho regards the !(.; lion of General McClolian as tho j .-t hope for tho restoration of tho 'nion, an honorable peace, and tho .--unty ol personal liberty. Wo do not know that word could " ; :ro been uttered by any citizen, that .ould creato a moro profound impres ' hi upon tho American people, than so of Sir. Fillmore. They were i t uttered thoughtlessly, in haste, or . i passion, but calmly and ueliberato j. Having no personal or political ) i 'crest beyond that of any other cit "ii, iu tho cloction of (Jeneral Mc 'N.'llan, ho would not have said what 1; has of him without tho most pro J aud conviction of its truth. His a. ncU appeal, trumpet-tougued, to tho 1 itiiotism and rood sense of hiscoun t ymcn to their love for tho Union, their desiro for an honorable rebto tiou of fraternal relations between . i States, and to their interest in tho ; .urity of personal liberty, Union i i' I honorable peace, and tho secun 1 : of personal liberty will, in his opin . :i, be clean gono beyond hopo with i . ro-eloct:on ot Mr. Lincoln. What a responsibility doos tho citi : u take, who votes for tho re-election : -Mr. Lincoln ! And how will he re -.: ach himself shall ho aid in bring i- ; urou his country and his country j n, the calamities Mr. Fillmoro pre ! N will follow tho re-eloction of tho I :. nt Chief Magistrate I What Gen ernl Jack eon thought "necessity, aim " bastiles, and Ijilo bells," 6uch as Soward told .' . !'! Lyons ho could ring for his own ! 1 his master's amusement, may bo j-.fhered from tho following words - :i that distinguished man's farowell ; 1 ress to tho citizens of the Umtod ite, March Sd, 1 f 37 : "The legitimate authority of the vornment is abundantly sulliciont - ad tho purposes for which it was ..teil; and its powers being oxpress '. -.'numerated, thero can bo no justi- ; uiou iit claiming anyming uejona -m. ivery attempt to oxcrciso now . beyond these limits should bo . Tiiptly nnd firmly opposed ; for one :l examplo will. lead to other meas i still more mischievous; and if th , 'uclplo of constructive powers, or : 'posed advantages, or temporary umatances, shall over bo permitted justify tho assumption of a.power irivcn bv the Loustitution. the pen. i government will beforo long ab ) all the powers of legislation, and . will hnvo, in cllect, but one con Vito I government. Tho Constitu r Uiiiot J o maintained, nor the "n preserved in opposition to the ; '.ic fooling, by the moro oxortion . ihe coorcivo powers confided to the toral government; tho foundations t be laid in tho affections of tho . pie, in the security it gives to life, rty, character and property in ev- y quarter of tho country, aud in the .("rnal attachment which tho citi- of the sovoral States bear to one i liher ns rooinbers of ono political 3 j nily, mutually contributing to pro j :"'o tho happiness of each other." V "Si ahtling'' Doctbike. In July, President Lincoln returned to - Houso of Representatives the bill . 'itlod "An act to suppress treason," , '...with bin objections to the same. his message ho declared: "It is -irtling to- say that Congross can freo - 'avo within a State." Subsoquent i !io attorn ptod to do the very thing Men ho saulit was "startling1' to say ' :igress had tho power to do, thus ". ."ing himself above Congress, above i representative, legislative power lho people. IJut Mr. Lincoln has . "usurped power" oh I no. If he 3 it iu ono instance, will ho not, . y he not, in another? T"T Gen. Butler writes to Simon r loron, endorsing Lincoln and the :!timoro platform. Butler has made 1 millions of dollars by his conncc ; n wilh this administration, and .ripion stands branded with a reso 'i : ion of condemnation for dishonesty I rascality, paved! by a Congress his own political friends. Butler i Cameron are both fitting support- . of Old Abe, as they stand fore 1 t among tho thieves and plunder . who hare crown plethoric with ill ' ten gain wrung from a euQoring . TLet it be remembered that .Wjiham Lincoln refuses to sign bills I j.t havo passod both Houses of Con ; s.i, not because they aro unoonsti- itM.nal, but becauso they interfere v til his own projects. He makes the -islative Department of the Gov iment secondary to his proclama t "ns and edicts. Should tho people - elect him, he will claim that his nrpatioa is ratified and carry it still ; -.ether. Onrmnirm. Tho frienda of Lin-r-:-ti havo much to say about sympa t urors. We know of two kinds, viz: vio that sympathiaa "-ith the peoplo I I tlio great calamity thai hai befalls a V; i nation, and the other that trrnpa ' Y-rei with Lincoln, tho spscdators, iives'ftnd piixnderrrs that iiaro ob : "ned po-.sostioa of lho Government 1 1 DamctTary, wo ara glad to eay i. ig.tj. th forj.r clftsv .It is aasy v.-uimiso whick is thd p.03t tanrit- SUMMER GOODS, IN GREAT VAMETr I W Lar roir4 m iwioeM ttock ot GEAOONADLE COODO Cooght Jurt krfor Um tcot ftdrase la )ric, wkich w will mU fur Ch, U tLa vtry lowt pricca. Wa tavita axamingtiwa. WE DEFY COMPETITIOtl! Wa will Mil out aUk.k, embracing tba uiual nip I1j aad Tarictj tt irais CLOAKS, MANTILLAOf YANKEE NOTIONS Carpets, OIL CLOTHS, &c, Bcidi all tba bctt and newest designi in everj Department cf our Trade. . - mmu y tvvn, lei uu oot b bnnibuggcd. To Wbolciale bajreri we can offer perior Inducements. LIVINGSTON k 10MS, Ctrntr (J Gtntttt an J Water Slrtttt, jEatt Sagittate May 10'h. 1FC4 1 s e 4 Ceorge W. Merrill. rnoriuETOit of the East Saginaw Foundry. AND MACHINE SHOP, Announce to the public tbat the ettablithment it better tbnn ever befors prepared to meet tba want of increasing buineiJ the aJition of a LARGE IRON PLAINING MACHINE The longed and hearest In this part of the State and a TsT E "W LATHE, Eipreulj built for catting Threads on Fait Tu bing and sumo other aditlons to machinery makes the shops well supplied wl:h good Tools nd prepared toexei-ato promptly all orders for haw Mill and (Irist Mill iron, l'lou;;b, I'otash Cnuldron nnd Sugxr Kettles, Uox Stoves, Sleigh Shoes aud And-lrons, Brass Boxes and Composition Cnstings. Forged tcel and Iron work. Particu lar notive is hereby extended. TO SALT MANUFACTURERS. I am fully prepared to cut Threndnn Wall To" binr. ninnuliu-f ure I'umtis for Suit H'vlln f tha next ftampii-s in una, ami da all kinlr or Iron work usually wantod at Salt Works with dis patch. All Work Will Bo Warranted, To do good business and "be in all rcrpects as rcprenrnrcu t?7"The Patronage of tha Publie Is reoncct- fully sol'rited. Brass nnd Copper bought in ex change for work, or paid for in enrh at al! tiroes . Shops are situated In 3d Wnrd, Water street, ou the Dock, East Saginaw, Mich, Call or Address O. W. MERRILL. r. O. Box 301. L. C. STORRS I CO SUCCESSORS TO C. E. Rosenburv & Co. Wholesale at.d Retail dealers in GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Wbicb tbey offer to the trnde at tha lowest mar- nut prices FOR CASH. Wa would enll tha attention of HOUSEKEEPERS TO OUR STOCK OK FLOUR COD FISH. rORK, SUGAR, . HAMS, TEA, BUTTER, COFFEE, EGGS, SPICES, As also to our Cut assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES, COXSISTIXO OF Natural Preserved Feachei, Fire Apple, Ficklcd Lobsters; Oyatera; Clares; CncTiinber Ticklas; riencb. , Mustard; Frunesln Jar; CURRANTS, RAISIltS, ria., A , Ae AND TO OUR WOODEN WARE, Ilotarho'd Imp'cirrn'a ofnl' Linda, mui the moat tetl.ul ftttrrna of Kerosene Lamps. Ropo& Twine, Paints & Oils, MANNTLLA IX COILS 1 DEI? CORD r CL0Tlir8f.t9C9- UMF PACKIXOi - . LATil A STAYS TWIXE, LARr. WHAM, Ll'RXICATrxa aJ CAvRteX OILS. Tiis LA2ftrrrta errt UU. c ar ft2traH UtLa B t. CCltf ZSO S C HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, GLASS EMJPOB, ITTM. Glass Ware & Crockery ESTABLISHMENT. Universal Fanning Utensils nnd Seed. CASH STORE OF SCHMITZ & mORLEYS, IN THEIR OWN MAMMOTH BUILDING, Corker Genesee and Cars Streets, EAST SAOINAW. Every Floor, Corner and Shelf, Is Crammed with Goods of tho Choicest Quality, GREATEST VARIETY, TO WIT 1 Cast Steel, Blister Steel, German steel, 8prlng Steel UICST NORWAY NAIL. XlOU Italia Ru perior Iron. Swedish Iron, Peru Iron, American Iron ti all Sites. SHEET IRON, LAKE SUPERIOR CHAIN, AMERICAN DO U B LE LI N K CHAIN. ENGLISH CHAIN. BRASS. COrPER, AND IRON WIRK, WAGOX 5KE1XS AND ROXFS, HUBS, PrOKG AND RIMS, SHAFTS AND POLKS, Mnlleablo Castings, Nuts arc! Wast ers, Window Sash and Glass Putty, Linseed Oil and Glue. PAINTS OP AT.L COLORS, V a r n i g h o BLCCK m, SriLTEn, . LEAD, Baboit Metal. . saws and rn.i:s r -every DESCJMP'i'ION. CUT, CLINCH, SHKAHTlNf. i NAILS.PRESSEl) AND HAM MEREI) II." S. NAILS, Cut anJ Wrought Spiko", FiiiUhin, Cne'it, liarrt-l, Clout mkJ Gimp Naila hdJ Tack, Tamers', Coopers', Mawns', Rlarksmitb', Ma chiiii!' auJ Painters' Tools. Crest assortment Ais,AVelges, Reatia Rin Door, Cupboard, iTawer, Cbest, Trunk and Pud Looks, Butts and Screws, and LuilJors' Uardwaie Uenerall. Harness & Coach Trimmings, Whifllctrces and Nock-Yokca. Oons, House and Tea Reels, Force, Suction and llutket Pub, Lead and Zine Pije. Sstt-W.ll and Wooden Tubioj. Brushes of all kinds, Cordnge, Oakum and Hemp Pecking, Ruber Packing, Gamuts end Dolling, Hay, Platform, Counter and Tea Scales, Machine, Carriage, Fire and Plow Bolts, and Log Screws, STOVES, TIN &. SHEET IRON WARE, TABLE A TOCKET CUTLERY, a Large Assortment of HOUSE FURNISHING GUGbs CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE, Kerosene Laiuts, Lanterns, And K'eroitoe 01 Babj Cribs, Carts and Tojs, Threshing. Mowing & Wcod sawing Machinos Horse and Dog Powers, Plows, Caltirstors, Harrows, Corn Planters. Field and Gardea Roller. Hay Cattera, Hoas Cradles, Scythes, Hay Forks, Drag aad Culti vator Teeth, Garda a4 Flower Seeds, Guns and Gutj THmnings, Powder Flasks, Shot Begs, Gun Cape, aad Innumerable other artl- alas can be found at - SCHMITZ & MORLEYS Out alas to keep reerytMnjr In i! i-r :r . ; lines a IraJe, an hH as the rn.:.'vor ('. ! ear euatefcefi fo'ttttf rrfrl. !.!:; n ! in . . TV pafeajae tie pulfie ia glrt DUCKIIOUT'S COLUr.iii. On 3KEenai FOR Till SUMMER TRADE B. B. BUCKHOUT. AT III3 NEW STAND, Saginaw Block, NOIITII WATER 8T Has received this Fall aa unusually large as sort went of A. JEl 3D TV -A. DPL E , ' Stores, Iron, Steel, 1 NAILS, CUTLERY, GLAS3, AXES OF ALL KINDS, CABLE CHAINS 111 IX SAWS ej Cross-Cut Saws, BUTCHER'S MILL SAW FILES, Rub ber and Leather Belt ing, Sliorels, Hoes, Spades, Farming Imfle-I- ents, Japunnt-d Ware, Bake ties, Camp F'quipmenta, Iron Kettlrs. Hatchets, Frying Pans, Halter Chains, Wooden Ware, Iron and Steel of all kinds for Blacksinithinir, Holts, Nuts, Screws, Tacks.Kaila, Files, Rr,Hre-3hoe Haspn.Sive! Springs, an4 Shell tkeins fur Buggies and Wag. ons, 1W Hinges Gate HinKcs, Sud Irons, Log Chains, Traee Chains, Carpenters' Tools, Souares, Trowels, Buck Saws, Pitch Forks, and other Farming Tools, Pocket Knires, Table K eyres and Forks, Ka or, Scis sors, Ac, All kinds of Gnn Filing. Pntent Wads, Copper FUfks, Sh.t poucher. Pereusaion Caps, aad Bullet Moulds, Horae Car Is, lloisa Brushes, WreiM-hos, Shoe Knives, Ccop- rs To.ln, Pnk Shi'srs, Taih.rs' fbears, Buttonhole Cutters, Lroijtting. SHELF HARDWARE j SAWS, CARPEXTETf IDOLS. CUTLERY, LERY, IX)OR TKIUM1NUS. SCREWS, OF ALL SIZES, AC. IfliilWFACTKJRlIVO COPPER, A ItD SHEET IRON WARE, CF ALL KINDS. Mnntilm turod toor lcr, vl the best mu'erlal, and in a tun-Kin, inline innnner Stoves put i,p, Pi l.tl I, K ivr Trnu?li. ni l Wiiler Cnndm iii. iii"! i.I up. I'ftnirn,; prfunjt'y ntu-n-IcT M !: ! iic Im-ijs LitiN- or fitt-l with Bumvpi ni.;l h i l'(ipj i)i Vwn-'li" iii-.lc in iiny -!'( I ni-, I i.ti, l.i .mo !,;( 1 r hi v.tli 1 1 1 e- I .-M:.l lirt;..i -,s f..r C -. -: I i . ; s : V I'l.jc. i.i the j i'.'i,.. r...nri l-i i.v i.. lvi..r.to, .i,d ; 1 g r. Cjumdii. tliic I ri'rt ! of uitHLuiiicu I'Ufiut uni t pK iuptl; uud we'l. TX23L mS7UmGL17G A Complete Assortment of everything usually called for In tba line of Tin Ware, always on hand. Aleo, Sheet Iron and Copper ware. a. jtuZjIj sxocic ojt BE ASS KETTLES, POKCELAIX KETTLES, PUESERYK CANS, TEA AND COFFEE CANS BREAD BOXES, AND GENERAL PANTRY FIXTURE. Particular Attention It Invited to an Excellent Assortment ol STOVES fob all rur:rosi, 01 La to & Excellent Patterns. COOKING, PARLOR, ALL OF UEST QUALITY f Rudsia and common Pipo WITH ALL RKCEISAtr riXTCRtl, READY FOR FITT1WC UP AT ONCE. A COMPLETE AESORTMETfT Of erarythle asaally to I e found iu any Hard w.t. Ikti'lh- a. m, last or Mrt.siLtHi ad '!.; ti i nu lis tn iiltLf to the l-Mit ewr I sm if rt. -t lmt' and Vnoufm larv, KirU.n;, :' ; - .l 1 rri t.jr, - J 1 elaty ft.and al i 'I'.r:, whwre I sneH It har-y as all tim to wet M va"tArnefs aad new. Past petroaare fTalaratry MtuasWwil . . RlXKHtET, CMt faaswex, I, 1CJL 18 64 WHOLESALE RETAIL. THE GOOD NEWS! NEW AXD EXTENSIVE JOBBING HOUSE AND RETAIL STORE COMMEROIAL BLOCK. The New Brick Store, Foot of Gtntttt Strttt, old it and of N. W. Cltxrk : Co., PILED FULL OF GOODS FOR THE '63. SUMMER TRADE. '64. BUSS, JANES & CO,, At the New Brick Store, on the Dock, foot of Genesee Street, have now a COMPLETE STOCK OF NEW GOODS For Wholesale and.Retai! Trade, consisting of Staplo & Domestic Dry Goods AND Dress Goods OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Pcady-Made Clothing, FURNISHING GOODS j BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CArS. uuocLPir.s axd rnorisioxs, Among which mey be found " TT. AS. PORK, tol l EE, Fl.-il, feVCARS, SALT, ' SYRUPS, LITTER, , . Firms, . LARD, CHEESE. SOATS, and a great rariety of othjr articles. Also, Paints and Oils, GLASS, YANKEE NOTIONS, Int Snginaw Salt A General Mitcellaneout Attortment Of almost every rariety of C3r O O D S REQUIRED IN TUTS MARKET, AND All New and Freeh Particular Attention is Called To our stovk of TEAS fc V a hura an excol'crtiui.ply of these aitleW, and cuu blfurd to sell at sm-h rates ttinf we hnra no tar of Kointtitlon AUo, In lha line of "Boots and Shoes, Wo Are fully storked with goods of Eastern luiiPitfiictiire, ani eteollent quality, for all ages and condition ot people, all bought at a very low figure fur eah, au will be aod eorresond ingly low. Tobncco, Clears, &c. A full supply, and of prima quality. Also a general assortment of Li quota of All Kinds. COMB AND SEE US. Wa Inrile all to call, examine onr Goods, aad ascertain the prices. No charge fr showing jphmI iM- answering questions. Wa hare estali lished ourselrrs permanently in thiseity, and onr f.M ilities fr trade are fully aqua I to thpseof any i.f iur nelghlors. BaT" TERMS, CASH Coerarry prtMlaea ef all Wods taken ia at. enspx lef goods. . IBLLSS, JANEJAOO, FURNITURE. The Eabaeribera now offer for tela at tk CITY A VOTION STORE large aod wall selected stoekj of fu nn ituhe, . Cuoalstlaf ! part of - SOFAS, TETK-A-TETES, LOCKQES, SOV'A SKAT ROCKERS, BUREAUS, TADLK. CENTF.R 7 A BLXS, BED STEADS, C1L4IK3, DED noon OCTO ! Wkst Nets, Hal IUekf, Looking Glosses . Ifattranea aad PUlowa. IdonUlnga. Picture Frames Hade to Order. In short, ererythlng in Ihe furniture line. Ad ditions are inde to this stock of Hoods eseh weak, and parties desirous of purchasing Furni ture will Cud it for their interest to call here be fore purchasing elsewhere. . . CD. BLISS 4 CO Aag. 1st, 18C4. S6Uy NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS, NEWGOODS! East Store Crouso Block. Crouse, Wicklein & Co., Are now opening aa entirely New Stock o General Mervhandife ia the East Store, Crouse Vicnesce Street, Mock, EAST SAGINAW Their Stock consists of a large and wll select ed variety of Domertlo and Staple ConsWtirg of Silks and Dress floods, Prints, r reneb and Englirh Merinos, Delain, Oerages, Wind and Cotton Flannels, Mlttenr, 0 lore and Hosiery, Deninis, Straws, utinetts, Cloths and CiiKsimtrs, Drown and llleoibed Sheetings and Shirtings, Checks, Linseys and riuids, Grain lings, Toweling, TaMe Linen, Napkins, Table Covers, Striped TUking, Burlaps, Ac. White Ooodf and Fancy Gixxlt in great rariety, Cam brics, Lawns, Check Cambrics, Cartai" Drajiery, Wall and Window Taper. CROCKERY & GLASS-WARE A large and beautiful variety of Lamps, Look ing II lasses, Cbamkar eetts, common and fine Taole Catlery, common and silver Forks and Sons, Kgg Whiys and Uasteys, Pocket Knives, Shears, Scissors, Ao., with a general variety of Yankee Notfe.ns, as Pius, Needles, Thread, lict tons, Ac. Drers Trimmings, Ladies' Gloves and Hosiery in great variety. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Jeckets, Orerulls. Merino Shirts and Drawers, Unary Ri)J Drers, Hats, Caps, Fur Goods, Euck ilittsns and Gloves. HARD -VKT-A-PtDE. Cast Steel and Silver Steel A les, Nails, various kinds of Shelf Hardware, Ae , Ae. Groceries and Provisicns, A large and fresh assortment of Ooffeea, Teas Ku.rnra AIiilmaM XrniM fiturrm Mltmtui front 1 Oils. Drug and Mediciuea, tub, fruit, Dried Apples, l)ried Plums, , Ae. Kerosene Lamps, Chimneys and - 1 WickS. B 27"! bete floods were bonght for cash, by an exwricnced bnycr, and at great advanlsga eon sidcring the precarious state of the inarkct. They will le offered at a very small advance from coot. All tboee having purchases to make, and the public generally aro respectfully invited to eall and examine Goods and l'rlees bifore purchaaing elsewhere. CROt'SE, WICKLIEN CO. East Paginaw, Jan 1st, 1864. Cheap for Cash ! ! NEW ANDRELIABLE GROCERY & PROVISION STORE. Gage A Jones' New Block, corner of Lapeer and Jefferson Streets. Has Just opened a Fresh and well Selected Stock of Groccrlc, Pioviion. Futiillx Kiipllra, AcH Ac, Floor and Feed, Coffees, Teat, Sugars Fish, and all kinds of standard (iroceries Ilis Goods were puschnsed at the lowest market rates, and will I a sold for CASH, aa cheap as tho cheapest lie Lis also made arrangements for nMaiuing conunt and fresh supply of Fresh Putter, t'ggf. Fruits, Potatoes, and all kinds of ! COUNTRY PRODUCE, The TnMic aro invited to exsui'ne Lis stock i and prices. Kust Saginaw, Dec. 9, IFC3. Goods delivered t) any purt of the City free of cWge 226 J. B. R. QRAVIER, iMPOrJEn OF ALL KINDS OF LIQUOKS, BRANCH FROH-DETROIT. WHOLESALE t RETAIL. licks' New Iliick Block, Next Door to Post OrTlce, wasiiixgtom st n err, 237. JgST SAGIKAW. OEND yoamrders fjr Sheet Maeicsnd yoa. O are sure to get them, free of pottage, oo ra cop 0 uiajket arieo, , p. r. en cEDitoi Co. AsFLTSLiliTTaT ef leporUd boogkt bf0 the Ute advanoa 1 . j . oz:cp I Cm New Jewelry Store. i v j s 0 .. 2 Clusto and Elegant Jorrelrje FIN12 SILT Hit & PLATED "W AEH H. IX PROCTOR, IIjJ recently evened New Jawalry Establish ment the tmilJing oeenpied by Fritall firoa eppoelte the BaAcrwft House, Uea aee) Street, whera he offers for aaJo superb assortment at Fafihionablo Jewelry Of the latest style aad roost exqolsite workmnn sLip. SILVER AND PLATED VARE, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, CLOCKS, PEBBLE and PERISCOPIO GLAS SES, FANCY GOODS, and a large and attractive assortment of other ankles pertaining to thia line of trade. ENGRAVING, REPAIIXINC, Our personal attention given to Watch Bepariog and Engraving. Watches regulated by on of the beet Clocks in the City. Hair Jewelry, Of all stylos and patterns manufactured to order. Call and lea my stock, which ia tho fiaest ever offerod In this city. The celebrated Ameriesn Watches, the best in the world, sold at lower prices than at any other establishment in this eity. A share of publie patronage is solicited. 11. 1L PROCTOR. East Ssglnaw, Jan. 18C4. 332 1 y MILLINERY. A Superb nnd Vath Ion able Stock of MILLINERY GOODS 3 BONNETS, HATS &G.J AT iir MILLINERY EMPORIUM, "Washington Street, onpoBito Bancroft Xluuse, East boginaw. CLOAKS & CLOAK MAKING. Dress Making. The Ladies of Kat Saginaw and Vicinity are respectfully notified that I have employed the service f an acmplihed and experienced Dress Maker, aLo will never fail to give entire tatiaf action. WORSTEDS- T havo also added to my extensive assortment of lints, Millinery Goods and Clor.ks. a vast amount of ZEPIUK WORfcTLD, Double, Kng liih and Fplit I also have a great variety of PII.K 1UHUONS, and all kinds of DKLSS TR1M.M1N(!S. MRS. K n HAMMOND. Knst Saginaw, Oct 21, 1863. 219y RICE, MORRIS & CO., e MSRCHAITTS, RallrCad &. f ranSDOrtatiOH AgfilltS u EAST MAGI. AW, niCII. SXALrx IX Grain, Provisions, Water Lime, Plaster, Fire Brick, Ftro Clr, c Property Reeeived in Store for Sale or Shipment. Will give personal attention to the Sale and Purchase of I'roduco and Merchandise on Com inlfwUm Liberal Cash Advances made on Con slgninentaeTji Warehouse and Pock, Water Street, formerly known as " Dirrh Run Dock." Refer to all L'ankers, and Business Men gene rally. 229ly FREY BROTHERS DEALERS IN SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY) SHEET MUSIC, PAl'ER HANGINGS, YANKEE NOTIONS, FANCY ARTiCLLS, &c. waaasta-iM book: binders And niauk Hook Mauulactvrcre. Toy-,! ToiH Toys!!! Tha largest and Rest Variety of Toys, in East Saginaw. Also, a splendid' variaty of artlclos fur Holiday Presents. Water Street, opposite Silsl-ee's Furniture Store, 221 East 8girew Mich Intelligence Office. A SO GENERAL AGENCY. This Company beg leave to state to the Publio that tbey hva oned so Inteliigopcx Dff.ce and Guuersl Agency In Hiom 4, lit JJtock, Thru Door touU) of tht rot (Jfict. Onr motive is to fumUh men and help for all wha may fovor as with their patronage If men oannot be fvand In this vicinity, w propose going ti Can'idit and other taints in order th' t we m.iy ba abU to engage all the necessary help that Insiness men generally require, Our Term will be ITIodrrntf P. S. We are also prepared lo fitni-bed Flat Pino, Sqnare Tim'er, l.uuiler and f tides, oa the shortest notice, at Ci'.;t. l.roertou's Jlsyou, nit&f Y. P. Sears A Co 'a Mill. 0. A. GOCLP A CO. East Saginaw, July, 13C4, IHOIIEYT0 L0A1I. MONEY to loan for a tern of jeers an Mort, gsges apon improved far.yii ia this wioi, ty. Enqnlro at IUukltu Off-e ol 0V:O. L. U RBOWS, Jsn 13, l;Cs. 33Jlf gsgiuaw City Mick WILLIAII O. DIETZ CAHPENTERand BUILDER. WATER 1REET DUTWEEK 1ENESEE ANU GtKMAN STKEETS. . IS NOW rreoared ejecate all kinds cf work a pertaiallg In tho trsde llsviega lonj and varied eijerince In all branches of the business and a good stotk of seasoned lather on bead, I am eotfl lent my work will pleas all whe tin) faor me with their patrufceja. PlnasaiKl spoetflcatiows draaa to order. fTT'Resideneo on -Jefferson street, erpxv'to ifco prwry - . ' ' tauSawTwsw.Vsf U. & OLD PRICES HAVE PASSED AVAY ! I i. .. MEDICINES, STTJPFS, CHOICE PTIEE BEANDYi GENUINE LIQUOR t OF ALL KINDS. . JB TJRNING FLUID, &.C., &C, AC. Will be sold for cash as cheap as they can ho Bought 1 ' for Cash in tho State, at . .1 . Friz el lo Brothers. NO. 3, HESS BLGCIC At the Old Stand of IT. S. LTXSS. ; News I IMevG ! I new, mm, new surruES. At tha former stand of E. A. IIOCQ II, Genesee Street, 1st door East of KxcLars Clock J.wt Sagmaw, Uiukigan. HOUGH & FOX, ' HAVING A?SCMFP the management of tho above well known ertablishnient, cell pnllU attention to their Uige and excellent tUmk ei LIGHT GROCERIES, BUTTER, EGGS, LARD, FAMILY SUPPLIES, Confectioneries, Iraitt, Vegetable?, ITermotrically Scaled Fruits, Pickles, LoUUrs, Claws, Ae., Worcestershire Sauce, Catnap. Spices, and Gcueral culioaxy suppliui s&d lul ishes, Ae., Ac. FRESn OYSTEES & CLAMS, Furnished ia any quantity desired. Cigar nnd Tobacco of the very Dent quality. Wa are AgsuU for tho eitle of the celeLratel KELLY ISLAND GRAPES In this section, and shaM keep on hand, at all times a full supply, which we wilt sell ai very low figures. Rj" Uoods delivered to Customers k any part of the city, freo of charge. K. A. 1101" till. rox. Kast Saginaw, Oct. 13, 1EC3. :i3 WHO WANTS? Who wsnts prime lambs-wool anderaLLrla, Or splendid Drawers or Tloee, Who wanU Silk Packet IlandkendwaSl Or Cambrio if they choee 1 Who wants a snow-white Llaon jthlrt The texture superfine, Who wants a killing necktie Tho shirt-collar to entwine 1 Who wants a (tylUh Coat or Veet, Of any shape or shade ? Who wants a hsnd.xe pair of Pasta As god aa ever were made 1 Who wants a Crst-rato Or reoM To ward oi l a inters ck A 'Ra2lan,,fcor "McClellan," "Eung-np" or whnt you will, Who wants Scarfs, S!iwls, GIotos, Gauntlet Suspcrderi or Valise, Trunks, Carpet Bg, or aught that teod Gents comfort to increase. To Marks far-famol Tower Hall, ' ' . Should hi th la a trice, And know that he a tuj ptlei" Prime Clothing at Low co. H , , TO II AR i ClOtlllrtcr nnd fJnwit'a Vietnlahlsr Good IJinporlnvi. Genera Street, oppcuto Ui laocrvft Ilousa. Past Sugiuaw Mich. " ' J. W. GILBERT 8c CO., MANUFACTURERS OP " Composition Rcofa, and IlooCnj Materltv Also BUCK JAPAN VARHISH, "L'OIl painting all kinds of iron work, such s n railroad bridges, car .trucks, steam lolrs, sheet Iron rhln.ney$, tin and iron roof, eeve t roughs, shutters, window etij.S audsHls, voi"' fen-es, agricultural iitiileuici.t( mUl C'ftlrh,aV( anchors, ahntns, tfo, hulls of veli e. - 1 t ' This varnl-h Is IV ibonpcst sod most (urai .o, et'ng for inn work now iu wy, 'can 1 a ep flied oy eny itej-eriecoc 1 TcrM)o. A liberal discount to todo. MLifWs lent when ro qnircd. Orders addrefo4 vs4 ltoxf33,r.l rceoir prcropt atteniioa. Factury na.tr earner cf Lamed anj roorth treats, OSce. 51 JeTcrron avcntc Lotrcit 2Wtf THE DESIRE Saginaw Valley- CHOICE FAMILY Green anil Illrtck Teslj COXSTAK TL Y OX 1IAKD, And for a!o by , , Cfpcno Cl Brothorf ' z n o c E ii p , Di DOOR EAST Ot CfTy STEA& WLS. OencMi PtreoL last fag In aw.' CLOCl'3, this day roe;trsaTf'W is'ft rta4 by 1 T . E. IXrvV"U.