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Viz patch to tho Associated Pross. Nlw Youk, Nov. 'JO. An Atlanta dispatch of tlio 10th, to tho Jleralt, mentions tho arrival of an scain-tl Union pmonur from AnJer Konvillo, who confirms tho fetatomcnts of rtbd atrocities towards priso ners, and who also btntos, that in traveling through Georgia, ho found tho harvests had been gathered. Tho barns and warehouses wero tilled, and but very few rebel soldiers in tho in teibr, bhowing thero was plenty to BubsUt an army upon, while but littlo renistanco enn bo olTerwd. Tho last Irain from Atlanta bound North, was to havo left Atlanta on tho 11th. Tho only troops in Atlanta on the 10th wcro Slocum'a Corps. A (Chattanooga correspondent of tho Hti-ahl dating l'tth, bays ho has just arrived from Atlanta. All the arse nal's, foundries und rolling hlotk in Atlanta had been destroyed. All tho factories, mills nnd foundries fiom C'hutanonga to Atlanta, anl bov eral miles beyond, aro de; troyed. Another uceount fsays Shormou had hi Iieadijuaitfrs on Monday last at Kingston, with tho 11th Corps. Ho had issued an order, telling tho troop t'.ioy wcro about to pass through a country hereto foro unoccupied by ci ther army, and thoy were expected to subsist on tho country, taking all tho horses and mules within their reach. Tho 11th Corps was tho rear guard of Sherman's army, moved from King fctou on Monday last. . Tho railroad had been g-utted nnd torn v.p, and all tho iron put beyond use, or brought to tho roar. Atlanta is no longer of military importance, and tho country for miles around it wastod beyond a possibility of sorvioo to tho rebel army. Atlanta is in ru ins, and its streets will soon po over grown with grass. For weeks trains coming north havo been filled with government stores and refugees, and tho scenes nt tho dopot thoao of con fusion and suirerin'r. A FRENCH ANECDOTE. Tho Xat'n Joune relates tho following nnccdoto: At tho commencement of tho wmtor, two journalists wero in conversation at the opera. Tho ono M. De X , is a bachelor, tho other M. Do Y , just married. Woll," said ono to tho other, "how do vou get along in your now condi tion?" "Ah! my dear, thero'is nothing like being married. You cannot imagine how happy I am. "When I am nt my work, my wife is at my bido, and at tho conclusion of each paragraph I em brace her. That is charming." "Now 1 understand," was tho hap py retort of X , "why your sen tences aro bo short." This conversation quickly, spread through l'aris, From that timo forth tho articles of Y wero consulted by tho public as tho thermometer of his conjugal felicity. For two months tho proso of M. Y was disjointed nnd epigrammat ic in shorter periods than aro to bo found in the earlier writings of Eniilo do Girardin. All tho women grow jealous of Madamo Y . But gradually tho periods elongated, Tho phrases wero moro involved, Tho paragraphs wero moro inflated, Tho honey moon was passed! . At last Madamo V opened tho journal edited by M. Y , and cast ing a rapid glanco over tho nrticlo signed with his name, cried: "What! but a biuglo paragraph in tho wholo article! Poor woman, a di vorco will most assuredly follow." Tho election of Lincoln will at least accomplish ono valuable purpose with us it will pet at rest for ever all issues but ono subjugation, or in lo jM iidence. On tho other hand, with all tho noblo spirits at his back, wo confess wo . could never contemplato the contingency of McClellan's success without an itwtitctice tfwdJcr fit th pos' ibh coiiwqncncet of tuch an event. Set vannali Ca. Hep, o1. 'Tlf reflection, when it has be come too one-sided, nnd too domineer ing over a deeply feeling heart, is apt to lead us into errors in our treatment of others, it gives us, on tho other hand, tho power of looking everything in tho face, of supporting tho most dreadful prospect, und maintaing our equanimity ; but ho who has neglected to cultivate this power, and always lived exclusively in imagination and direct perception, with theso facultios nourished by an interchange of every thought and feeling with enothor, is, when a groat calamity befalls him, robbed of his wholo wealth, and in capablo of replacing it. j2I"Now Orleans papers of tho 12th, confirm tho statement concern ing an attempt of tho captain of tho captain of tho gunboat Rattler to sur render his vessel to tho Jobels,. llo was to receive ono hundred bales of cotton, $200,000 in greenbacks, and a pass through Trans-Mississipi Depart ment to Mexico. "Wo a lmiro to bcw a follow tulio ft twtMilj cont cijjfir from'hia mouth to pruiuMo at paying livo cents for a uioniing vnver. "Why in tlio litlor L .lilio a young lmly giving away hor Bwoothcart to anotluT? l!couuse it juakns over a lover. . . A nian U liadly ofT if, in a hanl winter, ho hns chinks in his roof, and no think in hi pocket. S'iCln times of extraordinary in ternal prosperity aud great outward emergency, tho nbsenco of crreat Incn is almost as ruinous as in times of great calamity. Xulidr. T-STo moderately honest man can nay, " Other shall become poor lhat 1 may remain rich and whoev er fcays thi, to himself or aloud, is not ono whit better thana thief. w'iTOniy what tho mind drinks in with eagerness becomes thoroughly our own, bo as to form part of out bfo. It U easier to govern than to avoid beiirr governed. promise neeonling to our hopes; wo penonn npiotding to our fears. XVi: eommonly slander oftenor t'..rou;;U vauitv than malieu. i o e t -George W. Merrill, PROPRIETOR OF THE East Saginaw Foundry, AND MAC MIKE SHOP, Announce! to tho public thai tho establishment is better limn ever before prepared to meet tho want of increasing business the uJition of a LARGE IRON PLAINING MACHINE The longest anJ heavest la this part of tho flats and a 1ST IB "W LATHE, Expressly built for cutting Thread on Salt Tu bing mnl noma other uditiona to machinery liiukc tho itho fl well rupjilivj with good Tools und prepared to execute promptly hII order for nuw Mill iiml liriHt .'I'll irons, I'lougus, rumen Cauldron ami Sugar Kettles, Box Stove, Sleigh Shuts and And-lious, Brass Boxes and Composition Ousting. Forged Steel and Iron work. Tarticu lur uutit:o it hereby extendod. TO SALT MANUFACTURERS. T nm fully prepared to cut Threads on Woll Til hing, manufacture Pump i for Suit Well of Iho Rest Sample in use, nnd do all kind of iron work usually wanted at Suit Works with lin patch. All Work Will Bo Warranted, To do good business and Lo in all respoctsas represented. L?TIio Patronage of tho Public la respect fully sol'citcd. Bras and Copper bought in ex change fyr work, or paid for in cash at all time. Shop aresituntcd in 3d Word, Water street, on tho Dock, East Saginaw, Mich. Call or Address U. W. MERRILL. P. O. Box 301. L. C. STQRRS CO SUCCESSORS TO C. E. Rosendury 6c Co. Wholesale and Retail denier in GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Which they cEer to Iho trade at tho lowest mar ket prices ipotr. CASH. We would cnll tho ottoution of HOUSEKEEPERS TO OUR STOCK OK FLOUI! COD FISH, PORK, KUGAR, HAMS, TEA, BUTTER, COFFEE, EUGS, S1TCE8, MOLASSES, ScC, As also to our Cue assortment of FAMILY GROCERIESj CONSISTING OP Natural Preserved .Poaches, Tire Apples, PicklcJ LoHters; Oyctsrs; Clams; Cucumber Pickles; Trench LXubtartl; Prunes in Jars; CURRANTS, RAISINS, FIGS, io , Ac. ANDTOOUU WOOBEH TAEE, Household Imptamr iifn of nil Mnds, nnd the most I'cuutiiul pattern ol" vcrosciio Juiirnps. Ropo & Twine, Paints & Oils, MANN ILL A IN COILS j red conn i CLOTHESLINES i JIEMP PACKING : LATH 4 STAVE TWINE, LARD, WIIALr, LINSEED, LURRICATINO nnd C'ARISON OILS. CARLISLE, SMITH & CO. Leather and Findings Store Comer of Waler and Tuacola Street?, Eaut Saginaw. Always on Hand, A Tull and complete itock of LEATHER & FINDINGS Comprised in part of SPANISH AND SLAriHIITEU SOLE, IIAR KLSS AND Ll'l'LK LUAT11EK, French, Sjwlelt nnl Plunffliter Kip, French, J ui i Oak on l li vuiluck Culf II il HI'S H0, Lining, Rinding, Ronn, &a , Ac. A!m a Oenornl Aiwvttnrnt of SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS ind all kind of SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS. Our goodi will Lo oM low as nt any fri: lilnncnt in Northern Michignn, and wo elm II At all tiinrn ivll at a alight a innrgm fur rifii dualeni eljcwhcrc, Wot or Lurt. CASH FOR MIDZG, At tho Highest Market Prico. CrVRcmpml-or the 'u"o, corner of Water and 1 uncolik blrtctA, Ksift hiigtimw. CAR MLR. SMITH A CO F:t Sntfinnw, Poj t II, 1?G1. '2tfj APPI.LNMD LOT of Importud Vi.dini .iV toulit beforo tho lito adramo. R. F. CIIKKSIirtO A Co JVSTRECEI oiin Slrir. VST RECEIVED. Afino a); ( nt of Vi- R. F. CHEEfLl.0 A Co. ANOTUEi;ARUirALofthoeolol.MtdVel)ot rian.). B. F. CUBE? PRO A Co. HARDWARE, IKON, STEEL, GLASS U MJP OK IUM. Glas3 Varo & Crockery ESTABLISHMENT. Universal Farming Utensils and Seeds. CASH STORE OF SCIIHIITZ nORLEYS, IN THEIR OWN MAMMOTH 1JUILDING, Corner Genesce iND Cass Streets, EAST CAOINAVV. Every Floor, Corner nnd Shelf, lo Crammed with Goods of tho Choicest Quality, a si) GREATEST VARIETY, TO 'IT: Cast Steel, Blister Steel, German steol. Spring Steel JIKHT NORWAY NAIL HUli Ijitlco Superior Irn, Bwwlihli Iron.' lVru Iron, American Iron. d all Sixci. SHEET IRON, . LAKE SUPEKIOH CIlAlN, AMERICAN DOUBLE-LINK CHAIN. ENGLISH CHAIN. BRASS, COPPER, AND IROX WIRE, AVACOX FKEINS AND POXES, JII LS, SPOKES AXU RIMS, SHAFTS AND POLKS, Uallcablo Castings, Nutsard Washers, WincloT7 Sash and Glass Futty, Linseed Oil and Oluo. PAINTS OF JTuTj COLORS, Varnishes, BLOCK TIN, SPELTER, LEAD, Eaboit BXctaL SAWS AND FILES OF EVE11Y DESCRIPTION. CUT, CLINCH, SHEAIITINQ NAILS, PI JESSED AND HAM IEHED U.S. NAILS, Cut atiJ Wrought Spikes, Finishing, C;i8in, IIarrt-1, 'Clout and Gimp 'Nail and Tacks, Turnera', Coopers', Mawins', r.lackmithi,l M chiuUta' and Painters' Tool. Great Mtnrtuinnt of Axm, .WaAgct, Pcntl Rin Door, Cupboanl, Iirawcr, Chest, Trunk nnd Pud Looks, I'titti nnd Screw, and Puildcra' JIunlai Oencrully. Harness & Coach Trimmings, Whimo trees and Neck-Yokes. Gong, Homo nnd Tea Pcol, Force, Suction and I'ucket Pumps, Lend nnd Zino' l'ij. SalUM'ell and Wooden TuLing. Prtiphuii of nil kind, , Cordage, Onkum and Hump Pmkinj, Ruber Packing, Giiinut Hpd l!'lting, liny, PlHtfonn, Counter and Ten Scalef, Jtmliine, Cnrringe, Fira and I'low Fiolt, and Log Screw i, STOVE'S, TIN & SHEET IRON WARE, TABLE k TOCKET CUTLERY, a Lnrge A.ortmcnt of HOUSE FUliNISHING GOODS CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE, Keroaona Lamra, Lnnterns, And Kfrocne Oi P.iiliy Cril, Carta nnd Toja, Tin cshing. luowing & Weed sawing Machines. Horse and Dog Powcra, Plowa. Cultlvntors, Ilnrrowa, Corn Plnntcra, Field and Garden Roller. IIy Cutterii, lloea Crdlea, Srjthe, liny Foiki, Prajj and Culti Tntor TeetlivOrdi-n nnd Flower foel., Guna and Gun Trimning., Towdcf FltfUi, Shot P.iii?, Gun Ci , and innnnieriilde ether artl . rlaa can Lo found at SCiiMiTZ & MORLSYS Obr nim to keep ererythinc in tho rarlou lin?a f trnde, na well ai the en lenvor to ilcne i ur customer in every repject, flin'.l not eeno Tho r-atronnga f the rullio in general I to'.hitcj. BCIIMITZ fc JIOULEYS. BUCKIiOUT'S COLUMN. On 3E3:o,xxci FOR 1IIE SUMMER TRADE B. B. BUCECKOUT. AT HIS NEW STAND, Saginaw Block, NORTH WATER ST Ilni received tbla Fnll an vnuaually large aortiuent f KC. ID "W -A- HE, Stoves, Iron, Steel NAILS, CUTL'tiixlY, GLASS, AXES OF ALL KINDS, cacm: c:i:;s mull saws Cros.s-Cut Sa-v:j, BUTCHER'S MILL PAW TILSS, Ruh b'or nnri Leather Uelt Jn,"?, (Shovel.', Hots, jlpndiji, Ftirinipf Imj.Ie tt triyf, J.ipiunerl ".V.irc, Las ) "'tlv, Ciuip Euip!iievt, Ton Kettle. Hatirhelx. 1'ijinn Pnn, Hiilter Chnins, Wooden Wre, Iron nnd rtc 1 of nil kimlx for Illai kKiuiiltin-, Itiltji, 'ut , Si-rrwn, Tin kn.Naiic, Fill-, l:r.i.,llorH-fiiJ Hnj K.Strtd spring, Mid Shell Kkeiiu for Pun;" and g on, iHtnr Jiinyei (into lli.!rn, 8 i I rout, Lor Chnina, Trnce Chiiinnj Cnrp-i twrV Toola, Fiu:upj, Trowel, Puck gawa, Pitch Porki, njid other Furipin, Tculj, PK'kct Kiiivoa, TuMe Knivci ftiid Fork, l'.a iora, i'-'i'ti-tort, Am., All kind of Gun Fixing, Patent AVrd, Cupper Flunk, Shot poui he, PtnciifdU.ij Caj,, nbd Pullet Moiddx, II irtr (".iro'.H, HutbO PrUKne, Wrci.i he,fthoo . Jvnive, Co- iri' Tool, pnnT: Fbenr, THilorit' Shear, Euttoiiholo Cutter, EverytL'r. SHELF IIAREWAIlEj 8AW55, CARPENTER' TOO LS, CUTLERY, iKKtlt TRIM.VI.'iGtf, SCREWS, OF ALL SIZii.-, iC. 171 Aft ttFACT URIri G COPPER, TIIST, ANI seet ieoh wase, OF ALL KINDS. Mimufnctured to order, of the best niaterhil, and in rorkmnnlike iniiuner. Stove put up, Pipe fitted, Eavo Trough und Water Conductor nmdo and put up, Repairing promptly attended to Kerncene Lamp innde, or Ctted with Kurno.a and Chi nine J Camping Uteueil ru.de iu nny dcoircd style, Luoibcruicn Cited out with all t entlal article for C'ilirniy Purixv In t'' wood; Zino ISonrd tor tovc uiado lo order, at'd everything required in ILU branch of uieihauica buiineu done prvtipt!y and well. Tin 'JWUlTG A Complete Aortnient of eferything nsually culled for in the line of Tin Ware, always on band. Alxo, (Sheet Iron and Copper ware. A. lUI.T BTOC1C OF PRAPS KETTLES, PORCELAIN KETTLES, PRESERVE CASS, TEA AND COFFEE C A N H, BREAD POXES, AND . GENERAL PAN TRY FIXTURES. Particular Attention Ii invited to an Excellent Aorlmectol STOVES FOR ALL PURPOSES, Of Lato & Excellent Patterns. COOKING, PARLOR, It ALL OFtJiST QUALITY Russia and common Fipo WITH ALL RECmSAIir FIXTCREB, READY FOR FITTIUC UP AT 0KCE. A COMrLETE ASSOKTI.IENT Of everything unn1ly be found In any Ilnrd wart F.htitblirhiiii'i t, 1'iift r We.t, with the ad lit ion of articlr in ttli nt to the lti.incicr Linn bermir. Salt Poring and Manufacture, Fihing, Ilnnline and IrMi l ing, ill alwny be found at tny Store, where I uliall he hnppy a nil time to meet oU cii'tntr erf and new. Pat pntronags gratefully acknowledged R R. BUCKIItUT. Et Saginrw.Aug, I, 1C2I. 1864. WHOLESALE -A.isrr RETAIL. THE GOOD NEWS! NEW. AND EXTENSIVE JOBBING HOUSE AND RETAIL STORE COMMEROIAL BLOCK. Tho New Brick Store, r?ot of Gtnttct Elrttt, old itand N. Y. Clark & Co., riLEl) FI'LL OF G00D3 FOR THE 'G3. suiansa teade. 4. BLISS, JAK'ES Cc CJ., At the New fiick Store, on t!.e LVx.lt, foot of Genesee Siict, hare now a COMPLETE STOCK OF NEW GOODS For VLolcsalu nn-l,RcUil Trado, confuting of Staplo & Domestic Dry Goods AND I)rcss Goods OF ALL DESCniPTIOXS. Beady-Hade Clotliing, FURNISHING GOODS j P00T3 AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS. GR 0 CLVJES AND FT. 0 rSIOXS, Anions wLii li uiay be found TEA.', PORK, COFFEU, FI.'II, KfARS, J5AI.T, SYM'IT, Pl'TTEn, F1U ITft, LAK!, CHEESE, BOAVS, and a great variety of othor articles. Alo, IPaints and Oils, GLASS, YANKEE NOTIONS, Kast Saginaw SnlU A General MitctUaneou Aitoriment Of almott e?ory Tltrlcty of Gr O 0 X S REQUIRED IN THIS MARKET, AND All PJevv and Fresh Particular Attention is Callod To our ftock of TEAS & SUGAR, We Iiato an excellent upply of thce article, and cun afford toell at ucli rateathnt we have no foar of competition. Al?o, in the line of Boots and Sliocs, We are fully ftocked with "good of Entern mnnufiicturo, an I excellent quality, for nil nge and roiiditioua of pxopln, all l.oiij;ht at k rery low flifiire fur each, aua will Le old oorrcpond ingly low. Tolmcco, Cigars, cc. A full upply, and of prime quality. Also a general argument of Liquors of All Kinds. COME AIID SEE US. We Invite all to call, esnmine our Goods, and axcertttln the price. J' charge for allowing iMMlxor anowering qacMinn. We hnve etah li.ihcd ourelve perinNnently In thi city, and our fm ilitiea for trade are fully equalto thoot of any of oar neighbor. R7 TERMS, CASU.nrj Country produce of all kind taken la ex chnnge for goods. IBLI53, JASE3 A CO. Fait ?inaw, Jj. 1, IfGI. FURNITURE Tbt Subscriber! dow offer furtalo at lb CITY AUCTION STORE large and well selected stocks of FU Rtl ITURE, Conkldting in part of SOFA?, TETE-A-TETE, LOUNGES, FOFA SKATROCKKRS, Ul'ltEAl'S, TAPLES, CENTER TA RLES, RED STEADS, CHAIRS, BED ROOM OETC I What Nots, Hat Racks, Looking Glasses Muttrastes and Pillows.- Moul Jings. Picture Frames Made to Order. In short, everything in the furniture line. Ad dition are tntde to this stock of Good eiich week, ami nartlva uVolrous of nurchfing Furni ture will Dud it for their intercut to call here be fore purchasing ebewbere. C. D. BLISS A CO. Aug. 1st, 18G4. 2CIIy NEW"GOODSl NEW GOODS, NEWGOODS! Et StoreCrwiso Bla:li Crouso, "Wiclilin & Co., Are row opening an entirely Now Stock o General Mercbanduo in tho East Store, Crouie Ucnesee gtreot,Ulock, ElST SAGINAW Their Stock conls of a large and wcllseloct cd varioty of Douicftio aud Etnple Consisting of Silks nnd Dres Ooodrf, Trints. French and English Merinos, Doluina; Bcrnges, Wool and Cotton Flannel, Mitten.i.Hilovo nnd Hosiery, Dcaiui, Ftripe, fr'ntinett, Cloths and Ciim-imers, Prpwn and lllccched Sheeting and Fhirting, Check, Lineys nnd Plnids, tJrain Pag, Toweling, Table Linen, Napkin, Talde Cover, f'triped Ticking, Rurlap, Ao. White Good and Fancy Goods in great variety, Cum l.rie, Lawn, Chock Cambrics, Curtain Drapery, Wall and Window Paper. CROCKERY &XLASS-WARE A large nnd beautiful variety of Lamps, Look ing (jliivxes, Chamber Sclt. common and One Tanle Cutlery, ctnnnion and" silver Forks and fIMKins, Egg Wbiy nnd Pxiintey, PK-ket Knives, ISlicnr, Scinrs, Ac, with a general variety of Ynnkeo Notion, as Pin, Nocillc, Thread, Lot ton, Aa. Dres Trimming, LadicV Gloves and lluhiery in great variety. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Jacket, Overall, Merino Fhirts nnd Drnwer, Iloavy Pihed Drawer, lLits, Caps, Fur Good, Puck Mittens and Gloves. ttJTZJD W Jrl IE- Cast Steel nnd Filvor Steel Axo, Nail, rarious kinds of Shelf Hardware, Ac, Ao. Groceries and Provisions, A hirge and frei-li assortment of Coffees, Ten, Kujar, Midnu, Syrup, Spice, Siilerutu, Coal Oih, Dru! nnd Mc liiiue, FiBh, Fruit, Dried Appks, Dried Plums, Ac, Ao. Kercsrcno Lamps, Cliimneys and Vicks. BJ"The!o Goods were lionglit for crndi, Ly nn experienced buyer, nnd nt grcnt nilvnntngo con sidering tho prccurloudftyteof the market. They will be oQcred at n very small advance from cot. All tin me bavin) purchases to make, and the public goncrnlly aro rcHpoi tfulIy invited to enll and exaiuiuo Goods and Prices before purchasing elsewhere. CROFSE, WICKLIEN A CO, Enst Fnginnw, Jan. 1st, 1864. Cheap lor :asli ! ! NEW AND lELIABLE GROCERY & PROVISION STORE. Gngo A Jon on' New Plock, comer of Lapeer and Jefferson Streets. lias jiiKt opened a Fresh nnd well Scloctod Stock of Urocerl, riovIlon ramlly Supplie s ArM Ac, Flour and Feed, Coffpps, Tens, SugaraFlsh, nnd all kind of stamlard Groceries. Ilia Ooos wore pa clmscd nt tho lowest market rates, nnd will be sold for CASH, a chenp as the cheapest, lie has alxo .made .arrangement for obtaining contant and fiesh supply of Fresh Putter, Egg, Fruits, Potatoes, and all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE, The Public are lnvitod to examine his stock and price. " EoKt Saginaw, Dec. P, I8G3. Goods dolivcred to any part of tho City free of ehnrge. 226 Oity FOB SALE! fpiIE Sulcri1er offers for sale, on rearonallo X terms, to actual settlers, Two Hundred and Seventy-Five LOTS, In Lis addition to the City of East Snginnw Theso Iit are eligibly located ior residences, nnd will be disposed of on rensnn- aole terms to pa i tics desiring to occupy thrj. For triii of sain or any other informr,,,, eerning th propn rty, enquire of tb' nndnrslgned nt hi iflice in the Exshange ho't LHstSogiuaw, Mil h Dated Aog 1, 1GG4 WILLIAM N. LITTLE. Livery Establishment j a. w. CMTi:.q v co.t AT their New and Extensive Stables, ot Washington Street. EAST 8AG1NAW, MICHIGAN 1 Live. ono of the "'Pest Livery Establishments in tke Wet. Family "turn outs" Horses nod Uuegies, Sdl Horse, and "rigs" of all styles, tingle or four te stx horses, promptly fitted nut. NEW AND IN STYLE. Everything about the estnblihhment Is In good thnpe, tidy new and of late style. Horse always in good condition nnd carriages and IIr noe nest and tidy. JtKAPUNAlilE RATE!?! ' only, charged in all instance, and the utmost pmns tnken to give entire satisfaction to all cus tomers. A IV. CJATCS Ai Co. East Saginaw, Ang. 6, lb6J. New Jewelry Store. Chaste and Elegant Jewelry. FINE SILVER & PLATED WARE. H. R. PROCTOR, Flas recently opened a New Jewelry Establiiih nientln the building occupied by Fritulle Pros., opjiosite the Pnncroft llonso, Gen esee Street, where he offers for sule a superb assortment ef Fashionable Jewelry, I Of the latest style anil most exquisite workman ' ship. SILVER AND PLATED WARE, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, CLOCKS, PEBPLE and PERISCOPIC GLAS gi; FANCY GOODS, nnd a large and attractive BftPurtinei: otner articles pertaiuing to thi line of trado. KNGII UEPAIUICJ, r i .;-n to Watch Renurinir and Engraving. Watches reful"''! by one ef tbe best t'lm ks in tne tny. - I-Iair tJowelry, Of all stylos and patterns manufactured to order. Call nnit see my stock, which is the finest ever offered in this city. The celebrated American Watches, the best in the world, sold at lower prices than at any otbor establittbment in this city. A ahare of publio patronage is solicited. 11. R. PROCTOR. East Saginaw, Jan. 1BG4. 332ly ilLLINERY. A Superb and Fashionable Stock of MILLINERY GOODS j BONNETSj HATS &C.j AT MY MILLINERY EMPORIUM, "Washington Street, opposite Bancroft House, East baginaw. CLOAKS & CLOAK MAKING. Dress Making. The Lndiesof Ent Fnginnw nnd Vicinity are respectfully notifiod thnt I have employed the services of an accomplished nnd experienced Dress Maker, who will never fail to give entire satisfaction. WORSTEDS. I have also added to my extensive assortment of Hat, Millinery Good nnd Clonks, vast amount of ZEPHYR WORSTED, Doublo, Eng lish and Split. Ial.sohave a great variety of SILK UllilUJNS, and all kinds of D II ESS TRIMMINGS. MRS. E. G HAMMOND. East Snglnaw, Oct 21, 18(13. 2 19 y R.em OT7"stl ! LEIDLEIN & BURGER Have removed their ISoot :ui1 Shoe Sose, To the 2d door east of tho Everett House, Genesco street, where they havo on hand a NEW AND EXCELLENT STOCK OF BOOTS, SHOES, Gaiter, Slipper, Shoes for Children's wenr, Ac, and all of the bust material, nnd nro con stantly receiving new work of tho LATEST STYLES I The best of Workmen nnd the bent of Materials are to be found at this establishment. COUNTRY MERCHANTS, Lumbermen, and everybody, will find it profita ble to call at our Store. We hnve now on hand the best and most exten sive assortment of good in our line ever offered in this market, and DEFY COMPETITION from any quarter. MANUFACTURING Carried on in all Its branches and all work of our own make warranted. Our facilities in this re spect are unsurpassod by any establishment in tho North West. East Saginaw, Aug. 1, 11. FREY BROTHERS DEALERS IN SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, SHEET MUSIC, PAPER HANGINGS, YANKEE NOTIONS, FANCY ARTICLES, &c. BOOK BINDEHS And Illank Hook Manufacturers. Toy! ToTM.f Toys!!! The largost and Pest Variety of Toys, in East fcHginiiw. AIdo, a splendid variety of articles for Holiday Presents. Wator Street, opposite Siisbee's Furniture Store, 221 East Saginaw Mich Intelligence OfF.ce, inn CENERA.y, AGENCY. Thi?Co,nny beg leave to state to the Publio that the Uive orM.ne, An Intelligence Ofllce nnd "1eral A gooey in Ruom No. 4, lle$u Hock, Thrtt Poor i vulh qf the Pott Hflice. Our motive is to furnish men and help for all wko may favor us with their patronage. If man cannot be found in this vicinity, we propose going to Cannda and other points in order that we tnny lie nble to engnge all the necessary help that business men generally requiro, Our Term will be Modern!. P. S. We nro also prepared to furnlshid Flat Pino, Sqnare Timber, Lumber and Spiles, on the shortest notice, at Curt. Emerson's linyou, near F. P. Sears A C'o.'s Mill. 0. A. GQULD A CO. Eat Saglnnw, July, 130 1. WILLIAM G. DIETZ CARPENTERand BUILDER. WATER uTREET. BETWEEN 1EXESEE AND GERMAN STREETS. IS NOW prepnred to execute all kinds of work aj pertaining to the trade Having a long and varied experience in all branches of the busines and a good stock of seasoned lumber on hand, I am eotifl lent my woik will please all who mny favor me with their pntronnge. Plans ami spuci first ions dmn to order. EaVHosiilonce on JeSvrsnn street, oppjtito tb Itrewery Eas Saginaw, December ?J, Sp 1 - OLD PRICES HAVE PASSED AWAY! I IIEBEAFTER, PURE DRUGS, MEDICINES, STUFFS, CHOICE WINES, PURE BRANDY. GENUINE LIQUOR. OF ALL KINDS, B URNINQ FLUID, &C, &C, AC. Wil) be sold for cash as olieap as they can be Bought for Cash in the State, at Friz el lo Brothers, NO. 3, IIESS BLOCK At th$ Old Stand of Jf. Jt. HESS. News ! News ! I NEW FIRM, NEW SLTPL1E3. At tbe former stand or E. A. IIOUOII, Genesee Street, 1st door Enst of Exchange Block Eust gaginaw, Michigan. HOUGH & FOX, nAYIXQ ASSUMED the management of tb above well known establishment, cnll publi attention to their large aud excellent stock el LIGHT GROCERIES, BUTTER, EGGS, LARD, FAMILY S U. V P L I E S Cortfectioneriei, Fruil$1 VtgeLtllet, Hermetically Scaled Fruits, Fickle, Lulster, Clams, Ao, Worcestershire Sauce, Catsup, Spice, and General culinary supplies lad Uoi iahes, Ao , Ac. FRESH OYSTERS & CLAMfi, Furnished ia any quantity desired. Cigars nnd Tobacco of the very Bost qunlity. We aro rgsnts for Ui sale of tho ccloLmteJ , KELLY ISLAND GRAPES In this section, and shall keop on hand, at all time a full supply, which we will sail ai Tory low figures. BjV floods delivered to Customers In an part of tho citr, free of charge. E. A. HOl'UII. FOX. East Saginaw, Oct. 13, 1863. 213 WHO WANTS I Who wants prime lambs-wool undenhirtit, Or splendid Drawers otllose, Who wants Silk Pocket llandkerohlefm Or Cambrio if they choso 1 Who wants a snow-white Liaeoshlri. The texture superfine, Who wants a killing necktie The shirt-collar to entwine 1 Who wants a stylish Coat or Vest, Of any shape or shade 1 Who wants a handsorne pair of PanU Aa good as ever wore made 1 Wh6 wants a first-rate Of rcoat To ward old winters ch A "Raglan" jr "McClellnn," "Bung-up" or what you will, Who wants Scarfs, Shawls, Gloves, Gaunt let 1 Fusperdcrs or Valise, Trunks, Carpet Bags, or aught that tend Gents comfort to inoroase. ' To Marks far-famed Tower Hall Should hie the in a trice, And know that he a supplies Prime Clothing at Low re. TO II AR 't Clothing: nnd ft rut's FurnMtlnB ftoori i:mpoi Itiui " Genesee Street, opposite iMtiA Hecse Fast Saginaw Mich, J. W. GILBERT 8t Ca, MANUFACTURERS OF Corfipoeilion Roofs, and Rooflnj Material. Also BLACK JAPAN VARNISH lOR painting all kind of Iron woik, noh aa rail road bridges, car truck, seam boilcra, sbeet iron ekimaeys, tin and ires roof, eave-. troughs, shutters, window enps ndiil, columns,, fences, ngrlculturnl Implements, mill gnringk anchors, ckains, alwo, hulls of vessuls, Ao. Tbls varaisti is the cheapest and mort durnl le eonting for Iron work now in use, nnd enn be ap plied by nny inexperienced person. A liberal discount to. tho trade. Samples tent when required- Ordors addressed a ns, box 833, will receive prompt attention. . Factory near comer of Lamed nn l YnurlV streets, 0(5ce, &i Jefferson avenue, DctroU JOOtf THE DESIRE OF Saginaw Valley CHOICE FAMILY Green anil Black Teas CONS T A N TL Y ON ILP, ' And for Sale by ' Greene &) Brothor, g o 9 1; f - Zd DOOR FAST Of CITY STFAJF MILLf, GcpfMeStrett, Fait Fnglnal