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TILE BOOT & Sliofe TltADli Lenheim'e Eatabliabment Facilities' CLange of Uiu, ete. L. S. Lena try, North "NVatar stroot, whoso oxtonsiy Boot & Shoo Estab lishment, as well as his energy and enterprlso in the management thereof have before been th subject of occa sional notice in the Courier, being about to "thango his baso" for more aniplo, elegant and convenient quart vT9 in the vicinitj, it is by no means inappropriate at this time to call at- tontion to some of the peculiarities of the Boot & Shoo line, and his particular facilities and advantages for carrying on the business. - In the old store, which altogether inadequate to present trade, Mr. L. commenced business here less than three years ago, opening with a mod erate retail trade, which by a careful attention to the requirements of this section, a thorough knowledge of the facilities of Eastern markets, wheroby he could best meet those roquiroments, and a determination to keep his stock fully up to tho wants of the trade, he has increased to a first class whole sale and rotail business. He now has boots manufactured to his order, by hand, of the very bost of stock, and designed especially ' for lumbormen and others who require a "tip top" articlo, at first class manufactories in Great Bond, lmn.; Milford, Massa chusetts; Binghainpton, N. Y.; and several other places, which work is stamped with his stamp, in addition to that of Father Abraham, aud carries with it his warrant that it will, in all respects answer tho necessary require ments as to soundness and durability. Ho carries on the business of manu facturing also, on his prcinisos, thus to a certain extent meeting the collateral wants of his customers in this respect as also in tho matter of repairing. Mr. Lcnheim, as we intimated at .the outset, will in a few days remove his stock and appurtenances to tho new brick store adjoining B. B. Buck iiout'a Hardware store, on the south, which is 30 x 80 feet in oxtont, hoight of coiling, 14 feet, with magnificent show front, affording splondid oppor tunity for tho display of goods; ho occupies also, a portion of tho upper story 30 x 50, divided into sample and manufacturing departments. Having thus a sufficient amount of space, and a location peculiarly adapted to the businoss, ' Mr. L., while contin uing as usual his cxtensivo rotail trado, will still mako tho wholesale business more of a speciality than formerly, and small traders hero, and merchants and miscellaneous dealers in the adjacent country, will find that in this lino as in almost any other lino, East Saginaw offers advantages for tho purchase of goods unsurpassed by any locality in Michigan. Staoe to Midland. No enterprise has of late been set on foot in this section better calculated to'advanco the interosts and promote the comfort of parties having vestod rights in the vicinity or occasion for travel ovor the routo, than the establishment of a daily line of Stagos between this and Midland City, by A. W. Gates &Co. Hitherto there has boon no regular moans of communication with Mid land, and the irregular and defec tive " facilities by steamer so liable to obstruction and dotontion, by jams, rafts, sand-bars and miscellaneous casualties that tho " glorious uncer tainties" of transportation had the offect, to obliterate, pretty nearly, all interest in the locality to be reached by the venture. Now that free accoss is offered thereto by means of com fortable covered vehicles run daily,and with celerity and despatch, by means of which a daily mail is also trans mitted, considerable attention is turned to the advantages offorod to settlors in that vicinity, and no small portion of the travel which wo aro glad to no tice is increasing in a ratio proportion ate to the efforts for its accommoda tion is of parties seeking localities for permanent settlement, than which none more advantageous are offered than in the rich agricultural and lum bering regions of Midland, Isabella And Gratiot Counties. Stages to Bat Citt. Thero is a most marvellous development of the opposition spirit of this enterprising region in the way of stage lines which ply betweon here and Bay City. The number of vehicles that tako their departuro on the arrival of the after noon train is as uncountable as their stylo is unaccountable, And the irre pressible clangor of those "softbugles,' horns, hautboys, hewgags and brazen instruments of torture to tho ear, in general, coupled with tho mellifluous accents of a brigade of the blatantost runners in the businoss, renders the sitaation of passongcrs while under the pressure of such infernal . solicita tion, truly deplorable. Masos ic. Meeting of Saginaw Val ley Chapter, It. A. M. Friday evening next, Jan. 20, at Mcuooia Hall, East Saginaw. A GEJfEROCS C0XCBE04TI05. The Society of the. First Congregational Church in this city, through the ef forts of some of its leading members, raised in two days, Monday and Tues day of this week, a pur 80 of one thousamd dollars, as a free gift to their Tastor, Her. "NV. C. Smith ; this is in addition to a previous gift of five hundred dollars, making in all the handsome sum of $1500 presented within a year. Such munificent lib erality in church matters is not often met with in a community as new as this, and epoaks well for its hoalthy progress in moral as well as financial matters. LcMBEii. There is apparent some thing of a movemont in the lumber market, prices ruling at a reasonably healthy figure for manufacturers. Some sales have already boon made, but producers are so quick to compro bond the " boundaries " of buyers, that operations in the outset are nee essarily slow and operators ehy and wary. The splendid season for woods' operations thus far gives ample as- suranco for an abundant supply of logs in the spring. Seiuocs Accident. Our community were painod to loam, on x nday, the Gth mst., of the occurrence of a son ous accident to William Binder, Esq While walking on tho timbers of the bridge now being constructed at the foot of Mackinaw stroet, he was by a mis-step precipitated to tho ico below, a distance of fifteon or, twenty foet, resulting in tho breaking of one of his arms, and 6overal severe contusions on his head and face ; ho was immedi ately conveved to the office of Dr. Krauss, and his wounds carefully dressed. At last accounts he was doing well, with ovory prospect for a speedy rocovery. Saginaw llepullican. ITIAUUIUD. In thli City January 19, at the residence of tnpt. Henry Woodrntr, Mr. II ihrt Waller and Hi Elizabeth Woodruff, both of tbii City. Flint Ec Fere Marquette Railway Traixs Leave East Sagijaw, 8 00, A. M. 1.00, P.M. Traiss arrive at Bait Sagisaw 1 1.05, A. M. 2.40, P.M. 8 00 train only, rufli directly through to Do troit. " Lord o' marcy!" says the old lady, as she kicked the centenarian spinning wheel over. "I'll spin my own thread no wore. Peer ing A Son, at their new itore, corner of Caai and Genesee streets, East Saginaw, are felling excel lent warranted 200 yard thread, 2 spools for quarter. Deebixo & Sox, Agents for the sale of Crooks', Clark's, Willimantic, and J. k P. Coats' tbesads. No difference in trice between wholesale and retail. Rate, 2 spools for a quar ter. CoaU', 15 conts a spool. (From the Phrenological Journal.) "That's What's the Matter." I ean't work." " I hate to rise in the morning." My eyesight is failing." " My memory is going." "I can't fix my mind on anything." Have you been using opium t "No." Then take regular doees of the Cherokee Ccre, and follow the di rections that accompany it If these ills bare been the result of your own ttlf-indulgenee, in violation of nature's laws, and made you dread marriage, or if they are from over-indulgence in nature's own path, the Cherokee Cure will core you. It will reitore vigor, stop those nightly em!?sions, rcEt you for practical life, and once more make man of you, save you from blind ness, and, perhaps, ultimate idiocy. Read the advertisement Call for Cherokee Cure. Take no other medicine until yo3 nave tried this. Sold by all draggists. Dr. II. T. HAWLEY, nOMCEPATIIIO rilYSICIAN. DR. II. is now permanently located in East Snginaw, and will promptly attend to all call in his profession. Office two Doors south of P. 0 , In Hem Brick Block, No. 7. u p Stairs. 269m3p jJ3Tl-dies got the Antoinette reg ulator. It is just the thing. See ad vertisement in another column. JCf Young and middlo aged men read Dr. Dr. Do Bontin's advertise ment in another column, hoaded 'pri vate." PAPCU IIANOING. Just received, a large stock of excellent WALL PAPbR, all new and beautiful patterns, which I offer at the Lowest Market Pricks. Come and see them at J. F. F REV'S Stationery Store, on Water street, opposite Silsbee's Furniture Store. ANNUAL MEETING. Orrics or the East Sao. Salt M'r'o. Co. ) East Saoiraw, Jan. 17th, 1BC5. J rphe Annual Meeting of this Company will bo JL held according to the Iiy-Laws, on Tuesday the 14th day or February 18C5, at the Office of the Company, in East Saginaw, Mioh., at nine o'clock in the forenoon of that day. WM. L. WEBBER, Secretary. Jk'Jbil.lWJLT', FiSH AND VEGETABLE MARKET. Crouse Block, Washington Street, (lately ecu eupied by Schupp A Baric, as a Dry Goods Store. J. R. BO YD j THE Pioneer Fish, Fruit and Vegetable deal er in East 8nginuw, respectfully announces to his old customers, and the publlo in general, that he lias opened an establishcent at the above stand, where he will keep on hand, at all times, The Largest and Best sorttaent of As- Pickles, Saare. Csn'd Fruits and Fish, and Hermetically Sealod Fish in general, to be found in the Saginaw Valley. Fresh Fruits, Fish, Vegetables and Oysters, Received Dally, And sold lower than at any other establishment in the Valley. J. R. BOYD. East Saginaw, Sept. 1 , 16G4. K. B. The entrance to Schupp A Parle's Dry Good Store, will be found on Genesee Street, same entrance as Grocery Department. 6G6 A! SPLENDID LOT of Imported Violins bought befure tbe late advance. B. F.CUIESUftO ACo. 1864. 1865. LIVINGSTON & TOMS. WINTER TRADE. Fuller than Ever 1 1 A Tremendous Stock of Goods ! AN INCREASED RUSH" OF CUS TOMERS. It Is a fact that we are selling goods at less pri ces than any house in the Valley. We have the best selected stock ever brought here, and nearly the whole was purchased da ring the GREAT PANIC PANIC PRICES, And we are oiling at rates proportionately low. Give us a call and examine our stock before making your purchases, as wo always like to show our goods and comparo our prices. Old Stand, Corner of Genesee and Water Eta. LIVINGSTON k TOMS, East Saginaw, Oct 1, 18(24. A FULL STOCK I George C. Sanborn's Exchange Block, Qorntr of Gws and WnUr fSU-i Fast Sayinaw. Is always supplied with a full stock of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FAIT- ILY AND SHIP SUPPLIES. WOODEN WARE CORD AGE, &o. Which will be sold at Wholesale &, Retail At as Iow a figure as the state of the market will How. CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses; Symps, Spicea, Dried Fruit, Prime Quality and in prices to suit purchasers. BEST SUGAR CURED HAMS SHOULDERS, DRIED MEAT, MEAL, FLOUR AND PORK, BUTTER, EGGS, LARD, VEGETABLES, FRUIT. And all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE. General assortment of SHIP SUPPLIES CORDAGE, &C. FiclU. Preserved Fruitt, Itelith.es, Extracts And General Family Supplies. Also a complete stock of WOODEN, WILLOW AND STONE WARE, KEROSENE OIL, &c., &c, Orders from Rew", lumbermen, Vessel Owners, Hotel Keepers, aitf otrs ! "7 extent desired. Tast pctronage gratefully acknoldl d its continuance desired. n-243 yl. GEO. C.S A NBOlCJ- East Saginaw, April 5, 18G3. READ THE NEWS NEW CONCERN! ClotbingStore 1 1 Change ol I!iiftincs EES. JbJHLEIS. '" Succcessor to ' BARCLAY &. TYLER. Ilaving ehanged his Business, haa now on hand at the old Stand, Washington 8t. orposlte Bancroft House A New and Elegant Stock of Y Which will be Sold At tbe very lowest prices FOR CASH. A CHOICESXTPPLY OF DRESS AND OVER COATS. . BUSINESS COATS. PANTS, VESTS, JACKETS. BOYS' CLOTHING. GENT'S FUKNISniNG GOODS And everytblngin the line, which 1 will sell at the very lowest rates. Terms Cash Come and examine my stock, which U unsur pawed, and cannot be undersold. E. PRITZ. East gaglnaw, Aug 24, 1864. n264 HEW STYLES OF SILK HAT S, AT WILKIN & MACK'S Gtntitt St., Eal Sagittate, A FINE ASSORTMENT OT SOFT WOOL HATS, CAPS, Carpet Bags, Valices, Tatronag Is Solicited. East Saginaw, March 3, 3 a GO B or 2 P o & B- U B B 1 P O B CD 3 o B p B B P B 1 O to o Hi Oct p ?r Hi. S CD 23 CD ft; . C B 5 2 tea o a sr C. 53 Me O B 5 Til P B SB o o 1 CD O P CD oo a CD 3 c B CD CD w CD QD 3 HP p- CD o 3 CD g CD CD p 1 a- a b CD B B n I BO w-s- S3 o p1 DYCPEPCIA,: AND DISEASES ICES ULTIMO I ItOTt DISORDERS OF THE LIVER AND DIGESTIVE ORGANS, ARE CURED BY HOFFL4IIJS GERMAN BITTERS, THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIO. These E It tors have performed more enree ! HAVE AND 00 GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION I Ilnve more Testimony t HAVE MORE RESPECTAl'LE PEOPLE TQ VOUCH FOR THEM Than any other article in the market. We dofy any one to contradict this assertion ! AND WILL PAY Si OOO To any one that will produce a Certi flout e pub- luiiea by us, tnoi u to not uti.MliMt. Hoofland's German Bitters WILL CORK BVEST CAII OF CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF TTIE KIDNEYS, AND DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISORDERED STOMACH. Observe the following symptoms resulting from disorders or toe iJigcullve Urgans i Constipation, Inward Tiles, Fullne'sfl af Blood to the Head, Acidity or the htnmacb, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgui.t for Food. Fullness r Wif(kt i U Stunask, Kaur . . Kractations, Sinking or Flut tering at tbe Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hur ried and Dif ficult Dreaihing, Fluttering at the heart Choking or suffocating sen sations when in a lying posture. Dimness of vlalon, Dots er Webs be fore the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head. Deficiency of Perii ration, Yel lowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Hack, Chest, Limbs, so , Sudden Fluvhes of Heat, Burning in the Flt-ob, ConsUnt imnginings of Evil, and Great Depression of Spirits. REMEMBER ' MAT THIS BITTERS IS NOT ALCOHOLIC, Contains no Hum or Whisky, AND CAN'T MAKE DRUNKARDS, XS TH32 JS23ST VONIO in tho WorU. READ WHO SAYS SO I From the Rev. Levi U. Reck, Pastor of the Baptirt Church, PemberUtn, N.J , formerly of the North Baptist Church, Philadelphia. I have known Hoofland's German Bitters fav orably fur a number of j ears. I have u 4 them in my own family and have been so pleased with their effocts that I was induced to recommend thrtu to many others, and know that they have operated in a strikingly beneficial manner. I take great pleasure in thus publicly proclaiming this fart, aud calling the attention of those afflict ed with the dieascs for which they are recom- mendod, to these Bitters, knowing from experi ence that my recommendation will be sustained. X do this mure cheerfully as Iiooflitnd s Bitters is lutonded to benefit tie afflicted, ami Is "not a rum drink." Yours truly. ' LEVI Q. BECK. From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of the Encyclopedia of Religions Knowledge and Christian Chronicle, Philadelphia, Altuoueh not deposed to favor or recommend Patent Medicines in general, through dittruxt of their Ingredients and effixts, I yst knew of no sufficient reasons why a man may not testify to the ben tuts be believes himself to have received from any simple prepjtrationJn the hope he may I do this tbe more readily in regard te Hoof land's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, of this city, because I was prejudiced against them for many years, under the impres sion that they were chiefly an alcohollo mixture. I am Indebted to my friend, Robert Shoemaker, Esq , for tbe removal of this prejudice by proper texts and for encouragement to try them when suffering from great and long continued debility. The use of three bottles of these bitters at the beginning of the present year, was as followed by evinent relief and restoration to a drgroe of bod ily and mental vigor which I bad not felt for six months before, and had almost despaired of re gaining. I therefore thank God and my friend fur dirocting me to use them. J. NEWTON BROWN, Phila. From the Rev. Jos. H. Kennard, Pastor of the 10th Baptist Church Dr. Jackson : -Dear Sir: I have been fre quently requested to connect my name with com mendation of diflVtrent kinds of medioines, but regarding tho practice as out of my appropriate sphere, 1 have in all comcs declined but with a clear proof in vnrioua inetanr.ee, and particular ly in my family, of the usefulness of Dr. Hoof land's German Bitters, I depart for onca from my usual course, to express my full eouviction that, or gtntral debility qf tin ty$tem and r pcvially Jor Littr Complaint, it it atnft and valuabl preparation. I some eases it may fail but usually, I doubt not, it will be very benofiolai to those who suffer from the above cause. Yours, very rp)tfully, J. II. KENNARD, Eeighth below Coats Street, Philadelphia From Rev. arrcn Randolph, Pastor of Baptist' Church, Gennantown, Penn. Dr. C. M. Jackson Dear Sir Personal expe rience enables me to say that I regard the Ger man Bitters prepared by you as a most excellent medicine. I cases of severe eold and general do bility I have been greatly benefitted by tbe use of the Bitters, and doubt not they will produce siuil I:r t fleets on others. Your; truly, WARREN RANDOLPH. German town Pa. From Rev. J. II. Turner. Pastor of Ueddlng M. E. Church, Phila. Dr. Jackson i Dear Sir : Having used your German Bitters in my family frequently I am prepaaed to say that it has been of groat service. I bolieve that in myt rases of general debility of the system it is tbe safest and most valuable rem edy of which I have any knowledge. Yours, respectfully, J. II TURNER. No. 72G, N. Nintconth street. From the Rev. J. M. Lyons, formerly Pastor of the Columbus, (X J.) aud Killstown, (Pa ) Bap tiat Churches. New Rochelle N. T, Dr. C. M. Jackson! Dear Sir I reel it a pleas ure thus, of my own aoorn to bear testimony to tbe excellence of the German Bitters. Some few vears since, being much afflicted with Dyspepsia, I used them with very beneficial results. I have often recommended them to persons enfeebled by that tormenting disease, and have heard from them the mo t flattering testimonials as to their great value. In cases of general debility, I be lieve it to be a tonio that cannot be surpmed. J, hi; LYONS. From tbe Pev. Thomas Winter, Paster of Rox bury Bnptist Clinch. Dr. Jackson t Dear Sir4 I feel it due te your excellent preparation, Houflnml's German Bit ters, to add my testimony to tho deserved reputa tion it has obtained. I have for years at times, been troubled with great disorder in my hefld and nervous system. 1 was ad vised by a friend to try a bottle of your German Bitters I 'did so erd have experienced grcnt and unexpected re' lief; my health has been very matortally pt-ne Cit ed. I confidently recoinmond the article where I meet with cases similar to my own, and have been assured by many of their good effects. Kcspoctfully yours, T. WINTER, Roxtiorough, Pa. From Rev; J. B. Herman, of tbe German Rofornc ed Chujrh, Kutttr-wn, Berks County, Pa. Dr. C. M. Jacksonj Respected Sir: I have been troubled with dispepsie nearly twenty years and have never used any medicine that did fne as much good as Hnoflrtnda Bitters. I em very much improved In health, after having taken five bottles. Yours, with respect, J. S. HERMAN. rRICF.3. Large Site, (holding nearly double quantity), 1.00 per Bottle hull' dot IV00. Small Site 75 cU. per Bottle half dot. 11.00 BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS; See that the signature of "C. M. Jarrse-H" If on the wrapper of each bottle. Should your nearest DruggUt not hare the ar' tide, do not be put off bV any ef the intoxteafiiig preparations that may be offered In its place, but send to ns, and we will forward, sOcurely packed, by express. Princ'pst Office and Manufactory; No.- C3I, ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. JONIIN JU LVANM, Successors to C. M. Jackson A Co, Proprietors, For Sale by all Dryi and Denim In etcry towa in the I'eited Mate SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS SHAW.REYNOLDS &Co's Beuna Vista. Block, Gcnes66 St., Union Block, Water St. Being determined to snstaln the great eelebrlty at tbe LOWEST PRICES, will offer as a Oreat Variety TEA SETS, CASTERS, BELL CASTERS, Tea and Coffee Pots, . Cake Baskets, Berry Dishes, Spoono, Forko, Ivory handled Table Cutlery, Family Hardware, Tea Trays, Britannia Ware, Tin Ware, and House Furnishing Goods, or every description WE ' WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR LARGE AS SORTMENT OF BUILDERS' HARDWARE, & STOVES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR KITCHEN, SITTINO ROOM, PARLOR, OFFICE, STORE Oft SHOP, FOR WOOD OR COAL. We Manufacture largely for WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADB, every deserlptloa U Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Water Coolers, Filters,r;&c. EVERY BODY SIIOULD CALL AT SHAW, REYNOLDS & CO'S Mammoth "dware Store, and-House Keepers' Emporium. All kinds-of OB WORK in Tin Copper Sheet Iron and Steam and Qas Fitting done en short notice. 209yl 0 0 0 HOWARD ASSOCIATION. PHILADELPHIA, PA. DISEASES of the Nervous, Seminal, t'riaary and Sexual SysUme new and rellnbf Trent mcnt in reports of the HOWARD ASSOCIA TION Sent by mail in sealed lotter envelopes, free of rharfe. Address, Dr. J.SKILLIX UOUQHTON, Howard Aawtelkm, No. 2 South Math Etroct, Philadelphia, Pa. n23G-y, for always navitir the GREATEST NOTELTIEJ the result of th,e1r rwoent purchases, of Silver Plated k li. STORM -4 CO SUCCESSORS TO C. E. ROSENBURY & Co. Wholesale and Retail dealers in GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Which (hey offer to the trade a( the lowest mar ket prices FOR CASH. We would call the attention of HOUSEKEEPERS TO OUR STOCK OF FLOUIt CO FISH, vomii S GAR, IIAMg, EA, UU1TER COFFEE, EQGS, SPICES, MOLASSES, 5cC, Aa also to our line assortment of FAMILY GROCSill&Sj CONSISTING OP Natural Preserved Peachea, Fine Applee, Pickled Lobsters; Oysters; Clams; Cucumber Pickles; French Mustard; Prunes ia fars; CURRANT8, RAISINS, TIGS, U t Ae. AND TO OUR WOODEN W ABE, Ilousekold Implements of All kind, and the moat beautiful patterns oi Kerobcno Lamps. RopG & Twino, Paints & Oils, MANNILLA IN COIL8 DEDCOR1M CLOTHES LINES j IIEMP PACKING; LATU k STAVE TWINE. LARD, WHALE, LINSEED, LUBRICATING aivl , CARBON OfLS, FOR SALE, rtHR Lot and Shop now orcupled by A. 11 Jl. Mershnn, on Wafer SV, foot of Hoyl. For terms enquire at the premises, or aMress X. Il;MKRSU6N, A font. East Saginaw; Oct. 13, ISO I. 271tf Groceries and Provisions. PETE I t"KU A M Kit HAVING opened a ne Grocery and Provis ion Store on Vafor Street, 3d Ward, 2d enmrr above Fixher's Stave Mill, will kerp con stantly oar h4 a full snpplv of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, COUNTRY PRODUCE, ke.y STbich he will sell at tho same prices as sold at tho down town establishments.- EuM Segin" , r pt. 7, 186t 2C6 WHOLESALE&RETAIL 8 CO W o o o WAREHOUSE. THE IARQESt AND BlW BOOT AND SHOE In Nortlicrn Ilichlgan. IS CARRIED ON DT L. S. LENHEIM, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE WALKEH A OOD JNUS NEW WARKUOU5E, ON WATER STREET East Saginaw It Is prepared te supply everyoedy wltTr Boons, Shoes' add Rubbers, at the most Fashionable Style The BB3T QUALITY an at the LOWEST FRICEJ. Particular Attention Paidt Custom Work, AND ALL WORK WARRANTED, Mr, Goorgo Or abbe, THE BEST CUSTOM BOOT ILL. KER OF THIS CITY, Has Charge of the Manufacturing Department J18y CHICAGO MEATfMARKET, isro. i Gtnsm strut, 4 doors Fast of J$rti House. John IM. Tholl, Keeps at all times, at his woll known establish ment, an assortment of FRESH MEATS Of the sholoost quality, also a full stoek ef SMOKED, DRIED AND PRB SERVED MEiVTS, Of every description. The n(mol attention paid to the preparation of meats either freh er cured. Meats delivered in all parts of the city free ef charge East Saginaw, May 25, 1864. a-260-y NEW MUSIC STORE. B. F. CHEESBRO & CO., Maiio Dealors, Grant Block, East Saginaw. PflftO ForfeS, Melodeons, Guitars, Violins, Dan jus, Flutes, Clarionets, AccordiansJDruu s Ac, 4-0., 4-o A large assortment of Imported Violin, Gui tar, Banjo and Violinette strings, Insftruetli.u Books and all Musical Publications. We rail tho attention of the people of tbe Sagi naw Valley to our stock of Sheet Music. ) ciftt attention given to Orders. II v recent arrangements with Eastern Publish ing houses, we are cnaMrx! to procure any pic of Music pntluhod in the United SUUe and t .! Foreign Mujic. Exulaxive agency of the Faginaw Valley fr the renowned liradbury and celebrated Well. r Piano, and S. D. k II. W. Smith's American r gnns and Moludeons, also Kinard, Dreher A tv.'i AIelKloon. Musie mailed free to any point epon reeel4 if Market Price. VM. ZIMMERMAN & Co. Wholr-anrff Denier In troreigil Wineo , and Liquor lr)in?slic IJranlyr Ohio Ilcctincct WlibUy, South Storo, Union, Bloi-k, Water St.rEasVM inaw, Michigan Have fwUirTw fr rectifvlnr whUkv rf. j- kinls, at their stand. W. Z A . Lnit Snginnw, July 21, 1PC3. 220- ... f inniLL a Fisnr.Rs n. Tabu fv, , i 1 It e trade at Fsrtory Prre, si 2G7lf L. C. STOUUS A CO'i, ?o!o .',gi fcr- ran j..