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A NIGHT WITH SNAKES,.
, Tin) fulls win thrUlirii tnjq off hor
ror ii an extract from avontin if nl
von turps recently jiublihhcil in Europe.
Tim lnro of thu weno it a bailor, who
a ith his oompftnions,- wrro on an K;ift
Itnlia ulaud jrepiiiiii to leavo, Imt
v Ooull not finiish a sail thoy wero fit-
' tin pr- Ho sajs: . .
Vo worked hard, anil Vicing Lun-
' piers, much of tLo woik hud to bo
ior.o over again tliroo xsr four, times.
Wo woie, however, putty nearly tho
ni'l of tho job, when un adventure ln
fell mo, thu reeolloetion of -vhieh re
produced in dreams oflon make nio
start un in bed in a cold sweat f ter
ror. 1 havo seen it, not quitrt eorreet
ly, in a popular periodical, probably
by "soma ono who had hoard it directly
or " indirectly from nio. It thus fell
out : Tho nail, a lug, did not sot well.
. I having, or behoving I "had, moro
knowlodgo upon tho Bubjoct than tho
. others, remainod by tho bout, w hilst
my matos roturnod to tlio hip, turned
iu and uoado thomsolves comfortnblo.
I worked on till I had thoroughly
woariod myself for tho Southern
night, with its glorious inoon and
Holds of splondid stars, was brilliant
. as tho day, though coll for tho clime,
a chill wind having set iu immediately
after sunset.
This, with tho work J was ongaged
in cutting aud sticking tho eail--did
not induce warmth, bo that I partook
moro freely than it was iny wout to do
of tho excellont brandy I had. provided
myself with. At all events, tired,
vexed for T roul not bo Kottlio nil
as to bend it on ship shape and per
haps moro than half seas over (I was
not an abstemious man in thoso days
lay down under tho leo of tho boat,
took a few pulls at-tho brandy flask
and dropped off to bleep. Sleep! yes,
tho Bleep of devils. Frightfully hor
rible dreams oppressed nio. I was
stilled, crushed with nightmare That
was tho impression on my half nncon
eofous mind. At last 1 fully awoko.
(iood God! tho icy chill that ran
through my veins when I, by moon
light, discerned tho causo of tho night
mare that was stilling mo.
Tho fetid, horrible smell of serpents
was in my nostrils, and I saw that two
cobra 8,'ono tho largest I had over seen,
wero lying upon my breast where
they had no doubt crept for warmth
twined togother, and, being quito mo
tionloss. wero. I iudsroiL asleep. . To
- , , 4T U -
ir. to awako thorn, was certain death.
In loss than an liour, If I wa3 bitten
oven so slightly, I should bo a mass of
corruption, ruralyzeu, tainting with
fear, I lay perfectly still, but bfciiovmg
that tho dreadful Busponso could not
lone: be endured: that I nuifct Boon
start up and cast off tho horriblo rep
tiles at any risk. They wero ovidontlj
asleep, and might bo flung at a dis
tanco beforo boin ablo to make uso of
their fatal fang.
lut merciful God! they begin to
stir,' to wrigglo from each othor,
am lost! - ' ' -
Ha! is that tho snapping chirrup
ing Dane oi our pet mongoose, icii
neumon,) which alarms tho reptiles
Let ino oxpluin : ,
A mongxMo is tho natural enemy o
tho snake, and iu u combat with ono
"is suro to bo tho victor. Tho bito of
tho snako iirodueos but a momentary
eilect upo:i the littlo animal appears
to mako it giddy for a low moments.
when it seems to recover itself by eat
point. However it may bo, tho mon
gooso quickly i eturns to tho attack, and
tho snake, as 1 was told, is mvanably
lulled.
, Thoisland furnishes ichneumons ul
. most as plentifully as snakes. Lafranc
and Dupont managed to tame and do
mesticato three of them not a very
dillicult task knowing that not one of
tho serpent tribe will approach where
they aro or have been recently, no
moro than a cockroach will vonturo
out of its holo into a kitchen whore a
hedgehog keeps a watch and ward.
Our ichneumons wero special pots of
mine, and wero thoy, scenting the scr
pouts, and missing mo and tho oven
ing meal I had provided for thoin,
coming to tho rescue?
Yes, by heaven! tho quick oars of
tho serpents had rocognizod tho rapid
approach ot tho dreadful mongooses
their horrid snako glancws glowed
with lonr and rage; their hoods uilato
as thpy untwist themselves, and glide
olf iu tho hopo of escapo; but finding
that impossibles, turn to fight. The
ichneumons desired nothing better.
They spring upon tho serpents, bito
them upon tho back imrt of the hoad.
and carry on tho battlo of which I am
a delighted spoctator, with a spirit, a
cheerful, chirrupy vigor which is, I
feel, though I had never actually wit
nossod such a combat before, a sure
augury of success. Tho battlo is not
a protracted ono tho snakes aro dead,
and my pots running after and leaping
up at mo, oppcar to know they havo
rescuod mo from doath, and will havo
in reward an oven more plentiful sup
per than usual. They aro not mista
ken. Our friends and my fellows wero
painfully excited by tho incident which
had, however, so happily terminated;
and for my part, I was not myself
ogam lor several clays. 1 never slept
in tho open air again.
r!rA nian was nri'cstcd and tried
in New Fairtied, Conn., for an at
tempt to "kiss, hug and tickle " (so
tho indictment read) a certain woman.
The man demurred to tho 44 soft im
peachment." So tho case has "gono
up," and wo 6uppo.io will go through
all tho courts.
JUSTA poor' Frenclinian being
aroused from asloop by hi wife, with
theory, 'Got up l'.nptihto, there's a
robber in tho houso," calmly unswered,
41 Don't let us molest Jiim. Wo will
watch and let him ransack the house,
and if ho should find anything of
valuo, I'll tako it nway from him."
44 Tom, what in tho world put mat
rimony into your hoadV" 44 Well, the
fact is Joe, I was getting short of
shirts." .
-TuuEE
drunkeu rebel lieutenants
wero
latvly. tried iu iJ'uhmond for
parading tho streets, arm and arm,
with negro women.
An enraged parent had jerked his
provoking sou across his knfe, nnd
was ojniting on tho expesod poition
of tho urchin's person with great ve
hemence, when tho young one dug
iuto tho paternal leg with his venom
ous littlo tveth. 44Jl:i7es! u hat aro
u biling me Ar?" 4'W 11, who bo
ginned this -;e wuiV"
STATIONSSE,Y
For the Multitude.
,
rr
o
d
w
o
o
Ml.-- - -
Largest Assortment of
WALL PAPER
EVER .UEOUGIIT TO-TUia
. ; . MARKET. '
jstje w. a o o n s
FOR FALL and WINTER TRADE, 1SG3-4
Hai Juit rwoived ft tnrgo an J attractlf
, sort uie ut of . . ,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,,
EMURACING STANDARD,
MISCKIJANE0U9,
CIASSICAL AND-
SCHOOL BOOKS,
JUVENILE AND TOY JUOOKH,
BIBLE AND 1'lLVYEIi BOOKS,
Largo lot r Cnp, Latter nrn "yolo.roer, Ftapl
un l 1 ancy Miitinnory, J-.nvctopea oi ail
kinds, lilank IUkiUh, Mctnoruuduia
and l'usi lJuokf.
O-OLD , jP E 3nT S ,
Wnt. lics, Jewelry, ruro-FUver wVr,Iiii-h ylhtoi
Gmnh, ClutkH, Ao , Ao , together with
largo stock of
Yankee IVoiions. ...
Tho larpct ototk f Hall rnir tvrr rrferod
for pale in Oil nun kt t, of new otylcit and jhiUtiis
inilnw urtiUii rniitir, 'Ml Miii.li, inriro nrio
fy, Ciirtnin li.xturoH, i. Ac, nil of hIi'uIi will !
kjUI LOW 10K CASH, nu my motto i (juic
Saks iui'1 fum II iirolits. Vlby 1. iu. V
PiEW.. goods;, ci
-WEW GOODS
AT
E. P. & II. L. Penfield.
FALL AND WINTER
DRESS GOODS,
BALMOl'AL SKlliTS,
' KN1TT GOODS,
WOOLEN .HOSIERY & GLOVES,
Woolen Yarn, all Colors.
BLANKETS,
BAGS,
FLANNELS,
Carpsts,
- , Druggets.
Wall Paper,
l'Al'EK HANGINGS, &c., &c, &c,
Alo AgcnU forlh'o Cglolir..sicd .'.
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE
- . DEERING &. SON,
HOSIERS. HABERDASHERS,
Ami General Dry Goods Jfrii.
Ftoro fomfr of Cn arid Omicsoo itreoln. foriu-
crly occujiiod by SoluuiH A Morlej. 2dC-j
CARLISLE, SMITH & CO.
Leather
and Findings
Store J
Cornor of
Wntor an! Tuscol StrcelH,
F'ligiiiiiw.
Lu.t
Always on Hand,
.A full nnd i'Oiu Into utOck of ' w '
LEATHER & FINDiNGS
CuniiUol la part of
SPANISH AND Sl.Ai nilTEIl SOLH, IIAU-
French, Fpni.inh -Dtid Slnugbtpr Kip, Frrncb,
- Jtrcj, 0.ik and IIoiiiIimV C'ulf j
Lining T5!mlings, r.oatis, Ao , Ao.
Aim a (icncrnl Ai.'orlnw'nt nf
S 1 10 EM A K E R'S l'I N DIN G 3
nd nil kind of
FIIOK.MAKLKjs' TOOLS.
Our Kfxlo hIII l.o dd low ft nt nn p.l.il,.
lishliicnt in Northe rn Mil hiirMii. nn.l na .Lull nt
i timo pvll t n Rliulit nmrinu fur ITofil
onlum cIsuwLere, Vwi, or Kutt.
CAS
H FOR' HIDES.
At the llttflir.-t MurVct I'licO.
C?Truiinilr th r lnro. corner of Wuttir ami
L .r.AKf,!? I.i:. f MITIf A t'O.
I Fut iiin.iir, 'i-it 14, 1h(J4. j 1
WATCHES&JEWELBT
8r
HARDWARE,
IKON.&TKEL.jGLAS.S
EMPORIUM.
Glass Ware" & Crockery
ESTABLISHMENT.
Unl vcrsnil Fn rml n g Utensils
uud Seeds.
CASH STORE
0F
SCHMITLA MORLEYS,
tv Timin own
MAMMOTH BUILDINa,
Corner Genesee and Ca Streets,
4
m EAST SAGINAW.
Every Floor, Corner and Shelf,
Is Crammed with
Goods of tho Choicest Quality,
AND
GREATEST VARIETY
' ' ... .'Tp witi"
Cast Steel,
Blister Steel,
German steel,
r, , : rT r i Spr!r.3 Steel
Lulto Pupcrlor Iron,
, , . S w)4ibli Iron, , . .
, . , , . Prru Iwn,
l' ' 1 j.iiei-icun Iron,
oi all Sixes.
" '
SHEET IHON, ...
LAKlsurEEIOU CHAIN,
wAMEIHOAN boUDLE LINK
CHAIN.
isNQLISH CHAIN.
' 1 BA?S, Cofl'En,AN0inON WIRE,
WAtiON SKEIJ(3. AND UOXES,
linJS.'SI'O'KEd ANPUIM3,
SHAFTS AND rOLKf,
MaUcablo Castings,
Nuts and Wasliors,
Window Sash and Glass
Putty, Linseed Oil
rand Gluo,
PAINTS
of colors,
Varnishos,
CLOCK TIN, SPELTER, LEAD,
TJaboit MetaL
SAWS AND FILES OF EVERY
PHSCKIPTION.
i
CUT, CLINCH, SHKAI1TING
NAILS, l'KESSED AND HAM
MJ3UED;1I."S. NAILS,
Cut and yrougllt Ffiikos,
FiaMii), CVing, Carrel, Clout
'Gimp Nails unj Tad's,'
and
Turupnt', Cm-pon.', Miinons', RIu kMnUhn', Mi
cLiuUta' aud ruiutcrs' Tuull.
Grcntfcm.idnontof Afi,,'edgo, Bcntle Rln.
ioor, vu'ixiuru, iirnwer, vnem, J rnk and
v; Pud Loolt, ItuUn and Screw, and
IiuilJor' JIurdwaro tieDcral '
Harness & Coach Trimmings, '
; Whifflctrccs and Nock-Yokes.
flongs, IIoui and Tea Beel, ,
Force, Suction and Bucket Tumjia,
. Lead and Zine I'ip.
. Ealt-Well and Wooden Tubln g.
' Il nihil c of all kiadu,
Cordngo, Onkuni and Hemp Talking,
Ruber Tacking, Untuuts and Boiling,
liny, Platform, Counter and Tea SvaIoi,
.Machine, Carriage, 1'ire and,
Plow Bolts, nnd Log Scrcwa,!
S T 0 V E
s
Si
TIN &. SHEET IRON WARE,
, TABLE A POCKET CUTLERY. "
, , a Large Annortmcnt cf
HOUSE FUHNIS1IINO (iOOIa
CROCKERY ANI CLASS WARE,
Kerofcno Latnr, Lantern. And Keroicna 01
Paly Crib, Carti uud Toy,
Threshing, Mowing & Wood
sawing Machinos.
Ioroand l)"g Power,
TIow. Cultivator, Harrow,
Corn Planter. Field and (lardea
Roller. Hay Cuttcra, Iloe. Cradle,
Scytho, Hay Fork, ,Drag-and Cultl
ratorTccth, QardcR and Flower Seed,
C.uiia and Oun Trimming, Powder
Flunk, Shot BngH," Gnn Cap,
and innuniemilo other arti
cle can to found at
SCMilTZ k MORLEYS
Our nhr. tv keep everything in tharioi
lines of trade, a Well an the endonror.to pluaio
i nr ruHtoninra In every ronpnct, m not eea i
. The patronuga r th public In genera I
tolieited. - ' ' '
; BCHMTZ k MOELEYS.
,itmh h S II Will I aililM Hii Still IS Hfii
GUCKIIOUT'S COLUMN.
' ton vii e
SUMMER TRADE
B. B. BUCKHOUT.
AT HIS NEW STAND,
Saginaw Block,
NORTH WATER ST.
Hai received thli Fall an unusualljr large m
aortnicut of
HAKDWABE
Stoves, Iron, Steel,
NAILS, CUTLEIIY, GLASS,
AXES OF ALL KINDS,
CABLE CHAINS IMIX SAWS
Cross-Cut Saws,
t '
. i . ,
BUTCHER'S MILL SAW FILES,
. Hub-' ' '
ter and
Leather Belt ,
Ing, Shovele, IlocR,
Spadoc, Farriiinir Implo-
n enta, Japanned Ware, Baka
: . Ke'.tlea, Camp Equipment, Iron
Kcttlca, Hatchets. Frying Pan Halter
Chaina, Wooden Y. ara, Irvn and B"' UT
ftl'.ndaforBliurkHiuithir-.uolta'Nuti, Sere
incK,Aail-.( r ilca.nafra.lIonie-Shoe Ilanpa.Stoel
prln(l", ana Midi Meiin for Jinpcflcf ami g
w vni, vmr iiinprn, unio mngvit, ua iron
Log CbainR, Trace Chaina, Carpenter'
Tool, Fqnaret,' Trowel, Buck
Saw, Pitch Fork, and other
: .' Farming ' TooN, Pocket
Knlvc,TaMo Knives
and Fork, IU- '
or, Scls- '
on,
Ac.
All kind of Gun Fixing, Talent Wad, Copper
la, Mint fMiuche, Porruwlon Cnj, and
BulU-t Mould, Ilorne Card, llor..o
Brusho. SVrcnchen, Shoo
Knlre. Coop
in' Tool, Bnnlc
Shear, Tailors Shear,
Buttonbolo Cutter, Everything.
SHELF HJlRDWAREj
SAWS, ' CARPENTER' TOOLS
t'L'TLKRT, IOOU TKIMMINUS,
SCREWS, OF ALL SIZES, AC.
Iff A WW TBIWIXCJ
COPPER, TI2ST,
A ND
SHEET IRON WAEE
OF ALL KINDS.
Manufactured to order, of the bent material, an
In a workmanlike manner. Stovciputup, Pi
fitted, Eave Trough and Water Conductor made
and put up, repairing promptly attonded to
Komacno Lamp made, or fitted with Burner
aud Chimney j Camping Utcnmil in ado In any
doaired atyle, Lumbermen fitted out with all o
eential article for Culinary Purpoxes In tho
wood! Zino Board tor t tovo made to order, and
everything required in this branch of mechanic
buainona dono promptly and well.
Tin "rVU'&ixr&
A Complete Aoortment of everything usually
caucci i.ir in mo Hue of im Ware, alway on
uuu'j. Aim,
Sheet Iron and Copper ware.
V VJIIj STOCIC OI'1
BRASS
KETTLES
PORCELAIN
PRESERVE
KETTLES,
CANS,
TEA AND COFFEE
C A N 8,
BREAD BOXES.
AND GENERAL
TAN TRY FIXTURES
Particular Attention
Is invited to aa Excellent Assorlweot ol
STOVES
fou all runrosEs,
Of Lato & Excellent Patterns.
COOKING, PARLOR,
ALL OF IiJCST QUALITY!
Rurffiia andcoiuxuou Pipo
WITU ALL RECBRRART riXTUHKi,
READY FOR FITTING UP AT ONCE.
A COMPLETE ASSOltTMENT
Of everything usually to be found In any Ifard
war Extiil.lirhinent, East or Weft, with the ail
dition ol article incident In the Ni'inm,f I.nm
Iterinir, Salt Boring and Miinnfacture, FiMhlnir
Ilitittnijc nd Trapping, will always be found at
my Store, here I shull be happt- as all times
to nieet old customer and now.
1'itft patrenngs
grali fully acknowledged.
B. H
EmI Saginaw,An, I, Ifjl.
BUCKHCCT.
'iM IlllssSJit SUHffl il IAIIIi Ullllil UlSsBsslSsWU
18C5 4;
WHOLESALE
RETAIL.
II
THE
GOOD NEWS!
NEW AND EXTENSIVE
JOBBING HOUSE
-AND-
RETAIL. STORE
COMMEROIAL BLOCK.
The New Brick Store,
Foot of Gcntttt Street, old $tand of
i. W. Clark- 'St' Co.j
PILED FULL OF GOODS FOR THE
'63. SUMMER TRADE. '64.
' BLISS, JANES & CO,,
At the New Brick Store, 6a the Dock, foot of
Geiiosce Street, havo now a COMPLETE
STOCK OF NEW GOODS
For Wholesale andJRciail Trade, consisting o;
Staple Sl Domestic Dry Goods
AND '
) Dress Goods
. OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Keady-ETade Clothing
FURNISHING GOODS ,
BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAfS
OR 0 CERIES AND PR 0 VISIONS,
Among which may be found
TEAS, . TORE",-
COFFEE, FISH,
SUO A US, SALT,
SYKUl'S, , BUTTER,
FUU ITS, LAUD,
CHEESE, SOAPS,
and a great variety of othef articles. Also,
XJ a i ji t s and Oils,'
GLASS, YANKEE NOTIONS,
Jbast Sasriimw Salt.
A General MUctllaneout Assortment
Of almost every variety of
Gr Q O 33
REQUIRED IN THIS MARKET,
iV 3sr u -
All New and. Fresh
Particular Attention is Called
To our stock of
TEAS & SUG AR,
We have an excellent sunnlv of these articles.
un sun nuoru iosoii at sucn rates that we have
no fear of .competition. Also, in the line of
Boots and Shoos,
Wo are fully stocked with foods of Eastern
innnufactaro, ami excellent qimlfty, for all ages
and conditions of ncoiilo. all bouuht at a verv
low figure for earh, anU will Le sold correspond
ingly low.
Tobacco, CI urn, Sec. '
Afullsnpi.lv, and of prime oualitr. Also a
general assortment of
Liquors of All Kinds.
COME AND SEE US.
Wo invite all to call, examine our Goods, aud
ascertain the prices. No charge for showing
a;ooilsor answering qucNtiona. We have etaU
lixhed ourselves noriimnentl y In thiseitv. and our
fiw ilities for trade are fully e-jual to those of any
of our neighltors. . .
C,7-TERM5, CASII.ZJ
Country rnxlnee of all kinds taken in ex-
bange fur gooils.
IT.L1S9, JANES A CO.
Eal 3iiginaw, J.in, I, ISC I.
FURNITDll
The SuUoribcn now offer fbr aale at the
CITY AUCTION TOUT:
Largo and well tulocted stocks of
F U R TJ ITURE,
Consisting In part of ' j.
SOFAS, TETE-A-TETES, LOUNOES,
SOFA SKAT ROCKERS, BUREAUS
! TABLES, CENTER TAULES, "BED
. . '. STEADS, CHAIRS, '
DED ROOM GETOI
' Atat Not, Uat Racks, (
Ijooking Glasses
Mattrasces and Pillows. Mouldings.
Picture Frames made to Order.
In short, everything- in the furniture line. Ad
ditiona are made to this stock of Goods each
week, and parties desirous of purchasing Furnl
ture will find it for their interest to call here be
fore purchasing tluswhere.
. r . C.D.BLISSACO
Aug. 1st, 1SC4. 2Glly
NEW GOODS I
NEW GOODS,
New Goods!
East Store Crouso Block.
O. H. & J. B. Crouso & Co.,
Are bow opening an entirely Kew Stock 0
Ooneral Merchandise la the East Store, CreUag
Genesee Street, Block,
EAST SAGINAW
Their Ftock oonsiHts of a larjre and wellselect
ea variety ot XTomusito and Ctaiile
Consisting of Silks and Dress Goods, Prints..
French ami English Slorinos, cluina, Bernges,
Wool and Cotton Flnnnels, Mittens, (Jlovcs and
IIonlery, Denims, Stripes, Satinetts, Cloths and
Cnssimers, Brown and Blecched Shootings and
Shirting, Chocks, Linscys and Plaids, tirain
Bugs, Toweling, TahJe Linen, Naj.kins, Tahlo
Covers, Striped Ticking, Burlaps, Ao. White
Uoods and Faney Ooods in gTeat variety, Cam
hries, Lawns, Check Cambrics, Curtai" Drapory,
Wall and Window Paper.
CROCKERY &LASS-WARE
A la'rge and beautiful variety of Lam, Look
ing Ulasses, Chamber Setts, common and fine
Table Cutlery, common and silver Forks and
SKon8, Egg Whiys and Basteys, Pocket Knives,
Shears, Scissors, Ac., with a jrenerol variety of
Yankee Notions, as Pins, Noodles, Thread, l!ut
tonSj Ao. Dross Trimmings, Ladies' Gloves and
Hosiery In great variety.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Jackets. Overalls. Merino Shirts and Drawers
1 1 nik.J lHfin, Hula, Ca, JTui UOOds,
Buck Mittens ana U loves.
HARD WA.RE
Cast Steel and Silver Steel Axes, Nails, various
kinds of cholf Hardware, Ac , Ao.
Groceries and Provisions,
A larco anil fresh assort tuent of Coffees. Teas
Sugars, Molasses, Syrnp, Spices. Saleratus, Coal
Oils, Drugs and Mediciues, Fish, Fruit, Dried
Apples, Dried l'lums, Ac, Ao.
Kerosene Lamps, Chimneys and
WICKS.
E7These Goods were bought for cash, by an
exiK-rwnccd ruyer. and at irreiit advantage eon
sitlering t he precarious state of the market. Thoy
will lie offered at a very small advance from cost
All those having purchases to mako, and the
putdio generally aro respectfully Invited to eall
and exainino Goods and 1'riccs bctore purchasing
elsewhere.
G.II.A J. B. CROCSE A CO,
' East Saginaw, Jan. 1st, lSbQ.
x e e e -
George W. Merrill,
- . PROPRIETOR OF THE
East Saginaw Foundry
AND
MACHINE SHOP,
Announces to the iiuMio that the establlsbmen
is better than ever before prepared to meet the
wants of increasing Business the a jition of
LARGE IRON PLAINING MACHINE
Tho longest and hearest in this part of the State
ana a . .
1ST E "W LATHE,
Expressly built for cutting Threads on SaltTu
bing and some other aditions to ruachinerr
makes the shoiis well sutiilied with irood Tools
ind prepared to execnto iirotnptly all orders for
fMiw .Mill anj (inn Aim irons, 1'longMs, rotnsh
Cauldron ami Sugar Kettles, liox Stoves, Sloigb
onocs ana Ana-j runs, . . .
Brass Boxes and Composition
Cast ing. Forgod Steel and Iron work. Particu
lar nolise Is hereby extondod.
TO SALT MANCFACTURER3.
am full? prcrarod to cat Threads on Well Tu
inir. manufacture I'uinns for Salt Wells of tha
Hent Samples In use. nnd il all kinds of Iron
work usually wanted at fcalt Works with dis-
pafcU.
AH Work Will Bo Warranted,
To do good businoss and be' In all respoclsas
represented '
B27The Patronage of tha Tublio Is respeet
fully sol'rited. ltrass and Copper bought In ex
change for work, or paid fr in ennh at all times.
Shops nro situateil In 3d Wurd, Water street, on
the l)ovk, East HainawMich,
Call or Address
O. S MliRRILL. .
. V. O. liox 301.
FOR SALE CHE A?.
A n nptlirht Pteam Knsino, 8 inch lore.
1G
.1 Ineli stroke anil tsro-llae boiler for Ihn snme
K. T. TI1K00P,
East Fsginaw, O. t. 27. lflfit.
CIGARS! CIGARS!
A' largo lot of cheap and high-priced elgnrs
just received, and for salo wholomilnand retail by
M. H. ALLAIIDT A Co ,
Irving Clock, ono door west of Little's Tank.
New Jewelry Store,
I
-1
Chasto and Elegant Jewelry.
FINE SILVER & PLATED WAEE.
H. R. PROCTOR,
Has recently opened a New Jewelry Establish-
nient in the UuUJing occupied by tnzeuo
1 Bros., oposite the Bancroft lloue, Gen.
see Street, where he offers for aula
i a superb assortment ot
Fashionable Jewelry
Of the latest stylo and most exqulslto workman
ship. .
SILVER AND PLATED WARE, GOLD
AND SILVER WATCHES,
CLOCKS. PEBBLE and PERISCOPIC OLAS
SES, FANCY GOODS, and a large and attractivo
assortment of other articles portaining to this line
of trade.
EIVCIIAVIIVG, ilEPAIIUSa,
Our personal attention given to Watch Reparlng
and Engraving. Watches regulated by one of
the bat Clocks in the City.
Hair Jewelry,
Of all styles and patterns manufacture! to order,
Cull and see my stock, which la the fiaost ever
vunrau in iui chj.
The celebrated American Watches, the best in
the world, sold at lower prices than at any other
establishment in this oity.
A chare of public patronage is solicited.
ii. ii. pnocTon.
it Saginaw, Jan. I8C4. 332 ly
MILLINERY.
A Superb and Fashionable Stock of
MILLINERY GOODSj
BONNETSj
HATS &G.J
AT MY '
MILLINERY EMPORIUM,
Washington Street, opposite Bancroft
llouso, East Saginaw.
CLOAKS & CLOAK MAKING.
Dress Making.
The Ladies of East Saginaw and Vicinity are
respectfully notified thut I have employed the
services of an accoinplUhed and experienced
l)ress Maker, who will never fail to give entire
satisfaction.
"WOBSTEIpS.
' I have aim added to my extensive assortment
of Huts. Millincrr flood and Clonks, a vast
amount mt ZKI'JI i K WOKSTrJI), iHiuble, Eng.
lieu nnd Split. I also have ft great variety oi
Mt.K ItlUHONS, and all kinds of DRESS
TRIMMINGS.
MR.5!. E. Q. IIAMMOfNP.
East Saginaw, Oet. 21, 18G3. 219y
Removal I
LEIDLEIN & BURGER
Have removed their
Hoot and Shoe Store,
To the Zd door east of tho Lverctt llouso,
Oenesoo street, w bore they have on hand ft
NEW AND EXCELLENT STOCK
OF BOOTS. SHOES,
Gaiters, Slippors, Shoes for Children's wear, Ac,
ana an ot tho best uuiteriui, ami aro con
stantly receiving new work of the
LATEST STYLES !
The host of Workmen and the best of Materials
are to be found at this establishment.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
Lurobormon, and everybody, will find it profita
ble to call at our Store.
We hare now on hand the best and most exten
sive assortment of goods In our lino ever offorod
In thu market, and DEFY COMPETITION
from any quarter.
. MANUFACTURING
Carried on in all its branches and all work of our
own make warranted. Our faeilities in this re
spect are nnsurpassod by any estatlifhmont in
the North West. -
Euxt Saginaw, Ang. 1, 1BC1.
FREY BROTHERS
DEALERS IN
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY,
SHEET MUSIC, '
PAPER I ANQING S,
YANKEE NOTIONS,
FANCY ARTICLLS, &c.
book: ibiztstdeirs
And. lllauk Hook Manufacturers.
Toys! Toy,!! Toys!!!
The largest and Best Variety of Toys, in East
Migmnw.
- Also, ft splendid variety of articles for
Holiday Presents-
Water Street, opsite Silsboo's Furniture 5 tore,
221 - Eust Snginaw Mich
WILLIAM O. DIETZ
CARPENTER and BUILDER.
WATER hTREET, BETWEEN 1ENESEE
AND HERMAN STREETS.
S NOW prepared to execute all kindsof work
appertaining to tho trado. llavinira loner
snu varied expenemo in. all Uanchesor the
business and ft irol stock of aoasoned lumber
on uand, I am confident, my work will please all
Who may favor mo with their patronage.. .
rlnnsand spoci Oca t ions drawn to order.
E7"Reideouo OB Jefferson street, oppjiito
the Brewery
Kant S.-s;inuw, Psremlier 24, IHtil.
Livory Establishment ;
A. W.-ATKS aV CO. -
AT their New and Extensive Stables, oi
Washington Street.
, EAST SAGINAW," MICHIGAN.
Have ono of the
Ben I. ivory EntnMUhments in tho West.
Family "turn uls" Homes ami Buggies Sad!
Horses, and "rigs" of all stvlos, single or four to
six horses, promptly fitted out.
KKVf AM) IN sTVLh.
Everything ftliont the establiKhment Is iu
good shape, tidy new and of latestyle. Horse
lwaysm good condition andearriSEes and Har-
noses neat nnd tidy.
K Ii A S U Ai A II I Ii KATE SI
only, charged In all Instances, sod the utmost
ains taken to irive entire satttiaction to all ciu-
uicrs.
A. IV. CMTCS it Co.
Eust .iginavr, Aug. P, 1G4.
PRICEQ
HAVE PASSED AWAY!!
IIEBEATTEBj '
puui: DRUGS,
... . I
M EDIC I N ES,
IDSTE STUFFS,
CHOICE WINES
PURE BRANDY,
. GENUINE LIQUOR
OF ALL KINDS, f
B URNING FLUIVj
&c, &0., &0.
Will be sold for cash as oIiGap
as they can be Bought
for Cash in tho
State, at
Frizelle Brothers,
. 0. 3, HESS BLOCK
At ths Old i vd o2f. S. HESS,
News ! News ! I
NEW FIL NEW SUITLIEa
At the former stand of E. A. IlOUail,
Uenosee Street, 1st door East of Exchange Block
last Saginaw, Michigan.
HOUGH & FOX,
HAVING ASSUMED the management of the
above well known establishment, eall publio
attention to their large and excellent stock oi
LIGHT GROCERIES,
BUTTER, EGGS, LARD, .
FAMILY SUPPLIES,
Confectioneries, Fruits, Vejelallts,
Hermetically Sealed Fruits, Pickles, Lobster,
Clams, An., Worcestershire Sauee, Cstiur,
Spices, aud (lencral culinary supplies and 1UW
lshcs, Ac.
FRESH OYSTERS & CLAMS,
Furnished la any quantity desired.
Cigars and Tobacco
of the very Best quality. . We are Agsnts tut tb
sale of tha celebrate 1
KELLY ISLAND GRAPES
In this section, and shall keep on band, at alt
times ft full supply, which we will sell at very
low figures.
UV Goods delivered to Customers In any
part of the city; free of charge. .
E.A.HOUOII. FOX
EastSaginaw, Oct. 13, 1863. 213
WHO WANTS 1
Who wants prime Iambs-wool undershirts
Or splendid Drawers or Hose,
Who wants Silk Pevket JIaBdkoroklefti '
Or Cambric if they chose 1
Who wants a snow-whito Linonahlii
The texture superfine, ' "
Who wants a killing necktie
The shirt-collar to entwine t
Who wants a stylish Coat or Vest,
Of any shape or shade 1
Who wants ft handsone pair of PanU
As good aa ever were made 1
Who wants first-rate Ov rcoat
To ward old winters ch
A "Raglan"hor "McCloIlan,"
"Bung-up" or what you will,
Who want Scarfs, Shawls, G loves, Oaoatlec
Suspcrderi or Valise,
Trunks, Carpot Bags, or aught that tends)
Gents comfort to increase.
To Marks far-famed Tower Hall r
Should hie then in ft trice,
And know that he ft.' 1 supplies' '
Prime Clothing at Low . 'ee.
TO II. A tit 1
Clothing nnd iiruV FnrnlIilMcr
tooi j;mtoriiini.
Genosee Street, opposite the Bancroft Hoaso
East Saginaw Mich.
J. W. GILBERT &. CO., :
MANUFACTURERS OF
Composl'lon Roofs, and Roofing Material,
AIho
BLACK JAPAN VARNISH,
1,0 ft pointing all kinds of iron work, such a
. rail road bridges, car tracks, steam boilers,
heet Iron ehimnej-s, tin and Iron roofs, cave-
rouchs. shutters, window cat and sills, column,
felines, agricultural implements, mill gearing,
anchors, chains, also, hulls of vessels, Ao.
This varnish Is the cbespvst and most dnrable
eon ting fr iron work now in use, and can be ap
plied by any Ineipericnoed person. A liberal
discount to iho trado. Samples cent when re-,
quired.
Orders addressed to us, box 833, will receive
prompt attention.
Factory ncBr comer of Lamed and Fourth
streets, Office, 64 Jefferson avenue, I'ctroit.
209tf
THE DESIRE
OF
Saginaw Valley.
CHOICE FAMILY
Green and lilac k Teas
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
And for Salo by
Greene & Brother,
'CHIOOERS,
Zd DOOR EAST 01' CITY S TEA It
ALL5,tfleosef Street, Eatd Snglnsw.
OLD

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