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Ageslaut, king of Sparta, being ntked what things h thought most proptr for Lojs to learn, very appro priately replied, "Thotj things which, they should practice when thoy bi coms men." Tho world-renowned Rothschilds ascribe their success t) the following rules t Be an off-handed man-make a bargain at once ; never hsT anything to do with an unlucky roan or plan ; be cautious and bold. David liicardo, the celebrated political economist, had what ho called his own three golden rules, tho ob nrranco of which he used to press on his friends. They wore: Is over to refuse an option when you can get it ; cut short your lossos ; let your profits run on. Stephen Girard, the l'hila- delphia millionaire, when roquosted to furnish incidents of his lifo, replied My aptions must make my life. John Jacob Aster's fundamental maxim was: Take care of the con ts the dol lars will tako care of themselves. John Fredly's never-varvincr motto was: " Self-depondenco and self-re liance." Nicholas Loncworth, of Cin cinnati, who paid the largest tax (f'JI.UOO) of any man in Aroorica, said : "I have always had thoso things bofore mo : Do what yeu undertake thoroughly; be faithful in all accepted trusts," 1 T. Barnum, tho noted exhibitor, ' ascribed his success in ao cumulating $1,000,000 in ten years to the unlimited use of printers ink, Kobert JJonner, who has made a for tune in four years out of the New York Ledger, attributes his success en tirely to " insistent, repeated and gonorous advertising." " Mr. bpeak er, said John Kandolph," " I hav found the philosopher's stone : it is, Tat as toc oo.' " The Old Quarters HAVE PASSED A WAY I ! Fish as Food. We copy the fol lowing sensible remarks on tho ques tion of food from the Portland Prm When butcher's meat is so dear. and poor people find it so difficult to obtain a, supply , it is well to look about us and see what can be used in its placo, and therohy save a penny, which is equal to earning one. Great meat-eaters are quite apt to mistake stimulus for nourishment Meat, wo nil know, is much more stimulating than nourishing, and the person who keeps bis stomach ami blood excited by tho flesh of warm-blooded animals, ueiaom or never leeis sausiiea with a dinner of fish. The stomach may bo filled with it, and still tho man feels the want of something to excite his blood and make him feci as if he had xnado a hearty dinnor. Now, fish alone will not have this effect upon the system of, a man who is a real beef-oater. IIo wants to oat his fish and then stuff in roast beef, which produces the usual stimulus, and he fuels satisfied. , The soft fibro of fish is moro, easily digested than the muscle that forms flesh. There is in fish, also, a sub stance that i3 not found in flesh of land animals. We refer to iodino, which tends to prevent scrofulous and tubercular disoases that afflict those in the higher ranks of life. It has been proved by analysis that the solid matter! of fish, that is, the matter which remains after desication or tho expulsion of the aqueous part, is very little inferior to meat, game or poul try.' That fuh is a health-giving food is jbundant proof. The ichtby IhVr . 6ur8 mucu 153 from ill opharist:. the IIlcat eater- Tbo health than . Ust J.nd PoliAc fam most hoalthy, mi.. Drirrc.'ina(, f00'1 '9 ilies are those whos m nroverb f,r fan. ' iiauermen are t T,R consti their good health and str. 'onnng tutions. The women, too, bn anj to this class are not only hae v hearty but good looking, ana man,, really beautiful. - FOR THE TIME BEING, r PUKE DRUGS, MEDIC I N E S, D"YE STUFFS, CHOICE W1WES PURE BRANDY, OENUINE'LIQUOR Iaints and Oils, ; , Petroleum, Benzole, &c, &c., &C ; v Will 1)9 sold for cash as cUeap as they can bo Bought for Cash in tho Stato, at: ' v'l Frizollo Brothers, - ICOEIILER J1LOCK. WASIIING- . ..TON 3TIIEEX, :; NORTH OF TinfRUIN& ' STATIONERY For the Multitude. S 8 n f 'T 9 O H Largest :Afi3ortmont of t -- WALL PAPER EVER BROUGIIT TO THU3 MARKET. JXTE W -a o o z s FOR FALL and WINTER TRADE, 18C3-4 r - . Hat Jiut received a'pArge and attractive at eortineut hf ------ BOOKS AND STATIONERY embracing STAXDARIX .m ' - MISCELLANEOUS, CLASSICAL AND . ; f: ) school books. JUVENILE AND TOY BOOKS, BIBLE AND PRAYER BOOKS, Large lot of Cap, Letter and Note Taper, tapl kdj fanrr Mauoncry, r.nreicpM ol ull kiadf, lilank Hooka, Alemoranduia -t. - asd 1'am iUuka. , . , M , MABIS, TODD A CO'S CELELItATDD Watohei, JeweUjr, Pnre fliWer Ware.ltich jlakl uooas, viock, so-, .. wctcer wita WILLIAM O. DIETZ CARPENTER and BUILDER. WATER IMET. BETWEEN QEXESEE AND oi'AN STREETS. Lanouage Esolaxd rwB Ameeica. George Augustus . ,8 tolunie, just published in Enlanu, entitle 1 "Mj Diary in America in the Midst of War," has the following passage: You (Americans) from Chicago 4d Cape Cod, from Nevada to Nantucket, speak rery nearly the same pronunci ation, ; "Wo speak fifty ' different dia-lects-Northumbrian, ' Lancastrian, Cambrian, Phoenician, Erso, Cockney que $ai$j! Some of us lisp, somo of us drawl, and somo of uti stutter, and many of . us hem and haw, and a great .many of us elap on the IPs where they 'should bo left off. We nro always spoaking, and yet wo speak badly. : Our philosophical doctors dis agree. We huvo no academy (thank Ilearen) and no dictionary; that is to say, wo have a hundred, but do not accept of any as final , authority. In pronunciation, Oxford is at war with Cambridge, Dublin .with both, and Edinburg with alL ' The forum and the bar, the pulpit and the stage, are in virulent antagonism,-one paper calls a Bishop's domain a "diocoss," another a " diocese;" and betwoen Al ford and Moon tho Queon's English and thp Dean's English it is difficult to choose. . WoMEK OF PaSUIOXS REDflED. St. Jerome,' in one of his' sermons, gave a rebuke to the fashionable women of his day, which seems so nppropos to those of bur own that wo give it cir culation : ' -' . Ah! shall I tell you who are the women that scandalize Christians? They are those who daub their cheeks with red, and their eyes with black; those who plaster their faces to white to bo human, reminding ws of idols those who cannot shed a tear without its tracing its furrow on tho painted nutface of thoir faces those whosrr ripe years fail to teach them that they are growing old those whose hoad dresses are made up of other pooplea hair thoso who chalk wrinkles into counterfeit presentments of j'outh, nnd those who affuct tho demeanor of bashful ''maidens' in tho piesence of troops of grand-children.V. ' . . ItioH Velocity. There was a small model of a turbine whool on exhibi tion at the San Francisco Pair, which revolved at tho enormous velocity of firo thousand times in a minute a motion so rapid that it does not ap pear to movo at nil, till . the fioger is placed on tho surface which creates a heat by the friction epial to rod-hot 'iron. " IIcKDtr-riE" is an incorrect spell inir of 41 umblo pie," a pie made 'of " umbles," a plural noun, meaning a Wr's entrails. To " oat unitlo-j'iu M i to. eat of the pooreil dih. I' 'NOWr1rerareJtoxcental?Wn1of work ' ertaininK to tie trade. llas lo"K and vf.t-'"d l,wine in aJl brancbe tbe i K00'' alock of aeaioned lumber who n.ay fuvor n.a will th.. .ratroD' ""nand oifioati)ii draan tiir fr WiriU.. "ti the Brewery 4 1C1 J. Yankee Notions - "Tlia XkJK" ftock of Vlall Paper over offered for l e In til'1 market, of new rtyiei and paterni, Window Curt.v'n I'aper, Oil Phmlee, large rario ly, Curtftl Oilat-Vj ; At , all of which will he aufd LOW FOR iASlf, raj wolto 1 iuitk alet and email profit - 21Pjr T. E. 1). -I I KEW GOODS, ;:: MEVT ebb- DS'f " AT " " T E. P. & H. I. Penfielci. t Irving' Block, Ceneeoa Street. FALL aSgTvINTER DRESS GOODS, JDALAIORAL SKIRTS, KNITT GOODS, WOOLEN noaiERY & GLOVES, Woolen Yarn, all Colors. duckiiout's colu:.:;j. 030L IHEaEXXdL ton. yns SUMMER TRADE I 18 6w4. 3 t;. WHOLESALE -A.3STID - RE T A IIi r -1 B. B. BUCICHOUT - i JVTIIIS NEW STAND, : Saginaw Block I NORTH WATER ST "I Ilaa reeelred thle Fall aa anumallj large a- onment or ' - O "; , f-'-ii . '-'.- Stores, Iron, Steel, - NAILS, 1 CUTLERY, GLASS, AXES OF; ALL KINDS; CAD LIS CHAINS JMLL SAM'S Crpss-Gut Savs; i BCTqiIER'S MILL SAW rtLHS, . 3 Rnb- ' " . beraad ' 1nr, Shoreln, Iloe, -fyadci, Farming ImpIeV" . k I vents, Japanned Ware, Hake K'le, Catnp. Kquipmentu, Iroo ITettlee, UatoheU, Frjinjr Pana, Halted Cbaini, Wooden Ware, Iron and Steel of all kinds fur Dlackiuilbinr. Ik.lU. NuU. Hrrw Tackfl.Naila, Files, Unpi,Unie-6hoe HJMf.tcel cpriDr, ana (Mien jnwni for is ugiee and Wag- wui, it it iiiuci, ytmim iiinger, ?aa lnm JLojf Chain, Traoe Cbaini, Carjwntore' Toli, Squaree, Trowels, . liuck t Sawi, l'itch Forks, and other Farming Toole, Pocket " " Jinires, Table Knirca- ' I '' and Forks, K- . ; y tore, 8oi- " - t f-.-j-.vi oi, 4c. . . . All kinds of dun Filing. Patent Wads, Copper ( Flaskr, 8hot ponhen Percussion Cape, and Jjuiiet aiouiiU, iiurre Lards, Usre r 4iuinr, ti reDcnes,enoe Knives, Coop ers' Tools. Bank ' f ' liears, Tailors' Fhears,. .' Luttonhole CnttQi.-lireriblBj. . -1 V: SHELF HARD WARE. SAWS, . Fi CARPEXTER' TOOLS, SCREWS, OF ALL SIZES, AC. .HIAWUFA'CT UElSlVG f COPPER," TI1T, AND SAFE INDEMNI1- , BY STATE AUTHORITY. - 1IEW ENGLAND riUE A2JT) MARINE INSURANCE COMFANT SgHAIlTFORDS CflARTZREB CAFiI?lS5QH!M. rCASH CAPITAli,$2C0,q00.3 GoWith a largo Surplus. C cbo.hjewett,&v. mATEms.PrHt Cii' This Uompi itb tb J)irtLU Utcr. are dulv autboruoil to ineore against Loea ef Damage by Fire - , E JTMVlIcios isued on as liberal terms as any other responsible company, by ' ' C, K. ROllINHOX, , Agtntjur r.aA Saginoit and ticikity East Saginaw, Aug. Cth, 1M3. ' , 3Era2EB."CJ3:i27,f FISH AND VEGETABLE MARKET. Croute Plock, Washington Street, (lately oecn cupied by Schupp k Rario, as st lry Goods Store. . i a . ! fyilE Pioneer Fish, FrwU and'Veglalle del I er In Kast Sapiuaw, respectfully announes to bis old customers, and the liUio in Rcnorsl, that bo hnsnpfiiod an ostabltsliKcrit at the above stand, where he w ll keep on band, at all tames, Tho Largest; and Best As r sortmont of . PioVbts, Pauees, Cen'd Frnits and Fish, and ' JleruK-lL'ully henlod Fish in ejenoral, te ' be found in (he Ssginaw Valley. - u ""',.' -.. Fresh Fruit3, Fish, VcgetaMe and Oysters, Received Daily, . . And sold lower than at any other esiUibmn la the Valley. ' J. R. U0TD. . East Psgfnaw, Sept. 1, 16CI. ' : ,' '' r ! TST. RECKIVJID tin htrlnja. A fine assort meat afVU B.r.CniEffBBiCta DIANKETS"; BAGS, r FLANNELS, Cjirpcjta, IV j Wall Paper, w -v. 1'ArER HANGINGS, .j. I Atq Agents for the Celebrated , , t ! : i'-i FLORENCE SEWINCTMACIIIN E: y h CARLISLE, ShllTH & CO.: i - 7 hJ Leather and f Findings i Stor6 i - ; i yi Comer 4 Wter and Tasepla EtreeU, Cast Jl Baginaw,- i ! i I Always on Hand,, A fall and eomplote stock of LEATHER & FIN DIN CG Comprised In jfert ef SrANISIT AKD FLArntfTER SOLE, IlAR AMD UPPKRLBATilEH, .x French, ffpar.ish and 61aec;htcr Kip. Frtnon, II Jersey, Oak and lleiglock Calf; ' 1 Linings, Kindings, Roans, Ae., Ae. Also a Oeneral Assortment of SHOEMAKER'S; FINDINGS ; and altklidsef SHOEMAKERS'. TOOLS. I Onr s;ede will be sold is low a at any estab lishment In Northern Mickjga, and we shall at all times sell at as slight a ntargia for profit as dealers elsewhere, West orjEeH. I 1 . CASH FOR HIDES, At tba Highest jfsjket Pi ice. pynetDember the pi see, eornerof Water and luacola streets, East Saginsstj , CARLISLE, SMITH A CO. ! East Saginaw, Sept. 14, 16C4. 2C7yl SALT KETTLES. SALT. KETTLES. .,., -a SALT? KETTLtS. .. i A FEW IIEAVT ff ALT KETTLES tot enie s4 .'yraeuse prlcei, adding transportation, 7 :?t . W. MERRILL. SHEEV .tKOIi WilEE, - of.:alvCkindo. Manufactured to order,' of lcB jnparlal, and in a workmanlike manner. .?toTe pot up, Pipe fitted, EaTe Troughs and Water CooJuctors made and put op, Repairing promptly attended to Kerosene enps mat&( or 'fitted VT,tl Burners and Chimnevs ( Camping Utensils inaii In any desired style, Lu.u'r;ic, led eut Villi sential articles for Culinary Purttee in the woods; Zino Boards Ior.T ! crder, .'d everything required in thu t wechanicft buslaes." d,n ProMP7 lM 9.. . THE GOOD WA11I rj E WSI NEW AND EXTENSIVE JOBBING .If-tr if, i HOUSE 'A If V- FURNITURE. r f , ubaoxlbere bow offer fer sU at tLe CITY A TJCTION STORE Large and well selected stoeks of FU RJ ITURE, Coaiistiag la part tsf E0FAS, TETE-A.TETE3, LOrjNGESL . . SOFA AEAT ROCKKRH, UURKAU3, 1 TABLES, CENTER TABLES, BED STEADS, CHAIRS, DED noon getoi What Neullal Rack, " V 'Hookingi Glasses . . Mattresses aod Pillows. . Mouliings. Picture Frames Made' to Order. lo short, Vrervtbing to the furnltere line. Ad ditions are joaJe te ibia. stock ef Goods each week, and parties desirous of purchasing Furni ture will find it for their interest to call here be ferje pbrekakhig elRewbra.n .i'T'f ,J 1 J CD. BLISS A CO. 2CUy NEW1 'GOODS ! Aug. 1st. 1SG4. NEW PJIjGG'V. A tvperp and Faibloaablo Stock of MILLINERY GOODS, . BONNETS J -' yi:j:HATS&o.j AT MT .-. . i .1 MILLINERY EMPORIUM, WciBlxinfrtoa Stroet, orpoalto Dancroft . Ilous0, East oagin&w. .'. , .. CLOAKS' Ci CLOAK MAKING. i 'I it-ill .'.). ,;U':: -.',7 ; : Dress, Haking.' : The Ladies of East Fsrinaw and Vicinity are respectfully 1 notiBel tbat I have employed tba services f ran, -accomplished and eipertonccd Dress Maker, who will nerer fail te gue eutire tausfaouon. ...; - !i: CHICAGO r:.ATff.1ftRKET, -NO. 1. Gmim tired, f deori Eait of le JUertU ' ZTouu." ' '' Johh TJ. Tholl, . ' . . . v-..;, , Eeepa at all times, at bis well known establish ; " ment, an assortment of . ; . . ' ; FRESH MEATS ; Of the eholvoat sjaallty, also a full stoek ef BifOKEt); DRIED AND TRll- . ; ' -f 6ERVED MEATS;. .. Of erery dcscriptlen. The ntmost attention paid to the preparation of raaata either fresh er oured. Aleate delirered in ail parts of the city, free ef , charge; ' ' ....! :' .K0-y. Eat Saginaw, May 25, 1864. iTpRSTEDSy, T hair aWadded (o rny ertensire assort ment of Hats: MUiinerr , Goods and Cloaks: m vast amouutof ZEPHYR WORSTED. Double. En Jlah and Pplit. : I also hare a great variety of HII.K IUliB03S. and alb kind of TRIMMINGS." . ..m... !....! M1UJ. IS-U. HAM JllTMJ. 219y East Safflnaw. dct. 21. 1663. w vr mj RETAIL ST ORE COMMEROIAL BLOCK. Foot of Qtnutt Strttt, eld eland e .'.... n ...i i ..I fV. Vie ClarU a: Co., FILED FULL OF Q00DS FOR THE '63. SUMMER TRADE. '64. 1 T BLISS, JAMES & CO, At the New Brick Store, on the Dock, foot of Genesee Streeiare 4w VCOXPLETE STOCK OF NEW GOODS For Wbotteule' aiidJReiail trade'otnsiiding oi ' v ' 4 fcJtdplo U Domestic Dry Goods -AND : 1- rr Drcjys Goods OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Seady-Hade Clothing, FURNISHING .GOOqSj BOOTS AND SHOES nATS AND CAPS. .U'). T .'l"T! V. CO .-4 JFREY BROTHERS ,f DEALERS in : , ; , ... SPHnn; RGSKS STATIONERY. Ke ay Goods rrxt: r--i East Store Cronso BIooIl V V Are now (Deporal Ueeioe opening an entirely New Slock o Merchandise in Ue Eat Store, Crvuse 6treet,Iocl, 7 ) Tbelr Stock eon fists of a large and wellselect ed rariety of LVMnestic and Staple . w . w ; . SKI- ooiJSr Consisting of Silk and Dress Goods, Prints. French and English Merinos, Detains, Eerages, Wool $od rVrtuB Flaaeels ' TUiltcns, fTTftTes aftd Hosiery, Denims,' !Uips; Satiaetts Cloths, knd Cassimers, Drown and Dleoched Sheetings and Shirtings, Checks, Linseyi and Plaids, (3 rain Hags, Toweling, Table Linen, Napkins, Table Corers, Striped - TU-kinp:, Burlaps, Ad. i White Goods and Fsnry GmU in great variety, Cam bries, Lawns, Check Cambrics, Curtain Drapery, nail ana n indow 1'aper. CROCKERY & GLASS'WAftE A large and beautiful rsricty of Lamps, Look lag UlassesM tbauiber .reltV oosninon, -cad fin Table CufleTT, common and silver Forks am Spoons, Egg Whirs and I Wets, Pocket Knifes Shears, hciors,o., with a pcnersl rariety ot Yankee: Itotioiia, as Pios, ree.iIoK, Thread, liut ions, ae. irera. intuiiungs, tmaies' uiores an Hosiery in great rariety. GENT'S i FURNISHING , GOODS, Jackets, Oreralbi, Merino Shirts and Drawers, Heavy Ribed Drawers, Hats, Caps, Fur Goods, iiuca Aiittcns and u loves. , .. Cast Steel and Silrer Steel Azos' Kails, rarlons YANKEE NOTIONS, ' FANCY ARTJOLLS, tc. . .rV 'in' !;. ...l ... .". -J- BOOK ' BIISTIDEXIS Anl lui J?ook Mnnitfactnrer". . ;. The largest and Best Variety of Toys,1 in Bast ." Saglnawr c'.'Als'c alplocdid variety ef artiolO far .".Y Holiday Prebentc. Water Street, opposite Silsbee's Furniture 221 . East Saginaw Mich ftore, At iqds of Shelf Hardware, Ae., Ao. GR QCRIES AND TR O rjSIONS, A tnlig which nay befoanl ' ' TEAR, PORK, COFFEE,,;; , . .FJSII,' . . 6COAR.V SALT,' ,1J-' !(;.: STRIPS;, j u; -BUTTER,,; i,;.t: FRUITS, .' .LARD, r' CHEESE, ' v.i.i. . (OAfS, aad a great variety of other articles. Also, Paints and Oils, A Comrlcte-AfsortnicaW'f-T''ytbm5 usually called It In the lino oMisi H are; always on hand. AW, t; V s fc Shce.Iron and Copper w- jki jcuj-r stocic 6jb BRASS (T KETTLES, PORCELAIN s KETTLES, PRESERVE CAK8, TEA AND COFFEE O V. A. V UREA D BOXES r AND PANXRY GENERAL FIXXtJRES. r i Particular Attention Is invited to an Excellent Assortment ol I, STOVES , foR-ALiiruRrost:?, Of Lato . & Excellent Patterns. CbOklNG.-PARUOfV c- OF I) ESI V QUALITY I 4. ''i r-"H ALL Rurfoia and common Pipol With recessait riiTvitrs, o READf FOR FITTING UPAT OrtCE.; A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT Of everything nsnally to be fonnd U say Dard' wars fUtMhllshmcnt. East or West.'wilh the ad ditifn;rf nrticles Incident to the business of Lnm bering. Salt Jtorlng and Manufacture, Fishing Homing aad Trapping, will alway be found at my Store, where I shall be happrai all tiaiee to mett old customers and new. Piu( patronage grateful! .acknowledged B n. RcQintCT.': EMtsrB",Aeg, I, If 31. Sriui , i , iiii.'I ! S;alt. A General liiicelldniioH Aitorlnient'"' .. 'ii,'. .r . ,i i..-t mi .i. .j Of almo every Varf etjr Of 1 1 '' 1 G D O 33 S REQUIRED IN TftlS MARKET, ,' -...lo a -;. -,,i 'ii p-.'Oi) .;.'.,tr.'' AND ,i' r a T - it i a 'l . T': All Wew and Freoh Grcc8rios - and Provision?, ) A large and fresh assortment of Coffee. Teas, Snirara M. ! Svrm.a Pr.tj.na C . . , Ia r", . I Oil,,Drvre and iiedi.ues, , I'jsh,rrait, , Dried Applet, - wiea iintuv; e.; a. " .rr 4 Koro'seno "Lamps', CHmaeys' and Wicks. st'eT'ThejAOi wefehopght for cash, by an experienced buyer, and at great advantage con sidering tho .precarious it stt of the market. They will be oOeseJat si vitry'fduaiftdtasWfjMmWt. All those Laving purchases to make, and the public generally artwespectfully invited, to esli, anooaautae uooda laa rruiei tafttra parckaiiing eisewuere.. . - fl. II. A J. R. CROrSE A CO . East Saginaw. Jan. 1st, 1SC5. , 1 BQ 5i' .j. Particular Attention is Called i ,:. .! .'i .. . Toonr stock of . . 'I TEA8 & SUGAE, We have an excellent supply of these articles, and can afford to sell at such rates tbat we have no fearfpsapetif ipn-.Aleoj in fhe line of j j j Boots and Shoos, itb good of Rastera lality, for t Ixttiget at r '" 1 r i i We ate fully stocked manuracture, and excellent quality, Tor all agoa all g ingly low. and conditions or people, aiL4oiiaet at a very low flrure fur cah. and will be told eorrespond- .:. - in TobaCV,':01 gark'y Sc c. general assort uieot of ' ' Liquors of All Kinds. COMte'AlTD SEE TJS. Ml We invite all to eall, examine onr Hoods, and ascertain the prloes. "Ko charge for showing roods or answering onestions. We have estab lished otirslf et ! etitlT In M rlty.tnll otj t facilities Twtrkde are fully equafta Miose ef ay4 of our neighbors. .'-p:.,t .- w'.'.' .( -.I ! ' T ; i ' t ; - I- UJT TERMS, CASU.!..-!.,.. -! -..' '. f - i ! . ' i .. Country peodnee of all kinds f nkea In ex change for gooda. :-:( v,ur .WW??00-'' Bat. Saglnsw. Jan. I, 1864. George : WJilerrill, FROrRlETOR OF TITK '. ' -2 it.4 ' : ' ' Ea3t SaffiiiawFoiuidry s . i AND crc"jaiawtsssw Livery Establishment ; . -!; ' ' ' - . t: i f mi i 1 ; a. iv oates v co.,rr AT their New and. Extensive rStalles,. Washington Street. "' ' v - , BAST SAGINAW,; MiqniOAN.; . Have one of the b IBest Livery Estahlishuetits iii.thi West; Faniily "turn outs" Horses and Bucgies. Sadie Horses, and Ttrs ' ofall styles, tingle i tlx horses, promptly1 fttred out., . . " ' NEW AND IN STYLE. Everything about the establishment It In rood shape, tidy ,new and of late style. Horse always in good condition and carriages and liar- escs neat eun U'Jy. . . . i REASON ABIE RATES! only, ebarred in all instances and Ibe ntmoeli T)aos taken to rive en'.lre taturaction te all out- toinbrt.'." i J'"' '" ' ' !:' A. W. r.ATEsI k Co. Enst Saflnaw, Aug. 816G3. , 7M. "IIKMERMAM Co 1 -vr.-. ,' . ....'-.! J.::.-; '. ' : i YVhoIesiaUpealerilN , Foreign Winea' ' ; J ; and Liquors I'll '(it; A. in ' i . , Domestic Brandy Ohio ncctlflcd AVliliky'. c. South Store, Toion Blociy Water 04., East Sag- ' lnaw, Michigan, J vf.? Have facilities of ( rectify ing whisky of al j' kinds, at their stand. . Vf. Z- A CO.. East Saginaw, July 21, 1863. " ' 220-3mp :. or four te WHO WANTS! Who wsrite prima lembe-wool nnderanisit, ; u r ; it!i''X)replendid Drawert or llote, ' ,. .-. r:" c iWbo wants Silk Bosket raadkerskieA , ; . Or Cambria If they ehoee 1 ( . , ; ' Who wants a snow-white LinenbM ' ' 'u'v'TheUxturetnperflne;': ; Who wanlt a killing neoktla' I ;'! -.l i; ;,.nTbe ahlrt-eollar, to entwine T .,',f. ,;1,. .j. Who want a stylish Coat or Veei," . j Of any shape or shade 1 ' , 'Who wants khandsoae pair of PaaU'r; ' At gooi aa ever were made 1 .; .. ' TTho wants a flrst-rate Overcoat , ( Te ward old winters eblll, - ' A ?RaglanMJT ''MeCleDan,! ' i : j:: : ,f . VBanjp-np'f of what yon will, r, r Who wants Scarfs, Shawls, Cloves, Cseatliesi ' Suspendert or Vallte, J' ' 'J- ' '' ' ' ' Trunks, Carpet Bage, Or aught the! lead : '. O en t'a comfort to iaer ease.- .-. )', To Marks' far-famed Tower Hall , -; ,f . .' Should hie them In a trloe, . " " 'Aad know that he alone inppllee "l 1 C J 'T "r Primed dfcthlng at Lew Price; :.: .v - TO II. MARKS ( ' f Clothliiff find (Km' Furnltblsifr - ; ood Kiiiporiura. : - - ! Genesee Street, opposite the Beaoreft Hoaswi East Saginaw Mich. , , ' t J. W. GILBERT 8c.CO.i-,,, , . MANUFACTURERS OF , Compoal'lon fioofa, and Roofing Material.. Also Ladies Dress Goods BLACK JAPAII VARHISH, STEVENS & POOL . . . . .- : i Ilrlrk XXlock. Opposite the Pest , OCirc, " r' Saginaw Pity. ' Beg'leave to call the' attention of the Lad!! ef Eat'iia(;h)aw to their line off J , ,. DRESS GOODS iij. AND ' ,4,.': " ' DRESS SILKS. Wrncb, a xt grda ttyle, taste,; excellence and 1 .'OR Dentin a? all kinds of iron work, sneh aa . J. rail road bridges, ear trucks, steam hollers, w, sheet iron chimneys, tin and iron roofs, eave-- 4 troughs, shutters, window caps and sills, columns, fenc es, agricultural implements, mill . gearing, anchors, chains, also, bulls ef vessels, Ae. 1 " This varnish it the cheapest and most durable. : '. roatmr for iron work now in use, and caa be sp- . plied by any inexperienced person. A liberal ' discount to the trade. Samples seat when ro ' quired, : ' . t - ' ,- ,' ,. Orders addressed to na box 833, will receive prompt attention. , ' "" ' . Faetory:near: eorner of Lamed aad Fenrth . streets, Offlee, 64 Jefferson avenue, Detroit. , , , T H E D E S I R tZ Saginaw Yallejr. CHOICE family ' : . men, a rfgartu ttyle, taste-excellence and ; r .r.v -r-4 -!. quality are far superior to the slocks usually of- UTCCIl ailll IllaCk Tc&St . leredfor.al.here. ,i:u Q&tffo Tlj'V ' ttAKD T.f-7- .T'TrtTT-OT'Q ' 4jvI:'AatIforSal.fy : . . v.. Hating made Our pftrchhsee advantageesly,;w XaTCQTIO CL BrOthGr. .....r.r O- JEl O O E R S 2d bdort'$AST 6f cirr steam. can and will tell at very' low figures. A CQenoral .Assortcneni of lrt-r Ooods ef all Saginaw; Decembxwi Hw 1 WH . vi 1 y i : r , . 280-tf 1 I MILLSS Genesee Street Zast Saginaw.' ,)'.. , , ,i,ii,nf , , ,,,, -. -nil. . 1 , v invivvnfli N-': .0A&ir;6Ai-iTl.;; $260,000.., business of PjIOtO- ( '"-ti" i wJ iI4 V n'' '-w ' JxUnufmnri.oPlurtchailorKaliialsi h IlJJllrallCA, CrtlllTinTlir: "!. -vrndlxiALlilLBb miwt-..iiii - j.' . OF HARTFORD, CONN,''!' 1 r r SOliBKOADWAY In ftddiiion to our in ft in It nifsi u 1 r 1 1 r tvuiirs t n... t.j ... 1 - t ii nu a 0 t r rrrT?T r . 1 . r .. f.ll.. 1 . - I UlDL' Tf.tlfi i h e "s. AMD.STEREQSCGPIC.VIEWS: iDir wiri te oeij 1 n nsi inn eiaj r rottnm Viut snd LnaiLfcnpaa, (.roppe, StstuaryAt , V Also. Rettving'Ftcreos,T)es, for puMfoorJfriVa(o eJ I Lioition.. uar LawiuKue wm be tent te, any ad- drcst on receipt of Stam. . that time. .(Those desirioi 1 VII' v i iy - .j r ... muuuijijiicu, woo WMI Mrc. i- ler promptly ittond te and end net tha busiee-4. r (or tbat company. This company stands A No. 1, , at will be seen byr referring to- the taateaenU of 'ir ?,T,t57 nre' WDlcn ce"Taa a .few weeks sines; . 30,000 watTald rremntlv h- . : MACHINE SHOP, Annonnccs to the public that the establishment is hotter than ever- befota i prreared to wioet.Mie wantt of Increasing business the ttJitifcn of a ' LARGE IRON PLAINING MACHINE The longest aad tea votfla. this part ot thTstite and a isr is jX- u. t, k:, -i.. ,.......T i;. !.(,; . . ..:.. ;t, Expressly In tit fof ratting Threade on Salt Tu bing and some other editions to machinery makes the shops well supplied with good Tools ind prnsnknrd.vt eioertTe syfmpUy U ;onlcri,fnr Saw MilWnd Orirt 5HT1 Iront, PlonghsT'l-wasir Cauldron and Sugar Kettles, Box Stoves, Melga Shoetand AneVlrent 4 ; - ...I WM BrasOxtaand Composition ?r- tTv ' '' ' Casting. Fdrred Steel and Iron work.' Particu lar notice It hereby extended.. ; t,- j-j.j ..i,, ' ' ' ' ' .."- '.'. ! . : TO SALT MANUFACTURERS. :c , .-; i. i I am fully. HpIrM p.mt Thmdsftn WH Tr hing, man of ac torn iHimpe fr. Salt Wells ot the BeatSempHi in nee. and do all kinds of iron, work usually wanted at Salt Works with die- All W& ktlif tlJ Wtrtiiiloil, i f .t I ii-j '-.4."h'i,j-4 1 ..;) 5 1 n .it- ffe To do good business and be' id all respects at represented .f.'i -i i ml"- rifThe Parronftge'of the Pablie It vespecVJ fully eorited.i ' Erase and Copper bonghtin e change for work, or paid for In cash at all time. Shop are situated In 3d Ward, Water street, a the Dock, East Saginaw, Mich, - Call or Ad Irhss i :- U. W. MERRILL. ... WM.tOKHTS';. PIIOTOfiRftPH &Rr.lBFiiLlTYPE rrvtrita Tort WsLfhlngten St Saginaw, Jlich. Office. 'East 2I that Uine. .,Those desiring risNs teken can de jm J t ,bettef tban td insure In this company. ' ' ' ' ri: J-v ."t ,,,U. C. BUK'i Agewe.' 5 Eas Saginaw, June 24, 1863. f Capital 'Assortment f ifit any ntherf . A.7 frill .be lwlt by mall, FANO Y G OODS-TO YS rcr, on recent or price. ' " ' ' , , TI: 7 At crum'a . variety; Store, ,7 Banorofl Block, Washington Street. . -Vil'I !!!: We were-thefirst te ictroduro these (o to the ITnfled VtaT" nd manufacture immense quauUiot ia gn rMioty, rafigirtg in prkw ffon SO repts te.SSO each, uur AL.ULA13 bare the repmatiea of being enp.erior jn beauty and dura- frcr CARD PHOToSrAPHS Our Catalogue now embraces over .jflTX TIIOLPAND different tnMoote ft Whieh Mdi. t ions -continually beinr made) of Portraits ef Eiiuueiit. Americarie, As., vit about rr . 100 Vajor-ttenerais, II 200 Brig-flenersts,: . 270 Colonels; 100 LioutColonels 250' Other O Ulcer, ' 75 Jiavy ORicera, 650 Statesman, 130 ITtieaj;; j2 )25 Au'hers, ill Arliula 1?RSIIM-''II .f l 50 Prom'nt Wettea, , '7 160 l'rwuuisnt Foreign Portraits, 3,000 C0FIES Or WORKS OF ART. Including .reproductions of the, most, celebrated Engravings, Paintings, Statues, Ao. Catalogues JUST :RECEIVED the following Coeds een, "i be found at my Store, all NEW and LATEST Winter Styles. . Salendid IBfV. Jett. Rllt t and StteJ JKiy fclRY, Te largest aad ZEPIITR WORSTEDS A WOOLEN GOODS'' In Ihr-Sagrmw-Vallrr, eotnprislag'Breakfatl . Hhawlaf Hontngta Snblaa, Hood. Com, fortree, SkUtlntr Can. Uoolen Ualtersv Hotter?, Gloves, tkc A FINE STOCK OF. , . y Ladios, Missoa & Chlldron'si BOOTS, SHOES AKD GAITERS. sent on receipt of rUamp An order for Oae Doten PICTURES from our Catalogue will be Oiled on the Yeoeipt of 1.80,'aiid teat y mail, 'pho'uigVapherti others ordering ''dol'f Will-please remit twenty-five per oenl of the- FAftCX BTORIT..., ?.,;,(;;;. ; ; , ; aoieeM with ther order.- i - 1, E. A U. T. ANTUOJI A CO., Jitannftcturtr er Vholnptayhit MhUrtite. 'I 601' BROADWAf, NEW YORK rj7"TTi ffrvcie eAduality e" vr rood tannotaii te eutufy.; I ... ,j ; 23l .': I .i . . ..i )... . . . TTTTn rr r Ship lMorcUant and Ship W'V attend the PnVchnse and Pal of Vesaet; "ill -troeure Cargoes for 'Veesele and '. . i supply Vestole fur Cargoes, ea ton C harters, Ao. Na. 4 Woodward. Avenue;, ' 'TIO karO0n BREAD, wee Vf - ! JL DrTTOIM'tf HOP VEST CAKESr . For sale by OreVrrt gVisralry,.' ' The tride tnpplied at liberal rates by I . L C. STORRa A CO. t6ys, toys, toys: .- A large and excellent Stock of every deaerifw ion." (II and tee.' KSfSecoai deoi, Banetefl 1 Block, 'Washington Street. . Tl" Seasonable G-oods ! A splendU Wt ef Wool FUnaelt, la While. ,Cet- -ored awd Priated (looda. I ' i - I ' ' Alto COTTON WARPS and CAMION. FLAX- . . s;.t NFLS. ' -,..t. ;; , Ta the above will be foind the , beet artielee 'ef All Wool aad Cotton Warp, Shaker Ooods, Ae. I have also a lot of R nit woolen.. Goods, euth at SonUgs, Nnbiss, Scarfs, Ositers, CeaU, Ae. A good jeseortmeaVef WrHd Jirese -Ooode, TJinghams, Prints', iTrtwft had Bleebed- Whirl ings, Table Linnea end Tewetins;, Cloths, Cassi meree, Balmrral end Hoop 8kUtii, Fanny OoedfJ Yankee Notions,-Willow Baskets, Ae o, , .i 2 And atiittQooiIe, it reduced prices. t , K. yoke, ; .r. ! Crant Blork, Washlngtoa sst Esginaw, Dee. 1964. 4 J ---