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Wednesday, June 14,1805. GRAND CELEBRATION AT j:ast s.tai.y.t n; JULY J. J SCI, At a meeting helil at lhienn Vlst.1 HaHjAVfJutfrJajr evcinug last, for the jurpso of making anungemcnts for mroriatcly celebrating tho coming 4 th of July, after hearing a partial rejioit from those engaged iu solieiting fcutiBcrilions a iummitteo was np jiointoil to mako noccssary in.'imra tions for proper observances, exercises, sports anil recreations. COMMITTEE OF Altll.VXGKMKXTS. Goo. F. Lewis, O. W. loy, M. Jellers, M. II. AllarJt, II. C. Drigg, John McKay, Myron A. Johnson, M. G. Smith, A. II. Merbhon. Thomas 1. Sheldon was appointed Treasurer. Tho design is to make a demonstra tion worthy tho occasion, embracing Mich, a variety of observances as will bo certain to intcrost everybody; to celebrate tho occasion as a Grand National Holiday in tho sensible, joy ful spirit which tho situation of atl'airs warrants. I ioneer Iiro Co. lo. 1, have already invited tho Firo Depart in ont of Godcrich, C. W., as their guests, other companies and organiza tions will, without doubt, extend a like courtesy to others from outaido cities, and tho general display will bo the grandest ever witnessed in Sagi naw Valley, concerning which tho de tails will Boon bo fully announced. BORING FOIt OIL. Our ovor-tho-lake neighbors at God lichj C. V., havo got tho oil fovor extensively, and aro making active preparations to boro for oil, of which thero aro unquestionably excellent 6urfacd indications in tho vicinity. l'btroloum has been discovered in largo mautities in many portions of Canada West, tho geological situation of the country certainly presents tho God rich vicinage in a most hopeful light in respect to tho developments thus far made, and wo do not wonder that tho leading business men thero aro sanguino, oven to tho point of certain conviction, as to tho presence of rich oleaginous deposits in that section, which only need to bo dcvelopod to give a new impetus to tho business of doderich and tho surrounding country. JDestkcctiti; Fike at Saginaw Cur. Our neighbors upon tho opposito side of tho River, woro alflicted on Tuesday last with a destructive firo, involving tho loss of " Tho Big Mill ' faniiliaily called, and a largo quantity of lumber. This mill has been tho especial prido of tho citizens of tho up-river towns for a scries of yoars, on account of its massiveness, its capabilities for manufacturing lumber and tho Etrength and beauty of its machinory. It was built in 185 1, by Messrs. Rulfbon, Hatch & Co., of Dutfalo we belicvo, aud afterwards becanio tho proporty of tho well known lumber, firm of Millor, Fuino, & Wright of Saginaw City, by whom it was successfully operated for a eoxies of years. Messrs. Miller & Paine sold their interests last winter tor Ammi W. Wright of Saginaw City and William Pearson of Chicago who were at tho timo of tho lire tho owners of the mill. Tho mill was woith fifty thousand dellars,aud injured, in what Companies wo did not learn, for $20, 000 The lumber burned was about 800,000 feet 000,000 belonging to Messrs. Wright & Pearson, and tho remainder to William Uatchellor & Co. Tlio lumber was worth an aver age' $13 per thousand. Engino No. 12 and Hook & Ladder No. 1 of this city went promptly to tho sccno of firo to assist our over-tho-rivcr neigh bors, togolher with a number ot Firo inen tf No. 1, tho authorities not deeming it advisablo that No. 1 tako their Engine. Tho Firemen on both sides of tho river, and citizens exortod themselves to saro property, but tho hgh: wind rendered their effort of littlo avail. , ',. . . Tho Right Bpirit. Hon. II. P. IJaldwix, a leading and ono of tho most enlightened republi cans of this State, now on a visit to tho Fast for tho benefit of his hoalth, writes from Damascus to tho Detroit Tribune, immediately on the receipt of tho nows of Lke's and Johnson's sur render, as follows : ' tlod grant tint we may now have ictn the end ef bloodshed. Hut 1 lo.ir wo rimy nut have soon the cfij i, itrifo, and we iliuuM ho most cartful ltt Ibo real strife now beg m. Ob how mucb euiicn liuw much pruJeiioo Low much wisdom U new nocded te coiitWt (be rbip of State in sfty through tbe troublous condition of things which uiust surrouui u. What ihall te Uouo wlib the reUUious Mtrs7 What with the x ! of tbe utu I M hut with tlmir lundorsi Less are questions more easily iisked than an swered, yet atirwcrtd they must bo, and upon tlio an.wira way depend the future Meal or woe of our beloved country. 1 have little doubt, that with prudence and wisdom on our part, tlio niM of tlio people al thv Mutu will won become loyal aul Uue, and this la wlit wo uiut Lavo if we expect to Leonine a united and piwpoieus count rjr. II, o leaden ' tiesorve puiiiiduncut, but wbat tliia puuishiacnt shall be leerves mct ;iicful if niclmtion. Let our country do nothing in a Mudtutive spirit let oar iui;ce chow to the world that we aero not niioaUd by any i llur t!i; P the true Motive a 4Morntlii:itiin to Mi'x,rl a ir,od goveri.ninit, and )ul down an huImjIj rebellion, i hU dona lui the woil 1 nil Hull we are n ininnuiiuoui aa rlruii Thi , bnathes tho true spirit of Christianity, of liberality, and tho purest , jatriot:am. . Wu ctnnmend its npirit to all, of oory fhado of politi cal opin'on, t.iking pleaf-ure, as wo do, iu giw'ng .ublirity U ReutimontJ as generous an thoy are just, and which ure creditable alike to the intellect and the heart of their authOr-.rre Vrttu Bosh and Brag from the Kochetr reinocrst, Senator Chandler, of ' Michigan, made a fipeoch at tho Johnson mooting in New lork on Wednesday evening, of which tho following is reported as a part : 11 Four year ago we hd no artnyj we could not furniili 1,IX)0 men wbea our lute l'rfnidout ku iuaunuraled to daj we have tucb an arm aa (Jod'e aun never (bono ujon before. I tell you my frivnds, that tbe arm ice of our Union, if aa embled on ono Imlllo-tiuld, could whip all the aniiif of tbe earth. ' I Cbeure and luiiuonae an- jiaue.j This is b6h of tho fooliuhest, stu liidest eort. It is also the mont did gusting and detestablo brag. Wo are sickened and ashamod ot eucli an utteranco iixm a Unitod States Sena tor. It is tho eort of stu If wo might expect to hear from tho hps oi a drunken loafer in a pot-house, but irom a man in Mr. Chandlor s position Kuch absurd boasting is truly astound ing. This sort of brag has already given us a reputation abroad as a na tion of boasters and bullies, and its publio repetition by a Senator of tlio United States at a great meeting in tho metroolis will bo trumpeted over tho world as an nuthentio spocimen of American character. Mr. Chandler will do well to return il Detroit for the rest of the vacation, and dovote himself to tho study of history and statistics. A very moderate knowl edge of those sciences would cnablo him to form some rational conception of tho forco and character oi the armies of other nations, and prevent him, perhaps, from again making an ass of himself, and talking of " whip ping all the armies of tho earth as euiblod on one battlo-field." From Moxlco. Niw Your, Juno 13. Tho PotCt Vera Cruz correspondent, Juno 1st, Bays : The Emperor is etill on his pleasure tour through the coun try, while everything is at a stand still at the capitol awaiting his return. Tho Liberals have gained moro ground during tho last mouth than they have lost during tho last year. Gen. Negro to still holds Monterey and Sattello and all tho country be tween thoso cities and tho coast. Tho attack on Matamoras failed owing to tho threatening position taken by tho rebels at Urownsvillo, when tho Libe rals approached Matamoras. Tlio whole State of Tamanlipas, with tho exception of Sampcco and Matamoras, is in tho hands of Liberals. In tho Stato of Michiran tho Count de Por tier has been badly ' beaten by tho Liberal troops under Gen. Itegulcs. In tho States of Tobasco and Chiapas not a Frenchman nor Imperialist was to bo found. Tho veteran General Alvarez ttill holds, unpolluted, his Stato of Guerrero. Tho wholo coast south of Vera Cruz, except Campeko, remain in the undisputed possession of tho Juarists. Tho French despair of pacifying tho country, unless as sisted by 5,000 French troops. Dr. Gwin has arranged his Sonora projoct, and it only awaits Maximil ian s signature. Ho goes as Diroctor General of Emigration to tho States of Sonora, Chihuahua, Durango and Tamanlipas. Eight thousand French troops go with him to protoct tho em igrants and fortify tho frontier against the incursions of tho dreaded Yan kees. Tho French Admiral has gono to Havana, for Maximilian, to purchase tho Stonewall. MkXANcnotr Scicidb. We aro pained to record an instance of solf destmction on tho part of an old and respected citizen of Detroit, which occurred on Thursday or. Friday last, tho particular time, under tho circum stances, not being capablo of solution. Tho circumstance of tho sad nfiair as they have been obtained aro, that tho deceased, Christopher lieovo, came to this city during tho early part of tho week, -from Saginaw, whero ho had been engaged in tho lumber business. On Thursday last, ho was seen bitting by tho gravo of his wife, uoar "Cypress Mound," in Elmwood Cemetery, by Mr. Farwell's hired man, who was taking a body into tho cometery for interment. At that time ho appeared to be writing, but as tho circumstance was not unusual, no notico wus takon of it. On Saturday afternoon the same man went to tho cemetery on a liko errand, when ho discovered tho body of Mr. lieeve lying upon tho grave of his wife. Ho gavo informa tion to tho man in attendance upon tho grounds, and they together pro ceoded to tho f pot. It was discovered that tho unfortunate man had shot himself through tho head with a re volver, which ho had held in his left hand. Tho ball entered tho loft torn plo, and passed through the brain. Death therefore must havo been almost instantaneous. Ho was searched, and upon his person wcro found something over 1100 in bills, some of which wero rolled up in parcels, tho balanco wero in a pocket-book. His papors, otc., woro apparently just as ho had ar ranged and left them. Among his documents written in pencil was a brief explanation of tho reason of his rash act, from which it appears that ho has boen suffering montally since tho death of his wifo. Ho gave direc tions to lay his body in tho chapol, if consistent, and after tho usual forms to accord him a burial. This, with a few other directions relating to family matters, -was directed to his brother, Mr. N. Hooves, of this city. . Thero can bo no doubt but that he was la boring undor temporary insanity when ho took his life. Tho deceased was a man eixty-eoven years of ago, and has left throo sons and a daughter to mourn his fato. His brother in this city left Saturday for Saginaw, in obedienco . to a dis patch that tho decoasod had not been seen since Tuosdny last. A tologram was immediately forwardod for him to return. " Coronor McCarthy empaneled a jury Saturday afternoon to hold an inquest, but an adjournment was made until Monday morning. Tlio money and papers belonging to tho deceased havo lvn placed in his pos session. The relatives of the deceased havo tho sympathy of a largo circle of friends iu their sudden bereavement. Tho deceased enjoyed tho friendship and refpect of our citizens, to inot of whom lio was known as an upright, honorablo man. 1'rtt rret, June 12. A Plea, fok tuh AtiBAVA.Tho London Tiut according to tlio Euro pean news to-day makes it part of an argument against our claims for the donradationi of the Alabama, that va failed to uso a sufficient number of Vessels to capture her I We omnlovod. it seems, too many of our ships of war in blockading the Southern ports, and mittincr neodless restrictions unon tho British blockado-ruaning trade. Well, this argument lias at least the advantago of being novel. W e might, as the London journalist suggests, have left all the Southern ports open to tho neutral British truilio in salt petro, shells, torpedoes and Armstrong guns, or lor tho admission of tho British built privateors and their rizos. ; We should then, doubtless, lave had a largor fleet to chaso the Alabama from Liverpool to Nassau; thenco to Bermuda, Halifax, Mel bourne, Australia, tho Capo of Good it n.i...n. it tr i xiopo, iOicuiia, iiong ivong, ana gen erally round the world, whero British or British colonial ports wero open to welcome her, whilo practically closed against war vessels of the United States. ; . We (should have also shown in this way that we were intensely eager to make any bill of claims against, our neutral neighbors as light as possible. But, in tho end, lot us suggest, we should probably have had to seo tho best part of tho prizo snatch ed from some ono of our lucky cruizers by a British neutral craft, just as it happenod outside Cherbourg Harbor. So that we fail to see the exceeding: merit of tho London Timet suggestion of what we might as to what w houU have done. The notion is, neverthe less, ingenious enough as a plea in iavor ot the pirates and against us. - W e venture to say, moreover, it is quite as valid a plea as any that is likely to bo put forward in the case. V. Jr. Timet. Iuox ix Michigan. Micliicran claims to be tho second stato in the Union in the amount of iron ore. Two hun dred and forty-eight thousand tons of iron ore were shipped from Marquette tho past year, and 25,000 tons retained for tho use of furnaces locatod in that region, making a total production of 273,000 tons of oie an annual amount only exceoded by Pennsyl vania in lbOO that State having mined 1,700,476 tons; Ohio then rank ing next, and mining 238,691 tons. Old Tactics. A Minnesota Colonol has established a colony at Bed Wood, far out on tho hoad waters of tho Minnesota, whoro ho proposes to set tle up the country and fight Indians, using Daniel Boone's tactics instead of Scott's and Hardee's. Tho Colonel is of opinion that this is the best mode of ending tho Indian war, differing somowhat from shoddy, ehouldor straps, and rod tapo. i Gen. Sherman arrived at Chicago last Wednesday night. A sal u to was fired at tho depot in honor of his ar rival. Ho visited tho Sanitary Fair and was welcomod by Mayor llico. A Tocm was road by Ueoriro C. Bates. and Gen. Sherman madoabrief speech. Gen. Cox has capturod tho official corrospondonco of cx-Gov. Vanco, of North Carolina. The letters aro writ ton to and from all tho rebel dignita ries, from Jeff. Davis down. To ance s credit it arrw ! monstratod with the rebel Socrotary of War against the barbarous treat ment of Union prisoners at Salisbury. It is reported at Macon. Ga.. that Brockinridgo, lato robed Secretary of War, has succeeded in making his escapo in a vessel from tho coast of Honda. Tho socretary of a railway in Eng land, who also held tho offieo of mag istrate, has committed suicido in con sequence of a defalcation in his accounts of 39,000, caused by his speculations in Coufeuerato loans. Major General Shorman, who is quito unreservod in givivg his opinions upon civil questions, in rosponso to a serenado recently, declared himself in favor of the frood slaves occupying and cultivating tho lands of tho South, but opposed to their being allowod to voto, deeming them unfit for tho ex orciso of the elective franchise Lectures on Human Scionco. Prof. 0. S. Fowler of New York will lecture on LIFE ite laws, oROASir.cn rACVLTir and Mi'novr.MKXT laughter 1'benolory and I'byit- ology, at 1RVINO IULL, LAST SAGINAW, .. commencing at 8 o'clock, and doting with publio examination! on uijeou aa fbiiowi: Irday evening. June ZJd. rbenolofry M ap plied to health, itlf-iuiprovemunt, memory Ao J i". Monday evening, June zCth, Man'i eoelal na ture and relation. Iovk, ita lawe and powor on human life, SELECTION aa who eanand cannot live happily together. Coibtkhip, iu fatal errors and how to make love scientifically, and Mabkied Lifk, or how to renter all warriagei happy. Seats 23 centa. Wednesday 3 P. M Mathbmitt and Fomale hoallh and beauty, to Ladien only, illustrated by appropriate models. Suals 23 rents Wednesday at 8 P. M., Minuood, the cause of its promotion, decline and means of its res toration, to ilen only, a most important lecture, beats 25 cents. Thorough and reliable, personal tolentiflo ex am ion lions and charts, with fully written opinion and advise as to health, business, marriage Ac, Ao Daily, and Tuesday evening only, till Fri day noon at his rooms. Call early for this is his only visit. n3Uu St. Androw's Society. TIT E SCOTCHMEN, sons and grand-sons of Feotchtnon of tho Saginaw Valley are Invit ed to attend a meeting to ia held at Eurna Vint a Hall, on the evening of Thursday, the2'Jlh day of Juno, for the purposo of receiving a report of a committee appointed to draft a constitution, to organise ft St. Andrew's Society, and to elect of fice bearers or tbe Law Nciety for tbe portion of the year to cIoho at the Festival 0f St. Andrews. on the 30th of November, 13G5. It is neediest, to revert to tbe duty of relieving Ibo indigent of our own country. Scotchmen havo never yet endured tbe shame of permitting others thnn Scotchmen to perform so saerod a duty, and from what is known of the booth men of the Sair'oaw Valley, there Is no doutt enter tained that a large and influential society enn be organised, and that Iu mission Of Love and Charity will bo eminently successful and great rood result to all who fell honored In being styled Sootchmen ALEX. MITCHELL, Chairman of Committee. Q EO. TIBBETTS, Secretary pro tern. GUARDIAN SALE. 1 IN THE matter of the Estate of Christian and Catherine Heibisuian. minor. Notice is here by given that by vlrlae of lioense and authority w me grnniea oy me i rounie i xiari w ine v ouniy of Jly, in the State of Michigan. I will sell at Publio Auction to the highest bidder on tlio prvtnise hereinafter described, in tbe Town of UliiBifleld, in the County of Sag'.naw. on Friday tbe 4th diy of August u it, at tea o'clock A. M. of that d ly, tho following delilx"t l arcid of land, to o-its 'The two thirds undivided half of the north-en it quarter of the .north-west quarter of set ion twenty, in town thirteen North, range six East.Couoty ot Pagtnew, Hitenf Michigan. APPLETITN STEVENS, Guardian gtctifltoM Pattern CIIUBCII DIRECTORY. First Baptist Church, Rev. II. L. Morehouse Pastor, Services at I'nion Hall, Jefferson street, every Sabbath, at 10.3U A.M. and 7 P. M. Sab bath School at 12.39 P. M. Comcrkcutioial. Iter. Mr. Cowles. at 10.30 A. M. and 7 P. M. Sabbath School at 2.30 P. M MsTHontsT Episcopal, Rev. ILR Rlohards at 10.30 A. M. and 7 P. M. Sabbath School iuiiuo- uiatuly after morning service. EriHcorAt, Rev. William Feret, at St. Paul's Chareh, 10.30 A. M. and 7.30 P. M. Sunday School at y A. Al. -Cjuhteal Baptist Cur arn, Rev. John 8. Good man, at tbe Methodist Episcopal Church, every eubbain alter noon, at tnreo o clock. Derma MsTiiorisr, Rer. A. M. Meyer, at 10.30 A. M. and 7 P. M. Sabbath School at nine o slock, A. M. Lutbbhav, Ror. Conrad Vols, at 11 A. M. and iv. xu. Tho Convention of the Trotostant Episcopal Church, in the Diocoso of Michigan, hold its annual, soosion at Ypsilanti on "Vodnosday and Thurs day, June 7th and 8th. Some forty clergymen and fifty lay-delegates wero in attendanco. Tho opening sorvicos wero conducted by liov. B. it. Tad- dock, of Detroit, and Rov. "Win. Parot, of East Saginaw ; tho Rov. Mr. Light ner, of Dotroit, preaching the sermon, and tho Bishop, (lit. Rev. ti. A. Mc Coskry, I). D.,) aided by throo just named, administering tho Iloly Com munion. The most nnl!oblo faturo of tho convention was the Bishop's address, a rocord of his official acts during , the past year, with many valuable sug gestions as to work in progress, or that ought to be. Somo of the points touched upon , wcro tho missionary work in the mining regions, its neces sity, difBicultios, and the personal hardships it involved ; tho noed of a decent Tarsonago in every Farish, as almost indispensible for permanent work; tho ' appoiiitmont of Mission aries for rural districts; the part which tlio congrogatioa should bear in tho service of baptism ; tho disposition of the alms at Iloiy Communion to bo entirely in tho bunds of the Roctor, a sacred fund for pious and charitablo uses, never to bo diverted to parish support or expanses, tli nA f provision for clorgymen who aro dis abled by age or permanent sloknoss, and for tho wiebws and orphans of clergymen. Thi need of true chris tian education, and in tho present lack of schools havinir a positivo christian element, the propriety of showing interest in . our admirablo publicjschools by visits from tho clergy, tho neod of ' careful and untiring doctrinal instruction, lest among tho countless number, coming into tho church from all denominations tho standards of our church should bo forgotton. Thoso points with eloquent and touching mention of the death of President Lincoln, of Bishop DeLanccy, and of tho liov. J. O'Brien, D. JJ., ot Pontine, gavo groat interest to tho wholo address. The yearly report of the various Committees and Treasurers of several funds wero then road, after which tho. Rev.' Dr. Yuster, of Grand Rapids, proscntod a plan of organization of a socioty on tho mutual benefit plan, for tho roliof of the widows and orphans of clergymen, y tho payment of six 1 dollars annually, to insuro tho pay mont on his doceaso of ono hundred dollars annually to his surviving fam ily. Tho payments nnd privileges may bo increasod to any multiple of said sums, and Parishes may thus at light oxponso make prqvision for tho families of their Pastors. . The plan, together with tho Bishop's remarks on the subject in his address, was roferrcd to a epocial committoo, who, Inter in tho session, reportod that tho organization of such a socioty was not a matter for tho official action of tho Convention, but for tho separato notion of individuals. The committoo, howovor, urged tho commencement of a fund for tho purpose referred to, by annual collections in all Parrishos on Christmas day, and tho recomonda tion was adoptod by the Convention. The society proposed will probably soon bo formed, and no doubt will find tho hearty support of tho church. Soveral now Parishes wero admitted intounion with convention, and an oarncst debate, rosulting in tho rejec tion of papers from one Parish, grow out ef the fact that ono of tho subscri bers was a woman. . Tho list of assessment upon tho va rious Parishes for Diocesan oxpenscs was approved. The usual officors wcro . elected for tho coming year. Reports woro road from Committees on Parsonages, on Parochial History, and on a Diocesan Theological School. Resolutions Xif respect wore passed to tho memory of Rov. D. O'Brien and Messrs. , Follott and Sangor. Thanks were passed for tho generous hospitalities shown by tho Parish and people of St. Luke's, Ypsilanti ; and then With prayers and a hymn and a blessing fruiii tho Bishop, tho Conven tion adjourned. ; ' ' . On Wednesday -evening, somewhat opart from tho official action' of tho Convention, was held an oxcoodingly interesting Missionary Mooting ; ad dresses' wero mado by several cler gymen,, a good deal of 'enthusiasm' awakened nnd A largo collodion made for missions in tho Stato. - This is but a ' scanty account of a very important Convention, whoso full record will be found in the journal shortly to bo published. Excursion Season - of 1865 GRAND TRUHK RAILWAY ROYAL MAIL LINE OF STEAMERS. s Through Tli kftrare now on sale via Buffalo and Mng'ire Falls, or direct to Torou to, t bonce bv Kail or Jloyal .Mull Line Ettaniersto KING STON. PKKSUOTT, OtllifcNSUl'KO, MON TH UAL, QUISULC, PORTLAND," . , Quebec and back to Montreal, ... WHITE MOUNTAINS. SARATOGA, (ria Lakes (leorice and CbauiuUin.) NEW YOUR", liO.STON, Ao., aud alt irtnoipal cities East aud Nort beast. Trains and Steamers of those lines will Jesve Toronto dally fur tho above inte, tbe steamers running through to Montreal without ehango, (Sunduvs exoepled), malting direct connections with both Routes (ituilroad and fcteauiboat), rroin Niagara Falls, tuiKsing through tlio Thousand Xslunds, llaplds or &L lawrenue, ana tno GREAT VICTORIA BRIDGE : . . fcty Usvlif ht. Tickets on steamers include Meals and Stato Rooms. American Currency Uken at par for Tickets, also at tbe prineial hotels at Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, and on the tlrand Truuh. Railway, for Sleeping Car Uertbs, Meals, etc., at Refreshment llooins. sTi"TckeU available either by Rail or Steam era. a tart or the wholo of the route, being a fa cility not extended by any other line, enabling tho jiaiwengor, in cane of a storm, or if desirous of avoiding the Lakes, to go by rail from Toronto to Kingston or Prvsoott, and thonce lake tbe boat JVir . Drtrolt to llomto nnd Itrtarn. utl Jtail Montrmtl ana Jltrtlaml, J7.ou, Tickets for sale at Simoueau'e Drug Store East Saginaw, Michigan, MUSIC LESSONS. 1 riSS WHITMAN is prepared to give Instrne- 1A tlM lb 1'ia.M, auil tekoa pleasure in referring to tho following reeoininondalions. Detkoit, May, 1R65. Mhw Whitman has been a pubil of mine for many Tears. nii bss coutinuea 10 improve nor knowledge of uusio. I consider her capable of giving Lessons, and am bpppy to testily to her many valuable qualities as a t cache r, as well as to bsr kind and amiable dinoilion. EL1ZAUU11I MAKIM. Know Miss Whitman to tt a good and thorough Piano Tsacher. f - J. P. WEISS. Residence, at John Bremmer's, Comer Wash ington and llaydeu Streets, or address P. O , I'oz CHANCERY BALE. IN PURSUANCE and by virtue of a decretal order of sale mado by tho Circuit Court, for tho County of rWinnw. In Chancery on tbe ninth day of December, 18i4, in a eauve wherein Ammi W, Wright wascomplninunt.-and Curtis L'niei son, Snmuol T. AlwaUr and William II. Uretae were defendants, Notico is hereby riven, that I shall sell at publio auction to the highest bidder at ten o'clock in tbe forenoon of Saturday the 2'Jth day of July, A.I. 1S05, at the front door of tho Saginaw County Court House, in tho City of Saginaw, Snginaw County, Michigan, all thoe pieces or Mirce's of In nil, known and leoriioi as follows: Ut eicht (9) and nine (31 Jh.RIim-.Y'"--..-' . Mti) in iii(ii wi'i" " ,uo v" vl Saginaw, according to tho pint theieof, now of record iu the olUce of the Rcgieler i f L)eeds for Saginaw County, Muhignu. . . : Dated June Htu, iua. JOHN J. WnEELER, Circuit Conrt Com. Saginaw County, Mich. JOIIN MOORE, Coinptl's Sol'r. n300-7 AIICIN & STEPSON Grant Block, WASHINGTON ST. Would rail the ut tor lion of ITntet and House keepers, Country Merchants, and in fact every body to their Cue assortment of French unl Stone China CJood. Which woro bought at tho Lowest Prico in Gold, which they oflcr to lull at cvrrei'l'or.diiig low rates W keff vMtai.ll n ba! SILVER PLATED WARE. ' ; TEA TRAYS, : ' FANCY TOILET SETS, ,'; TABLE CUTLERY, BRITTANNTA WARE, ; ( GLASS WARE, . FANCY GOODS IN CHiNA', PARIAN, LAVA AND BOHE . MIAN WARE... KEROSENE lAMrS AND 1AN TERNS, 6IUK AND II ALL LIGHTS AND CHAN DELIERS, And many other aricles not mentioned in this cstutlogee, essential to the convcuienoe of good Hoaskkcepors. SV Uon't fail to give them a call. AIKIN ASTINS0N. East Saginaw, June 1st, IStiS. tV3A!TLAND HOTEL. tiOURltlCHt C Y, E. HOSKEIl, Proprietor. THIS IIOT'PK, convenient to the business part of tho town, is situated on an eminence of 120 feet, commanding a ImRUtiful view of the River Maitlitud, Uodurich Harlior and Shores of Lake Huron. Spacious gardens, orchards and ploasnro grounds are attached, and it is specially fitted up and adapted for those seeking a cheap and hoallhy summer resort. During tho hottest weather tbe uir is never oppressive tho night air Is col and salubrious. Splendid Trout finhing can bo had within throo miles of tho place, and the finest Salmon Trout and Wbto FUh in the world aro caught daily In the lake. Tho place esnnot bo surpassed In Us adaptabil ity for the health and ptonmire nocking jiuiilln It is within oie day's tide by rail from Toronto, London, Iirantford, Detroit uad RnfUlo, nnd one day's sail from Saginaw. .Tho Stesincr Huron leaves bore. for Saginaw every Tuesday and Frldsy evening t returning, leaves Siiginawercry Monday and Tharvdsy at 10 A. sr. Steamers Druce and Ronnie Maggie lonve daily for Lake Huron Ports nnd Sarni twice a week. Propeller Niagara makes weekly trips to Chicago, ' ' OmnibiiHses in attendance on Hosts and Cart. . Choice Liquors and Cignrs always on hand. Ronrd, 9 00 a week, Canada currency, or S1.00 a day American currency. 304 ' MUST DE SOLD. IN consenenco of a contemplated change in our L'uKine. our stock of Roots and Shoes mutt and will be told - Ajr cost . and below cost prices. Thoso denirlng' to pur ehnse, ROOTS and SHOi: will do well to call anon. Our stock consists of Homo ruado and Eastern work. - , .. i ; . RcmcmW the phvco on Genesee Street, 2 Doors belowthd Everett llnuxo. LEIDLEIN 4 BURGER.:; East Saginaw, May 2l, 1366. . . a; b. bpinney, l!.:') Ilomojopfithto PhyslcUa and Snrgeon. . OfDoe! over LueUr's store National Rioek, onmer of . fienesce and Cass streets, l'sxt Soginaw, Mich. ' Offlco hours, 8 to. 10 A. M.and7 t. 6 P.M: Resldonoo, corner of Cherry and ITebster Hts. DISSOLUTION- , :. Infi Tft-pnitncrshlp ln-rf U.ire etlsting t be . ' tween ther andorxigned unhr tke nme of Fub r A Leo Is tbia dny dirw.lvcd by mutaacon sent. Tho bm-incss of tlio lata. Bim will be settled ly Charles LcS, by whom it will b entlnnel, .3 i'i MAXWELL M. FJSJUKl iSHEU. CHARLES LEE. April S, 1SC1. 206 A. E. JACKSON, Solo Agent for the Celbrsted Which he is prepared to furnish to any eatent desiredP and at lower rates than any equally re liable article. A Liberal Deduction to Pur chasers of Large Quantities. REST QUALITY OP QUICK LIMB FOR SALE ' Wsshlnfton L. first corner belrw Hovt. n'JOs-tf EAST 8 All IN AW, MICH, SEWING MACHINES, FINKLE & LYON'S NEW PATENT KOTAUV FEED SEWING JMACniNES. Tho following facts demonstrate that these Machines comprise tbs urnuicsT iKPaovaaEXTS in tiir Srwi(r Macuiw Art, rist v 1. Each Machimi Is guaranteed to rive better satixraction than any other bowing Machino in jtiaraet, or money reltiAdo . 2. They havo taken many of tho highest ran miums at tho moxt important ExniBirio5S aud rA(HS ever neld In the United States. 3. Thej mako the lock stitcu alike on both sides thus saving more than half tho thread and silk used in tho rareling-ridge-aaams of tho loop stitch and single-thread Sewing Machines. 4. They are adapted to tho widest range of heavy ana ngni sewing. 5. They bafe no rattling wires, or delicate at tachmeuts to keep in repair. C. They reouire no taking apart to cloan or oil, . ana no " lessons " to set needle, regulate ten siou, or operate Machino. Please call and ezamlno and demonstrate for yourself, or send for ciuculab with samples of sewing. - . , N. IJ. Town and Country A genre wanted. FINKLE k LT0N S. EI. CO., ' No. 638 BROADWAY, NIW YORK. HOWARD ASSOCIATION. PHILADELPHIA'. PA."" ' " DISEASES of tho Urinary and Sexual Sys temsnew and reliihla trontmpnt A the BRIDAL CHAMBER, an Em f Wirnln. and Instruction, sent in sealed envcloncn frnn tf charge. Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HUUtlHTON jiowuru Association, jno. , South Ninth Street. Philadelphia, Pa; , - - ' 2'JGr . CIGARS! CIGARS! A larsre lot of chesn and hich-r,rl. ...l irnr. just received, and for sale wholesale and retail by Irving Lloek, ono door wext of LiUlo's Sank. THOMAS R. FORSYTH, Commission Merchant, is ISA LEU IN SALT, LUMBER AND TRODUCE. Cosrsc aod Fin Saginaw and Refuse Salt ..Mr mute Oik,IlI;kory, Walnut Ash and Maple. White and Red Cedar Posts. Timber Square and Hound, White Oak, Norway' rme ana iamarack. Bolts Hickory. White Ah. Elm. Whito Oak and Password. - - Canadian Pous and Barley. . . . Goods and Product of all iitidt Bought and oold on Lommmion. OFFICE In Craig's Warehouse on Dock, Between Cass and WnynoSls, " DETHOIT, MICH. RicrtnK5fi!8 Cspt. E. B. Ward, M. W. Field, waiueairaig. iuz-lux 1865. jLfiSEa. 1865. Buffalo, Goderich, AND SACSPJAW LIWE 5 CONNECTING at Ooderich with the Buffalo A Lake Huron Railway, forminr the short- ct, Lent and chespest roulo-for Buffalo, New Yoak,, Boston. Washington .and intermedtuto places also with a line of Propellers from Uod crkh to Chicago and intermediate ports. Tbe How Fayorite Low rrossuro St earn or 3ESXJ3E?L2 TOT, CAPT. DARIUS COLE. Will ran during the season of navigation, leaving as follows i uninn n , every xuenaar anu Aunrsuar, at 8 o'clock A.M. eifrviitf r . . - i m i ' . OODKRICH. overs .TaesMav anil .Friday, on the arrivakjof the Evening Train from tho East Tho unron has been entirely rebuilt and re furnished during the last w inter, having ample accommodations for Passengers and Freight, and is prepared to transport cUucrTwUI. prvniptnees and dispaU-b. Iho preprletors of this Lino tope, by close at tention to the wants and comfort of their Passen gers, to receive a liberal amount of patronage. AGENTS, :. . . IIARf ft MONROK, Bar City. HOODING A HAW KIMS, Esst Saginaw. WILLIAM BINDER," Saginaw City. G. T. RY A CO., Ooderich, C. W (For Through Freight and Passengers.) GEORGE RUM BALL, Goderieh, C. W. (Local Freight and Passengers.) , SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of a writ of jurtjada, Issued out of tho Circuit Court for tbe County of Wash tonaw, to me directod and delivered against tho goods, chattels, lands and tenements of George W. Allen. I did on tho 2b'th day of December, A. V. 1864, lory upon, seize ami take the property of Georgo W. Allen, of which the following is a description, vis I The east GO acres of the S. W. 3n.irtcr of section 13, in town 13, north of range east in Saginaw County, Mioh., which proper ty I shall expose for sale at publio auction on Saturday, the iilth day of June next, at two o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court House at Saginaw City, that being the place for holding the Circuit Court fr Saginaw County, to tbe highest biddor, as the law direst. JKSSK II.QUACKENBUS1I, Sheriff-. Dated this 25th day of April A,D. 1805. . MOREY BROTHERS, GRANT BLOCK, ' . WASHINGTON STREET. inntMirti M "' hi i .?. : GROCERIES, . FLOUR, -FEED, PROVISIONS, STONK AND WOODEN WARE, CON , FECTIONARY, &c." Have ftllotl the Store formerly ocenplod ly E. YOKE, Dry Goods Merchant, with an Knlircly New Stock, - :..) Which will be sold at the lowest market rates. Tbelr Stock of Groceries which la not surpassed iu variety and excellence by any in the city, was purchased at row jriccs r IN NEW YORK, ; And wilt sold at a small margin above tout' They have Constructed ' '.V'. .. ' , A Alnmmotli R cfr I gcrfitor, j . . In.ahlch wlU always he. found ' GOOD BUTTER. AND : EOGS, Groeersan'i otVwrs who Cheese' ft their retail trade will do weil to call at. Morey's before parchaslng. Keepers of ITotels, Boarding' Iloosct, Eating Saloons, and all others who Want good articles at low rates, will coheutt their own Inferos t by pur chasing of , '' ' MOREYT'HOTIIERB. East Saginaw May 17, la03, 3U2 GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN SEWING MACHINES. EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE 1 Patented JT c b. 1 4 th, 1 8 C O. HALE.SItOOMS, 53 Ilroadwny, X. V. - 250 WASHINGTON Mtrcct, llontou. 720 CIILHNUT Mtrt-et, lMilladelphla. This Machine Is constructed on entirely new principle of mechanism, poaoessing many rare and valuable Improvements, havinir been exam ined by tbe most profound ex purls, and pronounced lo ne simplicity and perfection combined. - The - following are tbe principle objections nrgou sgauiHi dewing Alacbiues i I. Lxuesdive fatigue to the oiierator. 2. Lia bility to get out of ordor. 3. Expense, trouble and loss of timo in repairing. 4. Incapacity to sew every description of material. 5. Disa greeable noise while in operation. . . Tho Empire Sewing Machine is exempt from ail in cue objections. It has a straight needle nernendlcular action makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE STITCH, which will NEiTHElt HIP nor HAVEL, and is alike on both sides, performs perfect sewing on every description of material, from Loather to the finest XSansook Muslin, with cotton, linen or silk thread, from ibo ooarxost to the fhiet?uuniber. Having neither CAM nor COG WHEEL, and the least possible friction, it runs as smooth as gloss, and is EMPHATICALLY A N0LSELES3 MACHINE. It requires fifty per cent less power to drive it than an ether Machine in market. A girl of iwotve years or age can work It steadily, without fatigue or Injury to health. Its strength and wonderful simplicity of con struction render It almost impossible to get out of order and is guaranteed by the company to give uiuiB luiitfiuciHin. - We respectfully invite all those who may desire to supply thomselvos with a superior article, to can ana examine tnis UNHIVALED.MACUINE. Hut in a more especial manner do we solicit trie patronage or MERCHANT TAILORS, COAOI MAKERS ; HOOP SKIRT MANITACTFRKUS, SJHRT AND HOSOM MAKERS, PKKS8 MAKERS, CORSET MAKERS. G A ITER FIT TERS, VEST AND PANTLOON MAKERS, SHOE DINDER3. Religions and Charitablo Institutions will bo liberally dealt with. PRICES OF MACHINES COMPLETE. wtv . l xr..i.:... i.i. ir v. n buii. .ovuiuv tiiu iiuujuiur, j; oner and Draidor, aun No. 2, Small Manufacturing, with Exten. sion Table...... 75 No. 3. Larce Manufacturlnir. with Vrtn. sion Table, k cs No. 4. Largo Manufacturing, for Leather, with .Rolling Foot and Oil Cup, 100 Ono-half hour's Instruction la able any ponon to work this Machine to their eatire satisfaction. ; Aorxts Wasted for all towns in the United Status whore Agents are not already cstullixhed. Also, for Cuba, Mexico, Central and South Amer ica, to whom a liberal discount will be given. T. J. McARTHCIt 4 CO, Uanufacturtrt and Proprittort, 53G BROADWAY, N. Y. 1 onK Saginaw and Detroit Lino! SFSAN WARD, - - Capt. John Stracham, FOREST QUEEN, - - Capt. P. Kenyon, Connecting at Sarnia with tho Grand Trunk and Great Western Railways for Duftalo, Sus pension Ilridge and with boats at Detroit for Cleveland direct. One of the above staunch and rcliiblo sldo wheel steamers will leave Saginaw for Detroit, touching at intermediate ports, every Monday, Ttinrmluv anil Knturilv iliirintr Lhftaniuuin of ltffi.V On Mondays tho trip will be extended to ToledflH ana on balurdays to Tawas Hay. AGENTS, D. n. JEROME A Co., Sas-inaw City. (lOODING'A HAWKINS, East Saginaw. HINDER A CO., Bay City. JOHN IICTCHINOS, Detroit. WALK Kit A HAYS, Toledo. J. W. THOMPSON, Port Huron. 4m'M2 ERER WARD, Manager. CHANCERY SALE. I N PURSUANCE and by virtuo of a decretal .order of sale mado by trio Circuit Court, for tbe County of Eaginuw, in Chancery on the twenty-third day of December, 13G4, in a cause wherein Hiram II. Van Leuvan wus oomplafnant, and Walter W Liner, Csudace Wisnor, Cornelia A. Young, Adoniraiu Dunn, and Carrie Young, by Murxluill G. Smith, her Guardians atllitvm were defendants. Notice is hereby given, that I shall sell at publio auction to the highest bidder, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, of Saturday, tho 22d day of July, A. D. 1BG5, at tho front door of tho Sagi naw County Court House, in the City of Saginaw, Saginaw County, Michigan, all that certain piooe or tract of land, known and described as follows: Lots six (6) seven (7) and the North half of five !!S) and eight (8) excepting twenty-two by fifty set, commencing tweutyUwo (22) feet north of tbe south west oornor of the above described premises, running east fifty (50) foct, thence north twenty-two (22) feet, tbcuoo west fifty (50) feet, thence south la tho place ef beginning. The above described lots are on Block thirty-four (34) or Alfred M. Hoyt's Plat of East Saginaw, ieaginaw County, Michigan. Dated June 7th. lSti5. JOIIN J. WHEELER, Circuit Court Com., Saginaw County, Mich. WM. A. CLARK, Coinptl's Sol'r. P305.7 NEW QUARTERS. Now and Extonslro Stock of Winos, LIQUORS, CORDIALS, &c, C.L.I.-1-18G5. A. IT. ROOT & MIDLER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL " ,T v" ,-, ". . - - LIQUOR DEALERS. j. How , occupy the Corner Store Burl's Block, next to Gooding A Hawkins Warehouse. t . j ' " ' . Where they have ft Full Stock ef ? . PURE LIQUORS, Xmpor(el end ' Domestic. ' Rectified Wt!kj at yery Low Figures. A.M. ROOT, l ' A, J, MIDLER, . East Saginaw, March 23, 1353. 2'J5 CHEROKEE CURS THE GREAT INDIAN MEDlClNLl HOOTS, BAItKS AND LEAVES An unfa!llnr cure fnr Sifrmalnrrhaa. Smtinml Wcaknrst, Ailurntd JCmbiioni, and all dleeaMS raawd by & t-lUutitm, such us l.ott Memory, Vniverml latritmU, ltini im tit Uiu-k, TMmimjs of Yitum, Jtmutur4 old Ay, Wtak Ktrvet, VyJUrndt of lirtuthlng. Trembling, WulrfulntiM, Sruptumt on iS ), 7ti ihunUnanem, Jntrtnilii, ( Imjump tum. and all Ilia direful complaints .caused by de parting from the path of nature. ' t W This medicine Is a simple vegetable extract' and one on which all can rely, as It has been uaea In our practice for many years, and with thousands treated, it has not failed In a .IhrIs IntUnoe. Its curative powers have been sufUclent to gala vlo terv over th moil stubborn cane. tf Te thoaa who liave trijled cilh Vuir Mjr4 fut.n, antll they think themaelves beyond the reach of merftral aid, w would aay. DsnrAia MOT I the CHCKUKKK C17KK will re.tore yoa to health and vigor, and after all quack doctors have failed I fir price Two Dollars per bottle, or three bot tles for Five Dollar., and forwarded by Kxpress te all parts of the world. 3f Pamphlet sent by mall free of postage, by I DR. W. R. MERWIN A CO., ! 63 Liberty St., New York, Bole Proprietors; GLAD NEWS FOR TUB LWORTF.UTE. The lm soueH for Discoyercd at last Cures in from cm to three days. CHEROKEE REMEDY cherokee'TnjectionV OompoundcdfromEoots, Barks and Leavea CIIEIIOKER REMEDY, the sreat Indian Dloretla cures all aiscaacs cf the Urinary UrKans, such as Incontinence of the Urlnt, JnJUtmmatiun of (As JllaUiler, In &immation of Hi Kidney; Slim ta (As Jlltidder, Strictur; Orarel, Gonorrhea, (Jlet,nX Is especially recommended In those cases of Flour Mbus, (or Whiles In females.) where all the old nauaeous medicines have failed. IV It Is prepared In a highly concentrated form, the dose only being from cne to two teaspoon fula three tiroes per day. tvT" It Is diuretic and alterative In Its action : purify In and clcansins the blood, earning It to flow In all of Us original purity and vigor ; thus remov ing from the system all pernicious causes which tare Induced dlaraae. CIIKICOKKU INJECTION Is Intended as an ally or aasUtant to the Cherokee ltem edy, and snould be used In conjunction with that medicine In all caars nf Uleet, Gonorrhea, Fluor A I hut, or Whites. Its effects are healloir, soothing, and demulcent; removing all scalding, heat and pan,Jniite4 oJIJ.JjornlujfMd almost unendurable - .V-llr the nuof the CHEROKEE REMEDT. and CHKKUKEK INJKCTION th two medicines at the fame time all Improper dlee Is arccee aro removed, and the weakened organs are speedily res tored to full vigor and strength. ITfrice, Cherokee) lleruedy, t3 per bottle, or three bottles for S3. tW Price, Cherokee) Injection 9 per bottle, or three bottles for 93. Bant by Express to any address on receipt of price. 17" The Cherokee. Itemed y, Chero kxe lnjortloii and Cherokee Cure are sold by all enterprising Irugglsts In the civilised world. Pome unprincipled dealers, however, try to sell worthless compounds In place of these: those Which they can purchase at a cheap price, and make more money by selling, than they can on these med Iclnes. A you value your health, aye, the health of your future offspring, do not be deceived by such unprincipled Druggists, atk for thene. medicines and Uikt no other. If tbe Druggists will not buy them for you, enclose the money la a letter, and we wtU send them to you by Express, securely sealed and) nacked free from observation. I Ladles or Gentlemen can address as In perfect confidence, stating fully and plainly their diseases and symptoms, as we treat all diseases of a ehronle nature In male or fomale. Patients need not hesitate becauso of their Inability to vli.lt us. as we have treated patients successfully In all portions of the civ-, tilled globe, by correspondence. Patients addressing us will please state plainly all the symptoms of their complaints, and write Post office, County, flats and name of writer, plain, and) Inclose postage slump for reply. We senil ear 84 pig Pamphlet free to any ad dress. Address all letters for I'smplilcts or advice te the prprlutor, Dr. W. 17. ME CO., No. Lib York. Fold hy Smith A Moll. Epting A Eaton, and D. F. Mitchell, Suginnw City, wholesale snd re tail ly friselle Bro's, East Saginaw. . 271-J DUNCAN'S Clothing Establishment REM O VA. L . IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE LATE FIHB, which destroyed his premises on Washington Street, the undersigned has removed his stock of CLOTHING . AXD GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, To the store forraorly occupied by L. S. Lei halm, flint door North of Luckbout's Hardware Storo, North Water 6trcot, where ia addition te a good stock of , . READY-MADE CLOTHING, he Is prepared, as usual, te manufacture suits ot garments to order, of the best materials and ia tbe lutest styles. Thankful for past favors, he solicits a contin uance of the patronage of . the citixens of East Saginaw and vicinity. II. It. DUNCAN. Feb. 12, 18G3. n2S9-ly 2STOTICE, IN CONSEQUENCE of the continued Illness of C. II. Mott, Esq., the in (innermost and con trol of all the business heretofore transacted at. the office of Mr. Mott has been placed in w; hands. All applications for the purchase 01 lew or for deeds of lots already sold, ana under oss tract, will be made to me. W. L. T. LITTLE. Dated EartSnglnaw, April 21st, 18C5. DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PERIODICAL FILLS, 1 FOR FEMALES INPAMDLI2 IS CORRECTING IRItliUUIjARCTI BemoTinK Obntrrjetiona of the Montnw Turns, from Whatever Ouse, and AJ-J ways Successful aa a 1'royentatlve, And the " only sure " and CERTAIN REMEDV, for all those afflicting complaints so peculiar tc the set; ; whether " tnnrrtert or single. " I These Villa are nothing new, Cut havo beta nsed by the Doctors for many years, both W francs ana America, wlln unparatloa succmh every case 1 and he is urged by many thousasj ladies who have used them to make the Pil'S publio, for the alleviation of those suffering frvry any irregularities whatever, as well as to proven an increase of family where health will sot p1 mit it. Females peculiarly situated, ef thss supposing thomselves so, are oautioned agai! naing these rills while in that condition, as lh proprietor assumes no responsibility after th above admonition, although their mildness woul ? re vent any mischief to health, Otherwise tl ills are recommended. Foil and explicit dir1 tlons accompany each box., 0,000 Eons Havb Dkih Sold. Ia Two YiAti Ten thousand boxes sent by Icttor, both by mj self and agents, to all parts of the world, to whir answers havo been returned, la which ladies s& nothing like the above Fills have been know since the SCIENCE OF MEDICINE DAWNE UPON THE WORLD IN UEMOVINO 0( STRUCTIONS aad restoring nature to its prof' cnsnjjel, quieting the nerval and restorujf! " rosy color 01 hoaito. ' to the cheek, ot toe delicata. '")', I , ' ( ' . ' ., j TRICE tlOOrer BOX. Six Boxus Fort 5 Sold by Af!nnrt G.TtsitLt., Dncoawr Aor.stroni.AsT bAgiha w, Mich., to wbrjt orders should be aldressed. Ladles by sendins? him II 0'.' vbavsl Fills sent eonflilentially by malV free of FosUC to any part cf the Country. . - . I O. S. Laeey, General tray ellng Agent fr tt Woatem States, .167 Doa'.a Street,. Ciitsa III. : . N. P. None gentilr j nsAmt the Bex U-sigV 8. D. Howe. . . Jnst receive Jf a jBr-n ct excellent WAJ rAPER, al' w and beautiful patterns, ahlcl efTer at t, Lowysr Mabkut FaicEa. Comes see tn'fl al j. ?. FREY'S Stationery Store viater itreai eppofite silsboe'i I urwture 1 . 1