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THE 1I00SAC TUNNEL.
CbrrJor smdj Progresa of the Work i'f oliackii(ik.is to Completion Ail 121c l l.i.al. Tim jirogrt'ss of tho Iloosac tunnol in Masque husetts is a mattor of inter t bt to tho jofjpro of tho West as well as of tho Eatst ' But tho public liavo luul littta jraclicnl infommtion as ro p;arls it until tho ujipoarunco of a :n coinmumcation tyi tho eutjjoct by Mr. 1 W. Bird, to tho Boston AJrtr ti'mr. Tho work is now being carried on hy tho State of Massachusetts. Tho tunnel is intended to pierce tho loosac mountain, on tho road between Boston and Albany, and, when com pleted, will bo tho longest in tho world, tfxcejit that of Mount Ceuia. 'J he latter,-which connects the empire of l'runco with tho kingdom of Italy, is executed nt tho cost of tho two countries chiefly benefited by it, while tho undertaking at tho Iloosac moun tain ia earned on by a Binglo State Put we aro sorry to Fay tho progress -t the work has been exceedingly fclow, and its present condition Jar fiom . giving promise of fpeedy com 1 .h-t toil. Tho tunnel at present consists of two horizontal bhafts in tho east and West bides of tho mountain, and a per pendicular ono about a mile and a half J rein the western opening. Tho total length of tho tunnel is to bo 'J l,5iti foet, or over four miles and a half. The shaft has been excavated a dis tance 6f MO feet, but the boro is only 7 feet high and I t feet wide a mero gimlet hole. It will need to bo from L'2 to 2-4 feet wide and li I feet high. At this shaft three Bets of men work eight hours each for six days in tho ckk. In 12 months they have exca vated, only 2(10 feet wist. A central i haft had been sunk from tho top to 1 ho grade of tho tunnel, at this end, in order to ,' facilitate tho work. At tho cast end tho principal work was ilwjc by tho engineer Uaupt, and bo foro the State Commissioner took hold of it he completed 2,3'J J feet; tho entiro length now is 2,700 feet, But the shaft is principally only 13 feet wiuaro. This part of tho work is pushed with vigor. Tho central shaft is about one and U half miles from tho western portal, tit a point where tho surfaco of tho mountain is 2,030 feet above the grade of the tuiinol. Tho shaft, has been sunk 100 foot, leaving 800 feet yet to bo sunk. During the last Ki months they havo gono down 100. foet; tho last month they mado 22 feet. As Miming that tho work at the central shaft will hereafter average per month tho highest iiguies yet readied in any month, (22 feet.) it will require forty and a half months to reach grade. Until that timo tho M'ork of tunneling the mountain proper must bo limited to two faces ono, at the east end and one in the west shaft. Tho machinery and all tho appurtenances at the cen tral shaft aro in excellent condition, and tho men work with spirit. A dam has been built for tho pur poso of creating water-power to drive machinery in tho repair shops, to ven tilate tho tunnel and to compress the nir to drivo tho drills in caso any can bo found which will work. It is ubout three-quarters of a milo above tho east end of tho tunnel, is about 2.")0 lout long, with a head, as the commis sioners say in their report, of 20 feet. Tho total cost of this dam, up to tho present time, has been $150,000. When completed it will bo 200,000. Tho power used at tho dam is that produced by turbino wheels of about ono huudred horso power each. This u put iu oporation upon air compress- "At Iho west end tho great difficulty met with in tho progress of tho work is that arising from the naturo of tho material excavated. Tho materials iio.tr tho bitrfaco of tho ground, and for a short distance in tho shallowed part of tho open excavation, aro com mon earth nnd hard pan. Theso grad ually chango iuto a substanco that is icitjior earth iter rock, in any common obiorver remarked that ho was "at a loss to deciilo whether it is earth turn ing to rock, liko that of tho mountain, or roctnturning tirenrth." Tho most appropriate' name given it is "demor alized rock." In its normal condition it is tough and hard, liko rock, but when exposed to tho combined influ ences of air and water, it runs away liko quicksand; or, if pent up, it be comes "porridgo." It abounds iu Beams, or crevices, from which issue numerous Wings and littlo streams of water. Tho ono hundred nnd ten feet of heading accomplished at tho M ost end required n frame-work, or lining of heavy timbers and plank, to bo set tip as fast as the excavation was made, in order to resist tho pressuro and weight of tho surrounding material. (Some times tho progress mado nt this end is only three or four feet per day. Mr. Bird calculates that, at tho present rate of speed, and allowing for tho increased facilities arising from the completion of tho central shaft, It will take eight 5'carsand nino mouths, front September 1, 18G5, to comploto the work. As to tho cost of tho tunnel all cal culations aro afloat on this question. JVW. Brooks, Esq., ono of the com inisiionors, estimated the cost from tho beginning at . $5,7 lft,3.p0. Hut it is thought it will excood this sum. Tho i-tute took chargo of tho work early !ttt yonr, nnd havo expended nearly ' 1 ,000,000, 1 1 is urged by many that it is best to abandon tho work, or pay bomo responsible parties a Jtfindsomo sum to take it oil its hands-say 2, 000,000... . . TjvnsjNAL Cleanliness.--Attention to one's outward tvppparauce is one of tlio first olemcnts oi politeness. Want f cleanliness, slovenly or dilapidated attiro, aro an affront to tho person we approach. Anything like dirtiness the wry word olfends is utterly un pinlonablo and inadmissablo. Man lmturaly tho nudest of animals, has necessarily tho greatest need of tor sonal neatness: Most of the nations of antiquity bathed daily or oftener. Ablutions were, and still are, in many countries a religioui practice. lVr fumes aro quite gono out of fashion. C";C"A tender-hearted widower fninto I at tho funeral of his third be loved! "WhU'll wo do with him?" asked a. friend of hi. "1et hint ulone," said u waggish bystander, '"he'll soon rcwive." Valuable Intelligence ! A COLUMN WORTH READING ! CLOTHING-, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS, CAPS and FURNISHING- GOODS; v; PIONEER CLOTHING STORE I f c it. wilkin ft 7, $)&i'ry$'A , Xl ' Manufacturer & Daalart In Iff- i - ; ; il V.'V (If thina.CIoths.Cassimeres roll! VE8TINQ8, AO ' . Xt. 3, ICxcliange llloclt, .' ft! EAST BAOINAW, MICH A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OIF- OT & .FASHIONABLE. GOODS JUST RE OEIVET). TRIMMINGS 11 FURNISHING GOODS 1 1ST E3STDLESS VABIETY. BOOTS AND SHOES Of every description, ftylo nnd quality, nt WEAVER & WILKIN'S FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM, Irving Block, East Saginaw. NEW ' , . STOCK, LOW . PRICES, SUPERIOR QUALITY, LATEST ' STYLES. A Full and Complete Assotment of Coarse and Fine Work, and every variety of Fashionable Goods FOR- Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, Young Men, Youths and Children. WS CAWT BE DK1S0LB ! HATS and CAP FURNISHING GOODS, Furs, Fixtures and General Paraphernalia FOR EAEI?l"ri30ID"Y. iriLKlX .0 MACK, Dealer In IIATS, CAPS AND FURS, tlrnt't 1'nrntahlnj lol, ,tc.,, J 13 AST SAOINAWylICU. An Ample Assortment OF - Soft Wool, Cloth, Felt and Canvass OF NEW AND ELEG-ANT STYLES. Ca jiSjIIosicry, Under Clot hing,Neck Tics, Scarfs, Collars Wristbands, Um brellas, Valiccs and 'all manner of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Robes, Blankets and General Supply of Fur Goods in season. SUITS OF LATEST STYLE :''l Hi 332- HV'' : lXrKRIEXCEI) f ii WEAVER & WILKIN, "Wliolwn'c U l; lull 1'u!tb In BOOTS & SHOES.! C j Atnl ull In tin It liiii-. j Ay Irvinz. B'.oo'.i. Kast j ILK HATS J3S )3-Wlr ! VJ MaJo to 1 Order la Ir Lalesl Style. f, PERFECT FIT Ineurcd by mjo of Conformatuer 0? BUCKHGUT'S COLUMN. ron rni WINTER TRADE B. B. BUCKHOUT. AT 1119 NEW STAND, : ' Saginaw Block, north wati:u ST lias recoWfd Ilia Full an unumallj large m aortuu'ut of H -A. X) "W ARE, Stoves, Iron, Slccl, NAILS, CUTLERY, GLAS3, AXES OF ALL KINDS, " CM III. f: HAI. 71 1 Ma SAWS Cross-Cut Saws, BUTCHER'S MILL SAW FILES, Fub I) e r and .L-iithcr lir-lt-rf(, Shrv'l, Iloed, Fi'adcK, Fiirrninir I tuple-' t nit. Jniuinnrd Ware, l!ake tlv, Gauip i:iiii)tncnli, Iron Killk'P, Ilnti lu ll", Frying I'niia, llnlfrr Cliuina, WikkIcii Witro, Iron ai.j fttel of nil kintN for IMi'tkMiiilding, UM, Kuts, Screw, Tu4 ka,Naila, l'ilcp, Hiupa,llorrn-Snoa Ita)a,Stol fc" lrin jn, an I Hicll koin for Uujj(ji and Wajj- cm, Ioor lliiip:, O'atu Ilinoa, SikI Inma, LiK Oiaiun, Traca Clmiim, Curix-ntfra' Twin, Fniiirr, Trowel, litick guwn, 1'itvU Fork", ami vt'icr Fiinnin Tooln, Pocket' Ki)ivcF,Tiili!o Knivoa and Fork, Ku. mis, Scia mri, 1 1 ll kinds .fiiin rixlnK, Patent Wn.ln, Cr pj'cr Fluka, Shot jxuKdip., Perdition Tups, and Lullct Moiildi", Ilorxo Vnr U, II .iso l)rusli-K, Vrnn hrn,.SLoa jMiiiktii, Ctio- era' Tool, r.nnk Shcora, Tiiiliis'.liiTtr, Luttoitbolo Cullorn, lvt-ry iLinjr. SHELF IIARBWJlUBj saws,' cAnrirxTKP.' tools, CtTLKRV, lX'OK HUMMLNU5. SCP.LWS, CF ALL S'.ZV.S, AC. !X A i U FACT U JR B 1 ti COPPER, TIInT, AND SHEET IRON WARE, OF ALL KINDS, i Mnuufiirturrd t' order, nfthn lcft mntrriul, nnd in A worktniudika iiiunner. Stove put up, Pipe fittrd, KnruTroiigli nitd Water ('endm-tora mu le mid put r,epairiiij nniitl.r nttndod t( Keroorne Lamp innde, or fittrd with Hurncrs unl Cliinmcjij Cnniping Ftfiifila nindc in any dofii'i'd ptjle, Luiiiliermen fitted out with all ta cciiliul nitiilea for Culinnrv I'lirj-ofi In tho i.n,i., - u,4-tM-aor, and everything required iu lliii" Lium h of nitibuulvw Lui-iiic.-a done prompt! nud veil. A Coinjileto Aaortineiit .l everything Ufanll ciil led for in tho lino of Tin Ware, alnaya on huud. Alco, Ulivot Iron and Ccppor r are W. I'-VI.Ij fiTOCK OK ERA PS KKTTI.KS, PORCELAIN KETTLES, PRESERVE OAKS, TEA AND COFFEE C A N S, BREAD EOXES, AND GENERAL PAN TRY F1VU KK. Particular Attention It invited to as Excellent A?ioitiueut ol STOVES eoi; all rimrosKs, Of Lato & Excellent Patterns. COOKING, PARLOR, ALL OF JJL'ST QUALITY! litussia and common Pipe with in. m;cr.nRABr rixtiitcs. READY FOR riTTIflG UP AT ONCE. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT Of everything nMinll.v to fomid in any Hard wan Kiitaldirdiaienf, Fn.t or Wet, with the ad dition nt attt Ira Incident to the liuineiaif Lutit borinr, Salt Iiorinf and Mnnnfiuluro, l irhinjr, Hunting and Trnppinr, will always l found at my Store, where I ahall Le hnppy nn all timea to inert old ennfomerr and new. Punt patroimgs gTalefully K'kiio ludged R IL Ill'CKIICL'T. Fait Saginaw. Auf, I, IC.5. OLD STAND NEW FIRM. Hah HARDWARE EMPORIUM. r , No's 1 and 2, . EMPIRE BLOCK, ' i, WATER STREET, . lour Doors South of Genete Street, EAST SAGINAW. ,( Cast Steel, . Cllster Steel, . German steel, r 8prlng Steel Iiiilin Rupeilor Iron, 'Swirdiah Iron. Iern Iron. American Iron, of all Eiioa. SHEET IKON, LAKE SUPERIOR CHAIN, A M K KICAN DO U H LE LINK CHAIN. ENCL1SH CHAIN. BRA?!?, COPPER, AND IRON WIRE, WAtJON SKEINS AND LUXES, IIl'RS, SPOKES AND RIMS, SHAFTS AND POLES, Malleablo Castings, Nuts and Wasbers. HARDWARE of every Description. s t o v e .s ; TIN &. SHEET IRON WARE, TABLE St POCKET CL'TLERV. a Complete Assortment of HOUSE FURNISHING COODS cut, clinch, sheahting nails,im:essed and ham mered II. 8. , NAILS, Cut an Wronl.t Spikcc, Fin'liiiifT, ('nin,7, Ham-I, Clout ami Gimp Nails and Tackn, MECHANICS' TOOLS &C. Turners', Coopera', Mavins', Blnckiiiiiitha', Ma iLiiiiita and Puiuttra' Tool. Ureal aawtrtmont of Axea, Wedgca, BoatU Riu : Door, Cuploard, Drawer, Cheat, Trunk and Pad LooLa, Butts and Screws, and Builders' Hardware Geuorally. Ilarncfls & Coach Trimmings, Whifllctrcc8 and Nock-Yokes. tSonga, IIouko and Teiv Eccls, Force, Suit ion and Bucket Puinjio, Lend and Zine Pijx. Sult-AVell and Wooden Tubing. Brushes of all kind, Cordage, Oakum and Hemp Packing, Ruler Parking, Gamuts and Bolting, Hay, Platform, Counter and Ten Scale, Mtt'.hino, Carriage, Fire and Plow Bulls, and Log Strews, HUBS, SFOlvES AND FELOES. BLOCK TIN, SPELTER, LEAD, Baboit Motal. SAWS AND FILES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Copper, Tin ami Sheet Iron Ware, ? ; ami : ' . " EVERY O Incident to this lino of trndo. MANUFACTURING, Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Waro, tianufac turod no order at short notice, atove and conductor pipes mado and ut np with despatch. Tke continued patronage of the publip Is ivlio ted. 1 GEO. MORl.KV, . j , i i- C. II. MORl.KV, K. W. MOtlLE i'. aiagiaaw, Owtoler 7, I6f3. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS, New Goods! East Storo Crouse Block. ii., - ' G. II. 6. J. B. Crouse fc Co., Are now opening an entirely New Stock o Oeceral MerohandUe la the, East Store, Crouae O uceaue Street, Block, . . , . i ' : .' Their Stock consists of a large and wallielect ed variety of Domectic and Staple s Coi.a'.stlng f-f Silks ahd Dress floods, Prints. Prruch anl EDglicb Merinos, Delaina, Beragos, WkiI and Cotton Flannvbt, Mittens, (ilovca and Hoxiery, Dcnima, Stripua, Sutinetta, Cloths and Cuaaiuiers, Urown pnd Blooched Sheetings and Shirtinga, Cheeks, Linaeys and Plnids, Oroin Bg,: Twliug, Table Linen, Napkins, 'labia Covers, Str.ped Ticking, Burlaps, &o. White tlooda nnd l'aney (Jooda in great rorloty, Cam. IiHck, Lawna. Chuck Cambric, Curtain Drapery, Wall and Window Paper. CROCKERY GLASS-WARE . A largo and beaut Iful variety of Lamps, Look ing Olaiites, Chambe Setts, cominon and fine Table Cutlery, common aud ailver Forks and SjKMins, Egg Whiys and Baileys, Pocket Knives, Shears Si'ic!Nrs, Ao., with a general variety ot Yankee Notions, os pins, Needles, Thread, But ton,' &o. l)rers Trimmings, Ladies' Gloves and Hosiery In great vnrioty. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Jackets, ' Overalls, Merino Shirts and Drawers, Heavy Hi bed Drawers, Hats, Caps, Fur Goods, Buck M it tons and Gloves. J- A. R D, .A-jR, IE- Cuft Steel and Silver Steel A tea, Nails, various kinds of Shelf Hardware, Ac , Ao. Groceries and Provisions, A lnrge ami frestli noi tnient of CofTees, Tea Sugars, Moluxiies, Syrups, Spices, Satcratu. Coal Oils, Drupt and Mtdiciues, FIkIi, Fruit, Dried Apples, Dried Plums, Ac, Ao. Eeroscno Lamps, Chimneys and Wicks. tfZfTnese Gorxls wereboueht for cnfli. by an experienced buyer, and at great advantage con sidering the precarious stntcoftho market. Ibey will be oncred ul a very small advance from cont All those having urchaca to make, and tho pualie genernlly aro respectfully invited to eall and examiut Gooila on I Prices beforo purchasing ciMewbero. G. II. k J. B. CROFSE A CO. East Saginaw, Jan. lt, I8G3. x s e e - Ceorgo W. Merrill, PROPRIETOR OF THE East fJaginaw Foundry. AND . MACHINE SHOP, Announces tr the rublic that tho establlplnnent ia better than ever Iffora prepared to meet tho wants of increasing business the a Jitlon of a LARGE IRON PLAINING MACHINE The longest and hen vest In this part of the tato and a Expressly built for cotfing Tlircads on Salt Tu bing and Homo other .adit ions to machinery makes the shops well rupplicd with good Tools inil prepared lo execute rromptty all orders for Saw Mill and Grist Mill Irons, Ploughs, Potash Caublroa ami Juinr Kettles, lioa etoves, SUigh Shoes and And-lrons, Brass Boxes and Composition Canting. Forged Steel and Iron work. Particu- inr iioiiva uumu vaihuuvu. TO SALT MANUFACTURERS. I am fully prepared to cpt Threads on Well Tu bing, manufacture Pumps for Salt Wells of the Lent Samples in iihc, ami do all kinds of iron work imuully wanted at Salt Works with uis patch. All Work Will Bo Warranted, To do good business and be In all respects as represented ' ' C aVThe Patronage of the Public Is respect fully solicited. Brass and Copper toui(ht in ex change for work, or paid for In cash at all times. Shops are situated in J l Ward,. W atcr street, on tho Dock, Eust SiKuaw, Mich, Cull or Address G.W.MERRILL. V. O. Vo x 301. DR.DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PERIODICAL TILLS, FOR FEMALES INl AMIlLi: IN ( OltltlXTIXti IKHLUUIiAKITI ITemoTtng Obarrnctlona cf the Monthly 'iMrna, from Whatever Cause, and Al wt;i tuccesaful aa Preventative, And the " only snre" and CERTAIN REMEDY for all those a til ic ting complaints so peouliar to the sex ( whether " married or single." These Pilla are nothing new, but hnve been used by tho Doctors lor many years, both in France and America, with tinparalled success in every caso aud he is urged by many thousand ladies who have used tbein to make the Pills public, for the alleviation of those suffering from any irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent an increase of family where health will not per mit it. Frmriles peculiarly situated, or those supposing themselves so, are eautinned against using theso Pills while in that condition, as the proprietor assumes no responsibility after the. ebovo admonition, although tUeir mildness would iirevctit any uibu hicf to health. Otherwise the 'ills are recommended. Full and explicit direc tions accompany each box 60,000 Boxes !Iavb Been Sold Ix Two YcAtti Ten thousand boxes sent by letter, Ix.th by iny solf and agent., to all parts of the world, to which answers have been returned, in which ladies ray nothing like the al-ove Pills have been known since tho SCIENCE OF MEDICI NK DAWNED I PN THE WOULD IN REMOVING OU STItl'CTlONS and restoring nature to its rrop t linnntl, quieting the nerves and restoring ny Color of health " to the cheek of tbt nioe. delicate, , ( . .. , . ' ' . ! PRICE tl 00 Ter BOX, Six Boxrs Ton 5 0( " Fold by Ai aKtir W. Bihsci.i., Dri ooist, Soi.r Aobsjt roR East Saoiaw, Mich., to whom all orders should bo addressed. . , , ladies by sending him II 00 can have tho Pills sent conn Initially by mail, freoo Pimge, to any part of the Country. L G. S. Lacey, (Joneral traveling Agent tat taw Western States, 167 'Dearborn Street Ckjcago III. N. B. Nona, genuine utou the Box Is signed S. D. Howe. MILlirJ'ER.Y. A Superb aud Fashionable Htock of, MILLINERY GOODS j BONNETSj . ; HATS &C.j AT MY MILLINERY EMPORIUM, Washington Street, opposite Bancroft llouso, East baginaw. CLOAKS & CLOAK MAKING. ' I have also addod to my extensive assort mont of Hats, Millinery Goods and Cloaks, m vast amount of ZEPHYR WORSTED, Double, Eng lih and Split. Iabobave great, variety of SILK' RIBBONS, and all kinds of DRESS TRIMMINUS. ' ALSO AGENT FOR GROVER &. BAKER'S CELEBRATED SEWINO MACHINES. Call and soc than. MRS. E. 0. HAMMOND. Eat Saginaw, Oct. 21, 1665. ' ' Eh O O M n o WAREHOUSE. T1IE IUIQEST AND BEST BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE In Northern Michigan, IS CAimiEl) OX BY L. S. LENHEIM, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE WALKER A GOOD INOS NEW WAREHOUSE, ON WATER STREET, last Saginaw. It U j'repared to supply evcryocdy with Boots, Miocs and iiubbers, oi the moat Fashionable Styles The BEST QUALITY and at the LOWEST PRICEA. Particular Attention Paid to Custom Work, AND ALL WOKK WA1UIANTED HPy FURNITURE. f Tbo Suleribcrs now offer for sale at tho CITY A UOTION STORE Large aud well telocted stocks of F U RNI JURE, Consisting in part of SOFA?, TF.TF-A-TETES, LOP NOES, ' SOVA SKAT ROCKERS, BCREAl S, TABLES, CENTER TA BLES, BED STEADS, CHAIRS, BED ROOM SETS I What Nols, Hot Racks, Xjookiiig Glasses Mattrasres and Pillows. Moul lings. Picture Frames Made to Order. In short, everything In tho furniture line. Ad ditions are uiilc lo this stock of Goods each week, and parties desirous of purchasing Furni ture will find it for their interest to call here be fore purchasing i-Uewhcro. - C. D. BLISS A CO. Aug. 1st, 18G4. . . 2Clly REMOVAL I Now Furniture & TJpholstor : Iur Establishment, Jefferson Stroct, West SiJo, 3 Doors North of Geucsoo Street. . EIIERPEL has removed from the stand of late occupied by him on Washington at , to tha locality above mentioned, where he has greatly Increased his facilities for carrying on bis biisineea, and la thereby enabled to offer a material Reduction iu Prices. MATRESSES, CUSH'(0NSf STOOLiV On hand or manufactured to-order.. Good SEA GRASS MATRESSES sold a low as 7. A1I manner of work inlheU'pholatrTing line well and proini-tly doue, and at a lair price. . FURNITVyRE Of all descriptions manufactured to order or re paired at short notice A good assortment always on hnnd.- The undrtrigneil returns thauks for f a( pat roaage and resectfully iflvitxa it continuance and increv. E. IIERPEL. Eajt Snjslnaw, Sept. 13fc IrfW. nJIOCni WHO WANTS! Who wanti prime lambs-wool undershirts, Or splendid Drawers or Ho, ' Who wants Silk Povket Handkerchiefs . Or Catnbrlo If they those 1 , Who wants a snow-white Llnen'shlrt ' The texture superfine, Who wants s killing necktie ' The shirt-collar to ontwtne 1 Who wants t stylish Coat or Yost, , Of any shape or shade 1 Who wants a handsoxe pair of Pants As good M ever were made 1 Who wants a first-rate Otercoat To ward old winters chill, A "Rglan"hor 'McClellon," "Bang-op" or what you will, . : Who wants Scarfs, Shawls, G toves, Gsantletr Suspenders or Valise, Trunks, Carpet Bags, or aught thst tends Gent's comfort to increase. To Marks' far-fatnod Tower Hall . Should hie them In ft trice, . t ; . And know that he alone supplies " rrimo Clothing at Low Price. TO II. MA It KM : ' ' ' Clothing and nt's I'm rn tailing Ca'OOd IlllOliUIII. Genesee Street, opposite the Bancroft House Eatt Saginaw Mich. Livery Establishment ; A. W. GATES, AT their New and Extensive Stables, oa Wushington Street. ' EAST SAGINAW,' MICHIGAN. Have ono of the IBcst Livery Eatablishmcnts in the West. Family "turn outs" Horses and Buggies, Sadie' Hones, and "rigs" of all styles, single or four to six horses, promptly fitted out. NEW AND IN STYLE. 1 Everything about the establishment la iu. good shape, tidy new and of late stylo. Horse always in good condition and carriages and II r neses neat and tidy. RliASUNAUIE RATE St only, charged in all instances, and the utmost pains taken to give entiro satisfaction to all cm tomers. . . i i . A. W. CATKS. East Saglnaw.Fcb. 1 16C5 ; MERCHANTS' Insurance Company f OF HARTFORD, CONN. CASH CAPITAL - $200,000. E.THOMAS LOBDELL. Seo'y MARK HCWARD.rres't. NOTICE is hereby given thut tho agency f the Merchant's Insurance Company t'f Hartford, for Saginaw County, has this day been transferred to the undersigned, who will hereaf ter promptly i ttend to nnd conduct tho business of that company. This company stands A No. 1 , as will he seen by referring to the statements of tho Troy fire, which occurred ft few weeks since; $J0,0()U was paid promptly by this company at that time. Those desiring risks taken can do no better than to insure in this company. ' U. C. BIR'", Agent. East Saginaw, June 24, 1G5. A I KIN & STINSON Grant Block, WASHINGTON ST. Would call the attention of Hotel and House keeper, Country Merchants, and In fact. ' everybody to their fine asaortmcnt of French nnd Ktor.c China Good. Which were lought at the Lowest Price In Gold, which they oCfcrtosell atcorrerpouding low ratee. We keep constantly on hand TEA TRAYS, FANCY TOILET SETS, TABLE CULEKTY, BRITTANNIA WARE, GLASS WARE, FANCY GOODS IN CHINA i PARIAN, LAVA AND BOHE MIAN WARE, KEROSENE LAMPS AND LAN TERNS, SIDE AND HALL LIGHTS AND CHAN DEL1ERS, And many other arieles not mentioned In this Caatlngue, essential to the convenience of good Housekeepers. BiT" Don't full to give them ft call. AIKIN ASTINSON. East Saginaw, June 1st, 16G5. NEW QUARTERS. New and Extensive Stock of Wine LIQUORS, CORDIALS, &c. C. L. I.--4 1865. A. IT. ROOT & MIDLER, BECTIPIBBS, TVIIOLF.SALJE ASD RETAIL LIQUOR DEALERS. Knw oeruriT the Corner Prnr Ttrt' Ttlnk next to Gooding A Hawkins' Warehouse. Where they hare ft Full Stock of PURE LIQUORS, Imported and Domestio. Rectified Whi.-ky at very iow ngures. A. M ROOT. A.J. MIDLER. . East Saginaw Jkarch 23, 1SG5. 21)5 Dissolution of Partnership. THEWfrtneri!hlp heretofore exUting endei the style and name of Schmits an I Morlere ia Mils day diKmdvcd by mnlnal consent. Mr. Schmits withdrawing from the firm. The busi ness will hereafter te carried on under the style and name of Morley Brothers, who are alone an- thoriied to settle the business of the late Ann. ANTHONY SCIIMITZ, GEO. MORLEY, C. II. MORLEY. E. W. MORLEY.. East Saginaw, October 7th, lpf.3. CIGARS! CIGARS! A larjre lot of ihcnn and hi!i t rlred clears just received, and for Mile whlamlaiHl retail hy M. II- ALllASI' 1 A 10., living Block, one dx.nnCor Liitle'iTanJ