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; i. - - - - . As to tho Offlcea. . -Tlio Washington correspondent of the Independent writes as follows :' " It is not Mr. Sumner or Mr. Ste vens alone who is determined that the rebelli&us States shall be denied rep resentation till they aid in amending the Constitution if m Uco-thrht ij each Jlouts. It is impossible to har taonizi these differences of opinion, and theU' is but one way to avoid ft controversy which will shake tho its foundations. Con- cress .mu3t.be permitted to legislatn r nvlr tlons. aud with- tho use of patronage against them.' lho other hand, if the President 1 refrain from discriminating n his furniture. to. CLOTHING BUCKIIOUT'S COLUMN. according to its convictions, out On appointments against radicals in Con JJL. i entitled to courteous fi must ha permitted to take his course. Let him go on with his speeches." . ' Tliia is tolerably cool. ItisnoUnn tl.fin invitincr Mr. Johnson to ro- f Stevens. Ho roust allow Congress to do just as he pleases, and must be careful to so wield tho patronage of tho Govern rnent that it will not interfere with the designs of tho radicals. lie can moVo speeches if he likes, but ho must not try and impress hw private views upon tho legislation ot the country ! , . Ti, 'wnlnPfa of tho abovo got down to tho temperature of the frosty Caucasus ; but there is a zero still : ,nfn,iml in tho cool effrontery of the Weed and Raymond tdiquo who are besieging President jonnsou for the offices, the New York Custom IIouso, etc., as the prico of their lagging about six months or a year behind Thnd. Stevens, Ben. Wade and Wendell Phillips, the truo loaders of the Republican, party, whom they must and inevitably will follow. Far bo it from us to doubt the po litical virtue and tho perfect patriotism of these gentlemen, who stand with open months and platters right side up. But if they wish to convince the public that their repentance for past fanaticism g sincere they will do well not to koop such a sharp eye out for porridgo-rains. As for President Johnson he can only, chooso between using his pat ronago for the radicals or against them. Not to uso i't against them is to uso it for them, for they happen to ln in nnsisrKsion. N. I. )l orld. w " 1 Petroleum. Ono of the most wonderful things ;n h liUtorv of tho present day and generation is tho manner in which pe troleum is springing to tho surface of tho earth in all quarters of the globe. The discoveries of Pennsylvania ap pear to havo set all mankind oil hun ting every where. It is conceded that thopetroieum deposit exists from Can ada to the Gulf of Mexico. They Pet to work to bore for it in Europe, io cni.l with success. In the nun in - - . East it was always known to exist, but was not put to extensive use Lato news from Australia tell us that a flowing petroleum well has been struck there, which commences finely, with a yield of ono hundred and forty barrels tlitaso yet to bo oiototW LWul' e i, r.tr.lift. nnd it may be in- tended to play apart among civilized ...... u:-u nnn BpnTrelvbo lmannec'. Provideco in this is kind to mankind. Potroleum has existed in tho earth einoo tho creation. It remained there . until Vro was actual need of it, I ShivJniwnH necessity becoming apparent,- it cio.foith in gushing profusion, supplying a want that was pressing, and stimulating, enterprise nnd industry to fresh undertakings. There is something more than chanco in this. God has prepared the world for tho uses of man under the highest forms of civilization, and whenever f his creatures render new wants pressing, tho menus of gratification, are found. It was so with tho metals ;it was so when the or dinary fuel furnished by wood became scarce, and coal was discovered to take its place. It is so with ttftroleum, which supplies light and aids machine ry in its action, and will become n fuel. It will be so hereafter with other sub stances, the use which aro not now known, but will be.louud ready for the wants of mankind, and attainable with case. ; Tbe Subscribers now offer for sale at the CITY A UCTION STORE Larg and well selected stocks of F U R N I T.U R E, Consisting la part of STORE I SOFAS, TETK-A-TETES, L0CM1ES BO? A SKAT BOCK ERS, BUREAUS, TADLKS, CENTER TA DLLS, BED STEADS, CHAIRS, BED ROOM SETS I VTbnt KoU, Hat Racki, Looking Glasses. Mattresses and rillow. Moul lings. Picture Frames Made to Order. In sbort, everything In the furniture line. Ad- ....,l In Itiia lltftck of 0hIS Cacti b r,.rli, l.lrou i)f purchasing Furni ture will fiu it for their interest to call bere be fore purchasiug elsewhere On 3E2o,xxcl roa vni WINTER TRADE 1:., THE EMPIRE CLOTHII ST.OBLE, Hess' Arcade Block B. B. BUCKHOUT. AT III3 NEW STAND, Saginaw Block NORTH WATER ST II ai recelrrd tbia Fall an noumally large a- aortuient or Jan. lft, 1SG0. CD. BLISS A CO., 2011 TO EVERYBODY OLD, YOUNG, GRAVE AND GAY CLTJSIYB TRADE YS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS H. H. WOODRUFF &CO Grant Block , Eatt Saginaw, Mich. WASHINGTON-ST. EAST SAGINAW. WHOLESALE r' A Superb and l'khlonbl 8tc f MILLINERY GOOISr BONNETS, AT MT NoV ldna 2,- EMPIRE'riLOOKr WATER STREET, Four Doort South of Cene$et Street, EAST SAGINAW. .' MILLINERY EMPORIUM. WaaMnpton Street, orpoeito Bancroft CLOAKS a CLOAK MAKING. WOBSTEDS. --A.3STZD- ST 6 Are now d'uplnTinjlesi tban T P SUCCESSOHS TO $500,000 worth or- C. E.. Rosenbury 8c 'Co. AVholooale and Rotail dealers In GROCERIES AND ' PROVISIONS. Wblch tbey offer to the trade at tbe lewext mar. kct pricea FOR 0-A.SH- We would call tha attention of HOUSEKEEPERS i XO OUR STOCK OP FLOUR PORK, HAMS, BUTTER, EGGS, COD FISH SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE, SPICES, MOLASSES, 5cC, At aUo to our fine aerortmcnt of FAMILY GROCERIES, - CONSISTINO OF V; Natural rreserved Peachea, Pino Apples Ficltlei Lobateraj Oysters; Claras; Cucumber Pickles; Trench ' Mustard; Prunes in Jars; - VL.nriAitTs, TVAiinJ, nus, ice., e AN D TO OUR lOTSUl AT PRICES 10! CifETIlI. K A. R ID "W -A- n E ' SI oves, ' Iron, 'Steel,' v f NAILS. CUTLERY, GLA83, AXES OF ALL KINDS, CAOLC CIIAIIN MILL SAW Crose-Cut Saws, , ; ; . ' : ' ' ' UUTCIIER'b MILL SAW FILES, ' Rub ber and Lenther Uelt Inr, lborel, Iloea, - SpnJca, Farroinf Imple r enta. JapaniinYare, Dake . v tlo, Camp Knii(pneBli, Iron Kettle, Iliitvlifta, FrjiiiR Pane, llalter Cbnlni, VmhIcu Were, Inm and toel of . nil kimU for lllotkf mltbino;, Kuta, Screw, Tacka.NaiU, FU, RiipK,IIire-Sbo RaancSteal gring, an l Hliell i-'keiua for Huggla and - cm lor Ilinpte Date Jlingoe, Sad Ironi, ilor Chaina, T re Chain, Carpcnlcra' Tools. Pquarct, Trowel, X'uck Sawn, pitch. Fork, and other Farming ToU, Pocket Knive,Talo Knirei 1 ' and Fork, ltn ' for, ci - 1 sra, ic. All kind of Oun Fixing. Patent Wad. Copper 1 bfko, 8hcl HHilu. Perruwtion ape, anu Lullcl Mould, llorCar.l. fljrse -Druslie, Vrjncho,Slioe Kii'ivw, Cotip- er' TimiI, linnk Shear, Tailor' Shear, Duttoubole Cutters, Everything. SHELF HARDWARE, SAWS. CAP.rKNTF.lt TOOLS CUTLF.P.V, POOR THISlMiXUS, SCREWS, OF ALL. s-itr.a, v;. IIIAilJFACTIJRIlG - COPPER, TITSJ", SHEET IHON "V7AEE, OF ALL. KINDS, - Cast Steel, .. .. Blister Steel,. . , .1 Cerman steel. . . 1 . Spring Steel 11HST NOliWAY JXJVHj HOD Ialce Superior iron, , , . Sweitiah , Iron, . j v , .' ' 'lru Iion. Anrlon Iron, f all Eiiea :.vi.-:.:-xc-o ". if ". " SHEET IRON, LAKE SUPERIOU CHAIN, AMERICAN DOUBLELINK CHAIN. BSQM8H CHAIN. - PRA8S, COPPER, A)fP IRON WIK.E. WAGON FKEINi AND B0XE8, JIUD8,P0KF8NDRIMS, SHAFTS ANP POLES, . Malloablo CastingB, Nuts and Wash ohl CHEMISTS, HESS BLOCK, OFFOSITE BANCROFT nOUSE. I bare alao added to my extemire aaaortnaent '.i Ti..i. iiii;nrv r:nnl and Cloak, a vaat t L'iiivn WORSTED. Double. Ene niuuuv . . ' . m li.b and Pj.lit. I al Hare gre t SILK RIHUONS, and all kinds ef DRESS TRJMM1NUS. AIJ5Q AGENT FOR G-HOVER & BAKER'S CELEURATED SEWING MACHINES. Call and leotbeua. ' MRS. E. 0. HAMMOND. East Saginaw, Oct. 21, 18CS. WHOLESALE WETML E-i O o WAREHOUSE. WHO WAWTSt Ubo wacta prlut la mil-wool ubdenUr, Or iplendtd Drawers or JIo, no wants Silk Poket Handkarchlals Or Cambric If thejchoeal Who wants a nww-wblta linwaaLlrl 4 Tke texture stipertne, wants a kUUnf Bodtfa' TbihirtollartsUwlatt . . ' Ttfko waata a stylUh Coat o Yes; : . ; i - Of any ibspe or shade 1 , t , . ' TVfca wants a handaext pair ef ItrW As god as erer were made! Tho waats a lint-rate Oi efeoe Te ward old winters chill, A ".HagWor McCJeltan" ' . l;. Bi Pg-opfer what yoo will, . ' : TTbo w.'vts Scerft, Shawla, G lores, Cauntle Suopen ders or Vslhe, i Trunks, Ca rpet Bags, or aught that teais Cent's coLifort to crais. , To Majka far -faineJ tower Hall " Eboula bio thew a trice, 1 Aad know that be alowe trp1lai ' - ' Trime Clot.hlng at Low Price. TO II. MARKS'' Clothlntr nml v5nt' f nrWIaliiint Caood Ekmporlunt'.'. ' Geneeee Street, orpoa.'te the House- Eaai Saginaw Mich. - ana jmc rssc isw warn 3sc"m. " Livery E st abhshmen A. W, C1ATKS, AT their New and Exteniire Suites, et Washington Street. EAST SAGINAW, MICHIGAN.. Hare one of tho ' ' Pet Llrory tutaoiisninent in the weat. Famllr "turn out" llorae and Buggies, Sadlt Ileraea, and "riga" of all .tyles, single or four te ""ra,tWl,lN8TYLE. Ererything about the estaMUhment Is In rood shape, tidy new and or late stylo. Horses Always in good condition, and carriages and liar nesae neat and tidy. RE A SOtf ABLE RATES! only, charged in all Instances, and tbe utmost vini taken to giro entire satisfaction te all eus tomers. . . East Saginaw, Feb. 8, 16C. ' ' "WAREHOUSE HARDWARE of every Description. IVoe liKccIiicrBIocI.e WASHINGTON AVENUE, East Saginaw, MICH. TIIE LARGEST AND BEOT BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE In Northern Michigan, IS CARRIED ON BY L, S. LENHEIM, Steam Manufactory SPENCER & HEVJCOBBE. Late P. Mumford'a, corner Jeffersos) and coU Streets. . EAST Sjft.GmSTA.-W. Before purchasing eliewuro come turouge Inetr Manufactured to order, of the best material, and in workmanlike manner. Stores put up, Pipe fitted, Ears Troughs and Water Conductor made and put ip, Repairing pronely attended to Kcroeone Lamps mnde. or fitted with Burners and Chimneys J Camping Utensil made in any donlred style, LuinlTiucn fitted out witn an es ..ni!i riil,.a fur Culinnrr Puriocs in the . .. . . . i . . i- . i and look woodss Zinc IioarOK lor sioves iuuiwi uu everything required In tbi branch or niecuanica. business done promptly and well. STOVES, TIN MSHEET IRON WARE, TABLE a - ;. a Coro plots Assortment of HOUSE FURNISHING' GOODS IMMENSE STOCK. rpi r mS7U'SLr& CUT, CLINCH, SHEAHTING NAILS.IMJESSED AND HAM- MERED U.S. NAILS, Cut n3 Wronglit Ppitep, FinUintr, CHoing.Jarrel Clout and Gimp NaiU and packs, George W. r.lerrill, - East J iaginaw Foundry AND WOODEN WAKE, Household ImpVmrnts of nil Linda, and tho meat bcautH"! rtt - Kerosene Lamps, ' Os Time In a town in Connecti cut, not long ago, lived Aunt Kesia, an industriua aud thriving widow. She had not only kept good her estate, tut had increased it much in value and r,he loved to it as 4,tho iittle home that poor dear Daniel left her." One day the 'income man" came nlonf and carried otf sone of that lit tle hoarded treasure, and ahe wept as she counted out the bills on which her partner's fingers onco rested so sa credly does the heart the cling to the rcemories of tho departed. A few liours afterward 6ho was at the table, kneading bread, and evidently think ing of the lost one, when her nieco said : "Auntv, now you're nrosneroua nnd WOll to (TO' let s get some pretty wumu ftoncs fur gooH old uncle Daniel, you know he has none at his grave." Aunt Kesiah lifted up her doughy hands nvid emphasized this touching expression : "Jane, if they want anythinff of 1 Daniel at tho jmlgrmeiit, they can find him witnouta guide board. I tell you ho'll bo thoro on time 1" Groat Britain with her thirty-two p0Q & TwillO, PaintS & Oils, .. 1 -If .f .....1,1. nn.iuirtv tnousana millions ui uiAiiuiu ivj..v has a much cheaper government than tho United Slates with its twelve thousand millions of taxable property. , Tho latter pays one-third more taxa tion than tho formor on one-third the moans. Tho United States, under the Republican party dispensation, are now the most abomnihly trxed com munities on tho faco of the globe. The most iron despotism existing has never wrung such fabulous amounts from tho hoards of tho laboring elasses as this so-called "host nnd most pa rental Government." Tho only busi ness our legislators have to do now i to provido for the negroes at tho ex pense of the whitos, and otherwise ex ert all their ingenuity to increase the taxation, which goea toeupply the ca " nacious maws of the bond aristocarcy ? and tho government contractors. Orders aro received; it is said, for ' 1500,000 in bonds of tho Irish repub lie, of which $130,000 hava been sent to a banking house in San Francisco, tUrouffb nephew of General Shields. Furnishing Goods! FURNIRHING GOODS ! ! A' Complete Assortment t ererythlnji? Usually called t.r in the line of lin are, always on hand. Also, Sheet Iron and Copper ware A FULL ?TOCK OK BRASS ' ' POltt'ELAIX ' -ivbiii.ii.o, PRESERVE UAPio, TEA AUD COFFEE , C A N S, ' - ' BREAD BOXES, AND GENERAL PAN TRY F1XU KE3. MECHANICS' TOOLS &C. ehinUts' and fainter ioou. MACHfNE SHOP, Announces to the public that the establishment is better than ever befora prepared to woet the want of increasing business tne ajiuon oi LARGE IRON PLAINING MACHINE The longest and hearest la this part of the State and a NEW XsATHE, F.JpwsJy built for outling Tbreada on SaltTu- binK and some other aJttu.n w ""'""V makes tbe shops well supplied with good Tools ind prepared to execute i.romptly all orders for 8aw Mill and Oriat Mill Irons, PlouKhs, Potash Cauldron and Sujrar nellies, UUi dit,o.Ku Shoes and And-lrons, ' . J.Brass poxes and Composition o DICECTLV OPPOOITF A I.R . . A C00D LI U Orders Promptlj Filled. TAVINO thowoghly repnlred and made ex- (1 to nil all orders on short notice. ON WATER STREE East Saginaw. ir' f,.rmerl oceopied by P: Mumford, we are I I. r.ll ll nr. A Kood assortment .f Ixh, Sash, Winds, and Mouldings constantly on hand. All irregular-..-es mode to order on short not ice. ' 'at aginaw May I, 1&63. JCly ii ta ci Shoes and lubber, of the most JSTOCICI m t Fashionable Styles The BEST QUALITY and at the PRICES. LOWEST Particular Attention Paid to Custom Work, AND ALL WORK WARRANTED. ziey REMOVAL I PD1TBV A Kill Pi?)V T f, ill ASH 1 11U I IbJ Exchange Bloo. Corner of Genesee and Watoi Streets,. East Saginaw. Is always supplied with a full stock of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FAM ILY AND SHIP SUPPLIES. WOODEN WARE CORD AGE, &e. Which will be sold at Wholesale & Retail At as low a figure as the state ef the market wll allow.' CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES Tea, Turners'. Coopers', Masons', Blacksmith!,' Ma MANXILLA IN COILS t bed conn j CLOTIIFSLINESi ; JlEMlM'ACKIXOt LATn A STAVE TWINE, LARD, ; WJIALE,' LINSEED, LUBRICATINO and , CARBON OILS. ENT'S line I.inen Shirt and Bno Cawimere i Shirt at STODDDAKD A UALLUtlv S. 17ANCV AV,a.lcn Shirts, and cassimereand Ber 1 llulinod Gloves at STODDARD A IIALLOCKS 1 ENT'SKID dt.OVES at J . 8TODDAUD A IIALLOCK o STODDARD A HAI.LOCK may do iouo.i id lief' Arcade Block, Washington Steeet. The Now Clothing Store. ,MNE Bearer Orereoats of the m-wt fashionable 4 ...r. mil ff I.' ' M : make, at siuuuauu jin..uv O ATTVkTT. 1't.ton Cloth. Seal Skin, ana an other Taricties of OversoaU. A large Stock selling rery ebeap, at timo. "I T.NTS Purnifhina? Goods. Shirts, Drawers, y Hosiery. OUves, Neck-Ties, Collars, Cra vats, at 610DUAUU A4.uwi,v o Insurance Company OF HARTFORD, CONN. HASH CAPITAL - $200,000. E. THOMAS LOBDKLL. Fen'y . mark Ilti WARD. Pres't. "VTOTICR ts hereby clren that the agency oi en the Merchant's Insurance Company I T tm. Count t. haa thla a trannferrcd to the nndnrsigned, who will hereaf ter promptly ttend to ami wnasouni Tim rnmnnnv sianua a ao. i, ...in Umrn hr referring to the staiemenioi i,. hlch occurred a few weks since; ih.i lim. Those dosirine risks taken ean do no Utter than to Insure )a this eoropnny. . II. C. iHpr, Ageai. Seat fefiaew, J one 34, IPo. Particular Attention ; I Is Intitcd to aa Excellent Assortment STOVES FOU ALL PUH POSES, Of Lato & Excellent Patterns. COOKING, PARLOR,; Great aasortmant of Aes,.Wedges, Beetle Rin : Door, Cupboard, Drawer, Chest, Trunk and Tad Looks, Butts and Screws, and Builders' Ilardwaie Generally. Harness c Coach Trlnunlne. Whiffletrecs and Ncck-Yokos. tiongs. House and Tea Beels, Force, Suction and Bucket rumps. Lead and Zino Pips. Salt-Well and Wooden Tubing. Brushes of all kinds, . Cordage, Oakum and Hemp Packing, i Kubor Packing, GarouU and Belling, Hay, Platform, Coum T Joules, Ma-jhino, Carriage, Fire and UoltS, aua tjw Ovivwe, Casting. Forged Steel and Iron work. Particu lar notiee Is hereby exienuea. TO SALT MANUFACTURERS. t -f..n. nrnnnved to cut Threads on Well Tu i.: If .. .lute Pumnsfor Salt Wells of tbe "'"-"- , . .,, . !.,. J.. IstJFaniUS in use, an ! work asually wanted a, 6Ji hoiks, win patch. All Work Will CO warraniea, To do good buslnoss and be In all respects as rerresrnted a UTThe Patronage of the Publie I respect r..ii-.M'tt. . nrass and Copper nought In ex chiinae for work, or paid for in cah at all time. Shops are situated in 3d Ward, Water street, on the Dock, East Sarinaw, Mich. vau or AU'irwi O. W. MERRILL. P.O. VJo.r 301. NEWQUARTERS. New Furniture & Upholster- Inpf Establishment, Jefferson Street, West bide, 6 Doors North of Genesee Street. T"1 I1ERPEL has remorea rrora me sienu A .n... ,inin) Iit him on WMhinirton at, to tbe hicality abore mentioned, where ne nas greatly lucrrasert his lacinues kit v.. his business, anu is uorcu u.v. -material - Reduction in Prices. MATRESSESj CUSHiONS, STOOLS, &C rturad to order. Good SEA nRAS! MA1KESSES s.dd aa kw as 17. All manner of work In the t pnowienng im won a..u promptly done, and at a lair price. FURNITURE rr -ii .i....riniWnii mitnufactuied to older or re- pnired at short notice A good aasortmcnt always vn hand. " , , . Th undersianed returns mans ior pn. m.- m. .. respectfully Invites its continuance nil mcrease. . c..i Snt. 13. 1SC5. " ! ALL OF IlFSTQUAZITTr; PAPER COLLARS! Paper Collars, a Inrj Stock, at STODDARD A HALLOCK'S --11VR Ttrn&di.lnlh I SIS and OincR V ranU.at S10DDARD A UALLOCK'S -r a vrv Cxolmera Fanta and Vests V nf Cas-intero and Black Beaver Business Frocks ana saca STODDARD Jr IIAL0CK 3 SATIN ETT COATS AND PANTS, at STODDARD A IIALLOCKS We Russia andcominbn Pipe IT. N DEBS HtRTS, Drawers and Stockings, a Cnewtsortmeot.at . STODDAKV uai.iAiviv T- BFORE nnrrhasine? anthin In ear line, XJ and look thmugh the l argest and test Stc a tewa at Stodard A Uallovk'S, uess roe Bksek. ' with at aacis'sAar rixTDRcs, READY FOR FITTING' UP AT 0WCE. i - I t t : A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT : Of ererythtng usually W be found fn any Hard wan Eetablishinenr, r asi or eat, wun mv j;n. ..i rtirlrs Incident to the business of I.nm herinjr, Salt Bring aixl ManufiM-tore, Fifbitigf i Uiiin r,i iroiitine. win niwara vm my Store, where I shall bt happy at all times to meet old cummers ami ntnr.i Past patronage graieiuuy.rnuw.cu. I Ue UWVaMve) Dast eg'aaw.Aef , I, 163 HUBS, SrOKES AND FELOE3. BLOCK TIN, SPELTER,' LEAD, Baboit MetaL SAW 8 AND FILES 0F -EVUY DESCIlirTION Comer. Tin ana encet iron varo, Incident to this line or trade. ' " ...... i T-.TOTTORS. (SRANTBbOCK, JLI W 7 , ' Vtt a ottttvt'TVYnT ct CORDIALS, &o. : AV" ' t. C.L.I.-4-1865. A.lTa ROOT.iCtr.llbl.ER, irUOLESALK 1KB BtTAIt - r r ril f LI Q1!! OH DEALERS. PORK, BEEF, Coffee, , Sugar, Molasses Syrups, Spices, Dried Fruit. Prime Quality and in' prices to suit purchasers. BEST SUGAR CURED IIAMS SIIOULl)ERS, DRIED MEAT, MEAL, FLOUR AND FORK, BUTTER, EGGS, LARD, VEGETABLES, -. FRUIT. And all kinds of ,, . COUNTRY TR0DUCE. General assortment of SH.P SUPPLIES CORDAGE, &C- ridlet, : Fretcrxei Fruili, Iieh'thes, And General Famthj Supph'et.. " a iso a compUta stock of . 1 WOODEN, WILLOW AND STONE WARE, KEROSENE OIL, &c., &c, Orders from Retailers, Lumbermen, Vessel Owners, Hotel Keepors, and others filled to any extent desired. ' - 1 ' ' ' ' Past petronage gratefully acknowledged and its continuance desired. n.243ylt GEO. C. SANBORN. East Saginaw, April 5, 1S63. LARD, FISH) - FLOUR FEED, MANUFACTURIN G, W. .r, .b. c... f.rr. !.. B.k, ' Copper. Tie and Sheet Iron Ware, mufae- tured noorder at short notice, store end oonductor pipes made and pat ep with despatob. i The eontinuerptrotiage fjtbei'pmtlsels) rolls ted. . ' . ... ; ; . . OEO M0RI.KY, , C. 11 MOHLEY, R. W. M0M.Ua. Zaet gefiaew.Ootabar 7, 186. - . Where they Uto a Fall Stock of PURE LIQUOKJS, TmH.d and Domestic Rertilled V aisky at rery Uw Figures. U.A.VROOT. A. J. aiiui-atw Eeea Saginaw, Men , i ..OATS,, , -.PRODUCE V 'i "I o :.i A ' L-. H . AND A GQOD ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES, AT FAIU ATM fOR JMl PAINTING. BTJRTT & BROTHER' Are prepared to do all manner of HOUSE, SIOH f AND ORNAMENTAIj i'aikaau, VESSEL PAINTING, ' GLAZING, GIIJ)INO, ' . TAPER HANGING, CALCAMIZINO,. i-j ...tvtl . Tiartintn to their branch of business promptly and in a manner warranted te. give satisfaction. . Past liberal patronage gracefully acknowledge ed and a eontlnnanee or me same iwr"7 solieited. ' Shop, second story Tost Office iiioea, , "- ttreet. f r Vr,:.;V Eas lajl.aWjS.pt. 11, .