Colobratlon of St.'PAtriefcs day,
' Tho Et. Patrick V Society of" East
Saginaw belj their third celebration
of St I'litritVa Jay (the 17th of March)
on Saturday last The procetision,
Vith banners and music, fortued at 0
n.cloclc A.'M.', and marched through
the priuoipal atrueta, the ineiubeii bo
ing dressed with the insignia of the
order, and evidently not afraid of pcr
eocution for "wearing of the Green."
They procoedod to the Cutliolic Church
'whore nn appropriate addrws was de
livered by Rev. Mr. Yanderheyden.
" In tho" evening a festival was held,
at the Hanqroft. House, under the di
rection of M. Jeffors, President. - The
table was elegantly nnd tastefully ar
ranged, and, tha supper got up in the
" usual ooi style which has so often
i . I-ijf i i i l" v - ! -
uone crooii 10 me uuue on sutu oiru-
'casions. The refreshments being dis
posoiof, preliminary to further pro'
, feedings, tUo fallowing letters addressed
' " to M. JelTers Esq,, President of the
Society, were read: '' '
' TAX ClTV, Esrch tftlli'lSGG. '
Dear Str:X regret thtit I cannot rei-jion-l in
person to your invitation, this mtn"it rereived.
to bo present this evening nt the festivities of
. yonr Society.
log linK rpini mm irmiPinv iriiumi iu
' hotnu in tho United Slnte. niHkc him duirt a
.larger liberty for Ibnee he h left behind in tlie
' old country, and impel liiin to strike a blow lor
' the freedom of Irultid. . '
Wlifn tbo Kmmld Ile nhnll t redeemed from
Urltrtnitt's LurJ rule.'' sle will tie de rt-r than
uvcr to all bor sons. When LleMed wkh freoilntn
aud in.ljuduue ihi will s;-iin a ran n that
"will mule tho who lore her mo't prowler of her
' than ever before. Allow me to otlor tho following
teut i merit :
redNii May her struirjjle for freedom be
vrowuod with such suece thutthe United Stutes
will hasten to acknowledge her itideixindonee,
Very repectfully, - - Jutt Binstcr.
' " ' , ' 0Ao,Ma'r(b 16th. 18G6. '
My Dear 7r--Your polite note under date of
the 16tb iuH, inviting me in lichnlf (f your soci
ety to be prrieot at their annual dinner nt the
Bancroft hoone to-morrow evening whs this mo
ment received. I most sincerely regret tht a
prcviouK eogngeincnt will prevent tho possiliility
- of my luaving home to join in the fentivitius on
' thut interesting oocasion. Please convey to tbe
' society my sincere regrets, and believe me as
'( ever your friend, Ao. Jutuu Ti r.nb.
Fust. M irch lGth, 1866.
Dear Sir. I regret that I u uuulle te se
' oit your kind invitation for to-morrow evening
' and tx) present with you at your Fuotivitl, given
iu honor o t Indund'a I 'h Iron Shii t.
At thia pinticuUr crisis in the nictory f Ire
land, a celvbriition of tho Day, ao peculiflrly iden
" tifiod ns it U with Irih nution'ilit v, licomui not
finl annrotiriute but full of Kiirniflfiince. It
lueniia that those sons of the Erurttld I-le who
Lave nindo their homes uMn our free roil have
not become unmindful of the glorious his'orv of
tbe niotber-ltinili of the pchievcincutu of her sons
.. tl. i.nt.ino nn,l im.in tho fii-l.l in eluoiipni
nnd m etry. 'or will they ! forgetful, on
this frvit day ot Dutiouiil rcitirity. nt Hint
' irc-einiiu'Ht rijcht, to whi It she i entitle nnd
of wh'uli rho bug k long und to urjutlv loen de
prived, ber ribt to a sep rat j indfpi-iident
vxixtoncc na iwerT the nuiiona of the earth. No
limn ftqiiiiiut ( with our r volut!onnry annul?
can douot tbe loyally of tbe Irish heart to liUrty
wnd frne rartitvitu ivh.
M-'mtrouiTy Lcforo hr wnHaof Qijpliec. on! a
lioct of liividruuji spirits wlio miido our caubO
their own "in tlr.it titieijnul rimgfrle of the infant
t;irs and rtripw nguiv.i the rod cniw of gt.
Uuorgo, uKonted to the world, iu a b:ipti:u of
blood, the in-eiity of their Irih f.iith.
., We COM.- to a Inter day whin the rtmHiird of
(bo rci'uUlic wrive 1 in the bIhh 'k of Imttle with
firr own ungn.teful eunsuf tbe South, nod we fin I
the Irish hmirt an I f ri--L iuucfo rallying to the
jot.t of d'lHier. Side by aido wi'h tho rmtive
bom Aiiu'riinn, IrUh jdieild r to Yankee thoul
dor, I hoy h vo given miotliir anil n liv a.itiv. tiou
t llfir f liih in our republican iit.t Vtui Uttis.
In eliKjUi-u'e the woild li.if foind no vujicrior
1 rflnn I' Uurkn. In llo driiii.ii notm more
p rli'i; tlpin her Mierid in. u pociry nono iiiore
, lnii-:il and lelocd th in li' r Mo re, nnd in piiro
wit aMiUinor low eytula ir .vioucl lovtr ,
Thei'o and a lnt of ot hern in her militury and
literary iinnalM, arc Iminortnl nainea, "not Iwrn '
t die," vhoco intiiiorioa will ever le kept frei-h
und green by an n lmirinr world freh and green
u ber own iiuiuortal shuiuroik. 1 offer ym as a
'Tho memory of Robert Knunet ; OoJ cd
the time when the tomb of the great ninrtyr to
1 rich n it lonality may be. worthily tnn -ribed, liia
character nnd motives fcnrlcnly vimlicnted, Lis
enitJipb gloriously nnd sacredly written "
Hoping that you may have a pleurnnt end
successful re-unien. I nui very reMertrully and
truly yours, CiiAittEa l. Arr.KT.
Eakt Sauinaw, March 17th, 1SCG.
Dear Sir: Your very kind letter Inviting me
to be present at the annual dinner of your society
tbi evening. Is at hand
1 regret thnt a previous engagement will oblige
me to forego tho pleasure of lietening to the
'., speeches of your countrymen, who are always el
oquent in tho sicred cuuse of relief for their
n itive land. At this time particularly may their
highest gilts be exercised The several elfoits of
Irishmen for frocdoin have always commnniled
Hdutirat ion and respect if tboy have not socured
the success they merited.
I am yours truly, II. C. Putter.
East Sacijiaw, March !7th, 18G6.
Dear Sir: Your kind invitation of the 10th
inst , requesting my presence atthennnunl din
ner of your society is received. Appreciating
' the motive whi;h prompted thia compliment, it is
with sincere regret that I announce to you my
inability to assist in celebrating the anniversary
of Ireland's Patron Saint. A previous engage
ment and sickness of a member of my family pro
Tjnti my attendance,' 1
Tendering to you, -and through you to Suint
Patricks Society my Warmest thuckp, I subscribe
ayieif, your obedient sorvaut,
', Jamt.sF. Bnowit.
EaT Saoilaw, March 17th, 13G6.
Dear Sir: I nt in receipt of your kind note
Inviting me to Attend the annual dinner of the ft
Permit ino to return m thanks to tbe society
tor the eveurtesy and to stute tHui in consequence
of sickneM in tay family I ilia.'' be nnible to at
tend. Hopin wan will have tho usual harmony
.aw J good feeding, I i jcurs respectfully, -
' JI.T. Collins.
After the readiug of these letters,
tho aentinxenta of whicli ay ere freely
Applauded, tbe following regular
toaste were road :
1. This day we celebrate.
9ttponi4 t Vr i ProsiJssA, U. crrrai,
In rw nonse to tbe toitst, I would Mate thai
.ihi o:ieiT bos no connection miiLk Xbat known
ath Fcnis ' ProtherkW It is a oeiey ot
Peace and wot of War. The dar w celebrate,
may be likeaed, to tome considerable extent, to
bt t2mi f Februery, tbe birthday of Washington.
His birth-day is oeiebraUid Uvpauae it gas to
' this cetiwtry a tleverowent, aa t a man doi amy
great in war, but great in peace; a man endowed
with all the attributes cf manhood, and who eom-
rnanded the admiration and respnet of not ly his
owa retiatrroaea Vat of tbe ciwllirsd world,
Mi e celebrate this 'lay ia commemoration, not of a
soldier or statosinan who by bis vaor or ability
has given us a Oorernnent or founded a nation.
Lut we are met to celebrate the berolam and
virtne of a simple Christian Missionary who re
deemed a nation, and drove tml by the power of
his eloquence, Paganism, and esUbfi-hed in its
Uad tbe Cbrwtiiiu religion. The mission of St.
Tatrick to Ireland was tbe roost successful of any
which history makes mentioo, In an incredible
.nana if lna ha ilA riaatDll tll Inland
and ajxmt his entire patrimony, of which he had
great abtuvJanoc, ia tbe erect iow i.f churches and
iqstitutKins of learning, and In aiding and bene
fitting Lis follow men, sad fur bis gre.it and sae
fessfuJ work ha is not only canonized in the
church, but holds the flivt place In the hearts of
all true Irishmen. H Patrick was born in Brit
tany near the end of tbe frorth ccntary, and died
at an advanced g In 492. Nearly fourteen hun
dred years have elapsed since his work was done,
and hittnemory Is still hold in grateful re ma in -bra
I havs stated that this society ksi na connec
tion with the Fenian Brotherhood, I do not .wish
to be understood that it does not sympathize with
thair movement it most heartily sympathises
fits any movement baring for Its object (ha
freedom of tbeir Ireland, and if tbe Fenians are
tho Monet to lead hsr out tf bondage say to
thorn, tiod speed. ...
2. lite President' of the United
States. ' ... ; r . ,
1). Ilanchett r)nq. of .Suginaw City
responded. "The President was in as
trying a position at any ever held by
mortal man. He was emphatically
oneof the people, self-made, self-reliant
and unquestionably honest in his
course; the position was one which all
bhould a respect. ; TheN speaker paid a
glowing tribute to the Irish people,
who, though they had fought gallantly
for liberty in other lands, had always
suffered from opprpssion upon their
native soil. In the present movement
ho hoped our President would not to
too strict in the construction of inter
national law, but would show all pos
sibla favor to Ireland. and thoao labor
ing for her regeneration.
3. Tho Union and the Constitu
tion. , ; " ';.
Reiponded by Hon. Win. M. Fon
ton of Flint. Mr. F. briefly reviewed
the history -of the nation, alluding
exullingly, io the fact '.that after an
existence of 90 years, during . which
timo it has met and surmounted every
difficulty, including the recent wlckod
rebellion amon its pwnsubjects, it
yet stands a proud monument of the
wisdom ami patriotism of its founders,
a home nnd refuge for the' oppressod
of all lauds, as ho hoped it might
stand forever,.! and soon be able to
welcome the Irish Republic as tne
youngest and fairest among the sister
hood of nations.
4. Ireland, her past, presont, and
- Responded by the Hon, John Moore,
of Saginaw City Mr. Moore was as
usual most happy inhis allusions, and
having wrought the guests ' into the
best of humor, spoke for a few mo-
monts to the sentiment, proposed in
a feeling earnest manner, which elic
ited the closest attention.
5 ' The Governor of Michigan.
Responded by P. Joslin, Esq.
C. The City of Saginaw. r -Responded
by Aid. M. II. Allardt.
7. The poetry of Ireland.
Responded to by E. Weeks,, Esq.,
of Mt. Clemens.': K . . ; v
Mr. W. spoke eloquently not alono
of Irish poetry but of Irish character
and the distinctness which proves her
people as entitled by all the elements
of power nnd marked .identity to a
separate and independent national ex
istence. His remarks ' wero 'enthusi-
8. The Army and Navy of tho
United States. r M
Responded to by Col. Win. M'Fen-J
ton, of Flint. . ..
I). Tho Saginaw Valley.
Responded to by lion. D. II.
Jerome, of Saginaw City.
10. The Press.
1). llant hett, Esq., offered tho fol
lowing sentiment, which was received
As 'Mobn Brown's soul Is marching on," so
may lh soul of Robert Emmet be marching on"
until Ireland ia free, and John Jiullinall be first
M bipd, then j urtluned, and then reconitructtd.
J. M Luther, Esq., offered the following t
"Ireland's patron saint,
The memory of his virtues -la
uiakiug John Bull faint." , '
Ecverul other volunteer toasts were given and
greutel with applause) among them "Poland,"
by M. II. Allardt; 'our Host," and "The daugh
ters, wvics and sisters of the Sons of St. Patrick,
without them there Is no hope for Ireland or the
The speeches were generally of a very fraternal
and social character; and although any direct
connection witb. tbe reniuns was disclaimed
nearly ell the speakers' referred to the wrongs of
Ireland and the hope ol her liberation from the
British yoke. . ' . . '
-, (M i .
PunsoxAL. We learn that W. Q.
Matkrill n distinguished Fenian loader
from Canada has been in our city a
few days on business connected with
the interests of tho order. What will
come of it we. are by no' mcams able
to state. Lnterprtte, Tutiday.
Mr. M. left on Wednesday for Lon
don, C. W. He expressed himself aa
delighted with tho Saginaw country
and particularly grateful for hospital
ities hero received.
Thk Storm. On Tuesday evening
last tbis locality was tisited by a most
singular and. terrifio storm, accompa
nied by sharp and vivid lightning, and
a tremend ous fall of fine hail which
covered the ground to tho depth of
several inches. There were no dark
"Banners of vengeance unfurled,"
It was light as day, almost, overheady
ami tho earth was soon covered with a
carpev of pearly whitness , while be
tween, the flashes of lightning, fre
quent and painfully brilliant, accom
panied by the crash of the heaviest,
fiercest thunder, conspired to render
the scene one of fearful granduer and
sublimity. The "oldest inhabitant"
never saw such a storm At thissoason
of the year under such peculiar cir
cumstances, and we doubt if any
who witnessed it at the bight of its
blinding intensity will ever outgrow
the startling impression of that most
wonderful exhibition. Soveral build
ings within the limits of the city were
struck, fortunately, however, no per"
sons were injurod and the damage to
property was slight
Kiw Gooos. A choice lot of Blue
Papers, light and heavy j English
Toy Books and lots of little elegan
ciea in the Stationery line, at O. Fred,
JjwW ZS'ew Store,1 Bliss Block.
ara Indobtei to the EnttrprUt for a
eonsiJeraeW portion of out repor on ttM Qelubro
tkq oCSt jPttrijk't aay.for trh'fch Hewitt j uke
due aAnowTeJgine'uC" Tbe'olseMancffi through
out were creditable and appropriate; the dinner at
the Bancroft Konae one of the finest demonstra
tions of the kind it has ever been our good for
tune to attend. Too much credit cannot bo
awarded to M. Jirrtas, Esq., President of the
St. Patrick's Society fp hit aJjutralle manage,
ment on that oocasion.
Fibi.- Last Sunday afternoon, be
tween five and six o'clock, the house
of Mr. A. IJ. Bloomer, on Warren
atrect, near the railroad station, was
discovered to bo( on.fifethellimea
bursting out front the roo.f, near which
the fire caught, it is said; from a 'de
fective flue. Py the time tho-engiftes
got well to playing, the flames were
too far under way to be easily checked.
But a mere shell of the building was
left; furniture, fixtures &c, mostly
savod. tr-J.. -----
Fibe. During tho terrifio thunder
storm of Tuesday night last, the chim- j
ney to the office of Messrs. C. & E.
Ten Eyck near their stave and shingle
mill, .Water street, was struck by light
ning communicating fire to the interi
or of tho building. Luckily .several
parties wero in the vicinity who suc
ceeded with the aid of pails in stop
ping the progress of the flames., Loss
"T 1 1 . '-
F. & P. M. Railwat Change or
TiME.On Monday 2Cth inst., the Mail
for Detroit will leave at 10:50 A. M.
(instead of 10:15,) arriving tho same
timo oa at ;prosent; in DetroiL -Tho
Mail from Detroit will leave 12:30 P.
M. as heretofore, arriving at East
Saginaw at 5:20 IVM., (instead of
5:45.) The freight and accommoda
tion train will arrive at 11:40 A. M.
and leave at 2:10 P. M., going through
to Detroit as ai present.
The Fatorjtb Co&xebT, The Sagi
naw City Herald thus notices of the
improvents of Livingston & Co., at tho
favoiite corner, Buena Vista Block:
Livixgstox & Co. Wo notice that
Mr. Jl: J. Tappen is 1 associated with
J. R. Livingston in the Dry Goods
trado, they are locatod on the Corner
of Genesee and Water Sts., East Sag
inaw, where they have not only a
depot for Foreign and Dothostio Dry
Goods but also lor the bagmaw City
Railway. To accomodate their nu
merous customers and the passengers
of the Street Railway and tojirovidw
room to display their largely increased
stock they havo' ju'st enlarged their
store 25 deeper than it was befere.
We are requestodto state that these
gentleman do not consider it any in
convenience . to have the ladies seat
themselves in their storo, while they
aro waiting fur the cars and that to
enable them to pass the time agree
ably they will willingly oxhibit their
stock. - r; 1 '"" v
Book op Common Pkatfr, in clear
und Lcautiful print, liu.ia, I'lciiblo and othof
ttj!es of binding, a Tiry choice se'cition, at the
New tutiuDerv ftore, 13 lias Dock.
U. Fni:n. Lewis.
Bibles of peculiarly neat, desirablo
and servioable stales, at tbe New Stationery
Stored Bliss Clotk. :
YOST'S HAIR RESTORATIVE!
It is of no use to attempt to conceal
the fact that Yost's Hits RrsToiMTivic is the
best thing for the human hair yet presented to
the public. Taking precedence of all other
prepcrutions, it cloans the scalp, eools the head,
nd restores the hair to its critical color, . It pro
duces a fine glossy softness,' prevents its falling
out, and restores it where it has fallen eut. Ladies
can find nothing equal to it. At a hair dressing
it Is truly wonderfal in all Its properties.
Manufactured by C. L. Ymt A Co,' Ypsilantl,
Mich., and sold in this City by A. A. Dcbk, Esq
W. I. HOWARD & BR0;,
HAVING re-openodin Ka-hVr Block, Wash
ington Street, respectfully invite tbe pat
ronise of former customers as well as BcW'onea,
believing they can make the. Arrangement work
to the advantage of those who favor them with
their trade. . ' ' '
.; . :.
A full stock of everything in the line of
SUGAR and all manner of Family Sopplies and
W. I. HOWARD HRQ.
East Saginaw, Feb. C. 1866. n340
AND MARKET FOR
CAME ANb FISH.
Wn-.tilngton, Strcrt, - Sontlt of
EAST SAGINAW. MICH
Serves up at all hours and in the best of style,
GAME, OYSTERS, MEATS of all kind, FISH,
and all requisite vegetables, accompaniments,
relishes and fluids, for a reasonable consideration.
GAME ITa F'ISH-
The only reliable Market In tbe city for tbe
best quality of Lake and River Fish, and all
kinds of Game in Feason.
W t er Safe hf Iks K j e GHU
T & SHOE STORE
&sWeVERETT BLOCK, ,JrS
evCl " " 1 ' " js -j
v-7s.xV Genosoo Street. JfK, CVV yr
The Business will W '
Carried on by the Firm of
)n by t
A Complete Assortment
Boclts, Shoes and all goods
in the line, for the
Hlf': GOODS SOLD AT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
As low as ait any legitimate House
in the "West.
BROWN, HALL & JAMES
LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE,
; ' i . ;. : - akd ; .
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
T.W.James, J Lt aglua.
GIVEN TO THE
PAYMENT OF TAXES,
PROCVW ABSTHACTi OF! TITLE,
Fire and Marino Companies represented I
North America, of Philadelphia,
: 1 ' Continental,
Narragansott, of Providonce,
CONNECTICUT, OF HARTFORD,
' . ,
LUMBERMMI S, OF CHICAGO.
LIFE CO .TITAN ITS:
The Old Connecticut Mutual,
Equitable, of New York,
M2W tfOfck ACCIDENTAL,
Travelers' Insurance Company
4f rrovldcncr U. I,
a - DDDDMCS
L C. STORRS 4 CO
: SUCCESSORS TO
C. JE. ROSENBURY & Go.
- Wholesale and Hetail dealers in
Whioh they offer to the trade at the lowest mar
We would call the attention of
TO OUR STOCK OF
FLOUR COD FISH,
PORK, .. - SUGAR,
BUTTER, COFFEE, ;
, EGOS, SPICES,
As "3 so to our fine assortment of
Natural Preserved reaches, Pin Apples,
' ' rickled Lobsters; Oystere; Clams;
Cucumber Pickles; French
Mustard; Prunes In
CURRANTS, RAISINS, FIGS, io., Ac.
t . . , AND TO OUR
IIouNchold Implrmcnte or nil kind", nnd
the mst beantll'ol patterns of
... i . . ,
Rope & Twine, Paints & Oils,
. . -.
JIEMP PACKIKfl j
LATH A STAVE TWINE,
CARDON OILS. ,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS In all
DRESSED LUMBER, DOORS, PAS II, BLINDS
MOCLDINdS, WINDOW FRAMES, Act
, Shop on Ilnyilifi S(ret, tftnf Waiifiington, at
Ike jirsmiM Infelr occupietl by Feige Bros. A Co.
N. Particular attention ami guaranteed
sstiffurtion s;iTn ia the elocution of all kinds of
Flainicf and Sawing. t332-3m.
CHAS H. SMITH & CO.
Wbolesalo and Retail Dealers in
The largest and best Assortment in
this vicinity at thoir
STORE IN EMPIRE
- BLOCK, ,
South Water Street.
A general Assortment of
And 1 -
CALF, KID AND
From tho host Manufacturers.
MEN'S, BOYS1 and
GALF BOOTS !
18 inch Leg) and.
Double Sole and
Rafting Boots, Kip
;' and Grained
- Leather j
BulHUo Over Shoes
Felt Over Shocs
Artie Over Shoes,
i Boot Pacs, &c.
Our Men's Boys' and Youths'
KIP I CALF BOOTS
Are of our own manufacture and
Com hero and buy your .
BOOTS & SHOES!
Tho best in stylo and quality in the
CIIAS. II SMITH. & Co.
Manufactory at Linghamtonj N. Y.
) Vi V -.1 s. 1 .'. - ,
Q. W. WESLEY, PROPRIETOR, EAST
M. O. SMITn.'PnOPniETOR. EAST
iii a it' 'A ' i ir jt: '.'it .i ; -7 l .fi'Ti't iT. ' vitvo'-T ' . rfcc a.
U,. . 31 ' ST ii "OV ' M i t .. rii-HTrT. .. . '. ...... j.f ( v. V i. j :Vf '..1
' ,' -y r7sw-r --- r. - 1 - aiBWT .jri."r-. " f
B6una Vista Block, Genesee St., Union Block, Water St.
' ' . :'''..
, '. . .- ; t - ,
Being; determined to sustain the great eefebrit
attHelA)TTi.3i riUtti(, wtli pner as
v ' r N. ,.' - '
TEA SETS, ' ;
Tea and Coffee Pots, ' .
Ivory handled Tabic Cutlery, Family
WE V0ULD CALL SPECIAL
BUILDERS' HARDWARE, & STOVES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
POIi KITCHEN, SITTING IiOOM,
We Manufactare large! fur WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE, erer desor'ptieh ef
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
Water Coolers, Filters, &c.
EVERY BODY SHOULD CALL AT
SHAW, REYNOLDS & CO'S
Mammotli --iware Store, and House Keepers' Emporium.
Aliittndsdf JOD WORkin tin Copper Sheet Iron and Steam "I Has Fitting done on shert
notice. 209 1
E. A.' HOUGH,
Fine Family Groceries
have "YJ"! ou 1
' Stand formerly occupied hj J. R- Hoyi.
At wholesale to any extent desired; also by the
Keg or Cun.
I UJT? iiosii
Fruits, Fresh and Canned, Hermetically foaled
, - Ooods.
And all manner ot FAMILY SLTPLIES.
LCS, IE& 1 A N D
BEST. BIGGEST AND FATTEST
OYSTER IN THE MARKET.
oPTK'Lt CT O
O Y uZZJ TERS?
1V3I. STRAIIUKG, lroprletor. '
NO. 25 BATES STREET, .
Between Woodtiridge and AtwaU-r Streets,
Two BlmKi from the Petrel iul MilwukK
H4 3 2. '
. . . . . . .,-
or siirajri having the GREATEST NOVELTIES
tue result or thoir recsnt purchases,
cf Silrer Plated . . .
... '. ' ' ' '. -
' : ' '; :y:
Goods, of .every
ATTENTION 'fO OtJK LAfcQE AS
rARLOR, OFFICF, STORE OR
AIKIN &. STlNSOPi
Would call the attention of Hotel nnd !I tio
keeper?. Country Merchnnts, 1 nnd In f;ci
everybody to their flue assortment of
French and Ntone .China Good
Which wore !oujlit nt the Lowest IMco In (3ol J
which they offer tosell at correriiondiiig low rates.
We keep constantly on hand
TEA TRAYS, ' . ..
FANCY TOllET SK'r3
;nch:na, pafiian, lava AuD boke
KEROSENE LAMPS' AV LAN
TERNS, S1ZE AND nALI
LlOiriS AND CHAN.
And many other ancles not mentioned. it&i
''antloftue eiwuntml Ut the oouvvnitiuc ui guod
CT Uwu't tail to give thrm a sen.
AlKl A SXLK49.
East Shfilntw, UiUiiki),
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