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TtiO Bights of Married Women.
The 8uprome Court of this Bute, at its last session, mado an important decision on the subject of the rights of carried women. The Court held iat a dcod from a man to hU wife was legal and valid, and that under our constitution and laws there is no necessity for the intervention of trus tees. The opinion of the Court was de livered by the Hon. J. V. Campbell, and is very able and conclusive. lie first alludes to the disabilities of the .wife at common law, under which, immediately upon marriage, she ceases to control either her actions or her property. Her husband was entitled to enjoy the possession of her lauds, t became owner of her poods and per ' RonaL estate, and could olono sue fur Ler demands, 'lho wife could neither possess nor manage property in her own right, could make no contract of a personal naturo which could bind i her, and could bring no suits in Jior , name. In short, under the common t 1 i 11 il 1 1. 1 tun, Buc luou uii uiu iiiiiucuu attaching to a person acting in her own right. The first innovation or change of tho common law on tho rights of mar ried women occurred at the session of the Legislature in 1841, wherein it was enacted "that any estate, real or personal, which may . have been ac ouired by any female beforo her rr.ur- uuu, vim.-! mi will jn i suuui in dustry or by inheritance, gift, grant or doviso, or to which sho may at any time horeafter be entitled by inheri tance, gift, grant or devise, and tho rents, issues, profits and incomo there of, shall bo and continue the real and personal estate of such female alter marriage to tho same extent as beforo marriage, and nono of said property shall bo liable tor her husband s Uetts or engagements, but sueli projerty shall be liublo for all tho debts of tho wife contracted prior to tho maniugo. 1 This was a radical change cf the common law, and alter seven years of exporience of the practical etlV-ct of such n law the convention then in session to roviso tho Constitution in serted the following section iu avticlo sixteen : " The real and personal estate of every female acquired before marriage, and all property to which 6he may afterwards becomo entitled by gilt, grant, inheritance or doviso, shall be and remain tho estate and property of 6uch female, and shall not bo liable for the debts, obligations or engagements of her husband, and may be dovisod and bequeathed by her us if sho wcro unmarried." - This provision in tho Constitution was followed by a 6tatuto to carry it into full effect, in which it is declared that a marriod woman shall havo the right to enjoy, control, sell, transfer, mortgage, couvey, devise or bequeath her property in this same manner and with like eil'ect as if 6ho were unmar rried." Notwithstanding the Consti tution and laws, it has generally boon the opinion of the legal profession that tho husband and wilo could not con tract with each other, and henco it was .hold in the Circuit Court, in the caso under review by tho Supremo Court, that a deed mado by tho husband directly to the wife was void. This decision of the court below was ro vorsed, and thus is swept away forever the last vestige of this old common law. Thcro wero not a few persons who apprehended great danger in fchanfrincr tho common law. but the "experience of over twenty years in Michigan proves that it was wi.so to alter tho law and place tho property of the wife under her own control. Detroit Free Press. ' Trecactio Aa.MNKT Cunt.viu Pr. Snyre, resideot jih Vficliin of New York, hiis forwiirdud to th Committee on Comi'mrcs of tho 1". 8. den ote piling nnJ infoi million to be unci in I ho prep aration of a bill lor securing a general jjuiirreiitine 'gainst tba Invasion ot tho cholera. IT iunriuion of Quebec, has prepared n plan, which the lieulitt authorities hevo adopted, lor the protection of New York, nnJ which bus al l-ct'ti laid before the Senate Committee. It is foun lel on the principle that AsiiUie cholera in a portable, on trolliiblo onj communicable diMcaso, and like the blague way be triinsmittod nnd communicated Loth by persons and effects. 1 he basis of tho plan is the enforcement f absolute non-inle r loursa of persons who have cholera, or who have ieen expoied to it, for ft short period, nnl a thor ough disinfection of personal effects. 1 hi i to te MBcnrnil l,v th natiiMiiihinunt of new and thor ough quarantine regulation. It in stated I hut the cholera ttion, if the Government nml Stale Authorities approve of the plan, will be situated , at Sand Ilook. . Cnoi.rnA at Ki.r Wmt, Fi-onm The fol lowicg ii nn extrsrl from a private Idler fiomi n officer in the nimy, dated New Orleans, Alurvh 13, 1SC6. "Official news that the cholera lias lnkcn o'H at Key Wert hm reached us AsxiMniit Surg o i Taylor end sixteen men lire down with it i strict qnareiitine in established below New Or , lenns, and vessels from linvrtiui :ml Key Wett are sai jeei 10 iwemy-oue wits qnii rerun The eMi!ence is lowly but .only nppioach , lag. Having already lent tied the main land of our Southern o ii!t fio n the West InJi.s, weu.sv soon expect its profit- noithwurd L t the jo pie of our cities and towns prepiim for it. . A Good Frrru:n Home twenty years sip a man named Stuimrd drove singe be' ween Wind bam nnd Norwich, taking dinner nn bin return , at the llnifway House One morning he carried a turkey, which he sold to the landlord for a dol lar and a quarter. On his way back he stopd to dinner us usual, and found tho same turkey, stuffed and roarted, served up in goo I style wiih . the usual trimmings.' Jlente the whole turkey ad all lho fixings, drank five or six glswcs of ei der, and paid but thirty-seven unc' a hslf cents for his dinner. Stnnard lid he always wondered bow tbey could make money keeping Uvcrn. FmonTr.srD to Death The Salem (Ohio) Adrotatt tells a sad story of a young lady being frightened to death under the following circum stances : Two young ladies living alone wero preparing te retire, wnon some one rapped at the door, and on enquiring who knocked and receiving no an swer, one of the ladies started son j the floor to an adjoining room, and dropped dead from sheer fright. A His brought a shriek from the remain ing lady as she ran to her sister's assistance Just then the door opened, and in rushed the brother of the two sifter, who had been mourned for as doad for nearly three years. He stated that he inlendod a nice surprise for his sisters by Dot making himself known nnt.l after ther bad admitted him. ami Judge of his grief when he learned that Ills surprise had resuUod la the death af one of bis Moved sisters. Do'TFrrx at Hour without it. The editor of the Golden iira, a Sun Francisco pn per, recent ly attended the seancs ol Mrs. Ada lloyt Foie. a spiniuai ineuium. ani alter giving his experi ence, concludes ns follows i "Spirit n il isin is a Tery consoling doctrine, end relieves one of a irreat amount of anxielr reirardiiiir bin fdtura welfare. We were at one lime faro Tn bl lirmral with it, but we liN-k faith, and have cue udo I to iaii iircr on the ol.i doctrine or hell an I eiernnl -damnntioa, which pr-Judioe and early ednuation ' kave rendered a neueMity to ui. We dou'l feel i aouio wunoui lb JT3TA boy with ragged trousers And rimless. chip hat, runs Into Dr. WilUrd's store with a dipper in his riandi "Doctor, mother sont me down' to tho shoteonry pop quiclter'n blaies, ooa bub's nick ns the dickens with the pippon chojc, and sho wants ft thimblefull of pollygoi io in this dip ' per, coz he hadn't got a bottle Imndy and the kint pun's got the bine wittors . fa v. vjrv mujf i Valuable Intelligence ! GOLU WORTH READIIIG! CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS, , ; . CAPS and FURNISHING GOODS. PIONEER CLOTHING STORE ' RTTTTA ni7 P W TO ORDER i rBAWKO.wiLKia, lV71,vJ VV! Manufacturer It Oealor in ( . 'v'lr II ' Vill Ckthing.Clolhs.Cassimeres V;:'Q j VE8TINQ8, W 'I -fl 'trfc.f 'vlj . .. . hi t.. Il'fll i i.Vi. i. (4 V. i. - 1 ' l as. i t-i i ' '-H l.tt v KV w ifll V AWr Mll!!l I C' t-t A. . V'r .Vi 1 !' . A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF- mm & EASIIIOMBLE GOOJDS ' 'JTST RECEIVED.: n mn imn jo hw 1 1ST E 1ST ID LESS BOOTS AND ....SHOES Of every, description, WEAVER & FASHIONABLE ' BOOT ATTD SHOE EMPORIUM, .i Irving Block, NEW STOCK, LOW PRICES, SUPERIOR QUALITY, LATEST STYLES. mmm A Full and Complete Assotinent of Coarse and, Fine Work, and every variety of Fashionable Goods FOR Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, Young Men, Youths and Children. WE 6AfflOT::BE UNDERSOLD ! HATS and CAPS, , FURNISIIING GOODS, ' ; Furs, Fixtures and General Paraphernalia FOR EVEBYBODY. irZZi'ZJj ?cggi3r.?. : :iriLKix& res'rrs In HAT3,0AP3 AND FURS, ilent't Fttmlahinj Onnilt, ic, I EA.3r3A.aiAW, MICH. An Ample OF- Soft Wool, Cloth, Felt and Canvass OF NEW AND ELE Q-ANT STYLES. CapSjIJosiei y, Under CIotiiing,NTcck Ties, Scarfs, Collars; Wristbands, Um brellas, Valices and all manner of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Robes, Blankets and General S.upply of Fur Goods in season. ; 1 LATEST STYLE tcS EXPERIENCED ' ; 7 nVUJUvJUItiiN. 'tu. uw:i DJinnnntTTwn nnnnn mmmm ijuuijo VARIETY. style nnd quu!ity, nt WILKIN'S East Saginaw. VVEA.VER Si WILKIN, Wliuk-SHlo A lU tall Duulrrs In B3DT5 & SHOES AiiJ fl'l b oIh imhilr Hu - SILK HATS 17'. iS ....... 1 1 fV . "Ado to Pnler In Tit $7 Si w Lal6Sl blV16s mack, .: fts PERFECT FIT I mured by use of' Confomatuers Assortment BUCKIIOUT'S COLUf.UJ., On 3E5EancL FOE 1UI "WINTER TRADE PB. BUCKHOUT. , AT HIS NEW STAND, Saginaw Block, NORTH WATER ST Has rocclrrd tllstFnll nn fnusuallj l&rgt m , - ofl uient of . , . . HARD "W -A. TIE , Stores, Iron, Steel, NAILS, CUTLERY, GLAS3, r'AXES OF ALL KINDS, ' CAin.r chains miia. saws Cross-Cut Saws; BUTCIIKR'S MILL SAW FILES Rub ber and . Leather Jtelt ing, (Shmels, lis, - -Sfndfn, Ksrminir Imjile- flits. jNmnni U'srf , Piiks llrs, f'nnip F.i(Dl'in nts, I run Ketllfs. llnti-tii-ts. Krjlnjr I'm ns, Milter rimins, ViNnlcn Wars, Imn nnd Stvrl of. nil kindi for I'Iim kiiilllilnir. IhiIu, Nuts, Screws, Tiu-k s.N nils, FHos. l!nF,lli.rtr-ShM l;i Plrel Sj'tinvs, mivI Slit-II .wkf ins fur liujfipf nn Wnsj nii H.r llinrs ( II ingrs, fiiul I mm, Chains, 1 nil's CIihiiis, CiirrH'ntcrs' . Tools, ((imrf, 1 i)Wfl, lluck 'I j Jus. l'ittdi Forks, and other Farminir TmIs, 1'iM-kot Knivrs.Tnlile Kuivas r sn i Finks, r!i f ' , . sors, Sti- i sors, 4c, All kinds nf dun Fixing, Pittcnt Wsds, Corpc Flunks, Shot poiichcP, 'erPuiiott fMjw, and ? Uulli-t Moul.ls, Hors Curls, fljrss . Uruxlics. U'rn'hcs,Shu Kuivvs, Cooi- ers' , Tools, Uii nk 5hrnrs, Tailors' henrs, . Buttonhole CutUrs, tvcrjlbiviC- SHELF HARDWAREj SAWS, . CAF.PFNTKR' TOOLS, Cl'TLF.TlY, r IH!t TlttMMINUS, ClJltlVS, vf ALL B.ir.S, U. JIIAIVITFAC'T.UIIIIVG COPPEB, ?TIXT, ; AND SHEET IRON WARE, OF ALL KINDS, Munafiirturtd to order, of the hett material, and io a workmanlike manner. . Stoves put up, Pipe filled, Ea ve Troughs and Water Conductors made und put up, n- niring prompt l,f attended to Kerosene Lamps mnde, or fitted with Hunters ami Chimnevs; Cntiiping I tonsils made in any desired style, I.uuil.niuvn fitted eut with all es sential articles fur Culinary Purposes in the wuodc Zinu ISoiirds lor stoves made to order, aud everything required iu this branch of uechunica busiuess doue promptly and veil. A Compete Assortment of everything usually called tor in the line of Tin Ware, always on hand. Also, - "'" " bbect Iron and Copper ware. -A. FULL BTOCIC OF :!-, -Ji ,!', . I5RAFS " KF.TTLES, POUCKLAIX . KLTTLK,.? PIIESEKVE CA8, , TEA AMD COFFEE . ' BREAD BOXES, ' AND OKNERAL PAN TRY. , " "" " v . FIXIURE3. - - r. t.t Particular Attention Is Invited to aa Excellent Assortment ol STORES Fon all ruiirosr.s, ! , , .... " T', " Of Lato & Excellent Patterns. COOKING, PARLOR, "'" ALL OF BEST QUALITY! ' Russia and common Pipe , 1 WITH ALL VECCSIAir riZTCRBI, : t ; ! READY FOR FITTING UP AT ONCE: A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT; Of everything usually to le found in any U&rd wart EstxtiliWimeiif, Fast or M'cf, with lh ad dition ol articles incident to the business of Luin; rx-ring, Salt Itoring and 'Manufacture, Fishingi Ilui'tmg and Trapping, will always be found at my Store, where shall be happy as all timet to meet old ruitomer ami now. . Past pHtrouag fratefully acknowledged j Tl H. Bl'CKUU'T. , J5m1 fnlBtw,A, I, lf HEW; CLOTfflKGj ST ORB ! r - .. r ; - THE EMPIRE ,V..'Xi'l V iil ' -A licks' Arcade Block .WASHINGTON ST. EAST SAGINAW. Are now displaying less than $500,000 wor.Tii OF- LiTHil II Evl Dwfore purtbusing elsewhere come and look LUrouge their :,i.hi-'r (. ".!; i IMMENSB STOCK. .!J.T t'l Furnishing Goods ! FURN1RK1NG GOODS ! ! (1 EM'S line Linen Shirts and fine Cnimere X Shirts 1 STODDDAKD A JIALLUCK's)., ii.r?-.T..-:-iii j j.; - lT :'...:.. j-i IAKCY AVoolcn Shirts, and eassimere and Dcr ' lln lined tiluves at r r . ' STODDARD A II ALLOC liS CENT'SKID GLOVES at : I ' STODDAUD4 IIALLOCK'3 STODDARD 4V JIAT.L0CK may bo found In lies' Areade Illovk, Washington Stoeet. The Kew Clothing Store. -"u7" - "'A.1 .. - I.INE Beaver Overcoats of the most fashionable T make, at STODDARD A IIALLOCK'8 "".'it fv'I!v ' U.' ' itTTl-iV Sa'tIX tTT, Fnlon Cloth", Seal Skin. in 1 all other varieties of OversonU A large stock selltpg very cheep, at . - !.-- STODDARD k HALLOCK'S CI EXT'S FurnUhing Goods, SUtrts, Drawers, T. Hosiery, thvos, Neck-Tlas, Collar, Cm Vats, at STODDARD A HALLOCK'S PAPER COLLARS! Taper Collars." large Mock, at 'STODDARD A HALLOCK'S F 1NE liroadclofti Coots and Black Canrimere I'st.ts, st S10DDARD A HALLOCK'd . . . - n 1?AXCT Casslmere Tants and Vrste. Also fan ry Css'imere and Llutki Doave; Duipcsi Wrecks and Sack Coats at ' ' . h i 6T0DDARD J-IIALOCK'S ' SATINETT CrtAta AND TANTS. at ' "T STODDARD A 1IALL0CKS TTNDER?flIRTS, rraVer aHl FtocVings, a LJ Cut assortment, at STODDARD A IIALL0CK'9 BEFORE purchasing anylhtng In our tins, go and look through the Lnrgest and RestSt'h k in town at Stodard A lUllock's, lies Arcade - ; J . - FRIZELLP BROTHERS WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS ;:..v; . " :!mz -jISTX) HESS BLOCK, OrrOSITE BANCROFT HOUSE, WAREHOUSE io. 49 Kclilcr Bloclce WASHINGTON AVENUE, East Sagfnaw, MICH. i e e o -George W. Merrill, riiorrjETOR of the East fJaginaw Foundry AND MACHINE SHOP, Announces to the public that the establishment is tetter than ever t-efora prepared to meet the wants of increasing business the aJition of a LASGE IP.ON PLAINING MACHINE The longest and nearest in this part of the State and a 3ST 33 W Xj -Ay 1? Expressly "uilt for cutting Threads on Salt Tu bing and some other sxlitiona to machinery makes the shops well supplied with good Tools :.nl prepared to execute iromptty aM orders for 8aw Mill and Crist Mill Irons, 1'loughs, Potash Cauldron nd Sugur LIttUesrDoxtyv, Slolgh SUoes and And-! reus, Brass Boxes and Composition Casting. Forged Steel and Iron work. Particu lar notice is hereby extended. , ... . - y . , - - -. - . TO SALT MANUFACTURERS. I am fully prepared to cat Threads on Well Tu bing, mnnufiu-tute Pumps for Salt Weils of the Dest Samples in use, and do all kinds of iron work usually wanted at Salt Works with dis patch. ' ' r All Work Will Be Warranted, To' do good business and be in all rer pecU as represented TSrThe Patronage of the Public Is respect fully eolVitcd. Urass and Copper bought in ex changeafor work, or paid for in rash nt all tunes. Shops are situated In 3d Ward, Water street, on the Dock, EastS Jtrinaw, MUh. , , , Call or Addrcsa G.W.MERRILL. t - - - : - P. 0. Jlox 301. HEADQUARTERS I New and Extensive Stock, of Wines LIQUORS, CORDIALS, &c. ' C. L. I.-4-18G5,' A. 1 T. ROOT & MIDLER, WUOtWLE A5D RETAIL LIQTJ OR DEALERS. Now occupy . the Corner f tore Burt's Blick, hasjt laUooU'tig A llawklDi': WarebaCTd.' ?, Where they hare ft Full Stock of PURE LIQUORS, Imported and DomcMle. Rertlflod Whisky It very Low Figures. ' ., A. M, ROOT. A.J. HIDIER. tmk leglnaw, Hare 28, 13C6. 0343. CHEMISTS, MILLirJEESY. ; . .!!. -. ' r A Superb ad, I'asblouabU Stock or WILLitiilli Y GOODS, BONNETS, ' ' . : : illATS trG.j AT MY MILLINERY EMPORIUM, Washington 6rreet, opposite Bancroft ' ' llonso, East'Bagiiiaw.'. i -;: , '. ., I) : :'-U ... 'i CLOAKS & CLOAK MAKING, T hove also added to' my extensive assortment of Hats, Millinery OochU soil t'lot.ks.. a' vast aii.oufftof ZEI-MYK WORSTED. Double. Enar- lih uTi.f Split. : I klso b ive. sj,. 'great; Vsriety ff SILK KIlir.U.Nii. and all kiuds of iHtSa TRIMMINGS.,., . , . v '""AijS'O a'6est for u 'ROVER &; BAKER'S .' CELEBRATED SEWINO MACHINES. : Call and see theui. ' ' , ,. , ; MRS. E. 0 HAMMOND. East Saginaw, Oct. 21, lSfS. ' .CALXj AT ' BLISSjJANEi'CO.,; WCLESAL ik EETAIIi ' ESTABLISHHENT, ' And "Eianiine ' their New Stcok'of WINTERQ-0 Q&S, Which thej are Recoiving E-ery day by Expres and. Otherwise, .. ; OUR, SnEETINOS;' SIHRTDsGS, TICKS and DENIMS . , , . Are Lower than can be bought in or out of Detroit. Dried and Canned Fruiu, NUTS, FISH. PORK OIL, SYKIT.S, and a large Assortment of CROCKERY. WHOLESALE RETAIL; JOBBING HOUSE AND ' RETAIL STORE COMMERCIAL BLOCK. Foot of Gtntitt Street, . PILED FULL OF GOODS FOR THE . '65. SUIdDIER TRADE. '6J. .' BLISS, JANES Si CO., , ' jr- ". ' L . U Dw fall J.T' j STOCK OF WEW GOODS For Wholusalo and.Reiail Trade, consisting Staple d Domestic Dry Goods . ' . r ' : ... . ; AND , ,. . . i . ..... Dress Goods I H" ' Il ' i ' 1 OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Hedy-Made Clothing, FURNISHING GOODS, Boots', and shoes hat$ and cap GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, Among which may be fmd TEAS. PORK. .. , '. COFFEE. , FISH,' ' : St'rtARS, SALT, 'SYRUPS, RLTTER. rvl FRL'IIS, . ... , , LARD,. . ' ' CIIETISE. ' " ' SOAPS. , and a great variety of oitur aiiMile Alse ' l. ! .i ' i ' i i. . i:l. : r : A General MUctltaneom 'A tsortnient ... . . . . ' : .'. ' ! ; i 1 1 Of almott every variety of .. :.. ';!.. ;. i . . .ill.. '.:U.;.-.. i :t ! . -I r,,': f.i. . , :., - .. 1 ' REQUIRED IN THJS MARKET, ' : .' ' ! . ' , '.',' ; " :,. I . AND AIL PJew; and Fresh ' esstsisMssiasMssasM ' f Particular Attention is Called Toonr stwkof TEAS&SUGAK, ' V"e have an eicelfcnt npHT l1"' mtlrlre and can afford to still at such rates thnt we have no fear of cotapetition.' ' Also, iu the .Uae ol v . . .' ': ;nr Boots and Shoes, " . .. , . . r . . ... ;. .t: We are fully stocked wlih go of astt-ra rniinufuct ure. nnd exieMcnt Yunlitr, Tor sill ages and conditions of people, all bought,' at a very low flgureoT nnsh, nn. will he sold corresponds ingly how. Also a general assortment of Liquors and .Tobacco., COME AUD SEE US. " ': TVe Invite all to eall, exiiuilne our (looils, and aseertnin the prNvs, No ehnrge for showing rools or anwrrii'iir niirstions ' sTsT TKll.M!. t:A.H's; i Country priMaee of all kinds ti'keii la ex. change for gtMNls. . . ... i . ; . ' Hl.t.,- JANES A CO East Raglnsw. 'iy I. 11 S HOWARD ASSOCIATION. ' ; : ' piiiLa'dkt riiiA, pa. . D1EA or the Uiin iry and .exunl Sys tem4 new and irliiU.le 'trestment.:: Also tke lUUHAL CIMMHF.lt, sn Essay of Warning and Instruction, sent In senlrd envlrH', fret of charge. Adims lr, J. f KILLIN llOl UtON ll.wnrl Assoviitioa No. 2, tenth iiih Fus rtUadelDhla, Pa. 206 WHO WArJTQ! Who wscts prime Units-wool underskirt, Qr splendid Drawers, er note, Who wauti Silk Pocket Handkerchief ' Or CatubHo if they chose 1 ' ' M ho want a soow- Lite Lineaskirl ' ' 7 b texture superfine, .Who wants a killing necktie ,"f . The shlrt-eollar (o entwine I 1 Who wsil astylUhCoator Faa, Ofanyshspe or shade? ,, , Who wants a Lsndsoxe pair of Pants . A good as ever were uisdel , AYho wants a flnt-rate Otercoal ' i To wurd old winters chill, I " .' A "Riiglun'or "McClollan," , , , . "Bnng-up" or what yon will, Who wants Scarfs, Shawls, Gloves, Gaialletey Suspenders or Valise, ' Trunks, Carpet Dugs, or anght thst teals Gent's comfort to increase. .To Marks' far-fumed Tower Hall , i i Should hie them n a trice, . , t ' And know that he alone tappllee ( , ' Prime Clothing at Low Price. ' ' TO II. MARKb' ' i; Clolbftiff nnd C3'nt' rnrnUliinf ;ouu i:mioi fuiii. ' ' Genesee Street, opjosito the Bancroft nous Cast nginnw Alich. ., jxa zmc rsc jmz m t Livery Establishment ; A. IV. WATES, A T their New aud Extensive Sjak&r, X Ju .Washington Me : f EAST g A (UN AW, MICHIGAN, ' llve one of the ' . Pest Livery JfUllisbmrots in the Tf est. Family "turn outs" Horses and Buggies, Sadla Horses, and "rigsi of all styles, alngle ae ftjar te six horses, promptly fitted out. . NEW AND IN -STTLK ' u : Kverything alout the establishment is la. good khiipe, tidy new and of lute style. Horses ' always iu good coudition, and carriuges SQd Har-ners-s tj it ami tnlj. I - - '.;ail. REASONABLE 21 A T E only, chsrged In all instances, and the utmost pa bis tuktn to give entire satiation to all cus tomers. i i A. W GATES. E'ist Sftg raw, Fih P, 1S16. ,.' Steam Manufactory SPENCER & FiEWCOMBE. Lata P. Mumford's, comer Jefferson and .; cola Streets. EAST ' Orders Promptlj Filled. HAVING thoroughly repaired and mads) tensive additions in inchinery in ibe Fac tory formerly ow upied l y P. Mumford, we ara now prepnrvd to fill nil orders on short not ice t A r km I ussort nu-nt of liixirs, Snub, lilinds, and Moulding eonctiintly on bund. All Irregular sires uiude to order on short notice. 2Clv ' SPENCER A NETVCOMBI, Enst Sivginaw Mny I, 1665.. PAINTING. BUHTT & BROTHER Are proparod to do all manner of HOUSE, SIGX AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, I' VESSEL TAINTING, GLAZING, GILDING, r 1APER HANGING, CALCAMIZING And everything pertaining to theii i.ranch of" business promptly and in a tuunuer warranted to. give satUfuUiun. Past liberal pntrotmge gmcefully acknowledg. ed and a continuance of tbe some respectfully aolioited. 1 '. . t-bop, second story Post Ofiice Rlock, Genesea Street. - J. ED. hl'RTT, C. W. BURTT East Snglnaw, Sept. II, 1S63. nHO-ly CARLISLE, SMITH & CO. Leather and Findings. .. 'Store I ' :.. i . .. ' -' , :' V'-.i : Corner . of ' Water and Tuscola Streets, East; ' . ligin;lW. ' Always on . Hand,' j . ,' A full and complete steck of . , ' LEATHER & FINDINGS t! . ,,, Comprised In par of , f, spANrsrr and KiAronTKR sole, har. . NESS AND I'Pl'ER LEATHER, f nj French,. Spa i lk aad; SUaghtcr Kip. Freneb,. , Jotscy, Oak and llemlotk Cslf t ir linings, Bindirgs, Roans, to ., Ae, , . Also a General Assortment of r m' '" and all kinds of ' ' SHOEMAKERS' TOOLSi ' 1 " - , " . 't.-M - r Our good will Ve sold ns low as at any estab.. lisbinrnt in Northern VH-Vigsa, and we shall at al. limes s ll st as-slight a margin for (relit M dealer else hefe, Vfejt er East. 1 -.if i'" ;' ' .''''' ; " CASH FOR HIDES, i Jut. A the Highest Market Price. Mi- CsfronTniUr the place, corner of Water and. luikoU Streets, Enst SiigiDsw. v . : i CARLISL.SMITWrO. r. Fnst Saginaw. Sept. 14, 1664. . ,. .2V Irisuratice Conipariyj , w' 'of Hartford, conn.' f ' CASH CAPITAL - $200,000.. E. THOMAS L0RDF.T.L Peo'y '' ' r . ,' MARK IK'WARD.Prfi'ki; NOTICE la berel.y given that tbe agency sf th Mon-hint's -Iosursnce Coniny fcf Hartford, for Sag;nnw County, has this rtny teen rrnnsferred ti tbe undersigned, who will hereaf.. tcr promptly tttnd to and conduct the l.usiness. f Uas eompsnvi This company stands A, No. 1, as will beset-n by rtlerring to tbo statements of -IheTror lire, eiVK occurred a fw weks slace J0(HIU aas rnfl , prom fitly by this company, as Isiit Vlsse. ' "ibo" uWnlring risks taken can do no. better than to insure in this company.- " H. O. BHT, lgnl last Saginaw, June 24, IST4. . "i- g - 'fg vg- . ' -HIAlsTrrnsmBfiA-, yn. H -'.mQ.' III (i nn : -9- 1