il'lje on rice.
Wo IneacUY, April II, IdOtf.
TUB JBFFEH3 CASE.
Wo pvo JorowIth tho answer of
('ontrol'er JftTers to the charges pro
tlum! aguinbt him ou the rweent te
teiiiK'il tiiul which w repent, wah
44 purely o portinn inuitition without
'authority, dignity, cauao or decency,
tj mtuf, at tho o.penso of law, right
uuu f very piintiplo of common court
ry n pressing ex'gHiicy in local poli
tlt :;," together with oino of tho dis
gust injj paiticulara of that must un
initial ted outrage, the perpetrators of
w hich 0110 and all, if they havo the
lviuotest BouLlar.co of honor in their
natures will nover teaso to regret tho
ui! manly part they havo boon induced
to take, for only tho poor remuneration
oa political triumph.
At an adjourned meeting of the
Common Council hc!d Thursday even
ing, Slurch -Cth, tho charges against
Michael Jeflers, Esq., Comptroller
wero called for and read by tho Clerk;
aflor which J. 13. Dillingham, Esrp,
as counsel for the defendant filed tho
following answer of tho Comptroller
which was read :
To llie L'oncrulk, the JLtfor and the
Common Coiuuil of tie City of Lad
GtMLEMK.v: I havo been served
with a copy of charges which wero pre
sented against me by 1). W. C. tiago,
Es., at a recent meeting of tho Couu
t il, iu which I am charged with ofli
cial misconduct and iucllicioncy as
Controller, and also wjih a notice that
an answer to tho charges w as to be
made by mo on the il'Jth inst.
Tor w hat end I' am arraigned and
called upon to answer, unless to grati
iy private maiice, I cannot say. If it
bo claimed that I am to account to
the Council for my ollicial conduct,
and that at their pleasure I may bo
removed, either with or w ithout cause,
my answer is an cmphatical denial of
tho right of tho Couucil to hear and
determino any such question. I am
only accountable to tho samo tribunal
as yoursclvos, to tho people and the
laws. If 1 havo been guitly of offi
cial misconduct, I freely admit that I
am subject to indictment and trial and
conviction, beforo a competent tribu
u il. But tho question must bo tried
by a jury and in a proper court. I
might with as much propriety call
upou you to answer before me for
your ollicial couduct, as for you to
call upon mo for that purposo. 'hen
the section in tho charter under w hich
it was supposed Mr. CJago presented
these charges, was passed, tho con
troller was an elective officer, and
therefore not within its frovisions ;
when by a subsjqueut act tho office
was to bo filled by appointment, tho
8imo act expressly limits tho term of
tho oIRco to thrco years, and no ap
pointment can bo again made until
tho three years expires. It was tho
iutention of tho act to mako tho con
troller, in tho performance of his du
ties, entirely independent of the
Council ho is not subject to their di
rections except as they may ly Ordi
nance prescribe his duties, 'in relation
to tho finances and accounts of said
city." His duties aro prescribed by
law, and except in regard to duties
prescribed by ordinance us aforesaid,
ho is as independent of tho Council
u) is the Mayor or Keeorder, and it is
necessary aud proper that this hhould
o so to enable him to properly per
form tho duties of his otlice ; it is his
duty to refuse to obey tho directions
of tho Council, should any bo given,
to sigD bonds or warrants which may
be unauthorized, and this is strictly in
accordance with tho position of tho
controller in most cities.
I'ut while thus vindicating the in
dependence of the of lice, which for
.lhe time being is vested in me, I say
to you, gentlemen, that I am willing
nt all times aud places, (as all public
officers bhould be) to answer a9 to my j
oflicial conduct; and as tho charges j
ubovo alluded to havo been published,
I ask as an act of justico to mo that
jny answer should also bo published.
This answer 1 make, not to you alone,,
but to the public, for, as I havo above
denied your authority to arraigu nie,
ho do I still insist, that tho charges
tlomaud of mo no answer, except to
iho citizens of East Saginaw, and to
them through you I eay
Fir id I deny that 1,-as Controller
und Treasurer of tho Board -of Cem
utry Commissioners, paid out in ItCa
lbo !)-, or any other tsum whatever,
without tho authority of saiJU Board.
Sccondl deny that I as Controller
and as a member of tho Board of
Cemotry Commishiuners without or
ganizing the Board, and in conjunc
tion with one of tho Come try commis
sioners ulone, expended in 1G" more
lhau $-"JlM) in improving tho Cemetry
grounds, without authority from or
consent of tho Common Council. I
admit that there was expended by the
H'oard of Cemttry Commissioners in
185") a greater sum for tho improvc
, jnent of the cemetry than C'.'JOU, but
the members of tho Council were
knowing of tho expenditure and ns-K-nted
to it. The expenditure was
jibfvjlutoly necessary, as all conceded,
Mid it Is not claimed but what all the
jiioney was judiciously expended.
All tho vouchers havo been examined
by your comiuilteo and found correct.
Tho-ordinaneo defining the duties of
1 ho Cemetry Commissioners requires
ihcm t causo the htruoU to bo graded
nnd other improvement made. In
utoal of being guilty of doing wrong,
in expending the sum we have, I have
no doubt but the omibtion to da m,
would have given just cause of censure.
believe that tho Conictry Comniis-
inncm have the right to expend under
1 lie charter and ordinaueo all tho
money recelvod from tho Bale of lots
nud $300 besides, if in the treasury,
to tho credit of tho Cemetry fund.
Third As to tho charge that 1 did
not pay over tho 5 IG'J.OJ to tho city
i reasuror imui o.ue -u u uu i oy u,
5 mucil, 1 answer, Hint sootum 17 of
title 3, makes the controller treasurer
. - . 1 ..... I . - 1 .... I 1 1 .
if tli Board. It is uowhc-ie made
). ii duly to pay tho money to tho city
treasurer. On the coutiarv, by law,
Jho coiitivlh.r is the pioper tudtodian
cf all tho moneys belonging to the
try fund. I did comply with tho at to adjournment, the following ad
.Bt of the Council iu paying tliU ditu.nalchargcs wererre8ontea n-aiust
y to tho city treasurer, but I ! . . , .
claim that he holds it subject to my
oruer as Uonti oiler, to to expended
by tho Board of Cemetry Commis-
Zi . x -
,,,-,i.io,uuuHg u6 m
the Cemetry grounds, I say the Board
li n a li i it eli iiifvt.il n ti v Hint tif linl am.
ci i i J 1 i i
one of tho streets, not deemed neces
sary, CO lots havo been added to tho
Cemetry to tho valuo of $1S0. It U
submitted that by this, neither tho
Board nor tho controller have dono
any act worthy of censuro.
Fifth As to speculating in city
orders, I havo bought no city orders
except of Mr. Talbot, paying full
market rates for them, buying them
because Mr. Talbot said ho "had tried
elsowhere to sell them and could not,
and that it was necessary for liim to
sell them and get tho money to enable
him to go on with his work, and at
his urgent request, and in order that
the work might proceed, I purchasod
the orders. But I claim that I am at
liberty to buy orders, tho same as any
other citizen, using ' my own monoy
for that purposo. 1 know that at
leabt ono olfiecr and one Alderman of
tho city have purchased or speculated
(as it has been termed) in city orders,
and I am not aware that any charges
havo been made through tho Council
against them. I did not, nor do I
now, deem my action in buying the
orders from Mr. Talbot wrong ; it cer
tainly did not, nor could it any way
prejudice tho interests of tho city.
Sixth As to having now orders
issuod, the clerk has in ono instanco,
taken from mo largo orders and given
mo smaller ones, in lieu thereof on
tho samo fund. It was bocauso there
was some money in the treasury, to
the credit of this fund, but not enough
to pay thcvwholo order. I surrender
ed the largo orders and took smallor
ones to the same amount and on tho
same fund, and thcro has nover Teen
objections made by tho Council to
dividing orders in this manner ; I deny
thrt this is oflicial misconduct.
Seventh As to tho charge of specu
lating out of tho City in buying sand,
1 deny tho charge. I havo not, nor
never had ono dollar interest in tho
sand dredged or to bo dredged from
tho Sajrinaw river.
Jlinhth As to tho chafgo that while
acting as 6uch controller 1 agreed with
tho late city treasurer to pay a claim
he owed the city, and tho other mat
ters in such chargo stated, I deny
them as stated. I did buy a lot as
ugent for another person from Mr.
Leidlein, and he consented that if I
would pay a certain amount to the
city ho would give credit for itin trade.
I had a conversation with the finance
committoe, and other oflicors of the
city in regard to taking city orders in
payment of tho claim held by Leid
lein against tho . person for whom I
was agent, and it was paid Mr; Leid
lein and credited on his account with
tho city, but this purchase was not
made by mo as controller, nor was the
city iu any manner interested in it,
except in getting tboir pay from Mr.
Leidlein sooner than they otherwise
would havo dono.
I deny that my action in relation
to this matter was oflicial misconduct.
Xinth As to tho chargo of unfaith
ful performance of duty in not open
ing an account with each street of
highway moneys, , I reply that it is
impracticable, and 1 understood it to
bo so conceded by tho Council. Tho
ordinance does riot require it nor the
charter. Therefore it is not part of
my duty. But I am and have been
at nil times willing to nccommodato
tho Council, and will open such an
account if they deem it necessary or
M. JKFFEllS, Comptroller.
After tho answer was read, Aid.
Gago tho presenter and prosecutor,
and Judge, proceeded to sum up tho
caso. No person was called upon to
mako any statement in regard to tho
charges, 6avo ono, and his statement
had no bearing upon the questions at
issue; tho argument of tho Alderman
was of that impudent, overbearing
style, peculiar to himself, abounding
in misstatements invectivo aud falso
coloring, and when any attempt was
mado to correct him by the Controller
or his counsel they wero' promptly
suppressed by tho tool of tho Alder
man, tho Mayor. After occupying
nearly tho entire session some 3 hours,
Wm. L. "Webber Esq., Counsel for
the Controller, was graciously granted
as a matter of courtesy, the priilego
of tho floor for ono hour to prosent
his views upon tho caso. The argu
ment of Mr. Webber was clear concise
and to tho point, showing conclusively
that the action taken by the council
iu the proceedings was thout pre
cedent in proceedings at law or in tho
action of parlimentary bodies.
His argument would have earned
conviction to tho minds of any set of
men who had not already prejudgod
tho caso and pledged themselves to
remove tho Controller with or without
cause. After tho remarks of Mr.
Webber Aid. Collins offered tho fol
lowing resolution, which was laid upon
tho table by a strict party voto 5 to 4.
" By Aid. Colons: Jtesoked, That
a committeo bo nppointod consisting
of Aid. Doughty and Allardt to inves
tigate tho charges mado against tho
Comptroller with power to scud for
persons nnd papers, and who shall
hear testimony in his dofenco and who
shall report at tho next meeting of
the Council, tho evidence taken for
Aid. Collins then offered the fol
owing resolution, which was deelarod '
lost by tho samo voto.
" By Aid. Coluxs :
referred to tho
tho wholo matter
Citv Attorney for his legal opinion as
i . . . t ..v . ...
, to wiiether ti.o Uouncii nave the right
to try tho Comptroller on the charges
preferred, and to report thereon as
soon ns practicable."
An adjournment was then haduntil
t,,e nrXt 11
' the asscmbl
the next morning at 9 o'clock. On
ing of tho Council pursu.
j Controller, designed mainly to effect
mo election or Air. Daemon, uemo
j cratio candidate for. City Treasurer.
"It is further charged against
MieUaelJeffew, Esq., Comptroller of
rafct e . 'that he wai guilty of
I D. . . .. .
; official misconauct xn this, to wit: In
City Treasurer, over twelve hundred
dollars of city orders, which have
claimed to havo been paid by said
And also in this, to-wit : In using
or carelessly losing said orders, so that
they cannot be produced, to enable tho
Finance Conimittoo to settlo with said
Treasurer; and in tho absenco of any
record of said orders, kept by said
Treasurer or said comptroller, and for
the want of a sulhciout cancellation
thereof, subjecting tho city to a liabil
ity of twico paying tho samo.
And it is also further chartrod. he,
said Jeirers, as city comptroller, was
guilty of unfaithful and insufficient
performance of tho duties of his oflico,
in this, to-wit :
That ho did not, until after a delay
of more than six mouths, open tho
proper books, showing tho condition
of the city affairs and finances nor
lias ho to this tune mado up a balanco
sheet, whereas ono should be made
up monthly or quarterly."
In regard to this order business,
thero is hardly a doubt that tho can
celled orders wero stolen from the
oflico of tho Controller for tho ex
press purpose of influencing prejudico
against him, and also to work against
the election of tho Treasurer ; facts
have sinco transpirod which loavo
scarcely a doubt that such is tho fact.
Tho forenoon session, liko that of
provious evening,- was almost exclur
sivcly occupiod by tho honest?) alder
man from tho 3d. Previous to tho
adjournment Aid. Doughty asked that
inasmuch as tho question as t( wheth
er tho Common Council had jurisdic
tion in the caso had been raised and
other proceedings in connection with
tho ca60 had been deniod, tho mat
ter bo referred to tho City Attorney
for his legal opinion thereon, and
that tho council adjourn until 7 o'clock
in tho evening, for the purposo of giv
ing the Attorney time to preparo said
opinion. This was denied, but so
modified as to allow tho City Attor
ney to render his opinion at - o'clock.
At 1-i o'clock tho Council adjourned
to meet at 2 o'clock. On the ro-as-sembling
of tho Council a communica
tion was received from tho City Attor
ney stating that it was impossible for
him to give an opinion on the caso
within the time allowed him. Aid.
Collins moved that tho Council ad
journ until 7 o'clock to givo tho City
Attorney timo to report his opinion.
This was refused. AfHcr exhausting
all efforts to obtain this opinion tho
Controller submittol tho following
To the Jlonoralle, the 2ajor and Com
mon Council of the Citij of Fast Sag
inaw. Gentlesikj?: Charges having been
preferred against mo, and all being
denied by me, I rcspoctfully ask that
a timo and place may bo lixed when
and where evidenco may bo taken in
tho usual manner under the sanction
of an oath ns to said charges. I
claim as a right that tho evidenco of
fered in support of tho charges bo
undor oath, and I am willing and
anxious to havo tho opportunity to
meet the samo with evidenco iu de
fense. This claim I make, not waiv
ing tho jurisdictional question hereto
fore raised by me.
Which was promptly laid on tho ta
blo by a strict party roto. After all
efforts on the part of tho attorney of
tho Controller to havo both parties in
troduce evidenco or to proceed 4with
tho investigation had failed, Mr. Dil
lingham, counsel for tho Controller,
commenced an argument showing the
unwarranted manner in which tho
proceedings had bcon conducted', and
as the printed proceedings of tho
Common Council 6tato "transgressing
in his remarks tho bounds of-parlia-mcntary
decorum, was procmptorily
seated by his Honor, tho Mayor."
Tho gag law was strictly enforcod,
and the timo had come when the last
act in tho farco was about to take
place, viz t The reading of the reso
lution oxpolling the Controller which
resolution had been proparod bofore
the investigation commenced. During
the progress of tho affair the Con
troller introduced evidenco entiroly
exhonerating himsolf from tho charges
preferred, and Mr. Webber asked that
all tho testimony or statements be re
duced to writing, and stated that if
this was refused it would bo chargod
that they dare not hoar the testimo
ny on which thoy uctod,' appoar,
lest tho fact that they acted with
out proof should be apparent; but all
was ignored, the removal of tho Con
troller was a foregone conclusion, his
caso had been prejudged in a Itepub
lican caucus and tho pledges thero
mado must bo carried out, and they
woro ; tho vote standing 4 to 4t the
Mayor giving the casting vote, as fol
lows: Aya Alderman Allardt Doitzi
n 1 7 A 1,1.
b ... ,v
"i ll! I l.t T fT ,1
inon lAuuns, jjuuguiy, juuwib uuu
Wo need not comment upon these
nrocoedinirs. thev bear the stamp of
.jWalUy, meanness nnd malignity in
b x, lL .
cvery hn0 Iso at their justl.
' fication has been made savo ujton tlio
assumption that "might is right" nnd
aro but another illustration of the
cardinal doctrino of 'radical republic
ennism as evinced in tho unwarranted
expulsion of legally elected membors
f tho National Legislature from New
York, New Jersey, Indiana and Mich
igan that tho " higher law " of party
necessity overrides constitution laws
and erory safeguard dosignod to pro
tect the people against tho'oncroach
xnonts of thoir rulers.
A Fit Agent. The editor of tho
Futerprue has turnod fault-finder for
an insignificant faction of sore-headed
Domocrats, and attempts to divert at
tention from the recent disgraceful
business of his party friends, in as
suming to remove tho Controller, by
driving at the Courier. Having rid his
bosom of the " perilous stuff " we hopo
he feels better. Wo care as littlo for
the vaporings of tho soulless head of
the soujless " joiut stock " diurnal, as
we ao lor the grow lings of the chronic
grumblors who boar him company.
U5?!"Tho Assistant Commissioner nf
Froodmen's Affairs in Georgia gives
tho bureau an account of his vi Kit in
the Sea Islands, statiag that all ques
tions .or uispute between tho Ireed
pooplo on tno Islands and tho former
whito residents are now amicably set
tley. Tlioso having grants of land
havo had them consolidated oh one
part of tho estate upon which they
wero given as desired in tho special
"Well. Bridtret. if I en?n'n vnn T
- ' D O .
shall want you to stay at homo when
ever I shall want to go out." "Well,
ma'am, I have no objection, providin'
you do tho same when I wish to cro
Tho House Military committca has
been instructed to roport at an early
day a bill to eqaalizo tho bounties of
all soldiers and sailors who wero mus
tered into the United fc'tntcs service
Tho production of cold and silver
in lSGo amounted to G1,000,0'J0.
Tho estimated production of lfcG.'l was
$18,01)0,01)0, giving an increase iu two
years of $13,000,0l0.
Tho Chicago ncoido. as an oflsrt to
tho trichina story, say that Westpha
lia Iiolts are fatted on snake, and to
this they owo their famous rich flavor.
W. H. BOOT1IW1CK.
United Stntea Araialant AiwMor fur that fnrt cf
jmiiii!w county jrlrijC eu.it or &aj(inaw Hirer.
Ofliea at Ward A uutbick'a Tubacco and
DH. H. A. SMITH,
Office in National l!!oik, over Mcjbcr A Mirkleya
More, noar the I'oft Utlico, corner of Cam nnd
Uoneteo Hu'ct.-t. All luodorn Hlte of Pluto
woik dono to t.rder, Uold, Coiitiiimms limn.
Coruli'o nnd Vulcnnixed Kubbcr. Tct lU filled
with adbexivo Hold l uil.
N. Li All work warranted.
Kut-t fnginnnr, Mich-
l?M Hit VK VOITK IMIT.HS.-TUK
. OONUKIXS T1K KNVKLOI'K. try
useful artiftcfor filing i.njwrn. all ixt-, for ).!gou-
noit-s or lor the j-oikut. rr aio ly
u nu;i. LEWI,,
New Stationer Store, l'dim l;!ovk.
CUAC5CKY ll OAGK.
WM. A. tr.wi.
GAGE Sc LEWIS,
Attorneys Sc Solicitors.
OFFICE IX HLIFS liLOCK,
HAST ACel!VAW ?1111.
Removed to Everett Block.
OUR flEW AfiO ELEGANT STOCK OF
CA. RPE TS, '
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS
The choicest orenrtmetit ever offered in tbia
market IS Til HUE,
STEVENS, POOL & CO.
EaatSajiuaw, February, I9C6.
Everett Blot It, Caenocu Street,
F1TE DOORS SOUTU OF TUE C0R3KB, ,
IS FULL OF CHOICE GOODS.
VTa offer expoclnl Imtuocinpnla to the Lad in in
the way of
And a rare' variety of .'
Of every dylo and quality, ntvo a full line of
We hare atao a Complete Assortment and
Choicest vvricty of .. ,
In the Valley. Atw a tine Flo-lc of T A 1.1, K AXD
FLOOR OILCLOTHS, DuXOOKTS.MATTLNO
Ac. A)o a isj'lcndiil awortiiiout of
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S FURS.
HOSIERY, HOOP SKIRTS, NOTIONS, Ae., Ac.
ail of nb.cn will be told at
Wholesale and Retail,
Tho Very Lowest Prices!
0i"Tuuiitry litlors and otheri will find it to
their advantage to jclve u a mil.
bTEVENS, TOOL & CO.
NOTICK. All pervooi chunking their real
deoeea or placuiof Limine, unue tha cm
TAtia wna ma-U fur tha Cur anj lUaixKaa
Diuectokt, will confer a favor on (ha aubacriberr.
LoiJoa leucflttiiig thouiKlrea by not if In g ua vt
aucD coange, on or trra April lUlu neat, either
by a note through tha l'oat Gffloa, or br leaving
their nauiea and plaeai of retideaca and buaineaa
at tha liaocrult llouae.
v J. M. THOMAS,
A. U. OALLA1IAN
Eiut Sdglnaw, March 2J, l&ti.
Important to the Salt Manufacturers
or Sasinaw Valley,
BAY H' 1TIII' JLITG I
OFFICEI13 I'OR 18U0.
IL li. FITZiTlTGII. President.
J. S. JLTDSON, Sec't and Treas. ,
APPLETON STEVEN, FHANK FITZIIUOII
J. II. HILL, C. MOCLTHKOr.
K M. FOWLER, N. 11. UHADLKY. '
UEO. E. isMlTlf, H. M. MTZUl'UII,
THE AUOVE COMPANY i now
fully organizod and prepared to
mako contracts with all tho Salt Man
ufactorioH of tbo Saginaw Valley on
,tho terms set forth in tho Articles of
Association and Ly-Laws, a copy of
which will Lo furnished to any appli
cant, by tho Secretary.
Tho association is a strictly mutual
one, of tho advantages of which all
persons makiug uso of tlio agoncy will
oqually partake. On becoming a
member of tho Association, with or
without subscribing to the capital
stock, each manufacturer will receive
a reliable inspection of his salt, a
large ndvanco upon it as soon as in
rpectod, its prompt, caroful and eco
nomical shipment, tho payment of tho
government tax thereon, and its sale
by a siuglo roliablo agent at each of
tho lake ports or other places where
it may bo offered. At the closoof tho
season thcro will bo a division of tho
profits, after deducting tho expenses
of tho' Association, according to tho
amount of salt coutributod by each
' All salt manufacturers, before mak
ing their arrangometa for the soason,
aro invited to give this plan a careful
and candid consideration. It is con
fidently believed to olfor them advan
tages far suporior to the modes hore
toforo pursued in this valley.
Opposite Irving Hall,
CAST SAG IX AW, - - MICH.
ARE XOW receiving ear
GENUINE OAK TANNED
Mfliuf,.ctured Ly URADFOKD A SIIARI',
vinciLiuii, niu, ci a quaniy aupcrior 10 any
ever oUV'reJ or aold iu the buto
Mill Ownrif and other in want ef GOOD
A Kl'JCLE, will find it to thfir ailrDUs to
give u a cull. "Ibe Wt alwaya the cbon
CKt." Our irU-ea are lowtr thus at thn Factory.
AL-c, a larje atock of
Calcutta Lacing Leather,
Of a Superior quality.
Belt Cement, &c,
Together with a full assortment pertaining to the
line. Or Jure by mail promptly attended to.
WARD A SODTHWICK,
SoU Agtnl for Mannftcturtr.
East Saginaw, April 3, 13CC aiii
E are now opening large and full Steele
of a No. 1,
Xnd all kind of Good la eur line, which we
offer at tho Tory Lowest Trtcei at
Wholesale & Retail.
CXT GIVE US A CAIX..TC
NORTH SIDE OF GENESEE STREEt,
(ON'OSITE IRVING BLOCK,)
EAST SAGINAW,''. " - ITHCII.
WARD SOUTH WICK;
Eat Saginaw, April 3, 18&J. 39 .
1'IANK KOAD NOTICE.
AT A MEETING of the Director of theEaat
Saginaw, Vanar and Sanilao l'lank Road
Company, held on the 21at day of February, 1801),
the following reaolution waa paaed: Ketolced,
That an aareiinivnt of Two Dollar and fifty centa
In hereby made on each ahare of the Capital
Btock of thla Company, payable on the 21t day
of April, lBGd.at the office of Jainc L. Ketchum,
Trearurcr of the Company, In the eity of Eaat
Eat Saginaw, March 2d, IGfiC.
MORGAN L. GAGE, Stertlary.
AT A MEETING of the Directors of the
Kant Saginaw. Vaaaar and Sanilne l'lank
llond Company, held on the 21ft day of February,
A I). Iftid. the follow Ina resolution waa pawed i
J Rttolttd, The olTice of the Eat Saginaw, Vawar
and Sanilne rianK iuai company, oe ana mo
a'ime la hereby located in the city of Eait Sagi
naw Saginaw Coontr, Stitte of Micha;an.
MORGAN L. 0 AGE, Stcrttary.
Eeit Saginaw, March 20, 16C6- b316-3w
A LARUE AND CHOICE STOCK of Family
Urooeriee, voLttantly xa hand, and for aula
QUO AltS from !4o. upwards, at,
rpEN CHESTS fine Teas for sal, at
I . .TT VIVO
LAIIOE STOCK of Molaiaee nnd Srrupa
alwajrfon bund nt DtLANlS. :
OLD JAVA Uerry.
11EST IllO Uerry. s ' ,
, MAKACAIliO iWxtj.
OROUNI) JAVA, -
UNCIJi SAM'S, &c,
11ITB FISH, MACKEREL, TROUT,
Ilerrias ana LaJ, u4 ( DtLAXD'S. -
COMMON BAR, CHEMICAL
CASTJLi; . EltASIVE,
Aiifl Toilctto Soaps,
All kindi at
4 LL KINDS and warrantwl prrre,
11, at DkIVNIVS.
IV At DtL.VNI'S.
'3 AILS, TL'IJS, MKASURE3, BafkeM, Mopn,
. liroouia, Ac, at lt LAND'S.
VLL the little "and-to fortha" to mnke np a
coui)lvl atock, at DtLAND'S.
IIP-TOr.', H. A. D , PONYS, V. A L . CcH:k
X of the Walk, Our Uct, at INLAND'S.
ErE-Tiiiisro 1 1
IS SOLD ut tho thoupokt living rire for f'ath
CARPETS OF ALL KINDS!
Crockery in Great
ALL THE USEFUL ARTICLES
FOR THE HOUSEHOLD ! ! !
Clothespin to a:Nut-
A Complcto Outfit for those
who aro going to Housekeep
ing. : : ; r'7
KEDGIE& JEVETT FILTERS.
A host of convenient articles "handy
to hare in the houso," may ho found
at ; -
Houso Furnishing Emporium,
r South Wfttcr Street,
4 Eaat Baginnw, AptU 3, 18CG. 343 .
SAVE YOUR HONEY,
"Which you can do,
11 V HUVIXG
Genuine - Oak ' Tanned
. i - :i
f i-. .
' : v v i
Lace, Lcathcr3 ;&c.,
Regnlar Belting House
A. G. EDWARDS,
87 Woodward Avenue,
BEMEMDER, I AM TUB
IN THE STATE.
Refer to all tho' Mill Owndrs
On Saginaw Hlvcr.
i - T,' t
I CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD,
( , 1 - !
A. G. EDWARDS,
87 Woodward Avenue,
ill mill 1
BY VIRTL'K vt a writ of fitrt facias LouaJ
ul of tba Circuit Court fur tba Couul of
baxinaw, 8tuU of MnLio, tin. I lo ma lirctl
anj dlierul afftiuit tba an t rbattela.
land ami If-iibnicnU of OtMiijra 1 Vwl, I il
on tbo 'H d jr of Al.rvh, A. 1) 13l, lory apou
ami take all tho rijjbt, titlo ar l intrat of aakl
Oeorga L. DavU, in mnl to tba follower deacriUJ
piece or iMiril of land itual iu tba County
of Fagiuaw, au I Statu of Mu LIjub, and known
and dcwriU-l aa follow, to wit ; Cnroinawcinjc
at tba JS'orUi-waat cornvr art-lion (6), in teau
(11) 'orth, of rang 6 Eaal, tbenca running
South 2J deirrera on town lina 7CJ feat to tb
centra of tba PaRiuaw and lUd Hirer Dank Koad,
thonta Soutb W dei(rea 3.) mlnofea Last a loot;
tba oantre of uij luJ 474 ft, thntc North
53 degree 38 winutc at 8JS htt, Ihene
North 18 degree 49 minute Eant 6P9 fH tbw
North lina of id raoliuo (6), thence 63 drrraea
50 miaato M'tit aUxijj the North line ol aawi
action 13J0 feet to the lace of tegining, eon-"
taining 23 are and C.'tr-thrae one Lundrethr,
alio the fuliuwlng ice of land, to wit I All that
part of the North part of the North Eaat frao
twryj, i of aecticn (11) in towa (11) North of
range 4 Kant, comniemiing at the center of tbo
creek running acm tba Saginaw and Dad Rircr
Plack Koad iu ami 1 North part of auld (action,
and rutuiinjr theare South Uat along tbo Eavt
alfle of mid Koad to tha taction lina on tha ak
line of anij veetion to tha center of ai4 creek,
(bencv South Weat on a straight line to the place or
beginning, all aituatcd in the County of Saginaw,
and State of Mi( hignn," all which I ahall eipoao
for ttla at pnblic auction or tendue to the bigheat
bidder or bidder, at tho front door of tho Sagi
naw County Couit lone, la the eity of Saginaw,
Kugiraw County, MUbiOTn.ou Saturday the 12th
fluy of Wuy, A. V. 13C6, at 10 o'chxh A.M. or
Ibiit day, to iNthdy the amount of aid axocwtioio
with cost ami exjxjnxei of aitle in aocordikBcoe
with tba ittittites in auuh rase made and provided..
( JK.SSEH. QUACKENBUS1J,
Sluriffof Saginaw County, Mich.
Sflginaw, MurcU 2J, 13(iC. n347-7w
BY-VIRTUE of a writ of fieri JaeiaM fcauedr
out of flu Circuit Cuhrt for the County of
Saginuw, Stute of Michigan, and to ma direotej
agaioat tho good aad chattel, la ml and tone
meuta of Henry White, I did on the firat day of
March, A. . 1S6S, lery wpon and take all tho
right, titlo au4 interest of anid Ilonry White ia
nuil to the following deacrilOfl property, to wit r
Lot niunbvr four tf), in IWk eighty wo (82).
ami the hfAict) thereon,, and lot number one (1 jt
in block number one hundred ondiitT-lx (166),
all in tho eity of Suginaw, in tho diriiion thereof
aoitlh of Cro!" Street, in the County of Saginaw,
aud Sut-o of MichiHo," and all which J ahall
expoao for aula at pullio auction a tho low direct
to tho h!g!Wt bidder, nt the front door of tho
County Court Hoiie of Saginaw County, in tho
city of Suginaw, Siiginaw County, Michigan, or
Suturdny the l'itb dy of May next, at ten o'clock
A. M. of that day, to atiffy the amount of aaitl
wrii nit otn and apenfe of nale.
JK.-SK II. QUACK ENBUSII,
t Sheriff of Saginaw County.
'Sugimiw, March 21, I860. n347-7w
INDIAN & PIONEER HISTORY
OF SAGINAW VALLEY
EAST SAGINAW. SAW EITY
AND BAY CITT
Including tht Tillage qf CARROLTON and?
SA LINA, villi a history from the Jlr$t
Settlement uf tht cities, and a gen
ru J'ortrait qf their bvsintu
ml the pretext time.
TniE SUBSCRIBERS hnrin been aolicited to
iiwue a work of thia kind, have commenced
the canvas, und will have the book ready for
ii livery about the Grvt of April next, and froiu
tliolr cxtitiMivo experience in the buHinetw feel af
ia promUing COMI'I.KTE SATISFACTION.
11IE WORK WILL CONTAIN a complete
lift of all Lualncf and profi-ifsionul men, mer
chaiit, clerk, taleruien, book-keepers, miller,.
eat)itruti, Ao , rcoiding or doing buginer in
the alxivo named pint-, kctchcof the Churohe,.
School, 1' a Id in Iaytituliou, JJenevolcnt Societie
together with tht h'mtury, vhich trill be complete,,
interesting and valuable. Mid If iufficiont pat--
roungo t extended, tlto back will bo euibeilirbe(J
with CUTS OF THE PROMINENT BUILD
INGS. It would be luperfluoua to hero wrgo the necc
ity or mention the advantage of a Directory to
place like tbe?c, or the advantage the buine
men derive from advertiaing in a book of thia.
character, which U to be found in the nmrt publio
pltice iu all auction of the country and vicinity,,
where tlie curd mut incut the eye of purcbaaera.
(corcof time every day ( tut it i hoped thai.
bunineM men will duly appreciate and oonilder
thi, and extend thoir putronage.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING j
One 1'nge 830,00
Ono half page 18,04)
One quarter page 10,00
1'r'K eot i;Mk tn J-ubmiiber, 83,00; iharjo
for capital uamcs, 'Z1 cent.
THOMAS A GALATIAN.
W. I. HOWARD & BRO,
HAVING re-opcnel in Kahler Block, Wach
ington Street, rcapectfully invito tho pat
ronage of former cutouir aa well a new one,
believing they can uinke tho arrangement work
to the advanUgo of tkuee who Uruw theaa with
A full stock of everything in tho line of
New, fresh and reliable, abo YEO.KIA1XLES.
FUOARand all manner of Family Supplici and)
W. I. HOWARD A BRO.
. Eaat Saginaw, Feb. C. lSb'6. n340
AND MARKET FOR '
GAME AND FICH.
Washington Street, South o?
' EAST SAGINAW, MICIJ,
. Serve np at all honra and in tho best of atyle,
GAME, OYSTERS, MEATS of all kind, FISH,
and oil requisite vegetable, accompaniment,
relishes and 11 a id, fur a reaaobable consideration.
GAME and iFISEC.
The only reliable Market in the eity for tho
bent' quality of Lake and River Fish, and nil
kinds of Game in Seaaon.
, Oysters !
t320 For Pale by the Keg or Can..
VM. ZIMMERMAN & CO.,
;- Vholcsnlo Dealers In
. and Liquorof
Ohio Rectified Whisky, &c,
C New Brick B'otk, ncrth of Ooodinr A Ttawi
11ns, Nouk W ater St., Eaat Saginaw, Michigan.
Ilava facilities for rectifying whUky of a
LlrxU, at their stand. T. Z. 4 CO,
East Saginaw, April 1, 1SCG,
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