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Wednesday, April S3. 1606.
, EUREKA! EXCELSIOR I E PLURIBUS UNUffl We avo happy to announce that the Common Council at its special section last jovemnx, succeeded m their ardu ousted bomewhat protractod ' labors orelecting a Controller h.x Aid. '31. Ilr-Allardt . (having previously re signed,) being elected. This task might, perhaps, ' have been finished sooner, but for the Democratic members having neglect ed to attend to their duties, the whole job devolving upon the Republican members, only live in number, after Mr. Allardt's resignation. Our dem ocratic friends are disposed to make a littlo capital out of the delay. But they do not appreciate how heavy a i'ob it is to elect a Controller. 1 We :nojv it is a democratic maxim to "vote early and often," but that don't come up to forty-seven formal ballots beforo midnight, and with nothing but cold water on the table. Democ racy could never go that. It takes Republicans to persevere. The Deni cratic members are not entitled to the credit of providing the city with that useful and necessary officor, a Con troller. People who. imagined they might be under the painful privation of having no taxes to pay, for want of an assessment, can now see a fair prospect of having said assessment made. Enterprise, Wednesday 25th'.' Eureht! "We are happy to an nounce," says the jubilant editor. "In the joy of his heart he exclaimed P.irAnl T Tiar-A fnnnA 'Tn what? ; Found ' that demagogueism and party trickery have again tri umphed over right, reason and com mon decency in our city government; that the Rinderpest usurpation Las culminated, as was designed from the beginning, in the elevation of one more notoriously unfit for the place than any, of whatever sex or status for whom ballots were cast during the "protracted labors" which resulted in this most ungainly delivery to the highest and most responsible position of any iu our city government. Well may the writer exclaim, Eureka! and happily chronicle his abject submis- . sion to the will of the Third Ward Autocrat, in whose hands ho and every other "hewer of wood and drawer of water " in the republican ranks is but a puppet, to bo handled, dandlod, duped or discarded, as suits his sovereign will and ploasuro. Excehior! "More lofty, moro ele vated, higher;" the very apox of as sumption, outrage and political men- J - ' A 1 I 1 V - A uacuy, a mcK, wnose orazon euroni ery finds no paralel save in the re cords of the boldest knavery. E Plurilut Unumf "One of many." This heading, like the article which follows which wo have good J reason to know was designed to be ironical to the full limit of the writer's priv ileges in tho subordinate position ho occupies has a double significance. It is indeod but "one of many" of the outrages perpetrated npon tho people by the party tho Enterprm represents, and tho editor of that sheet is "one of many" who "know tho right and yet the wrong pursue," and however lag gardly, yet in the finale, in too many instances, as in tho caso of the Con troller usurpation, throw the weight of their ability and influence on the side of wrong and injustice. THE CULMINATION. The final achmo of depravity has been reached. We predicted and charged upon the republican mem bers of the Common Council that one of their main objects in deposing the Controller was to make place for one of themselves; this, after some show of resistance, to blind the eyes of tho public, ha9 been verified. Al derman Allardt has been appointed Controller; how long he will hold the situation is a question for the courts to determine, but nevertheless it has been done, and we can only say that if this man Allardt is so lost to all shame and decency as to ac cept the position under all the cir cumstances. which surround this case, he is even lower in ; the , scale of being than we supposed ; it must be apparent to to any one who has paid any attention to this matter, that Al derman Allardt, as chairman of the finance Committee of the Common Council, connived in nil shapes to in- professing to bo his friend, that it was the province of this committee to ex amine and report upon tho hooks and accounts of the Controller, that all his reports in regard to that office, were, if not absolutely fals6, so colored as to prcjdice the publio against him The motive for all this is now appar ent, he wanted tho place and has got it, and tho men that lent themselves to this piece of rascality and fraud are equally culpable with him, and should be held up to publio scorn. We learned from the honorable and high-minded gentleman who repre sonts the Third Ward that the Con troller was the chief financial officer of the city, created and appointed ex pressly to guard and protect its in terests. This being the case we can only hope that the individual appoint ed on Tuesday evening last will take good care of the finances of the city, and that he will guard and project its interests. Any reasonable grounds for such hopo, however, i islcft sole- y for the future to famish. For th Courier. A DISGRACEFUL SCENE. , Ma. Eduoh : I desire to call the attention of our citizens through the columns of your journal, to a scene that transpired at the Common Coun cil Room of thU city,.pu Monday evening last While the proceedings (the election of Controller) were in progress, a gentleman in the audience received one rote; after its announce ment by the Clerk, the gentleman arofte and stated that the name given was that of his son and gave the cor rect initials of his own name; on the next ballot he received one vote, (the name being correct) coupled with the name of a woman of bid repute, .a resident of this city. It did not end hero,- but other persons in the room were directly and grossly insulted, by action similar to this on the part of members of the Council. When they were tirod of insulting and bandying coarse and vulgar epithets upon the auditors, " they commenced ', among themselvesjVjand the language there used was of the ; most - obscene , and, vulgar description, causing the large audience in attendence to hang' their heads in shame and these men are the Aldermen of this city, elected by the people to guard and protect , not only its pecuniary Interest, but its honor, dignity and respect. ' Bo that there may be no mistake in the prem ises, I give the came of the Aldermen present. 1st Ward,' Aldermen Luther and Schwartz, lid Ward, Aldermen Alt lard t, Diet! and Richardson, JJd Ward, Aldermen Qage. All true and loyal Republicans, represents tives of a party that claims all the morals and decency of the country, to Democrat or Copperhead among them. Perfectly untrammeled, their , human natu had free scope, and it is not surprising that their propensities came to the surface. Let it be remembered that during the progress of this disgruceful scene no rebuke was offered, not even the delectable Alderman from the 3d Ward, the Postmaster, who attributes to himbelf a great share of the morals of the city, raised his voice in condem nation, on the other hand he appeared toenjoy the feast hugely. Out npon such hypocritical demagogues , should be expelled from the Counoils of our city and made to find thir nat ural affinities among the inmates of brothels, and those who would appreciate their conduct. Have we finally reached a point where no res pectable citizen dare enter the Council Chamber of our city without fear of being insulted ? t Old Lignum Vitoe Redlvivus. W. S. Woox, superanuated Whig, played-out Know-Nothing, "first vil lain" in the Rehublican performance in the Michigan stage, and general begging agent for the new Bond holder's organ, tho Detroit Daily Pott, having lately infested this locality with his disgusting presence, writes home to his new pap, Mr Carl Squirts, that he don't like the Courur. What hon est, respectable men like, it is not to be expected that W. S. would. Be ing a very mea: rM'- general principles, and a very putrid liar in the political business,'; 'a nt singular at all that he should uui it tukor after truth, reason, right, or the Courier. The New York Commercial- Adver titer a moderate Republican journal, has the following remarks on the Civil Rights Bill, vetoed by the President, and passed over the Veto by Congress. "Whatever construction may be placed upon the sections of the bill which bear Upon the functions of the States, it is evident that the measure itsolf is a stride towards centraliza tion, and is, therefore, 'hostile to the spirit and plan of our government Against this manifest tendency of a majority of Congress, both willful and ignorant, the President sets him self like a rock. His sturdy opposi tion must make itself felt in the end, and he will succeed in indoctrinating the people with ideas by no means unfamiliar to them, but which have been covered up and partially oblite rated by the hurricane of war." Truthful and sensible.' . A dentist in Philadelphia says he has admininistered. nitrous pxide gas to more than 30,000 persons, of from throe to eighty-four years of age, and has never known ; any bad effect to follow its use. It is equal to chloro form as an amrsthrtie, and Is believed to be safe. The following definition of the rights of women is given in a Vermont paper : "To love her lord with all her heart, and her baby as herself and to make good bread." .... , Dkcsxf.sslss is xbi Swat. The Radicals are demanding the expulsion of Mr. McDougal, of California, from the Senate, on the ground that his in temperate habits unfit 1 him to dis charge the duties of Senator. Will they also ask, for the same reason, that Chandler and Wade and Iloward and Nye and Jim Lane and Yates and Sprague be expelled? Will the news papers in this State, which are vehe mently indignant over the alleged misconduct of McDougal, expostulate with Governor Oglesbyf We make no defense of drunkenness in Demo cratic Senators, fcut we want Aboli-. tionists to clean their own , door-step before making a clamor of what is unsightly ia others. Will they re buke their own whisky-bloated parti- ' jnn leaden ? Chicy deduction of Taxes. ; , ' ' From thoChk-ngvTiibuua.) : Tho Committee on 1 Ways and Means have agreed upon a reduction of internal .taxes amounting., in the aggregate to eight millons of dollars. This does not include any reduction of the income tax. It relates to cer tain, raw materials, and manufactures in a rrnde state, such as" pig-iron," cop per, brass, lead, zinc, , etc, in bars, sheets, paper, barrels, boxes, and a multitude of primitive manufactures. It Is estimated that the exemptions proposed by the Committee will re lieve, the country of, about twelve millions of taxation, ' for while the amount received from these ' Hourcss during the last fiscal year was only eight millions, the increase of 'the revenue since the close of the war would probably bring the amount up to twelve millions during the current year.' . . ; ' , ' . '. ; ; This is a good begining, but It can only be called a beginning. The Rev enue Commission estimate that a re duction of fully one hundred millions can be safely made during the ' pres ent year It is, perhaps, well to move cautiously in this reform, but the pto- Sle will hardly accept this homeopathio oseasa finality. Wo are to-day the most egreglouslv taxed people on the face of the earth. ' No other gov ernment in Christendom or heathen dom oould levy such' taxation on its people without producing revolution. The present income tax is nothing less than confiscation, taking, ' as it does, every tenth penny from the en terprising and prosperous, and every twentieth from every, body else, in addition to the multitude of other taxes, direct or indirect, which, assail the individual like a cloud of mosqui toes in August. , We have' heard nothing of the intentions of the Com mittee of Ways and Means regard ing the income tax, except an occas sional surmise that they would take no action at all until after the confis cation should be enforced for the present year. We would not prejudge the Committee ; we are aware that their labors are considerable, and we are willing to concede that a large share of the intelligence and patron age of the House is embodied in the nine members of that important com mittee. But if it is their purpose' to grind out another ten per cent in come tax, in face of the fact that it is not needed, we trust that some mem ber of the House will call for a vote upon the question, and get the yeas and nays upon it, if nothing more. e have had enough of this awk ward surgery. The patient who has lost a quart of blood may be able to survive the extraction of another pint, but the doctor who should propose to take it out of him because he could probably endure tho depletion, and not because it is deemed necessary to secure his recovery, would be hooted out of the medical faculty, vnd all the people would say, Amen! Another thing to be done is to re duce the tariff in a corresponding de gree with the reduction of the intern al revenue, and on the same articles. Unless this is done, thoro will bo no certain relief to the people, and the only effect of the reduction of the in ternal tax win ue xu ukb giren amount of money out of the Treas ury and put it into the pockets of the classes engaged in producing the ex empted articles. Pig-iron, for in stance, is taxed three dollars and sixty cents per ton. The import duty is nine dollars per ton. We import con siderable pig iron from Lurope. Un less the tariff is reduced pnripatm with the internal tax the mice of pig iron to the consumer, ana of the articles which are made from it, will, in all probability, remain unaffected by the reduction of the tax, and the peo ple will gain nothing by it, but on the contrary, lose the amount which formerly went into the Treasury from that source of revenue. The price will stand at the figure at whicnitcan be imported with the duty added. The object of a reduction of taxes is to take burdens off from the people, not to increase them. The Govern ment derives about a million and half of dollars from the tax on pig iron. If Ihis sum is discarded and the price of this article not reduced, the people have clearly lost a million and a half of dollars and gained nothing. We use this one article as an illustration. There are doubtless many articles in the list of exemptions, which we do not import from abroad. Upon these the reduction of the tax will operate as an immediate relief to the country. We trust the present session of Congress will not expire without some approximation to the reduction ,of taxes estimated to be safe by the rev enue Commission. We are paying Federal taxes at the rate of 1500,000, 000 per annum, while the needs of the Government are only 28 4,000,000. Fifty millions per annum is all that ought to be applied at present to pay ing of the national debt. The re maining 1100,000,000 is sheer extor- i tion and legislative rapacity, and we I assure our representatives in Congress j that unless they let up on their con stituents in this matter of overtaxion, their constituents will , find members of Congress who will. I, 'f Always Best to Tiki Trax nr the FoBtLocx. The people of the We it seem determined to believe that the cholera will visit us during the ensuing summer, and hence the reason they had better prepare themselves with an antidote. After testing it for fifteen years, in probably a thousand cases, we suggest to our readers to at once procure from the druggist the follow ing simple mixture : laudanum, 2 or..; spirits of camphor, 2 oz.; tincture of capsicum, ox.; tincture of ginger, 1 ox.; essence of pepermint, 2 oz.; Hoff man' anodyne, 2 oz. If the anodyne cannot be readily obtained, substitute f rt .1 t-l 3 suipnuric aciu. aux morougniy auu ; shake well every time It is ued. i Give or take from ten to twenty-five 1 drops, according to age, condition and violence of the attack. Repeat everr twenty minutes till relief is obtained. ; In a desperate fiase take a table-spoon-full at once. Take it in an equal quantity of water, and lie on the back 1 quietly or in an easy sitting posture, ' with the back supported, till it har full opportunity to work. Carry a ' small pnial in the pocket, with a few ; lumps of whjte ugr upon which to -drop it, to be, usea In sudden fJT genciee.' ' ' . First and foremost, always use plenty of soap ad water. ExcUngt A Senstbls View rt Oovernor Crapo's :routicu resting. The orthodoxy qf the ' Adrian ' Ex poeitor, as an exponent of Michigan Republicanibm,. Willi not bo ques , tioned. It has 'Usually 'met the ex pectations of the extreme radical por , tion of its party. In its comments on ; the Governor's fast it but expresses 1 opinions whioh. every - fair-minded man. and every considerate man, how- 1 ever, radical in his , opinions, h may bo, cannot but endorse. Alter Holing at some length tho disregard which was generally paid to the Governor's recommendations in that city, the Ex foir goes on to mt.'i , f ' 'The truth is, ' the Governor . made a mistake. There are causes which, 1 enlisting the sympathies and anneal ing to the hearts of the entire people, Irrespective of party, may most ap propriately be made the subject of re ligious and devotional exercises. But such was not the theme of the Gov ernor's proclamation. It cannot be disguised and should not be denied. that Governor Crapo's proclamation is partizan. Every man who, in the present political posture of .the coun trv does not svmnathise with the rad ical majority in Congress felt himself insulted by the proclamation. No farce oould be more ridiculous than to ask Democrats and republicans to L-como together in the same church and pray for the country.; They entertain radically different views as . to the country's needs. We rejoicingly be lieve that a very large majority of the people are opposed to the policy of reconstruction which l'resident John son is so obstinately endeavoring to enforce. , Nevertheless a large minor ity of the people firmly believe in and uphold that policy ; and we have, too good an' opinion of human nature to assail those who happen to disagree with us, as recreant to justice and lib erty, and actuated by disloyalty and wicked motives! . If the spirit of Gov ernor Crapo's proclamation had been attempted to be carried out in all the churches of the State yesterday, it would inevitably have given rise to schism and dissension of the most bit ter and implicable character. We should have deprecated such an at tempt, and are glad that the practical common sense of the people prevented the mischief which Governor Crapo did not intend, but which the tenor of his proclamation was well calculated to produce. We sincerely hope that no future Governor of opposite poli tics to ourselves, may make Governor Crapo's blunder a precedent for invit ing us to pray aud fast for the success of principles which we repudiate and a cause which we deplore. A very sensible view of the subject Let us never have a repetition of this unfortunate and hypocritical for all such attempts cannot be regarded as otherwise than hypocritical attempt so introduce the religious sentiments of the people into the rervico of a party warfare. Let this attempt be so thoroughly condemned that no ex ecutive of any party shall ever again make this "mistake." . . The Ladles' lists. The New Orleans correspondent of the Mobile Regitter thus pokes fun at the ladies hats : ' : This morning every body and his wife, as they say, is out of doors. Confined for five days to their houses, ladies have gotten behind hand in their shopping, and this morning the streets are thronged with them. Spring colors are displayed for the first time this season, and I notice the new-fashioned hats out in abundance. Such a fashion 1 Women say that men make sport of all these fashions when new, but that they gradually come round and finally advocate them as much as any body. To this charge I can plead "not guilty." I have never yet laughed at a single style or fashion, no matter how much wags might have cracked their jokes at it, or smart comio papers made sarcastic pictures about it ; but have takeu them all as a matter of course, and as no manner of business of mine but now I am struck with amazement at what seems to roe to be the most stupid thing ever worn upon the feminine head. It is utterly beyond my powers ef description, but the latest style Of hat demands a passing notice, and I am at a loss how to write about it intelligibly. It is a stunner. ' Take a half sheet of ordinary note paper and fasten two broad ribbon strings to the ends,' bring this down over the top of the head, allowing a portion of the sheet to flaunt out over the water-fall; trim the whole with roses, flowers, birds and grasses, and you have the present style. As I have said, this is the first fashion that ever struck me particularly, but I had to laugh out right at the simple goose I saw wear ing one yesterday it was so ridicu lous. There was really nothing of it. In a French book-store down town there are some pictures from Charivari, one of which represents a little girl holding a doll with , one hand, and wiping awsy the tears from her eyes with the other. At a glass stands a woman the mother putting on a little hat, and la pert enters. ' "What is the matter, little one ; you are cry ing ?" " Yes, papa," she says, sob bingly, "mamma has taken my doll's hat to go out to promenade." I can understand the force of the illusion after seeing the new style. Oh I this is too absurd. The coal-scuttle that adorns the head of a. fair ancestress of mine, who lived some centuries agoy is a far more respectable sight. What will they not invent next ? They say a gentleman'is well-dressed when he attracts general attention for his neat appearance, and when &0 one can tell what article of dress it is which at tracts the most. The rule could not be applied to the other sex now, for the first remark is, "Goodness! what a hat !" These little cockle-shells are plentiful to-day, and as they hare come on with the New York -recommendation, I dare say they , will be come popular, The cattle plague in Gxeat Britain is decreasing. The cases have fallen from 18,000 a week to 4,704. Over 170,000 cattle have been lost alto gether since the commencement of the disease. About , the only person we ever1 heard of hat was net spoiled by be-! ing lionized, wj a jew named Daniel . JJonrable Scars. ' Tkj Detroit I'ott "says, tW only "honorable scars' obtained bj mem bers ef the copperhead faction during the hits war are upon the wrists, ana wero causea by tnat rormidadlA weap on denominated " handcuffs." , We know not what honorable scars the editorial corps of the I'ott have received -we do know that ona of. its number occupied a ixjsition that re quirqft but Jittf 4 patriotism f to induce him to acoeai and that it was filled, in such a manner as to reflect little credit to either himsel for his country. We do not lay claim to the title of V cop perhead" but remembering that such statesmen as Seymour, such chieftans as McClellan and Slocum were ' oalled copperheads by this class of loud mouthed patriots? who fought for pay and are now assiduously laboring to prevent the accomplishment of the result for which we endured the pri vations and braved the dangers of a private soldier from the first campaigh of Patterson to the disastrous defeat of Chancollorsville, we are willing to accept the name with whatever of opprobrium they can attach to it. But how debased.' how degenerate must that individual have become who can thus publicly boast that Ameri cans who have been guilty of .no offense but devotion to the Constitution of thetr country and the exercise of that God-given right, the free expres sionor nonest conviction, have been compelled to bear "honorable scars upon the wrists," and be confined for weary months in the felon's' cell Perhaps similar treatment of the editor of the Pott would have proved a ' benefit to his country. Saginaw Ciy ITerald. Ik ro eta rsox Wasuxkotoit. The Republican Senators have three new revolutionary crotchets in contempla tion. ' ' ' '. "; ' i " No..l. To deprive the President of all power over office-holders by re moval or otherwise, ' nd then when he vetoes the act to override the veto. No. 2. To give the Clerk of the House such power in the organization of a new Congress, that not only Southern members can't get in, but even the men called "Northern Cop perheads," such as they have , been expelling. No. 3.- To make negroes equal to white men, . in all matters of citizen ship, (going even further than the CivilRights Bill,) so as to compel the States by act of Congress to let them vote. Perpetual session is advocated until these revolutionary measures can be put through. New York Exprett.. The following from a recent address by Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, makes extremely distasteful reading for some of his political associates : "I should be sorry to see any more Government agents spreading through the land. If the President would call home every treasury agent that is disgracing the North and the Govern ment, and humanity, and alienating the South, I, for one, should be glad Here and there are no doubt men who stand above bribery and suspicion of corruption noble men and true but all through the Sonth, taking them comprehensively, they are as locusts eating up the land. They are preda tory nuisances, and degrade the north from which thea come, and the gov ernment under which they serve." A cool robbery was perpetrated in Wallace street, Philadelphia, on Wednesday night, by climbing over a shed and jumping through a back window. A lot of lorks, spoons, cloth ing, &c, were stolen. The burglars displayed great audacity. They en tered the sleeping apartment of the proprietor and took his watch and pocket-book from his pocket They went to the kitchen, where they spread a table, made a heartv reoast. and decamped with their . plunder before any alarm was givon. Cholera avd Basemexts. Bad air from basements is a fruitful cause of cholera. The following mode of ven tilation is simple. Open a hole in the bottom, or as near the bottom as msy be convenient, of your kitchen chim ney, say about one foot square. This will ventilate your basement thor oughly, and prevent the bad air rais ing in your rooms above. , To ventil ate your drains, cesspools or closets, connect them by a throe or four inch iron pipe with any chimney that in which there is a fire being best. Do It Wktt. Whatever you do do it well. A job slighted, because 'it is apparently unimportant, leads to hab ltual neglect, so that men degenerate, insensibly, into bad workmen. "That is a good rough job," said a foreman in our hearing recently, and he meant that it was a piece of work, not elegant in itself but strongly made and well put together. ' Training the hand and eye to do work well, leads individuals to form correct habits in other respects, 'and a good workman is, in most cases, a good citizen. .No one need hope to rise above his present situation who suffers small things to pass by unim proved, or who neglocts, metaphori cally speaking, to pick Up a cent be cause it is not a dollar. ;' !" .mi Some of the wisest law makers, the best statesmen, the most gifted artists the most merciful judges, tho most in genious mechanics, ' roso from the great mass. - ' . ' ' ' ' A rival of a certain great lawvor sought to humiliate him publicly by saying: "You blacked my father's boots onco.V "Yes," replied the law yer, unabashed, "and I did it well." And because of doing mean things well he rose tq a greater. Take heart all who toil t all youths in humble situations; all in adverse circarostances, and those who labor unannreciated. If it be but to 'drive the plow, strive o do it well ; if it be but to wax thread, wax it well: if only to cut bolts, make good ones; or to blow bellows, keep the iron hot. It is attention to business that lifts the feet higher up the ladder. ' , , . Says the good book : "Seest thou a man dilligent in his business, he shall stand before kings ;" he shall . not stand before mean men. . , Tillj," aid'' a mother .to her daughter who had seen but fire um znera, "what should, you do "without your mother VI "I should put on every day fust such a dress as I want ed," was the prompt reply. WASHINGTON .. STREET, ) EAdfl 0ACKJA17. Family Supplies. A MRafc Atf& CIIOICK STOCK of fsallv XX GrocerU, oAniUntlj on hani, sad for mIi cheupby . VbLAXD. .jSXJ.OABS-' SUGARS from Ho'.'upwards, at. j T , . , Df LAND'S. rraJTCHESTS fine Teas for sale at ' p . i v . wv- - -' DaliAND'S. S7STItTJ3?S..;':4f; V Urge stock pt mimmi us sjraf J. alwtyf oa hoi at x DsLSNCJ. ' - - " : x - - -' t JVt q ft , r. i vJT O OFFEB3J v : : J OIjyjAVABerryr w - iBESX.MO-BerrylurH Jj; . , BRAZILLIAN Berry. ' MAIUCAIBOBerry. GROUND JAVA, - -'i - GROUND RIO, J: '. PLANTATION, ! 1 : EARLY BREAKFAST, UNCLE SAITS, 4c, Af nT.AfTyH '""ISH"'')"1 WHITE . fI.SU, MACKEREL. TROUT, Ilarrlsf ssd Co4, t DLAH DM. 'i:;t.soAPS:;'-' COMMON BAR, CHEMICAL, CASTILE, ERASIYE, . ... SHAVING, A.nd Toilette Soaps, AUkMi.t. DiLANb'3. ''- " ' ' ' ,'.;.;;.; ALL KINDS and warranted pure, at DxLANDfS. YEROSENE OIL JY At DiLANDU WOODENWARR PAILS, TUBS. MEASURES, BukU, Mom, Broom, e., at Dt LAND'S. ' BT," OETERAS. ALL th liUU 11 ud-w-fortbj" to male up fompWU itock, st ' DsLAND'S. oioars; TIP-TOPS. II. A. D, PONYS, W.4L. Cock of lb Walk, Oar Dwt, at DaLAND'S. IS SOLD a th caaapwit llrlag prleaa for CaM at DsLAND'S. CARPETS OF ALL KI11DSI Crockery in Great Variety ! ! ALL THE USEFUL ARTICLES FOilTHE HOUSEHOLD II! CUTLERV, 1 .'M MIRRORS, PLATED GLOODS. if Hi very imng,irom a Clothespin to a Nut cracker; f, - ;-A Complete Outfitter those who are going to Housekeep ing ' : 1 KEDZIE & JEVETT FILTERS. A hoit of convenient articles "handy to have in the house," may be found at" ':' ''- ' ;-: 1' . ELLI0TfCi!mni30:J'0 House Furnishics EJrta, r South WotrrBtrfPk EMPIRE BLOOIT,1 , luist Saginaw. 1 1 East Saglaaw, April IKt. 2i DAVE YOUR H017EY, "Vhioh vcm caiXdo,' liUYINQ Genuine 1 Oak ' Tanned r ... Leather Belting, Rubber Belting, an:.:;- cnu;:.: GASKETS, Lace, Leather, &c, ' 4 .. -AT THB- Ec jnlar Eoltinrj House -Of- A. Q. EDWARDS, 87 Woodward Avenue UMIMBEs, Z AM THE Only Manufacturer -OF- OAK TANNED Leather Belting m THE STATE. Don't buy Hemlock. Utter to all the Hill Owners Ou Saginaw IUver. 7 - rr i cAr:::oT ci undersold. A. Q. EPWARDS, ' r j 07 7cjdv7ard Avenue! ; Dotroit, Mich. I . 8IIFJHFF8 HALE. B' V VIRTUE of writ vt Jttri aciut l.,.J out of tb Circuit Court for tho County of feaglnaw, Stt of 3!ic hipn, aoi to ui directed .aud delivered gtltut lb gU tod chattel. T laodi and Unetannt of (Jeorjro L Dnvi. I did , on io i4l any of Mnb. A. JJ. 1800, le upon nd tfiko all tho right, titU and Interect of taid Gorf L. DarU In nad to the following described pU'M ar paired of land tituatcd in the Count of Saginaw, and tnt of Michigan, and known and doacribad a followt, to wit t Couimcndng at the North-went corner of aection (6), iu town (11) North, of rung S Kaxt, tbonca running South 2 derr on -town lina . JCJ ft I Ui lUa centra of the Paginaw and liud River Plunk Koad, loeaee doutn au degree Si minute elu tke centre of laid Road 474 feet, thrn e Nort M decree 38 minute Eaut 811' f t.,lhoric North 18 derree 44 minute Eaut 609 feet to the North lln of laid aeutwio (6), thene &S U;reoA.. 60 nilautea West along the North line ol aaid aection 1320 feat to the place of begiqipg. con taining 23 acre and fiftv-tbree one bundreth, alao the following pleea of land, to wit All that )art of the North part of the North Ent frae ' tioaaJ, of lection (11) in town (Jl) North of raig4Eat, cotumenoiog at tbeecatarof tb reekr running acrwi the Suginawand I3ad Itirer Platk Road in laid North part of auid lection, and rnnnlag tbenc South Eaat along the East Ida of said Road to the tectlon line on the E.t . line of aid eeetion Jo the center of (aid crek, ' thence South Wt on aatralght line to the place of .beginning, all situated In tho County of Saginaw and State of Michigan," all which I shall espoae for sale at publio auction or vendue to the highest bidder or bidder, at the front door of the riag). naw Count Court House, in the city of Saginaw, Saginaw Count, Micbliran.ou Saturday the 12th day of May, A. D. 18C6, at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day, to satisfy tba amount of U aiectitioa with costs aod expenses of sal in accordance with tba ststutes in sneh ene rnnde and provided JESSE II. QUACK KNCUSH. SihtrijrQf Sarinaw Countv. Mich. Saginaw, Ms rob :q a, tut n347-7r SHEEIFF'S SALE. BY VIRTUE of a writ of ftrijaciat bued out of tba Cirooit Court for tb County of Saginaw, State of Michigan, and to me directed against tb goods and chattel, lanJs and tD mantsor lienry White, I did on the first day of Marco, A. 1). 1866, levy upon and take all tba right, titla and Interest of said Henry Whit la and.to tb following described property, to wit t "Lot number four (4), In block eighty-two (82). and tb hous thereon, and lot number one (I), In block number on hundred andixty-sii (10C), all In th oity of Saginaw, In the division thereof oath of Cros Street, in the County of Saginaw, and Stat of Michigan," and all which I ahull eipose for sal at pubiie auction a tba law direct to th highest bidder, at th front door of th County Court House of Saginaw County, in th oity of Saginaw, Saginaw County, Miohigan, on Saturdar th 12th dy of May next, at ten o'clock A. M. of that day, to satisfy tba amount of laid writ wit eosts and expenses of salo. JESSE if. QUACKENBUSn, ShiriF of Saginaw County. Saginaw, March 24,1866. n347-7w INDIAN & PIONEER HISTORY OF SAGINAW VAXLEY AND EAST SAGINAW. SAGINAW CITY AND BAY CITY DIEBOTOET, Including th tillagu qf CARROLTON and SA LINA, with a hUloryfrom tht first Stttltmtnt qfthi cities, and a gen eral Portrait qf their businrs ' of th prettnt time. THE SUBSCRIBERS havin been solicited to laro a work of this kind, bav commenced th canvass, and will bav tho book ready for delivery about th first of April next, and from their axtenslv experience in the business reel safe la promising COMPLETE SATISFACTION. THE WORK WILL CONTAIN a complete list of all business and professional man, mer chants, clerks, salesmen, book-keepers, millers, seatastresees, Ao , residing or doing business in tbabov named places, sketches of the Churches, Schools, Publio Institutions, Benevolent Societies together with th history, vhieh vill b complete, interesting and valuable, and If sufficient pat ronage Is extended, the book will bo embellished with CUTS OP THE PROMINENT BUILD INGS. ft would bo superfluous to her urge the neces sity or mention the advantages of a Directory to place like these, or th advantage tha business mea deriv from advertising In a book of this character, which i to b found in th most publio plae ia all sections of the country and viclnitr where the card must meet the eye of purcneser scores of times every dayi but it la bopod that business men will duly appreciate and consider this, and xtnd their patronage. TERMS OP ADVERTISING! : On Page 1)30,00 On half page 18,00 One quarter page.. 10,00 Price of Book to Subscribers. 83.00: char a a for capital names, 2S rents. THOMAS A GALATIAN. ALL RIGHT, Follow Citizens! W. I. HOWARD & BRO.j HAVING r-opnod in Kothler Block, Wash ington Street, respectfully invit th pat ronage of former customers as well as new ones, believing the can mak th arranreuent work to th advantag of those who favor them with their trade. A full stock of vorythlog in th line of FAMILY GROOERIESj New, fresh and reliable, also VEGETABLES. FRUIT, PRODUCE. BUTTER, EGOS, LARD, PORK, SUGAR and all manner of Family Supplies and rrovisions. W. I. nOWARD 1 BRO. East Saginaw, Feb. 6. 1666. n340 FIR S T OL A. SS RESTAURANT ALE KCOXJSE, V ' AND MARKET FOR came and: fish. JOHN m:ckay, WnabltiKtoa Strt-rt, So nth or Bancroft IIouc, ' EAST SAGINAW, MICH. Serves up at all honrs and In tb best of atyle, Q AM E, OYSTERS, MEATS of all kinds, FISH, and all requisite vegetables, aocompsnitnents, relish and fluid, for a reajoUble consideration. GAME iTd -FISH. . Th only reliable Market in the city for the best quality of Lsk and River FUh, and all kinds of Gam in Reason.' ' Oysters! r.3'29 For Sal by the Keg or Can. VM. ZIMMERMAN & CO., ' ' Vholt"vle Dealers lif Foreign Wineq and Liqorp. poisiestic I. randy, owp uccjino a viiisy, &o? New Brick Block, north of Gooding Ilaw kU, N9rth Water St., East Saginaw, Michigan. . Hav facilities for rectify log wblsVy of ail k'ads, at their stand. W. 2. A Co. ' East f aginaw, April 1, 13CJ.