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Democratic &iutc !omliinlloiis. ' . For Governor - ' ALPIIEU3 8. WILLIAMS. For Lieutenant Onvernor, . JOHN U. PAItKIIURST. For eereUry of Ftate, BRADLKY M. THOMPSON. For Auditor Oeneral, GKORUK SPAILDINO. For Putt Treasurer, LCTHER II. TKASK. . For Superintendent of Publio Instruction, 8 A Ml' EL CLEMENTS, Jr. ' ' For Commissioner of State Lund Office, i , LOl'IS D1LLMAN. ' . - - For Attorney Oener&l, OKUKUK OKAY. For Member of State Board of Education, ' . - JOHN .W. MRCHMQRE...; .. For Representative !n Cone res, Sixth Distilot, JULIUS K. T.OsK.a r " For fctate Seustor. 26i District, JOHN K CHKESMAN. For Representative, 2d Distrct, - . , UEORQE A. FLINDERS' '. ' . 'i ' - '- ' County Tloltot. For Sheriff, EPHRAIM W. LYON. . Por County Clork, . , '.J' - HEM AN B. FERRI3. ' ' For County Treasurer, THOMAS L JACKSON. Fr Registered Peed", ROLLA QLOVKR. ' For Prosecuting Attorney, DAN P. FOOTE. For Circuit Court Commissioner, JOHN J. WHEELER. . , ' - - For Couoty Survevor, LEWIS LCEKFLLU. . - ' For Coroner. ' ' ' ' f i - GEORGE J. NORTHROP, 1 JONATHAN S. ROUSE, GREAT NATIONAL UNION RALLY. Able and Tolling Speoch of lion. Geo. C. Bates, of Chicago. Hon. Geo. C. Bates, of Chicago, -whose eloquence is over earnest and patont in . behalf of the Union, ad dressed an immenso assemblage at Jackson's Hall, in this city, last Tues day evening, ia favor of the National Union causo. His remarks, which wore fair, candid and logical, and free from all manner of abuse, vilification or denunciation, wero well received by all present, and the most earnest of tho radicals freely awarded him the credit of entire candor and truthful ness. His argument was unaswera blo, and every statement substantiated by proofs that could not be gainsayod. Comparod with the senseless drivel of the Hon. John F. Drigga at tho same Hall on "Wednesday . evening, about grand mothers and sick children, land grant roads with no land to build them, pet legislation for Lake Supo lior and the constitutional amendment, which be and every other man who is posted, knows can never bo adopted. Mr. Bates' spocch was indeod " a feast of reason." . . Colfax. Speaker Colfar, who, if wo credit what the Radical organs say, is " one of the ahlflat and most prominent " radicals in the country, addressod not an " immense crowd" n the foxy reporter makes it, but a decent sized gathering say 300 poo-J pie on the Bancroft IIouso corner, TVodnesday afternoon. . We are aware that it is hard to interest a crowd in an argumentative political speech, but it was an insult to tho intelligence of this section, for this gTeat gun to palm oil upon his hearers such a mclan go of stale denunciation, vituperation and twattle as ho indulged in for two mor tal hours. The sum and substance of his assertions wore, that any man who thought, acted or votod contrary to his ideas of right, was a rebel and a trai tor. If the Hon. S. C. has ability ho certainly gave no sign of it here, but ho roared like a bull-calf, cut all man ner of gosticulatory antics, and the small street crowd wero as much ela ted as they would have boon over a dog-fight New Dnra Store. L. Simoneau too woll and favorably known hero to requiro any notice at our hands and C. Summerfield have opened an ele gant and extensive Drug Storo at No. 212 Gonosce street, opposite Everett House, where they propose to sell at -wholesale and rotail, all manner of goods in thoir line of trado, and at tend as well to the prescription as to the weightier particulars of tho busi ness. Their stock of goods in new, fresh, and particularly noticeable for its judicious selection and tasteful ar rangement. " Shivery, shaky, Isn't U cold 1 " But it don't matter ; our friend BcocnouT, North "Water Street, has as usual at this inclement season and at what particular time within' tho past throe months, has it not been in clomont a labyrinth of stoves and general heating apparatus, that will laugh Old Boroas or any othor cold customer to scorn. His lino," as the drummers say, is in this respoct, en thusiastically comfortable, and he has much other hardware also. RsoisTftiTiox. Read the Registra tion Notice at the editorial hoad of this papor. Hext Saturday is the one and only day. The places in the sev eral Wards are statod ; in the notice. Voters who have removed from one ward to another, must register anew in the ward whore they now reside o they cannot rote. I,ost-10 Upward. -V Ttinn.U. VuVr K5th. a Calfskin Tu yj V ailet, containing a bote fur SI 50, given ty Voll VandeWKlen W Jobm n. uugnci, an ac count of 486 44, of Volt A Vaaduhadea against Iiao lavkr, aMigneil to J, V. Jiugbee eau :i In two S10 rreenbacks no other pa pert Tea Julian roware will be given for the recorery of the property. All person are nercoy warnei agalut purchasing the note and account aj pay uout luereoQ ns oeeu sioppeo:. JOHN D. HUGHES Saginaw, Oct. T?, 13CC. 378t2. CHANCERY BALE. TN PURSUANCE and by virtue of X decretal order sale, iuade by the Circuit Court, for the eountyw saginaw, in Chancery, on the bin dav of JulT. A. I- IboO. in ft caiue wherein David Embury la complainant and Theo dore F. Smith U defendant. Nntira U harohv riven, that I ib all fell at pub Ho auction, to Lhi highest bidder, at the rant door of the Court House, in the City of Saginaw, county of Snginaw. and e'tuteef Michigan, at O'clock in the aftornoon or ratuniiiy mo mi uay of December, A. D 1666, all that certain piece Or parcel of land, lying, being and aitnate in the conntrof Suninaw an! State of Michigan, known and described at follows, to-wit t The west half of tho northeast quarter f fection eighteen, (18) InTownabip ton. (10) nHh of ranire oil, (6) eaot JOHN J WHEELER, Circuit Court Cotnmuu'.oner for Snginaw County. Ml h. Dated, October 16, I960. . 376wr ONE OP THE GREATEST Catuet of ill health la costirenoai, or ladlgeitloa It hu for iti eff.-prlng; dytpepal, with all 1U at- tendant iniareiei, taub M sick headache, sour stomach, no appetite, bo energy, in fact, complete prostration. Coo's Dyspepsia Core is sovereign remedy; why do you not who are suffering, make the experiment of the trial of a single bottle; It costs but ft trifle to taate it, aad will surely bring you relief. '' BUSINLSS EDI CATION within the reach of all' ' Tba L'nirn Rninnt College ai OKartin, fl-. offers advantages surpacrod by none. Tuition and board can be bad at about one-balf the usu al rate and the large corps of teachers employed secures much personal attention to each student. The TeleSrspb Department, under the manage ment f first class telegraph men, is fitted up ithout regard to expence. Do not fail to send for ft circular before going ehewhere. JG37We noticed a few days since ft largo amount of seasoned lumber of superior quality, at the Yard of Gallagher, Mead St Doer Ing, in this city. : It is thoroughly seasoned, harj ing been stuck up for twe years. It consists of Dressed Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, and finishing lumber. Persons who are building will do well to call and see this rery desirable stock of lumber' ERUOIIS OP YOUTH. AGEXTLKMAN who suffered for years from Norvous Debility, Prematurft Decay anu all the effects of youthful Indisoretion, will for the sake of suffering humanity, send fro 3 to all who need It, tho receipt and directions for making tho semple remedy by which ho was cured. Sufferers w lab ing to proCt by the adrer- twer's experience, can do so by addreming, in perfect confidence, JOHN B, OGDEN. No. 13 Chambers St , New York. (3G3-n-3.) Additional Bounties. The Attor ney General bos decided that Soldiers can em ploy Attorneys to collect for them tho bounties due under tho recent act of Congress. Messrs. Thompson A Flanders of this eity, are experienc ed Claim Agents and have superior facilities for collecting these bounties. Soldiers and others having ' cUlmi nfair it the Govcrnuont will do well to employ thcra - GOLD PENS, BEST ASSORTMENT! INTOWIT, at "" ' LEWIS' STATIONERY STORE Bliss Block. THOMPSON & FLANDERS, LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, AND General Insurance Agency. PnAPi.tT M. Tunyr-so, UeonGB A. Flasdf.rs, Office orer C. K.Roblnnon A Co.V Bank, No. uenc5ee Mrect, r.at baginaw. Particular Attention given to tho Collection of pENsiosf, Bountifs and All Claims against the U. S. ' v Instructions have been 'given by the War Do- partutenl and must be Literally followed, for ob taining Additional Bounties under tho act of Oon grcas, approved July 28, 18G6. Messrs. T. A F. through their personal acanaln- tanco with the Departments at Washington, have superior lucimus for securing a speedy settle ment of all claims presontod by them. Th.y rn.ke out and a.ljuxt All OfUtr't At. count; and obtain Ctrtijleatei of tfon-lndcbt-tdnttt, with promptness and on liberal terms. East Saginuw, Oct. 18, 18CC. 376-tf. 1JOOK-UINDINO. ALBERT II. FRE Y, NO. J313, Gencsoo Street, MAKES BLANK BOOKS Of al! Kinds, for Banking, Railway, Commercial or other purpose Magazines, Tapers and Famphlets bound to or der. Ruling done In any style. Old 1 Zoom c1omii1 In ft neat and substantial stylo FirH Class Pressing Mitchine and ample facilities for doing every clans of work. 375. HARRIED, At Tontlse, on tho 30th utt.. by tho Rev Mr. rietoher.Mr.il P. MERRILL, of this city, to Mom LAVBA C. UR0W, of FefttUo. FOR SALE CHEAP TF -APPLIED FOR SOON, an En- J- glne in complete order, Cylio lor 11x20 Inches, with everything lMloi8:in thereto, as good at new. BARTLETT A MORRIS, 376w3 ' ' Pioneer Iron Works, Corner of Water and Maaon SU , East Saginaw. TLDSON'S QO ERX0R VALVES AH sites I t theae eelebrited Valves mnv I found at tho PIONEER IRON WORKS, Kurt Saginaw. H e bnvo ft direi t agency from tho Patentee, and can furnixh tliom at the very low.st prices. Call and examine thnrn at our Foundary and Machine Shop, on South Water Street. 13itr:i:itvn youh iMir.K.-TiiK CONG II ESS TIK ENVELOPE, ft tery uop ful article for filing parra. allsises,for pigeon holes or tut tho rocket. For salo by Q FRED. LEWIS, XewStatlonery Store, Bliss Block BIG- RUSH II Ii Harrison & Co.'a IE3EotXf30 FusiusmnG EMPoniuM 1 EMPIRE BLOCK, East Saginaw ; ' HOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY. THEY HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARaE STOCK. or Croo orj', GlanHvnro, r 4 Cnrpctti, v j , , nml . . S oil oiotiiM. Ico CIlOM, 3IIf01'M, 11 n ted Wttro, And ft General Assortment of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Cnll )illrk nml ftrritrn some ol lue UitrKHiii now oiri'rvd uy 1I.L IIABUISON 4 CO. II. It. PItOCTOIt'S JEWELRY STORE E3 WHERE MAT BE FOUND ME HD & SILVER WATCHES HICII JEWCLKV, SILVER &, PLATED WARE. OUR STOCK s tug most co.Tiri.irrn In the Vslley, and we mean AT ALL TIMES .TO HAVE IT SO WE MAKE TUB Spoctaclo Trado a Speciality, And our experience in that lino la Second to None in tho State. WE HAVE THE PERiSCOPIC AND GROUND PEBBLE Together with all the different kinds of lens used ' r fur the eyes.. s Opera & Field Glasses. , . i . ... The Watch Bcpairing Department 13 UNDER OUR OWN PERSONAL CHARGE, And wo can assure onr customers thnt their time-pieces will be CAREFULLY HANDLED, and returned to them rorrtrt, and In such condi tion as will rive them perfect Nut isfa-t ion. We keep constantly on hand ft largo cssortmcnt of American "VVatoli MatoriaLs, And can make to order any part NE IV to tho Celebrated American Watch. EEMOVAL, REMOVAL! B 0 0 T ;& : S- H 01 S TORE iR EH O V E D T 0 r milE COPARTNERSHIP HERE- J. tofore existing between Ward and South wick is this dnv diivolved by mutual consent All liabilities and debts due for Tobacco and Cigars will bo settled by W. H. Soutbwick, All liabili ties and di-bts duo for Bolting will be settled by William Ward. WILLIAM WARD, ' W.H.SOUTHWICK. Angnut, 19C6. The Tobaoe and Beltina; business will bo con tinued at the old stand by SOUTH WICK A CO. HA-ITIS INHUUACi:. The Woichants In3. Company . OPIIARTFORD, . STILL IN THE FIELD. SOUND AS EVER THE Undersigned as Agents of this Company are prepared to I.-sue Policies on as favorable tnrmm mm hv n olh.p Miund CuDinanv. LoMes promptly adjusted and pnid4t our office. ' PERKINS A FOX, Ajrenta. 373yl Exchaaje Block, fcsst Saginaw, Mich. MOTY'H f-XVon8seB Street. Y" sir. The Business will bo o of The Business Ca r rled ;on by the Firm Complete Assortment ; ' ' ' j P . p , . , . . Boots, Shoes and all Goods in the line for the Spring Trade. GOODS SOLD AT As Low asany legitimate House in the West. U Y YOUR IES. O C2 Sal 121 GENESEE STREET, V sign of the "IRREPRESSIBLE YANKEE." djtji Is eayy to ofiemte sitliaf or standing Injnresno (ir mentM, and does its work to perfection in from two to fo'ir minutest ! durable, and is the only wsshing mabine that is liked the belter the longer it it vied. Recommended as the vrnr rr, by Solon Itobiruon, Orsrjre Judd, rrofeasor Vouinans, and m:tny other prominent men. R, U. I5KOWNIXO General Ajrent, 32 Courtland Street, New York, (Oppoaiu Mtrcksnt's Hol ) 3E3E3S3 3E3IjaL3 IE3Z3ES" 3H5--IES STOCK IN THIS MARKET. BOOTS & SHOES 1 . , v c t . CHAS. H. SMITH S CO. Wholosalo and Retail Dealers ia 1 . BOOTS, SHOES The larf est and best assortment la this vicinity at Inelr StORLHl EMPIRE BLOCK South Water1 Street. A general assortment of LADIES, MISSES And ChiUrens' Fine Goat, Calf, Kid, and r. - r. - : .) LASTING GOODS From tho beet Manufacturers. Z MENS BOY AUD YOUTHS CALF BOOTS ! ! BALMORALS GAITERS, Lumbermen's Boots, 19 inch Leg, and Double Sole and Taps, Rafting Boots Kip and Grained Leather, EuOalo Over Shoes, felt Orer Shoes, Artie Over bnoes, voi racks, o. Our lien's Bojs' and Youths' I ; KIP I CALF BOOTS Are of our own manufacture and WAKKANTED. Como here ant buy your BOOTS & 'SHOES! Tho best in stylo and .quality in the it. - ... .' . C1IAS. II SMITH. & Co "Manufactory at liinjjhainton, N. Y FURNITU11E. The Subscribers now offer for rale at tho CITY A UCTION STORE Large and well teleoted stocks of FU RN I TURE, Consisting in part of SOFAS, TETE-A-TETES, LOUNGES, tfOFA SKATKOCKERS, Ll'KEAl'S, TABLES, CENT EH TA IJLES, IJED STEADS, CHAIRS, BED ROOM SETS. What NoU, Hat Racks, Looking Glasses Mattraaces and Pillows. Moul lings. Picturo Frames Mado to Order, Tn nSort. ererttliimr in the furniture line. Ad ditions are tnvte lo thu stock or Uoods onen week, and pnrtios denlrous of rurrhasing: Furni ture will find it for thoir interest to call hero be fore pun.-ua.iiug elsewhere. -.'., J' U. V. UlilsS eX lu. Jan. 1st, 1908 i . . 2CIjl SAGINAW VALLEY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ! ! I FFORDS UNEQUALED FA- 11. cilitios for aoonirinjr n RiisineM Education in a thorough and expeditious manner, and with muih less cost thHn at any other School In tho f tate. ...... Tli course rf study comprises both Theory and rnwtico in Every Department of Lusincss. Student rsn enter at anr time. An Engrlich and Classical Department, en.- briirin tlio uxtutl Academic course of slu.ly. and Oil Puint'ng, Drawing and I'erpe tion, tlio Mcxl era Lsnguitos etc., is in charge of Faithful and Lxperiencod Tencbors. Arrangements are made for a limitad number of pupils of both sexes. Application for admis sion lo this Department must bo made bofore tho opening of earn Terra. fall I arm opens 1st Meunesuny in cpi. Winter ' " - , Dec. ... , Spring M .2J April. For Circular, ete. ' Ad lrev.' W. R. TILLINGIIAST, Principal. ' 337-yl Drawer 89 E. Saginaw. L'fi. 1866 '-XrfSEfc JOIIX IIUTCIIIN(J, Forwarding and Commission Merchant " Afjont for tho Pioneer Lino Saginaw Steamers. A f tnamboat will leare my Dorl., font of flttc- wold Street, 'or J!i(?innw and Day City cveay TUESDAY, THURSDAY and 8ATCRDAY at I'J o'clock A. M. Contracts fur freight made cheaper than by anr other linn. I To Insure despatch on Merchandise arriving fmm the Eat, consign to my caro and send me DnplirMe contracts in order to prevent over charting. ' J0DV m;TCHIKfJ3. Foot of (IrlswoM Street. Detroit Mich. COAL! COAL!! COALI COAL! 1rOR ?tove fr niicksmithing, of different kindf, 1 for sde in flvo or tea ton lots. Cheaper than at ftny other Coal Yard n the Ssjinnw Rirer. O ?. MERRILL, At the Foundry" O. Wf WESLEY, Proprietor, EAST BA. OINWMICU MJO.'SMITII, PBOPBIETOB,! IE 1ST SAGINAW TARSNEY & RICH, DBALEB3 IIST 1 .-.in. Groceries and Provisions, - No 126, North Water Street, . i 3E3;St Saginaw Miiolx. SOLE AGENTS FOR, ' ' v ' . - t' V' I ' ' i , CELEBRATED TOLEDO Ale and Porter. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, THE TRIPLE REMEDIES. COE'S DYSPEPSIA CUKE, THE A orld s proat KomeJy for Dyspepsia, Incliostion, Constipation, Geno ral ril.iliy, Flntulcncy, Want of Appetite, Siik Headache, ii knes (or Nausea) at tho Stomach i Cboh.ra Morln, lNins or Crsmps In the Ftomach of Bowels, and in fact every Disorder that has its oriitin in a disordered state of the Liver. Stomach and Bowels Is presented to tho Pnllio with the full awuranee that it is the safest, sutcnt and best Dyspepsia Medii ine ever known in tho world. It is not a ahinky preparation to be used-as a beverage, but ia ft Mo liclne especially adapted to ft die ensed or Dyspeptic Stomach. The Proprietors Guarantee . a Cure In Every Instance, Whorl tiifcon - thoroughly according to directions, which aoompany each bottle. Clergymen, Pkr sicinns. Merchants, Professional (lent lemon in all stations in life our most eminent tnnn in nulii positions all who have ever used or seen it used, Join lu the wont unlimited praise of its merits; and men and women, old and young r.y the thousand, testify, and will tell yon that it is the most won derful remedy of the nineteenth century, whilst the proprietors wakrast it in every case. Letters reach us every day. from persons In every part of the land, telling f tho miraculous cures it hns performed, whilet our boot physicians are constantly urging us to toll thorn the formula from which tt is made, saying lis c (Tec Is aro wonderful, its success beyond all precedent, and its cures in even tho most cgjrravatod cases, as certain at sunrise. It will stop distress after eating, ia moment' titu, sweeten a sour stomach as soon as it la taken; rolievo pains or ernmps in stomach or bowels insianisnocuxiy, ana enume me uyspcpuo sutiorer, who bns livod Tor yewrs on Graham bread and tho pluineet diet, to eat a hearty meal without fear of any troublo from it. TCe earnestly ask ona trial from every sufferer. Sold by druggists everywhere, at f 1 per Dottle, or 6 Dottles for 13. U. (1. ULuVIlK & COm Proprietors, New Ilaven, Connecticut, 3X O O' JBL 353 X FOR A MEDICINE THAT WILL CURE COUGHS, INFLUENZA. TICKLING IN THE TIIEOAT, WnOOPIXa couair, or relieve consumptive coughs, QUICK AS COE'S eOUGH BALSAM. ...OVER '2 0 0,00 0 BOTTLES Have boon sold in its nativo town, and not a tingle ln6ianco of ita failure is nown. e have In our possession any quantity T Cvrtincatos, some of them from eminent pbysl ians, who have used it in thoir practice, and give it the pre-oui'mooe over any othor compound. ' It Uocs Not Dry Up a Cough, . Cut loosens it, so as to enable the patient to expootorata freely. . U or : Domch InvnrInllj-Curo tlcltllngr inthc TJiroo A Half Lottie ha qten Completely cured the rtwl Stubborn Cough.' nd yet, tbmijrh it is so sure and speedy in its operations, it is perfectly harmless, being purely retr etaLle. It is very agreoablo to the taste, and may be administered to cbildron of any ae, 1ft cases CROUP we will guarantee ft cure if taken in season. - NO FAMILY HIIOULD HE WITIIOUTiIT, IT 13 WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL. ' ' . ( THE PRICE BEINa ONLY" 40 CTS. And if an investment and thorough trial does hot " back up " the above sthatement, ttio onea will be rcfundod. We say this knowing its Merits, and feel confident that one will secure for a home in everr household. Io not waste awar with ctHirhinir when so imnJl an Inveatmet will euro you. It may lo had of any respectable druggist in town, alio will furnish you wl'.h a circular ' of genuine certificates of curea it has made. Sold by dmjiirUts everywhere. U. U. CLARK & CO., New Haven, Ct LYONS PERIODICAL DROPS, The Great Female Remedy for Irregularities, Is a scientifically compounded fluid preparation, of direct and positire action. etter than any pills or powders sure at an limes exeepi wnen loroiujcu ibj me nirvcuvns. jdi t re prepared by mystlf. at my labratory In New Haven, Ct. Having practiced an tho Hospitals of aris and Jx.n Ion. and with over 15 ye.us experience in mis cuy, in lemaie aiseasev ua wvaaorrs. ! of present my French Periodical Imi to the publio as superior to any rerooiiy known aa ft oorreom irroirularities. for surxlrrwions tnd obstructions; ami always reliablo and safe, except when pro Mted In my eh-culsr accompanying each bottle. I have appointed Mr-sr.ra. C. U. Clark U. inlesale dnujiMs of this city, my coneral agcuts for the United Slates. Price II (0 pax Uot.e. Sold hj diuggisti ovory where J. L. LYON, 11. D., Nsw Haren, Ct.