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lEicbisan Central Railroad.
TASSENGEB TRAINS on the Michigan Ccn
JL tral Railroad, on and after Monday, Not. 4th,
will U ava Dowagiae as follows:
r .' - liiAINS EASTWARD. - f :
Hail Express, .' . - 10:10 A: M.
High Express, - " - 10:45 P. M
Mail Express, " - . . : - 6:0 P. 11.
'ight Express, - - 6:00 A.M.
Freight and Stock Trains pass this Station aa
Stock Express,
7:55 P. M.
Through Freight,
2:25 P. M.
1:15 P. M.
1:15 P. M
8:30 A. M.
Way reigat,
Way Freight, - - - - -Throurh
Freight, " .
Emigrant and Express Freight,
4:00 A. M,
R. N. RICE. Gen'l. Sunt.
Apprentice Wanted. A good boy,
from 15 to 18 years of axe. wha has a fair common
school education, and who is not too proud to earn
his living, and learn a good trade, is wanted im
mediately at this office to learn the Printing
" Notice. The Ladies Mite Society
will meet at the residence of S. Bowling, on
Friday afternoon and evening next, Feb. 21st, 1362.
All are cordially lurked to attend. .
. ' , Mas. Cabbxk Clabx, Sec'y.
Souiks Aid Circle. -The next
public meeting of the ''School Girls Aid Circle"
will be held si the residence of Richard Iledden,
on Monday eTening next, February 17th, 1SG2.
All are'cordially invited to attend. - ' .
Mjss Osts Jxwell, Sec'y.
df The thirteenth regiment, Michi
gan Infantry, CoL Shoemaker, passed through this
Tillage on Wednesday last, on their way to Louis
ville, Ky. They were a fine looking body of men,
and appeared to be highly elated with the prospect
f going into active service.
Thb Volunteer Relief Bill.
We publish in this issue the Volunteer Relief Bill,
as amended and passed at the late session of the
Legislature. It takes effect April 21st. Sapeivi
aor and others will Gnd it an advantage to acquaint
themselves with its provisions at as early a day as
possible. . - ;
Death of a Michig ax Soldier.
A letter from Lieut. Dnfoe, of the Cass County
Guards, states that a member of that Company, a
young man from Battle Creek, named James
Shafer. died at Tipton, Mo., oa the 29th ulu, of
typuiod fercr. His remains were sent to his par
ents at Battle Creek, the expenses being defrayed
by the members of the Company. .
Thanks. -We have .received from
D. W. Clemmer, Orderly Sergent of Company M,
1st Michigan CavalryV two very fine photographs,
ne a "family group," consisting of himself, CapL
R. C. Denison. Lieuts. Sprague and Ileazlit, and
Private Luman Roberts, . the other a picture of
himself, for all of which he will please accept our
We are also under obligations to lieut Dufce
and 1L B. Mackin, of Co. E, 1st Regiment Douglas
Brigade, for late St. Louis papers and other favors.
The Little Pilgrim.- AVe neglected
last week to notice the receipt of the February
number of this neat little paper. . It is designed to
interest, instruct aud improve the children, and
that its mission is eminently successful, it is only
necessary to say that it is edited by the talented
authoress, Grace Greenwood. It is priutcd on ex
cellent paper, and very tastefully embellished.
The following' are the terms of the Pilgrim : 50
cents a year for single copies ; 5 copies for $2 ; 14
copies for f5, and one to the getter np of the club ;
24 copies, and one to getter up of club, for $3 50
copies 'for 15. Always payable in advance.
Address L . K., Lippineott, S19, Walnut Street,
Philadelphia. '
1 .
American Agriculturist. -We are
in receipt of the February nnmber of this valuable
agricultural paper. It is fully np to all that was
promised by the editor in commencing the twenty-
first volume. The choice selection of - readinz
matter, peculiarly adapted , to the wants ' of the
farmers, its valuable recipes, with its earnest de
Totedness to the cause of agriculture, has long
rendered this the most popular and reliable journal
piblisbed. All subscribers to the Agriculturist
for 1862, will receive, . upon application to the
editor. Orange Judd, four or five parcels of choice
garden or field seeds. The distribution of seeds
will commenc the latter part of the present month,
and all persons wishing a supply of these seeds
should subscribe immediately. ' By an arrangement
with Mr. Judd, we are enabled to furnish the
Ayriculttrist for the low price of eighty cents per
annum. . - Those who' do not wish to subscribe
through us, can address Orange Judd, 41 Park
Row, New York.
U. S. Mail Lettixgs. The Post
Master General having advertised in the usual
manner for proposals for conveying the Mails in
this State,' for four years, commencing Joly 1st,
1902: we subjoin a description of such of the
routes as any of our home readers would be likely
to feel interested in. Proposals are to be pnt in
before Monday; March 81st, 1862. For particulars
in regard to proposals, guaranties, Ac, apply at
the Post Office: ' -. ;' ; '
12599. From Dowacriac. by I.a Grange. Cassapolis,
Liberty Church. Edwardsburgh and Adams-
Tille. to Elkhart, ind., 31 miles and back,
six times a week. ?
-. Leaves Dowagiae daily, except Sunday,
-..at.8 a. m. " . ' "
. Arrive at Elkhart by 5 p. m.
".Leave Elkbart daily, except Sunday, at
- 10a. m. .- .
Arrive at l)nwriae bT 7 n. m.
2601. From Cassapolis, bT Brownsville and Yan
dalia t Jiewburgh, 14 mi'Jes and back, twice
week- -
Leave Cassapolis Tuesday and Friday at
' t p.4. - ' - ' - -
. . Arrrive u Slewburzh bT 5 p. ra.
" aTw i"1',,rKtt Tuesday and Friday t
Arrive at Cassapolis by 12 m.
12602. From Pickett's Corners to La Grange, 5
miles and bolc once a week. "
Leave Pjcketfa Corners Friday at J a. rn.
1 '. Arrive at La Grange by 11 a. nv.
m . Leave La Grange Friday at 12 m. ."
Arrive at Pickett's Corner by 2 p. m.' - '
12553. Frm Constantine, by Mitt Creek and
- " Shave Head, to Williamsrille, 13 miles and
, back, once a week. .
; Leave Constantine Saturday at 1 p. m. Y
' Arrive at WiUiamsvitle by 5 p. nu . ''
Leave WUliamsviUe Saturday at 8 a. m.
- Arrive at Constautine by 12 m. -!2507.-From
Becatur, by Little Prairie Ronde,
Marcellus and Uowardsville, to Three Rivers.
- r31Vi miles and back, once a week
- Leave Decatur Thursday at 7 a." m.
Arrive at Three Rivers by 5 p. m.
, Leave Three Rivers Wednesday at 7 a m.
-' Arrive at Decatur by 5 p. m.
As soon' as tha above arrangement takes effect,
wa shall re-commence the publication of the
BarcauCAX on Thursday, as by this means all onr
subscribers will receive the paper the same week
is published. '. ;
Annnal 31eetlng of the Northwestern
. - . v Conference. . - -
The annual meeting of the North
western Conference of . Universalists
convened with the Universalist society
in Dowagiae, Mich., January 21, 1862 ;
and was called to order by Rev. C. P.
West, and prayer was offered by Rev.
J. Davis. The President and Secre
tary being absent, President Weston
was elected Chairman and W. II.
Gage, Secretary pro tern. . .
Annnal report of the Board of Di
rectors called for and read by Record
ing Secretary, J. II. Tolhill ; adopted.
Upon motion, a Business Committee
was appointed ;-Revs. W. II. Ryder,
J. II. Swan, J. Davis, D. P. Liver
more, and Mr. Justus Gage appointed
as such committee. " ' ;
Conference adjourned. . -
Called to order by the Chairman.
Upon motion, a committee to nomi
nate officers lor the annual election
was appointed, consisting of T. " A.
Granger, Rev. Jactb Stroup, and Rev.
J. P. Weston. . '
Committee on Business offered the
following preamble and resolution, as a
partial report:
Whereas, There are many Univer
salists scattered throughout the North
western states who would gladly iden
tify themselves with the interests of
our olessea religion were opportunities
furnished for this purpose ; therefore
Resolved. That the Executive Com
mittee be authorized to adopt some
more efficient and energetic measure
to organize our denominational forces
in the Northwest, and . establish our
cause in the destitute portions of the
moral vineyard ot our Lord Jesus
Christ. - 7 , . .. - ' . '.
Motion made and " supported, to
adopt, aud remarks made at length by
most, of the clergy and delegates, upon
the necessity of more thorough organ
ization, and finally the motion was car
ried. : - ,
Report of the Treasurer called for
and read . by Rev. J. H. Tuttle, Re
cording Secretary, the Treasurer, being
absent. Report referred to an auditing
committee, consisting, of Revs. Thos.
Wheeler, C. P. West and C. P. Nash.
Moved that the three Lombard uni
versity scholarships now" belonging to
the Conference, be deposited with the
President of Lumbard University, to
be used in the education of young men
in indigent circumstances who arc in
tending to enter the ministry of the
Universalist denomination, which
was carried. .... ,
Conference adjourned until . eight a.
m. of the 23d iust.
- January 23, 1862.-.
- Meeting called to order by the Chair
man, at nine a., m., and Conference
opened by prayer by the Re v. J. II. Swan.
Motion carried, to proceed to the
election of officers by ballot, and the
following officers were elected unani
mously: -. "I
liresuIentEt G. Hall, Esq., Illinois.
Vice-Presidents Revs. N". Crarv,
Ohio ; C. W. Knicfcerbackt r, Mich.;
Josiah Davis, -Ind.; G.' W. Lawrence,
Wis.; J. o. Dennis, Iowar E. C.
Payne, Minn.; W. B. Linell, III. ;.
Treasurer A. G. Throop, Esq., III.
Cor. Secretary A. IX Guild, Esq.,
Illinois. -
Hec. Secretary Rev. J. II. Tuttle,
Illinois. - -
Exi Committee Rev. W. II. Rvder,
Rev. D.'P. Livormore, Benjamin Lom
bard, Esq., of 111. :
1 The Auditing Committee report the
report of the Tmasurer correct. Mo
tion prevailed that it be adopted.
Motion carried, that .the clergymen
having the-fellowship of. this Confer
ence be, and they are hereby reques-
to call the attention of their respective
congregations to the necessity of asso
ciated denominational effort. '
Resolved unanimously, that our
clergymen within the bounds of. this
Conference be requested to take up a
collection iu their respective congrega
tions for the purpose of defraying the
expenses of their delegates to the an
nual meeting of this body. '
i Resolved unanimously, that the sev
eral Vice:Presidents of this body are
expected to present to the next annual
meeting of this body,' a written report
on the condition of the causo in the
states which they respectively represent.
Jiesolcedt That the existence: and
successful operation of Lombard Uni
versity is a matter of vital importance
to the Universalist denomination in the
Northwest, that a vigorous effort should
be made to sustain it during the pres
ent civil war and financial crisis, and
that the earnest efforts of this Confer
ence shonld be exerted in its behalf un
til it shall be relieved from its present
financial difficulties. i .- "y
This resolution Called forth consider
able argument, and President We6ton
gave ' a discourse to the Conference
npon tha subject, and eight $100.00
notes were signed iu behalf of, Lom
bard University. : v ' '
Resolved, That an abstract of the
minutes of, this meeting appear in the
New Covenant) and the county papers
of this county, and that othef denomi
national papers in the Northwest be
requested to copy.
Motion carried, that the Executive
Committee be empowered to designate
the place of next annual meeting. ;
Motion carried, that the Executive
Committee select some clergyman to
deliver the Occasional Sermon at the
next annual meeting. - .' - ;'
A reading of these minutes called for
and delivered, and the minutes adop
led. 5 ; . - ' r.'.
' JMotion carried to adjourn. . :
W. H. Gage, Sec., pro tern.
Gest. ' Stoe Arrested. General
Stone, the hero 'of BalPa Bluff massa
cre, was arrested 6.1 Mo:iday last, and
conveyed , to . Fort Lafayette. The
charges against him are, l5t, for misbe
havior at Ball's Bluff ; 2d, for holding
correspondence with the enemy before
and since I5air Blutt battle, and re
ceiving visits from rebe!, officers in b t aJ
camp; 3d, for treacherously suffering
me enemy io ouna a xort since tne oai
tle of Ball's Bluff, under his guns, un
molested; 4th, xf design to oxpose his
force to capture by the enemy, under
pretense of orders for moving from the
Commanding General. - -
Ceneral Pillow in Command at Fort Don-
elsdnStrous Resistance to.be Made.
; St. Louis, Fe W ll.A special dis
patch from Cairo to the Democrat Bays
Commodore Foote lias just received
dispatches from Capt. Phelps-, of the
gunboat Conestoga, announcing the re-,
turn of the gunboat expedition up the
Tennessee river, after capturing a new
rebel gunboat and destroying all other
rebel boats on the river as far as Flor
ence,. Ala.
-The Republican's Fort Henry dis
patch says that a portion of the enemy
encamped . near the ' river have been
moved two miles further baclc, with all
their batteries, from which point the
roads are good, and a speedy forward
movement can be made when desired.
Two more regiments arrived to-day,
and two steamc-rs laden with troOns are
just coming in sight. : - - i !
Ahe enemjr atFort Donelson is being
rapidly reinforced, and prisoners say
they are confident they can hold the
position. Trees are being 'felled two
miles around the fort by gangs of ne
groes. Gen. Pillow commands there
with 2,000 men, embracing soui3 ot the
best artillerists from Columbus. There
are two small forts and three camps
several hundred yards from the main
fortifications, and coming events indi
cate that the eoming battle will be
much more desperate than at Fort
IDied, in Washington on the 7th inst., of con
sumption, JOHN CAMPBELL, brother of Wm.
H. and Robert Campbell, publishers of this paper,
aged Zi years 9 months and 4 days.' ' -" .
Mr.' Campbell was a native of Lockport, Y.,
in which place be resided until within two years of
the time of his death. He was a printer by pro
fession, and for a number of years was editor and
proprietor of the Jfiagara (Lockport) Democrat.
Iu 1S5S he was appointed Canal Collector, for the
Tillage of Lockport, when he retired from the
paper, but still continued to take an active part in
the politics of the country. .For the past two years
be has been employed as proof reader iu the Got
ernment Printing Office at Washington, which
position he filled at the time of his death.. lie
was a warm-hearted, genial eompauion, and an
affectionate father and husband. He leaves a wife
and one child to mourn his earlv death. .
fn Dowao-iac. February 6th. MARY GREEX.
wife of Abel Green, aged iS years 5 months aud
3 days. ' ' .
The deceased was a resident of Canisteo, Stnben
County, N.- Y. She having felt that her time
on earth was 6hort, entertained a very strong
desire to see once more a beloved daughter and
her family, who are residents of this place. And
though her Physician assured her that she could
not survive the fatigue of the journy here, yet
such was her anxiety to see her children, that with
an unwavering confidence in that God in whom
she had so long trusted, . she took her life as
it were in her hand, and started with her only and
beloved son; and through the sustaining grace of
God, she not only lived to share the consolation
of meeting her loved ones on the shores of mor
tality, but of gladening their hearts by her presence
and smiles, for about six weeks before her happy
spirit took its flight to the region of ftlory. And
tjiej in turn had the pleasure of administering to
and sympathizing with a loved mother in the last
few days of her earthly existence. She was ever
true as a friend, confiding and obliging as a com
panion, affectionate and. faithful as a mother, and
she had for over thirty years been devoted and
consistent as a christian. Her end was peaceful,
and wc trust her future will be glorious.
The hnsbaud and children of the deceased, tako
pleasure in expressing their greatful acknowledg
ments to the citizens of Dowagiae, for the cheerful
aid and sympathy extended towards them duriug
the sickness and burial of her, whose absence they
now deeply mourn.
Mother, we loved thee,'
But we knew that thou must die, .
We saw the rose fade from thy cheek,
- The luster from thine eye. .
Thy work is done, thou art at rest,
Thy pains and cares are o'er.
The place that have known thee long
- Will know thee now no more.
'Twere hard, oh, very hard to part
1 With one we loved so dear,
. But oh, we would not wish thee back
To suffer longer here.
So fare thee well mother,
We check the rising sigh,
For he who said to live is Christ,
Declared it gain to die. - .
. ' ' - ".-..' . Mrs. Polly C. Haight.
WOULD respectfully inform the public, that
he has removed his Saloon to the spacious
which have been fitted np in elegant style, and
made into a -..- , ;
in every respect. ' . " ; ' :
kept constantly on hand.
Having catered to the wants of the public for
several years, he is satisfied that he well knows
what is demanded by a discriminating public. --
. - - . WARREX McXAB.
Dowagiae, February 8, 1S62. ' feb8-41tf .
TTTOULD inform the citizens of Dowagiae and
VV the surrounding country, that he has loca
ted at - . . . . . : '
.- Xext door to Huntington's Drug Store. ;
Having had ten years experience in two of the best
shops in the City of New .Vork, he feels no
hesitation in assuring the public that any
thing in his line, will be done in a
attentiou paid to Repeaters, Chronome
t . ters and fine work of all kinds. X
Work done promptly and Warranted.
Dowagiae, February 1st, 1862. ' -febl-41yl
4th & 5th OF EACH MONTH, j
TR. KING has visited Cassapohs regularly
I i A..in ti nasi four TearS. and will KAntimi'i)
to do so on the 1st and 2d of every month, and in
extending his . ride to Dowagiae, hopes, to meet
with as good success in the latter place as he has
hitherto done in the former.
All Work at Detroit Prices, and Warranted.
rgf Office at the . Cextual Hotel," up stairs,
first door to the left.
; Dowagiae Sept. W.18W. , epl9-22yl ;
Dowagiae FricesCnrrent v ;
.-. : Z CO&BECtSDWBBELT. 'i, ;;.4 . 'U,
" ; ' RepuBLiCAif OrncB, I
J: '-'.y- :u . February 15, 1862. f
'.v Flops 4.50 f 5.00 per bbl. ' :
Whbat 75c for Bed ; 85c. for White ; '
Coax cob, 20c. shelled 220. " : ;
. Oats 16c. per bushel. ' .t ,
Potatoe3-25c. per bushel.
Biaks 87c. $1,00 pe bushel i"
nAks 8c. per pound - : ' -. ' , v'
- BtrTsa 10c. per pound. ; - :.. ' -i-1 '
Chicxk5s 4e. 6c. per lb. - v
Tpbkits 5c. 6c per tt. - ;,
: Cbbbbb 8c' BXe. per pound. - ;
; Lard 8c. per pound. ' T; ' .
." Ixoiax Mbal 1.00per cwt." : 4 '
Hides green, Sc. 4c per J ' v
Hides dry, 9c $ 10c per lb. , -
Pklts 25c 1.25 each. ' . . ;
; Wool 8Gc per. R. " ' ,
ArPLKS-Dried, 11,10c per bushel. . -
Apples Dried, (5)c. per lb.1 y '. -
" green 87KC- 50a per bushel. :;; I
.' Eggs !c. per dozen. - -
' Salt fine, 2.50 per bbl.;' coarse, $3.25; 20c.
persack. ' ".. ' '' ' " '
Special Notices.
WLy put off your cure? . If you arc suffering
with the Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, or Weakuess
of the Digestive Orjc&ns, do not delay, but resort
at once to the use of IJooJland't German Billers.
We positively, and unhesitatingly say,' they will
cure you, as they have done with thousand before
yon. For sale by all druggists and .dealers in
medicines at 75 cents per bottle. s i3W2 -
" There's not a trade that's going '
Worth showing
." Or knowing, ':
' . . Like that from glory growing, "
For a bowld sojer boy." , --
Persons leaving for the seat of war should not
be unmindful of their health. - Disease will kill
more of our gallant soldiers '. than the enemy's
bullets. To cure fevers and other sickness p23i:liar
to the climate and camp life, have with you a few
of Ucrrick's Sugar Coated Pills. "; Millions have
tested them. They never disappoint the sick.
Large boxes 25 cents. - -
The Albany Evening Standard says;. . ."Our
popular townsman Dr. Uei rick has supplied gratui
tously all the volunteers which have left the city
for war with his pills. He Jias also, with : his
accustomed liberality, contributed one hundred
dollars towards the support of the families of the
2th Regiment, and offers more if necessary."
Such a man should be respected and patronized.
We are glad to learn that the sole of Herrick's
Pills in Hudson exceeds that of all others combined.
See advertisement on third page. au22-18yl
The regular meetings of Dowaariac Lode
So. 10, F. and A. il.f are held at their Hall
on the first Saturday before full moon of every
month. ' P. D. BECKWITII. W. M. "
A. Ji. Alward. Sec'r.
X. o. o. 1 l
The regular meetings of Dowagiae
Lodge Xo. 57, 1. O. O. F., are held at
'ftiA' their Hall on Thursday evening of
each week, at 7J o'clock. Transient brethren in
good standing are cordially invited to attend.
J. E. Cooper, Sec'y. ': v - -
has just received another New Lot of
- -' : . .- " and ' " ':' ' -..
of the most beautiful and desirable patterns,
consisting of .
, : GROUNDED, &c., &c
Customers cannot fail to be satisfied if they will
call and examine my assortment in this cIhss of
goods. And they can be assured that I will sell
as LOW as any "store in this part of the County
- A. N. ALWARD..
- IJowagiac, October 11th. 1S60. .
Harper's Magazine, for 1862, for '. . $2,00
Atlantic Monthly, ' " . ' ' . -. 2,00
Godey's Lady's Book, : " . : V i 2,00
Peterson's Magazine, ' - ' - - " ". 1,25
Harper's Weekly, one year, for , . 1,80
Philadelphia Evening Post, one year, for . V - 25
New Vork.Weekly World, .. , l,oo
Detroit Tribune, ' ' V' ; V 1,00
. 'Advertiser, : v'. ."--l . 1,00
Having been appointed Agent for all the above
magazines and papers, we are now prepared to
furnish them at the prices named. - ? -V ' :
Apply to . V. ;; - ,W. U. CAMPBELL
- .' at the Postoffice.
Dowagiae, January 1st, 18C2." :, .;
Scriven's "Advertisements. . ':
: STANDARD;-:; r, p:
S . C A '- X' E S
Fairbanks & Greenleaft
172 iiAHI Mitt. 11.1, tAlllAUVF, ...
And corner of Main and Walnut Sts., SL Louis.
THE subscriber would respectfuliy inform the
citizens of Dowagiae and vicinity, that be is
manufacturing LUMBER of all kinds, and stands
ready to till bills for Houses, Barns, Ac, at short
notice. Having a supply of Studding, Joist.
Boards, Ac, on ban a, also, a quantity of good
Logs on the Yard, he feels confident that all tbose
wanting Lumber at short notice and a good article
will receive entire satisfaction by giving him a call;
pgr Mill situated oncmile west of Dowasiae on
the Creek, - JOHN H. OA KLEYv Jr.
Dawagiac, October 25th, I860. oot25r27tf
y ' D HAFTS, .;.
ON England; Ireland, France, and all parts of
Germany, 'nfcj -BankeV;' V
. fjist or IiCUcrs '
REMAINING in the' Dowagiae Post Office,
February 15th, 1S62. ; , . : .
Allen, William . . Minor, John K 2 ! " V. t
Bonghton, Samantha - McCoy, Campbeli l-".
Miss 2 i 4 J - Marti o, Orlando ; '
Buzzard, John W : v'-' . . Prool, Die C Mrs
Blanks, Edgar . : Parker, C T ' ' ;
Church, A B v Radford; William
Cook. George , ' - - Spriugstien, Levi
Curtis, GD2' ' " T ; Seely, T P Dr
Dav, A W - -'-x Spencer, Amajane Mrs
Dur, Henry " ' Sibley, J F . :
Edwards, Lewis- - - .:.l'inkham, R ' -
Farmer. W S - ; . ; Tavlor, J F v .
Fish; ME. . ; w . ,; Watkins, Wm J - V
Gee, John , x Wright Sara A -Miss .
Glenel Vandan .'. . Wheeler, James '. .
Gray, Louis Mrs . " Webb, FH " . . '
Gates, Henry C .Williams, C S ' - - .
Hill, BF . ' " -
Commissioner's Sale id Chancery. '
IN pursuance of a decretal order of the Circuit
Court, for the County of Cass, in Chancerv.
entered January 20th. A. D. 18C2, at the suit of
ueny 11. . toouage, vomplainant, against Julia
Earl, Betsey Pratt, Jacob Reese and Jacob S.
Reese, Defendants, and to me directed, I shall s'ell
at public auction,' at the outer door of the Court
House of said County, in the village of Cassapolis
in saia iouniy oi uass, oa tue Z4tn aay oi Jarcn
next, at one one o'clock in the afternoon of said
day, all, or so much of the following ; described
parcels of land, as shall be sufficient to raise the
amount due. to the , Complainant for principal,
interests and costs, in this cause accordiusr to the
aforesaid decree, which said land 3 are situate, lying
and being in the County of Cass and State of
Michigan, ar.d known and described as follows,
to wit: Lot numbered ninety in the village of
iiawartUDurgn. ; - . .-.
tSSTTsama Cash. " ' - " ' : ' '
' ' Circuit Court Commissioner
H. H. Collidge, Solicitor in personum. - -"-Dated,
February 14th, 1862. r - feb!5-43w6
Commissioner's Sale in Chancery.
IN pursuance of a decretal order of the Circuit
Court, for the Countv of Cass.' in Chancerr.
entered January 20th, A. D. 1802, at the suit "of
nenry ti. v-oonage, t-omplamonl, against Joseph
Hirons, Defendant, and to me directed, I cliall ex
pose for sale, at public auction, at tha outer dor
of the Court House of Baid County, in the village
of Cassapolis in said County of Cass, on the 2tth
day of March next, at one o'clock in the afternoon
of said day, all, or so much of the following des
cribed parcels of land, ns shall be sufficient to raise
tue amount due to tne Complainant for principal,
interest aod cost, in this cause according to the
aforesaid decree, which said lands are situate. lvin
and being. in the. County , of .Cass, and State of
.Michigan, ana Known and described as follows,
to wit : The north-west quarter of the north-east
quarter of section thirty-two, in township seven,
south of range fifteen west." . j ' t ;
EST" Terms CasbL ' . 1 . "
Circuit Court Commissioner.
Charles Jewett, Solicitor for Complainant.
Dated, February 14th, 1862. y f febl5-4
.' PKOBATE NOTICE. v ' ' '
STATE OF MICHIGAN County of Cass Pro
bate Court. Whereas application has been
made to the said court by Joseph Jones, Adminis
trator of the estate of Rolef D. Crego, deceased,
for the final settlement of his administration ac
counts in said estate t '
And, whereas, no commissioners have been
appointed to examine and adjust the claims against
said estate : Notice is therefore hereby given, that
the second Saturday in March next, has been
npjiointed by said court for examining and adjus
ting the claims against said estate, and for the tinal
Fett'.eir.ent of the fame, at the Probate Oilicc, m
Cassapo'im,' of said tonnty, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon, at which time" and place all pivuns
baivug claims against said estate will present Uiem
to said court for final settlement.
And it is hereby ordered that the above notice
be published iu the Cass County Republican, once
in each week for four weeks in succession immedi
ately preceding said settlement. ;'j
C. SHANAHAN, Judge of Probate.
February 8, 1802. - , . febl5-43w4
STATE OF MICHIGAN County of Cass: ss.
At a session of. the Probate Court for tlie
County of Cass, holden at the Probate Oli ce, in
Cassapolis, on Wednesday the twelfth dav of
February, in the year one' thousand ei;ht hun
dred unil sixtv-two. Present, Clifford Shauahan,
Jude of Probate. In the matter of the estate of
Prentice E. Chamberlain, deceased. On reading
and tilinjr the petition duly verified, of A daline
ChamberUiu,praying for letters of Administration,
on the estate of said deceased. - -
Thereupon it is ordered, that Saturday, the
eighth dav of March next, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon, be assigned for the hearing of said
petition, and that the heirs at law of said deceased,
and all other pcrsot3 interested in said estate, are
raouireu to f:;ipcr at a session of said court, then
to be Lolden at the Trobate Office in Cassapolis,
and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of
the petitioner shouldnot be granted. ' v " :
And it is further ordered, that said petitioner
give notice to the persons interested in said estate,
of the pendency of said petition and the hearing
thereof, by causug a copy of this order to be pub
lished in the Cass County Republican, a newspaper
printed and circulating iu said County of Cass, for
turee successive weeKs previous to said dav ol
hearing, j C. SUANAUAN, ,
A true copy. - Judge of Probate. .
February 12, 1362. - . - . febl5-43wS "
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GOOD Supply of CANDY' and NUTS at tha
bakery. a. . nnn..u
Bay Goods Cheaper
-F-Mv: m;c' :
Xhaii' an v House in Town.
r - I keen on hand a larce and choice stock of
: Mechanics' .Tools and Stockt
. TRIMMINGS, Ac.:' In i?t all Miscellaneous
Goods usually kept in a Hardware Store. :
I have also a large variety of. . . , . - , ;
Cook, Parlor1 and Box Stoves,
of Albany Manufacture, which are warranted V
4 . ;. , -: as represented. .
I am Sole Agent for theolowing goods : ;
.. -The Justly Celebrated Air Tight
Stewart Cook Stove,
. acknowledged to be the best Stove in the world.
Congress and Troy Pure." White "Leads, (snow
white,) Passaic, Zinc, Paint, and am just in recipt
of a nc.vly discovered article called BENZOLE, a
substitute for Turpentine, warranted to be better
aud at far less cost to the consumer. ; - "
' I also keep Pure Linseed and Kerosene Oils,
Turpentine, -Varnishes, Ac., and a full assortment
of Painters Tools and Stock. ; ,
: . I am selling a Pure article of 7,,' .
K ER-O. S E 1ST .E,
- Warranted A No. 1 and Non-Explosive, ...
For 60 Cents Per alIon.
-. 'Having Good -Workmen, I am prepared to do
all kinds of Job Work 'in Tin or .Sheet Iron, iu a
good workmanlike manner and upon short notice.
- Be sni-e you call at the New Brick Hardware
Store ' at North end of Sanare. and nox-t door tn
HwBigelow'8 Furniture tore. .. :-v -..
N. B. A 11 goods are warranted as represented.
Rugs, Pewter, . Copper and. Old Iron taken in
exchange for goods. . .. . ---
' ' " F. II. ROSS.
Dowagiae, hov. 21, lgl. " mar2a-v3-49tf -
VAf:RIPERS' y::-r
ON account of the extensive business which the
subscribers have been doins. thev have been
obliged. to enlarge their Mill, and build New
Machinery in order to accommodate their many
customers-. And hoping that they will receive a
liberal patronage from their - old friends, ' they
would agiiia issue their call for Wool for mauufac
turininto i .. ... .-', . . J :.
Cassaiiieres. ' leaii's',
Blankets, 'Flannels,
which will be manufactured at less than the
: j... usual rates. - .' . .. .-
Also on hand, a larse supply of Manufactured
Goods, which cannot be equalled for wear, to , "
Esclaaiigre for Wool.
The very best of . " ; ' - . -' -
will be done for those who will bring Clean Wool.
IT. B. Bring on your Wool as fast as possible.
G. & J. J. VAN RIPER. .
LaGrange, May, 1860. ' maj-Sl-Ctf
H !A. R ID W A. R E ,
E have now on hand aud shall constantly
keep a large assortment of, : . , :-
ot various patterns, among which may be found
the celebrated New Patent Elevated Oven Cook
Stove, known as Till: UX1TED S TA TS. This
stove is pronounced, by those who have given it a
tair trial, to oe secona io none in xne country.
.-We have also several ether patterns of- Cook
stoves warranted to gie satisfaction. Also a gen
eral assortment of - .-v- :.;
nails, .. :
IROK, v : : ' '
glass, ' -r' -1 --v-V"
- ,SASII, " - . ; :
f?r:- DOORS,
Carpenters'. Tools, Foreign and Domestic Cutlery,.-
Cross-cut Saw-Mill, and Circular Saws, Tin
ware of all descriptions.- ' .'- ---'" -
:. Our Prl&s Shall Give Satisfaction !' '
".'-' i SPRAGUE A nAWKS.
April 23, 1359 ... . . ; -. -: , apl23-lyl
OFFERS his Professional Services to the au
reus of Dowainac and surrounding couutry.
Having had over twenty years experience in the
Profession, feels confident of giving Satisfaction
in nil liranr.hpa of TVntistrv.' 1 am tirpnared with
the New and Improved CRYSTAL GOLD FOIL,
J3PAU Work Warranted. Terms Cash; Office
over Mr. Bails' Provision Store, Front Street,
Dowagiae. - . " '" ';- . - ,
Dowagiae, November 22d, 1860. nov22-31yl
WOULD announce to the citizens of Dowagiae
and vicinity, that they have become perma
nently located in their . . , . .. .' -. . , ; . . ;
Iciv -SUcat jllarket, ;
One door west of the , Post Office, where their
customers can always depend on finding every
in alQru fif mlt nsitntlv Vfrvt in a firt
" "'- - j , . i -
nlnsa market, no naiiis will be snared in urocurinc
the best quality of meats. , .
jg"Cash paid for fat stock and all kjnd of
couutrf produce. 1 ,i j - '
Dowagiae, Dec. 2'jth, 1859. dec29-36tf - v -
To all whom iOriay Concern. . :
fit. absolutely necessary thaf, tny 'Books be
squared up to the 1st of January I hope every
one who is in my debt will call and settle at once,
I cannot afford to let your accounts ntnnd over. ;
- . . I III 1 TT '
December 51, 16ol, ; ; . ' - ' jan2-37tf " -
M IL K. - mi l k:
T fllTU ...,'lM- renniA infnrm 1.1 1 eit,i-
JL icns of Dowagiae, .' that he" is prepared toi
imr i it ...v... .:n v. ;.t
mrnisn .miiv w
- Tare Milk is Warranted. -
- 1 . ; RUSSEL McKEE
Dowagiae, Jau. i, 1562. ; jan-37m?
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sugar. .. . - . .
Large boxes 25 cents ;
Eve bores for one dollar.
Full directions with eatb.
box; . '
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: - - ' ' Florida, Jul v 17, 1 SCO. J
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- ' - - DR. L. "R. HERRICK A CO., '
' : , --" '" . -. Albany, N. Y.
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by J. WINCHESTER, a John Street, X. Y
Spermatorrhea, or Seminal -Weakness.
This is the only' remedy for Sexual PAllity,
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to six boxes of the SPECIFC PILL will perma
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can Journal of Mfdical Scli nee. .
- "I hare foundtheni nil that cotld be dtired.
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pre-paid.' For sale at the sole General Depot iu
tho United States, by.
- r- J..W1SCUESTER,'
decl9-S5yl. . . . M John Street, N. Y.'
THANKFUL; for the liberal patronage I have"
received from the inhabitants of Cass County,
I would respectfully say that X have lately pur
chased a very large " .
o A: ;E r! a
and a good variety of . -' ' ' ;
Cases,'. Gold. Frames, &c.-
and am better prepared to give entire satisfaction,
. - - . : than ever to all who want irool ': r- -
p i a t tj ri Esi
." I nm mnKinf PhofsrHnbs from t-T.HH to ?"?0r
nr dozen. 0al (rold Frnnw n-ith l.il-noa T . Q-
luches for $5,0'..Good Pictni-es from 25 cts. to 5.
Hoping by strict attention and a desire to pleas
to merit the continuance of your favors."" . '
next door t Hototon's Drug Store, Dowatriac,
Mich. ..'.-. - .'. C. M.. OSBORN,
Dowagiae, Sept, 12, 1861. ' sepl'2-21ni3
Ornamental Tainting' f
THE "Undersigned wuld respectfully announce,
to the citizens of IAnragiac and vicinity, that
he is now prepared todo:airkind3 of . . " ,
vHoase, Sign and Ornamental Painting'
in the ?atert and most tirproved stvles.'ot tha
LOWEST CASH PRICES, and witli' the .- '
A share of public patronage is solicited. -
.t"SBOP Over Sqcibb's MAcnrxe SHor:
- -" ' C.'C. CLARlC.
Dowagiae, March 14, 1SG1. ' ' marl4-47m6 .
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POKAGOX, - .- : . . MICH.
Road to Cassapolis, Berrien, St. Joseph aud Ed-
Pokagon. April th. l'Jf-l
ASH Paid for LARD at the Bakerv.
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