nicLian Central Railroad.
PASSENQER TRAILS ou the Michigan Cen
tral Railroad, on and after Monday, Sot. 4th,
will It are Dowagiac at follow;
.Mail Express, , - - - 10:10 A. M".
r$XLt Express' J J -1 1 j ,10:45 P.M.
- Mai Express,' r H . J: . " 6:10 P. M.
' Jfibt Express - - - :00 A. M.
Freight and Stock Trains pass this Station as
fiUck Sxpress, - - !
Throujh Freight, - - , . "
r "Way Freight, - -
! War Freight, - V
Triuirh Vrei LTht. "
. 7:5t P. M.
2:25 P. M.
- 1:15 P. M.
1:15 P. M.
8:30 A. M.
Emigrant aod Express Freight,
4:00 A. M.
R. N. RICE.Gen'l.Supt.
Apprentice Wanted. A good boy,
from 15 to 18 years of age. who has a fair comm n
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
. Apologetic. One of. onr boj,
becoming patriotic, enlisted in the Niles regiment
- m Monday last, wich, whh a press of job work,
will account for the lack of our usual amount of
reading matter this week.
Notice. The next Social of the
Ladies Cniversalist Society, will be held at the
residence of O. C Jones, on Tuesday evening next.
February 25th, 1362. All are cordially invited to
attend. . .. Miss Jixxib Dicksox, Sec'y
Notice. The Ladies Society of the
Methodist Church of Dowagiac, will meet at the
residence of Mr. Manly, on Friday evening, Feb.
51th. 1863. Teams will be in attendance at Win.
Oriawold'a. All are invited to attend.
" Saras L. Sanders, Sec'y.
7 Godkt's Ladt'6 Book. This valua
ble ladies magazine, the best in the world, for
: March, - ia on our table, filled to the brim with
'. useful, ornamental and instructive information
that every lady needs, 'either in her household or
wardrobe. It is certainly a wonder to us how any
lad can ret along without it. IU literature is of
the highest order, and is unexceptionable iu its
influence upon the family circle, while its engra
vings are superior works of art. Its fashion plates
'are .certainly ahead. 'of-all competitors, both in
nuatber and truthfulness of pattern, and are alone
worth, to any woman of taste and refinement,
. double the price of the magazine, while its cm
V "broidery, music,' drawing lessons, needle-work,
" household receipts,, health department, and the
thousand and one thing to be found in the book,
are certainly a useful addition to any family circle.
By an arrangement with Mr. Codey, we are en
- abled to furnish this superb magazine to our sub
scribers for the low sum of two dollars a year, the
regular price . being three. Published by L. A.
Godey, 823 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.
" ', 1 : - wm . ' ' v
. - ThK CoNTINEXTVL'jJ10STIlLT.--The
March number of this new and popular magazine
is just received. It has met with marked succesa
thus far, and is discussing the great quostious of
the war twith fearlessuess, tact, and ability.
: "Among the Pines," by Olmstead, increase ia
' interest, and gives the reader much new informa
tion in relation to the South. Among the con
tributors to this number are, lion. U. P. Disosway,
' 'R. B. Kimball, A. Oakley Hal!, II. P. Leland,
Bayard Tavlor, Edward Atkinson and Charles C.
Leland. The contents fr March are rich and
Taxied.- The opening paper,,- " Southern Aids to
the North," Is well written and Highly interesting.
'"Is Cottdii KingMa also a" fine article. "Then we
have Gen. Patterson's CamDaizn in Tireiaia."
kifll mrllY Km rmmA villi m.h inlanil Thaaa
with other equally interesting papers, make up a
readable and instructive number. The Continen
ts -tal is published by J. R. Uilmore, 110 Tremont
street, Boston, Charles G. Leland is the editorl
; , ,Tenn One copy, one year, $3,00; two copies,
15,00; three copies, t,00.
- - Sxcdest and Schoolmate.- This
iatef esting Httle monthly 'has Ion been a most
welcome visitor to our tabic. It is most admirably
, adapted; to the wants of the jcliool. and family.
. s. The stories are illustrated, and well cdcnlated to
interest th youthful wind. Original diatenrues.
, . . declamations, music, and carefully prepared mis-i-
cellaay, may be found in every number. For 1362
the publishers have greatly reduced the price of
subscription to clubs, and also offer extraordinary
"inducements in the. way of premiums.'' The fol-
wnuijucurenici, ion copies, oae year, f !,;
j $6,00, . These rates of course do not , include
- premiums, which are as follows : For two names
aod $3,00, and twenty, cents in stamps to pay pos
tagetbe publishers wUlsend either a bound
volume of the-Sehoufmate, a capital'sttTrr, en
titled 'Little by Little," or a pair of boys Skates.
For five names and $5,00, a copy of Harper's
tlWe'eklr wilf.be set. For twelve jrames and $12,00,
copy of4 Websler's "Unabridged Dictionarv.
Address Cralen James A Co., 13 Cornhill, Boston.
.(iOomnlssiooer'a Sale 1 Chancery, j
t.JfV pursuance of a, decretal order of the Circuit
J. Court, fur the County -of C'asi, in Chancery,
entered Januarv 20th. 'A'. D. 1802, at the suit of
II - 11 '..irj i- "i . . t.y.
j EarC'-Bvlser. Pratt, Joseph l?ratt.Jacb leseund
, ifcol) 84 Reese, Iet-ndan(pi aiadtq me'dirvctad I
shall sell at public auction, at the outer door pf the
Court House .of aid' County, in the village of
Cassapolia in said County ot Cass, on the 24thtlar
of March next, at one o'clock in the afternoon of
vaaid daV, all, or so much of the following described
parcels of land, as shall be sufficient' to raise the
: amount due to ! the Cmplainant for principal,
interests an! Costs, iti thU cause according to the
. aforesaid decree, which said lands are situate, lying
L '-and being Jn- the' County of Cass and State of
' Michigan, and known and described as follows,
to wit; ' Lot 'numbered; ninety in the village of
Edwardsburgh.- ' ' 1 -': - 1 ' ' i
J"x;Asn:; zz.'- - - '
X CllARLES, W. CLISBEE, 1
Circuit Court Commissioner.
roU,,,KS Solicitor in personam.
Date.d.''I,cbrnary 14th, 1862. febl5-43w6
" ' . " ' ' i
7IT70ULD respectfully inform tha public; that
Y Y he.bas reinoveilus .jSaloon to the spacioua
which have been fitted up in elegant style, and
, in ever-rcspecT.jV- ,', v
.keptoerstantlJenlMkodU. x .1
Baring catered to the wants of the public for
aererat years, he ia satisfied that he well Knows
what fa"daanded by a discriminating public.
alTebrnary 8, 1S62. feb8-41tf )
- I, 1 - .'
A OOOD Supply of CANDY and NUTS at the
Aikjr oiJ 'i TOWNSEND,
, . ,-'v
- - . N :
'" ; i !' T "' -' BBPniuciw On ic. -Z
- February 22, 18C2. J
Flour--4.50 $5.00 per bbl. - .-, -t
Wheat 90c. for Red; 95c. for White.
Coax cob, 20c. shelled 22c. .; ,
Oats 16c. per bushel. r.
' Potatoes 25c. per bushel. , ' ' ' ' :
Beaks 87c. 11,00 perbushel.'
Hats 8c. per pound. V . '
BurrER 10c. per pound. .:
Chickexs-c. 5c. per lb. '
Toekbts 5e. 6c. per lb.
CnsesB 8c. 8Kc. per pound. .'
Lard 8c. per pound.
Ixoiax Meal $1.00 per cwt.
Hides green, 3)c. 4c. per lb.
Hides dry, 9c 10c. per lb.
Pelts 25c. 1.23 each. '
Wool 36c. per. lb. ,
Apples Dried, $l,10c. per bushel.
Apples Dried, 8)c. per lb.
green 5Cc. 60c. per bushel.
Eggs 7c. per dozen.
.Salt fine, 3.50 per bbl.; coarse, $3.25; 20c.
Why put off your cure? If you are suffering
with the Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, or Weakuess
of the Digestive Organs, do not delay, but resort
at once to the use of Hooflanit German Bittr$.
We positively and unhesitatingly say, they will
cure you, as they have done with thousands before
you. For sale by all druggists and dealers in
medicines at 75 cent per bottle. , 43w2
t- OFF FOR THE WAR. J&X
"There's not a trade that's going
' " 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 peculiar
to the climate aud camp life, hare with you a few
of Herrick's Sugar Coated Pills. Millions have
tested them. They never disappoint the sick.
Large boxes 25 cents.. "
... lue. Albany Evening Standard says: "Our
popular townsman Dr. Ue rick has supplied gratui
tously all the volunteers which have left the citv
for war with his pills. lis has also, with h
accustomed liberality, contributed one hundred
dollars towards the snpport of the families of the
25th Regiment, and offers more if necessary."
ouch a man should be respected and patronized
e are glad to learn that the sale of Herrick's
Pills in Hudson exceeds that of all others combined.
See advertisement on third page. ' aug22-18yl
The regular meetings of Dowagiac Lodge,
No. 10, F. and A. M., are held at their Hall
on the first Saturday before full moon of every
monm. r. n. UEUKWITII. W. M
A. N. Alward. Sec'r.
. -j,. The regular meetings of Dowagiac
pS Lodec 5" - O. F., arc held at
w tneir iiaii on inursaay evemng ol
each week, at 114 o'clock. Transient brethren in
good standing are cordially invited to attend.
R. WATSON. N. O.
J. E. .CooPM. Sec'r.
' (Recently from the City of Cattle Creek.)
PIIYS1CIAX, S?TJTtOKOJ- VTD
Respectfully terders his professional services to
the citizens of Dowagiac and vicinitv. Readv
at all hours to attend upon the afflicted'. Special
attention given to Chronic disease in all its forms.
' Office at N". B. Hollisteb's Drug Store. Resi
dence with Wm. Griswold, opposite the Congre
Downgiac, Feb. 2. 1362. fcb22-44tf
OR. R. P. CRAYrORD
WILL stop tL? fir?t TWO DAYS in each
month .it Cas.apolis, and the last day of
each month at Pokasrou. Any family in Cass Co.
desirous of seeing Dr. C. &t their homes, can be
accommodated by addressing' lnm through the
PostiTioce at Cussapolis or Pokitgo, ('ass Co., Mich.
Satisfactory references 'given iti a."T case if
required. ' ' - febliiMtf
; NEW FIRM.
W IlifiSE & B S C
'"F'AKE this means to inform the public, that
JL they are now prepared to manufacture to
order anv tbing in the
CARRIAGE, WAGON, CUTTER
in the best and most approved style., , , , '..
All kind of REPAIRING and FARM JOBBING
done on short notice and on reasonable terms.
C. C, W1LLSE. , ' j GEO. ESCH
N. B. All notes and accounts due C. C Wills e
must be settled.. . . , , . . .
Dowagiac, February 22, 1862. feb23-4Iyl
DEFAULT Inving been made in the conditions
. of a certain Mortgage, executed bv Fordvce
lienjam:n. and Harriet M.. bin wife, to Norman
Sage, on the thirteenth day of January, eighteen
hundred and hltv-eight, and recorded May eighth
eighteen hundred and fiftr-eight, in the office of
the Register of Deeds of Cass County, Michigan,
in Liber O of Mortgages, on page fire hundred and
seventy five, and the amount claimed to be due on
said Mortgage at this date, being four hundred and
twenty-seven dollars and fifty-two cents. Therefore
notice is hereby 'given, that the premises m said
Mortgage described, te wit: The- north half of
the south-west quarter of the north-west quarter
of 84Xtion eight, in township eight,-south of range
fourteen west, in said County and State, B ill be
sold at pbli- vendue, at he frost door of the
Court Houses of said County;-, on Monday, May
twelfth next, at one x'cloct in the. afternoon, to
satisfy, the amount then due on said Mortgage,
together with the costs of foreclosure.
NORMAN SAGE,. Mortgagee.
Charles W. Clisbek, Attornev for Mortgagee.
, Dated, February ISth, 1?62." . ; feb22-44wl2 '
OTATE OF MICHIGAN. Second Judicial Cir-
J'ames.'W. Sheldon, '
Franklin Muzzyi "
James A. Collins, v '
Suit pending in the Cir
cuit Court for the County
of Cass, in Chancery. At
a session', of said Court,
held at Cassapolis, in said
County, on the 8th day of
February," A. D. "1862.
rresent, V. . v. Cusbee,
Esq., Circuit Court Commissioner
J-lrsstisfactorilrappearing to this Conrt.tbat the
DefebdanU, WiUUm Cozens and Stephen. Cozens,
are non-residents of this State, bit reside in one
of the United States, to wit:--The .State of Mis
souri : Ou motion of Thomas G. Pray, of Counsel
for Complainant, it is ordered that the said Defen
dants, William Cozens and Stephen Cozens, cause
their appearance to be entered in this cause within
three months from the date of this order, and that
in case of their appearance, that they cause their
answer to the Complainants bill of comnlalnL to
bo. filed and a copy thereof to be. served on the
I'Ompiainanis cuiitiior, nuiu mcgij y alter
service upon them of a copy of the bill of com
plaint, and in default thereof, that said bill be taken
eonfesHed'by the, said JJeCendimts William
Cozens nd Stepheo Cozens. " 1 I . - . J
And u is further ordered, that within twenty
Ul Conplainant cause this order to be
published iu the Cuss County Republican, a news
PPr published in said County of Cass, and that
said publication be eontinned in aaid paper emce in
each week for six saecesaive-weaka, r-tbt Ire
cause a copy of this order to be personally served
on the said Defendants, WuiTam Cozen vnd
Stephen Cozena. at leat twentv days before the
time above specified for their appearance
vt I - ;CLES Ccusi5EE.V
Circuit Court Commissioner '
'. T. G. Pat. Solicitor for Complainant, ... ."
A true copy. .' . . . ' . , . - ).
.Attest Cbakxes 0. Lewis, Register. '
3E3E jSl JL 3EtL !
CH APPEIili'S n YPERIOI
For Curling the Hair.
By using Chnppell's Hrperioa, Ladies and
Gentlemen ean beautify themselves a thousand Md.
Is the only article in the World that
will Curl straight Hair !
Tie oaly article that will Curl the flair
In Glosssy Curls,
In Sunnv Curls,
In Silken Curls,
. In Auburn Curls, :
In Flaxen Curls,
In Flowing Curls,
Id Waving Curls,
In Beautiful Curls,
In Luxuriant Curls,
..In Raven Curls!
It makes the Hair SOFT AND GLOSSY; it IN
TIGO RATES the Hair it BE A UTIFIES the Hair ;
it CLEANSES the Hair; it is most DELIGHTFUL
and EXQUISITELY . .
The Hrperion does not in any manner interefere
with the .
Natural Softness of the Hair.
It neither scorches nor dries it ; it pives the Uair
a soft, thrifty appearance ; it PREVENTS
the Hair from
It is the only article ever yet discovered that will
Curl Straight Hair
in beautiful curls, without injury to the hair or scalp.
The Hyperion has been before the public but
about six months, and in that short period of
time it has been tested by more than
One Hundred Thousand Persons
And ther all nniversally testify that the HYPERI
ON IS THE GREATEST BEAUTIFYER EVER
offered to the American people.
The Hyperion can be so applied as to cause the
Hair to t'rl for one lay, or for one Welc, or for
one Month, or for any longer period desired.
The Hyperion is the only . article in the world
but what can be counterfeited or "imitated by un
princioled persons. To prevent this, we do not
offer it fof .sale at any Druggist's in the United
States. Therefor ny Lady or Gentleman who
desires the soft luxurklt Curls, and who desires
to beautify themselves by nsing the Hyperion,
must inclose the
PRICE, OXE DOLLAR,
in a letter, and address
W. CIIAPPELL & CO.,
Box 54, Purkman, Geauga Co., Ohio,
and it will be carefully sent by return mail.
THEY COME !
has just received another New Lot of
of the most beautiful and desirable patterns,
FULL GILT BUFF,
PLAIN AND FIGURED,
GROUNDED, &ct &c.
Customers cannot fail to be satisfied if ther will
call and examine my assortment in this class of
goods. And they can be assured that I will sell
as LO W as any "store in this part of the County,
A. N. ALWARD.
Dowagiac, October 11th. 1SG0.
DR. GEO. W. F0SDICK
OFFERS i.is Trofessional Services to the citi
zens of DoCag-"10 ana" surrounding country.
Having had over, twenfy years experience in the
Profession, feels conh'Jent of giving Satisfaction
in all branches of Dentisi'.'T. I ani prepared with
the New and Improved CRTST.tL GOLD FOIL,
SILVER and SPONGE GOLD FJLtJNG.
ST-All Work Warranted. Terms; Ca."b. Office
over Mr. Dates' Provision Store, Front Street,
Dowagiac, November 22d, 1860. n&v22-31rl
THANKFUL for the liberal patronage I have
received from the inhabitants of Cass County,
wuuiu respecuuuj saj mat i nave lately pur
uuaseu a verjr large -
and a good variety of
e: jei j
Cases, Gold Frames, &c.y
and am better prepared to give entire satisfaction
than ever to all who want good - '
p i c t u r e;b 'i
I am mating Photographs 4rom $1.50 to $S,00
per dozen. Oval Gold Frames with Likenes 7 M 9
inches for $3,00. Good Pictures from 25 cts. to $5
Hoping by strict attention and a desire to please
to merit the continuance of your favors. J.
1 Rooms over N. Potter's Gun Shon unrl
next door to Huntihgton's Drug Store, Dowagiac,
C. M- OSBORN.
- Dowagiac, Sept. 12, 1861. sepl2-21m3 ; '
:0rifamentar Painting !
f-pnE' undersigned would respectfully announce
X? to the citizens of Dowagiaci and vicinity, that
u u uwit icparcu o uu an jtllHJS OI n I
; House, Sign and Ornamental PaintiD? :
in the latest and most approved styles at tha
LO WEST CASH PJiICS, and with the - i
greatest: Dis pa tcii:
ALL WORK WARRANTED. 1
A share of public patronage is solicited.
pg- Shop Over Sqcire's Machikb Shop.
uowagiac, Marcb 14, 181.
. H'1 !marl4-47m,6
EDWARD J. KING,
SUB GEOfJ DENT 1STJ
' WII.I. VISIT -DOWAGIAC THE 3d,
T .4jh.&, 5th OF EACH ap.TII.; '.
DR. KINO' baa vistfed Cassapoli regnlarly
. during the past four years, and will rnntinno
to ior "so on the 1st and 2d of every month, and in
extending bis ride to Dowagiac, hopes to meet
with as good sifccesj in the latter place as he has
hitherto done in the former. . ..!.; )
:jU'ortai'it rrui 'and Warranted.'
" ST Office at ihfll Cs.ffkAi. Hotel, np stairs,
first door to the left.. - -t- . i .
, powagiac,.bpt 13 J, ' ' ' VplMyf
: ! " - i . - .'I OF i - i
Than any House. in Town.
I keen on band a large and choice stock of
ENGLISH and AMERICAN,
HARDWARE AUD CUTLERY
Mechanics' Tools and Stock,
IRON. NAILS, GLASS, SASH, PUTTY, HOUSE
TRIMMINGS, Ac - In fact all Miscellaneous
Goods usually kept in a Hardware Store.
I have also a large variety of
Cook, Parlor and Box Stoves,
of Albany Manufacture, which are warranted
, " ; as represented.
I am Sole Agent for the folowing goods :
The Justly Celebrated Air Tight
Stewart Cook Stove,
'acknowledged to be the best Stove in the world.
Congress and Troy Pore White Leads, (snow
white,) Passaic, Zinc, Paint, and am just in reeipt
of a newly discovered article called BENZOLE, a
substitute for Turpentine, warranted to be better
and at far less cost to the consumer.
I also keep Pure Liuseed and Kerosene Oils,
Turpentine, Varnishes, Ac. and a full assortment
of Painters Tools and Stock. ...
I am selling a Pure article of
K ER OSENE,
Warranted A No. 1 and Non-Explosive,
For CO Cents Per ftallon.
Having Good Workmen, I am prepared to do
all kinds of Job Work in Tin or Sheet Iron, in a
good workmanlike manner aud upon short notice.
Cf Be sure Tou call at the New Brick Hardware
Store, at North end of Square, and next door to
U. liigelow s rurmture More.
. N. B. All goods are warranted as represented.
Raws, Pewter, Copper "and Old Iron taken in
exchange for goods.
F. II. KOSS.
Dowagiac, Nor. 21. 1861. ; mar2ii-v3-49tf
ON account of the extensive business which the
subscribers have been doing, they have been
obliged to enlarge their Mill,, and build New
Machinery in order to accommodate their mapy
customers. And hoping that they will receive a
liberal patronage from their old friends, they
would again issue their call for Wool for manufac
which will be manufactured at less than the
Also on hand, a large supply of Manufactured
Woods, which caunot be equalled for wear, to
Exchange for Wool.
The very best of
will be done for those who will bring Clean Wool.
N. B. liring on your Wool as fast as possible,
G. & J. J. VAN RIPER.
La Grange, May. I860. ; roay31-6tf
"XTTE have now on hand nnd shall constautly
t keep a large assortment ot
ot various patterns, among which may be found
the celebrated New Patent Elevated Oven Cook
Stove, known as THE UNITED ST A TES. This
stove is pronounced, by those who have given it a
fair trial, to be second "to none in the country.
We have also several other patterns of' Cook
stoves warranted to gr-e satisfaction. Also a gen
eral assortment or
fi A U D W A R E,
IRON,, , ., , ,
; SASH, ;-
, . DOORS, ..r :
.v. .... . ;IIOTJSt TRDfMiNGS.
Carpenters' Tools, Foreign and Domestic Cut
lery, Crosscut Saw-Mtll, and Circular Saws, Tin
ware oi an uesuriyiions. . : t-
- Our Price ShaU Give Satitf action !
SPRAGUE k HAWKS.
.April 2?, 1859 ' apl23-lyl
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
PALMER & GO.
WE are now -prepared to supply those whe
' may favor us with a call with .'
GOOD, AND SUBSTANTIAL LIVERY STOCL
.,. Consisting of Single Seated, Open and Coverei
Buggies - :; ';;;-;
' Two-seated opened and covered '! - ' ' ' :
1 i.. 'j: I i.J.-l .i.i.'. r. . . i . i'l .lU I
Carriages ; ' !
, Also fancy and single two-seated i, ..' f,1,' V,.-. '
X? . t 1 t r- m r-t - T
Andalltlieaendaies usflaJU attaelied.! S
Our Horses are young, sound, gentle and fleet.
Carriages new, And. will be kept at all times cjeau
and tldv, to suit the inost fastidiousi k i 1 i 1 J
We would respecuuiiy solicit, nua nope to merit,
share of the patronagcof.-oux friends -and the
store of L. RrevVer k Co. - - - - j
Dowagiac. April 2Sd. M r.,.:., tprSPlT!
., ,,iv.oix-i.c,e r.,T L
(wriiKlinsr and Sharpen ing1
rrHE subscriber' in addition' to-:hit-udual busi
1 ness, is nrenarad 'with- Machinery of the besf.
kind for GRINDING RAZORS, SCISSORS A NUn
KNIVSzu'AUov CLOTHES KCOURINW done at
his Barber. Shop. i. His old customers-and the
public generally-will find, the undersigned. t nil
business hours readv to attend to their wants.
SHAVING, HAIR CCTTING and CO AMP001NO
done tn tho'most fashionable' style with neatness
and Dispatch; A liberal patronage is solicited. ,
J-Shop ovcr,W, IL-Atwood s jJIArTfIlyre
Dowagiac Nor. 29,1860. ' nov29-82tr-
. - ft Ti 0 C ml ' '' 1 ' 4 J '
TUING REQUIRED in the School
Pj Rrvrtm ran be had at
an be hs
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"THAT STANDARD SHEET.'
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tVMERUAN HEARTS AND HOMES!
... TUZ '
NEW YORK HERCUEY.
A New Year with an Old Friend.
ON New Year's day of lSi2, that world-rcncrned
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the peerless New Youk Mebccrt. will enter unon
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ing review cf its ' ; ...i :
FOUTY BRILLIANT COLUMNS.
finding in them a fascinating mental discipline
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a uaint. Gossip,., refining Knowledge, sparkling
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as it already rules The hTippy domestic fireside.
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j 5jV ot !. peo'pTe since the Ws
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ar began, and kept
en other' sheets' were
dying all around it for wain ?! popular support.!
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brilliant literary reputations,-its prorramme To."
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have been secured iu iti service, at tin outlay tqval
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(stories, for 1SG2, will be the most splendid triumphs
of elegant Fiction ever published. To these, -too,
the maa-ksnenciliiftlie ereateat of American artists.
Mr. Feux O. C. Daruet, will lend the aid of
pictartaparf. f v?ii j
1 '-Oar itorr.'iftorirof tlie New Year.-is alen-
rdidnonahRomtincc," commencing" in" the" New
Iiirk .! ekcibt of Saturday, January 4th,-lSO',
and, entitled... ' ' t. i.t; , . ;. ."j. ".. :
THE I RATTLESNAKE :
atale dr the' present SrijiEi '
.' BY NED BCN'TtlNE,
it is the; onBATest KAtmcAt KOTLtsmr snfcl tib
.''M Y) .' .'DATS OF MABRTATT. j
Thb N'ew Vork Mercurt is sold bv'all newsmen
And oeriorttnl ftpaTfrtt In Amprirju lk&iih&nj-iluia
M 'isegitlarry mailtd. en ry.turtiayjmortiinjrfor
a" fear"; Three copies Tor "?5;'s1x copies for 9;
eight copies tor f 12, wnn an extra copy, free, ir
the getter np of the.club, : Six months'' subscript
tions received. Klltoayi terit-e- plainly the name ofi
irJt f?JpeeJt,omty,,andt,aterr ye tiike the
'V'pt ajl specia paying bat 6s nt car. , Payment
must invariably oe made id advance. " " .
' '' 'f.hifcci'men' CimidS sent free ' to Wllppirdants.
1 Address all letters-and remittan'cesV post-paid. t
CAULD WELL,3 SOUTHWORTII IWUITNt Y,
',46. and is iAnn street, Xew York City,
mm Pocket; KilftfeM
2s . 3? .TJI G K S O TP
AT : ; -' '
Opposite' the Post Office, Dowagiac,
. where ne Las a large quantity of
CO TTA GE BEDSTEADS, ;
which he will sell at wholesale prices at $3 apiece.
Also, good ,
for $1,50 and $2,00 apiece. - . : ; -
-iFLA G SEA T CHAIRS,
- i for $3,50 per aet. . ,
WOOD BOTTOM CHAIRS,
at $2,00 per set.
TABLES $2,50 apiece, and all other kinds of
Furniture keptbynie CHEAPER than ever has
been sold in the State of Michigan. As I have a
at La Gran?e, I am now prepared to sell articles at
wholesale prices. Also, a PLANER at La Grange,
Sawing. Plainimr aud 1 urnin" done on short notice.
' - BR O OM HANDLES- -
kept constantly on hand.- "
I am prepared to warrant all work manufactured
oy me . - - . -.- ..:
"All kinds of Produce taken in exchanffe for
Furniture. AJUUS KOUSb
. Dowagiac, July 26, 1860. marir-47
CHARLES FRITZ -
WATCHMAKER AKD JEWELER,
"TVT'OULJi inform the citizens of Dowagiac and
YY - the Surrounding country, that he has loca
ted at ' '"'
D O WA GIA. C) ER ONT STREET,
(Nextiiloor to Huutiugtou's Drag Btofc.'t
Having had ten years experience iu two of the best
shops in .the City of New York, he feels no
hesitation in assuring the public that any .
thing hi-hi line, will be done in a
- . ; SUPERIOR MANNER... -,t!
Particular attention paid to Repeater!, Chronome-
-- ters' and fine work of all kinds. i
Work done promptly and Warranted.
Dowagiac, February 1st, 1SC2. febl-41yl
DICKINSON & SANDERS
WOULD announce to the citizens of Dowagiac
and vicinity, that they have become perma
nently located in their
; New Meat' Market, '
One door west oT the Post Office, where their
customers can always . depend on finding every
thing in the' "Shape of ment psually kept in a first
class market, no pains will be spared in procuring
the best quality of meats.'.
3?" Cash paid for fat stock and all kinds of
country produce. " . p. -
' ' " DICKINSON k SANDERS.
Dowagiac, Dec. 2'jth, 1S50. dcc'29-3iitf
L I V- E R Y . :
A. J. & J. W. FARMER.
WOULD Hcspectfully inform the citizens of
Dowagiac and surrounding country, that
they are prepared at all times to furnish those who
may favor them with a call "
Good and Substantial Livery Stock!
Winch for quality of Horses,' neatness of -"tura-
outs, and low prices cannot be surpf sed.
We respectfully solicit a share of the patronage
oi mc 1-iliJsens uuu umci n isiiiug UIIJ tuicg in Our
line. fctaDie on tront &trcet.
A. J. & J, U. GARDNER.
Sept.SOth 1858 D23yl
WILLIAM L. PATTON
Having established himself as a
H oiise S ix i 1 d.T37,
TXTOULD say to all in the villastc and the ad-
V joining country, that he is how prepared to
turnisli and build by contract, or to take charge of
work by the day, 'any buildings in, any. of the
dLTerent orders of architecture, and js also pre
Saw out Rracl-etts and Trinat Work for
' Cornices, in any Style Reqvired. .
Doors, Sash and Blinds, Window and Door
Frames made to order. Whitewood Lumber and
Shingles taken in exchange for work. I'lace of
Business, first floor of U. C. Squires' Machine Shop
Front Street, Dowagiac, Mich. :":
October 27th. 1SS9. - oct27-27yl
CHEAP. WAGON SHOP.
Where can be had a few more of those .'
LI3HT RUNNING WAGONS
On short notice. The undersigned havinir bousrht
out Hiram S. Powell's interest, livtue Wagon Shop,
i nun- prepareu iu luruisu njjons ascneuas
the. same. onality cn.Q be had ib town and
reasonable lUrms..'i My Wood and Work is all
warraniea. r articular attention paid to Kenairino-
:Customers cau D4 certain of getting their
work when promiseC '': ' ' -
I also have a lot of the . - . ; .
For sale and a complete assortment of Pow Points
for the same -
t- . - ' 4Aiuir.
P JOowagiaci Marcti.2$th,:l50 :.march2040fl
o t xvs ; ;
E E 2D
IA r MICH. ;.
' " J .. I.fQCIRU.AT THE BL4KE .HOCSB. ; - .j ,.j ,
This is the nearest point ou the line of the Rail
Road to Cassapolis, JJerrka St.r Joseph aid Ed-
Pokagon, ApriJ 9th, 196L, ....
apllv3- 51tf ,
F ARilPFORS AJLE.I
SITUATED two mites east and one mile south f
Kevler Centre, Van Buren Co., Mich. Said
Farm JBohlaiifSO acres. 45 improved. Unon tlie
Parm is & Comfortable Log House, a Well of good
water, 1W Apple trees -and 40 , beanng Veaeli
Trees', ".;"; .'. ,t ; . '.. ' ,' ,'. . . '. '.; 'j i 'i
i One-half of the pirchose money required down.
For' further partieulars enquire' of the subscriber
at Dowagiac, , '. , CYRUS TUTI1ILL. !
j Dowagiac, Dec. 18th, ISCl. (- .',! decl9-S5tf b j
SPECIAIi NO riCE
'To all whom li majr Concernl' i
IT is absolutely, neceranrythat tnr Booki be
sn;iaeediiBi to the let ofc January : I hope eve W
-ovho U bv. VlebtviU call and Settle 0-nce",
T cannot afford tolet your' accounts stavid over. ,
r; n i - r i PAfALWHin
wee-ember ,ri86i, xi ; i .
THE snbscriber. wmibi tierebynfbrtn tbe citi
, ?n ,TVDo,v??lac; that he' is prepared td
furnish BULK to all who will patronize him.
iv l U lpre Milj i, Warranted v.Vh I
RUSSEL McREE": ! '
Dowagiac, Jan. 2; 1 R62 J
O.CGAR. TEA; COFFEE. SOrii 'riThfi-d
tgrxit t) P ft 1END
' IS THE RIGHT PLACE..
HERRICK'S SUGAR CATEB PIIIS.
THE REST FAMILY
CATHARTIC in the
world, used twenty reara
by five millions of pef
sons aanoally; always
give satisfaction ; t con
tain nothing .injurious
patronized by the princi
pal physicians, and sur
geons n ine tuiuu,
elegantly coated .with
sugar. . . i
Larze boxes 25 cents :
five boxes for one dollar.
Full directions with each
box. - . -
'-Tai-fcAiMssri, Lkox Co.-,
Florida, July 17, 1860. f
To Dr. Herric". -Albany; V.--My Dear
Doctor: I write this to inform you of fhe wonder
ful effect of your Sugar Coated Pills on my -elder
daughter. - For three years she has been effected
witli a billious derangement of the system, sadly
impairing her health,- which has been steadily
failing during that period. When ia New York in
April last, a friend advised m to test your Pills.
Having the fullest confidence in tho judgment of
my friend, I obtained a supply of Messrs, Barnes
A Park, Druggists, Park Row, New York. Oa
returning home, we ceased all other treatment,
and'administered your Pill;, one each night The
improvement in her feelings, ebmple'xion, diges
tion, etc., surprised ua all. . A rapid and perrasneat
restoration to health ha.been the result. We.used
less, than five boxes, and consider her entirely
well. I consider the above a just tribute to you at
a Physician, .and trust it will be the mentis of
inducing brray o adoptjyour Pills as their family
medicine.- " . - ;
I rcmain.'dear sir, with many thanks, I
' S. G. Morrison.
Herrick's Kid Strengthening Plasters
enrcs in five hours, pains and weakness of the
breast, side and back, and Rheumatic- complaints
in au equally short period of time. Spread on
beautiful white lamb sVm, their use subjects the
wearer to no inconvenience, and each one will wear
from one week to three months. Price, IS'j cents.
Herrick's Sugar Coated Pills end Kid Plasters
are sold by Druggists' and Merchants in all parts
of the United States, Canadas, and South A merica,
ami may be obtained by calling for them by their
full name. - ?.-..
. DR. L. R. DERRICK k CO.,
. , - -. . - .- Albany, N. V.
W. Wi Capbox, Trveling Agent. aug2-i-lBvl
(Dr. Charchnrs Specific Remedy,)
, TOR COXSL MPTIO.X, .T . -,
Acrroas Debility, Kcrofnla.Dvspetrsia.
THIS is fh'e most trondtrf ul curatice agtnt.non
to medical science. It h.-ts eflected cures in
-rtry ntnae of VonumrUm "UNPARALLELED
IN THE ANNALS OF MEDICINE." In Ne,.
roi IhliUUg and 0jpria; the HYPOPUOS
PUITES may be regarded as an almost sovcyeiirn
remedv. .' . . ,-, . "
THE IIYPOPIIOSPIIITES .
Have a two-fold and specific action ou the one
hand, incrtaeiiiq tU ptinchl-t icl.kh CONSTI
TUTES NERVOUS ENERGY; and. on the
ther, being the MOST POWERFUL BLOOLt
GENERA TING A GENTS KNO WN, They act
with promptness and cerialuiy in all general morbid
conditions such as Chronic Bronchitis, Asthma,
Scrofula, Marasmus, Anemia, Female Complaints,
Ac, and in all disorders of the Nervous or Jilood
Systems. Tbeir effect uion the. tubercular con
dition is ivvi-niATfc the perioral symptom dis
appearing with a rapidity tvhuh in really Mdtselout
Ther iturease the furious or iital eutray, relieve
Cough, check Night Sweats, diminish Expectora
tion, improve the Appetite, arret-t Diarrhoea,-and
PROMOTE REFRESHING BLEEP. A FAIR TRIAL IS
A CERTAIN CURE.
Winchester's Ccnnine Preparation
OF THE HYPO PHOSPHITES is the only re
liable form of Dr. Churchill's Remedv, and is
approved by the Medical Profession conerallv
IST PRICES: In 7 oi. Dottles, $1 C Dottles
for o. In Moz. Dottles. 2 Three for 5. Cir
culars gratis. Sold bv all respectable Drnirrrists.
and at the sole lenera Depot iu the CnitvO. Mates.
J. WINCHESTER, 5 John Street, '. Y.
SPECIFIC RtllEDT FOR .' ' f
Spermatorrhea, or Seminal Weakness.
This is the only remedv for Sexual Debility
Impotency, Sterility, fc. whish h:i the approval
of the medical profession. Its success has bet1
most extraordinary effecting cureS Ih cas where
t umcr nieiuods oi treatment-had failed One
constitutional, or arising from abuse or xets. '
IMPORTANT MEDICAL' TESTIMONY;
"I have used vour Sperrih h'u i in
ofSpermatorrhcja. an.i wiili tliA.i.A
.. , ,VJ- 5Ii-ton- Sakdeks. M. IX, LU D."
e beliere it to be a npr a s.,.;tit
medicine can be. We have curcd'muny iertn cases
Kith from six to ten Jos.'; Dr. D. Keit : Atncri-
n journal, oj MCdical.Science. , . . .. .
"I have found them all thai nLL jl.- j
Their effect has been truly uondt riul.f ' , ;
. L. P. Dickcb, M. D."
3?" This is riot a Ilnmonnt-,;,. U-.A-
there anr mercury or other deleterious ingredient
combined with it, ' -
'-PP.ICE'; l'ner boxr'siiibfiieti'for it Utnun
pre-paid. For sale at the Sole GencVal'Deuot in
the United States, by . .
..iAJ f. rl"IWWcilESTER,
decl9-a5yl V.' :! i" 36 John Street,' . Y.
the war Mm: mm
The Troops at Cairo htive seized large
quantities of Military Stores and
. our Vessels of War have seized f.
'77 ." 7 -two -Privateers ";',;'! "
. DjEsiGN or tije niimrLs to,
i ; ATTACK WAsillXttTOX.
Bui notwithstanding ell this '. ! .'.'.,71' .
WOULD iofornr tUe eitiens of DoWiigiac'and
vicinity, that he is prepared to take
at all timesr in cloudy or : fair f-Ai ;.a a r
"iV.yS1 10 x JUbe vatmrxlts of
llUHsKLb Dow taken-in i: the Wt a Very
reasq lable prices.;
Cp" Rooms first door north of A. ATwnrd a
Bookstore.', where roimro r.A.rii.. ir.-, i
call rid xamin l,is Strje- Pictures; which' for
richness of tone beauty, of fin I sli"atf durabiiitf-
Dowagiac, May 31 CisjV ',
Hi. A. ROOD..
, reaA 5i-tf ,
'0V IS TUK TTlfT vi
Harper's 'Vagaf ine'.' for 18(52. ff" ' 'U-A.f7l
rpcr s TUagafin'e for 18C2 "for ' '
Atlantic Monthly;.' i ; '. .-! rV . .u..
Godey'a Liidyfa Bwk, ' !i-;-ti':w
Peterson's .Magazine. "
Harper's. Wp't kly, one year, for'
Philadelphia Evening Post, or.c rtar- fn
New Ybric' Week! v World,- ' '
fcetfoit Tribune; x; Z't,,''
;i-."!.m Advertiser, . . . -. ,..,:. "
Having been t,tw;:k 'ir.- '-..t , ; IjW
r v - aP.er? -ve re now preparad tft
furiusVamatthcpritie-i named i-i"- ??V
.ilM i .-': f -'pAMPBELLV1
' '-'v'' '" t the Postoffieii
PowagieciJtBtt, i8t, 1S; 1 1:777 '
-ine siibScrHer having had seven rears t,,L
encc in inc ami. is -Mtished. that hj canViriVn
tire satisfaction- tp T those who cho " f I
him with the patronage J r Cuooe to favor
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