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LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
PASSENGER TRAINS on the Michigan Cen
tral Railroad, on and after Monday, Jan. 11th,
will leave Uowagiac as tollows:
Mail express 10:30 A. M.
Evening Express, 10:90 P. M.
Night Express, 2:15 A. M.
Mail Express, 5:55 P. M.
Evening Express, 2:15 A. M.
Wight Express, 6:10 A. M.
Trains connect at Chicago in the Great Central
Depot, with trains of the Illinois Central, Chicago,
Burlington A Quincr, and also with all other liWs
direrging from that'city. At Michigan City with
trains of New Albany A Salem Railroad, to all
parts of Indiana. At Lake Junction, with the
Joliet Cut-off trains to Mattcson and Joliet. Con
necting at Matteson and Calumet with trains of the
Illinois Cential Road, and at Joliet with trains of
Jthe St. Louis, Alton A Chicago, and the Chicago
A Rock Island Roads.
Trains connect at Detroit with Great Western
nd Grand Trunk Railways of Canada, and the De
troit and Toledo, and Detroit and Milwaukee Rail
roads, and Cleveland Steamers.
At the Company's Ticket Offices at Detroit, Chi
cago, Joliet and Lafavette. Through Tickets can
b purchased to all the principal cities and towns
.in the United States ana Canadas.
LUXURIOUS SLEEPING CARS upon all night
Ruttan's celebrated VENTILATING APPARA
TUS upon all day trains the best dust preventa
tive in use.
R. N. RICE. Gen'l. Supt.
M. C. R. R. Office, Detroit, January 11th, 13WJ
CLOSING Or MAILS.
Eastern, at - - - 10:00 A. M. and 6:00 P. M.
5:25 P. M.
8:00 A. M.
Office open from 7:00 A. M. to 8:00 P. M.
On Sundays from 9:30 to 10:00 A. M.
Wn. H. Campbell, P. M.
C. H. SCRIVEN, Advertising Agent. 63
Dearborn street, is authorized to receive advertise
ments fur this and all the other leading North
THE accounts of Dr. M. Porter, are left with
STRAWTUER BOWLING Esq., for collec
tion. An immediate attention to this by those indebted
to him will save COSTS.
Jan. 18th 1864. 40tf.
Notice. The next Social of the
Ladies Universalist Society, will be held at the
residence of Richard Hedden, on Tuesday evening
next, April 5th, 1864. All are cordially m
rited to attend.
Jenxie Dickson, Sec'y.
Township Tickets Printed' We
are prepared to print all Township
tickets neatly and expeditiously. We
asks our friends to collect about one
third more the expeence ot printing
them than they have done heretofore.
The price of all our printing Htoek has
gone up so largely that we feel that we
ought to charge about that much more
in the prices of previous years. We
would not ask it, if we did not need
it by reas on of the high prices of our
Penny Tokens Outlaw kd. We
see it atatt-d in the Detroit Advertiser
fc Tribune that the V. S. Attorney for
this District Mr. F. O. Rogers has
given notice that those passing coined
business cards en and after April 1st
will be prosecute This is tight.
These business cards have become a
nuisance that the public have tolerated
sufficiently long. Let them stop aside
and the Government " nickels" supply
The Atlantic Monthly. We
have received the April number of this
valuable magazine. It opens with a
well written article on " Fighting Facts
for Fogies," by C C. Hazewell ; this is
followed by a poem, by Whittier, on
" The wreck of Rivermouth ;" then we
have the "Schoolmaster's Story," by
A. M. Diaz; 1 'Pictor Ignotus," by
Gail Hamilton ; " The first visit to
Washington ;" " House and Home
Papers," by Mrs. Stowe; "The Black
Preacher," by Lowell ; " Fonquet, the
Magnificent," by F. Sheldon ; "Among
the Mormons," by Fritz Hugh Ludlow ;
" Our Progressive Independence," by
Dr. Holmes; " On Picket Duty," and
the usual Reviews closes the contents
of one of the best numbers vet issued.
Published by Ticknor fc Fields, Bos
ton : Terras One copy, one year,
postage paid, $3.00; two copies, $5.00
and each additional subscription at the
same rate, subscribers to pay their own
postage. Single copies to be had at
Al ward's bookstore.
The Lady's Friend for April.
'The April number of this new two-dol--iar
magazine opens with a charming
steel engraving called "Harry and his
Dog." This is followed by a beautiful
Double Fashion Plate, also engraved
on steel in the best style. Then we
have two eompanion engravings which
jwili touch the hearts of all mothers,
called "The Wanderer" and "The
Restored." The music of this number
Is the popular song by Ednor Rossiter,
I Love that Dear Old Flag the Best,"
and is of itself worth the price of the
The literature of this number is
Our Ned," "Above the Clouds by
Night," illustrated by a striking en
graving; " Foreshadowings," by Clara
Augusta; Mistaken Duty," by Ida
Mason ; " Good by," by Mrs. L. J.
Rittenhouse ; " Mabel's Mission ;"
" Jenny Morris's Trip to California,"
by Mrs. Margaret Hosmer ; " The
Transformed Village," illustrated by
an engraving, &c. The Novelties,
Work-Table and Flower Department
are ail illustrated by finely executed
wood cuts. Published by Deacon &
Peterson, 318 Walnut St Philadelphia,
f 2.00 a yetr
Impotant to Farmers. F. H.
Ross, Esq., of this village, has been
appointed Agent for the sale of the
celebrated Kirby Combined Reaper
and Mower, manufactured at Buffalo,
N. Y. This machine possesses many
advantages over other machines, which
renders it the best as well as the
cheapest for a farmer to buy. We
name a few : It is an iron machine,
and consequently more strong than a
wooden frame machine ; it is exceed
ingly simple and therefore easily man
aged, it is self-adjusting, and therefore
can work on any kind of ground, it is
the lightest draft machine in the mar
ket, and is perfectly adapted to any
kind of work either mowing or reaping,
and being so simple in construction, that
the change from a mower to a reaper
is made in a few minuses. During
the past seven years it has received
more premiums than any other machine
manufactured. It received the first
premium at the Michigan State fairs,
for 1859, '60, '61, '62 and '63; at the
United States Fair, 1860; and also at
the State Fairs of Ohio, Wisconsin,
New York, and Indiana, as being the
best combined machine for all work,
exhibited. Mr. Ross also keeps on
hand a full supply of everything be
longing to the machine, so that if any
thing gets broken or lost, it can be re
paired in a very short time. Owing to
the scarcity of labor, farmers will be
obliged, this year, to do much of their
work by machinery, and they will find
that the best machinery thy can get
will in the end prove the cheapest.
Taking that view of the case, we
think farmers will find it for their in
terest to call on Mr. Ross and examine
the "Kirby" before purchasing, and
therehy save time, and secure a ma
chine that has been well tried and
found to be just what is needed.
Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.
A Battle at Patiucah.
Forrest's Rebels Attack the Town
Gallantry of our troops The
Rebels Repulsed with Heavy Loss.
Cairo, March 26.
Reports were numerous in the city
this morning concerning a big fight
that had taken place at Paducah, and
the distinction of the town. The facts,
as we have obtained them from the
best authority, are these :
The Rebels, after leaving Union
City, were joined by another detach
ment, so that their eomhiiud force
numbered 6,500 strong. They are re
ported to have been commanded by
Forrest himaelC With this force he
made a dash into Paducah at 1 p. m.
of the 25th. The place fM defended
by Colonel Hicks, wi'h about 500 men
in all. There were also two gunboats
in the liver. Iinmeditiudy alter the
enemy entered the town, their sharp
shooters, sheltered by houses, com
menced to pick off our men in the fort,
and the gunboats immediately opened
upon the town. The inhabitants left it
as quickly as possible, most of them
crossing over the river.
The fight lasted from 1 p. m. till
midnight, during which time Col.
Hicks and his brave band displayed
great gallantry, ami were materially
aided by the gunboats, when the reb
els, having lost several hundred in
killed and wounded, were compelled to
retire. Our troops being protected by
fortifications, our loss was compara
It was expected that the fight would
be renewed this morning, but reinforce
ments have been sent from this place,
which are known to have reached there,
and no fears need be entertained of the
result. Supplies have also been sent.
A large number of houses have ben
burned and considerable property de
stroyed. This could not be avoided,
as the enemy occupied houses. They
could be driven out only by destroying
the buildings that sheltered them.
The fight was severe, and the con
duct of the Union forces, both officers
and men, was all that could be desired.
The rebel Col. Thompson was
killed. His head was taken off by a
The rebel loss was very severe.
There is a rumor that several women
and children were killed, but it is per
A portion of our forces were regular
troops, and fought splendidly, working
the siege guns admirably.
Our loss, as reported, was 12 killed
and 40 wounded. The rebels ackowl
edge 300 killed and wounded.
The headquarters and Quastermas
ter's building were burned by the ene
my. They sent in a flag of truce at
three separate Itote, demanding an
unconditional surrender. The gallant
Colonel in command replied that he
could not see surrender. The rebels
were commanded by Forrest, Buckner
and Thompson, the latter of whom
was killed. Their whole force num
bered more than 6,000. At last ac
counts they had retired on Mayfield.
Our force in the fort had nearly run out
of ammunition, but a supply has been
sent up from this post, which has al
ready reached there.
FARM FOR SALE.
THE Subscriber offers for sale his FARM, situ
ated ont-half mile south of the villagt Cor
poration. Said farm contains 160 acres, nearly
all of which is under improvement. There is a
good frame dwelling house and a large new barn
upon the premises, with a large, fine orchard. It
is pleasantly situated, and under a good state ot
cultivation. Terms, half cash down, balance in
yearly installments. For further particulars in
quire of the undersigned upon the premises.
GIDEON S. WILBUR.
Dowagiac, Feb. 24th, 18G4. feb25-45tf
R.A OS! PtGrS!
WANTED Twenty Tons of RAGS for which
the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE in CASH
will be paid, at
ANDREWS k COOPER.
Dowagiac, March 1Mb, 1864? 48tf
Fine Pocket Knives
n Interesting Letter. Messrs. Post k
Bruff, Agents N. Y. Sanitary Society, .Rochester.
Gents; I deem it due to you to state the magical
effect of that one bottle of People's Cure which I
obtained from you in November last. Seeing an
advertisement of your Society, offering to give
your medicine to clergymen for the poor of their
parishes, I obtained a bottle for a poor girl of
my congregation, who had long been nearly help
less from Rheumatism, and strange to say, that
one bottle cured her entirely. I write this, hop
ing it may aid the Society in its efforts to intro
duce the medicine, and bless those who tray need
such a remedy : and I use strong terms, as I be
lieve its merits will fully justify the most superla
tive forms of speech.
C. R. WILKINS,
Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church,
Pittsford, Mnnroe Co. N. Y.
MATHEWS CHOCOLATE WORM
SEVER fail to destroy and exterminate all
kinds of Intestinal Worms. Are perfectly reliable
in all cases, and far superior to any and all of the
Fancy Worm Confections, and nauseous Vermi
fuges in use. They may be taken at all times with
perfect safety as they contain ko Merccbt, or oth
er deleterious Drug. Mothers should always pur
chase them and give their children no other
(No Cathartic whatever, is necessary to be giv
en.) Each box contains 24 Drops or Lozenges. Price
25 eta. For sale by all druggist and Dealers in
C. R. WALKER, Gtneral Agent.
Buffalo, N. ., and Fort Erie, C. W.
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
MADAM BOIVIX'S CELEBRATED SILVER COATED FEMALE
The only certain and Safe J?emedy for all Uter
ine Obstructions, Monthly Difficulties, Irregulari
ties, and all the other diseases to which the Wo
man, Wife and Mother is peculiarly liable.
These Pills contain no deleterious ingredients,
but are safe and certain in their action. They
will be found to exert the happiest effect in all
cases of Prolapsus Uteri, in Leuccorrhea, or the
Whites; they will be found the easiest and most
certain cure that can be found. It is on account of
this certainty they should not be taken by Preg
nant Females (during the first three months, or
miscarriage is certain,) to be brought on, but at
other periods their use is perfectly safe.
N. B. One Dollar enclosed to any authorized
Agent, will ensure package of Ills by return of
mail. C. CBOSBY, General Agent,
Fort Erie, C. W., Buffalo, N. Y.
Caution. Beware of Counterfeits, the genuine
have the signature of C. CBOSBY, on the out
For sale by all respectable Druggists.
FOR THE HAIR,
RESTORES GRAY AND FADED HAIR AND
BEARD TO ITS NATURAL COLOR.
AND IS A MOST LUXURIOUS DRESSING
FOR THE HAIR & HEAD.
Restores the Color.
Promotes its Growth.
CLA RK 'S RES TOR A TI VE,
Prevents its falling off.
Is an unequalled Dressing.
Is good for Children.
Is good for Ladies.
CLA RK'S RES TOR A TI VE,
Is good for Old People.
Is perfectly harmless.
Contains no Oil.
Is not a Dye.
Beautifies the Hair.
Is splendid for Whiskers.
Keeps the Hair in its Place.
Cures Nervous Headache.
CLA RK'S RES TORA TI VE,
Stops Itching and Burning.
Keeps the Head Cool.
Is delightfully Perfumed.
Contains no Sediment.
Contains no Gum.
Polishes your Hair.
Prepares you for Parties.
Prepares yon for Balls.
All Ladies need it.
CLARK'S RESTORA TIVE,
No Lady will do without it.
Costs but $1.
Is sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
Price, $1 per bottle 6 bottles for $5.
C. G. CLARK k CO.,
LORD k SMITH, Chicago, III.; General Agts.
FARRAND, SHEELY k Co. Detroit.
FEAR AT AN MD !
No oue is now deterred from changing the
WHISKERS OR MOUSTACHE
from red, gray or sandy to a rich
BLACK OR BROWN
by a fear of injuring or staining the skin.
is harmless as water, mild as new milk, and
TRUE TO NATURE
in the magnificent colors it imparts.
Manufactured by J. CHRISTADORO, 6 Astor
House, Sew York. Sold everywhere, and applied
by all Hair Dressers.
Price $1, $1 50 and $3 per box, according to
44m 1 Ko. 7.
to the citizens of
ANDREWS & COOPER
T) ESPECTFULLY announce to the citizens of
i Dowagiac and Cass County that they have
opened a new
GROCE R Y
On Commercial Street, one door west of Jones'
Brick Store, where they will keep on hand a fresh
supply of choice
FAMILY GRO ER1ES
in their season, to which we especially invite the
"Close Cash Buyers"
Our motto is
Fair Dealing, Quick Sales & Small Profits.
Cash paid for country produce.
BENJ. COOPER, Jr.
Dowagiac, Sept. 10th, 1863. sepl0-21tf
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY,
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
Celebrated Female PiII.
Prepared from a prescription of Sir J. Clark,
M. P., Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
THIS invaluable medicine is unfailing in the
cure of all those painful and dangerous dis
eases to which the female constitution is subject.
It moderates ail excess and removes all obstruc
tions, and a speedy cure may be relied on.
To Jllarried Ladies
it is particularly suited. It will, in a short time,
bring on the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollnr, bears the Gov
ernment Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent coun
Tltese Pills should not be taken by females during
the FIRST THREE MONTHS of Pregnancy, as
they are sure to bring on Miscarriage, but at any
other time they are safe.
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections,
Pains in the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight ex
ertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics and
Whites, these Pills will effect a cure when all other
nivalis have failed ; and although a powerful rem
edy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or
anything hurtful to the constitution.
Fuil directions in the pamphlet around each
package, which should be carefully reserved.
Sole Agent for the United States and Canada,
27 Cortlandt Street, New York.
N. B. f 1 00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to
any authorized Agent, will insure a bottle, contaiu
ing 50 Pills bv return mail.
Sold by all Druggists.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES!
PULMONIC WAFFEBS .
The Original Medicine Established in 1S37, and
first article of the kind ever introduced under
the name of "Pulmonic Wafers," in this or
any other country : all other Pulmonic Wafers
are counterfeits. The genuine can be known by
the name BRYAN being stamped on eaoh
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
Relieve Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Hoarseness.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
Relieve Asthma, Bronchitis, Difficult Breathing.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
Relieve Spitting of Blood, Pains in the Chest.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
Relieve Incipient Consumption, Lung Diseases.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
Relieve Irritation ot the Uvula and Tonsils.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
Relieve the above Complaints in Ten Minutes.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
Are a Blessing to all Classes ana Constitutions.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
Are adapted for Vocalists and Public Speakers.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
Are in a simple form and pleasant to the taste.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
Not only relieve but effect rapid and lasting Cures.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
Are warranted to give satisfaction to every one,
No family should be without a box of
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
in the house.
No traveler should be without a supply of
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers
in his pocket.
No person will ever object to give for
Bryrn's Pulmonic Wafers
Sold by all Druggists.
JOB MOSES, Sole Proprietor, ll1 Cortlandt st.,
New York. sep3-20yl
Diseases of the Nervous, Seminal, UnU
arv and Sexual Systems new and reli
able treatment in Reports of the HOWARD AS
SOCIATIONS Sent by mail in sealed letter en
velopes, free of charge. Address Dr. J. SKIL
L1N HOUGHTON, Howard Association, No. 2
South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
W. .A. . S T O W.
A GENT for the collection of Bounty. Pensi
XV and Back Pay, claims against the Govern
ment. Bounty Money procured for discharged
Soldiers who was discharged on account of wounds
received in the service. No fees charged until cer
tificate is procured. No charge for Revenae
Mumps. Uttice at Denman A btow s Bank.
Dowagiac, Mareh 19, 1868. narl-itt
OA.SI FOR RAGS
THERE'S NO USE OF
IS THE PLACE TO
H3 XT Y I T
If you want to get New and
A Large Assortment
Dowafrlac. April 24th. 1862.
TUE UNDERSIGNED having located perma
ALWARD'S BOOK STORE,
is prepared to execute all jobs in the line of
Cleaning and Repairing
A X D
J E "W E L R Y,
iu a manner that cannot fail to give satisfaction.
Persons having work of this kind to be done are
respectfully requested to
"Give Him a Try."
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Bv an arrangement with Messrs. SNOW and
ROBINSON, of Kalamazoo, I am prepared to fill
orders for WATCHES. FINE JEWELRY.
SILVER WARE, ENGRAVINGS, Ac, at Kala
.V 1J. 1 also keep on hand an assortment of
Jewelry, Clocks, fec.
which I sell at reasonable rates and warrant.
T. H CAMPBELL.
Dowagiac, Feb. 5,1863. feb5v5-42yl
NOTICE FOR 1864.
TO THE SICK.
Dr. V. C. PRICE,
Late of Buffalo N. Y., will will be for consultation
ou diseases generally at
NILES, BOND HOUSE, DURING TUE&DAY,
KALAMAZOO. BURDICK HOUSE, on WED
NESDAY MARCH 30fh.
It will be remembered that Dr. Price has visited
Niles, Kalamazoo and the other places in our State
regularly every few weeks for the past two years,
and will continue to do so. All persons unable to
visit him can receive bis aid by addressing a letter
3f Residence, Waukeean 111., where allletters
hsould be sent.
Dr. Price devotes his whole time to the cure of
SCROFULA, RHEUMATISM, FITS. NERVOUS
MALADIES, FEMALE DIFFICULTIES, CON
SUMPTION, THROAT, LIVER, HEART, KID
NEY AND ALL CHRONIC COMPLAINTS. Our
practice founded on truth, seventeen years stand
ing, ainers irom an oinera, no muiug wiiu uuuihd
existence, sacrificing life by experiments. We
know upon examination the cause of disease and
remedy needed to remove it, not by guessing, but
by knowledge. No poisons or harsh medicines to
injure the constitution, but mild and efficient. No
making sick to make well, tearing down to build
up, abandoning business or starving no giving
encouragement without prospect, coming once
never to be seen again, but honest in our dealings,
frank in our opinions, moderate in our charges,
rrular every few weeks in our visits. We invite
investigation, c!im not to know everything, or to
cure everybody, do claim to reason and common
sense, and to cure nine out of ten said to uC incur
able. We particularly request those who have tried
this scientific doctor, that respectable physician,
boasted and advertised medicines, and doctors un
til worn out and discouraged ; to call upon us costs
nothing,as consultation is tree.
Dowagiac, Jan. 15th 1863. oct28 27-yl
FOB SALE OR TRADE,
ONE HUNDRED and twenty acres of land,
with some considerable improvement, lying
one and one quarter miles north of f)owagiac,
most perfectly adapted to the purpose of a diary
or grazing farm. Also forty acres on the Niles
road South West from Dowagiac about one and
one fourth miles, nearly all improved. Also 40
acres only 40 rods from corporation nearly all im-
firoved and seeded to Timothy and clover with
iving water in the center, most perfectly adapted
to the wants of any one who would like to furnish
the town with milk. There is also a small orchard
and nursery on the above. Also a considerable
village property, all of which we will trade for
a good farm of sell on long credit. Inquire at
Pink colored house west of Union School building,
Dowagiac. Michigan. We would take a good
team a. payment. B. k F. McCONNELL.
Dowagiac, Feb. 11th, 1864. febll-43tf
ANOTHER large stock of those beautiful styles
just received which will be sold at greatly
Call and examine my stock and prices before pur
nhasing elsewhere. H. BIGELO.W.
Dowagiac, Nov. Sth, 1863. nov5-29tf
ALL persons are hereby forbid trusting or har
boring my wife, MARTHA . ST. JOHN,
on my account, as I shall pay no debts of hereon
trading after this date.
B CHARLES ST. JOHN.
Dowagiac, March ltb. 14. marl48w3
EVERY body should know if they do not
already, that they can buy an Extra Heavy,
10 TO 60 DOLLARS.
"All Stoves warranted for one year and guaran
teed to give satisfaction to the purchaser. The
Tin Furniture is made from Extra Hundred Plate
Tin, and manufactured by Experienced Workmen.
All Stoves warranted heavier castings than any in
market. Being Manufacturer's Agent and having
laid in my stock before the advance in Stoyes, 1
to purchasers. Call and examine my stock of
PARLOR & COOK STOVES
of new and desirable paterns. See the Celebrated
AIR TIGHT STEWART STOVE
for which I am sole Agent. Also, the Elevated
BRICK OVEN STOVE,
a new patent, which-are warranted tot ten years.
I also keep the Statesman, Compeer, Imperial,
King Improved Sovereign, Premium, Lark, Orator,
Ac, plain, smoothe and heavy, any plate of which
1 can furnish at short notice, and at mere nominal
cost. I keep an Extra Article of
PURE WHITE LEAD AND ZINC,
put up in those strong Patent Cans, for which I am
sole Agent, at from 15 to 18 Shillings per Can.
Also, Oil, Varnish, Benzole, Turpentine and Pain
ters Stock always on hand and at prices cheaper
than the cheapest.
Ar very large stock of Mechanics, Coopers and
Blacksmiths Tools and Farmers Implements. And
would call particular attention to my new patent
SCYTHE SNATHE, AND ROM
And am sole Agent for the Celebrated
FLOW ER FIELD
MY STOCK OF
IS FULL AND COMPLETE'
Bills of Iron, Nails, House Trimmings, Ac,
furnished as low as at Detroit or Chicago, add in;
also keep a new patent
highly recommended by all who have used tbem.
Thimble Skeins, Saws, Glass, Sash, Putty, Doors,
Blinds, Cast Iron Sinks, Axles, Springs
Shovels, Spades, Chains, Axes, Bird
Cages, Japaned Ware Ac, Ac.
Also, a full stock of Rubber Beuting and String
Leather, at Chicago prices.
Bring on your Rags, Old Iron, Brass, Pewter,
Copper, Ac.,'and a little CASH and buy your goods
JOB W O R K
In Tin, Sheet Iron, Ac, done promptly and in a
good workmanlike manner.
GIVE ME A CALL AND BE SATISFIED.
Dout forget the place, at the North end of
Park, the Brick Store, next door to H. Bigblow's
F. H. ROSS.
Dowagiac June Is. 1862. mar29-v3-49tf
R. N. STEBBINS, Proprietor.
HAVING purchased the stock heretofore owned
bv PALMER k CO., and having largely
added thereto, 1 am prepared to supply all who
may call with
GOOD AND SUBSTANTIAL
Consisting of Single Seated, Open and Covered
Two-seated open and covered
and everything appertaining to a first class
My horses are young, sound, gentle and fleet.
Carriages new, and will be kept at all times clean
and tidy, and worthy the patronage of the public.
Citizens and strangers wishing anything in the
line of livery are respectfu'ly invited to give me
a call. Stable on Commercial Street. Office in
dry goods store of R. N. Stebbins k Co.
R. N. STEBBINS.
Dowagiac, Sept. 2rth. 1S6S. 21yl
is at the
For 1863 & 1864.
"I ALL EARLY and make your selections while
J we have a
constantly on hand by the
and will furnish them by the quantity for parties.
A. O. TUWJNSED A BRU.
Dowagiac, Dec. 17tb. 1863. aug!8-17yl
CASSAPOLIS, - - MICH.
THE undersigned has just openedthishousefor
the accommodation of the public. It baa
been thoroughly repaired and newly furnished
from parlor to kitchen. Mr. Custard intends t
keep a firstc'.asshotel.and wiUuse everyendeavoj
to please. Prices to suit the times. '
O. S CUSTARD.
Cassnnolif, August lit,
PEOPLE'S yj U JXll Rheumatism.
"I was troubled with Rbeumaiism for two jan,
suffering more or les every day. 1 have taken
two bottles of the "People's Cure," and have not
had any pain since I left it off more than four
weeks ago. I cons der myself as entirely cured,
and the medicine has made me feel verv light add
good just like a ybung man though I am sixty
two vears old
"GODFJJEY SCUEFFEL, 402 Michigan St.
"My wife has been suffering from iftieumatism
of an inflammatory character for about six or sev
en years, sometimes very acutely. About th first
of June last she commenced taking the 'People's
Cure,' and continued to take it some three weeks.
In ten days after she commenced, the swelling and
stiffness of her joints had very materially lessened
and in three weeks had disappeared altogether.
' THOMAS POLLOCK, (at W. H. Glenny'a.)
"Buffalo. Oct. 1, 1862.
THE TT 1 ) T? Curea
PEOPLE'S J U JjTj Fever Sores.
"Buffalo, Nov, 18, 182.
"Two of our subscribers ona of them afflicted
with a bad Fever Sore, the other with 'heuma
tism having seen the advertisement of the "Pea
pie's Cure" iu this paper, purchased the medicine,
and now, after having thoroughly tried it, report
to us, commending it most heartily, as a thorough
remedy in their case Editors Christian Advocate.
THE IOTTT17 Cures Diseases
PEOPLE'S J U Jtiili of the Skin.
"My face has, for more than ten years, been
greatly disfigured by eruptions and bunches, which
at times extended over my whole body, and ouca
f r three days made me entirely blind; but hav
ing taken two bottles of the 'People's Cure' my
acquaintances hardly recognize me indeed I
hardly know myself as I am now a well aian.
Let all who are like afflicted try th 'People's
Cure,' the medicine prepared by the Sanitary
Society and 1 think they will not begrudge their
dollar. JOSEPH SOU.ff, Turner, Mechanic St.
Buffalo, Nov. 15, 1862."
THE TTTT7 Cures Scrofula
PEOPLE'S J U jLV.tL Salt .Rheum.
"1 have used the 'People's Cure' in my family
wilh great benefit, in cases of Scrofula and Salt
jfheum, and have recommended it frequently to
my friends, all of whom I believe have been bene
fitted, and most of them entirely cured by it.
CHAS. SCHAFF. 273 Main St., up-aUirs."
THE rTTDT? Cures Femala
PEOPLE'S YjUlXJJj Weaknesses.
"I have been in feeble lu uiiliever since the birth
of my boy, who is now twelve years old. I have
had many troubles and difficulties, all this tiaic,
unfitting me for the every kind of Lbor, and de
stroying all my comfort. Last summer I com
menced taking the 'People's Cure,' and have used
four bottles, and now almost a well woman. My
difficulties have nearly all disappeared, and i feel
cheerful and happy.
Mrs. Catherine Dowald,
Dressmaker, Goodell Alley, above Tupper at.
Buffalo, Oct. 20, 1862."
THE r T T T XT Cures when oth-
PEOPLE'S J U JXJldex medicines fail.
"My wife has been in poor health for a long
time, having frequently to call on a physictaD to.
attend her ; but she was recently very much worse,
For five or six weeks she lied no appetite, lost all
her strength, and each day growing worse. Sh
had night sweats, coughed a great deal during
each night and considerab y during the day, a&3
we all supposed she was going off with the con
sumption, when a friend advised her to take tha
'People's Cure.' On taking the medicine she per
ceived a change at once. On the third day sbo
had recovered hdr appetite, and was fast regaining
her strength, until, on the eighth day, not yet
having taken one bottle, sbe has stopped taking
the medicine, saving she was as well as ever sb
was, and as well as anybody could be, and she baa
continued so ever since.
Paul Klein. Gardner, 82 Pearl st,
Buffalo, October 1, 1862."
SfFur sale bv all Druggists. For sale in this
village by J. G. Howard and N. B. Hollister.
C. CROSBY, General Agent, No. 255 Mans su,
Buffalo, N. Y., to whom all orders should be ad
IMPORTANT AND TRUE,.
Are you suffering with that dread disease Neckal-
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Are you racked with the torture of Arkcmatism?
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Are you suffering with the gnawings of Dispep
sia? WATSON'S NEURALGIA KING will im
prove your digestion.
Are you groaning with paiu, with Gout in your
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Are you aware of the existence of the Oheat In
ternal J?bmedt ?
WATSOV'S A7EUALGIA K13G, a certain
cure for disease.
Buy it and try it.
C. R. WALKER. Proprietor. BuWalo.
tor sale bv J G Howard and B Hollister
For ten years in New York City, now permanently
IN entering upon his third year in this place,
he won Id inform the public that he still remains
at his old stand, ready to clean and repair every
IN A SUPERIOR MANNER.
While thanking his many friends for their verr
liberal patronage in the past, he would assure itieffl
that be will spar no pains to fully sustaiu the
high reputation bis work has acquired to him.
In order to give his cu-tomers every advantage,
be has just ob'ained from New York a su ply W
Berthoud's French Watch Oil,
and all watches (except verges) cleaned and re
paired by him after this date will be
Warranted Oue Year and a Hair.
Having a good stock of material, and a complete
set of watchmakers tools and machinery, together
with ten years experience in two of the best shops
in the City of New York, he offers his customers,
inducements not surpassed by any shop inths Slats.
to all who can be satisfied by Supprior workman
snip ana reaeooaoie caarges
Owing to the pressure of business no jobs will
be done for the trade hereafter, except at the
prices paid by regular customers.
Remember the Place,
Sign of the Big Gold Watch, Front Street, next
door to Huntington's Drug Store, and opposita
Carlin's Store. The crossing at the upper end of,
the Park is almost in front of the door.
Doweac, Dec. 31, 186S. - dec81-S7yl
flyer's Cherry Pectoral,