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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 23 April 1863

1. r. T - VOLUME VI. X0- 1. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, TOBTCrAtf, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1863. WHOLE NO. 261. ir ft rr - JfiUpttblieait, Is Published erory Thursday, At Dowasiac, Cass Connty, Michigan. OFFICE: la G. C. JonesA Co.'s New Brick Block. Terms of Subscript on. To office and mailsubscriberfcSl ,50 per annum, Is v k ( mi. y ix Advancs. When left by the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional 'rill be charged on regular rates. Hates ol Advertising. (Twelve lines or less considered as a Square.) 1 1 w. 1 3 w. 4 w. S m. 6 m. 1 yr. Que Square. . 50 1.00 1.25 2.50 3.50 5.00 Column., j'2.00 2.50 j 3.00f 6.00 8.J5aK X Oolomn.. 1 8.00 1 3.75 1 4.S0T7jl I JjMjOO "Column.. 1 4.00 j 5.00 ft. 00 10.00 15.00 j 25.00 Column.... j 5.00 1,7 00 j 8. OOj j jlOS-OO I 50.00 The privileges of vearly advertisers will be con fined rinidlv to their business, and all other adver tisements not pertaining to their regular business, to be paid for extra. All legal advertisements charged at the statute prices. All tr...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 23 April 1863

reached Harrison's Bar, had been re- ducsd to 102,000 fit for duty : and that tieo. MotJIellan telegraphed to Wash ington fcr O.OOQ men, " to be prompt ly sent nun ; wnen m isct, as lire t- ident replied, all the soldiers under Mc Dwell, Banks, Fremont. Wool and Dix and all in Wuahiugtou, did not ex ceed 60,000 ; That MeClellan finally agreed to re sume an advance movement with a re. intoreetmnt of 20,000, but afterward ' rt t- Vlim.tiii that he must in additi.nj hare saOthter 15,000 or 20,000 " from the armies in the V alley of the Mississippi, which v:is of vonrtfe im practicable and absurd; That, on being therenpon urdered to withdraw his army from the Peninsula, ' as rapidly as posnible," to co-operale with Ppe, who was contending with superior foreeshe refused to obey until the ordur had been repeated again and again, inyolying a delay which put Washington in the most imminent peril ; That after the troops were at last brought up the Potomac, ho constantly interposed the most n...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 23 April 1863

1 PWpPWWtjiypsaijaaapa "."w i ii i j 3 I ' 1 2 i ft i 5 ft SSB.VQR TRA8 on the, icbijjan Cen-; Saleratus which can, when prop tra.adenmndftftMvMondsy.Xprilsoth I erv ageq De in the (Vast degree detri- 1 TRAINS EASTWARD. 935 A. M. Don't stop. 11:20 P. M. press, - - - - - - TRAINS 'WESTWARD 1:40 P. M. - Don't stop. . S:0O A. M. es, act at Chicao in the Great Central of the Illinois Central. Chicago, A Quincy, and also with an oiuer om that citv. At M.cu.g-" ii - l ci-m iwuroau, vu ou EES? Nit xpr lraMtfonp Kuft StSfffrst. to5li5Sn M Wielc!! first number of the above work, pub necting at Matteson and .L"'"! lisheil at Chicagobv Cad v & Root, and I llinoia venlt al Road, anu "l , , the nulAxrA ami the Chirnirn Louis, Altou 'v""' 4 Island Roads. Trains connect t Detroit win, wrn and Grand Trunk Railways of Canad-K and the De iroit and Toledo, and Detroit and Milwaukee Rail roads and Cleveland Steamers. I At the Comrnwv's Ticket Ofhces at Detroit, Chi cago Johe and Lafavrtte. Through ...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 23 April 1863

The Snblfmo ard Ridiculous. 3TThe latest good story told of "Theraiabut a step fron the sublime to the t President Lincoln, is this : A person ridiculous." This diatanee is not greater from the a fr'iend said to him, "Mr. President, poetical te tbe prosy. Somebody wrote some very pretty lints about " Love." Same other body borrowed the metre, and taking " Soap" for a theme, wrote some wicked veres in parody. Here are tbe two : I V. SOAP. We are young, And both are loving You love me, Al6 1 love you j Each, eac'.i other's Faults reproving Some iu me, And sme in you, What is best For us to do ? Lire and lore, Couti ios lviig 1'ou loving me. j lov ing vou ; Each, each other's . F:iuiu lepntiag Too reproving me, 1 ou ; This is best for us to do. We want soap, Both ueed scrubbing You soap me, nd 1 soap you, . each other's Rough i. ides scrubbing You svrup ntr, And 1 crub you, What is best For us to do ? I.ive'and nib, Contiuue nibbing You rub me, 1 rubbing vou ; Each, each other's Kough ...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 30 April 1863

ibg -ffiagg (Emmtij Sephtei "V VOLUME VL NO. 2. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1863. WHOLE NO. 262. HE I Is Published ererj Thursday, At Dowagiac, Cass County, Michigan. O F" F I C K : la G. C. Jones & Co.' New Biick Block. Terms of Subscript on. To office and mailsubscribers$l,50perannum, I.VVABIABLT IS AdTAMI. When left by the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional will b charged on rau)ar rates. Vr I " - i i Rates ot Advertising. (Twelve lines or less considered as a Square.) 1 1 w. 3 w. 1 4 w. 3 m. 6 m. 1 yr. One Square.. 50 1.00 1.25 2.50 8.50 5.00 K Column., j 2.00 2.5Q j 3.00 j 6.00 j 8.00 15.00 3&ittmnTrf37l'0 8.75 4.50 77oO llJOO (fuhimn- 1 4.00 5.00 j ft.OO j 10.00tl5.0o 25.U0 ' Colnmn.... 5.00 1 7.00 1 d.OQ 1 15.00 j .OOjjOeQ Tne privile of yearlv advertisers will be con ee J risridly to their business, and all other adver tisements not pertaining to their regular business, to be paid for extra. Allel advertisements charged at the Statute nrices All...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 30 April 1863

J From Porter 9 Fleet. How the Vxcksburg Batteries were Passed by Admiral Porter's Vessels. Eight Gunboats and Two Trans ports Below Ready for Service. Special Correspondence oi the Chicago Tribune. Yocng's Point, La., I Friday Xoon, April 17, 1863. J Ever since the investment of Vicks burn by the Union blockading squad ron, those who know best about audi things have been loudest in their de mand that the iron dads should "do something." These ignorant clamor rs have at last bad an opportunity to ee "something" done. Admiral Porter has demonstrated that he has the skill, courage, and capacity to be equal to any naval emergency, and that in point of doing the right thing at the right time he is not not behind any com mander in tlie Uniou service. It was generally understood that an attempt would be made to run the blockade, but the extent of the enter prise was kept a secret until a day or two before it was carried out. Exten sive preparations in the month of the Yazoo, where the fle...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 30 April 1863

a ! LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. wvfiKR TRAINS on the Michigan Cen P AtS SJd on and after Monday, April 20th ZiU leare Dowagiac as follows : TRAINS EASTWARD. .... 9:25 A. 11. Mail express . . Don't stop. 2V Pre"'. 11:20 P. M. Night Express, - TRAINS WESTWARD. Mail Express, :40,tP,.j!!' n- Btwcii Don't stop. Day Bxpress, M Night xpress, 8.00 A. Trains connect at Chicago in the Great Central IJpot, with trains of the Illinois Central Chicago. Burling A Quincy, and also with all other hoes diverging from that city. At Michigan Ci "" trains of New Albany & Salem R-''"- the part, of Indiana. At Lake JV"' Von Jfohet Cat-off train, to Ma.teson ,. W et necting at Matteson and Calumet wiu Illinoil Central Road, "d at Joht w.th tnun- ot tbeSt. Louis, Alton A Chicago, and the cmcago Rock Island Rad. . h Grcat Western Trains connect at ,Detro,'f7'anada and the De- StSSTtsSw cities and towns ''Sut.n'.eelebr.Ud VENTILATING APPARA fSESm i5 dJ trains-the best dust prerenta tire in use. jj R1CE Gen'...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 30 April 1863

Spring Kain. The rain of tha spring, Doth a measure ting. Of beautiful scenes in the summer time,, Aa we hear on the meadow land and street, The merry sound of its mystic feet, And the heart is Hunt, With the vision bright, As we list to the nil unwritten chime. Of the balmy hours, Of the wealth of flowers, And the full deep song from a thousand throats 1 O sweet is the nthm, it fill my home, Witn dream? of the musical time to coma, I Oh sweet i.re the grille rain's musical notes" Grape Vines. We adrift all to plant grnpe rtftcnm, The cuttings cine WU kably cht ap and the SOS of' plaVrtMg tliein is liltie, whiln tlie rostiit is certain and urtt:t ble. Every twenty acre thtmld ! ue at least one in yrrtpes, and ru re, if pom sible, and all ersona should plant yu' at Unst Km ty Of titty vines, as tiiit n goiut; to become by far the moi- profit able culture carried on here. A vine yard ne planted is an inheritance of vreslth. It is not like other fruit, re quiring continual renewal, but...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 7 May 1863

if """ r VOLUME VI. no. 3. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1863. WHOLE NO. 263. 1 wxmfo wm r i U Published every Thursday, At Dowagiac, Cass County, Michigan. OFFICE: la G. C. Jone& Co.'s New Biick Block. Terms of Subscript on. To office and mail subscriber $1 ,50 per annum, I.v variably ix Advance. When left by the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional will be charged on regular rates. Rates ol Advertising. (Twelve lines or less considered as a Square.) 1 1 w. 1 3 w. 1 4 w. 8 m. 6 m. 1 1 yr. ' One Square.. 50 1.00 1 1.25 2.60 3.5U 5.00 X Column., j 3.00 2.50 j 3.00 6.00 8.00 lMK) X Column 3.00 3.75 4.50 7.00 T2AHri 20.00 Column.. 14.00 5.00 lu.00 15.0) 25.00 Column.... 5.00 7.00 1 8.00 15.00 25.00 50.00 The privileges of yearly advertisers will be con fined rigidly to their business, and all other adver tisements not pertaining to tueir regular business, to be paid tor extra. All legal advertisements charged at the statute priees. . . , , . All transient advertiseme...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 7 May 1863

Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribane. Fran Hooker' Army Progress of the Movement. Philadelphia, May 4, 1863. The Philadelphia Inquirer of this morning ha the following : Washington, Sunday, May 3d, 1863. Reliable information has reached the eity this afternoon from the Array of the Potomac, going to show that a ter rible engagement has been going on yesterday and to day The brilliant manenvre by which the ! reoels have been flanked on both aides j has been followed up by a daring con- flict, in which our troops have been tx tremely successful. During the whole of Saturday the musketry and artillery firing was abso lutely continuous, especially ou the right, where Howard's corps was en gaged. Between midnight and three o'clock this morning, Sunday, a pontoon bridge was laid between Falmouth and Fred ericksburg, and our troops, part of the irth corps, marched over and took posession of the town, driving out the enemy. They then advanced to the fortifications upon the slopes in exac...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 7 May 1863

LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. the Michigan Cen ASSBNQfc" Tfter Monday, April 20th nuilroad. on and alter 3 9:25 A. M. Mail expreaa - Day Exp1"68- ' ' . . r: :u RxDress, - - Don't stop. - 11:20 P. M. TRAINS WESTWARD. Mail P'9' ' . .' . ." Dolrt stop.' Day BPrer8e9 3:00 A. M. Tnunect at Chica in the Gret Central Depot with tram, of the Illinois Centr.K C cago Burlington Qmncy and l0 city with dirergmg from that oty At M.ch, train, of New Albany A em wtth the parte Of Indiana. At Lake J -SS,l8connect".dt'Detroit with Great Western andrand Trunk Railways of Canada, and the De troit and ToTe and Detroit and Milwaukee Rail rosds and Cleveland Steamers. At the Company' Ticket Offices at Detroit, Chi cago Joliet and Lafayette. Through Tickets can ba purchas d to all the principal cities and towns ; th United States ana Cauadas. LUXURIOUS SLEEPING CARS upon all night trains. Ruttan's celebrated VENTILATING APPARA TUS upon all day trains the best dust prevent tire in use. R. N. RICE, Gcu'l. Supt. ...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 7 May 1863

I r i i The Life-Clock. II J. W. BVRKER. What it this within my being Ticking, ticking ertrmore, Like the sound of fairy footfalls, Dropping on some distant shore ? I can hear it in the midnight, Hear it in the busy day. Hear its clear aud measured numbers Wheresoe'er I chance to stray. On that mystic little dial There are clear and telling lines, Over which the sunlight glitters, And the passing hour defines, Quicker, quicker it is beating. Swifter move those myst.c hands, With their lean and spectral fingers Pointing to the shadowy lands. But the day of life is waning, Soon its shadows will decline, And within uiy spirits dwelling Cease the little mystic chime. Dust o'er its motions falling, Gathers dearer day by day, Voices, from the future calling, Seem to beckon me away. Thrilling tales this clock is telling, As the days and hoars recede, Noting every thought and action, Yet we give it little heed : Sometimes we may hear it ringing, Loud aud clear the passing hour. Sending thro...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 14 May 1863

1 ""ll,,r" -t , - - i. - it ii mnmn mm w 1 ja founts llwihliran. t VOLUME VI. NO. 4. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1863. WHOLE NO. 204. Is i t l i h i. i. 4 2 Is Published ererr Thursday At Dowagiac, Cass County, Michigan. pFFICK: la G. C. Joae A Co.s New Bilck Block. Terms of Subscript on. To office snd msilsubscribersfl ,50 perannum, IvTABJASLT I ADVABT1. Wktu left bv the Carrier, Fiftj Cents additional will be charged on regular rates. Rates ot Advertising. V Twelve Hoes or leas considered as a Square.) 1 1 w. 1 1 w. 1 4 w. I m. I 6 an. 1 1 yr. One Square.. 50 1.00 1 1 1.25 j 2.50 j 3.50 To0 X Oolnmn.. j Eg 2.60 j 8.00 6.00 8.00 1 15.00 Co1ubml. S.OO 3.75 1 4.50 7.00 j 12.00 j 20.00 x2 Column.. 1 4.00 I 5.00 l 6.00 I 10.00 I 15.00 I 25.00 Column.... 1 5.00 7.00 I 8.00 1 15.00 25.00 50.00 The pririleges of yearly advertisers will be con Ined rigidly to their" business, and all other adver tisements not pertaining to their regular business, to be paid for extra...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 14 May 1863

iJr. , - : - . - THE ELEVEN Til CORP. The unaccountable and inexcusable conduct of a large portion of tbis corps, Was tbe means of turning to ashes a Kraud victory almost within our Kra8P while the position was only retrieved by the superb generalship of the Com rnanding General. A portion of the troops, the brigades of Cols. Bnshbeck and McLean, stood their ground man fully anlil overpowered by superior numbers. Gen. Barlow's brigade was absent with Gen. Sickles. Th manner in which Gen. Hooker proposed to checkmate the rear attack of Jackson strikingly illustrates the bold and daring charaoter of onr com mander. Finding that Jackson wan marching by the old Catharpin road past our right front, Gen. Hooker promptly ordered Gen. Sickles to at taek that impudent column on the flank. This was not more quickly conceived than vigorously exeouted. In one hour and a half from the time the movement began the head of Gen. Bir tey's division was engaging the enemy, and our force and vigorous a...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 14 May 1863

LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS .atcvfiFR TRAINS on the Michigan Celt ic A.nXad on and after Monday, April 20th will leave Dowagiac as follow : TRAINS EASTWARD. 925 A li Mail express - - - - - - Don't stop. Day Express, - ... 11-20 P M Night Express, - 11-5W r- M' TBAINS WESTWARD. Mil Express, - - - - - - - ; SThf S. -5:00 A.M. TVains connect at Chicago in the Great Cental DewS with trains of the Illinois Central Chicago go'rhngton A Quincy, and also j rith sU o dir.rg.ng from that City At Michigan iraimTof New Albany A Salem Rth the parts of Indiana. At Lake J"j0iiet. Con Jolwt Cut-on" trains to Matteson , train9 of the necting at Matteson and Calu ' Uet witQ trains of Illinois Central Road, and aw Chicago the St. Uuts, Alton v A Rock Island Koads ,d Rf1 Detroit with Great Western ,neClt nIwav i of Canada, and the De runk' nSroU aodM.lwaukee Ra.l- Trains con fl.:. j tu and Detroit roads, "dClereland Steamers. At the Company ' eI brw& Tickets can rriK "ife??1 c'ties andtown9 UU5fc8 IGS?...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 14 May 1863

1 ludmu Coin. The Indian legend of the gift of corn to the world, as told by Longfellow in The Song of Hia watha, is exquisitely beautiful. The red men be lieved that this grent American cereal was a mi raculous gift from Heaven. Three times there ap peared to Hiawatha, the Indian saint and hero a youth from the skies Dresssed in garments green and yellow, Sinking through the purple twilight, Through the splendor of the sunset : Plumes of green bent ever his forehead, And his hair was soft and golden. The celestial visitor, calling himself " Moiula min," invited Hiawatha to wrestle with him. nd charged him. it victorious, to snip the ga' tor ments from his body, aud bury him where the i aiu and sun might fall upon his grave. Three times they wrestled : When the sun through heaven descending, Like a red and burning cinder From the hearth of the Great Spirit, Fell into the western waters. Came Mondamin for a trial, For the strife with Hiawatha; Came as silent as the dew comes, From th...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 21 May 1863

VOLUKE VI. NO. 5. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1863. WHOLE NO. 265. Is Published ererj Thursdsy, At Do wa i ac, Cmaa Count7 Michigan. OFFICB3: In G. C.Jones&Co.'s New Brick Block. Tens of Subscript on. To office and mai lsubscriber S 1 ,50 pe r annum, Iv VARIABLY IX AOYAUCB. When left by the Carrier, Fiftj Gents additional will be charged on regular rates. 1 Rates ot Advertising. -(Twelve lines or less considered as a Square.) 1 1 w. 3 w. 4 w. 3 m. 16 m. 1 1 vr. One Square.. 50 j 1.00 1 1.25 2.50 8.60 5.00 hj Column.. 2.00 2.50 j 3.00 6.00 8.00115.00 Column.. 3.00 3.75 4.50 7.00 12.00 20.00 Column.. (4.00 5.00 6.00 10.00 15.00 25.00 Coluton.... 1 5.00 7.00 J 8.00 1 15.00 25.00 50.00 The privileges of yearly advertisers will be con Aned rigidly to their business, and all other adver tisements not pertaining to their regular business, to be Daid for extra. All legal advertisements charged at the statute prices. All transient advertisements to be paid for in a...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 21 May 1863

From the Richmond Examiner, 9th. Items Frem the Richmond Papers. CAPTURED A KM 8 GOSSIP OF YANKEE PRISONERS. The last of the trains just mentioned caroo from Hamilton's Crossing. In a conversation with Capt. B lit key, the mail agent, we heard soma interesting details. At Hamilton.' Crossing there are more musket piled on either side of the soad than have ever been seen to gether since the war. They were left on the battle fields by the Yankees, and man thousand more there are which have not yet been collected. rrtt . .. u . The number of cannon cHp ured by- our army ,s not yet known, but H li whether tho pieces taken from the Washington artillery were recaptured. It is most probable the enemy hurried them to the rear, that they might thereafter be paraded as trophies and boasted over. The Yankee prisoners admit that they were awfully beaten, but say that it was owing to the fact, which they never cease to proclaim, that they have no Generals. Many of the prisoners ay that Hooker fe...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 21 May 1863

. . , ' . . . . I g. 4 LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. w-k a tiSEN'GEB TRAINS on the Michigan Oen P Aual Kailroad, on and after Monday, Xpnl 20th will leave Dowagiac as iouow TRAINS EASTWARD. 9:25 A. VI. Don't stop. 11:40 P. M. Mail express Day Express, - - - " " . Night Express, 1:40 P. M. Mail Express, - - Dou't stop. Day Exprew, A .1. Trains connect at Chicago in the Great Central DeSoTwith trains of the Illinois Central . Ch'C W, J. d ttMic -Su- with div.rgmg from that city. At l Michi," trains of New Albany & 1 Sale m J tfac parts of Indiana. At Laxe j" iniiPt nnn K& Cut-off trains to 2. of th. necting at au "u "IJ-t Juliet with trains of KSaCo, and the Chicago A Rock Roads Qreat Western Trains connect at 1 e Ue Uoit and WedoNnd De-tro.t and Milwaukee Rail- j rievelaud Steamers. thoiSj's Ticket Offices at Detroit, Chi c Jo Joliet and Lafayette. Through Tickets can purchased to all the principal cities and towns in the United States and Canadas Luxurious sleeping cars uponaii m...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 21 May 1863

i luiotti Tba fbiluwiug I K - ' ie. wi itteu b.. Allied ii. Street, of Albany , a poe of whom tbe State aud the Nation has just reason to be uroud. was read at the great Loval League Ueetir ew York city, sixty-three. Present, Cliftord hhanahan, Judg , , 'of Probate, lu the matter of the estate of Set Our Union, the gift ol our fame s ! In wrath wara the tempeat aboe ! The darker and nearer our danger. The warme. and closer our our lore Though bleeding, it never ahall perish ; It benda but siukanot to the blast; Foes ruah on iu fury to rend it, but we will he true to the last. Our L'uion, ordainefl of Jehovah, Man seta not the fiat aside ! As well cleave the welkin asunder As the one mighty system divide. The grand Mississippi souuds ever, From the pine doi. u to palm, the decree ; The spindle, the corn, and cotton, One pteauau about, Luion to thee ! Our L'uion, the lightning of battle First kindled the flame ol its shrine I The blood and the tears of the people Uave made it forever ...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
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