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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 25 July 1861

1 1 ' L 1 T vl. . IVU . L II A I I I I 1 ii ii 1 i i 1 1 - 1 1 VOLUME IV, ; DOWAGIAC,: CASS ; COOXT Y, ; MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1861.,. NUMBER 14, ' . ' Is Published every Thursday, At Dowagiac, , Cass County, Michigan. " Bi W. H. CAMPBELL. V . la C. Jones & Co.'s New Brick Block. Terms of Subscription. . ; To office and mail subscribers $ 1 ,00 per annum, Ikvariablt iy Adtanck, . When left by the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional wiilbe eharge'd on regular rates. ' ' Rates of Advertising. 1 .. Twelve lines or less considered as a Square.) '.' 1 w.t3w.4w.l 9 m. 1 6 m. lyr. One Square.. 1 50 1 1.00 1 1.25 S.50 3.50 5.00 3 Column.. 2.00 2.50 j 3.00 6.00 8.00 lKM X Column., j 3.00 1 3.75 1 4.50 7.00 1-2.00 j 20.00 Column.. 1 4.00 5.00 ft. 00 1 10.00 j 15.00 25.00 1 Column,... 1 5.00 7.00 1 8.00 i 15.00 j 25.00 j 50.00 The privileges of yearly -advertisers will be con fined rigidly to their business, and all other adver tisements not pertaining to their regular business, to be p...

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. — 25 July 1861

Tk Advaace Movement Farther Par ticulars ol4ke Frosress Made n UTed-" aesday Washington, July 17. Gen. McDowell's account of his for ward movement has been received at the War Department: It does not dif fer from the other accounts published. It appears that the artillery and caval ry dashed through Fairfax at a" gallop in chase of the Confederate troops, following them fbuf tnfles as far as Centerville. It is understood Center ville will be defended by the rebels. Atone o'clock all the enemy's works in the neighborhood of Fairfax and Centerville were attacked. Meeting with no resistence, the barricades were easilv surrounded, and the roads were cleared of trees rtbich had been felled, delaying the advance but a few minutes. At a steep hill there were stationed two hundred rebel cavalry, who with out waiting to ascertain the strength of the advancing force, fled upon the first appearance of our skirmishers. They found fortifications about half a mile from the Court House, consist in...

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. — 25 July 1861

LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Persons receiving the Republican with the above mark Set opposite their name, will know that the term for which they bare subscribed has expired. In all cases, but one paper will be sent after the expiration, unless an arrangement for continuation by letter or otherwise is made. Subscribers are respectfully solicited to renew their sabseriptions at an early date ; by so doing there will be no break in the regular recipt of the paper, and they will also be conferring a great favor upon ns. The Law of newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscriptions. 2. ' if subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to send them nntil all arrearages are paid. ; ; S. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from' the office, they are held responsible till they hare settled their bills and ordered the paper discontinued. 4. If subscribers remov...

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. — 25 July 1861

CO 4 The Michigan Dixie. The following capital song was sung Tor the first time at a patriotic concert in Ann Arbor recently, it laving been composed especially for the occasion. Away down South, where grows the cotton, 'Seventy-six seems quite forgotten; .; . Tar away, far away, far away, Dixie land. ' ' -. Then we're bound for the land of Dixie, hurrah ! hurrah L , f , In Dixie land we'll take our .stand, i s And plant or flag in Dixie; 'away, away, .ri Away down South in Dixie, away, away. Away down South in Dixie. . That flag the foemen quailed before it, "When our patriot fathers bare iV -t , j; j . : Far away, Ac. And buttle fields are shrined in story, Where, its folds were bathed in glory, . s Tar awav,' Ac. 1 ' - v. - r -- And now when traitor hands assail it, Staunch defenders ne'er th ill fail it ; ' " Far away, &c ; , ', Nor from its glorious constellation. Stars be plucked by pirate nation ; " Far away, Ac ' ' Undimmed shall float that starry bauncr, ,' Over Charles...

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. — 1 August 1861

' 'TT ! iff 1T : f : MYYj ' - T n : - " , . . VOLUM IV. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1861. NUMBER 15, la Published erery Thursday, At Dowagiac, , Cass County, Michigan. Bt W. H. CAMPBELL. OFFICE: In G. C. Jones & Co.s New Brick Block. ; Terms of Subscription. "To office and mail subscribers $ 1 ,00 per annum, &ITAUA.BIT IS AOTAXCl. When left by the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional rill be charged on regular rates. ' Bates of Advertising. Twelve Unes or less considered as a Square.) II w.ltw.Uw.f 8m. 6m. lyr. tWftouare..t 50 1 !- M-25 2.50 1 3.50 5.00 U Column.. 2.00 2.50 j 3.00 j 6.00 8.00 j 15.00 If Column.. 1 3.00 1 3.7o j 4.50 7.00 j 12.00 20.00 t Column.. 1 4.00 5.00 j 6.00 j 10.00 1 15.00 j 25.00 1 Column.... 5.00 7.00 1 8.00 1 15.00 25.00 1 50.00 The privileges of yearly advertisers will be con fined rigidly to their business, and all other adver tisements not pertaining to their regular business, to be paid for extra. All legal advertisements ch...

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. — 1 August 1861

llepvrt r Hajor TJMwell ef Ue Tint Regiment Washington. Julr 26. tii. Bidwell, acting commander of the JUicnigan isi itegimeui., - -official report of tho engagement of Sunday, says hi loss was heavy, ec ewlng mostly in front of the enemy's batteries. The loss of officers is large ffoportionallyio men. No troops could ate maintained their formation any length of time under .such fire. They vera hurried into action after a march af twelve, miles over an exceedingly hilly and dusty road, with little or no time for rest or refreshments. But the men evinced courage, coolness, and endurance which entitle them to the highest praise. The following is the loss of the Michigan 1st. It went into the field with four hundred and seventy-five men and twenty-five officers, and lost tine officers and one hundred and eight men, as follows : Col. O. B. Wilcox, wounded and a prisoner. Killed. David Jones, Chas. Kauff tnan, George Rhodes, Wm. Matzike, (color bearer,) Nathan Steinberg and James Kelly. ...

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. — 1 August 1861

, LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Persons receiving the Republican with the above mark tet opposite their name, will know that the term for which they hare subscribed has expired: In all cases, but one paper will be sent alter the expiration, unless an arrangement for continuation by letter or otherwise is made. Subscribers are respectfully solicited to renew their smbseriptions at an early date ; by so doing there will be no break in the regular recipt of the paper, and they will also be conferring a great favor upon us. The Law of Newspapers. ' 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscriptions. i. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to send ihem nntil all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office, they are held responsible till they hare settled their bills and ordered the paper discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove t...

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. — 1 August 1861

The Little Frock and Shoes. A little frock but slightly worn, Of blue and white delaine, With edging round the neck end sleeves, Lay folded neat and plain ; Beside a pair of little shoes With here and there a flaw, Lay half-concealed among the things In mother's bureau draw. : Summer had passed away from earth, With all its sweetest ties ; The birds had left their summer haunts, For more congenial skies ; The twilight breezes softly played Among the dews f even An angel left his home on high, To gather flowers for Heaven. The angel near and nearer came. Where sister, sick, diJ lie, Then gently funoeJ her faded cheek, And pointed to the sky ; The morning shone upon the bed. The autumn wind blew free The angel moved bis silver wings, And whispered, "Come with me." We gathered round her dying bed, With hearts to weep and pray ; And many were the tears we ahed, When sister went away. No bitter tears had she to weep, No sin to be forgiven ; Eut closed her little eyes in sleep To open the...

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. — 8 August 1861

JL VOLUME IV. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1861. MMElt 16; .7M 4 J rrA .til 11 ' - i rv. : i I ill r I' Is Pobhshed every Thursday, At Dowagiac, Cass County, Michigan. Br TV. II. CAMPBELL. OFFICE: la G. C. Jones & Co.'s New Brick Block. ' - in Terms of Subscription. , To office and mail subscribers $1 ,00 per annum, I.XTAEUBLT IX ADTAXCK. ' When left by the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional rill be charged on regular rates. ' Rates of Advertising. '(Twelve lines or less considered as a Square.) 6 ro. 1 1 yr. Qnc Square.. SO 1.00 1 1.25 2.50 j 8.50 6.00 Column.. 2.00 1 2.50 j 3.00 I 6.00 1 8.00 j 15.00 K Column., j 8.00 1 3.t5 j 4.50 j 7.00 12.00 20T00 Column.. 1 4.00 j 5.00 j 6.00 j 10.00 1 15.00 j 25.00 1 Column.... 1 5.00 1 7.00 1 8.00 1 15.00 I 25.00 I 50.00 The privileges of yearly advertisers will be con doned rigidly to their business, and all other adver tisements not pertaining to their regular business, .to be naid for extra. All legal advertisemen...

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. — 8 August 1861

err Proclamation of Got Gamble. Jkwkrson Citt, Aug. fc. Gov Gamble lias Tsstied a proclama tion to the people of Missouri, the prin ciple features of whicfr are as follows : I do hereby strictly charge and en join upon all Sheriffs and other magis trates "who are conservators of the peace, to use all the powers confer red upon them by law, in arresting and bringing to punishment all persons who disturb the public peace by using violence against any of their fellow citi zens, and especially are you charged to bring to justice all who combine to practice violence against other persons on account of their political opinions ; and if force should be employed to re sist you in the discharge of your duties to an extent that we caunot overcome by the means provided by law, you are charged to make known that fact to this Department, that proper measures mav be taken in such cases. . "'It is enjoined upon all citizens that thet perform the duty of giving inlor mation of deposits or munitions...

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. — 8 August 1861

LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. ... "X." Persons receiving the i2pMica with the above mark let opposite their name, will know that the term for which the hare subscribed has expired. In all cases, bat one paper will be sent after the expiration, unless an arrangement for continuation by letter or otherwise is made. Subscribers are respectfull solicited to renew their subscriptions at an early date ; by"so doing there will be no break in the regular recipt of the paper, and they will also be conferring a great faror upon us. Tk Law of jfewspapers. 1. Subscribers who d not give express notice td the contrary; arnfonsidered as wishing to con tinue their subscriptions. ' i. tf subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office, they are held responsible till they hare settled their bills and ordered the piper discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove t...

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. — 8 August 1861

Have yon tearil the News! ISTE W HARDWARE STORE 020,000 To be Sold in Dowagiac. THE Subscriber having lately.rented the Brick Store owned by Joel II. Smith, at the east end of the Square and next door to Mr. Bigelow's Furniture btore, would intimate tnai ne is pre pared to furnish on short notice ENGLISH and AMERICAN HARDWARE AMD CUTLERY, Mechanics' Tools, Farmers Implements, Blacksmith Tools and Stock, HOUSE TRIMMINGS, Paints and Oils, Sash and Patty, MISCELLANEOUS GOODS, Of all kinds usually kept in a Hardware Store. S TO VES. will have a very fine assortment of all kinds of eastern uook. f arlor and Box- Stoves, ana wm be sold at Competition prices. Tin Roofing, Gutter and Conductor Pipes will be made and put up on short notice. JOB WORK of all kinds done with dispatch and in a workmanlike manner. My prices will be as low for work and on allgoods as at Mies or elsewhere for the -quality. WANTED In exchange for Goods or Cash : 50,000 pounds Rags. 20.000 pounds Old Coppei 1,000 pou...

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. — 15 August 1861

. .. . ..... . : . - i i 1! !';-v-vAl. ;r ...r- . ... - 5''. . 'a. ! l i r 07r.! -. .'. v;! ;!. '..' ,?t . lnn::o'0 ,"--l VOLUME IV. DOWAGIAC, GASS' 15, 1861; ATUJIEE1M7. :-.:t - I K. ' V . A"' M - ... . 1 I ii. ii r-N i i . . rv . - ? ? i r vw i i ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ' i . .A I , k. - j'.;' i i ii til ii iiiii i i v i ii - : . x . ii ii. I II ..-. -U I , I I ' I r MI I. J I I I , I 1,1 I I I I I It'll ii..,iv .."r",. . , . ' - ! At , .'. " Is Published every Thursday,' Dowagiac, Cass Coanty, Michij .BTWi H. CAMPBELL. : ' , .ct: o-JF-tp ICS: - ' V la O. C. Jones & Co.'s New Brick Block. Term of Subscription.. - To office and mail subscribers $1,00 per annum, IXTARIVBLT I!T AdTAXCK. . When left by the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional Will be charged on regular rates- . v- . . Sates of AdFertiswg. - , fTwelve lines or less considered as a Square.) ' " 1 1 w. 1 3 w. i w. 8 m. 6 nu 1 yr. fine Square.. 60 1 1.00 1 L25 -'.mii., j 3.00 1 2.50 1 3.00 j 2.50 3.501 S-00 6.00 j 8.00 115...

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. — 15 August 1861

2i Waller 61 m Eeeiort Devoastratioa im Baltimore. Baltimoee, Aug. 8. Messrs. Breckinridge and Vallandig lata hay partaken of a grand dinner at theEutair House this erening, giren hr the Baltimore Secessionists. At 1 1 o'clock they were serenaded by the Blues' band. Mr. Breckinridge is now tttenapting to speak, bat is constantly Interrupted by the cheers for Critten den, General Scott, the Kentucky elec tion, and for the Union. It is impossi ble to hear what he is trying to say. There are several thousand persons present, most of whom are Union men. They call on the band for the . Star Spangled Banner and Yankee Doodle, but can get nothing from tliera but Dixie and the Marseilles. All attempt lo quiet the people are responded to by cries of " remember the 19th of April," remember the week of terror." Sev eral fights took place, and some of the secessionists were roughly handled. He was finally compelled to retire with out speaking, and the cheers of his friends were deafened amid gr...

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. — 15 August 1861

LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. 7 Persona receiving the Rtpublican with the abort taark set opposite their name, will know that the term for which the bare inbscribed hat expired. In all cases, bat one paper will be sent after the expiration, unlets an arrangement for continuation by letter or otherwise is made. Subscribers are respectfully solicited to renew their sabseriptions at an early date ; by so doing there will be no break in the regular recipt of the paper, and they will also be conferring a great faror upon us. Tb Law of Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not giro express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinne their subscriptions. S. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. i. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office, they are held responsible till they hare settled their bills and ordered the paper discontinued. 4. If subscribers remore to o...

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. — 15 August 1861

CO PROBATE ORDER. ' STATE OF MICHIU AN County of Cass. ss. At a session of the Probate Court for the County of Cass, holden at t'ae Probate Office, in Cassapolis, on Thursday the first day of August, in the rear one thousand eight hundred and sixty one. Present Clifford Shanahan, Judge of Pro bate. In the matter of the estate of William Bannnrd, deceased. On reading and filing the netition duly yenned, of Ilanuah B. Cannard. praying for license to sell real estate 'of said deceased. Thereupon it is ordered, that Saturday, the fourteenth day of September next, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, be assigned. for the bearing- of said petition, and that the -heirs at law ot saia deceased, and all other persons interested in said estate, are required to appear t a sc-saiun tf said court, tnen to be no Iden at ic rrotwe wm-. inC Cassapolis, and show cause, if any there be. whv praver of the peiiliontr should not be grunted. Lnd it is further urdeied. that said pt utiuner the A srive notice t...

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. — 22 August 1861

r : " .! el tl Jl ) ;!': - f r. YOLME IV. .DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, - MTCIIIfjAN,; ;TII01iSMYj 'AUGIJST 22, 1861. -HI :-n : NUMBER 18, 5 r 'ifr i I 7: ! . ... : . ...!: ? h ,:v::;v;.f Eire At '0)wAgiac' Cass County,' Michigan! Bt W. H. CAMPBELL. v': 'OPPICBs'"-'' w 4 G. C. Jones & Co.'s New Brick Block. . .; o-f." ..Terms of Subscription. . To office nd mail subscriber $1,00 per annum, STAMABLY IX AbTAXCB. ' When left bj the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional will b charged on regular rate. - . y. . ;,; : ' : ' ' - ;!.(, ; ; ilates of.Advertisin. - x , (TweKe lines or less considered as a Square.) 1 1 w. 1 3 w. 1 4 w. 8 m. 1 6 m. 1 1 jr. Sauare.. I 60 1 1.00 1 I 2.50 I 8.501 5.00 1 Column., j 2.00 1 2.50 j 3.00 6.00 8.00 1 15.00 ! Column.. 1 8.00 3.75 j 4.50 . 7.CH) j 12.00 j 2oTOQ iV Column.. 1 4.00 1 5.00 I 6.00 1 10.00 1 15.00 I 25.00 . i Column.-. 1 5.00 1 7.00 8.00 1 15.00 25.00. 50.00 ' .The pririlesces of yearly advertisers will be con fined rigidly to their business, and all ...

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. — 22 August 1861

the MraTitS8 CT us." , ueuen caneu tfeotrnxiTofw,-at which, there was tffeSHy tftfhaainlotfirfoicV for evacua flifg' Springfield.'- fieri:- Sweeny pied elbtitHtitly againit Btlch 9 course, de clared it tfbmld-btf the ruin of the Un ion cause io thtxf quarter of the State, and urged a battle as soon a the ene my "were within striking distance.-. He also pointed out the loss of reputation iotb to the General and his officers which would follow such a step. This counsel decided the course to be pur sued, and Thursday when the brigade Onftrtirm!itr tnnmroil when V8 were to leave Springfield, Gen. Lyon replied whinrjed." This .he retreated without a battle he would certainly hare been pursued by a boast ful and unpunished enemy, and very liVflr have his retreat entirely cut of After being wounded ho exclaimed to Major Schofield, "The day is lost," but the Mnior said "No, General, let us try once more." So they tried, and the General fell. It was now a little after sine o'clock, and the b...

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. — 22 August 1861

, LOCAL AND !USCELLANEOUS; Person receiving the Republican with the abore riari set opposite their name, will know that the term for which they hare subscribed has expired. Id all cases, bat one paper will be sent after the aspiration, unless an arrangement for continuation by letter or otherwise is made. . Subscribers are respectfully solicited to renew their subscriptions at an earl date ; by 10 doing there will be bo break in the regular recipt of the paper, and they will also be conferring a great faror upon ns. Tho Law of Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not giro express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscriptions. .t. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. , 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office, they are held responsible till they hare settled their bills and ordered the paper discontinued. , 4. If subscribers remo...

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. — 22 August 1861

The Blacksmith ah hit Sons. TBttEfO WHILE THX 105 XS HOTr"' A 'Xteksiaritb'of Brooklyn Sew York, and his four sons hava enlisted during the war ia the 4th Regiment,' , r rj"7-T With head erect and fipl compressed, j, . ;.v lie throws hia hammer by ir n The purpose of his manly breast ' ' m ' q i.oWfhaOrdi? I'l IHTOO He seeks the camp; "Put' down my name,'? (My boys will mind the shop,) ", r v If the traitors want my heart's best blood, I'll sell it drop by drvp." "And here comes now my oldest boy : V. ; My son what would you do? "Father, my brother will drive the trade; IVe Come to fight with you." . . ' . J VGod bless him r Well put down his name, ' V ' I cannot send him home ' , ' ' .;". ' But here's the other boy, I see : ' ily son what made you come f ' ! '-; ; "Father, I could not work alone The shop may go to grass ; I've come to fight for the good old flag ; . Stand off here let me pass." "Yes put hira down he's a noble boy ; ' I've two that are younger still ; They'll drive ...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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