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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 7 April 1864

Wpublirait VOLUME VI. NO. 51. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1864. WHOLE NO. 311, Wm foimto F5 Si. Is Published every Thursday, At Dowagiac, Cass Couotr, Michigan, CAMPBELL MEAD, Publishers. O F y I C K: la the Brick Block Corner Front and Commercial Streets. Terms of Subscription. To office sad mail subscribers, $ 1 ,50 per annum, Ixvakiablt I Advanck. When left by the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional will be charged on regular rates. Rates of Adrertissng. (TwsWe lines or less considered as a Square.) I w. 8w. 4w. 3 m. 6m. lr. OaeSquare.j 50 1 1.00 1 1.25 1 2.50 8.50 j TOO X Column..! 2. 00 1 2.5013.001 6.00 8.00 Jjojg X Colnmn.. 8.00 3.75 j 4.50 7.00 12-00 1 20-00 Column..! 4.00 i 5.00 1 6.00 1 10.00 1 15.00 1 25.00 Column... . 5.00 1 7.00 8.0Q 15.00 2B.O0 50.00 Tho nriunovoa of vearlv 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. — 7 April 1864

Special Dispatch to toe Chicago Tribune TILE COLES VOUNTY AFFRAY. The Rebel Prisoners Taken to Spring field for Trial Mattoox, Colea Co., IlL April's, 1864, The great copperhead riot has en tirely subsided, and the valiant secesh who were going to clean out the sol dier and Union men, have scattered like Waves before the wind. From all I ean learn tbero is not a man ip either Edgar or Coles county (ejeept the fugitives) who would un der any consideration admit he is a Copperhead. They are now all Union mejk and curse those their former friends who were captured. Even Judge Constable has changed his spots, and is now in favor of dealing in the most summary manner with tnose who were the active participants in the re volt. About forty affidavits have been made by the witnesses of the affray, all substantiating, in whole or in part, those given in my dispatch of yester day. , Jt is rumored in Charleston to day ihat five coflir.s bad been sent for by the Copperheads, so that their falle...

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 April 1864

LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. PASSEOER TRAINS on the Michigan Cen tral Railroad, on and after Monday, Jan. 11th, will leave Dowagiac aa follows : TRAINS EASTWARD. Mail emresa 10:30 A. VI Evening Express. 10:90 P. M. Night Express. 2:15 A. M. TRAINS WESTWARD. Mail Express, 5:55 P. M. Evening Express, 8:15 A. M. Niht Express, 6:10 A. M. Trains connect at Chicago in the Great Central Denot. with trains of the Illinois Central. Chicago, Burlington A Quincv, and also with all other lines j: P r .J . . . u:.l: rstv with a;.. PL- v-.. a. i;k;,r.n f!itv with v til L. e.lm K..ilr,..nl. to parts of Indiana. At Lake Junction, witn me Joliet Cut-off traius toMatteson ami Join t, con necting at Matteson aud Calomel with trains ot tnc Illinois Central Road, and at Joliet with trains of the St. Louis, Alton A Chicago, and the Chicago k Rock Island Roads. . . , ... Trains connect at Detroit with Great estern and Grand Trunk Railways of Canada, and the De troit and Toledo, and Detroit and Milwaukee Rtil ...

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. — 7 April 1864

CongreM. Sknatb, March 3Q Mr. Wiley ro ported adversely on the resolution di recting the Superintendent of the Con ana to prepare certain tables showing the population, products, and manufac tures of certain sections by compari son, and in detail ; ordered to the ta ble. Mr. Feesenden reported back the House bill making appropriations for the legislative, executive, and judi cial expenses of the Government for the current year, with amendments, Mr. Wilson reported back from the Military Committee the bill for paying to Minnesota the costs, charges, and expenses of the Indian War of 1862 ; referred. Mr. Sherman submitted a letter, with details of the claims of Mrs. Mary Throckmorton, for compen sation for six negroes claimed as her wn, which the District Commissioners of Emacipation could not allow, her husband being in the Iie'oel army, though a son is an officer in the Union array. Mr. Harlan reported a bill to aid a railroad in Iowa, from McGregor long the forty third parallel to ...

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 April 1864

piii VOLUME VI. NO. 52. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1864. WHOLE NO. 312. Is Published every Thuradajr, At Dowaglac, Cau Countjr, Michigan, CAMPBELL & MEAD, Publishers. OTTFICE: fn the Brick Block Corner Front and Commercial wcu. Terms of Subscription. ,-o office and mail subscribers, 1 ,50 per annum Jwariablt Iw Adtakc. When left by the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional will be charged on regular rates. Rates of Advert! sang. (Twelve lines or less considered as a Square.) 1 w. w.4w. 8 m. 6 m. 1 yr. One Square.! 50 1 1.00 1 1.26 1 8.50 8.50 1 5.00 X Column..2.00 f 2.50 1 3.00 1 6.00 8.00 15.00 X Colnmn.. 3.00 3.75 4.50 7.00 112.00 I 20. 00 K Column.. 4.00 j 5.00 6.001 10-00 1 15.00 25.00 1 Column.... 5.00 17-00 1 8.00 1 15.00 26.00 50.00 The privileges of yearly advertisers will be con- nneu ntriulV iO loeir uumucas, uu an uvuci bui ci - tisements not pertaining to their regular business, to be paid for extra. All legal advertisements charged at the statute...

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 April 1864

THE CASS COUKTY REPUBLICAN W .11 .CAMPBELL .Editob. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thnraday Moria:. April 14, 184. The New Pollcv of the War. In giving Fntdom to the Slartt, we ensure Free dom to th Free, honorable alike in vhat we give and what tc rectis. Weshall nobly save or mean ly lot the but bett hops of earth. Other meant may succeed, this could not fail. The way is plain, ptaesful, gtntrou$, just. A n ay wh uh if followed, the world tciilforeir applaud, and God mvttfor tvsrbUss. President Lincoln' Message, December 1st. Is62. For Prhident in 1864, ABRAHAM LIAJLi. Republican State Convention. A EipdMif n State Convention, to appoint six teen Delegate ta represent this State in the Na tional nei. .on at Baltimore, June 7th, to nom inate candidates for President and Vice President, will be held vh the city of Detroit, on Wkhnespat, THE KIL HTKENTH DAY Of MAT NEXT, AT 11 O CLOCK A. M. The S4veral counties will send two Delegates ior each ReDresentative iDlhe lower branch of the S...

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 April 1864

ER LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS TIASSENGBB TRAINS on the Michigan Cen X tral Railroad, on and after Monday, Jan. llth, will leave Dowagiac as follows: TRAINS EASTWARD. express lM A. 11. Evening Express, lo-.O P. M. Night Express, is A. M TRAINS WESTWARD. Mail Express, 5.55 p. 54 Evening hxpress, 2:15 A. M. Night Express, 6:10 A. M. Trains connect at Chicago in the Great Central Depot, with trains of the Illinois Central, Chicago, Burlington A Quincy, and also with all other lines diverging from that city. At Michigan City with trains of New Albany A Salera Railroad, to all parts of Indiana. At Lake Junction, with the Joliet Cut-off traius toMatteson and Joliet. Con necting at Matteson and Calumet with trains ol the llliuois Central Road, and at Joliet with trains of the St. Louis, Alton A Chicago, and the Chicago A Rock Island Roads. Trains connect at Detroit with Great Western and Grand Trunk Railwavs of Canada, and the De troit ai.d Toledo, and Detroit and Milwaukee Rail roads, and Cle...

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 April 1864

I- Arlemns Ward's Adventure. I must relate a little incident which happened to your humble servant on his return borne from the wars. I ws walking along thcetreet, look in' to gallant and gay in my brass kote an' bloo bottons, and other military harness, when an excited female rushed out ov a house, and throwed her plump handles aroun' my peck which part I didn't mind much, as they were round ones and exclaimed : "Doo I behold the once again !" "You do an' I think you are hold ing me to fastiy," soz I, trying to re lease the cxeentrick femail's nrms. "O, hev you cum back hov'you cum back J? she widely cried, baagtN1 tigh ter to my neck. "Certai'ily I've enm back," sez I, "or else I wouldn't be here. But I don't think I know you mucWly,'Jfc "Not know me your own Claretta Rosetta Belletta ?ho who lias not sot her eyes onto you for more'n too years ?" "Yes," she continued, placin' her handftontp my shoulders, an' lookin' up into my face like a dyin' hoss-rly "yes I seo my own Alfred's ...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 6 July 1876

Cass County Republican. Published Every Thursday. AT Dowagiac, Cass County, Michigan, In the Third Story of Gibbs' Brick Block, corner Front and Commercial Street. Holmes fc Greenleaf, Publishers. TERMS $2.00 Per Annum. 31 00)1 SOfM H 13 OC -S4 6014 7 00 2 001 5 00 ?00i 9 00 15 HO. 25 00 4 CO y oo 13 Sf' 16 00:24 00 4 0 00 10 OOllfi cH'24 COfffi 0040CO 7 5 00 a U'lsioess Dirct-r ,rv not exceeding 5 lines, 95 per year, S3 for six moiits. For each additional line of space, 50 e'ts a year. Local and Business Notices in reading mittef type, 10 cents per line for the first insertion, and 6 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Legal advertising at statute rates, payablo in advance when po affidavit is riqi'ireJ. .Advertisements not ordered (or a speci6ed time will be marked 'till forbid1 and charged ac cordingly. A discount of 50 cents is ma le if paid strictly in advance. Fifteen cents additional is charged for postage for papers sent out of the county VOL. 19. DOWAGIAC, MICH., ...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 6 July 1876

I s f BY HOLMES A QREEA'LEAF. DoiragiacJuly 6, 1876. FOR PRESIDENT, KUTI1ERF0RD K HAYES, Of Ohio. SOU VICE PRESIDENT, WTLLIAM A. WHEELER, Of New York. Bepnblican County Convention. . J Republicans of C if County are requested t t the Court Room in the village of The to meet ( ' I to .r 11 o'elok n. m , on TaesAoy the "1'th day of July, 1876, fv the ru ri' s ol innninrlsMT 8 deleeatc to the Btni iC mn rr:;i(i . w.-n.-h wi .1 i nominate the Elee- ImsI i.d State tickets on the II dav of August. Mm b ieiagetw to represent this County tbe CoDsrionui Qrata to b ku Mm, August -tn; and for the transaction of such other bwrafss as may come before the convention. Tho KVfrl lownnhina will h. entitled to a delegate for every twemy votes cast at any tie-1 tion within two years. By order of County Committee. W. P. BENNETT, F. J. Atwell, Chairman. Seen t June 20th, 18 376. Out next Representative. Th laro- numher ot rnndidatPH - . . .. mmi it t Federal Union," their"devotion to the wn wish to succ...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 6 July 1876

Local Department. Pop, Fin, Bang, And the glorious Fourth is over. More rain and that hay oat. Reshore's have a new elerk. Board meeting next Friday night. J. B. Crawford started for Boston Monday night. The Hayes and Wheeler club is a Hving reality. How can hard and soft trot in double harness ? The Niles graduating class num bered twenty lour. Mrs. Roe. McNair is visiting rela tives in the village. The voice of the reaper will soon be heard in the land. Will the soft money tail waggle the hard money dog ? The school bell is silent and schol ars and teachers are rusticating. The ones who do not have a head ache to-day are the exceptions. Brick Pomeroy gigs the St. Louis nominees, and howls like a maniac. - "Well there. I never will go to another iourtb of July. But next year you will be as crazy as ever The St. Louis Convention should have been posted in Scripture and not yoked the ass and ox together. Tbe Hayes and Wheeler club did themselves honor by electing Mr. Samuel Johnson a...

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. — 6 July 1876

PRACTICAL INFORMATION. Family Matters. Bathe weak eyes before retiring at night with a little sugar dissolved in warm water. Three or foru tablespoonfuls of vinegar to the gallon of cream before churning will prevent butter becjm lDgHoft iti hot weather. Vl has been found to be a success- ful method to freeze beef tea, and to administer it in lumps to children or patient, to suck tlur ng lever. In this form they will prefer beef tea to any other kind of food. The best way to elean the inside of old iron pots and pans is to fill them with water in which a few ounces of washing coda is dissolved, snd set them on the tire. Lei the! water boil until the inside of the pot! looke clean. Scorches mado by heated flat-irons oan be removed from linen by spread ing over the cloth a paste made, of the juice pressed from two onions, j one-quarter ounce white soap, twoi ounces fullers earth and one-half j pint vinegar. Mix, boil well and cool before using. To whiten lace, iron it slightly and tew...

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. — 26 June 1878

I r Cass County Republican. Published Every Wednesday, t at ' Dowagiac, Cass County, Michigan, In the Third Storj of Gibbs' Brick BloL, corner Front and Commercial streets. Holmes fc Green leaf, Publishers. TERMS $2.00 Per Annum. WT A discount of 50 cents is made if paid trictly in advapce. Fifteen cents additional is charged for postage for papers sont ciit of the county. Official Directory COUNT! OFFICERS. Sheriff James II. Stamp. Judge of Probate William P. Bennett. County Clerk Charles L. Morton. County Trea?uror Hiram S II idsell. Register of Deeds Stephen L. Uoorge. . Prosecuting Attorney Harscn D. Smith. Circuit Court Commissioners Geo. Ketcham and Joseph B. Clarke. Surreyor Amo3 Smith, Vandalia. Corouor Z. Aldrieh. The Post Office address of the aboTe officers is baaaapolis, with the exception ot J. B. Clarke, Whioh is Dowagiac, and Amos Smith, Vandalia. SUPERVISORS. karcellus A. F. Caul, Democrat. VolinU John Uuff, Republican. Wayne Thadeus Hampton, " Hirer Creek Adam Suits...

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. — 26 June 1878

The BepmMie&m. The earnings of the State prison at Jackson during 1877 were $112,532 agaiuts 101,978 in 1876. The excess of earnings of the prison over expen WAGON AND Coining by Rail on Three Special Trains. BY HOLMES & OREENLEAF. i9 mm ses were o,dS4.43. Dowagiac, June 19, 1878. Republican Congressional Conven tion. A Republican Congressional Convention, to nominate a member of Congress from the Fouith Congressional District, wiil bo held at tho village ot Cissopolis, on Thursday, July 25th, 1378, at 11 o'clock a. m . Tho counties comprising the District will be entitled to delegates as follows: Berrien sixteen, C'.iss ten, KalMMBM sixteen, St Joseph thirteen, and Van Buren fourteen. HENRY C BRIGQS, Ch'n J. P. THRESHER, CHAS. L. MORTON, J. W. FRENCH, (JEO. W. LAWTON. Kalamaxoo, May 31, 1878. Committee. Casso polls Items. Th e Secretary of the Agricultural Society has been instructed to corres pond with Col. Robert Ingersoll in hopes of obtaining him to deliver a lecture ne...

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. — 26 June 1878

Local Department. The circus is coming. Sherwood has a fine new lamp. Mr Zed. Jarvis has returned from Mrs Norman Jarvis met with a severe accident last Monday. While she fell from tne tree and dislocated her shoulder. Dr. McMastcr was called and adjusted the member and she will be all right in a few days. Texas. Cronk A Son have a new sign for their grocery. Now let the children have a gooa time during vacation. Anyono wishing a good girl to do housework please enquire at this of fice. A line of hitching posts has been put up along the commons in front of the Seymour House. Our band furnished excellent music and received many compliments at the pioneer's picnic. The M. E. supper Wednesday evening passed off pleasantly, with a large number in attendance. The Greenback Congressional Con vention for the Fourth District is called to meet at Niles July 23. Mr Chester Elliot is home tor a abort visit. He is located in York Bute, and is a practicing lawyer. Ben. Oppenheim, a young brother...

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. — 26 June 1878

a f I PRACTICAL INFORMATION. How to Tell that Eggs arc Eggs. A good cgs will sink in water. A boiled vis which i'b done will dry quickly on ihe shell wheu taken from the kettle. The boiled eggs which adhere to the shell aro trwb laid. After a egg has laid a day or more the shell co in is oft' easily when boiled. A fresh egg has a lime like surface to its shell. Stale eggs are glassy and smooth of shell. Eggs which have been packed in lime look stained ami show the ac tion of the lime on the rarfaee. Eggs packed in bran for a long time smell and taste inu-ty. With .the aid ot the hands or a piece of paper rolled in iunnel shape and held toward the light, the human eye tan look through an egg, shell and all. If the esr is clear and golden in appearance when held to the light it is good; if dark or spotted, it is bad. The badness ot an egg can eome times be told by shaking it near she holder's ear, but the test is a danger ous one. Thin shells are caused by a lack of gravel, etc., amon...

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. — 2 July 1879

Cass County Republican. Published Every Wednesday, AT Dowagiae, Cass County, Michigan, In the Third StorT of Gibbs' Brick Bloc!., corner Front and Commercial Streets. JIATES OP ADVERTISING. COUNTY 1 m 2 m. j 3 m. i 6 m. ; 1 year 1 Inch.. it coi... 1 Col... 1 00il 50 2 50 3 00 4 50 8 7 00 2 00 5 00 7 00 9 00 15 00 1 25 00 4 001 9 00113 50 18 00;24 00 40 00 10 00; 16 00)24 00!28 0040 OO! 75 08 Car ls id Bu5iness Directory, not exceediur 5 linep. So per year, S3 for six months. Far each additional lino of space, 50 c ts a year. Local and ll.isiness Notice in reading m Uter vpc, 10 cents per !iuo for tho first insertion, and 0 cent? per line for each subsequent insertion. Legal :idreuisinr at statute rate?, payable in advance when no affidavit is required Advertisements not ordered lor a specified tune mm be marked 'till forbid' and charged ac cordingly. VOL. 22. DOWAG1AC, MICH., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1879. NO. 14. CASS REPUBLICAN. Holmes & Greexleaf, Publishers. TERMS S2.00 Per Annum....

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 2 July 1879

The Bepu&IIc&m, BY HOLMES & GREENLEAF. Dowagiac, July 2, 1879. 79 EES. GRADUATING GALORE. Lars Audience, Good Productions and all in Order. The graduating excrises of our school have become an annual event of no small importance inDocvagiac circles, and is anxiously looked tor ward to by all interested parties. The occasion last Friday evening was no exception to the rule, and in deed seemed to out-d all former ones. At seven o'clock the church was full, then the aisles were filled with chairs, then every available space was ocoupied by people, who stood patiently through the long ex ercises. Tha stage was beautifully decorated, and was occupied by the class, thirteen in number, some of the teachers, the board and ministers. At a little before eight o'clock the exereises commenced by a piece ot music, rendered by Miss Phillips, soprano; Mrs. Beck with, alto; Mr. II. Defendorf, baa; and Mr. J. E. McXair, tenor. llev, Mr. Jacokes offered prayer. man's insignificance, was t...

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. — 2 July 1879

JLocal Departmeri Wheat $1.00( 1.02. Wool packing is iu order. A number went down to Nilea to feee Pi u afore. New potatoes were brought into market last week, Mrs. May Bowling paid Paw Paw v'i6il last Sunday. Several egg wagons are out on the road trom this place. Martial music and Declaration of Independenee at the park, July 4th. Anyone having a house and lot to ell cheap, inquire at this oSice at once. The Misses Richardson, ofNiles, -were the guests of Mrs. Cross last week. Harry Hant, of Bill Poster fame, nas found a girl -who is willing to marry him. We are again indebted to Hon. J. C. Burrows for public documents of importance. Mrs. Prindle and daughter have returned from Illinois. Mrs. Dow is in poor health. Sil ver eels to the number of 10,000 have been put in the Paw Paw river, from the Pokagon hatchery. Everybody with his "sisters, aunts and cousins" is invited to come to the park on Friday evcuing. Miss Julia Michael spends her va cation at Lansing in the Auditor Genera...

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. — 2 July 1879

PRACTICAL INFORMATION. . Going Back to Farms. Just after the war, when inflated prices painted pictures of fortuue in all kinds of city and town vocations when banking, insurance and the agency business were supposed to yield wealth almost without limit, and when it was believed that for tunes could bo made by merely or ganizing some kiud of stock compa ny and putting the shares on the mar ket, there was a general flocking of young men from farms to cities and towns, to get rich without labor. But that delusion has ended in bitterness and disappointments to thousands all over the land, aud proved that tho game of living by the wits is one that very few ean thrive at. We are beginning to realize that farming possesses oue pre-eminent merit it will yield a living, if nothing more, and that is more than can be said ol many city pursuits. It is generally estimated a plodding, unromantic business: but this is oitset by its ex- emptment from the harassment and tragio features that too oft...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
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