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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 30 June 1880
1 Cass County Republican Published Every Wednesday, AT Doicagiac, Cass County, Michigan, la the Third Story of Gibbs' Brick Bloch, corner Front and Commercial Streets. RATES OF ADVERTISING. CASS COUNTY REPUBLICAN, SPACE. 1 m 2 m. 3 m. 6 m. 1 year 1 Inch.. X Col... KCol... 1 CoL.. SI 00 SI 50 2 00 5 00 4 00 9 00 S2 50 83 00 7 00! 9 00 4 50 9 7 OS 5 00 25 00 13 50:18 00124 00 40 00 75 00 UP 0UI16 00)21 00128 0040 00 Cards ia Business Directory, not exceeding 5 lines. $5 por year, S3 for six months. For eaeh additional line of space, 50 c'ts a year. Local and Business Notices in reading matter type, 10 cents por line for tho first insertion, and 6 cents per line for each subsequent insertion Legarl advertising at statute ratos, payable is advance when no affidavit is required. Advertisements cot ordered for a specified time will bo marked 'till forbid' and charged ac cordingly. r- P Holmes & Greenleaf, Publishers. TERMS 2.00 Per Annum. A discount of 50 cents is made rietlv in advan...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 30 June 1880
r to J no to Mi Garfield was one of the committee f conference between the two booses. Iu this committee there was a contest ot six hours on the salary question and Gen. Garfield steadily voted against every propo sition to increase salaries. lie found himself in a hopeless minority. There were but two tilings toe done refuse to act with the committee and oppose the bill in the house, or gain his points as near as possible and unite in reporting it back. The first proposition would have made an ex tra session necessary to pass the ap propriation bill, which also contained many measures ot great importance to the country and which demanded immediate aotiou. In submitting the bill ho said: ul was opposed to the increase in conference as I was opposed to it in the diseussion and in my votes here, but my associate conlreos were in favor of the Senate amendment, and I was compelled to choose between signing the report and running the risk of bringing on an extra session of congress." Thi...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 30 June 1880
Local Department. Corn 35. Oats 2830. Wool 3540 cents. Wheat 9095 cents. Fireworks at Lee Bros. Clover Seed $3.253.75. Legion of Honor meets to-nigTit. See the new column ad. of Lee Bros. Potatoes Early Robc, 20. Peach Blows 25. Remember the ice cream social at the park to-night. Remember the meeting of the Re publican club Thursday night. Let every republican in the city be at the club room to-morrow night. The State Republican Convention is called to meet at Jaokson Aug. 5th. The average politician now dis cusses political matters on the streets as of yora. Remember the Caw County Med ical Society meet at Diamond Lake Island June 26th. Little Dora Lovett has gone to Albion, leaving last jSaturday, and expaots to make quite a lengthy TMlt. A refrigerator car for the trans portation of perishable goods is now run east over the central every Thursday. The corpse of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Snyder's little babe, aged about one year, waa brought here for burial yesterday. The brave quiet hea...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 30 June 1880
... r r c. PRACTICAL INFORMATION. THE BEST WHEAT. In the International millers' exhi bition at Cincinnati the committee JJEWEY DEaFEI-TDORF1 & XaYLiE. Srt'qMetioB STtri the best Has all been made over new, and they have added a Carpet de Tarieties of wheat for flour-making, partraent to it. You will now find an elegant stock of Carpets ubmitted an elaborate report, which m the front basement of our store, sta'i s on the inside leading i. of so much importance to wheat- to it We have fitted up these rooms specially for Carpets, rrmu-er th.it wo riuote its material - . , , r - . i" rt;njiin fi.u & foiiowi ! 5 . . . . In the hrst plaee wo nare mevaie now receiving tues guous. xuvy are an new ana iaie u with much difficulty in determiuiug signs, and w hope to be able to suit every one, which is the beat wheat for milling . ye keep Hemp Carpe Rag Carpets, Cotton Carpets, Bu rn tho United Mates, on account ot r i i o ' , t L i the vast extent of -wheat-growing ?ers, Extra bupers, ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 18 August 1880
6ass Gountt Republican. Published Every Wednesday, AT Dotodgiac, Cass County, Michigan, ta the Third Siory of Qibbs' Brick Bloc-, corner Front and Commercial Streets. RATES OF ADVERTISING. CASS COUNTY REPUBLICAN I in. ; 3 ca. 6 m. 2 50!3 0o!s4 50 .70D 9 001.5 00 13 50 18 00 24 00 I ear 24 00 28 CO 40 00 Curds in Busipess Directory, not exceedisr 2 C. J. Greenleaf, Publisher. TERMS 2.00 Per Annum. WgT A discount of 30 cents is mado if paid Strictty in advance. Fifteen cents additional is charged for postage for papers sent out of the eonnty. aaditional line of space. 50 c'ts a year. Locnl and Business Notices in rending B itter type, 1U cents per line for the first insertion mm 6 cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Legal advertising at statute rate?. r;ivM in VOL. 23. DOWAGIAC, MICH., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1880. NO. 21. adTance when no affidavit is required. Advertisements not ordered for a syeuiSej time will bo marked 'till forfeit!' and cbajfvdJt- oordinely. .;,.-, SPACE....
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 18 August 1880
The Beprnklieam, BY C. J. GREENLEAF. Pbwagiac, Anguxl it 1880. Rrpablicnu Ticket. EOR PRKSlfENT, JAMES A. GABFIELD, Of Ohio. . TOR VICE PRESIDENT, girol A. ABTHUB, of New York, For Presidential Electors: At Urge Charles B. Pack, of St. CUir. " " Samuel M.Stephenson, of Menominee. DUtri 1 Edward H. Tintler " 2 Uhrles T. Mitchell. 3 David R. Cook. " A Charles Pnncombo. 8 Aaron P.. Turner. 6 Ira P. Bingham. 7 Watson Beach. 8 William II. Pottef. y-Snmuel A. Browrie, Republican State Ticket. For Oorsnier, DAVID II. JEROME, of Saginaw. For Lieutenant Governor, MOREAF S. CROSBY, of Kent. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM JENSEY, ot Macombe. For State Treasurer, BENJAMIN D. PRITCIIARD, of Allegan. For Auditor Goneral, W. IRVING LATIMER, of Mecosta. For Commissioner of the State Land Office, JAMES M. NE.A5MITH, of Ka'.amar.oo. For Superintendent nf Public Instruction, CORN ELI IS A. GOWER, ot Saginaw. Fur Attorney (ieneral. JACOB J. VAN RIPER, of Bcirien. Far Member of tho Stat-J Board ot Educ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 18 August 1880
' " f Local Department. Corn 35c. Otta 22(?24c. Wool 3o 10 cents. Clever Sed S100 Whoai 8oS3 centa. rotatoes Early I?ose, 202oc Live Hogs, $3.504.90 per cwt. Legion of Honor meets to-night. Ripe grapes mailo their appearance hat week. Republican club meeting Thnrs Uy evening. This is the time to kill burdooks and Canada thistles. The democratic county convention is called for the 24th. The Chicago Exposition opens three weeks from to day. Republicans, come to the club rooms Thursday evening. Mr. II. Straub will soon be in the market with Crawford peaches. Lee Bridge, an old pioneer of Marcellus, died at his home last week. A great number went to camp meeting Sunday, using both rail and team. A hog weighing 1455 passed over the road lat week, bound for Kala mazoo. There will be a meeting of the G. and A. club at the rooms to-morrow evening. The managers arc arranging for a grand parade of bicycle riders at the state fair this fall. The double Uack iron bridge over the St. Joseph rive...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 18 August 1880
FRACTICAL INFORMATION. Setting out strawberries. August is the best time fur setting out new beds of strawberries. Some Dersons defer it to September : but in order to get a pretty lair crop next vear it is better tw transplant Aopnat, and parhtp tbe earlier the better. It is hardly worth while t pmpr nnnn nv DRrticnlars in making a strawberry-bed, the fruit in the front basement of our store, stali-d on the inside leading has become so common that it is iG ft re nave fitted up these rooms specially for Carpets, grown in almost erery garden. It . ana shall make that branch of our business a specialty. We well to dig deeply, pulverize well, i , . , r i . j manure liberally with stable dung; are now receiving these goods. They are all new and late de set out the plant when they are signs, and we hope to be able to suit every one, wished to be grown in hills, in rows e keep Hemp Carpets, Rag Carpets, Cotton Carpets, Su 2 feet apart and the plants about pers, Extra Supers, Three plies a...