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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 3 March 1864

1 ...... - - i tttttttfetii Hfl I -?$r? -r-.-ar'fc founts piiiiii VOLUME VI. NO. 46. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 3. 1864. WHOLE NO. 306. a l t She mi t I r la Published everj Thumdaj, At Dowagiac, Cass County, Michigan, CAMPBELL A MEAD, Publishers. OFFI CE: In the Brick Block Comer Frout and Commercial street. Terms of Subscription. -To office ni mail subscribers. $ 1 ,50 per annum. vvftr8.Y IX AOVANCK. When left by the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional will b charged on regular rates. Rates of Advertlssng. Twelve Hues or less ousidered as a Square.) II w.l 3 w. 1 4 w. 3 m. 6m 1 yr One Square ! 5o I l.W 1 1.25 1 S.SO 3.50 1 5 00 X Column.. 2 .00 5 2.60 " 3.wl 6.00 8.00 X ColumnlsTOQ 1 3.75 U 5o I 7.00 13.WM H Column. 14.00 j M 1 J(JJ JJI f Column 5 00 7.00 I 3.W 15.00 2H.00 50.00 The privileges of yearlv advertisers will be con fined rvidlv to their business, and all other adver tisements not pertaining to their regular business, to b paid for extra. .,, .. All le...

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. — 3 March 1864

. any drafted person, or a decision in ivor of such person by the Board of lrollment, upon a claim to exemp- ; ii , knowing tne samo 01, upon conviction ir to be false, any District Circuit Court of the United States, punished by imprisonment for the ; riod for which the party was drafted. Sec. 22. And be it further enacted, at the fees of agents and attorneys I I making out and causing to be eze t ted any papers in support of a claim exemption from draft, or for any i fices that may be rendered to the i.uraant, shall not. fci any case, exceed ; . e dollars ; and physicians or surgeons j pMeefvl row,, jt A av7Jchif followed, fWlltahing certificates of disability to the world will forever applaud, and God mutt for I y claimant for exemption from draft rM. President Lincoln's Message, December - all not be entitled to any fees or com-! 1st, ib(52. i nsation therefor. And any agent or ' j torney who shall, directly or indi ' cllj, demand or receive any greater mpensption for furnishing...

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. — 3 March 1864

LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. PASSENGER TRAINS on the Michigan Cen trml Railroad, on and after Monday, Jan. 11th. will leave Dowagiac as follows : TRAINS EASTWARD. Mail express 10:80 A. M. Evening Express, 10:0 P. M. Night Express, 8:15 A. M. TRAINS WESTWARD. Mail Express, 5:55 P. M. Evening Express, 2:15 A. M. Nbjbt Express, 0:10 A. M. Trains couuect at Chicago in the Great Central Depot, with trains of the Illinois Central, Chicago, Burlington A Quincv, and also with all other lines diverging from that city. At Michigan Citv with trains of New Albany A Salem Railroad, to all 5 arts of Indiana. At Lake Junction, with the oHet Cut-off trains to Matteson and Joliet. Con necting at Matteson and Calumet with trains ol tne Illinois Cential Road, and at Joliet with trains oi the St. Louis, Alton A Chicago, and the Chicago A Rock Island Roads. , w ..... Trains connect at Detroit with Great Weston and Grand Trunk Railways of Canada, and th ! De troit and Toledo, and Detroit and Milwaukee Rail r...

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. — 3 March 1864

C large af tae Mala Brigade. On night of October 88th last, when Gen eral Geary's Division of the Twelfth Corps re pulsed the attacking force of Longttreet, at Wauhatchie.Je' n., a number of mules, affrighted by the noise of battle, dashed into the ranks of Hampton's Legion, causing much dismay among the rtbelm and causing many of them to fall back under a supposed charge of cavalrv. Capt. Thomas H. Elliott, of Gen. Geary's staff, sends the following rendition of the incident, which he gleanedJ"from an interior cotemporary. The authorship is not known by the Captain. Half a mile, balf a mile. Half a mile onward. Right toward the Gr oriria troops Broke the two hundred. "Forward the Male Brigade." ' Charge for the rebs !" they neighed ; Straight for the Georgia troops Broke the two huudred. n. " Forward the Mule Brigade'.' Was there a mule dismayed? Not wheu the long ears felt All their ropes sundered ; Theirs not to make reply; Theirs not to reason why ; Theirs but to make tbem fly. ...

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. — 10 March 1864

liiBi fonnnj i i VOLUME VI. NO. 47. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1864. WHOLE NO. 307. Ian 1 1 i v f - Is Published every Thursday, At Dowagiac, Cass County, Michigan, CAMPBELL MEAD, Publishers. OFFICE: In the Brick Block Corner Front and Commercial Street. .Terms of Subscription. 4To office snd mail subscribers, $ 1 ,50 per annum, -Ixtariablt Ik Advance. When left bj the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional will be charged on regular rates. Rates of Advertissng. (Twelxe lines or less considered as a Square.) 1 w. 8w.4w. 8 m. m. 1 yr. ne Square. 50 1.00 j 1.25 1 8.50 1 3.50 j 5.00 j Column.. 2 .00 1 2.50 1 3.00 6.00 8.00115.00 Column..! 3.00 3.75 j 4.50 7.00 j 18.00 I j Column..j4.00 5.00 6.00 1 10.00 1 la.w zo.w 1 Column.-! 5.00 j7.06 S. 00 j 15.00 2fi.0O j 50.00 i TV. nf voarlr rtrpriisprs will be COtl- J.UC IHUllcgca J -J -- fined rigidly to their business, and alt other adver tisements not pertaining vu iueir reguwi uuamcoo, All legal advertisements charged at ...

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. — 10 March 1864

Motion, authorizing an additional Vssne of eleven millions of five-twenty bonds to persons, who subscribed previous to January 21, 1SC4, inclusive. The amendment was rejected, 11 to 27. Debate arose on Mr. Heud rick's motion to strike out six per ceut and insert live in the two hundred million five forty loan, but tbo motion was finally rejeoted. Mr. Morgan offered an amendment to issue eleven millions of bonds to bo sold to the highest bidder. Which was rejected. An amendment requiring tho principal to be paid in coin was adopted. The bill without amendment was passed. Mr. Ducka lew made a minority report on the bill to repeal Fugitive Slave laws, was or dered to be printed. The Conference Committee on the Whisky Tax repor ted on unadjustablu disagreement, whereupon the Senate insisted upon its amendments and agreed to submit the matter to the House for final action. Af ter executive session the Senate ad journed. Hou8B. The Ways aud Means Com mittee were instructed to report upon ...

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. — 10 March 1864

LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. PASSENGER TRAINS on the Michigan Cen tral Railroad, on and after Monday, Jan. 11th, will leave Dowagiac as follows : TRAINS EASTWARD. Mail express - - - - - - - -Evening Express,- - Night Express, TRAINS WESTWARD Mail Express, ----- - - Evening Express, - - - - - - 10:30 A. M 10:9.0 P. M. 2:15 A. M. 5:55 P. M. 8:15 A. M. 6:10 A. M. Night Express, Trains connect at Chicago in the Great Central are reported to have gained wA Depot, with trains of the Illinois Central, Chicago, I as J "b1" Burlington A Quincy, and also with all other lines towns, and in Sullivan four. A8 COm diverging from that city. At Michigan City with j . , , trains of New Albany A Salem Railroad, to all pared With last year, the 6gUi es show J arts of Indiana. At Lake Junction, with the Tj - . .a nn n oliet C at-off trains to Matteson and Joliet. Con; a umon gain Ot 50 towns, and a loss necting at Matteson and Calumet with trains of the ot 0ly g makinsr the net trains thus Illinois Central...

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. — 10 March 1864

I it chilled, , a rest ua the vacant seat a tiat uiay never again be filled. I hare tried to school my heart To a calm and hopeful trust, But the pining thought will still intrude Of consigning "dint to dust," Ah, me ! shall a widow's weeds, Though weary years be mine, While release from earthly care and toil. And a " Kingdom won," be thine. Shall the singing bird in my heart Set thus with folded wings ; Thro' all the weary data of life Will he never, never sing. About the Presidency. We perceives, on the part of a cer tain class of politician, of our own party, an apparent desire to get up a feud in the Union ranks, on the ques lion of the Presidency. We occasion ally see an out-cropping of this spirit in that peculiar class of public jour nals, which approach every question on their hands and knees and in solemn whispers. Vide, the New York Inde pendent and the New York Tribune, which, without daring to attack the Administration of Mr. Lincoln boldly, indulge in sophistical and pl...

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. — 17 March 1864

VOLUME VI. NO. 48. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH IT, 1864. WHOLE NO. 308. Is Published every Thursdar, At Dowagiac, Cass County, Michigan, CAMPBELL A MEAD, Publishers. OFFICE: the Brick Block Corner Front and Commercial Streets. - Terms of Subscription. -To office and mail subscribers, $ 1 ,50 per annum, 1 v . n i a bl y bt Advance. Wbea left by the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional will be charged on regular rates. Rate- ot Advertising. (Twelve lines or less considered as a Square.) 1 w. 1 8 w. 4 w. 3 m. m. 1 yr. On S..i"qje.j 50 j 1.00 1.25 8.50 3.50j 5.00 V Column..! 2.00 14.5OlJ.00i 6.00 1 8.00 115.00 X Column.. j3.00 j 3.75 j 4.50 7.00 12.00 I '20. 00 f7TTlumn .U.OO . 5.00 1 6.001 10.00 I 15.001 25.00 1 Column... 1 5.00 17.00 1 9.00 1 15.00 2S.00 j 50.00 The privileges of yearly advertisers will be con- fiued rigidly to then business, and all otuer aover HwiUHlM uot periuiuing to their regular business, to be jKtid lor extra. All legal advertisements charged at...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Republican. — 17 March 1864

(Secial Dispatch to the Cl.icigo Tribune.) Sherman Great Expedition. CAntox, Miss, Feb. 26, via Cairo, March 10. The grand expedition into Afisis sippi ha returned thus far, and once more we hare communication with the outer world. The expedition baa been successful in the objects for which it was sent, viz : to destroy rebel communications, by cutting their railroads in all dirao tions, and draw off some of the rebel from Mobile and Chattanooga. The expedition penetrated one hund red and fifty mlies into the heart of the rebel country, with no communications kept open in its rear, and without meet ing any opposition except skirmishing with the enemy's cavalry. It is confi dently reported that Gen. Polk had 14,000 men at Meridian, but with this force be daro not make a stand. We have destroyed over seventy miles of railroad, so that there is not a tie nor a rail left. All the roads ex tending from Meridian, of which there are four, are destroyed for a long dis tance. More than 8,000...

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. — 17 March 1864

: i i LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. PSSENGEK lftAwoon me micnignu ven tral Railroad, on and after Monday, J an. 11th, will K-ave Dowsgiac as follows: TRAINS EASTWARD. Mail express 10:80 A. M. Evening Express, 10:0 P. M. Sight Express, ----- - - - 2:15 A. M. TRAINS WESTWARD. Mail Express, 5:55 P. M. Evening Express, 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 Quincv, and also with all other lines diverging from that citv. At Michigan City with trains of New Albany A Salem Railroad, to all parts of Indiana. At Lake J auction, with tbe Joliet Cut-oil traius to Mattesou and Juliet, Lon necting at Matteson and Calumet with trains oi me Illinois Ceotial Road, and at Joliet with trains ot the St. Louis, Alton A Chicago, and the Chicago A Rock Island Roads. -i .- . r . Trains connect at Detroit with Great W estern and Grand Trunk Railways of Canada, and the De troit and Toledo, and Detroit a...

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. — 17 March 1864

From Washington Chronicle The Escape From L.lbv. The Arrival of Col. Streight a Wash ington Interesting Details Concern ing Rebeldon. Col. Streight, of tha 5Ut Indiana lament, wlio recently escaped from Libby prison, arrived in this city, Wed nesday morning, having been brought from Blackstone's Island by the steam er Ella, of the flotilla. Among those who escaped with the Colonel, and who arrived in company with him, were Major McDonald, 101st Ohio, Capt. Scearce, 51st Indiana, and Lieutenant. Sterling, 30tli Indiana tegiments. The journey of these four officers from Uichmond to the point where ihey were safely landed on the decks of the Ella was characterized with the most startling adventures and hair breadth scapes. Their liberation from "Libby" was effected on the 9th instant, but ihey did not leave Richmond until the 16th, having all this time remained within a score of miles of the city. Their route lay by the way of Duukiik Bridge on the Mattapony, and by Tap pahanock, on 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. — 24 March 1864

u rrn VOLUME VI. NO. 49. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1864. WHOLE NO. 309, 4 is Is Published every Thursday, At Dowaslac, Cass County, Michigan, CAMPBELL A MEAD, Publishers. OFFICE: la the Brick Block Corner Fjont and Commercial Streets. Term" of Subscription. vTo office and mail subscribers,$l ,50 per annum, VARIABLY IS ADVANCE. When left bj the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional will be charged on regular rates. Rates of Advertissng. (Twelve lines or less considered as a Square.) w.Sy.4w. 3 m. j tm. 1 1 yr Vne Square.l 50 1 1 .00 1 1.25 1 2.50 8.50 6.00 Column.. 2.00 j 2.50 1 3.00 j 6.00 8.00 I 15.00 X Column.. 1 3.0" 3.75 J 4.50 j 7.00 12.00 1 20.00 Cohimn.TKC) 5.001 I 10- 1 15- 1 25- .1 Column... .15.00 j.'"'1 ' !' "" 1 26.' 50J0 The privileges of yearly advertisers will be con fined ritfidlv to their business, and all other adver tisements not pertaining to their regular business, to be paid for extra. AH legal advertisements charged at the statute All tran...

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. — 24 March 1864

The Gold Bill. Tbis bill, which had previously passed the House, passed the Senate with an amendment, and tho House yesterday concurred in the amendment, so (bat all that is now needed is the President's signature to make it a law. The amendment provides that the Sec retary of the Treasury may Bell the surplus gold in open market, but, of oourse, leaves to his discretion the propriety of doing so. The original bill simply gave the Secretary authori ty to anticipate the interest on Govern ment bonds when there should he a surplus of gold in the Treasury. The effect of the passage of this bill, which was substituted lor Mr. Stebbins' bill, (now practically adopted,) was to send gold up to sixty nine Ml Wall street. The gamblers thus proved that the ori ginal bill passed wns in their interest, and would not relieve the Government and the people. This opened the eyes of the Senate, and the House bill was amended as we have stated. The House has now reversed its own action and adopted th...

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. — 24 March 1864

LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. PASKVfiEB TRAINS on the Michigan Cen tal Railroad, on and after Monday, Jan. 11th, will leave Dowagiac as follows : TRAINS EASTWARD. Mail express 10:80 A. 11. Erenin Express, 10:0 P. M. Night Express, 2:15 A- M- TRAINS WESTWARD. Mail Express. 5:55 P. M Evening Express, 2:lo A. M. Niirht Express, 6:10 A. M. Trains connect at Chicago in the Great Central .Depot, wuu trains oi me iiuuuio vcuni, -.-e,-, Burlington A Quincv, and also with all other lines diverging from that city. At Michigan City win trains of New Albany A Salem Railroad, to au parts of Indiana. At Lake Junction wl,n Je Joliet Cut-off traius to.Mattesou and Joliet. y" noctiug at Matteson and Calumet of llliuoU Central Road, and at Joliet; with " the St. Louis, Alton A Chicago, and the Chicago A Stock Island Rsds. Great Western Trsms connect at Detroit mm iw- i. .caKo, Joliet and Lafayette. Ihrough Tickets can be purchased to all the principal cities and towns in the Cnited States and tanadas . LU...

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. — 24 March 1864

From the San Francisco Bulletin. Haw are you. Sanitary t" BT B. F. UAKTK. Down the picket guarded lane, Boiled the comfort-laden wain, Cheered by shouts that shook the plain, Soldier-like and merry; Phrases such as camp may teach, Saber-cuts of Saxon Speech, Such as " Bully '. Them's the peach 1" " Wade in, Sanitary !" Right and left the caissons drew, As the car went lumbering through, Quick succeeding in review Squadrons military. Sunburnt men with beards liko frieze, Smooth-faced boys and cries like these, " U. San. Com." " That's the cheese 1" " Pass in. Sanitary." In such cheer it straggled ou, Till the battle front was wou ; Then the car, its journey done, Lo '. was stationery. And where butffcs whistling fly. Came tho sadder fainter cry, Help us, brothers, ere wc die Save us, Sanitary l" Such the work. The phantom flies, Wrapped in battle-clouds that rise ; But the brave, with dying eyes; Veiled the visionary. Bees the jasper gates swung wide. Sees the parted throng outside, ...

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. — 31 March 1864

mammtm 19 VOLUME VI. NO. 50. DOWAGIAC, CASS COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1864. WHOLE NO. 310. CstT ptinto a- 1 - Is Published every Thursday, At Dowaglac, Cass County, Michigan, CAMPBELL A MEAD, Publishers. OFFICE: fa the Brick Block Corner Front and Commercial Streets. Terms of Subscription. To office and mail subscribers, 1,50 per annum, llfTARIABLT Ilf ADVANCB. When left by the Carrier, Fifty Cents additional twill be charged on regular rates. Rates ol Adrertissng. (TweWe lines or less considered as a Square.) 1 w. 1 w. 1 4 w. t 3 m. 1 m. 1 yr. One Square.) 50 1.00 1 1.251 8.50 8.50 600 j Column..j2.00 a.5 3.00 6.00 3.00 15.00 X Columu.. 3.00 13.7514.501 7.00 12.00 1 20. 00 W Column..) 4.00 j o.Ou 6.QU 10.1 1 15.00 1 25T00 lColumn....l5.oo 17.00 1 S.X 15.00 2H.00 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 char...

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. — 31 March 1864

bill authorizing the Fresiden tot nego- tiate a treaty with certain Iudians of 'postponed for two weeks. It was Southern Oregon, for the acquisition agreed that after to-morrow, Saturdays f land, appropriating $20,000. A bill j shall b devoted to public buisiness iu was passed requiring proof that fisher- j stead of speech-making, and that two men hare paid duty on foreign salt weeks from to-day the District of Co before being paid the bounties pro- j lumdia business shall be considered, vided for by law. The object of the j The House passed the Senate bill di bilt is to prevent frauds on the Treas- reeling the Secretary of the Treasury ury, fisherman having procured salt to issue to certain parts duplicates of for the curing of their fish in thej Brit- bonds, to the amount of $8,000 the ih nrovinees. and then claimed the originals having been lost on the bounties. The anti Railroad Monopoly bill was taken up, and three of the New-Jersey members made opposition thereto. No voto was ...

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. — 31 March 1864

LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. PASSENGER TRAINS on the Michigan Cen tral Railroad, on and after Monday, Jan. 11th, will leave Uowagiac as tollows: TRAINS EASTWARD. Mail express 10:30 A. M. Evening Express, 10:90 P. M. Night Express, 2:15 A. M. TRAINS WESTWARD. 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 ...

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. — 31 March 1864

From the Campaign Comity Union. Vaccination. The question is frequently asked Whit is Vaccination, and what are its properties? Vaccination is an operation entirely homoeopathic, and is one of the best illustrations of the immutable law of similia similibus curantur. This boon was discovered by Dr. Ed ward Jenner, and by him communica ted to the world somewhere between the year 1775 and 1798. The Doctor be ing a profound thinker, had observed whilestudying medicine that in the dairy districts in Gloucestershire the maids or persons who had charge of the dai ries, had contracted a peculiar pustular disease from the cow, and that they were eutirely free from small pox. Af ter closely investigating the subject, he attempted, by way of experiment, to propagate to disease by iuoculation. Ilis experiments were entirely success ful ; the disease was transmitted to his subject, and in a few weeks afterwards the same case being inoculated with small-pox virus, it was found to make no impress...

Publication Title: Cass County Republican, The
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