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BAD LANDS CQW BOY.
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A.T.PACKARD,
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Is not published for fan, but for
AtrertislaKRates made known on application.
(Handing Advertisements payable quarterly...
Transient Advertisement®
and aU
MXMILU, DAKOTFC.
Entered at the p«at-offlce at Medora, Dak.
©NDCLISSINALLTASTTSRV--'"R,..':''M••:C-
AiT. PAOKABb,
HUNTERS AN0 TRAPPERS I!
Send tor S^Jce-list $§«'
i|| Of Raw Ftjrs and Skins, Birds and
Water-Fowls' Skins and
®#feSr
Wild Game.to
•yim- GOULDSPEE 'feosToK, MASS.
F. E. BENJAMIN
Jeweler and Watchmaker,
MANDAN, DAKOTA.
OF MFANDAN, DAKOTA.
raid-up
Intemtpatd on^Tlme Depoeits.
^eneral Bankinit and Exchange Business done.
DAN. McKENZTE.
•mi
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A$D-
MEDORA, DAK.
Work don* neatly
and
promptly.
D. FLYNNL
IMAN
ufaeturer
UU
dealer In
WUWU,
WM.
Custom Work and Repairing a Spe
cialty.
f|^? MAIN STBEBT. AND
AN, DAK.
HARDWARE
::p
TINWARE,
-im.
-AT-
J. D.carver
1
Nedora Dakota."
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All kindi of tin-and''sheet-iron articles
mad* and retired.
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TDK OLFTBCT UNK BBTWEBH
ST. PAUL,
Job work, men-
eylnsigfct. Ve"t:
Address all«omman!caUonst: .(.
V' S THI BAD LANDS OOWBOVF^V
MINNEAPOLIS
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PDLLMAN PALACK SLEEPERS
an»\ c,
^^LKGAOT DINING CARS.
t.JSs&T
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^lUDatrtaf.ef all kinds pramptly:execnt*d. v^,]?:'£i
Orders -from-,
tut of town "receive' my persofial
and eairsfal attention.
:•-tLXTer, Erest, ^AK VtacK, Jr„Caehier,
JLlakq VJce.PrwldenL
mi NATIONAL BAI
HANG IOFCARS
PS
AWD PORTIJ AND,' OTCJ5.
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k,"" On any class ''of Ticket.1 '.
$&••:£[•'
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EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE.
*THB ONLY ALL BAIL LINK TO TUB
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
$50,000
Capital,
Surplus,
Full Information In r*|
title llnee can he Ahtetaei
$15,000. -5®KS
ste
WUMVRILH
ELECTRIC LIGHT SOAP
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Fint
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Boaaekecponioe It,
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INSURANCE!
?£A,m
INSURANCE!
"Eastern, Rate$%?J
Tire, lightning,
^indStorm^
A:
T. PACKARD,
Agent,
3®* r.
•v. lledorn, Dak.,
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Minnesota^ .Dakota^ Montana
Idalnk-,Washingtpn
Territory!®1'
BRITISH COIitJJffili~'BDGET SQUND,
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FRBB ty addressing
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warfet
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XIO HTSOAP. 8av« Time, Labor,
XoneT, Fuel «4 Clotlie*. Tie dl!
i«et«a |llw«^ipp«r:*fcMliku.
Q»DEM
SOljciTEP
ATKINS SOAP CO.
RILNDZALTAPOLITB. NRO.
irTricyele
The leading Wheel
FlGw on the market.
Thero is nothing that can compare
vith it IRI'TIIDFFRNESS OF
TH OB EXCSLLEHCG OF WOKK-
•ifASSHIP.
ICnduracd jn^st B! foiigly by
P&V&W
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.Kxpress Trains Dany+to which are attached
ISSFSIL
|SIVW ESTABLISHED
J'JLSB.
DRAFT,
0V017
o'nQ Who Jias
A'l its
for prlcet,(eriM ofaescrt^lve elretdxnh
.v,. i),a .MNT0H, ILL.
A1"® ftJtnH line of Plowt
Onldtmton, HnTojr*,'a& jteL. ,•
TH® ATAWFL ^WESTTIAKB
MTETLO^FA£ABLE
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KOONOWOAL
A?MANUrAOTOI«FR6
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C. W. OOOE& SON,
ODEBOLT, BAOOO.IA.
nVKR.700blo&lin
head th» herd. Including*11 h« best
fltralns of knoknto-Herefords&reetlerfl. We
have stall time«iX chalQi-fa)tMion «t atock ot all,
Wa and l)Otl( aaxi»^or^ik,4f Jnst now about 'i'i
26
HeaAfT9»%K 9{WirlS to, 84 Kos. old
AND 40TEARLING8^
In ^11. JOT i^e^d for terms.
WiMe
is
MEDORA, DAKOTA, OCTOBER
INSTANTANEOUS ROUND-UP VIEWS:
We hdve rei^ining co few sets of Huffmann's instan
taneous roundcWp viewsyrepresenting 'the most inter­
esting events,of^the range cattle industry. •'. There are
thiny-six well-epcecutedsphotographs int}ie^eries,maJc-
ingahextremelyinterestihgandreaUsti$ pariorania
of cowboy life. JP*e witl sill the complete sef for $5 or,
IHE«9W(«flR»NDTPa$6
This offer will prol^ibl^ lie recalled soonl^ut, tfye hep*
gain can now be secursd by (SaZlurig on or addressing
.teSHE BAD LANDS COW-BOt,
Medora,Dak:
M. F. KENNEDY
&"BROS.
-WHOLESALE
AND
HBTAIL
SHOTGUNS, RIFLES
AND
REVOLVERS,
AMMUNITION!
SOU
PISHINGr TACKLE,
TENTS AND CAMPING OUTFITS,
^apTHB LABGESI SPORTING GOODS HOUSE WEST OF NEW YORK.
W.EA8T THIED 8T. -^-v/ ST. PXCL,
-am
FERRis,| i^^|p lledOTa^Dafe
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, FLOUR, FEED, ETC^ ^A^
A complete line of Ranchmen's supplies on hand at all times.
This is to eertify that Mr.
5.. A
ishly authorized agent-at Medora, and will car
ry ijL^t&to 'a^^iiiie b£ 'our Saddles, Bridles,
'cr^-W— 0 -^x5tvM£
Ferris is our
S: COEMHS & Co.i^
Miles City, Mont.v
THE NATURES INCUBATOR! $
BEST MADE IMITATION OF HATbREi
ON Tp
mum.
It la perfectly sfmplcandneTerfailsi
batch if managed properly.
200 EGG SIZE,PRICE OSLY $32,00
Other sizes egnally as loir,
Theprindpleoft^^ineubatorls exactlylDce
a alien sitting on«a neat-toll 'Qf egga, *btl for
prKotieal service It-Is'tolly eqttal^to tbo taost
costly inaebliiFM. and la void at less tlifth half
-the. price. Gaarahte^daa^reprewutedor
money raftandod 8end for free illustrated oiis^v
a to 7
HATDBES FFICLISATOECO., .QMNCY, J1L
WealRo maketheHATtJRSSSB002£ Cir
cvJu.trc*
ESTABLISHED: 1877.
MoMixJiJA.3sr
moi'RiBTo^s or:
& .CO.,
THE MINNEAPOLIS SHEEPSKIN TANNERY,
AKOOBALBRSIS c'«t
HU£S, SHEEP PELTS, FURS, *AXLOV,Ml
S O in a on a S a
S»:.RELTS A SPECIALTY.
ioi, 108 nl 106$Mma. 8t: Kn«k.
wnto,for. Qji
TheBrookmonVlHerd.
CI SPBING-, CO.
nvimsior
$!mem
YORK.
HniK^AllOU^ URN.
QiiHsulnre
Cat Aoiw«Ho.aiMTtogBtloto. Bmsnt|I,ixa.
WhfilatalaVasralaotaraniof'..
0J? FAKG0, DAKOTA^
Two-Wheeled Yehioles, BMYBUIAE
|'S BUOKBOAROSI
Bnt Ibka.
hUlng Scotch Harrow* with Handles.
FTBRTWA^IJITT^AILIGLHMLI^
All Oood* Warranted.
Do cot time to write for Pflcca
and Catalocaej.
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GOOD AGENTS WANTED!
GMSMITE"^!II:»:«V^ TI&IFSISLPLI
wmm^m
Mi H. Daj will be the Democratic
standard-bearer in the election for dele
gate. He may be a v^ry good man but
Dakota is too solidly Republican for
him to hope to win.'
The Indians on the head of the Yeliow
stono have brokenwat and killed several
persons besides moning oft a number of
horses.' The Yellowstone is now being
patrolledirom Hnntley to Billiugs and
troops are iu pnrsuit of the Indians..,:^:
The bnilding of the Hudson Bay rail
road seems now to be'an assured -fact.
TljJsToad will connect the Canadian Pa
ciflcHwith Hu4^n Bay, whence there is
an (Kl^it^tohte^to $uropearrports ex
cepl*when-frozeiFup' during the winter
roonjhu.: This cortgealed faet wiH make
the Bticcen otHhejotid o^her ^oblem
aticai.
-i
The assessed valnation of all property
in-Dakota this year, with the exceptions
of Emmons and Marshall connties, js
|l32i06S,905." The-Angnst Bulletin pub
lished by. Commissioner Donlap, com
plains, that it would hare been much
higher had assessors generally followed
'directions issueft jby .the territorial Seo
retary..'
THe'gpecial delivery system is now in
force in every post-dfljce in the
United' States. An: additional ten-cent
stamp is required and .compels-the im
mediate deiivery of the letter or parcel
npon
Which
it is placed, if received 'be­
tween the hours of 7 a. m. and 9 p. m.
in all but free delivery offices. In those
the hours-are extended to li p. m.
We publish- this week,. Governor
Pinrce's quarantine pioclaination, issued
ngninst Illinois cattle. For the sake of
her stock Jnterests, Illinois ought to kill
immediately all cattle .exposed to pleuro
pneumonia. Almost all western states
and territories have quarantined against
her ami still the Phoenix and Schufeldl'
distillery cattle* at Chicago are allowed
to lire. The quarantine is now kept up
at a cost of $150 a* day, pending action
as to thoir dispo-'al. iwisv-v-
It isoot gonerally known, hut- cattle
can be vaccinated against pluuro-pnou
tuonia, aseifecfivtfly ^aa can liuinan be
ing^»^aij»st'.6mHjl-pox. .^iey!p9,ratipn
has been maiiy Bnies performed on 'cat-:
tie at the Capo of Good Hope, and always,
successfully.- The- virus used,' comns
from the diseased lungs of cattle suffer
ing from .pleuro-pnenmouia. Wealthy
cattle are vaccinated on the tail, which
soon drops off at the iwint^ of vaccina
tion. Tha animal is then pleuro-pneu
monlaproof.
-Great uneasiness- is felt in Chicago
Stock circles over thn future, actiou of
packing-house men and their employes.
The.statemeut has been circulated tliat
at the annual closing of the houses for
repairs and cleaning they would either
stare up simultaneously nnder the old
ten-hours-a-day working rules:1 or that
thny would all remain elosed, thus lock
ing out MjOOO employes. Nothing can
be learned frgm the proprietors as to
their intentions, but the impression is
gaining .ground that serious trouble is
breffiHK- ,-,w-
Additional Local.
L. C. Hunt returned from New Mexico
last,. Friday... As the weather was very
warm and there .were no- facilities for
embalming- it was thought best to bury
the remains of his father at Fort Union,1
and have them removed next: winter to
Washington. Robert Hunt who'went to
Detroit -from-New Mexico, wilLreturn in
about a
Week.
C. Bo we of MingUBVille, was here
Monday, having been to Dickinson ship
ping several cars of DXB. cattle. Last
spring whep^here, he thought a new
hat's:worth. j^a'tAW county tax'assess
ment vfould.beVver'thisteen.mills inside
of three ye^r^ ^ying at, the time tliat
fie never wiptf'd' to lose .a bet worse.
He was natuf^lly much pleased at hav
ing to pay only.'aix mills, as he had paid
thirteen mills to Stark connty and twen
ty-six.to' Dawsbp guilty. He wouldn't
discount his bet on the next two years,
which accounts for our still wearing,
that same old hat.
Marquis de Jfores retum«l last Thurs
day evening-from hip eastern trip, and-'
started down thi river Sunday with his
^lf^.'on a hunt^J expedition. He has
jepmpleted contracts with thd French
government, to supply its soldiers with a
newly Invented soup. He intends to vis
it Kjifope soon to make contracts with
wsSstern range cattle companies who
have their head-quartera there, for the
slaughtering of their eattie.
1
Dan. McKencie yesterday completed
the sale of liia blacksmith shop and the
rest of his Medora property to Alej. Mor
ton. As soon an pan. gets the rest of his
bpsiness straightened up, he will start
for his Nova 8cotia home, where' he in
tends goiug into the livery business.
We regret exceedingly to loBe Mr. Mc
.Mckeuzie, as he
IMB
shown himself to be
generous, Warm-Ueartad, a fnithful couu
ty ifBcer.and above all, au honest man.
There ls Uo losfl wlthout a correspondlUg
galif, however, and Mr. Morton is already
well ommgh kiijwn to prova that ho will
1
1»« a valuable sitStWk He lutotds bring
ing his family here and make Medora
his hotne.
A communication vrtus sent us fj-om the
west, yesterday1 mbrnlng, containing a'
well-written account of the adventures
o'f aNew Hampshire girl in the range
country. The nature of "'the article was
such that we would .: have hesitated to
publish it in any event, but the fact that
no name was signed to the article con
signed itto tlie.waste-basket the com
mon fate of all anonymous communica
tiptis. We hold ourselves personally res
ponsible for every article that appears in
the Cow
WW
sW
BOTand
never, under anycir-
cumstances. divulge the name of' a cor
respondent, but .the rale. is. equally as
£tric|, tojggverf publish an
article the sonfea.qtwhicTri
'f* t..*
Throve thbt the fools are-not'^U dead
yet, the plan has been revived at Wash-'
ington of allowing Indians to take
charge of range- cattle on^their t'eserva
tions. At least we caa^ee no otl^erjea
son f6r the revival of the plan. |As far
as getting any -cattlemen tov'pui, their,
cattle under: Indian management,' we
would mildly suggest that no si^ch fool
cattleman lias"* ever: been born. The
would-be philanthropists'of the'east had
far better turn their attention to playing
"mumble-de-p»g" or some 'other as intel
lectual a pursuit, than to spring such a
crack-brained scheme on the public.
Our space is too limited to show why
the plan will never be adopted. _lt is too
foolislifor discussion.
& 1 STOCK NOTES. ^"'1
,The following are the latest cattle
quotations. in the Chicago market:
Prime Beeves..... .v...:,.|5.S0 5.50
Choice to fancy shipping,.. .$4.50 5.25
Good to choice shipping,... .14.00 4.70
Common: to good shipping,r. $3.50 4.15
PQor to inodiuin steers,.. ....|3.20 3.80
Grass-fed: natives,. |3.00 3.45
Grass-fed Texana,. .. .?..,|2.25 3.00
Northern' Rangers. .(2.70 4.00
Pair to choice native cows, $1.60 ©"2.70
Irtforlorr:to'iiiedlnm cows.. .11.25 1.75
Poor to choice bulls,.'..... .$1.50 2.75
Stockers 500 to8fl0 lbs,... .$2.00 2.80
Feeders 600 to li200 lbs,...$2.75 3.80
Veal calves,.. .... ........ .$3.50 6.00
Milch cows, 1?. head,. .., .$20.00 45.00
*J 1.
ittne-ProcIamftttoit.
WHETTEAS.it has come to^he knowledge
of the. executive of this territory that
contagious pleuro-puenmonia exists
amoug-the .cattle of Chicago, Illinois
and
WHS&EAS,-
The- importation of such
cattle will endanger ther herds of this
territory!
THEREFORE,
In pursuance of law, I,
Gilbert- A. Pierce, governor of the' terri
tory of Dnkota,-do hereby forbid the im
portdtion into tliaat part of said territory
east of the Missouri river, of all cattle
coming from the city of Chicago or the
state-, of Illlinois, when unaccompanied
by a certificate of health issued from the
office of the state veterinarian of Illinois
or inspector of tha United States board
of animal industry.
In testimony whereof,. I hereunto set
my hand and seal,' and cause the great
seal of the territory to be afclxed.
Done at Bismarck, the capital of said
territory, the 3pth day of September,
1886.
-GRTBEBT A. PIERCE.
[SEAL]V Governor.
Strayed from Garner Creek Horse
Ranch.
One Ted roan, horse, branded bar on
left shoulder and VE connected on 'left
hip.
to,
If seen anywhere, please send word
1. A. VANEEGHEN,
Medora, Dak.
-v:*
Frflm DicklueonriSept. 2o, a tiright bay
horse.'iveighlqg lOSfeppundB, five .years'
.old-and' -^braud^. OKr: on right shoulder
Had small wjMte stfr on. forehead, and
long black fflH dragging.the -ground.
Twenty dollus raward will- be paid for
his return: to' Medora or. DIckinBon by
PRICE $2.00
J. SPENei,
'Dickinson,
Dak.
mm
The Elkhorn braftd lias been turned
over to Ferris ft Merrlfield by Theodore
Roosevelt. Both ranches will be kept up:
as heretofore, but,,the Maltose Cross will
be the main
.brand.
increase will be
branded with the Maltese Cross. Messrs.
Sewall nud Dow With their families,
will start tor Maine Saturday. ,4V"
Thore seems t^ be no reasonably doubt
that Etheringtoii'8:herd in Oliver county,
north of Mandau.'are suffering from
flleuro-pneumonia.. 'Stock Inspector Wil
lard and John G^^il, foreman of the.
(croes) outflt, sfarted Tuesday morning
for Mandan, taking horses with them,
for the purpose-of thoroughly quaran
tining the Herd. As soon'aa it is posi
tively determined that,the disease Js
pleuropneumonia, the1 cattle will be
killed ,and burned.'
Through criminal carelessness or mai
iciousnees several papers have alluded to
pteuro-ri'eumonlft os- being prevalent
u«ar Medora. There is abeolutoly no Piuneet,
PER
YEAR®
foundation for-such a rumor.' For the
benefit of these papers we will state that
Medora is within ton miles of the east-)
era edge of the cattle country 0f Mon
tana and bakota. Then comes a-stretch
of 160 miles of farming country before
the Big Missouri is reached. On the ji
banks of this river, Etherington's herd
of cattle is located. If it is found that
they are suffering, with pleuro-pneu
monia, it will be the nearest the disease
lias ever tsome to the range eattie coun
try of the north. There is absolutely no
danger that range eattie will be infect
as the diseased'herd ia now under
strict quarantine and 170 miles away.^
the Consumers' Dressed^eat^fc^npa
ny, the New Yojrk r^jessatative of the
It P. Kef. Car Gff^are '^6k^g preMSr^ 0
tijmsfoM greiU enlargement' of tffeir',
5/
New York aud Brooklyn trade. They
have bought or/leased pne-lialf of Man- r®
hattan market and ire turning it into^.^
a head-quater» for their .retail trade.i&rf
The .retail stores rwjlll be increased to
twenty in New York andliten in Brook
lyn. They will be supplied -inlwintojr
from the Kansas -City slaughter-house,
having a capacity of three hundred^cat
tle and six hundred hogs daily. The&oi
}cy of the company will be toward a con
stant extension Df thdr business, until
the plan of supplying the leading east
ern cities with range beef killed at their
own slaughter-houses and retailed from
their own stores, is in practical opera
tion,
tv
.J..
0 The Cattle'Disease
"Dr. H. W. Coe and Dr. Halloway, the
assistant veterinai?: snrgeon for Mol
tana territory, returned late last night5
from their trip into Oliver county, where:.
they had been to inspect the herd of cat4^44?*i®
tie reported" to hflitafected with plenro-J,°«
:}UH
drivenits1'?
Marquls^ Morp? and Mr. TheoS^V
dore Roosevelt, wh? ai$ members of thft^iiV
executive committee of the Montana,§
stockmen's associ^tl^nv/while not Mte^
ing that this is pleuropneumonia are"
taking active ?tep? so that in ease it
sheuld prove to be anything serious, the
disease will go no further. It we should
report it to be (pnUgioug, they stand
ready, if no other provision is made, tqrl
pay for these cattle and have thera^
slaughtered. Fred ^pilard. eattie ln'
spector of Montana, will be down to-day^'-^
with some herders and their horses, who'
will go north aud assist in maintaining «.
the quarantine. While they do not
know what the disease is, they regard it
as being too important a .matter to take
any,.Ranees, arid tl^rejfore they have
taken these,, extra precautions. We
shall deputise, Jti)Miand jive thom full
authority to a^t jthe' same as our owa
deputies."
"How do the p9opieup north regard
tie matter?^
"They are aU.wilUng to a^sist in ever
way and are tailing every precaution to
prevent Hhe &pread of the dlaease. I
have: reoeived sgood.many tel eg
ram/
daring thg last few days from the state
boards Of health of Ullnids and Minna
sotaand from stoekmen^fn Chicago in
quiring about the matter."—[Mandaa
ha
P}fe
Vif't
r,^
pneumonia. Dr. Coe was seen this
morning, by a Pioneer reporter. Jha|: ^, ''s
Doctor was asked how he found ilie cat^1
tie. He said:. ..
"Twenty or thirty of the Cattle
BP
sick and two or .three of them look
though they would soon die. Ther,
have been no deaths during the past few®
days. We made'a poat-mortem exami-?
nation of several of the cattle and ha
some sick cattle iilled.*'
"What was the matter with them?*
"Well, Dr. Halloway says that if ten oe%
fifteen government' veterinary expert^
cannot tell what pleuro-pneum6nia Is
Cldcago, he does not propose^right off,
on first sight, to diagKose pleuw-pneu^
moilia in Dakoia. It is because of the?^®«i
uncertainty-in the case that we
going np aeain to-day. With plenro-f
pneumonia and Texas fever in Chlcago#-:!?,
any cattle shipped from'there to Dakot&^'As^
that develop sickness of any kind, nafcSf^j.'6?%
urally are the source of considerable'S?i® pf^
alarm to all who are Interested in the'fe
cattle business. It has been feared thati
the disease with which these cattle areJ^h^'"
affected is pleuropneumonia. It -mayifl^i
turn out that .the. people have beens|a
unnecessarily alarmed. One remarkaf!{if
ble feature of.Ajl^ie disease, and-one sMs
which rather indicates that it is not^-^
pleuropneumonia 1b that a number ofj^
those that have been quite sick appear^s®
to be getting better. These_cattlo wereSv0.
not very strong,they were shippeds^
from Chicago^. ?hey were
through a section'of country where they
had a good deaf, of alkali water, and':)
this may at least in part accdhnt foiSl**#s
their Bickness. Dr: Halloway and iny-^iS
self expect to return north toniay and^p
examine the cattle again and maks**^
some more autopsies."
"Did the cattle when being, tlriven^.
ftomJbndan come in contaci with antf-'4f#:
ot^r cattle-?" ,t
"Only a fow'G ljead belouging to twog%"
farmers, were a short distance from this^r'^f
herd as they were being driven north.
These cattle haye been either tied up
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barns or are in pastures.' All the cattIo"
in the country along,.'thero are kept up
very carefully, fhe nearest cattle to^V'
tlie infected ban$ qjeeight rallea away."^|s.
"Have any pther^ggltio lien sicki?!
besfdesihls herd/ Ti7$
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"What are .'the cattlemen doing about
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