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VOLUMK 3, NUMBER 45.
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Bad Lands Cow Boy,
BT A. T. PACKARD,
__ tfesCaw BaYtaaofcpQbliflliad orfan,bnt for
y.
•j}K- A4/trUslnicRat«s mads kpown on application.
-3:. atandlsf Adrarttssraanta pajrabla quarterly.
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Translsnt AdTartistuantaaird all Job work, non
laslfht ?*V
Atdrssaall communications
THK BAD LANDS OOW^OV,
MEUOIUI Dakota
•aland at thspstt-offlce atMadora, Dab., aa sec
ond class mall mattar.
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NOTARY PUBLIC,
-,« MEDORA. DAK.
ce-Iiat
"Of Hywlfars and Skins, Birds ani
'"^'•^Water-towls' Skins and
Wild Game,~to
-rf
Jf. GOCLDSPEE,.- -BOSTON, MASS.
F. E. BENJAMIN,
Jeweler and ffi
:*zyr,^2-.!r-
g* &
AND AN, DAK(^A.
IpUyj&ecul
race^. iny
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L' R«iilrli| af all klada yronlptlyjlfcecuted
Vtliri team aut af town race^p my pi
ial aarafal attanUon.
my personal
VLB. Lvair, ?ra*t, .11. VAKVi.*cicr«p,p.Cashlar
LiMSvVIca Prsalden(
OF MANDAN, DAKOTA.
faid-ay Cayltal, $50,000
flurjltti, $J5,000.
lalsfastaaldoaTlnsa Deposit*:
•eaersi JlaaMag aai ilxchaiiga lluslneaa dona.
ALBX. MOBTON,
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MEDORA, DAK.
W«rk iene neatly'and promptly.
D. FLYNN,
ICaaofMturor and dealer in
I/¥£:"iwts,
UAIK STRMBT. MANDAN. DAK
8
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F. M. Searles.
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ST. PAUL,*
MINNEAPOLIS,
A¥M
or duluth
And all paint* la
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana,
Idaho, Washington Territory*
OREGON,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, PUGET SOUND,
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Azpresa Trains Dallj, (a jr^Iabara attached
PULLMAN PALACE,SLEEPERS
AMD
EliEQANT DININO CAlfe
N O A N E O A S
—»BT*nC*K—
ST. PAUL AND PORTr.AND, OftK.
Onan^ class o^Tleket.-,,
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Full Information-fa ranrd to the Northern Pa
rifle Unas can be obtained FIUCK by adflreftaing
OHAB. «. FEE.
General Passenger Agent. St. Panl, Minn,
a
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Were wiubed with
ELECTRIC LIGHT SOAP
Without RabMnr.
rlnt C1«m HouKkMjMrf use It,
let. WMhlnr clothes in the tuaal
manner to decldedlr hord worki It
WOM/JOB OQtana the clothes too.
*d.
Trjr better
1,
3rd. St, Bismarclc, t)ak~
INSURANCE!
INSURANCE!
P«li4Ua is$u,ed att regular
Mates
avnst
mm/
A-T. EiCKAKD, Agent,
Uedori.'Dak....
1
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7
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EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE
TI1E ONI.Y ALL HAIL I.INK TO THE
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
plan and Invest
eenta In -,h bar or EIECTBIO
1.1 GIIT SOAP Baves Tlme.: hto^
Honey, Fuel and Clothes. Use as di
rected on the Wrapper or each bar.
ORDERS
ATKINS SOAP CO.
XHDIAKAP0U8. XND.
'ife- JW ».
^Spstw Organ.
0-olidly Mode.
•jj-one UmiviJed.
25^-fegant''Finish,
^f-^dra of Popularity.
jMParRjir&> catxiooubs asm HUM.
Eateyi^rflaniCo^ BratUt!boro,Yt
Th^ JSDiilSa ie
HIDES
souciTEn.——
WESTT.AKE
V/lNTEHQHAtJOEABilfe, fe'vi
i*W-
OII^$^allu, uft^uElNE
j«i MorrcoMPUtra. ookVEHiCHT Ako c60honuoal
^fTOVESiN THK MARKKT
NUrAb
Th« ituu WsstUks ITfg. 0*
QHIOAMf. HKW YCMK. CHITON
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MEDORA, DAKOTA, DECEMBER
We have remaining a few sets of Huffmann's instan
taneous round-up views, representing the most inter
esting events of the range cattle industry. There are
thirty-six well-executed photographs in the series, mak
ing an extremely interesting arid realistic panorama
of cowboy life. We will sell the complete set for $5 or,
THE COW BOY A YEAR ANO THE SET, $6
This offer will probably be recalled soon, but the bar
gain
can now be: secured by calling oj^^^addressing
%-TKB BAD LANDS- 66wM)T^J^-
1 1
M. F. Kennedy
,1-
5
-Mteora,Dak.
Established 1867.'
Bros.
&
.- a .. ..
WHOLXSALBAND RETAIL
SHOTGUNS, RIFLES AND REVOLVERS,
AMMUNITION!
^'^^FISHIN^ TACKLE,
TENTS AND CAMPING OUTFITS.
SPORTING GOODS HOUSE WEST 0
66 EAST THUD ST,.- ST. PAUL, UINN.
THE LARGEST SPORTING GOODS HOUSE WEST OF NEW YORK.
THE {MATURES INCUBATOR!
BEST MADE IMITATION OF KATORE
OH THE MABET.
it is Kerfeelly simple and nerer
faiig to
hatck if managed properly.
200 E«a SIZE, FBi€E ONLV $22.00
Otherslzes eqnaUyM loir.
HiepiinclplaoftbUlnciibd(oria exactly like
a Inn sitting on a nest fall of «ggs, anil for
practical Mrriceit fatally aqnal totirunk
coatty maehioes. and la aold at less than half
the prica. Ouarani«sd'aa repreaeut^ or
money TeftmdoAr Band for free UluatrateU b»r-'
cnlar.io'
KiTHBES IKCUBiWE CO., {skyjl
Weaiso ai^attaa KAXUKS^ItiUiotf^. Cir
^TABmSHED l37Tr
JAS.
McMillan
St North.
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ages and both-rtxeafor sale, and ust-now abont
25 Head.Y6attgBuUs,18 to 24 Mos. old
A^D.40 YEARLINGS.
AH»cordedia A. IT. R. Send for terms.
& co„
PROPRIETORS OP THE
Iis
)Sheepskin TanBc?
AND DEAI.EKS IN .V
iT3 FXXES."^OOX/.:X^4^0'
Ginseng und Seneca Root.
:. SH3E2EP PELTS & FURS A SPECTA/.j.
lOl, 103 ft 105
SetKmi
Shipm'nto Solicited v.-
GROCERIES!!
I-
AT WHOLESALE! TO CONSUMERS!!
Such as ITotels, Lumbermen, Restaurants and
Ranchmen who wish to buyin.quantity.
There is a house in St. Paul where parties who wish to take advantage of whole
sale prices, cau send and get their supplies. Farmers can buy of this house and bo
fairly d$alt with. They, issue a monthly price-lisVwhiclt^tliey send free to any
who think of ordering of them. It will at least pa^ to send- for one of tlieir lists.
Address.!. ...• .. v
Address, ,,
T: Griggs
SPRHSTG OABT
..Cat allows
So.tte*dr to get into., BUSHVIIXE, isl.
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tdi grrua or bhwih.
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gienter ^.liare
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CO.
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190 and 19S BastJFifthSt, St. faul,* Minnesota.
The Brookmoiit Herd.
& W. COOK & SON,,
VQDEBOLT,
8A0
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^aeffleHaaiitWitnenof
Two-Wheeled Yehioles, PaayTtMltij.
l^Ml """""r
imnvinss ^°8sa.-v
Do not forffet to write for Price*
and Catalogues.
.•V,—
•S»'
"He HathU(t(on off Morc.tliuit he
Can (hew."
The two following articles appeared
in the Bismarck Tribune of Sunday.
"Sheriff Wiliard of Medora, arrived
from the west yesterday."
The fact that Sditor Packard has
taken a stand against the stockmen and
in favor of Meyers,, who Was recently
brought back for stealing cattle by Sher
iff Wiliard, has prompted some of Mr.
Packard's acqnaintauees to lose confl
donee in him as tliat lofty champion of
justice'he declared'himself when].he en
tered upon his journalistic career in the
Bad Lands."
The above articleslflt -together so weli
that "'Twere a sin to part them" and we
publish them .in.
lull. ..
Up to' this time .,
we never have and
probablyueverwillflgain, allowa con
troversy, personaltoouiaeivegio^Dpear
IU
the 001110108.01 a pape* ttni we own.
In this easel however, lir. Wiliard has
found such ready mouth-pieces in other
papers, that for two reasons we allow
ourselves a personal explanation 1st.,
because he has allowed liis causeless
spite toward us to lead him to indireetlv
chargeja perfectly innocent man with
stealing cattle and,.2nd,, to show our ex
act position in this matter and the jus
tice-"of our previous remarks,* which
eaused the above article. To mutual ac
quaintances, we are perfectly willing to
rest the case without argument.
The last article quoted froin.the Trib
une states that we liave arrayed our
selves agaiust the sentiment of the
stockmen in believing Myers to be inno
cent. It further states that we set up a
lofty standard of. justice when we came
to the Bad Lands. As Mr. Wiliard has
nuxedihis dates somewhat on the latter
charge and confused the time wo first
came here with the time when he told
us, when he was running for sheriff and
our name was draggod before the public
against our will as justice of the peace,
that "'there's plenty of money in it if the
justice of the peace and the sheriff
stand 111," wo can pass that by as an in
adreriance 011 las part.
The gist of the article charges that
George Myjvg is guiUy
at
of
-:V.:"
^r^ssv
ii&i
stealing cattle
and that the stockmen hero join in the
charge.
To make the matter perfectly clear,
we,will again state the history of the
case, with some additional points over
our last account.
George Myers is- now and for several
years has been working forthe Maltese
Cross.- onlfitV'Of whtch Ferris & Slerri
field are malingers anil Theodore Roose
velt of Kew \ork is proprietor. Thstead
of spending every cent lie ca neil in ex
tr&VMgaiice, he bus constantly turned the
within bounds when we state that there
is not a solitary man, stockman or other
\vise, iuthls country or any wliere else
who knows the facts in the case who
will for a moment believe George guilty.
The whole conrse of his life is .utterly
against any such assumption.
•&•••• Additional Ixtcal. sSg
Try Max Sanford for. a clock£oridfcy
article in silver plate.
Dickinson, Dak.
The express messengers are now. kept
hard at work, taking core of the holiday
presents. One of them had 201 way-biils
between Helenajaud Medora.
Tho Northern Pacific has reduced mil
passenger fares in. Dakota to a uniform
xate.of four c$nte a mila.- Thismove' -is
entirely iii the iHteiB^Sr iiu^lfc^aBW1
wili. be taken advantage of- accordingly
Mike Seitr. who started from the Log
ging Camp on the 10th., with two- of
Gapt Cotton's horses, arrived in Mandan
last Friday. The trip-was a hard one, he
only making ten miles the last day.
Picture frames, furniture, small ex^
press wagous from |2.50 to fo.OO.^Ttoclc
ing* chairs, paper racks .from $1.50 to
$3.00. Sail racks with mirrors, at $1.5,
$2.00 to $3.00,.at U:
SAS?.0IP'S,
som#
Up to dato, the abovo are tho facts in
the case, aud they absolutely cud beyond
all question, prove that George is iuno
^cent.'
rtr-'
jf FlfiE,LIGHTNING,TORKADO.HAIL!
tfaid-itp Capi ta$%^
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N
Waucxk,
Praaldeat, 'v»••...•
B»|T. WootJfoi^x, VIce
1r*side«it£v.:
*|. li. F«T, Tretenrer,
V:*v.. WvA4Lovau^SacfaUry^
A
OF FiRSOv DAKOTA-
J'aciubii,
Ag«NVLLEDORII
GOOD ACENTS WANTED1
The article quoted states that the stock
men on tlie river believe in George's
guilt. At the time we wrote our provi
ons article, »e had not spoken with a
solitary, stockman,- n«r did we know the
opinion of one of them. We knew'the
facts iu the case and we also knew that
George Myers was not a fn.il, Ue wonld
have been a fool in the worst sense, if li
had for the value of two animals, lost
the respect and esteem which lie has
gained by hts honeet, manly coniluct, imt
only -here, but at his old home tn Ohio,
where he coulil have gotten bail for $200.
000 had it been ne.essary. Since our
last is»ae, wo have hpoLeU with several
stockmen ana they fairly ACont the idea
ot George's gtiUU" We think? we are
Dickinson, Dak.
Theodorej Roosevelt is now traveling
in Europe with his bride. His trip will
be materially shortened by his coming
here to prove that George Mjers owned
the two cattle he has falsely been accus
ed of stealing.
Do not forget 2vour£duty as parent.
time in FeBreary. Meantime the
ency-
over to Alyers by hylvaiius Ferris, oue of The case is assuming a far wider scope
the malingers, in the presence of the rep
resentatives of at least two other outfits.
Whether they were the identical two
animals question, does not* make a
particle of difference. They were mav
ericks (nnliranded cattle) and as such,
according to a by-law of the Little Mis
souri River Stockgrowers' Association,
belonged to the range on which they
wore found. This reduces it to a per
sonar matter between Ferris & Merri
field and Myers. They settled the bus
inrss.satisfactorily to themselyes and it
is n(f one's else business. There was no
sign of disagreement by the representa
tives of other brands present and the
matter was a virtual bill of sale by Fer
ris & Merrifield to Myers.
The two animals were then driven
with the Maltese Cross beef cattle to
Dickinson, to be shipped to market. To
idontjfy and hold them, they had been
thrown aud Myers' brand cut in the hair
with a knife. This was done with the
assistance of the representatives ot two
other brands.
Mr. Wiliard, in his capacity as inspect
or for the Moutaua Stockgrowers' Asso
ciation, inspected these cattle while be
ing loaded at Dickinson. He either no
ticed these two cattle or he did not. If
he did not then is he indeed a poor in
spector not to tell the difference between
a regular Maltese Cross brand and a 44—
hair brand. If he did notice the two
cattle, why did he not report them at the
time, unless it was that lie wished to
make up iu mileage, the expenses of a
pleasure trip which he took lo ilipt,
III., while on his way to arrest Myers?
Thls is also a uuustion for our t:ix-pay
ers to answer when thoy down into
their pockets for the $1,500 or $2,000
this suit is likely to cost.
PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR
hare qualified and one of them fgt In Tex
as
011
business: W. F. Van Sriesche was
elected treaaurer. bnt resignad and J. C.^
Fisher was appointed in his stead. Bgt/i
Mr. Fislier is on a six week's visit iii
Elyria, Ohio. No justice of the pe*oa
has as yet qualified arid the terms of tSe
old ones expire Jan. 1. It behooves ifa.
Rowe, the third commifeioner to qualify
at once and rescue us' from our jtresent
"slough'of despond."
SBP
The lire StoekCommissieners.
Tlie Illinois State Board of Wye 8tock
Commissioners have had most serious
work in eharge for the past few months.
Their. serrice during seasons of reputed
cattle plague in.the Btute are onerous ^i
the extreme, end their labbrs Tenr jtzae£
log aude^ngy^jfty^st^SL*'®1*
^.thesiisatioD,
as considered by isttleigtsowers here and
elsewherethroughout the United States,
any formal utterances of the Livestock
Commission will command attention.
This board met in Chicago yesterday, and
their annual report will be made to Gov
ernor Oglesby to-day.
It is stated in the United. States cen
sus of 1S80 that the following was the
number of live stock iu Illinois then:
HirMl,,.. ....l,068,082 I Mllchoows.... 899,918
MHIM and otliar cattle 1,51S,0I»
.M«..i:-v.. is^5w|BSe«p.
brother or.sisterianil allow Christmas to The vast stock interest. grouped about
go by without selecting £°sui(able£2pres- Chicago is scarcely to be computed. Thei||
ents for your loveiyones. Suud a postal remark made. by. a conservative man^^E
to Max Sunford, Dickinson, .Da!t., order- whose specialty was a line of high thor-l?^
ing what you want, anti| it niil^bo ship-~oughbreds may be taken as illnstrotive1
oed tho_samo day. of what is involved in a cattle disease
lite that which lias been under investi-»^»
gation and treatment here during the'i&fl
past three mouths. He estimated that y^
the reputed disease and the quarantine
placed npou Illinois cattle in conseqn-^^
ence had three months resulted-in the
The tax case ofjjBiliings Co's tax-par
era against Stark Co., resisting the jiay
mtnt of. taxes, came up last Fiiitay be
fore Judge Francis at Bismarck. T. R.
ScJmes appeared for Billings comity and |^te
a
|0ue
Mr. Flaimery for Stark county. The "Tw(,
etc
h)s "w.ige.^ into cattle 1 matter is irtually as it was, except that jug for slaughtered animals, and $5,000
and li.nses. In tl«^.w^y he b^itght a Killings county cuso seems U) lie grow-1
than was first expected and will bring
up prominently the gross earnings rail
road law. Mr. Bullitt of St. Paul, is as
sociate counsel with Mr. Seimes aud lias
prepared a voluminous brief which al
most goes back before Che flood in prov
ing our position to be good.
STOCK NOTES.
The following are the latest cattlo
quotations in the Chicago market:
Xmas Beeves, 1,700 to 2,100 $5.00 5.70
Prime Beeves $4.75 4.95
fchoice to faucy shipping,.. .$3.95 4JiO
Good to choice shipping, $3.45 $ 4.25
Common to good shipping,..$3.00 8.50
Poor to medium steers $3.00 8^5
Grass-fed Texans,. $2.35 3.50
Fair to choice native cows, $l.C0 2.50
Inferior to medium cows...$1.25 l.Go
Poor to choice bulls $1.50 2.00
Stockers, 500 to 860 lbs, $1.75 2.60
Feeders, 600 to 1,200 lbs,.. .$2.55 3.40
Veal calves $3.50 6.00
Milch eows,?f head $20.00 {J 40.00
A Mistake Brand Adopted.
ST. JOSEPH,
Nov. 20,1886.
EDITORHERALD—The
Executive com­
mittee, of tlie Apache County Stock
Growers Association, recognizing tlie
necessity for a distinguishing mark or
Drand, for using in returning calves,
branded through mistake and where the
owners do not care to vent their biand,
have adopted the following as a mistake
brand.".1
In case where calf has been branded
by mistake both the first tail and the
one giving in return should have put
on the right, side of the animals neck.
litis will prevent in a measure those
annoying disi.ntes over sncli en
HPS
show both parties interested wliether, or
not, a calf branded through error has
bet* returned.
The "mistake brand" lias been found
of great use in all range countries, and
the Committee hope it will be used by
all Association members, aud that-each
will endeavor
.to
IIRYS
its use made gen­
eral by all his neighbors.
The brand has been.recoi led, and is:
the property of the As«iei(ui«n, By
or.lei oith' Executive Couiinittrifci"'
rm
WnxC.
..
A'Setlwj.of chances Ins irat- 8i}Hngs
eount.v to some, straits for enough offi
cers to transact county business. At
present, bat two «Aaais8to(Nin
0^
%fRX/n%
Working oxonS.1
Swine.,.. .... ....lyVO^CS
.• Tlie. more careful authorities will ad
uiit that the addition g^iieriilly of 10 per
cent, to these figures will be a very mod
erate rate of increase for the past six
years. Upon such returns it is perfectly
safe to place the-value of the live stock
interests of Illinois at not less than.
$100,000,000, or fully one-fifth of. the as-s'jjs
sessed personal property of the State.'"
th#
whole day was corifiumed in theargifclBpi,ri!pnilt(!d jjo.OOO for paying for'sT*
Judge Francis rendered a pro gianghtered animals not diseased, whichSSi^
hud to be killed to prevent the disease||&
from spreading. The sum of $30,000 §S
was appropriated for the pnrpoMof meet-S^®
mg the necessary expenses of the wm-f|§f
minion, such.ss traveling' expenses,
hotels, the services of' the veterinari&£
nient.
forma decision that tlie preliminary in.
juiictjou-sliould bejdissalvedi'p.s the at
torneys have made an agreed case that
no steps shall be taken toward collecting
the taxes until the matter is decided by
tlie supreme court. This will be done
.. )1Rt to say. $ffi,000 a year for Jiay-^M
a
bujiPii of cattle ot Fi'iiw lliiinliulii, "'S Btronger. Theonlv similarcase that jn Chicago alone there liave baon about'
Inn iie'ore they wcru all Iiniiitlcd, two I 'ms hitherto heen deci'.leil for the ground
eweiiiwrt. linnM'4 tlio i»vf j(iuihl-u i,' agamrft winch we are flgs ting nts dtei'.l
these two animals were found on the IwI sofimplyon the question of. expedi
Malti-pe Cross range and were turned
Other decisions fav.ir our side,
year for the running of thauffici, ®tc^^^:"
3,030 animals placed in quarantine. TheajSi
distillery-fed cattle in Chicago aro re-j-'ai
ported at 6,000. The city of Peoria hatfj%f--
1:1 its distilleries about 10,000. The ut-'Si
most care was necessary to keep Hie in
fseted or exposed cattle, away from other-: ^3^»|||
cattle, and to prevent the spread of the s%'^^^
disease.
It may be asked how it affects niinols'^fc -'pj
that so many precautions are nccessarv v«/s%^^
and why these precautions are-necessary
at all. It is the minimum cost that
State of Illinois appropriates $30,000
year, aud then only ou great pressure,
protect property valued at the lowesfr.H
possible estimate at $100,000,0001
this is not all. It is estimated that Chi^s^J§
cago's sales of cattle bought here every." ra
fall, to be taken to Springfield, 111, and.%',g
there distributed to the farms of their Jv
purchasers in neighboring counties tliis^||i
year, fell off about 6,000 in consequencehrf^
ot the reported cattle disease in this cityiM^
Tliat was a result, too,experienced in th»v^
State itself. Tht disastrous effects ar»
still more widely extemled. The Stiles
of Michigan and Iowa, for example, hava^^'i
publicly declared agaiust and will nef ^j
permit the importation of any niinoispl^
cattle across their tiorders nntil it is
clearly knownand officially stated .by'th®
Illinois Live Stoek Commissiouers and Vj
other high, competent authority that thej0|
dread disease is effectually stamped outi"s
xi
The loss to o.single strain of cattle sinca%|^
September is estimated at $1,000,0(00, and,^|!
the total loss can not be less than $5,D00t&®i
0U0 or $6,000,000 for tliat period, a isVj
not necessary to call attention to the ef
feet of such diseases upon tho mm»y..!r "t
loaning circles of the community, and
how timid financial, institutions
in such a presence.
luy.amt-,
'SF-FG
Tne Live Stock Commissioners villus
hav#expended all their Appropriation
the end of this year. The unusual oirtfj W
.here this
sei *Pf£ii|§Siil§
lay iuchlent tothe outbreak.liere thlsfBli^fi
has exh tustsd thettnount set apart by4
the Legislature for this purpose. It
understood tlutt the commission will as^b«|j
for an approptlatlen of not less than^?i|
$200,000 to meet all thesxlgende8 wMchfj4s
may ariie during the next two years. I£*M£
the principal on-*hich the work'is baaed,?^
be correct, and Out is admitted, ths.,i.^
amount is nlssired should not bo Watt
for serious dispute. If any sum Is
ed atall,tt i* likely .to be large
The reluctance of those having
cattle t« repMt then) uisesfrom the lai
that they cm not. collect from the Statef
anything if uieh diseased animals ar»
(i Bwl., A larger and^bjnader poUey wlH
li.ve to be ina«g«iratflfl,"Thei State
not •udeavor^o put a premium on
hmtety ord&e cecretiug of Infected,
tie, but aSter mate* it an obje^t for
«ns 'owning din'sased Mttlfrfo report
facts^ks SM»( saUwjr
ptf%Ht«00WB.
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