not of a department to of on A is ~fi^ »> ^ ago ', lfc wil1 ke remem- hno i ' * he McEnroe herd of some 4,000 head of cattle was disbanded, and the owners notified to come and' get thefr cattle, which many did. In the Bur" special from Ft. Dodge,To that 4,000.head of cattle near lake, in Kossuth County, be- ^•ESWJ? the "tent, and the were powerless to .,, the report HP at-avf **' ~ V-- tnousan d crazed cattle started put in one vast; army, bel- fnghtfully. Fences were no nvp,- f.,v™° ih £ h ' Peeress and they tore over farm after farm, trampling the crops into the mire. After atimetnS herd was gradually divided up and scattered over the country. The numerous small herds of cows that came l™'!r^ u *? vay ? oon cau g Q t the craze snd joined the stampeders. .When morning dawned the big herd was scattered m all directions, and the country in VlPlTllt*T7 ril* n^»*4-4-1 T i •v-'j *** vicinity or luttle.s Lake resembles path of a cyclone. The farmers r^» a ;lfe™ desteSSd «« the and impounded as many of ered steers as they could These, they -are, holding • fo? , T " e te owners are coming horn all directions to reclaim their property. The ^entire neighborhood is excited, and the occupation of the herders for the summer is gone." What will the report be by the time it gets as far as Chicago? As nearly as we can learn, the above herd was not wholly disbanded, but about 2,000 head are still being herded there. Many farmers whose farms adjoin the herd ground have had their crops more or less damaged, and have claims against Mr. McEnroe for a considerable sum. But the report as given in the Hawk-Eye is wholly.unfounded.