Rabies at D’Arbonne

The Gazette
May 30, 1900

The people of D’Arbonne vicinity are considerably stirred up over the danger of rabies. Several dogs, cattle, hogs, etc., have died of hydrophobia in that section, and there is no telling what animals have been bitten. All the citizens there should keep their dogs confined during the prevalence of the disease, to prevent it s further spread.


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