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VOL. XXX--NO. 13
E. P. GEARY, M. D.,
Pbysiciaa And SurgeoH.
Office in A. L. Johnson's building.
T. R. YOUNG. M. D.,
Physican And Surgeon,
Central Poixt, Obkgok.
Ualls promptly attended to at all hours.
-iri-WHITNEY. 1I- D.-
EACLE POIXT. 0UEG0X.
Having located at this place I ask a
hare of the patronige or this section.
Colls attended to at any time.
W. F. WILLIAMSON,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR. VT-LAW
All business in my line will receive
II. K. IIANW,
Attorney & Counsellor Al-Law,
"Will practice in all the Courts of the
State. Oflice up stsirs in 'irlh's brick.
C- LEMPERT, M- D-,
Graduate of University, Leipzig, Germany,
Physician And Surgeon.
Calls attended to nt all hours day and
night. Ofllcc opposite Slover Hotel, Jack
P. P. PRIM,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR.AT-L.VW
Will practice in all the Courts of the
Bute Olfic in Court Houe.
1 . B. KENT,
Alio' nt and Connstllor at Law
" JICKSONVILLE OutOOX.
Will rracllce in all the Cjurts of this
State Olllce in the ourt House.
G II. AIKEN, M. D..
DttYSICIAN AHD SUaGEON,
tj5"0tllce opposite P. J. Ryan's store.
J. VT. EOBINSONrM D-,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OFFU3E At City Drug Store. Rcsi.
denes on Fourth St., op.,ositc M.E.
CalN pnimptly attended to. diy and night.
'martin vr.man, m. d.
DHYSICIAN AND rjRQS0K,
Gall pnmntly attcn led to at all hours.
B. F. DO WELL,
All business placed in my binds will re
ceive prompt attention. Special attcn.
on givinto collections.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Notary Public, cal Estate AscBt and
I make conveynncing and furnishing ab
stracts of land titles a specialty. Loans
negotiated and co lections made. All
business intrusted to my care will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Teeth extracted at all hours.
tLauehintr ran ndmini&tercd.
"if cfesired, for wiiich extra
charge will be made Oflice on corner of
California and 5lh .street-
A. O. OIBBS. L. B. STKARNf.
GIBBS & STEARNS,
A TT0RHEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
Roomi2 and i StrowbriJge6 Bnilding,
"Will practice in atl courts of record in tli
Stale of Oregon and Washington Terri
tory: and pay particular attention to
business In Federal courts.
? Ca week in your own town . T-rms
3UU nd $5 outfit Tree. Addres. II.
Haixet, & Co, Portland, Vaice.
1UB FARMflll'S STORK!
Colman'8 old stand.
A, G. COLVILV,
Herrbv informs the public that he is dis
playing nt the above rfnnd a first
class ttxck of
Yhich he will sell
At Very Low Prices.
Hi3 stock consists of
Groccricr, ProYisioiiS, Etc,
Everything is frch and of good qual
ity, and prices put down to
IhQ Lowost rfotch!
CCountry Produce bought and sold.
Remember CH mini's old stand, and give
me a cill vhen in tawn.
A. G. Cot.vi5!T
ST. ISAM'S AC ADEETC,
THE SISTERS OF THE HOLT X1HE.
THE SHOLASTIC YEAR OF TniS
scho)l will commence about the end oi
August, and is divided in four sessions,
of elcvcD weeks each.
Board and tuition, pcrterm, $40.00
Drawing and pinning 8.00
Bed and Bedding 3.00
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Primary, per term, $ 5.00
Preruratoy " ... .......
Senior, " '. . ..... v.. 10 OS
Pupils received at my time, and special
attention is paid to p-nticuliir studies in
behalf of children who have but limited
time. For further particulars apply a
Mrs. P. P. Prim's
Mi linery Store.
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW
I and eomp ele stork of Millinery goods.
HAT OF ALL STYLES,
ORNAMENTS, SILKS. LACES,
Ccntltinrn' and Ladies1 IljnJkcruicfs
Call and see them at the building form
crly occupied by Dr. Robinson on Califor
niistrjju MK-J. P.P. PRIM.
TABLE ROCK SALOON,
TTIJVTJEJV and HLLMS,
Tie proprietors ot this well known and
popular resort world inform their friends
and the public gent rally that a complete
and first, class stock of the best, brands ol
liquors, wines, cigars, ale and porter, etc.,
are constantly kept oa hand. They will
be pleased to hac their friends "rail ano
A cabinet of curiosities may also be
found here. AVe would be pleased to have
persons possessing curiosities and speci
mens bring tbcm in, and we will place
them in the cabinet for inspection.
W1NTJKN Jc HELMS.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Corner rront and Morrison, rorllanrt.
(On the European Plan.)
THOS. GUINEAN, PROP-
(Late of the Arcade, Sacramento.)
This hotel is tlioronghly firo-mool. Con
tains 120 e'egant'r iurnMicd suits and
sin; o rooms, whicli have been refitted and
refurnished in modern sty'c
Free coach to and from all trains and
CT7" oonncr dax at hmc
OU I Vy 0-ivSamp"cs worth .
free Address SnsM.v & Co., Portland, Me
THE STAFF OF L1F!
TnE ROGUE RIVER
mm mwm mills
HAVING RECENTLY I5EEN RE
fitted with ai" jiodernlmpiovements
are now turning out u first class article
of flour, which is put up in unc-fourth
buirt-1 ack.aud cterv snek is wnrranted
to contain 49 pounds of flour If you don't
believe this, just compare a Kick of our
flour with any other brand ofivrrd for sa.e
in this market, and note the difference in
Constant'y on hand and exchanged for
nnving added a set of Barley Rollers to
my mill, I h:ne si-t apart every Saturday
.to Roll Larley for customers. The work
will ue uone on short nntirr, so mat, p ir
tics can return with their grist the same
day. I am prepared to roll barley at all
times and in the best manner, 'lhis pro
cess is tarahcad-of thecrirher
Jacksonville, Sept. 22. 1S33.
ANGLE & PLYMALE Prop's.
The underslcnetl takes pleasure In an.
nouncinp that he hns opened his plaec of
business in the m-w nwn orMedfonl, Or
egon. andis now prepared to furnish, in
PAINTS AND OILS
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
CAN DIES. NU I'S.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Etc.
My stock is fresh and ilrst-clns. and I
propose to keep a full assortment of c ery
thing in try ljnc and sell at
PRICES LOWER THAtf EVER
All I ask is a trial.
GHighesl price piid for Produce.
A SURE CURE GUARANTEED.
DR. E. C. "WEST'S" nerve and brain
Ircituient, a specific for Hycria,
Dizziness, onvu'sions. Nervous Head
ache, Mental Depression, Loss of Memory.
Spennatorhoea. Iuipotenry, Involuntary
emissions, premature o d age, caused by
over-exertion, seltibitse or over-indulgence,
which leads to misery, decay and
death. One box will cure recent coses
Each box contains one month's tientment,
one do lar u box, or six boxes for five do,
lars; -sent by mail prepaid on rcccip' ol
price We guarantee six boxts to cure
any case. With each order receivisl by us
for six boxes, accompanied with tivedol
lars, we will send ths purchaser our writ,
ten guarrntee to return the money iflhe
treatment does not effect a cure, Guar.tn.
tees issued on y by
Woon.m, Claiike & Co-
orders by mail at rrgtlar price.
u. s. uotel EriiJiisa. jacksosvili,
T. T, McKENZlE, PRCP'?,
HAVING ASSUMED THE MAN
ngeme it ot his r sort. I propos
keeping it stocked with he finest i rands
WINES, LIQUORS AND ClQARS,
And will be pleased to receive a cal' frm
all who wish the best in my line. Sat
istaction assur d. T. T. VcKENZIE.
BOARD AD LODGING
Best bouse for the money this side of
C. A. HUBBELL,
Eeal Estate Agent,
Office in Dr. Aiken's building on TaL
ifornia street, n.11 business entrusted to
my care will receive prompt and careful
attention. 6. A. Uusseu.
JACKSONVILLE- OREGON. MAKCPI 28, ISS5.
Liim&ajs, Ejdcachs, Heilzcic. Toothzche,
Burns, Keaida. Prrat ISleea,
1XD ILL OTIICn CODIIT P4IXS 1TO 1(1113.
EcaferfirasljtsandDMlencTOrTrtWQ. Flft, Cum Itgto.
Dinrtlcms ! XI Lauiun'1,.
THE CIIAULES A.TOOEIXE CO.
ajoiss ? BBR?Sif
Tree from Opiates, JZmctles and 1'atsons.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
For ConjEns Goto Tirot, ITtnrtcnCM, InBnenzrtf
ColdbBronehltlis Croc?, YThocpinff Couct
AstLtHa, Qanwjt Polnr In Cheat. otLer
Section of tb Tliroct tn4 Lnnciu
rrice BO cents a bottlf . SoM bv Drnrelti end Deal
ers. Parties unabUtotndtuxVulr dealer to promptly
get tt for Vm icUtrecelre itco loiUUtExprtu charge
paid by sending one CoUcr to
TdZ CHICLES A.TOOELFH COXrAST,
Sola Owner tnaUQBtctiTr,
At Ihe ohi stand of S. P. II inni, la Crone-
miller's building, keeps on hand a
lull line of
Wagon Material !
And is prepared to do all work in liisrlinc
on short notice and in a worl.m tnliko
manner,, Vehicles ot'cvcrv des-
"TE crintion'maifirTfj tjGXi. '
Iiemii-'mrj A SjKCiaHi.
Tctnu reasonable and s-itisfacatinn
;uarauu-(d. Gko. Rieves.
111!! lgflUMI IH-LLLG!
Four courses of sludy.Normal and
Commercin'. "ollese. I'reinraloiv and In.
Mmiuental muic -
Foi particulars or catalnsne appl- to
ihe undersigned at Ashland. Oregon.
M. G. ROYAL, A. M.
The T'rvrss' Gnun U J3
r..cJ Mardi an J bept., ath
iyi-ar: .d pa;cr, 8 si!
ir.i.hc?, ..tu ot is,:;uu
iil-stralionj r ;i.o!o Jiic
ture callcrv. .vc-iw hole-
sale price cVrcct to natume ju all goods
for personal cr fjn.i-y u TcJs how
to i rdtr, tnl gives c;a erst cf every
ti.Iug joa uee, c-t, I'rTi v car, rr Lavo
fun ...!u T.iesc inn Una Loo'a ctir
Liln i t,bnsa:inn glinmol Inim tl.c r.u.?
I.rn of V.i2 :t'T'. 1. "e wi.l rnail a C0117
Freo torn a.!Jress i:jwn receipt oi the
postage 7 cents. Let u liesr lrom you.
MONTGOP-iERY WARD & CO-
S3T 2291V'E:h Avcoat. CMcT--. IB.
nC .- SILSBErS KXTEKSAL PILE HESEDr
Gives IntUnt Rilief, 2i h ta In"j"iil3
CURE FOR ALL KIKDS OF PILES.
siM by pmsgrists every wberc Price.""l CO
rer box. jnrpaiJ, by mall. Samp'cs sent
frre to Phvsiciins ?"d all sufferer?. In
Xenstaedtei it Co., oxx JG, New York
r;t". Sole manufacturers of A" AKKSIS.
INVALUABLE TO AIXT
IVill bo nailed C"D CB
9T1A t, .cf nmTw rf Isvt imf Wilnnnt
orceriDsrlt. It coniala luastreuoas, prices,
descripuoas and directions forjlanting all
VegeUUe uid Flower SEEDS, DULBs, et.
D. W. FERRY&CO.D!SS,T
ITe conU'.'-s to act zs So'hitora Tor ratcct".
C"eTS.Ts-Je Martai Cepyrifbi. rtt. for lb
U1..V' fl-i, laicda.(kta. If jrlaurt. Fra, re
CierTn tie. e tivei JriJEc
Hue M Um. id ii i OaVrrtre n ifced t: tee
Fcirvntv: ii. l"mrnirfOTlia
nas aa en nwsis cimilstJun. V.tUmn tl.NH
A ai. Pae-t Solldars. rrb"if sino.Tiric
.inift. ". iuvm?ar.MiittE.
ksq h ttwaK 1
JL rnii Mil
s Bra "
New York J'oLitics.
Tim RppuMicans ef New York are
Letting r-ady for the fall election.
Arrnngiiientn have already been made
n th city for liulding the" primaiiei
uiid perffctiiig orginiziliin prepara
lor to lliH MJiiinier camjiain. A lil
prnl spirit thus fur has hn-ii manifested
in Arruuyin thp coniniiitres and loiii
pining t lie enrollment. The unmet of
ill Ri'publicAii! are placed on tiierollx
r-'nrdlnt" of )istJVn"!iiieHor-wamIer-
I s. It. ih uiidrfood that Jolmv.
O'Brien, wiiolia held lha cliairinan
slrp of tTiec'iuiity conimitttf ."or thiw
terms, i not a catididutr for reelection
nnd some aclivcaud influcolial Repub
lican will Inlco his place. It. is thriu
ipii'ion to ina the now cotnuiitlee n
tion one, and to put fonh every ex
ertion lo cairy. the Sia'P. The RejmU
licans of N.-w Yoik" are respousilj to
h country for Ill's preent Democratic
II luiiiiistratioii. Il was thiough thrir
lietivioiis ami quarrelii that Cleveland
ecnniH ho h Governor and President.
In Ins present position lie wi'lnot will
Uigly feu hi State relaptu into Repuli
licuiiioin, oiiil every effort of his nd
Mii11Ktr.it ion will be put forth to pre
vent such 11 ieult. It U fieely de
cltreil in seine quartTs that litis fact
accounts for Mt)iiiiiiig'' nppointniPiii
at the Leal of the Treasury Dc-part-iiient
and 1 hit h will prolivl.iv not
I11I1I his position longer than tu injure
another Deinncratic victory in the.
Sute of New York. "Wlieihfr or not
this be true, ii is certain thul the
political strugglu in that State till-.
v ear will be ujiuiu illy severn and ihnt
tin: Repiililiciins uro snnguiue o! their
nbi ity 10 elect their Governor mid 11
iiMJority of tho next GenPral Avseni
I ly. Tuh D.-ni'icratH nre rquitlly co
li lent, are inuieuuitfd th.inuxii.il, ever)
effo t being put forth by the President
to conci.iHteTan.inanv Hall and ecuie
its enthusiastic support of the ticket.
Ill thiittK"v'iM 1nr"iuixHM)fiil for hy lia
it lit 4 cuiiuiianil tho pitrouagH uliicli
always in ilen Taiuiiiany patriotic and
Invnl to the nrgiiiizvlioii. With John
Ki'y in eoiiiin md of the Custom
House in New York. un'liiiij but d
votion and ent!iUniain would uuik
lie conduct of tho political wirrior.-! of
ihe great metropolii. Willi nil di
H'ti-iim-i heiileil in tho ranks of both
pirtiextliK canipiiu throuliout tlie
Stu e iliis ear vv ill be one of tlin most
ex-iliiigever witiierf.pd, and the r.-ult
will Imvp n grent inflience in (IhUtiii
ining 'he duration of tho Democratic
supremacy in ihe Governiiieut.
There are now annually returned to
the ileml letter olli.-o at Washington
over 5.000,000 of letters. The minute
precautions iHkn by lhis depart niciif
iif the government to insure the safe
d -livery of every package committed
to itn care i.s almost marvelous. There
ix scarcely one chauco in 11 hundred
ill. his nid that a letter, properly ad
dressed and stumped, will fail to reach
its destination. If a lettpr should be
reported to the proper auihoriiie",
every means thatmnuei, poaerai.il in
genuitv could ilevin: vvouhl be put
into itistant operation lo find it. And
vet, every dav of the year 15,000 let
ters are sent to the denl Ittier office
to be relurneil to the writers if thev
enn ! fouiiil. Of course, ypry many of
these letters nre not called tor by tho
perrons to whom tliey were originally
addressed, and this because of removal,
death, ii'gligeuce or other cjussh, Tnit
a veiy laige propoitiouof then: arert
turned because Df erroneous or inuf
ficient dtrrction. It requires onlv a
iiioment to properly rtirecta letter,
auJ when it 1 couiilerp.i that tho-e
i'HgagMl in the most nc'ive and exten
sive bv-iness pursuits, having thou
Rinds of corri'spomlentf, rarely, if
ever make mistakes in this respect, n
carelesn, slovenly or ignorant person
may be looked fjr just where nn im
perfectly addressed letter is posied.
Thn nrly completion of Ihe rai'io!d
through to San Fianrii-co is not to be
exjiecteal. The forfeiture Mils have
worked out their natural results and
for the sake of saving a few thousand
acres of mountainous lands which
without railroid cnimnuiiicitinri nre
not worth ten cents nn acrp, the Cen
tral Pacific! is afforded an excuse for
tlip iudelinitn po-ton? input of a work
that would be great convenience nnd
worth millions of dcllars to the people
of Wwteru Or.'goB. j,
The War Cloudy
It never rains but it pours. The
Russian troops are interfering with
the English tronps on the -Afghan
frontier, and a co'iiwoii is imminent,
which, wMi a combination of circum
stKiicec, mnkps a tlec'.arntioit of war bn
tweeu Russia and England vaguely
possible. And now Mr. Rufino Bar
no, President of Guatemala, lias
rrwu nuibiiious and wants to rule the
-united Republic of Central America.
Hm Iris issued proclamation dec'ariug
Iiiir.self'il.i g'rpat mogul of all ihe Cen
tral American republics. But three of
them repudiate his claim, and he has
declared war with tlmiii. He will en
deavor to vv hi,, them into his favorite
arrangement. Blood will pour, 'and
the fields of enstus will L? painted rrd
with fraternal blood. There are war
ami rumor of wars. If war i lHevit
aide it will hare to come. In case it
iloes come, and twoiuch great mid rich
nations as Russia aiid England mea.
ur xnord, America will act the part
of the boy on the fence, wUi-esMiig the
dog fight. Shu a ill be a sunreiurlv
disinterested iary. But i-he will
grow rich on the tioubles of other na
tions, and very likily they .will be
none this better off for the bloodshed.
Washington corrp.pondenl precrive
a growing esliaiigeinent between the
United Stales Senate ami ilie house of
I'e.reseutativei that is liul.In to soon
culminate in confl'Ct between those
two branches of the govprnmen'.
There is nothing surprising ai.out thiv.
Tun uionopjlisis 11 nd the iiristrocratic
element of the country have for )eam
been tightening their g i. on the
United Stntes Senate, until now they
have comp'rte control of it whenever
they feel disponed to control it, Tliis
unfortunate 'slate of nlTairs is not pii
tiruly chargeable to thu rep'jblicnli
party, fur the democrats have been
jccrsories to it and are jusi as deep
in the mud as the republicans are in
he mire. This coast has been particu .
Inrly.kiud 10 the moueied interets in
the selection of Senators, Bath of the
Uilifurum senatora belong to the mono
polisu; sodo those of Nevada one a
d'-piocrat mid the other a repuSlican
uiul our one senator is not supposed lo
be violently ferniust them. What his
colleague may tm remains to be seen.
Unle.-s the United Stat, a Seuut? dis
j.lays greater wisdom and more justice
than the masse of the peoplo have u
iilit lu'e.tect from the men who con
pose ii, serious trouble will and ought?
tu originate there leforu many yvurs.
A large gray whale, one of thelarg
e3t of in species, was encountered bv a
boat crew of whalemen lust week,
while liny were lying by a school of
finbacks-, olf the Coast of California.
The monster had a large exereseuce
like a stout horn, about tiireo feet in
I I'g'th, protruding from its forehead,
when stiuuk with a Innce it lashed the
sea into a foam for a few moments and
hen made n dash for th whleboat.
A well directed bomb har poou, how
ever, put an abrupt stop lo its career,
and doubtless saved the lives of th
crew. The body sank so rapid v that
it, became necessary to cut the line to
avoid a second peril.
Ittap cr Flss.
Nature's own true Lixative. Pleas
ant to the Palate, acceptable to the
Stomach, h irui)e-.s in its nature, pain
less in iu action. Cijrcs habitual
Constipation, Billiousticss, Lnligestioii,
and kindred ili". Cleanses the system,
pu lilies the blond, regulates the liver
unJ acts on the Bowles. Breaks up
Colds, t ChllU nnd Fevers, ptc.
Slieugthens the organs on which it
act)1. Belter than bittrr, nauseous
uiedicilies, pills, sails and draughtx.
Sample bottle free, nnd large bottles for
sale by Merritt & 'Robinson, Jackstn
ville. The second week of the new ac'niin
istr.itioli has closed with satisfaction to
everybody bnl the office. seekers. They
are disFatiidied In cause removals have
nvt been made by wholesale to find
plices for pew comers. The rand nnJ
tile have settled down to the convic
tion that it is only in the Tieaury
Department and the office under Man
uing' control that summary changes
will be made.
Four thousand saloons in Illinois
havti been closed br the Harner hitdi
I license law, aud taxpayers are saved
I wo mil Hob dollars a year by it.
$3 PER YEAR
Eighty Years' of Usefulness-
There ii something ncouraginjj to
vnung niechanices in Ihir fact that a
distinguished rouber of the craft 'has
just completed eighty years, of useful
life and is (till busy. In effort he is a
very young man, for he hopes beyond
his accomplishment, and believes be
yond his possibilities. This old young
man is John Ericsson, the designrr of
the first llonitor for so be will be re
inuiibued in this country and others.
And yet he wtlCbe -considered histori
cally as an Inventor of the locomotive-e'
of a caloric engine, of a screw for'Tnt
driving of vssels, anihposjfibLas the
originator of a "DestroytrVthot in j
add greatly to eur national defenses.
Possibly his solar engine may also add
lu his fame; but he will be held in re
membrance, by tho, a who share his
friendship, as a good man aud pleas
John EricuCon who was born in Swe
den in 1803, his father being a rciuing
proprietor. He vva educated as &
civil engineer and subsequently prac
ticed his profession in England. There
in 1857 he entered a locomotive in
competition with that of George Steph
etisati. In 1S33 he first brought to public
notice his' caloric engine. In 1837 he
coiutructid the first practicable pro
pellor vessel, the Francis B. Osden,
and tho ilifavor with which this was
received by the British Admirality re-i-ulted
in Captain Ericsson's departure
for America in 1839. His record in
America began with his first -8xay in
ar i-hiti building, the Princeton,
which was the first steamship ever
built with machinery protected from
shot by being placed below the water
line. The alory of the Monitor, whieh
revolutionized naval architecture, is
too well known to need mors than a
reference. For the last few years
Ericsson's time has been chiefly de-
voted to the perfection. oLsubmarine
attack, and his torpedo! liBatft the Dd
strorer, is the result; of Jiis labors, in
The camel has twice the carrying
power of on ox. With an ordinary
luad of 400 poundshecan travel twelve
to fourteen dav 3 without water, going
fourteen tnilm a day. They are tit to
work at live years old, but their
strength begins to decline nt 25, a',
though they live usual'y uniil 50.
They arc often fattened at 30 for tho
bu'eh'erthe llesli tasting like "beef.
The Tartars havejlierdsfSiheseJfani
uuls, often 1,000 belonging to cna
fami'y. They were iiumsrous in au
liqnity, for the patriich Job had
3,000; The Timbuc'do breed is re
iu ukable forsperd and used only for
couriers, going 800 miles in eight
days with a meal of dates or grain at
When Mark Twain was asked to
subscribe a modest gift for the erec
tion of a church, ho wrote to the com
mute, saying that h? thought they had
made a mistake. 'as in his opinion what
they wanted in their town was "a nice,
largp, strong new -j til. Yonker's Ga
zette." An Arizona edilor having got his
rival in j til for assault and battery
thus gloates over him: "Our quon
dam contemporary is lying as usual
this time in j ail. We understand"
the saloon keepers are moving heaven
and earth to qet him -out, as their
business has fallen off considerably
since ha has been cooped. When he
gels out what a thirst lie will have."
A man has invented a coiled attach
ment to a sewing machine, clothes
wringpr, etc., by which, nnd a crank,
taw old man can store up power enough
before he goes lo business to run the
houe all day. President Cleveland
will avoid the necessity for this, not
being a fani'ly man.
A German chemist has obtained a
new link between 'he vegetable and
animal kingdoms in the shape of an
animal gum closely resembling the
plant gums in its physical and uhemi
Lrn-mburf, Va , March 16. Ef
ports from ihe principal wheat grow
ing counties in tho stato show ths
avtragn is small nnd has been, to a
large rx'.ent, frozen out of the ground
Two cases of small-pox reported at