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JACKSONVrLluEiIOWOOK. JULY 25, 1SS5.
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E. P. GEARY, M. D.,
pltysiciaH And Smrgeoa.
Office in A.L. Johnson's building.
T. It, YOUNG, M. D.,
rijclca Amd Sfcrgoea,
Central Voist, Obeoox.
Calls promptly attended to at all hours.
EAGLE POINT 0REG0X.
tl3Vln located at tkU plaftf! I ask a
hare of the patronage' of thrVscctlon.
Calls attendid to at any time.
W. F. WiL,MAMSO&;
ATTOBNEY & COUNSELOB-AT-LAW
All business in my line will receive
II. K. IIANNA,
Attorney & Counsellor At-Laio,
"Will practice in all the Courts of the
State. Office up stairs in (mil's brick.
P. P. PRIM,
ATTOBNEY & COUNSELOB-AT-LAW
Will practice in all the Courts or the
Rtate. Office in Court Rouse.
R. PRYCE, M. D.f
Fhyslcia Ami Surgeon,
Office next door to Byer's block, resi
dence. Cunningham's hotel.
T. B. KENT,
l.H:aj and ConascltSr at Law
Will practice in all the Oiuris or this
Stale. Office in the Court House.
U U.AIKKX.M. I).,
DHYSICIAN AND SURQEfW,
tSTOfflce opposite P. J. Byan' Itofe.
J. W. ROBINSON, M D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
tacks onvilo, Ogn.
OFFICE At City Drug Store. Rcsl.
dence on Fourth St., op;xsite H E.
Calls promptly attended to, day and night.
B. F. DOWELLj
ATTORNEY- AT-L AW.
All business placed in my hands will re
ceivc prompt attention. Special atten
tion gircnto collections:
idtis it. jitTCiiELi. n. v. dtment.
iltTCHELL & DEMENT.
Altonicis dc Counsellors At law.
(IfflM in Kvnm's n:wuui'did
First And Pine sticets
trill practice In all tie courttoi O'regon.
xu. A. L. JOHNSON,
Notary Public, Beat Estate Aient and
I make conveyancing and furnishing ab
stracts of land titles a specialty. Loans
n'ecotiated and collections made. All
business intrusted to my care will receive
prompt and carelul attention.
Teeth extractecf at ali hours.
Lau;hing g'a administered,
Tif iluirjJ fiVr waich extra
charge will be nradt Wflico on corner of
uaiiiornta ana oin sireet,
i. O. dlBTSS. L. B. STSAJtK.
GIBBS & STEAHNS,
A f TORNKYS A3D COTNSELLOES,
rfooaii2 and' i StrowbVidge's B'slldiog,
1flll prailif's in! all conris. or record in the
6tVc or O'regoa aad Waaaiston Terri.
iorr.rxal .psy particslac fttteatiea to
Vaiiawln: TtAtrit ew. - '
Ittfri STiPP np iippf
liiu iiimi ui xiAAAi
THE ROGUE RIVER"
SfflM FLODRIKH MILLS
HAVING TlECENTLY BEEN BE
fltted with al" modern improvements.
are now turning out a first-claSs article
of flour, -which is ptlt up in one-fourth
barrel sacks. and every sack, is warranted
to contain 40 pounds or flour If roH don't
believe this, just compare , a sack of our
flour -with any other brand offered for saie
in this market, and riotc the difference in
Flour and Mill-feed
Constantly on hand and" exchanged for
Having added a set of Uarley Rollers to
my mill, I have Set apart every Saturday
to Boll Barley for customers. The work
will be done on short notice, so that par
ties can return with their grist the same
day. I am prepared to roll barley at all
times and in the liest manner. This pro
cess is tar ahead of ihecn-iiber-
Jacksonville, Sept. 22, 1883.
ANGLE & PLYMALE Prop's.
The undersigned takes pleasure in an
nouncing that he has opened his plarn of
business in the new town of Medford, Or
egon, andis now prepared to furnish, in
PAINTS AND OILS
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Etc.
My stock is fresh and first-class, and I
propose to keep a full assortment of every
thing in my line and sell at
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER
All I ask is a trial.
EST'Higkesl price paid for Produce.
TnE SISTERS (IF TOE lOLY SAME.
THBSHOLASTlCYEAB OF THIS
School will commJetfce about the end ol
August, nd is divided in four sessions,
of eleven weckscach.
Board and tuition, per term;. .;:.., $41X00
Music "'. . 13.00
Drawing and piinting .-....-. tf.00
Bedand Bedding.. .-... . 3.00
SELECT DAY SCHOOL.
Primary, per term ? 5.00
Junior, " 000
Preparatoy " 8.00
Pupils received at any time, and special
attention Is paid to piiticular studies in
behalf or children who have but limited
time. For further particulars apply ai
A SURE CtJItE GUAHANTEED.
BB. E. C. AVESt'S ntrve and braiu
treituicnt, a" specific for Hysteria,
Dizzinesr,- to'nvalsioris, Nervori, Head
ache. Mental DenrcbSiori. Loss of Memory.
J Spermatorhoca, Impotency, Involuntary
emissions, premature oia age, causeu oj
ovcrutertion, acll-abuse or over-indulgence,
which leads to misery, decay and
death. One box will cure recent cases.
Each box contains one month's treatment,
one dollar n box, "or Six boxes for five dol
lars; sent by mall prepaid on receipt oi
price We guarantee six boxes to cure
any case. With each order received by.trf
for six boxes, accompanied Willi nvc doi
lars, we will send lira purchaser orir writ
ten guarrntce to return the moriey if the
treatment does not effect a cure. Guaran
tees issued only by
WOODAKD", CLArfM.C Ctf,
Wholesale am? Retail Druggists, Port
Orders DT mail at regular prices.
Vm S SALOON
t. s. bot'el bcilhYko". Jacksonville,
f , T. McKENZIEr PROP'R,
TTAVING Ao'SUMED THE JfAN
XXagemeut ot ihis resort, I propos
keeping it stocked widtilre finest i rands
WIOfES, LIQUORS AND CICTARS,
And will be pleased to recefve a" call Wm
ali who wish the. best in. my line, S
islaction asstmd. T. T. McKENZlE.
d- LEMI"EI.T. M-- D-,
trailnateDr University, Lefpzig, tfefm'any,-
Physician And Sirgeorl.
Calls attended to at all hours day and
night. Office opposite Slover Hotel, Jack
The Dull Times
Has marked his goods down f tf
tiitvd Times Prices
He will sell you MORE GOODS for
LESS MONEY than ever before sold
fn Jacksonville. His stock Is
AS GOOD AS THE BEST,
And his prices will
It Is needless to enumerate the articles
he has to sell, as he keeps everything to
be found in a first-class
General Merchandise Store !
When in town give him a call and he
will show yon goods at prices that will
KNOCK THE HARD TIM:S
Idea clean out your head.
His stock is varied and complete, and
you can hardly ask ior anyijiltlg he has
Bemember the p'ace coroner of Call
fofnia and Oregon streets
Highest Market Price
FARM PRODUCE !
ESTCall and see if this advertisement
is not as true as gospel
J. W. MEKK1TT.
Dll. J. TV. r.OBLNSON
CITY DRD& STORE
MERRITT &, ROBINSON
Will keep on hand the largest and most
complete assortment of
patf.nt :aEuicinBai i ciiejiicals.
PrjliE WINES & LTQUORS.
PAINTS, OILS, ETC,
To be found in Southern Oregon!.
fttll stock of
FINE CIGARS AND
And a great variety of Perfumery, com
mon and Toilet Soaps, etc.
EST Prescriptions carefully prepared by
Dr. J. AY. Bonixsox.
Dr. Bobinson's office in Dril Store.
A large stock of Frfflf, Shade, Ornamen
tal and Nitt trcC3'.
Vines and Shrubbery
For sale cheap.
Xo Insect Pest on Tree!
Send Tor catalogue. Address.
J. H. SETTLESflEn
m asiiland umm
Four courses or study. Normal mj
Qmmerciaj College, Preparatory and In.
For -particulars or catalogue apply to
the undersigned at Ashland. Oregon;.
M. G. BOYAL, VM. .
itee surras ns
A. CitAfrj, I'roprTefof,
CAtiroRXLt St, - Jacksostille,
Has just becri furnished an elegant new
Billiard aatt fool Table.-
The finest oranefs of
!SSB5 yQDOSS ft OSAKg
Always on- hand
Oxen ftrf Safe.
The. undersigned h.is four oxen, one
bull and one stag that be offers for sale at
abnrgaln. "For particulars and price call
or. or.addres t SAX'L H. COOK,
AyfJegate, Oregon, April U, 1865.
Rheumatism, Ii-surEfljSs, -Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache. Headache, Toothache,
Barns, Scalda, I"rot dies,
aid ill oTinm eosilt miss xm inns.
Sold fcrSrvcslrts and DealTtfcvtmrbCK. FlOr Otttl UtCo.
u Ktloul la 11 Ltafniicfs.
TnE CHARLES A. VOGELTZt CO.
Free from Opiates, JSmclics and J?otsoiis.
A PROMPT, SAFE, SURE CURE
For Cough. Bora Throaty ItoartdiMS Znflnenztsf
Cold Bronchitis Croup, TThooptaff Cough,
Aiti"H Qnlni7. Pain In Cheat, oOtcr
aAAkms of tl Throat nt Lubc
Price SO cents ft bottlf. Bold brDntralrtsana Deal
er. PartletvnabUto induct their denier to prompOy
ffet ii for Vum tcitlrccetre ttco VoUtetJZrpreit cAarjw
paid by tending one Collar to l
THE CHARLES A. TOCXXTU COHrA3T,
Solo Owners tuii Mnutctnrer,
At the olu stand of S. P. Hanna, in Crone-
miller's building, kerjis on hand a
full line of
AniUs prepared to do all
wi aiivrh uwuv tui'
manner. Vehicles of" every des-
, cnption niauc looraer.
Hevairtng A Specialty.
6eo. R I eves
The Ecnna" Guroi Is is
sued March and Sept., each
lycar; Slli eager, SVxllj
lUusUationj r .'liolo pic
ture railcrv. .veSuholc
sale pritcs dlfccl la amsiaiie jd nil poodi
for persona! tr faci.y u Tells hovf
to order, and gives cx.v i-ost of e.-cry
thing you i:te, cut, drir vcar, or Lavo
fita with. Thcao i:iv ible books ccn
tain i.irorraation g!c:incJ from tho mar
kcti of tho orid. Wo will mail a 0007
Vreo to any address upon receipt of t u
postage 7 cents. Let us hear from you.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
S3? ir 23 Wllh Atcssc. Clileun UL
IS VAUIAIILC TO ALU
tm be mailed
and trj cusiamera of last vcar v
descripuoris and dlrectiona forplantlnz all
Vegetable and Flower SEEDS, BOLES, etc.
DM FERRY &.CO.DS5ZlT
Ke cocU'-s toaa as Eoycitors rorPateata.
Carats, T-vie Marts, cnprnalits. etc for U
DiuL gtaas. tnjada-OJta. ErjrUrd. Fraiice
Genr-wi- ttr. tie Uve tii JUtrtr-fivc
rears' tipcricuce.' -
llw-.u lUaiUd ttitctfiarocrttdlau3
rciExnno yj.niCJA. IWlatBear(!!ecl!(l
Mastrared vieetlytajer. $3.20a-rfar.bwa
tiermnfaa tffctetce. lverrlLterfftlEr.ivl
au aa m-awss rtrrslanJen- Address MrNK
t CO. PawrK SoHeaV,rCvPHbi U icuXUMC
txssf. aa BroaJa.4 Irew tett.
1 I M . R?l w. f&M -tSLJl
&rSa --a-atay a?aTa
To Almcc Mater,
This beautiful poem was read before
the alumni of the Willamette University
at their re-union, June 10th, by flobert A.
Miller, orbe class or '73. Bal.m States
man. Alma Mater, I come breathing scorn for
Ever sung in thy songs, ever praised by
And asain to ihy keeping thy chart I have
That has wrecked in life's Hood-tide our
I couw, Foster Mother, from lire earth
Wh ro the surbo ofesoV-owave leavcsa
wreck or the shore.
And the nrockliigoTllopi: breeds a scorn
For the toilers seeking ever wisdom and
Yes, with scorn burning fierce as the fury
For Pre seen, ''mid the toils of life's turb
The flower of our genius borne on to their
To be mingled at last with the drift and
Yes, I come whence the tread ot innum-
Arc eter pressing on to Life's purposeless
Where the mad surging crowd in the lite
Crush down and crush out every hope of
Yes, I come whence the lancers of Mam.
lnon's gay court
Trample down honored Truth in the battle
for train :
Where Honesty starves in Honor's grim-
And the protects ot learning arc heard all
Yes, I come whence the warring of faith-
oiinQLU o reals
Mock the progress of science that speeds
Where tho world judges men by the sum
of their deeds,
And the slugger keeps p ice with the sage
and his lore.
Yes, I come whence the true and the false
ride at case,
Whence the vile and the pure drink the
ltes oi despair.
Whence the populace annul the Law's
And a midnight of wrong flames afar on
Yes, I come whence the world'3 sadly
Hides an imbecile visage distorted with
pVhcre shallow pretense and life'3 noblest
Wins applause, wins a jeer, on thatworld's
honored stage 1
Oh! that ocean of life we were trained for
That world, Alma Mater, where no battles
The one's a mirage over the image tf
The other' a myth where sword and
lance never crossed.
Tlif n whit mockery mast lire in tint Ifme irithef eel Up
Tlwt in-RM bappj yomhlri tlt,.ipriiutiaeif life,
Ti weigtimictiur.xet niM. Inbh liglit-nrwtoreil sliip,
At.d u LoSet uU ucriu in J&iilMwt rrifcl
Ye, gln from Ibot wirM once so ragertr icraght,
lcitne, Atuu Mater, will, n,tlrji Hns to thee:
Oh! wnere nte ilia bit ties cu ileciueil e,i1j flight,
auU uliere ate tLe r,cturies rotf Btureil up fr uiet
No more to llir ch'Mren atne; tlia pniise ofthr world,
N. iterer mure urpA ihein An la lirVriOrpin del
lb ilie heart tlie one ili&puowtaienc lia mrleJ.
Ou the crest ollue otlicr tno soul cannot sleep.
Xomore, Fimter Stother.v.ll those xeirscomft to me,
When tuj riilcefliuil niysonl nith hope aua tleslrr;
eT.rmve wflllliloveittmj ruQTlpuiie liriure,
I or orer mx lilo wa t sieds tlio w Lit Iwintl of fira.
Yes. with scorn, at this Tanfshlns earth-dream of ours,
1 omie, Foster Mother, ttfunitli. sHiiireand Uttree,
Ami I WvaTm In aij J tSrse olrltM, ftivera'
Cu!lel front t&4 ihoru juweltl cruwn tu f nice gafe to
Twenty years aet the1 number of in
sano persons in tin- United States was
miy3102. In 187a it had reachr.1
27,432, ami in 18S0 irfatment was e
quired fur 91,050 lunntictr. From
1870 to 1850. the increase, in ihsanity
wa nfr.(rly 150 per cent i wliile that of
Itht to'al popiilation was alout 25.
These lUurt'; do not lioweff, repre
sent net 01 rtiuraiMj. But during' tliin
period a larce ntiiulier of insane per
ot f, previou-lv concealed, were
brought to public notice by moro tiior
ougb examinations. In America,
apart from several large ccuntr asy
Iura there are eighty slate and forty
private institutions for trie caro' of the
insane, with a proper capacity for
about 40,000, but containing 53,192,
thus leaving probably 5000 to be cared
for eUe here. The proportion of in
sane is greatest in New England, while
the increase bas been most rapid in the
western states. In the state of New
York there aro thirty fivo institutions
for the care; of the unfortunate people,
accommodating ll,&3 patients, while
it is said that there are 4000 provided
for at home.
TUB President's Firmsess --the
"Herald" savs: Justice Fie'd made
an observation to a San Francisco re
porter which members of his psrty
through the country should chew up.
It was thisf l'lt Cleveland's adminis
tration" is a great 8 access he will be re
nominated and reelected, if a iaii
ure. no Democrat will be bis successor.'
Tnrsis '"true as preaching," and truer
thai a good deal of it, we suspect.
The Only way an administration can' fie
made ft soceess is for those woo elect,
ed it to give it a hearty support. The
President will not alter his pnrpoae in
frenpect to the pledges jlpori which he
wa elected If nix party antagonizes
him In this policy it will be split in
twff, forfeit the respect of tho people,
and lose tke'saeoessioa.
The Jrew Postal Law.
The following is the texCof the new
United States Postal Uw, which" went
into effect Julr 1, I8S5i
1. Any article in a newrpapff 0
other publication may be marked for
observation, except by written; or
printed words, without increase of
2. All newspapers sent from the
office of ptbli:atioti, including sample
copws, or when" sent from a Hewn
nrwlicr klmlt'lii entit'rd to LrrinBmirt
sm- 'jia a:MHI'.ii'llayJII IIUlT
ion at lint rate of one cent per pounil
or fraction thereof, tho postagu to be
3. The weight of all t-injle rate let
ttrs is increased from onn-ha'.f of one
ounce each or fraction thereof to One
ounce each or traction thereof. The
same increase of weight is allowtd for
drop letters, whether mailed at t at ions
where there is a free delivery or where
carrier service is not established.
4. A special stamp of (ho Value' of
ten cents may be issued, which, whew
attached to a letter, in addition to the
lawful postage thereon, shall entitle
the letter to immediate delivery ot any
place containing 4,000 population or
over, according to the Federal cehsui,
within the carrier limit of any free
delivery office, or within one mile of
the Postodice coming within the pro
visions of this Uw, which may in the
like manner be designated as-a special
delivery office; that such specially
stamped letters srm)l be delivered be
tween 7 A. 11 and midnight; that a
book shall be provided in which the
person to whom the letter is addressed
shall acknowledge its receipt; that
messengers for this special delivery
are to be paid eighty per cent, of the
laco vaKe of all the stamps received
and recorded in a month, proviJcd the
aggregate compensation paid to any
one person for such service; shall not
exceed $30 per triouth, and provided
farther that the regulations for the
delivery of these specially stamped
letters shall in no way interfere with'
the prompt delivery of letters as pro
rided by existing law Or t gulatioirs.
CABIS OF JOAQUIX JllLLER. The
log cabin of Joaquin Miller, the poet,
on Meridian hill, near Washington, is
becoming more and more an object of
note to tourists and pilgrnhs. Itrfcle
lation affords i poet's eye iev of the
Potomac, wide af the Amazon, of the
great, broad city, far extending as
Damascus, and of that beautiful,
graceful symmetrical lost dome. Not
ono grand gorgeous sunset is front
this hight where lies fep6se. 'i fre in
terior as wetl uM exterior of this com
fortalde Cabin is a reproduction what
tho far West Still contains. There art;
the tow latch string and lliu wooden
latch with its unapproachable rrtttle.
The floor hax neither milts' fio'r carpet,
but rugs of tori. The board bed i
covered and lined with the jikifW of
wild a'liiiiiaK Wooden tub'eV, wMi
na ornament or coierfng and it h'oufi
book, hold the poet's loose manuscripts
of his happiest and uuhappiei
thoughts. The tiieplnce iiiiiMih at oh
cjtitaius t-igns of urban civilizfuioYi
some cabinet portraits of a fetv dear
friends. The kitchen,- girrer,- Well tfrM
other surroundings are all of the West
Sjrnp of iisi.
Nature's own true Laxative. PJeas
ant to the Palate, acceptable to the
Stomach, harmless in its nature, pain
less in- its action. Cures hahifual
Constipation, fiillrousness, Indigestion,
and kindred ills. Cleanses tfin system,
purifies the blood,- regulates the liver
and acts on the Bowles. Breaks np
Colds, Chills and Fevers, etc.
Strengthens (he organs on which it
acts. Better than Jrittcr, nauseous
medicines, pills, salts and draughts.
Sample bottle free, and large bottles for
sale by Merrltt & I'obinson, Jackson
ville. A number of citizens of East Port
and, who' wanted to get rid of a lot of
Chinese inhabiting a camber of cabins
neaf the Oregon Railway and Naviga
tion, track, ordered them to leave.
This the Chinese refused to do, wheffe
upon one of the fire engines and hose
cartsy belonging to the Ctiy Depart
ment, were run oat to r.rgvent a" con
fiagrstioni and the CabFns were then
fired and allowed (o burn to the
cronnd. Loss not heavy. The
Chinese fled. The cause of the attack
was that the Chinese were a nuisance
and very t'suifriiW.
The Postal Semicc,
Washington, D. 0., June 30, 138
With the new fiscal year beginning
to morrow the nw legislation contain
ed in the PostcDico Appropriation bill
will go into effect. In ihaoffica of tho"'
First Assistant Postmaster General
twelve additional clerks are-proridd
for, most of them being pecrally.drs
iguated for sericn in thie.'SAUry and
a'loance ill vision, in coLnetioii with
thy adjustment of the accounts of Post
master UtulTllie lerms.oi- the Act of
heir claims. An appropriation of
$17,800 il bo atnilabltt now. The"
h proiriiltioli bill contain a clause au
thoit'tig lilts kitsin of third-class
flkes. As ihero ate 1,837 of suck
oflicev, alnl as th; uj n pria.ion is tnfy
50,000, it is not probable ihoi tua
proiisiou chii be ratrieit out. A rough
eliinate places the sum rtquiied at
$5,340,000 per annum. Provision
wus also male for the eitsbliahment of
a system of t-pectal delivery a Uttenr
immediately upon their receipt at
Poslollices, but the Postmaster Geuur'
al has not vet uiveu the untiitr his
personal consideration. It-is possible
that the s) stem will be tested iu out
or more of the largest cities next
Autumn, and this extension will de
pend upon the result of the exiwri-'
ment. lit the office of the Second
Assistant Postmaster General the ap
propriation for star-route service has"
been increased $300,000; for railroad
service 5410,000, and for railway er
vice $410,000, and for .ailway postal
clerks $382,3000, thus allowing for tho"
wholesome expansion of the transpor
tation service. Only $14,300 will b
available for extension of the existing
special mail facilities or fast mail ser
vice, and it has not yet been determ
ined how to apply this appropriation!
A clause in the new bill pro ides that
the Postmaster General may extend
domestic steamship servicetto .foreign
ports within 2Q0ifiilt?ofAtilo'k,6aret i
domestic port.. The steanishi jr servic
between New York and 'Havana, and
between San, Francisco and Victoria,
Biitish Columbia, may be affected by
j this provision. The companies Dow
entitled to receive sea postagn on let
ters, white under the au law the set-'
vice may be let tu the lowest bidder.
The revenues of the Portoffice Depart
ui'eitt will be SHrioufly ufllctsd by tli9
new legislation. To morrow letlnrar
weighiiig one ounce or less may be
-sent through the mails for two centi,
arid the rate on newspapers mailed by
pu'ilblteia will le redoctd from twer
cents to one cent per pooncL Trow
f the reduction in the newspaper fates
large deficit in the revenue is expected
to result. The deficit for the jtarjuafr
-spiring1 is roughly estimated at S40C,
000, ami the estimates for the n
ricl yenr contemplates a deficit of;
"54,826,000. This estimate, howeverp
as prepared withsut the kuowItuUa
of the redoc'ion in newspaper rat" .O
b made by Congress during the lait
weekV se-sion. In the opinion of the
fiaunciil i.llicrs of the Dupartment
tbis legislaiion will cost the Govern
ment ut trust $1,000,000 daring the
ne.x ti-Cul yrnr, and will swsil the
excess of rxieiiduurts oicr rectip.s to
Working hor-e fieed" water a liltler
at & lMn add often. If it i Dec!y
to keep them so husy as to allow but
short nooning, it may be better to
givw them a pail of water with two or
three quarts of meal stirred into it,
instead of a more hearty mt-al of gra'Q-
and hay which tliey cannot digest
while working. Oatmeal is probably
better than cornmeal for this purpose
hut either will do. Au animal can
not properly digest its food while at
active work, and thus it performs arr
extra task of carrying abcot a load of
undigested food in its stomach during. ,.
the afternoon, unless itcarr bavo aloof"
two hours for digestion after each foed.
News reached us this morCi from
Alkali, that while two men were cut
hunting- in that neighborhood a few
Jays ago one niistook the other for at
fine buck and fired four shots at him
the last shot passing through lh fleahy
part of the arm, making an ugl
wound but not serious. This is no
less than four instances of the Kind
that has reached us since the first day
of the present month. One or two ot
the parties that were shot were killed
on the spot. No use for coBBM&taVr
-n V )