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' ASHTABULA WEEKLY TELEGRAPH '
Independent in nil things. JA.MI3S HEED & SON Publishpra, 2 in Advance-. ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1873.. WHOLE NUMBER 1215 VOLUME XXIV-NO. 10. rnn.nit or avutiGHiPTioMt j . two tJtiiUtt)Minita aldtrictty Inidvaneo. ' ' OWraL"llljtW silpitllea mm lh .naper for St AOVEItTISIICI HATBSI f vatv line or less of Monparell make sqnare I O l fiiare 1 weak(S ill i a . i ura i was., i nu On fallal's 4 mo... A IX) 9niiiars. inn.. 8 111) . Onuiil.re I year,, too B-tslnessCard. not over Obituary Notices not of Two.qnsremns.$ " TwosfjuSrr 8 mo. 8 Of) rlwn.n.lsruS I VMlfi 1100 Fonraiiiiares t yes ID 00 llalfcoliimn i year, m u vellne- ganrtral par yefi 8 oo ntsfs.t half rate! Local Notlcas Ten Cent a line for each Insertion. Of sverj eesof Itttlon attended to on call, and done la t most ratefnl mmitnTj. . . BUSINESS DIRECTORY. t MERCHANTS. jAirtit fit. rtAMl,'nlefin rtntj;"'l Bltnmennu. Coal, corner -'antra and 'J"1'" -J' Ashtabnla. . Lumber In car Int.. at Cleveland r". n.l n.rnl.hMl ncr or fnn. J prepared'" -hip -. - - . - . -. i. k tl . I r 7 1 ll.V . r nun.; in i i: . ,- " QjjUnhar the K ttLHR "(lARI.tl.lt. nealer In Kancr and Staple uty iritno., rumy ""J"'V v , "V.ki iiKia Hontk Btnre. Clarendon Block. A.htahnla. Ohio. 109S. 4 ii cir.KKV. Dealer In T)ry Onod., (irooerTe. W-WtV,00' or,h of SIS . in. fAUi.ttNKa .A !. ,',et,,.t1,; "" eerlea. Provlalon.. rUnA Feed, rorelith and Dome, tic Ifmit, Salt. FUkv. Pla.ter, Water-Lima, Heed. ACy M.iln .treet. Aelitahula. Ohln ( . ; Xt, WKDIIKA t. -nititer Irf F!ohr; Po ; llam. Lanl. anil all klnda of Fish Al.o. all kind, of Fami ly Orocerie, Jfrutt asd Confcetlotiery, Ala and !) tateatie Wine. 'W 4T. P. OBt!llTSO! SOX, Doaler. In erery deacrlii Ion ol uooia. oniws, ii ib am. vnu.. on hand a. lock of choice Family Groceries. Main . - . . . fi ..I.i.h.il. . .1.111 vireel, corner u. vv..'... n.iii.uni.i - t. W. MASKELIi. Corner Spring and Main eta. A.hiahnla- tlilo. liealera 1Q Crock.ry. Ac. Ac. ; 1UIU. B. VtKhl, Main Stniet., Antnlnla. O.. Grocer. Prodnce and Coininiaaion Mercliaut ror the purcha.e and ! of Western, Kiet HlittaT. Che-.a and Dried Fmlti: lt d. a r In choice- Or.ieo.lu and ProvUlon. Floor, preeerved Met and Fruits, both torelifo and dometlc ; Sail, Seed, and Grocerlc. of very deaorlptiun. - 1 tl. E,. HIORRION, Dealer in Dry-Good.. Gro ceries, BooW and Bhoe.. lat, tlap.. riaruwaro. Crockery. Book. Palnl.. Oil ftc. Aahlahnltt O. 6U0, ISO WW IN, proprietor of Livery Stahle New Homer, Carria.ro., Knhe Ac. Ilor.e kept Dy num. Wit. I.. k rxr MrM.lt fimnih.ia to and from al. trail Stable opposite Flak lloii.e, Ashtabula. O. 1108 PHYSICIANS. IIEKRV P. FRirKEHJI, !., residence on Charah Street. North of the Somh Park. Oftlceln Smith'. New Blink, opposite the Fi.k Home. 11M ask. It. I.. KINO. Physician and Bnrecon. office over Hendry King's store, residence near Bt.Peter'r Church. AshUhnla.. O W BU. BAtrlBfl, would Inform kit friends, and the pab'tc geaerally that he may be found al hi. residence or Park Street, ready to attend to all profcional calls. O trice hours, from IS to S P. M. Ashtuhnla O. May St. WW. W OEOROB HIOORK, IlomreopAthlc Physlcisn rod u ...n nma urn. aarnrmerlv. NO. 1 Mail! Blre1, Ashiahaia, Ohio. OIBce huur. from 7 ton A. Mi I to 1 P. M am) evening. May be found at the office at night. HOTELS. THOMPSON MOt78E,Jofr..Oho.K prop Good Livery la Yl7K Prop. Fre Bass to and from the can. PIHK. MOURE, Ashtabula, Ohio, A. Field, Proprl- ... An Omnibus running to and from ever? train sirs. Also, a Kood livery-stable kept In connection with this house, to convey passengers to any point. 10H5 iiuvimlLi iiai'UK-A. J. Shitu. Pronrle .r u.in Hi- A.hu,liila. Ohio. Larite Public Hall good Llverv.aad OmnilHia to and from I hu depot. 1048 OAUINET WARE. YOHN OUCKO, Manuracturer ot, and Dealer Furniture of tlie best descriptions, and every variety. Alan Ganara.1 Undertaker, and Manufacturer of Coffins to order. Main street. North ot South Public Square, AsntaDuia. ; 3. n. HRACH, Matialactnrer and Dea'er In First Cts FnrnUrUB. Alao, General Undertaker. 1133 DENTISTS. P. E. HALL ewjYf Center atreet .... . l . i t . . r,MM .between Main and Hark. aWS a. W. NELSON, Denlt.t, A.htahnla. Tatl vl.lU Conaeaut, Weduesday and Thu .day each week. 1109 XT. T. WILL ACE, I). . S. Klnp.vllle.O.I. pre pared ta atten I to all operat'on In his profession, Its pukes a speciality of "Oral Burgery" and'savina; . the natural teeth. 1108 PHOTOGRAPHERS. arltstn. ay. BLtRKKLKK. Photocrapher an dealer in Plclure.. Koirravlni;.. Chromos. Ac. having a large aupply of MouldlnKsqf various de-rlptlon.. prepared to frame any thing In the picture line, " short notice and In the heat style. Second floor of Hall .tore. Snd door Soul h of Bank Matin street. IIW4 .'A HARNESS mTkER. XT. If. WILLIAMSON. Saddler and Harness ar.wr Anaxuttj, Pis Block. Msln street. A.htsbula. Ohio, has on hand, and makes to older. In the manner, everything In his line. P. O. VORD, Mannlacturer and Dealer In Saddle, Harnesa, Bridles. Collars. Trnnks, Wnips, Ac, oppo . site Flak Hutt-a. A.htahnla,, Ohio. - --.-- JEWELERS. BBO. VT. UICKIKaOI, Jeweler. Hepalring all kinds of Wailices, Ciocds and Jewelry, buire Ashtabula Uon.e UlqcH, Ahhala, 01ilo , JTAMEa K. BTBBBIN9. Dealer In Watches, nlnr.ka. Jewelry. Hilver au.i Vlawd Ware. Ac. pairing of all kinds done well, aud all order prompt ly attended to. Main Street. Ashtabula J. S. ABBOTT, Dealer la Clocks, Watches, Jewel ry, Ma. Kagvaymg, Meadlug and Hepairiiig done order. Shop on Main street. Couasaul, Ohio. MANUPACI'URERS. ITHKETEK, BIDDINGS Ac CO., Jobbers Bailders, also wauufaciurers of Door.. Ha.h. B'iud. Hirfl. Vlaurtna.-and Bnildasa)rMtrria4s. aenerally. Especial UentloU' ylvea toOlased W lodows. Bawiair. Moalinrws Ac. '. . ' j Q. JL STKItil'llit A. c niBDmos. ' ' " ix ''. J- A.KNAPP ; - -. , Q. C.' OULLSSY, Mauufactarer of Lath, Siding, MouUing. Cueeso Boxes, Ae. Planlmr. Matching, ad .Sosuwl SaaSntr doao' ea Ike., ahorusl ' Uhn.. AI.U. alrautL amuilU atlC.klDBA ParlCvAsll- thiiU.4lhto 4-,- rRRICII 4VWlBLB.K M BUfactcrraialera la all kinds of Leather la demand lu tkl market Pke.ulxFoMndery.AshmMlla. 118S ATTQBNEY8 AND AGENTS. HERMAN, HALL, Ac SHERMAN, aud OuuuaeUrs at Law, Ashulails, Ohio, Bractlosta theCourt of Aahubula, Lake and Labax 8. BaaaaAB, Tmbouomb Hall. , H Sbebmab. BO WARD H. PITCH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Notary Public, Ashtabula, Ohio. Special glvsa to the Settlement of Batatas, aud to and Collecting. Also to all matters under the llaokrup Lawi ' ariSJIIKB. Jusilce of the Peace and Agent tka Uartrenl, Saa, A Franklla Fire Insurance lea. Olttcs la the atora of Crosby A W elherwax, Mala BtttMiW OppwaU lh Fl.k Uouaa, Ashuhula. Ohio. : H KM BY rASSBTT. Agent Home luanran.ee pany. of New York (Capital, $,000,000), and of Oak Ufa Insurance Company, of Uartfurd, Ct. attend, to writing of Deeds. Wills, Ac. M, H. COOK, Attorney and Ooaasellorat Law Notary Psfclie, also Real KsUW Agent, Main ' Over Morrlaoa A Ticknor'a store. Ashtabula, O. CrlABi.B' BOOTH, Law, Ashtahat, Ohio. Attorney and Ooansallur . - - low HARD WARE, Jbc. CROISI 4fe WBTII KM W A X, dealer In Tla-Wsrs, Hollow-Warn, Hkalf Hard wars. war, umpi ann L,smp-rnmin,nas, rniviHW, p posit the Fisk Hoase, A.litabula. also, inu atoca . w . ramie, oils, varuisnea. Braahaa, Ac. CKOatiK O. fi U BSAR0, Dealer tn Iron, hmI and Nails, Stoves, Tin Plate, Sheet Copper and Zlno. and aunofaeturer -of Tin na aud Cuumt War. Flak's , Block. Aaktab-ila. Ohio. ' 1 ' DRUGGISTS. MAHTI NKWBKHKs', Druggist and Apothe. cajy. iinil general dealer in uriiitu, miwiicirm". " me ml Llqil-ra Tor medical pnrpfi.il. reory inn i uni 0odar Maine street, comer or Centra. A.htahnla. l s a a. n. nwirii nmiw"ii - In Drugs nil Medicines, orocerie.. i-eriu - Fancy Art Irlrs, superior Tm, twriw, rpire., r..- aWIPTi Ashtabille.Ohln, Dealer coring tin tract, Patent Stadlclnee varr ilescrtp tl .11. Paint. Dye. Varnl.hea, Brushes, Fancy Seps. ilr llenorntivHs, Hair oil, ' win flair b 'old at the lowest price. wun .uiiame care. Prescription. prepared l.rfn, ItlRonflK waitHI) Deeiorin Dry-Mood.. Groceries. Ilt. an., p'''": '"""'f' ., iv... ai. hn lra in and retail deale In Hard ware Kaddlefy. Nail". Iron, Steel. I)rnir. Medicine., Paint. OH. itystnffa, C. Muln .t. A-manuta. iiwo, FOUNDRIES IRVnolll, PKIIhY 4c 8111. Mill Carting.. Kettle.. Hlnka, Sleigh 8hoe..c, Phienlx ronntlrr. A'tiiamila. onto. r'n.. IMannfar- , Window fan. and HANKS. a mmftr 1 n.i a aiTlavil.. R4IHK. A.hta- bir Ohio H. Fa.-fTT. Pre-'t. .1. Bun. BiTTit. l a.hlr nih.,rlr,-rt f.i.llal. m.0"0 Ca.li Capital paid in Jirm.nno. II. F..btt. B. Co.t. (. K. BRt'ca. II 4. Nrrri rTon.B. Niu.. W. Ill MinrT. K o. W.hk.b Cuaulu 'L;, P. F, O on. Dir ector. 1904 .v i.ilrlnn.l I.OIN AKSOCI T10N CAPITAL fliio.ium cfllce Main htrect, next door oitt iorKI't HH 0'" , Bn nd Ml. Foreign and Ka.lcrn Kxchanjjt), Gold, ritlver.and all kind- of V. . SeCBrtll.-. Colleeiion. prompllv attended to and remitted for oil flay or pavmeni, ai cnrreni raira ui citu...u. Iiitere.t allowed or time drpn.lta. DI HKCTOIW, Geo IT llnhhnrd. .1. W lla.kell. II. L. Morri.on, . II. Farrlnetnti. HH F.9tLLIMA?(. Prttt. A. A. sofTHWICK. t7nee. CLOTillEUS. KUWAHDU.flEnCH Dealer In Clothing, Hat. Can. andUeni.' Fiirnihiiir(io.Ml.. A.hiahnla. O. 834 trilTK Ar I I. I.. Wholeaale and Ketal Dealer. In K.ady Made Clothing, Furnlahlng Good ra'. cn. jt, .. v.ntniMiia F.fllltlrrian. .1. B. Shupara, torenro Tyler, rien IH) MISCELLANEOUS. V!W. II tin PH REV, Dealer In Water Lime. . Stucco. Land Pls.ter. W hit Lime, Real E.tate. and Loan AKent , A.htabola Depot. . 180 EDGAR Hill., Fire and Life Iti.ttranee and Real K.tate Ajfent. Al.o, pigiary runncann vonveyam-er. om e over Sherman and Hall's Law Cilice, A.htabu la, Ohio. tl"l) URAND RIVER INSTITUTE, at Aaslliiharg. A.htahnla Co., Ulilo. J. l ucxerman, a. ai , j-nnci-pal. Sprlnn Term begins Tueeday March 6th. Send for Catalogue. lHStf J. K. W 1THOIIS, Painter. Glafler, and Paper " ' 1IIW J. SlJITI. BE.YTH, Aif. nt lor the Liverpool. Lon don . Globe Insnraiice Co. Ca.h a.wla over l.(MJ0. OO'i'l.ilil. In the U. S. (S.DOO.OUO. Stockholder, alto personally liable. Ills L. S. & M. S.-FRANKLIN DIVISION. From aud after January 6th. 1878, Pusm tiger Trains ,i will run a ioiiows ; OOINQ WBT. m No. 7.1NO. "i. Diet. I s-ATioN.. OOINO BAST. TN-jTilNors of in r a a a pa S 8fi 7 00 . 0 0 Oil Oty Eat t 60 8 11 S 4n 7 10 0 0s Junction S 45 8 46 5 5 7 10 1 1 Oil City West s 40 S ft 8 0S 7 SO 4 7 e Kuno .' 8 85 H 1H 7 s 7 9 Hun !M 8 26 8 ltr 7 H4 S3 Franklin VI 8 17 8 46 7 f.S 16 8 Snmmll 01 8 11 3 6'4 ' 7 68 18 I a Polk 1 64 JM ' 4 04 8 HO W 8 s Kaymllton 1 48 7 45 4 J 8 Si IKS Naples 1 SO 7 86 4 27 8 81 Mm Htoneboro UI 7 13 x4 31 xS 8H 81 8 Branch xl 1H x7 16 4 44 M47 85 6 Clark l 07 7 10 4 5 8 Ml 88 8 tiadloy IS 7 10 5 10 H II 44 8 Salem l 45 6 6 16 S 10 40 1 A G W Crossing. . .. 12 88 6 88 1 S 80 S 81 61 1 x J.imc.tow Noon. 6 8.1 (! 88 64 S Turncrvllle il 61 6 HO B 47 67 SlSimon's Corners 1141 10 Oi m 8; Andover II S4 !() 18 K 8 Barber's Leon.. 11 li !() S 70 4 Dorset 11 00 10 40 7ll 4 z Jefferson 10-10 10 68 8 4 Plymouth '10 13 11 10 87 S Ashlabula 10 00 S SO 141 7 Cleveland 7 45 r a .Trains stop only on Signal. xTralns do not Stop. aTelegraph Stations. Cleveland Time. The Jefferson Accommodation leaves Jefferson at 8:00 a in and arrive, at ,;45 p in. The Way Freight Iralne stop st JefferMin In Kolng trains carry pa.peniwrs. West, at 11:80 P. M.. and golug Kastai 7;60 A, M. These Pasaeairer tare st tli rata of eenls per mile : to way stations, counted In even half dimes. ERIE RAILWAY. Abstract of Time Table Adopted Jan. 20, 1872. la at the IiULLMAN'S best Drawing-room and Hleeolnir C aches, conihiiilng all modern Im provements, are run through oil all train, from Buffalo, suspension Bridge. Niagara Fall., Cleveland aud Cin i. .Mil to New York, miikinir direct connection with all lines of foreign and coastwise steamer., and also with Hound Steamers and railway Hue f-r Boston aud other Nuw bnglanuvlttue. st at ions. Dunkirk..., Salamanca. .L've, best tltu6 Wis Clirton Husp. Bridge.. Niagara Falls.. B.irtalo Attica Portage llornelieville. Addison No. t. Day Express! t 50 A M 6 10 ' 7 00 ' 7 05 ' 7 10 1 T451 8 66 ' 9 51 10 60 ' 11 45 ' No. IS. Llghtn'g Ikxpress IxSoTjT. 8 01) ' 'f80 " 1411 " 1 46 " Hocliestcr.. Avon,..-..,, Bath ... . of iu lie- lift lo 838 and Scroll Corning.,.. .. Elinira. ...... Waverly Plilladulpliia .Arr. Owevo binghaintuu , Great Bend... Husqiieiiaira. Deposit.,,,,, HanciKk I.ackaw'xen. . Hoiieedale... Port Jervi... Middleiown.. .Go. hull. ....... Turners ...... Nshing. Patterson Newark . . Jersey City., New Vork 3 48 " I " 4 48 , e oa ' 7 00 " i ' 4 00 " I 4 88 " i " 086 " 8 IMI ' 8 88 ' 11 01 ' 14 08 pa 71 U 88 ' I 7 68 1 18 10 SO 1 48""" 80 S 01 8 16 4 Oft 4 8 818 1 17 iu 840 90 10 04 . " io'so"" 1 84 lis 03 a.a 50 868 8 IS VV 9 43 ' 9 66 ' t 60 " 7l" " S 8" 7 00 " "Ylwr.B, No. 8. Clncln. Kxpress. 1)66 tflOo 101 11 ST 816 4 15 4 87 ' 6 0S ' 5 6 1 6oVi s8A.a 7 18 7 46 8 00 " 8 60 9) - 11 10 tl7PS I155A a lx4P.M 9 85 ' SUA " Till " s iok.u Boston. 1188 Arrangement, of DrawlapRotiai snd SloapINg 4'oaehea. W op poalls Alton Beys will No. I. Sleeping Coaches from Cleveland to Ilornells villa, and Drawing-Koom Coaches from Suspen sion Bridge, Nlagora Falls and Buffalo to New York. No. 11. -Weeping Coaches from Cincinnati, Sit. pen. ion Rrtdg. Niagara Kails BsRalo and lliwnellsvllle ew Vork: also from llomel sville lo Albany No. 8. Sleeping Coaehes from Clevelsnd. Suspension books, Niagara KaHa and-HuffalotoHnsquelianna anrTbr'awIng Room Coaches from Susquubeuna Aek for lickets Via Erie Rsilwsy. For Rale stall principle Ticket Offices. Ueauga. : - ' Inn. N. Abbott, 7?n. Pu. Agent, 1Q4 at tention Con vayaactng arlslug 1048 Medium Priced for Coatpa on 1'" Onm Charter Alao, 1048 and atreet, 40 Stove, Glass Ml a . - - - , 1 V CaMlmeres. and Fine Casslmerea, The Best American, . Knglish, French, ami uerman Makes. or the Fall and Winter trade arc on oar Counters await BglaspecUuB, Believing the , Best Clothes . to be tha CHEAPEST, w hv pnrrhded and sr. well prepared to tnska car. ments. inim tne rouow ag nrann. or nroanciotn. Doevklua. Illlger Bnithers' Wagner'a Bockheckor, aud Schnables : also Devonshire Kerseys and Kdredons In all the desirable .hades, as well as German Ptagoual ana rvaigru Atuaen worsieus, uunmivi , . TRIMMINGS I vary superior to correspond U ths good saums-stsd abov. .. . . 1148 ,t lilt. .J ' -EV HALL : . . , , is csiao , , NITEOUS OXIDE, Vlt'..tt i 4Q14BVBI Hardware, Iron. Sheet -! ."'r;;-:r ".'.sT. pose yt discovered. If you hay a troublesome tooth tntV" Mt"f"na'"J 7. f For the Telegraph. AN ODE TO MEMORY. BY R. W. STODDARD. Memory In pfiinlvn ulnnw, Hiirkwaril In rcvtil.lon cnat, By alli cilmm pnwer enliancea Trt'aniire Inim llm ilrenmy Pa.t Tlio' our lii-nrtk with oil tiivmltd Uy it ilrk rorlxxllift; III, Clu rlslied Impea llio' crualied anj fudid, YlulU loving trn(runce nil, Mf niory I Oh, hv en auperniil I 111 tllC CllBllllNTf of tliu luluJ, Aa k (iHV-lHink Biilldiur.inl, Tihccs of i In." past we find Triitfg of l lie tri'm-uri'tl pr.i t, birmtn hIoiij; Hie wnale of yeiiri. And a tinilu unl.liUl. n rix. , Tlio' lire rye im illiiiint J wltb tears. Memory In living nunilwrera, Coiinla tl. purled plt'iiaiire o'er, W'likena lio in Hi. Ir ilri Hiny uluinbtrs All tliu vhII in I ik'vil. of yorv. By ilieir t.iri-e of rev. Intinn, In n mi nMir.' wu olunln, Tliua in iinluiv' diapeiisullnn, ltrapitu fur ecU grief and pnln. Memory reveal fureverer. E iibf. nia tlmt to right belone, B.il our cliHsici), tl aoula Id never Yield In tin eiiilf.liiK witjmx ( Bill u move In l'(al meiiaiir. I, Free Iroiu all llml can defile, Toil ciui nit disperse our pleuwures, If approving conscience smile. Solily In a oiinlii unhn.ken, Tli.mlii'a revolviiu cycle lurn, From tliu past a living token Of lue present lilnie we learn j Willi experii uce as u lulor, BlanOiurt on a rtiKged shore, We await the oomiiig luiuru And what lli.il lulure has in store. THE AGRICULTURAL GUERRILLA. A STORY WORTH BEADING. 8t,l,l )U trtl ill, liUI 8:IW by llie look of the My neighbor, Sain Simpsmi, has sold oul, aud i goini? West. There Ima btfti a plain, honest, industrious, economical German Hans LeibeiiHtein haiiRin aroipl SimpHoii for soiiih time, tryioir to buy his farm. At lant llans got it. S nip son l liinks In' sold it at a bargain. Doubtless Hans thinks ho got it ni a bar giiitu I bad an errand down to Simpson the other night. 1 had heard that he had luces of the family, that Home unusual, excitement was animating them. "Well, Crumble, you are going to loose me lor a neighbor," was Simpaon'a tirel words after he had got Healed in the Hplinl-boltomed chair his diuighler hand ed me ; and the whole Simpson lanuiy looked at me as if they expected I would jump out ot mat cnair, on account ot rceriue under me. But I didn't. I simply asKea "now a m il r "ive uii.i ...i,. 'ri.o. iko BUIU, UU1U T. iiiw . . .lev " nn . " whole story. I didn't need any further explanations, liut Simpson proceeded to say : " ou see the old farm is completely ends run out. 1 can t make the two meet the best ot years. I've got tired of tumbling unund among the Btone, and 1 in gt.ing where there a some virgin sod that will produce something. So htiui.-k up a trade with Hans. He has been after u oil and on lor a year or mora 1 wanted (40 per acre tor the old place. He offered $25 Finally he offered tne (30 ; and, aller considering the subject, I told him I would take it if he would pay me the cash down. Hadn't any idea he would do it ; but he said, if would throw in my stock and tarm unple- menis, he thought he could raise the I finally told him I would ; and what do you think, sir T He hauled out ot his greasy old pan is pocket a $10.00 bill, aud handed it to me lo bind the bar- ; mid Raid, as soon as the papers receipted, he'd pay me the balance which be has done to-day. I feel kind ot sorry to part with the place, out, uie thing t done, and there's an end on 1 What d'ye think ?" All this time my Crmtible nature had been rising within me like an inspiration. Here was this man bimpson, who had in herited this farm one oi the finest the neighborhood who had skinned without-scruple until it would . scarcely raise white bea a, under his . system s treatment. And he' had got to leave, mon gage the tarm ot his ancestors live ou I i , Then there was Hans, who come into to to th value ot mine shall be richer for your 20 per cent. going and I poorer for VOUr Staying-! am glad aregonnj ;l You should have seen Simpson s his family's faces. I hey grew cloudy rd,0n' t1.1!: to riust w..i lon'i. : ITh has trot heaioa and i.idnatrv n ... Vou haVfli'L irot HLher. Under management, the farm is a depreciate. Your larm la lvin.r next tn mine deoreo- jaies the walueof my land ten per cent, .i I - tl . : tl U Hit II I M mill llfaVlllAIl II V IllEIlM Will Mi the neighborhood with his frow years before, with only his ami his wife's strong and willing hands, economy iudusiry. They had rented a worn farm, which they had finally' purchased and paid tor, and saved (3,000, with which lo pay for Simpson's 100 acres. to, in answer lo "What d'jje think I was ready to respond, aud I UM ' this wise : , "What d I think ? I'm glad you going, neighbor Simpson ! I'm gl id Hans has got the farm, lie deserves It ( -Yt Cium or interesvin it f I (tare whether VOUf land IID caltivation or uol J yod otir'e pretty rough on an old, Neighbor unihli.. v-now that he's-ffoinir. thougltt you and I had always been mends. ' 1 ve tried to oe a kooh . aiiu neighbor. You've . ) good o we, and I'm sorry to leave you but, If youVe glad rm going, Iok Very sorry, either." ' "Simpson, let as understand each er. As avm-ighbor, so far a a neighbor ly Intercourse is oouoorned, I've uo to find, and Aiit very sorry you are lug. Iu talking about you as a farmer, you, ars and always have been a pne. xmo man wan such a farm a ought to want . to sell st least, oughr to be no necessity for selling. But you are no farmer. Yoa haven't sot a tinale' (rood aualitv esaential making a good farmer; ' In the first vou detest the business vita Ann't A."?....' yOU. proves wain vo get off it you can without taking the tronble to pay any thing back J you skin it year alter year, and cry out against the sea son; you denounce every man you deal with as a simrp'-r or swindler because you do not get the prices for your pro ducts that other people do; and yet you do not seem to know that the reason is your -products are poor in ounliiy, and put on the market, in miserable shape ; your stock ha been miming down ever since your father died J you haven't built alence and scarcely repaired an old one your manure has not been hauled oul aud judiciously used on the firm: your pigs have boihcred your neighbors itiati llititr li.ivti r.uiiufi iu,l ...., your cattle have become breachy, aud I have had to shut them up in my stable in order to keep them out of mv train t Votl have distributed from your fence corners mole weed-seed than any farmer I know of, an i thus give your illy neighbors more irouoie mail your favors to them would compensate. In short, it U time tor yotl to move. You ought in have a virgin tarm I It will lake you hut a few years to strip it of its tei'lilit y t then you'll liuve to move again, and keep moving. lou belong to a very large class ot farmers who are a curse to anv country. Thetact is, you are not, never was, mid never will be a farmer i.i the right sense of thtl word. Yon are only a guerrilla. You live by robbery rub ery ol l he soil. And it is not right, neighbor Simpson ! You had belter seek soma other vocation now that you've got the cash to start with. You like horses ; you know horses : you can talk horse Iruui daylight till dark ; vou lia, belter, go into .some smart town, and start a livery stahle. lou'll make tnoii ey by it ; you'll never make money farm' ins ; you'll grow poorer aud poorer the longer you attempt, H." Just then Sally Simpson clapped he hands, and said : That s so, lather ! haven't 1 told you so ? Mother aud have often talked it over ! Mr. Crumbed you are just as right as nyj-t cau be and father knows it, loo, if he would on ly say so. I know you too well (aud youv e done loo in ir.y kindness for us ever, to forget them) to believe that you have talked to father in the wav vou have out of any unkind feeling. Ii is true, every word ol it. father, and you ought to lhank neighbor Crumble for talking just as he thinks ; I do, and don't think any ilia less of hint either!' Then Sally burst into tears, aud Mrs, Simpson drew a long breath, and sighed in a way that endorsed all Sally had said aud Simpson got up and came over to ine aud said : "Crumble, I do buhev you re right, lomy wisn you had talke I - , , " n nal .eu years sooner. 1 It shan't make a bit ot difference in ou good feeling towards each other, old fellow ; and I'll never forget how yo o-iee saved my bov, of "There, there! Simpson t enough that It's all right. Il I can do anything for you b 'fore you g., let ma know," aud he shook my hand with a strong grip as I passed out of thu back door. I Rumors. Madam Humor is a very unre liable cream re, yet she has more believ ers than the Christian religion. Her faintest whispers are to tens of thousands the trumpet blasts of truth. It is strange but as true as it is si rang , that the m re extravagant aud unreasonable her re ports the greater is the confidence placed m her work. A here are tens ot thou money. sands who believe every bad report, aud shake their heads with grave suspicion ,vr every good one. They are quick lo place rascality and hypocrisy to the cred gain it ot their neighbors, but are slow lo can were eel them when faots disprove them. We see this illustrated daily. The tongue I ,, mi gossip s. arts a base slander about 1 some public character. It is cau in il of or to public character. It is caught up, and retailed as truth. . Not a particl evidence goes with H, yet it is believed, and when evidence to dl-prove it follows people handle it cautiously, and look over it for some flaw or contradiction, hoping to find some plausible ground on which lo reject it, and thus confirm their worst suspicious. True, this public character may have stood before the pub lic gaze a score of years without a blem ish or a fault t but a simile breath slander, destroys iu au hour the confi- 1 the yoU and uvhn wear it. It aimitl.l ..nt.ii I,, ihoni t.h fiilleatmeasuro of i.uhlio coiift.lence. .. r ...... . mill! rumor assumes the form ol tact We siiould not call upon them prove a negative, but demand feutn . ... -,..i ami 'noalllvu . i.i-.u.l ,-lliftl. - - j . i t l.. A li..u i t i-flf"...,!. j , .. - Vour inloiv iU..iinuv.r u Ut ier ijnoie all rumors that atfc ct personal .hi-.i..tr than to liu a nartv ta a wroutr. J I If a rumor Is true you can aff .rd to wait .i.il. ta . . r tt 1(1 I lilf 1 1 nisi Ifl rill Hi li in II If. 1st IIa.1 laU should never be strengthened by Voice or innueiice five denoe which years ol honorable toil have inspired. aud ' This is wrong f i "A good reptttatinii out should be a shield to the man or woman ?" in are you the ' accuser and 'positive-proof . what is charged is true.: ,,JNor anoui.i spoutahlejourosls circulate this uiisera me uossip unit. ia ooricoi envy- -r -riiai- Who ta San. There la B nator in Wash lugtim who has been utterly ruined, polillcully and worse by bis wile. We shall not mention bis uhiiih, She admitted that Ids lillcal rulu was due to her. , BUu must In society, lie Could not afford it lioneslly, but she must have a Lvuise eoilii f -iJ.uuu ao. Men asked how ho could do all this hi limited Inconi.-, snd '.he answer desirnyed hi iu. There began to be whispers thai this show, superinduced by the insane socie ty ambitions of hi Wife meant corruption, the suspiciou whs lailhliill .That poli d.-atli baa buen fo owed by hi coiajiiele al ruin in the late InvestialioiM. Tula is (uggesllve it is only one case In hundred I good ac comodating been ; not oil J those swallowed up by the remorseiesa vortex wbicb society in Washington has made for fault g poor ol' library men, and states thai, ho is acquaint- yours there to place I plioru ta oatmeal," Mr. Maasey says, talr. DDOSPDOrn I Dram. luera w ia weak and giddy. ; ! - . ; Dibt o LiTKRAiiv Mkn -tTIis lioudon respondent of a Bilmiugliam' paper allude a new book, contalntiiK reniaras aooui iiieaiei in liw rary men, anu aiavcs , w -Hu...e ed wltb a well known writer iwbo cleaves nai.uieal porridge when lie I ra working la this respect he Imitate Gerald Maasey, "IT," .??!.1V'1 "I'"?.?. u...ur.u..u, ...u ..-"-j -w.. .-T dehledoes UtereUi. "l iiera i aiai oi , i- a..i. r. I amount oi puiapuwui iu i. wuaouuj GOO i It .,... ...i.. i.i . riali-.linner at 1,-a.t under . WM)k ,n(t uka . Diate of good thick, au well bolltd Bcoton oatioetl every morning. Horses in Battle. Army horses, generally speak!Pif, wer knowing set, although many of them were perverse aud vicious, ami in their general eond net were specimens of ani mated ngliness on four legs. I he boys had a theory that all the kicking, biting balky hotses were sent out to the army. Hut fl majority ot these soon yielded to iHcipliue aud the trooper and his horse soon frote) to each other. The horse fol lowed his master, came at his call, obey, ed signs a well as words, aud at times warned Ins rider of dauu-er. Horses learned the bugle calls readily a well a their pi toes, and to start the horse it was only necessary to sound i.-ed or wa ter call. Inaction many hordes would about face turn right or led, halt, move forward, etc., 'etc., at the nigle call wit li mit word or sign from the riders. Com ing off Chancellorsville balllt-fleld, lie captain of I. all ery dismounted to look after a di. allied lmiii, the remainder ol lie uaiierv panliig on. ins horse oroKe loose, joined the column, took his place at the head, and would allow no tine to approach liiui, until iwoor three miles had been ttavi led. J he concussion id the artillery d scliargea aff.-cted the hear- iig ol homes, as it lil tlrtl ot men. Often the ears would lop down, instead of standing erect, u.akihg so much change in I lie appearance of a horse, that Ins rider would huidly recogmee liini. Tired men moved union belter under the influence ot muic, and the horses work ed belter under the Initio. Un one oc casion llie gnu ot Captain Paddy II.'s battery were stuck lit the mud ot the bad r ad. JMerything had been done to make the horses pull through, but they could not do it. Al last Captain Paddy turned lu desperation and shouted, "Ser geant, sergeant have the bu;le sound the forward call, they II fetch em lueu. Aud so they did. Millionaires of New YorkPoor Once- Very, Very Rich Now. From a New York letter. Of New York millionaires hardly any one I can think of, t-Xctpl William 15. Astor, inherited any part of his property and Astor is ouu of the very few men of vast inheritance who have iucieased in stead of diminishing it. What a Ions list of self-created sons of Croesus Lave we here t There is Cornelius Vanderbilt, who be gan lile wild an old pirogue, running between Sta'en Island aud this city, aud carrying garden stuff to market. With two or three thousand dollars raised from that source, he entered until he has amassed the enormous sum of $50,000, 000. Alexander T. Stewart first bought a few laces at auction, and opened a little shop in Broadway, near the 'site of his wholesale establishment. Daniel Drew, in his early career, was a cattle driver, at thu munificent rate of 73 cents a day, and he has now driven himself mlo an estate valued at from (25,000,000, 10 $30,000,000. Robert L. Alexander Stuart, the noted sugar refiners, in their boyhood sold mo lasses candy, which their widowed moth er bad made, al a cent a' stick, aud to day are worth probably from (5,000,000, to (0,000,000 apiece. Mat-snail U. Roberts is the possessor of (1.000,000 or (5.000.000 ; aud yet, un til he was twenty hve, he did Dot have (100 he could call his own. Horace B. Claffliu, the einminent dry goods merchant, worth, it is cstimat-d from (12,000,000 or (15,000,000, com menced the world with uo hiug but en- ergy, deteriuinatioii aud hope, aud see how maguinceuiiy he has iiivesteu them Newspapers as a Means of Culture. of of In an article on ''The Abuse of Read- mar. in the April n umbel ot UUl ami Jtw, J. Jr. Ijiiiucy snys it true word and a irood word for newspapers as a means ofculiure. Doubt any one's good sense who r-peukes scoinfuliy of newspapers. J here is much in them that is inning aud perhaps, demoralising : but In the best ot them, how much that is wise and noble. 1 have a tew choice volumes in v shelves, among them an Olivet Cice ro aud a folio Shskespearet but I would save my newspaper scrap books before either of them. I have no volumes that containes so much sound thought, good Jiuglish, good sense, and important knowledge. It' you ask for wit, I will i ajm-e to match every Jest and sarcasm tne "School tor Scandal" with sometlillig i... i.... i, ..;..... ..,..,1 .... "j "-'"l' """" H1"1" to way ot epigram, and Hashed upon some mischiel which il ls Important should rr...... ...... 1..11 . ... ..... t.t i. ., 1 necil. licit sm lull nin'in mi.wiu.. . .. i. : ........ .... ii..,,.... .. ......... .... on llistui V ii V liciue, ii.-bi y i.y ' science by Aua.sis and Tyndall. H are .Mill s spevclies In IHriiumeiit,iils a., trade letters to Kt-w lork admirers, - ,, . 0 ....... , v.... Mr. ureeiev a reuij iu incio. uu h'id copious extracts giving the heart the best modern books and intelligent summaries ot the systems they advocate. I Ati4 at pa Ainuaiikiial auPitu iii in 1 4 U' I k II I aVfci t ovwuuiuuut wv uiuna sasvw leading American aivinea nave put meir re- here po sblne or ou all and ileal only of most earnest thought. Here are viiror- ous expressions ot the best political lelligence clipped trom the leaders otthe best newsuapers. Ami. quite ss import ant. here are little, crisp cl'itioisais blundering: uoii'ical work from indig nant citizens wJiose daily duty br. u 'hi lhem fooj to face with the absurd- i liut. ot legialalion. Take the best news paper by All means as many of a you vau anora ano ineu iaae. nine tenths ot their reading matter Some of it is good for "and public readiug room. granted, aome of it is eood for somebody t only a small part is not wanted by l v a I liut luw preuious are these tiagtueuls, the ,.hogen wisely I If you are interested tha invalidation of anv political Cor- i,.ntaii(l uiprv American citizen should to . . , B,uJ y of sort you - lltfWlllJlllMsr att i - e ; - . to tration ot some aspect of IU Uelueinbcr trim, that it is better to subscribe to a who firstHilaas newspapers that you may I'.? t borne with ibe scissors iu j our nv.ftlMnal t ieai uuos- - 6 -'. : ' " targe i.. (kniu. coarse. Josh Billing say I I htv Anally cum Ibe konklushua, If a man bant be bora rinoeybe bad better lasue proposal, tew Jy um umwhr lo Nunglaod. ' Letter from R. M. J. A. Garfield. WASHINGTON, D. C. March 22d. To th;Zdtior of ti.s Time and ( Ironic!! Dkar Sir; In recent editorial ynn deny the correctness of I he statement in he Cleveland Indnr Hint I Opposed the ncresne of sslarie up to ihe time of it adoption by the Senate, and only ceased hen lor leur or losing tin Appropri i ion Dill, and you concluded the article it declaring ! We stand ready lo prove from the reord that the safat v steal would have failed in the House, save for us (Mr. tMrfleld s) actual assistance." 1 will not assume that yon desire to do me injiisiice, but your statement is wholly incorrect, and cannot be "proved from the record." On (he contrary, the record show I voted against the. But ler amendment at every stage of its progress through the House, aud that also opposed il iu the Conference Com mittee. The flht against the amendment was waged and lost before the bill Went to the conference. The test vote was not on the i-oufi-reiK-e report, but on the several mo: tons previously made on the amend ment itself, in the House and Senate. In the House, thirteen vote were taken with direct reference to the amendment, and on six ot these llie aye aud noes were recorded. These vo'ea show that, in one form or nuolher,13l il lift-relit mem bers voted in the in'erest ot the amend ment, and that only fifty (50) voted Zaiust il every lime. I was one of the fifty (50.) On the 10th of Febrnrarr, eightyne (81) members voted to incorporate into the Miscellaneous Appropriation Bill the Butler bill, which then fixed the salary ol CougresS'iieil at (9,000, and the in crease lo apply to the Forty-second Con gress. Before the nieaaiire went to the Senate, filly (50) other members had some other form "r another recorded their voles in favor of the increase. Oulhe24ih ot February, the salary! clause was adopted iu committee of tiie whole by l went v-l wo (22) majority, a rising vole, aud by fifieeii majoiiiy the vole by tellers. On the 28 ot February, it was defeat ed iu the House on an yea and uo vote, and a motion was entered to teconsider. Un the following day, March 1st, motion was made to lay on the table motion to, reconsider. The adoption this motion would have rendered passage ot the salary clause impossible, aud every member knew. i But, on vote by ay-?s and noes, ihere were thirty nine (30) majority against the motion. The motion to reconsider wa I lien adopt ed by lweniy-tive(25) majority. 1 motion was made for the avowed purpose ot securing the adoption of the salary amendment ; and it was thereupon adopted ou an aye and no vote. I twice spoke against the amendment, and voted against it at every alage until it wer.t the Sena-e. In the Senate, the amendment was by still more decided majorities. A motion to strike out alt the salary amendment except that relating lo President was rejected 20 syes,38 A motion to strike oul the increased of members of Congress was reject-' ed 24 ayes, 30 noes. Au amendment, providing that an increase of Congres sional salaries should not take effect the end of the next Congress was reject ed without a divUton. Several Senators insisted thU (6,500 without milage no real increase, and demanded that amount- should lie increased by the ference Committee, lo prevent this. I ou in i... he tree and ....II win of if la s.aws- ere in of has them lor . ... i motion was male to concur ami. whold amendment as it came from ll.iute. The motiiiti was defeated n tys 55. Thus sustained, the bill sent to a conference committee. I do not sliiik any just measuie of sponsibility lor the vole I cave in of the conference report. I had doae I could both in the House and the. ferene.H to keep the salary amendment Iroin being made a part id the bill. Falling iu that, I helped lo put the in tl'.e best shape I could, aud then d for It as a whole. When the confelence report was livered to ihe House, I . explained provisions, and, upon ihe subject of gressional salaries, I node the following statement, as n-corded in the proceedings of the House, March 31 t The Senate conferees were mous in favor of fixing the salary (7,000, anil culling of all allowances actual individual traveling expens es of a member from his home lo nirloii. and bark again, once a and culling off of all other allowances every kind. I hat proposition ssjreed lo by a majority of the confen on I he part of the House. I was ed lo the increase in conference, have beeu opposed to it in the discussion aud in my voles here but my associate conferees were in favor of the. amendment, nnd I was' compelled choose bel ween signing the report running the risk of bringing on an session of Congress. I have signed report, and I present it as it is, aud the House to act on it iu accordance with tlieir best jndgmel." I will only add that the final vote the conference report came fur short exhibiiiucr t lie real strength of the movement in the House, and it was apparent thai the friends ot ure had a reserve force, which baa used on former votes, but did not ou this final vote. V truly yours. J. A. GARFIELD. you. s .. it iu sub- will .ilus- lew read baud, in a tew but Jt Floriculture. All lovers of flowers must remember that one blossom allow ed to mature or "go to seed" injures the plant more than a doseu new ou ia. vu' your flower then, all of them before ihey begiu to fade. Adoru your rooms with them j pat them on your tables send boquets to your friends who have no flower or exchange fayois with those who have. Yon will surely find that the more you out off the more you will have. All . roses aaer they have peased to bloom should be cut back, that the strength ot the root may go forming neW rooia for" the next year. On bushes poi a seed should be allowed mature, Siribmm'UfimJIfit'. " ' - Father Ballad. I iu on on a the of Twa the comer pump they met, an4 its a nnraet nor Frill Brung and fair Katrlas; they had never met IwfolVl And llironrli ihs ml of dark and Wrt tks heard his tini ral lone : , "Vol for my llnlu booiev, you eoioc out U stonu f ' Then np spnks fair Kairln, exactly a sbs oaglil'er "I bring my bucket on my arm in bump srinM leell vaier. You was to kind In ask. I know; but what for yon p ea her.- f" And Fritz blew out his whiff of smoke and aij "mine lager pear." Then from bis lips Frits took bis pipe sod sni. npHV aolemly t "Mine lertle Iren', von 'l--vs der bornp, sod dnke rwl m rait ni, '. And f dr Kairina southed s sili, a softly lb negan t "I dink I Ke n1ouj( mit rod, and drinks blm all I nu.n , J So off went th? two loving heart to the bar of Jona Brown, Aud Meiuheer Fri't ponrvd out bis soul as be floured his lager down,, , , r Katrinii's sweet responses a blest assu rance bore. Just a Carl Htohle's stalwart form Stepped softly through the dour. . - - -Minf 'J..I In rtei'iuneir Stobel said j vat Is It I tlont T, Mine trait, Kalrint. drinking pes-r lo di low Cmupanee ! And then he drew the bucket full, though notb- ins more lie said: But turned the veasel upside dow n, upon K trinV beatl. Tiiere was a row at Brown's tbnt nlgbt ; ths police coining round Hushed Imtdly in, and on the floor iu deadly conflict found Frill lining and M.-iuheer 8tdavl, both beaten hill" ami blear, ... -- - ad fair Katrim ovuicoms with too much iff.t Uer. Next morning t the Ci'y Court Frit Bruug and Siolx.1 came. Drought in y two stiait officer lu the coin- wealth's lair name ; Aud bis Honor summed the matter up in sep. erate case clear ; "Drunk and disorderly," "Jealousy and too luucii lager beer." ' Meinheir Fritz Brum: lie was fined a Y, nd ave the r'-ason, bow Fritz had no right to drink twi beer witb Meiuheer Hloliel's trau ; . . And a word lie said to globe), too, that'll last bini for a year "One miisn'i be '. watthful if bis frau drink laer beer." Father Ballad. Interesting to Milk Drinkers. his to sus tained (he noes. sal iry until was the Con . i. . tne the aves was It is stated ot Prof. Law, of Cornell University, that, having one day daring the hot weather observed a jieculiar ropy appearance iu the cream, Which had risen upon the milk which was supplied hiin by a milkman, be was' led lo examine it under a microscope. These observa tions resulted iu the discovery of numer ous living organisms of a character quite foreign to good milk. A careful survey of the dairy wht nee the milk was , ob tained disclosed nothing wrong, the dairy-house being well kept and the cows apparently in good condition., liut on I. Hiking ihrotight the pastures it was found that l lie only water to which thu cows had ace-ess was that contained in a stagnant pool. Subuiitiug some of this water lo a similar microscope examina tion, he discovered the same class of organisms af those found in ti e cream. The presence of like organisms was also detecli-d iu blood lakt-u Irom the cows. In order to arrive at more definite . re sult , he next obtained specimens of good milk, free from organic impurities, and into this he put a drop of water from tha stagnant pool. In a short space of lima the milk developed au indefinite number of these living organisms, and becatno similar iu character lo that obtained from, the milkman. re favor all con bill vol- de its Con unani at ex cept Wasli- session, of was es oppos as i Seuate to and extra the ask on of salary per fectly meas oeen appear As Incident. A young man went io to the office of one of Ihe largest dry good importing hoifses in New York, and asked for a situation. He was - told lo comeagain. Going down Broadway the same af ternoon, opposite the Astor House an old apple woman trying lo cross the street was struck by a stage, knocked down, and her basket of apples sent scattering in the gutter, t. : , , This young man stepped out from -the passing crowd, helped up the old lady, put. her apples into her btaket, and went ou his way, forgetting the incident. When be called again upon the Im porters be was asked to name his price, which was accepted immediately, aud he went to work. Nearly a year afterward he was called aside one day and asked if he remember ed assisting an old apple 'woman iu Broadway to pick up a basket of apples, and, much to his surprise, , he learned why be obtained a situation when more than one hundred others Were dusiriujj 1 the same place. i . ' Young in ah you little know who sees your acts of kindness. The eyes of oth-. era see aud admire what they will uo tate the troubl-j to do themselves. -, ' The Manchester (Tenn.) Democrat report a' singular occurrence in the west-, ern part of Coffee uoun iv. Au aged aud , very estimable citizen by the .' name of, Cothrau, being impressed with the idea, that his eud was approaching, under took to ''set his house iu order" by ma king aettlemeuis of all his affairs,' saying to those with whom be was transacting , business, that be ' was preparing ' for" death. On his 80ih birthday he called together ail his children, grandchildren to to '- and other relatives, lo partake of a diu- ' ner aud. indulge tn a datiee, the last, as he said thwl he expected lo go to see. When the dancing commenced, after thai dinner, was over, the old man teaued r back in his chair and contemplated ths , scene with t vidcut pleasure. - finally , the musician struck au sir of great pop-1 ularity in by-gonerdaya, for which the old gentleman bad S great partiality,- The spirit ol the music pelted bim, nd , under the impetus of the memories tho ( 0 d piece of mtisio awakened , hs declar- ed that hs piust danbe to ths old tune j for the la time.'' Ouly too true was his .. Btteraiice, for sciroely 'bad he erecbv.1 bis boare.1 forul before lis' quietly fall , back in hie chair: and closed ! syf In ' dcaih." ... sdkaasaa.a js .s'-1