JAMES REED & SON Publishers.
Indoj)cndcnt in. all things.
S3 in uVdvancn
h i II II ""II iW U I)
VOLUME XXIV-NO. 22.
ASHTABULA, OHIO, SATURDAY, ; MAY 31, 1873.
WHOLE NUMBER 1221.
rKTi o.f insciiiiri
Two l)llr .or auusim-pald strtr'ly I" advanca.
Olarjyinm -.ill b .upiillas with, lhs payor fu fl
" t .Iva Unas orlcs f Sonuarcll ik 4nw.
Q lo I imro wi. "M Tr"'V"",,ni"-
On.l ittsr. 4 mo... S 10. T-.M.s1 year, 00
Aia i 'iare n.....l Oikl iriwr.'pMUMs t year 15 00
On. i,mlf,.. H1 lfarfcnhimu 1 yaar. J m
B uluessOards nnivo lllnp per year, I
O'lltuary VoAfce.. not of ei-m-wtl interest haU rates.
Local Xoatooa Ten Cunt, a line Tor cadi Insertion.
t avory deaortyrton allouVd I" on call, and don. la t
most tasi-M manner. ' -
-Vi K a, rtnt.ll,K. Dealer, tn itinoy and
stleDrv OoodaFamUv Ornoi-rlcs. and Crockery.
Son'M C&Son Block, AsM.halhio. ll.M.
ltTijlCiOrr. Dealer InDcy Goods. Clroci-rles.
"kery.nd Olas.-Ware no,, door W.HKf Pl.k
House, Malu.atriiet, Asmla Oldo. . 1
i71f71FTI.KNKIl A SO. IVaTom to rn.
cert-.. Provisions. Hour. Kecd, x--iNrclirn and Domes
tlc Fruits, 8-ilr. Flsa. Piaster, Water-time, Scuds,
4c, M.iln street. Ashtabula. Ohio.
W. RKDHKAD, Dealer In Flour. Po-k. Hams,
Lrd, mid all kinds of Flail. Alan, nil kind, of Kami,
ly Uroccrius, Frulia aud Confectionery, Ale and no.
laestic WineH. .
'r'prilfabnTMIkX D.'ilers til every
description of H.mtn. Shoos. Hits and Caps. Also,
un hand a stock of choice Family Oriwuries. Main
street, corner of Centra. Ashtabula. Ohio.
. XV. IIASKKLL, I'orm-r trhrand Main ala.,
Aliialnila. Ohio. Dualeri In Dry-Hoods, Urowrli-;,
Crovk.ry. Ac. .v i.
II. L. MOKUISOX. DwWr Ik tilt. lr-t-arlua.
Uool aad MJiou. Hl, .1ia. Hardware.
Crockery. Hok. I'nlnia.OU p . Athulila (t. HIM.
IIKNHY P. FMKKKIt, D.. rcHf ikc oi
OiiureU Mtroet, North or the South Park. Oltlce In
8 n'th'. ;w Block. oppoHlte the Flak ltou. 1IS9
DK. E. V. KIND, r'hy.lrlan and Hiirseon. office
oyer IHndry Klnu's siuru, residence near Si.lVter'a
Olmroh. A.huhuhu. O
Oil. KASIKI, would Inform hn Mwds, and th
pub Ic cn irully that he may he found at hla reaidence
or Hark Htreot, ready to attend to all professional
calls. O'tice hours, from li to P. M. Aahtubnla l
Ilom.i'uvnthlc Physician ar:l
Jjurifeon. OfHo. aam. a. formerly. Mi. 1 tr jet,
Ashtarmla, )hiv twnce inmrs irom t io j. : i u
S P. M.. aud evenlnir. May be found at the olllce at
TMO.nPSOM IfOirsK, Jeli-ron. onto.
M. J. F()lTE, Prop.
tlood LWery In connection with the Hon...
J. C THOMPSON, Prop.
' Free lluaa to and from the cars. 114
VISK no IMF. Ashtabula. Ohio. A. Field. I'ronrl-
e or. Ah Omukluts running tuu4 'ruin every tralu of
e ra. Also, a Kmu iirery.siaoic Kepi in conduction
with thla house, to convey passengers to any
piMnt. - fy..
ANIIT AlltJI.A IKll'SH-A. J. HMITII. Proplle
tor Main St. Ashtubula. ohlu. I.iul'" Public Hull
nood Livery, and Omniiiu to and fnuu laedepot. 1013
JOHN DIICHO, Mauiiracturer of, and Dealer in
Kurnituraof the bust duacrHUiull. and every variety.
Also ttaneral Undertaker, and MauiiKiciiirer of Collins
to order. Main street. North ot Bomb Public Sqaare,
J. 8. HR.CIt M inulactiirer and Dca'er in First
lias. curiiiirv. niw, l iiuciiu.ri. n-w
l. . iffiiiii, soinniiiH, ir. incr
Center slrwil, iv!n Main and Park. 1IM8
tl. XV. IvEI.SON. DenlUI. Aahtsbnl. ().
vi.lta Coiiiieaut. n ednesday auo Tlia .day of
eacn weeK. ikw
XV. X. W M. AC It, D. U. S. KlML'.vnic.O.ls pre
iitred to atten I ro an operat'on. In hi. proresston.'
Ho make, a .K"clallty of "Ural Surgery" and savInK
the natural teetn.
F1IVD. W. BLAKF.DLEF. Pbotoirrnpheran
dealer in Dieiurvs. kLTavbii;".. t'hrtmuos. Ac. having
a larirasnpply orMoaldfnirs of variuu. description., la
nreoared to Irani any Hhiil' in the incture line. Ml
sh"rt notice and In the best stvle. Secvail Ifh of Hi.
Hall store. Slid door South of Dank a im stteel. Wlti
W. II..WII.1.1 VITlSttN. Nnddler and Harness
Ualrn,. jtitiuwliit lisk Hlock. Main streel. Ashiabllla.
niiin 'has on hand, and makea to order, la tae best
manner, averythlni! Ii his line. 10W
P. '!. POHD, Manulacuirer and Dealer hi Sadtllra,
u.r.,.. iiridles. CNillara. Tranks. WnlDS. Ac. opno
Ihi Fi.k llou-e Aahtahnta,. HiUk linn
GKO. XV. IUCK.I.I, Jewoler. Itopalrlnu of
all kinds or Waiuces, Clocds and Jewelry, blore iu
Ashtabula Hoase Block, Ashtabula. Ohio.
ava rjtttvnuana. i
Silver an I
Dealer In Watches,
Wary, Ac lle-
lialniiz or all kind, nana won, ana au two en prompt
ly attended to. Main Street. Ashtabula t. HM5
JT. R. ABBOTT, Dealer In Clocks, Watches, Jewel
ry, etc. Bnipaviug, Mending and K. -pairing dune to
order. Shop on Maiu street. Cuiiuwmt, Ohio. 83H
ITKBKTKKt OIDDiaitiS & '., Johbrrsand
llulldura. a'au tnau.uiturer. ut Ihiur., Sash. B'lnils.
Kidlnti, Floorlug, and Builder' Marrrlals iteuerally.
Kspecial attention lven to Ulaied Wiuduws, Scroll
8awlui, Monldinirs Ac
. 11 A. HI'KKKi'KK A. C. UIDD1NUI4.
J. A.KSAPP UH8
n. f. CDLLRI Maaufacturer of Lath. Sldine.
Mouliiinifs, Cneesa Boxes, Ac. PlauiiUi, MaleUliig,
and Sorowl Sawing dune ou the alutiK'si notice,
Hhonon Main airvel. ouuosllo the Upper Park. Ash.
Ubula. Ohio. 44U
FUKvril Ac WKIHltKX M nuCictorur. Dealers
111 ail Kinil. OI uvuinvw iu ucm.iig in .ui. waivi
poslte PhumiK Fonndery. Aslitabula.
ATTORNEYS AND AGENTS.
m. mm m M . ! U . B Ar KUIHM IV. Atti.n'
nevs and Counselor, at Law, A.lilalmla, D.ilo,
practice In the Court of Ashtabula. Lake and Geauga,
LaaAH 8. dubrmam. iuiuiwbiuaiu
..." - J, II. Rhkkmah. 1048
KDW.1KD II. PITCH, Attorney and Counsellor
at Law, Notary 1'u.liUc, Alitalul. umou rjpeciai
u..,i.,n oivuu u th.Suitleinuiit of Kswt.s.aud loCna
vcvauciiiir and Colluctiuif. Also lo all niatter.artsliiK
nndur Uie Baukrnpi Law. "H"
I. O. PI9MKK. JnsilM of the Peace and Agent
the UArtf.K-d, Suu, KtaasVlin Fw luwrance Compa
.H,. .. il.tius.1 CroslMf Wellvwwas,
Iktuln trat O.ouitu. luo Flsk House, AaUabitla.
Ohio. ' '
v ir iaaiHTT. Aimn. tloma Insurance Com
uauy. of New York (Capital, ftum UUil and of Charter
I..W I ICa In.iiMllM (!l,inlMllV. Of HaCtluVU. LI. AISO,
attend ta wtilluii uX Deads. Wills. Ac. WW
. K, COOK. Aituruay ud Out.. Iter M Uit
Vi..." h..ki;7 .1-.. U...1 k.l.u Airent. Ma D Blieet,
nw,m wnn..u.i '.fc Tirkaor'a store. Aslilahula, O.
C HatITU, AVyiuoy
Law. Ashtabula. Ohio.
nlla.UI.M Mi.llflW.W iPB. nilHIl ll-l'i ww"-
Wire. Lm;isan1 Laup-TTlmir.in., PolroHuin,
ODiio.Ua the ma House, awuisiu.
W"l... - ti.LL ..u-k lA llllllS.
A.I.O, iun " .
I,,,,,..,,!, r. iltTBBAHD, r.Kr ta Hardware,
J."" "T'"-':" .ii .naf.rtlir.r of Tn
Iron and Coppar Wara, Fi.k a
TftTBll TITdi liTiV "OH A I. V t
V,7.. .,rd Pla.ua. Ho.1 l.iaw
tn Water l.luw. Mucoo. l-aud Pla.ut. H'
"""" W11L1AM IHTMPHRKY
KDOAH HAU.riw and Life Insurance and
i?T.... uukii..uit l utivcvsoeer.
la. Olilo. . .
.-....... ii.TlTIITII. at Aiatlabarg,
i tu.lo. J. Tanrawmiaii, A. M.,
pal. Kprtn Tuabt,lYuiv) Harch lllt
'X7V ITHUUa, fainter, Ulaai.r, aud
Jiaila, Ah ' ?lt"' "I a,,','?,,;h
nun m uioi
ilLYTII. Auesl lot libi Llv.rp.iol
"alnsnraoc. 5i.' Ch as.ela .w
tfnnoM. In 'b U. ri. t,i0O.0O0.
oaJ ty iiatw.
rajy. and general dealer In
UKR1H WIMi Altfa, Deabtr In Dry-Ooada,
(rrocertes. in!.. i.Bli, uonis. nno, , rncKery. ,imw
Ware. Also, wholesale and rotiill rti-are tn Hard
ware. Saddlrrr. Nalla. Iron, Steel, Drnir". Medicine.,
Datnta. Oils, Ityn.tnlf", Ac.Mnlii ft A"hlnlltB. 1(105,
KVIOtR, BrKRHV to., Jlannfnr.
tn.rTi"twe. nowa aad (jomrtar, winnitw" an. aau
flll. Mill naaln(?. Kotlea, Hlnka, Hlclxh Hhc. r.
Vhrcrilx Foundry. AnhtHlmla. M(t. 10H1
Alt TAHIt. N Vril ft,(K, A-lita-
hn'a. Ohio. n. rA-KTT. rrc. i. .i. pi . ru m,
Cii-hlpr. Atttliorlxed I'apltal, fa.(KiO. fah Oiplla)
pnid In (tHKI.IMin. II. FAt.nrr. .1. W. Cnomv. ('. K.
JhircR. H 4. NrTTi.rTon,n. Nri.t.i". V. lit xniiiKT,
K. O. Warnbh, CHAnLKa Walkhh, I'. F. U kid. Dir.
TDK AHITtlirl.t LOAN ASSOCIATION
I'APITM. f imvut iMhce .Main street, next door
aouthuf Flk llnnae doc
(iKNFIIAI. llANKINO Ht'HlNr.P.
Bnv. and pell Koreiiru awf Kaatern Kxrhane, tioM,
rtltver, and all kind, of If. . WecnrHI...
Collectlonp promptly attended to and remitted for on
day or payment, at current mtc t clchanyo-
Interest ultuwed or time rliioatte.
F.RIlHman, Cleo. llnlihnrd, T,oren Tyler,
U.shepard, J. w lia-Kcll. t. v. aiunivoa,
H. II. Farrlntrton. 11"!
F.8IU.IMAN, 1'rt't. A. A. D1TIIWrK. rnMrr.
IVuirirl.t and Apotlie-
Diuirs. Medicines. VMnei
I.loiv rsfor medloal purpose.. Iiancy aiifl lollet
IrkvlM stveel. corrutr ot i.enire.
IIAHLBN K. dWIPT, A.htabnla, Ohio. Dealer
In Drain and MdlHna, tlmccrl.. Perfumery and
Fanry ArtWlM. anprlo Tyaa, CITo, HPMte.. Fla.
vorlna Kraa, PaMmt Medicine, or cv.ryde.cilp
tl in, Pulnla. Dye., Varnlshea, llrushea. Fancy Soaps,
Hlr hVstorarlvas. Hair Olla, Ac., all of which will
be pold nt tWe lowest prices. Proscription, prcpnr.4
with satiable cam. l'i"Q.
tUU AHDtl, rl KltarK Dealer, la (tnthw. Mat
tjaps. and Uents Fiirtllshlnnttooos, Asniaonia. u. rn
WAITK 4: IILIi, Wholesale and Ketat
IV.alers Hi lteauy Mane i ioiiiiiib, runiisoiiiK
Hats. Cans. Ac. Ashtabula W0
rPIIE unlt'ii!ZiiPil wiinlif Fosppot fully
the citizens of Ashtaboti and vlcln
Itv that they may be found at the old aland of S. B.
Tl ens. wish
A LARGE AND CHOICE STOCK
G IrL OCERIBS
Wo hope by low prices and fair denllnirto merit a share
of public patronage.
A. II. & E. V. SAVAGE.
ASHTABULA, YOUNGSTOWN & PITTSBURGH
Cn ai'tl after ' I 'nv May S(ith, lt(73, and null
notice trains will run as to. lows
BVNNISO SOUTH. m-SMKO KOBTB
rnato'T ttxi-uVs ATIN.. fW t
NO. 6. KO. U. NO. 1. NO. O.
KM L.S.AM 8. Crossing! all
B (HI 11(5 A-litabulii 1 0 00
S4S 7 13 ....Munaon Hill .... I f'l 4 n
0 04 7 vis Astluhnrj.... 1 l Id
I) m 7 8 Eaulcvillu 1 H4- 3 0
1,(18 U'J lloi k Creek 11 -6
111 45 H tHI Dome 1 1"
10 ta 8 10 New l.vmo. ... 100 Iri
It Ml ft 2.) Orwell 145 1 li
i 1 8 45 Bloomlluld 11 1 45
'lid RIW ....North Bristol.... 19 14 14 14
1 S5 H03 ...Bristol Centre... 107 1145
141 ll ....drawl II k.... H "
2 15 It Sit ChMpio II 45 111 43
!R0 41 A. A H. W. Crossllij. 111 10 00
a 00 9 411 Warren 11 25 l 4
8 40 10 05 N'lles II 05
4 18 10 Si nirard 10 47 7 54
4 40 10 85 Briar Hill.. .. 1 4
6 00 10 46 ...Younifatow 10 !I5 7 00
iliT' TtTPiitsbarKh . 7 U
y. w. a. . a.
D. B. McC'OY, Bupt.
L. S. & M. S.—FRANKLIN DIVISION.
From and after Ala
May Kith, lriis, l-assent'er
will run a folluwa :
No. T.TNo. 6o. l
7 OO'OII City East..
7 (kVi Jnnct ou
7 10,a Oil City West
7 41 x Ketio
x7 ss Hun
7 X5'X Franklin
x7 54 Summll
7 5M x Polk
8 lox Kayuillton,...
DUivj stonchoro ....
xd 8o Branch
4u ( lark
8 5H1 hartley
0 In Salem .'.
0 ifl A a U W Cross..
u 1" a .laniestowu . . .
9 40 "
o 4" Tnrner'Vllle
II M Siinou'. Coruera
10 1 l i Audover
10 81 Btirber'b-Leou.
10 80 Dorset
10 4H X Jefferson
II 04. Plymouth
) iN j. i .Mt.li .no.
I !3 Jl lA.htabnla
I f ri 11 i
S neJ 10 15 8 i.vClcveland
r a I a k I r x
Trains stop only on Signal. xTralns do not Stop,
xTeleirranh Siatloua. Cleveland Tiuie.
The w av r rennet trains biop at denwson t& eainf
West, at 4.t P. .11.. and Koluif Kant at T.itt A, M. Tiiu.e
trains carry passenuera.
f assenger tare ai ine rate oi a cent, per uiue ; to way
stations, counted is eveu half dimes.
x -.n u to;
it us tl ur;
I uuj s 55
1 ts. s V
X.1 44 s 81
1 K S
XI xo s
1 J4 7 5s
I 0-1 7 40
1x 4o 7 H
tx 7 so
xiia. il S.'
12 .ai 7 14
1x is 7 tn'
ix nx M
.11 5,s II 45
9 oo e m!
II 10 tl A
11 IU N i A lA
10 5X1 e V6 li 01
10 40 S 111 5 6:i
10 ID S U4 A 45
10 ia 7 4,'i 6
S 60 7 xs 5
so 7 l.'i 5 (SI
tul 7 10 11
7 ) 4 SOI 10
a m I r at r
Abstract of Time Table Adopted Jan. 20th, 1872.
PULLMAN'S best Drawing-room and
HlettoJiur C ache., conioliilnjt au modern Im-
pmvuineuts, aie ruu through on all trains troiu uuiiuio,
Suspension Bridge. NIKra Falls, Cleveland and l.'in-
r. nusu u new t ok. m.ainir oirevi vouuecioiv vwu,
all Hues of fureiyti and coaslwiso steamers, aud also
won boipau nioainer. ana railway uue. uusiun aua
OAiiur ew g.ugiaiio cuiew.
No. t. l No. 8.
Snap. Uiidiro. .
Nlairara Falls. .
8 50 A ail8 55r.il,
6 10 " I no "
I 80 "
1 40 "
1 45 "
8 48 '
7 oo "
7 00 "
I 7 10 '
,. " I 8 65 "
.. ' I 61
. . 10 60
. . ,v 1 1 45 "
,. "IB 00 4(ai
,. is as ass
. '11 01 i 86
.. 18 ospmI 7 xi
.Arr.18 8S i 7 5S
Ureal bend ...
Turners '. . . . .
10 bp. -a
1 4S ,T
8 80 "
4 05 "
4. 84 "
a 18 "
8 40 "
10 50 .
It 84 "
V 08 4.
I 5) .
9 65 1
7 00 "
4 50 M
6 60 r .
II 88 A.n
11 10 "
II 56 A H
18 48 F.N
8 i 7T -6
ArraucemsnH or DrawlncUooai au.4
Hroa-flnif (.aihrs, .
(A. t. Sleeplnii Clutches from Cleveland to IloraeSs
ille. and DrawiBfj-Koom Coaches from busu.n
' si mi Usldga, Nlaora rails aud Buffalo U N.
N i. -Skplii( Coaoaea from fHrdnnatl, Rnspensiaa
Hritbre. Ni.vara Ki.ll.. Buffalo and llornell.vlll.
New Vors; frtsaa llorneli.vill. to Albany
Nv a.KleoJnir Coaehvs from CleTelaad. Musnrnslaa
Itililn. NUurara FaN aud Banatlo lSa.qaaniia
aad Dtawiair Uooaa Coach, (torn tMiaquecaaia
Ask for iH-keta Via EtieRiilwty,
' 01 T " l7X;&Tl. AynL
AN OLD BALLAD—DARBY AND JOAN.
Ttv runioti ImlUrl f 'rrliy ntul .loan"
linvinif liccn culled for by IcHrni-il pimtlit.
ntl (ilium, w pterin l n ropy, lurnlaltt'd Irom
nn old AlmnrJnc of IU19 ! "
Win n Dutliy 8.w tlic m tlinir aim,
lie s iinu; hia .cytlii! and Imme lit- run.
Sat ilnwn, tlriink olf liis qnurt nnl suid I
jiv 'n k la dune. I ll c lo lied.
M y work i tlonr 1", rolorlcil Jmin.
Jit vi rk Ik limit' ! yum rona'tint lone:
But liplpli -m womnn n"Vr tnn nay
lit r work la dmitt lill Iiidtrniftit Day ;
YoU men enn olccp nil niulit lint, we
lii6t toil. , "Wlioso iiiullf" qnollt he. .
"I know your meHiiing," Juan replied.
Hut. sir. uiv totiL'itc xli ta 1 1 not be lied.
I will to on. mid lit you know
Wlittl work noor women have to do:
First, In the tiioriiiiitr, lliougli w lei I
Aa sit.k n (Iriitikttids w in u tliey reel
Yes, led audi ntiina in Imck or liead
As would I'ontini! you uu-n to bed
e plv lie iirnsit, we wp.-ut me orooin.
We nir Hie bed nntl rlt'lit the moiii ;
Tim vtiwa muni be inilk' d nnd Ihen
We K k ibr bceukliist lor Hie men.
Kre this ia done, wilh wliiiiiperintt cries
AtiJ bristly hnir Hie clilli-n ri ;
Tlnse iiiusl lie dressed and dosed ju rue
And fi d nnd nil beennse of you.
We nexl here Darby gcmlclied bis head
And tslole nil" gruiulilniK I" bis Led j
And only snid, na on he itin
..7 1.. I .......... lr In i.a.v... ilnnn
Xollllllbl siuiiii'i e nm.n hik
At eiirly down, t re I'l.aibus row,
Old Jonn tesiiini d her lulu of woes;
When Darby tlitiM "1 II end tlieainlc,
He vou the uiiin tind I llie wile j-
Yon tuke tin- Mtyllie and mow while 1
Will nil your hnnied tare aupply.
(Joule nl ' uiiotlt Jnun, "uive tne my sum ;
Thi Diil'by did. nnd mil she went ;
Obi Dnrby ioe nntl t-eli'd llie broom
And w hivieii the dirt Hrotind the room ;
Which huvinir done, he senrce knew how,
lie hi li to unlk like bri tulle cow.
The brludU' cw whisked round her tuil
In Diirby's eyes, und kick-d the pnil ;
Tiie clown ju-rplexeil with uriel' and puiu,
riworu he'd ne'er try to uiilk njinin ;
When lummy; round, iu sno unitize,
lie snw bin collnue in tl bluze
For a he cli.n.ccd to brush the mum
in culeliHs htislc he nn-il the broom.
T.ie lire a,! lsi tntbilued, be swore
I ne iiMouiHiid be sJiiMild mevi un more.
lrets;d by inislorluiie und perplexed,
l)nrby prepared lor brenki'ust next ;
Hut wlnit lo (jet he sc.il'celv knew
The bread won peni, mid llie butler loo ;
ills lunula lieiliiulietl Willi tingle iiikI n uir.
Old Durby Inboreil lull hull un hour;
lint luekUss wtuhi I llmu conbi M not muKe
The blend tuke lorm ol lout' or c ike.
As every door w ide open stood,
In ptishi d Hie sow, in quest ot loud,
And, stumbling on w urns, with her .-limit
O'eiset the ehwi u lUe crettut run out.
As Darby turned, the sow lo bent,
'Hie blippi vy t reuni L'c ti ny, d his 1'eel ;
lie CHimiit tue brend Houyli iu his lull,
And dou tiiuie Darby, Iroiiglt und nil.
1 lie cliiilrcn, w nkeiied by Hie clutter.
Slur! up und cry, "Oil t w hut's I he witter V
Old Lowler burked nnd Inbby mewed,
nil luiphss Darby buu led aloud
' liuiurn, my Jotiu, ns licielolme ;
1 II pluy llie Uouaeti H a purl no more :
Since how, by sud expel ience tnuht,
(..'umpured to tliiue my w ork is mum hi.
llriicelorin, na Imimucss Culls A II lUKe, -Conleiit,
the pbiUL'h, the seyihe. the lake,
Aud teveriiiore transgress the lino
Our biles liuve itiurked, while llmu tilt mine.
Theu Joini relumed; us heretofore,
"I'll vex your homst soul no more ;
Let i-itch utir proper tutk intend
Forgive lite pnsl, nnd slvive lo ittnid."
DR. HURLBUT'S PRESCRIPTION.
DR. HURLBUT'S PRESCRIPTION. BY ELIZABETH BIGALOW.
"It's kf no use to talk alnmt my Vie
wife. Chaiiev. lour lather
- - - ,
will never consent, and mother will nev
er even let me see you if she can help
it without his consent. No, you mustn't
come a step further!" And pretty Rose
Carter drew her nrm out of Charley
lluiilmt's very decidedly, when they
leached the end of the village common.
"You know it almost breaks my heart
to say it, Charley, hut I don't think I
can ever meet you so again. Mother
would he sure to find it out, and it
would vex her so. And she has had
enough trouble without my giving her
anv poor mamma!
. 1 . . . .. , ... , ,
l hurley- Iltirlbut sliruggeu nis snoui-
"lour mother comes lielorc me, oi
course, it is no matter uow t uw; you
say coolly that you can never meet me
again; that means, I suppose, that we
are never tuse each other again.
Why, no, Charley, if you will wily
have patience to wait. Everything way
come our num.
"Wait! Vou have been telling mo
to wait for the last two years, and things
are no nearer roming out right than
thev ever were."
"I can t think why your lather siioulJ,
dislike inv mother so. 1 think mother
knows, but she will never tell me. Mi-s
Esther "VVagg says thev were lovers
ouce, and had a quarrel which your
father can never forget. Rut one cau't
believe all ills Esther' gossip
1 don't think it s anything more
than a notion he has got into his head.
He's a crotchety, set old fellow, but he's
got a goodj big heart, Rose, if one can
only get at it. If you were only my
witelie would be sure to come rounu aim
think the world of you. If you would
only marry me, Rose! At the worst
lie woulUnl come rouun ue coinu oiuy
disinherit me, and I have it pair t.f good,
strong arms, and some passable brains
to light my way our way through the
The moonlight showed him her face,
and he fancied there was a little shadow
of hesitation on it. Rut she shook her
Ueud tiriuly ufter a moment.
"Now, Rose, darling, dou't tell vue
again to wait "
The rest of tho sentenco was never
spoken, for a heavy band was laid
tue young man s shoulder, and au angry
veiee mimicked his tender tones.
"Rose, darUuitl" I'll teach you
'darling' her, young maul'
Axa there was lir. llurlout s incc,req
with auger, looking over Charley's
shoulder. Rose, ot the first glimpse
it, turned and ran, like u little coward
"Haven't 1 forbidden you seeing that
young woniau? What da you mean
sneaking round here with her, like
thief in the night?" pursued the doctor
"It is not my fault that I do not walk
with her openly; it is not my fault that
she is not my wife. It w only because
she will not consent to he so.' answered
CLsrlev. stoutly. .
"W ont consent to d your wue,
I It tWt m f me sh. trwt you
nelly like rijcl(l lvr. anawcrcJ
"Slie voola arry mf if site wcrfj ul-
lowerl to chooac, antiwcrcil Charley,
trying hagl to keop ki teiiipur. wJIur
nurfher will rvot consfiii.
Humph! not consprit? That s pretty
welll" Kiowlixl tho loctir. "So (she
thinks my son la not good enough, for
"Mie loe not object to me. If yo
would give your coiiHent to our marriage
she woul'l pivo hers." ... - -
"Ah, that's ill elf, my eonscDt
you'll never have, young man, yMitntay
rely tijiou that. And if I over hear of
your being with that yoims woman
again, I'll turn you out of tio-r, hir.
.Not a pi'iiny of inv money liall you
ever have, sir. Reiiuniher that! I uru
not the one to make Diie thrwits,"
Charley was about to reply, but thev
had reached the house by this time, and
the doitor went into the oflicc and shut
the door behind hint wilh a bang. So
the-ro was nothing for Door Charley to
do but to take his way disconsolately up
stairs to bed.
In the meantime, the doctor seized.
the poke and stirred tin the dyin lir
in his irrato savavrelv.
u ou t consent, eltr 1 hat s like liose
Shepard! she alwavs wus a prowl piie.
Let ine catch that bov with her daughter
arain!" .And he walked tip and down
tlie room, brandishing the poker, and
with a scowl still on his face, looking
not unlike a midnight assassin, in spite
of tho venerable aspect which his gray
hairs cave him
JJut he cooled down soon, stitlicicnt
to carrv the poker back to its place,
and beirin a long search tor dressing-
ifown ami simpers, a searcu wnicti
proved lonir, and served to turu ins un
5W from Charley to another.
"t;t ait trie itu-w-rable Housekeepers i
ever Had, this jjaiucs wiuuan is ine
worse," he crumbled, jerking h?nisilf at
last into the dilapidated and comfortless
lonkiug diViug-go.wu, and the slippers
trodden down at the heol.
"Not a drop of warm water, or smy
thing to eat in the house, 1 11 warrant!
and void of
And he strode into the
which indeed was cold
He went into the pantry and munch
ed a hard, very dark-colored doughnut
"I'd turn her away to-morrow, she
and her husband, too,only that the next
oue would be sure to be worse. They
are all about of a piece. There is nothing
worse to have in the house than a house
keeper unless it's a wife. And 1 don't
Doctor Iliulbut still stood in the pan
trv, deliberating, after the last morsel
of" doughnut had disappeared. It was
so Ioiik since he had s wife that he
could not decide whether one was worse
than the housekeeper or not. It was
question he had been revolving in nis
mind for two years, without coming to
any definite conclusion.
"'Retter bear the ills we have, than
to fly to others we know not of,' the
poet says. Rut then a man can't hear
this state of ihinirs lonir; ho might as
well live in a cave in the woods! Some
time or other I shall have to marry, and
I might as well make up my niind to
at once. I said to Miss Esther Wagg,
the other dav. 'the widow Zilpha Thorn-
as is a line woman; and a capital mau-
acrer. too. isn t she!
"Maiiasrer! you tuav ne sure oi inai.
She managed poo-r Reuben Thutuas. iu
to his grave," said Miss Esther.
"I Sut then, it is ot no consequence
what these spite! ill old maids- say. .Most
likely she has an eye on the situation
V .... -
And the doctor drew himself up
the liroiid assurance that when he did
take a second helpmeet he should leave
..vr.rv iiiiii-i-inri!iiili lmlv ot his acouant-
"I'll drive around and see the widow
Thomas next week: I don't think
likelv that she could manaire inc."
Aud having made up. his mind Doctor
Ilurlbiit betook himself to Ins ehainiicr.
Rut his face was not that of a man who
is ouite satisfied with his decision; and
he stood for a long tiiise at the window,
and looked down to the foot ot the lull,
where the widow Carter s house was
ultiinlv visible in the moonlight.
"No, no; ouce is enough for a man
bo made a fool of. And that filly boy
shall never marry her daughter it 1
helu it!" he said, turtiirur. away, with
dm idiMl shake of the head. From which
slo-ns an observer would have supposed
Miss Esther Yairr to bo right, and
widow Carter un old swehtheart who
iijid "made a fool of him."
Rose Carter, with Dale cheeks
down-cast eves, sat demurely sewing
i.ulo hoc iiHitlwr the next morning, wuon
her unclo old Squire Carter emtio
pale cheeks had been observed,
not commented on uy ucr mouier,
the squire was uot so delicate.
.1 . . , . .1
"-liU'fs me! what lias become oi
red cheeks Why, they are white
snow-balls! Too much sewiug aud
ping, and not enough air and exercise
or has. its swecsheart deserted it,
little Rosy tn
Upon whioli Itosas cuccks jfjew acm-
let, of course. Rut the Squno was
"The ehild looks really Ul, and some-
thin" must be done, ho said to
as ho went away. "She hasn't
looked like herself for mouths."
Aud the Squire, haunted by Rosa's
b. .(,., 1: himscJf directly to
ol tt .,t vmi to era and see mv
r,tt U.Ui. (!uiiir. or Prescribe sonus-
111 V V iwnv " " t . , ,
thing for her. She nays nothing ails
i ... l . i l. . .,'.! oirn.n.l I uiiTinnKn
uut sue iooks iiaio - X - ( i
it's nothiii" but want oi exercise;
t he irit is would only do as their grand-
mot W did. But vou know what
,aJn hruv it's nerves. I 81100080,"
th Kntiirfl. who fancied; that "nerves'
wfli at the bottom of all feminine
- "Ah. veU I'll sendhor a prescription."
said the dootor, heartily. Aud thinking
it the ' heartiness of interest and
nature the Squire went an iu wajr
And Doctor Iltirlbut, feelincrcven lens
nmiable than on the previous night, ftat
down Lt his desk and wrote a prvscrfip
tion for Mis Rose Carter.
Just 04 lie tin is lied it his man Barries
brought him a note. It was from the
man who took care of be litaV'r h farm
on tho outskirts of the town, near the
widow Thomas' wood lot.
"The Wl'l.iw Th'itnas'a mun Jake? wa."t to
know If you will lelthe wldoT tak-Hbick
iient. to go down to batlgtia to the qtiartcrlv
eonler"iice ineetitn; Io-iiIl'IiI. Hlie lold him 'o
any port ken hi r Unit she didn't feel very well,
nii.i HioitL'lif the ride wonld d'i Iit l""I. it
vou would ! so kind In let her tuke Hluck
lies', which is so Veiy ir rit
The-doctor' face cleared as he react
"Jittlc Sam llodgkins is waiting for
the answer, if you please, sir," said
And the doctor wrote a few words
hurriedly, in answer to Samuel Jlodjj
kins, not without grumbling at the man s
stupidity in not letting the widow have
the horse without applying to. him.
Rut Do matter! the widow wouldn't
have to ask for llack Pess again. "With
all my worldly goods I t hee endow," he
luenut towy to her very soon.
Uarnes was entrusted with the two
notes one for Mis Rose Carter, and
the other fur little Sain Ilodgkins to car
ry to his father.
In the meantime Charley had come
to a new resolve, lie would fee Mrs.
Carter once more, and try to gain her
consent to his marriage with Rose.
Without her consent, Rose would never
be his wife.
It was evidently a hnpelcs task to
try to overcome his father's prejudices;
btit he was determined that they should
not be allowed to destroy his happiness,
and Hose's, too, for life". Mrs. Carter
liked him; she would give Rose to him
willingly, she had told him, if it were
not for his father's objections; she
Uiight be persuaded to, in spite of them.
And there was no lime to lose, lor
I two davs he was going to a distant city j
to establish himself iu business, lie-had
Imped to carry Rose with him, but all
hi pleading had been of no avail to in
duce her to marry against her mother's
will. All his bwpes wow lay in influ
encing Mrs. Carter's mind. So early
that, illuming, he took his way to the
cottage at the foot of the hill. Squire
Carter had just left, and Mrs. Carter's
mind was still filled with anxiety regard
ing Rose's health which he had aroused;
so perhaps Chaiiev could not have
found a better time for trying to win her
over to his side.
lint , though she did hesitate for a. mo
ment, his pleading was in vain.
"Youkuow there is no one 1 wtmui
rather have for a son than yon, Charley,"
she said. ''Rut 1 know your iallier. lie
is a stern niau, a very stern man and he
will never relent, lie would never lor-
a give you for marrying against his will
cannot consent to your ruining all your
l- A - 1 ,
prospects in inc. ion atiu j.osu arc
very voting; you may change, i ne nine
might come, Charley, when you would
regret disobeying your father's wish.
1 on are his only son, and so dear to
hint: aud before this, vou sav he has
never thwarted your slightest wish. You
ought not to msoney nuu uasiuv. o
be sure, Ins prejudices seem unreasonaoie.
" Unreasonable! It is absurd!" inter
rupted Charley, hotly. "Why helms
never so much us seen you, to my knuwi
edge'," . . . ... . .
Mrs. Carter s cheek flushed faintly.
"1 lived here when I was a ixiii, you
know. 1 knew your fathtr the l. lie
has some reasons for disliking me which
I don't understand."
"It is oulv a prejudice, a notion, t nitt
.. . , r ., 1 , i i. . i
sure, said Pliancy. -mu ne u.-i "
right to dictate me in such a matter.
And he was beirinnmi' his easier plead-
ings. over again, wheti I tames apeared
with a ltotLA. 1 here was no address ou
the outside and Mrs. Carter opened it,
while Charley waited in ft fever of sus-
ueuse to know what his father could
have to sav to Mrs. Carter.
Her face was a picture of amazement
as she read, but pleasure shown through
it as she handed the note to Charley,
lie- to sav it longer, now that there
reason tor wm till'.'. 1 shall coax
It was brief and to the point
"Let hua have her.
"I always told Rose he had a heart
one could only get at it!" cried Charley
in a transport ot delight. ".Now you
can have no objection; we have your
promise! .And 1 am going aw ay me nay
after to-morrow, you know, and 1 must
take mv wife with ine."
"The dav after to-morrow! My dear
liaiy you are beside yourself!" exclaimed
"You and Rose have said wait to me
for so long, that you can't have the heart
in. over to my side, und then you can t re
Tho hut fuse."
uuv ahu ue uiu coax mem "'
his side after countless argument and
. . I. ....I .1..,. .1...M..
me objections, n was nrraniieii n-yv
as should be a very quiet wedding, to which
mo- only a few intimate friends were to
invitol, the next evening.
poor Then Charley hurried homo to express
his gratitude to his father, who he began
io muiK. ue nan misjuujjpu.
not lulo tins scene was tiauspnuig
the cottage, Samuel Ilodgkins had re-
ceived lir. Iltirlbut a answer to nis note,
.urs. ami being somewhat surprised aim pt
Carter yjed by it, had transmitted it directly
to the N ldow ihomas tnus reneiing
himself of all responsibilty iu the mat
r..u. Dr. t.-r.
I So tho widow, who was adorning
nwee. Ixwt, can wit new ctierry rvooits, in
tioi nation of tho doctor's taking
I- 1" . . . . e . ,
her, gentle hint and coming himself to drive
li ni-i i-K-i l v eoilfert-jico ineelilllT
- i in?! w -i - j . .
u was caueu irom mat, utvMsniij '-i'
tion to read the following note, a meie
kcmuI. written suddenly, in liaste
T .1 1.... tnlrn r1t.sjr! Bnnnilflll of extract
vuLolmi. iilirht nn I inoriiiuil lor her nerns.
comm ie w ne tn ha lunta dust as she an
it. and stop Kttuuduur Hboul tTenimia.
The widow's black eye3 snapped
that the dootor, u be baa been mere
vrmtd have liked them lees than
evei.and the roaes that haddeerted his
cheeks, he thought forever, reappeared
in full bloom.
She had been antrry often in her life
the departed Reuben had been very
eay to manage but never before bad
she felt any thing like the warmth she
felt that moment,
"The impertinent old scoundrel! Gad
ding about evenings, indeed! Valerian
for my nerves," ns if I were some fidgety
old maid! Common amuse in us large
doses as I can find! How dare he write
such a note! Well I have had a lucky
esraM:! Stupid, cross old wretch! a life
of it I should lead with him!"
And the widow put on her cherry-ribboned
cap tipsidu down and fell to dust
ing the portrait of her deceased husband
with a vim. With all his ful;s, Reu
l.e i was not thewort man ever lived.
"Charley was obliged to repress his
gratitude for a while, for when he re
turned hon e ho found hi father had
gone to a iiieghboiirig town to attend rt
medical coRientiou, and he would not
return home rtitil the following day.
When the d ct r returned the next
afternoon Chaley was absent, busied
W'ith pr-'patf ti ns for the approaching
weddi't'.'. Dr. llurlburt, -finding a leis
ure al'term o i upon his bunds, made au
urmsully careful toilet, and drove out to
call upon widow Thomas.
lie had fully made up his mind that
would be a lesser evil to have the
Widow Zilpha Thomas for a wife than
Mrs. Riirnes for a housekeeper, but he
had not the airof a very eager wooer;
and. iu truth, was not without his ini
givinajs; he saw in his imagination
the widow's bbu k eyes snapping de
fiantly at h:m,and wondered if he would
not le'ent, if she provedjf a quaielsome
And he cast two or three glances
hack fit the Widow Carter's cottage. a-
he did so he certainly sighed. The
Widow had been in the window, and
sh, bowed to him, ho wed and actually
oi e I a little, though iu a sad, shy wa; .
Dr. llurll ut did l ot understand it.
He had mot her lt twice, to be sure,
since she had eouie b.k to the village,
two yeirs before, but at neither of those
times had she showu a:iy disposition to
His looks had invited a recognition
either then or now, but here she was as
sweet as a May morning! It was all her
artfulness, of course! She thought she
could cajole him into lotting Charley
marry her daughter, lie would send that
boy to Europe, t.o China, if it need be,
to get him out o Ke Carter's way.
Still it is certain that he sighed dee
ly as he passed the cottage and W idow
Thomas's black eyes snapped before him
all the more omininously in contrast
with the Widow Carter's soft, shy, blue
Was Mt-s Esther Wagg right, and
was it Possible that there was still a
spring of sentiment in the doctor's heart
....... , , ... .
which Utty years aii'i nis crusxy leiupci,
had not been able wholly to dry up.
From afar oil the Widow Thomas saw
him coming "riding along w ith grand,
careless air. as if he owned the whole
town," and she declared aud prepared
to do battle. She was in such a quiver
of indiirnation that her can-ribbon stood
un Ktrni.'ht. and the snaDDing eves of
his imagination, were as nothing compar
ed with these.
"How dare vou come here, you insult
ing, hvpocritical villain! you perfidious
wretch! Lave the house, sir, and if you
ever come here again I'll set Towser n)
oti vou as sure as l live!" she screamed.
To say that the doctor was amazed
would not fully express his emotion. He
was thoroughly alarmed aud lost no
tin. in escaiiiur from the presence of
the maniac as he felt sure she must be)
to his carriage.
"Insane from evil tamper! ah I knew
tWiK pvcs. were not for nothing! Rut
whv her anger should be directed against
me 'I can't understand; though I suppose
her wrath falls upon any oue who nap
tii-tis to be near when the fit seizes her
O, what an escape I have had.
And Dr. llurlburt went his home
ward wav, resolved to be contented with
a housekeeper aud thaukful that his lot
was no worse.
Rames met him with au unusually si ai
"Mr. Charley's been waiting to see
vou, sir, he waited a while but of course
lie could not wait any longer, and its six
o'clock this minute. " He told me to tell
vou how thankful and happy he was aud
that he should feel awful bad it you
didn't Come to the wedding.
Thankful and happy! Uome to the
wedding! What are yon talking about,
you idiot?" demanded the doctor.
"To his wedding with Rose Carter.
thought of course you knew. It's half
"The voting rascal? Does he dare do
this!" shouted the doctor, and rushed
out of the house, and dow n to the ld
ow Carters Cottage.
Mrs. Carter and Charley met iinu
tin. bull. His wrath had time to cool
little in his walk, and if it had uot
w ould have found it hard to be so de
monstrative as usual under the widow's
calm, clear eyes. Rut he expressed
disapproval quite strongly enough
allow them that there had been some
mistake. . ,
Charlev produced tho note, and the
rlinilttrh the lllVStelVilt OUCB
Mra 'I'liAneiJil InnHllCV all! I all. That
Ktm.i.1 ll-ii-iies had changed the notes.
Tl... WI.L.w Thomas had been advised
Wv av. v .
to stop gadding about evenings, ana
Mrs. Carter had considered herself per
mitted to "let him have her" daughter!
However angry ho might be the doctor
saw that it was too late to interfere.
"Well young man, you I ave chosen
your way, and you must walk in
She's hor mother over and over again
they say, you had better marry her
soon as possible, or she'll jilt you, as
mother did roe."
The Widow Carterlookel at him with
something like a flash in her eyes.
Row can you say that when
know it was yau who basely deserted
me!" she8aid. ...
"Didu't you write me a letter wttmn
a month of the daythat was tohave
our wedd'tty day, telling me eoolr, ths,
you had discovered that yon preferix
ed another?" demanded the dootor. ,
"Neverl I never wrote you such a Uu
ter!" said the widow. ;
Charley began to see that an explanai
tion, a', which a third party would be dt
Irop, and took his departure. If ho did.
then fca,ve a ffynt presentment of what
might happen as a result of that expla
nation, at some future day, he was not
at all prepared for what did occur that
When he and Rose moved away fron
before the minister who had made their,
husband and wife, his father and Mrs,
Carter stood up before him, and the cer-.
emony was repeated for their benefit.
They bed decided In that brief space of
tin e, thnt wsis the best reparation pos
sible for the mistake nt almost a lifetime.,
And it proved so ngreeablean arangc
meut that Dr. Ifnrlbut is often heard to
say that though he h'ts always prospered
In his practice, he never had so great,
a success as when he wrote a prescript
tion for Rose Csrter.
The Dr. has it fiirtt suspicion that
Miss Esther Wagg knows something
about that note, but he says nothing,
V gifdi- nin ns, ,
DR. HURLBUT'S PRESCRIPTION. BY ELIZABETH BIGALOW. To See Ourselves as Others See as.
From the Ashtabula Sentinel.
From the Ashtabula Sentinel. Something to Think of.
After a steady and persistent effort
the voters of this village, with the help
of the women aud minors of proper age
to sign a memorial, iuduc! our town
council to pass an ordinance, prohibiting'
the epejiing and keeping any place, for
thesiile of intoxicating liquors, inclu
ding lieer, Cider, and similar guzzles.
The effect of this was to add greatly U.
the sobriety and good order ot our viU
lage. Of course, We have uot reached
perfection; and now and then one of cur
citizens g-its drunk, or gets his whisky
bottle filled, and then fills himself end
cronies. But this is not an every day
ocurretiee; and it is rare enough to ex
cite remark and the question where did
he get it? Why he was over to Ashtabu-.
la, is the ready answer, youkniw it can
always be got there, in any quantity.
Such" a one and such a one always come
home tight from Ashtabula, when he
would be sober for weeks here, unless
he should meet some of the right fel
lows who had been there, and got a pull
from their bottles.'
Now this kind of remark might be
jpiilieable to other places; but Ashtabu
la is the handiest to us, and the odium.
ot furnishing Iinu or to get Urunlc
with falls upon that place. It is haudy
to get liquor there, and it is handy to
to cast the blame there. So our neigh
bors will have to bear it. .
Ashtabula is a nice, pleasant town,
and is growing, aud likely to improve,
with its new railroad facilities, still far
ther. It is so to speak, taking a fresh
start; and although it may not be much
of our business, we feel inclined to busy
ourselves so fur as to suggest to the
Borough Council of that place, that they
would do a good thing and a great thing
if they would pass such an ordidance
as we have in foive here; and if t!ie said
conncil will not do it, it would be just
as well for the citizens to urge them to
doit, till they dV They will, if they
are made to "understand that tho public
sentiment is in tavor of shutting up the
drinking shons. If puplic sentiment is
not in that shape why, Heaven help
llie id acts . .
W e hope to sec our neighbor village
make this reform and rid itself of th
reproach of having drinking holes and
deadfalls to catch its own people, and.
giving us and others occasion to lay sit
much of our sins ut their doors; for we
like Ashtabula and its people, aud there
fore wish them well.
Tilton on Beecher.
In the last Golden Age appears the
following criticism of Henry Ward
Beccher's I tst series of sermons:
J. R. Ford & Co. have issued another
series of sermon W the Rev. Henry
Ward Reecher. These productions arj
for thrse who like them; and tho audi
enoe ia targe. But we have ceased to
belom' to it. In our opinion Mr. Reedi
er is really as radical as Dr. Chapiu, Dr.
Bellows or Dean Stanley; but his Ser
mons do not faithfully " represent their
author's advanced thought. Each sue-
ctwMVe fuuuay s ercorc irepronuceo in
.Monday's pamphlet) is simply the con
ventional clinging ottlieuaiids to creeds
aud dogmas from which his head and
heart are turned almost wholly away.
Without meaning to use a disparaging
phrase, we know not how to character
izemesori in ui-naoui i.iiiuuuigeiuin
of moral insincerity. Certain it is that
Mr. Reecher, during a few years past,
has lost the hold over the orthodox
church which he once maintained, and
has made no corresponding gain among
the liberal sects. He is an instance of a
man who, seeking to stive his life, is loot.
lug it. Long acknowledged asthe mos" '
brPlliant popular preacher in the countiy
a compliment which nobody, n'or in
nv sect, begrudges him, but cheerfully
pays he is nevertheless, veer by year,
declining iu moral weight not only
wilh the church but in the community
at large. To think oue thing and say
another to hold one philosophy in pub
lie, und another in private to offer one
morality to the multitude, and keep an.
other for one's self is degredatiou to
no man so much as to a minister, and a
blot, upon nothing so much as upon re
ligion. Nevcthelcss, there is so much
inUiese pages showing that Mr. Reech
er frequently forgets that he is a priest
and remembers that he is a man, and
there are so many, happy thoughts
shooting like sunbeams through all he
says, that he will alwavs remain one of
the noble specimens o whit God can
do in making a human being with a
plentiful lack of conscience and courage,'
hut with an overflowing fullness of fancy
and wit. '
Trying to carry home five pounds of
mackerel and his wife's Spring bonnet
a, the same time on Saturday evening
urn what prevented a Dsubury man
from attending nhurch on Sunday, .
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