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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, r85r & - 3? tti ST Bssr wsj 3 sV3r .'. Aft -.-; - - m J lifer - TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. PUBLISHED EVERY SUNDAY j BY :s Eoitaph Publishing Co. Pcarth Strwt, between rreraont and Allen TeaUUa. Cochise Ccnntr. Arizona, IMTtMB m TMt ST Ornct AS tfCOfcO-ClAM tUTTS. The Sulphur Spring valluy drain n area 30 mile in iUli by 90 hiilr iu length, or an area of 2,700 square mile. This valley, HVe the San Simon having a sandy soil, the waters How under the surface, forming a broad un der ground stream a few feet below the surface throughout the greater por ' tion of the valley. The condition of the public schools of a ttate or territory adds a great deal to the value of its land to settlers who contemplate mating their homes within its borders. The present finan cial and intellectual standing of the schools of Cochise county will s pare tnoit favorably with that of the older or more favorably situated iusti tutions of learning. This PKosrscTOa do not intend to cast any reflection upon the troops, or the Lieutenants who are fn charge of them in the field. They do the best they know how. There is uo editor in Arizona who would go to the front and take chances of lifefor $13 per month. What we do object to is the sending out of unripe cadets to protect u Against the mature fruit of a rotten Indian policy. The Harrison act is a botch gotten up by a crank who hadn't eaten hi breakfast when the idea Struck him in the stomach. It never could have originated in a man's brains. No por tion of the United States ever made a start on a proposition of tint kind, in fact many of the sections of the great northwest fre quently went in debt to a degree ex ceeding 20 per cent of the valuation of taxable property and a year or two following, the increased valuation of property which followed upon the heels of immigration reduced the per cent to less than two. It is a false policy of economy and should be repealed. Give Arizona a show. Thk Governor recommends the re duction of the salary of the principal of the Normal school. He gets ?200 rier month now, and if his services are not worth that amount of money the better idea would be to get some one whose services are valued at that figure. - The Governor in his message re commen s the passage of an act provi . ding for the location of all gambling places on the second stories. This bar caused a sharp rise in value in that class ot buildings in Tombstone. City Hall and court house bonds have an upward tendency and the long-looked-for boom is upon us. Echoes of the fight on Wounded Knee Creek are still reverberating There are those who still regard it as a massacre, and allege that the Seventh Cavalry destroyed the band of Big Foot in order to avenge Custer. The testimony taken in CoL Forsyth' cas ought to set this matter at rest at once and finally. That testimony all goes to show that the troops behaved edmirabirind that their action was in self defense. According to Wells Fargo & Co', report just issued Arizona produced last year $7,596,000 in gold and silver while according to the report of Terri torial Geologist BUndy, there was pro duced in the year 1S80 but $3,099,000. According to those figures our Terri tory has more than doubled iu output daring the year just past. Joint A. Black eomrolisloner of im migration has issued his pamphlet on Arizona. It is surprise and a very agreeable ono to tuoe who hate been led to believe that it was a premature explosion of bom tout. It contains 127 pgea and is a comprehensive state smen! of onr resources which can but be of great valua if praprrly distributed. -The whole Sgbt against the book seem to bc,th&t it was printed at llie Bepublioan office. The work is well done and the people are to bo congrat ulated on having Territorial officers Who give all of their work to a homo pspcr instead of seeding to Chicago to get it done NEWS BY WIRE. Six Fkajcoisco. Fully 20,000 tons of bonded Java sugar lies in the ware house on Mission dock in Sn Fran cisco bay. It is the property of Claus Speckle and will be held there until April 1, when under the orovwions of the McKinly bill il will be admitted into the country free. Kansas city. The run which was commenced on the Kansas City Safe Deposit and saving b.iik yesterday, continues in-dsy. As early a tetcn o'clock this morning, fully ono hun dred and fifty people were standing in line in front of the batik, waiting for the doors to open. When the bank opened at nine o'clock the crowd was as large as at any time yesterday and there was a wild rush for the paying tellers counter. Browssvuxe, Texas. At noon yes terday the train on the Kio Grande railroad, between here and Point Sable was wrecked and robbed by fifteen masked men. They placed obstruc tions on the track, derailed the train and levied on the passengers for their vsiuvules. A brseeraan was badly in jured in the wreck. The sheriff and a posee are out scouring the country for the robbers, who are doubtless safe in Mexico. CiNCixsATi. Pursuant to notice giv en yesterday the chamber of commerce to-day considered the following resolu tions concerning the free coinage of silver and they were adopted : Resolved by the Cincinnati Cham ber of Commerce and Merchant's Ex change that the action of tha United States in passing a bill providing for the free coinage of silver is a most se rious menace to the business interest of the country. Pants. The Figaro to-day tnakrs an appeal to the churches to keep their doors open all night, and to take steps necessary to transfer them into night schools for the homeless poor of Paris. Paris. It is estimated that 50,000 persons have been thrown out of em ployment by the severe weather and that tlio total Iocs to France in wages, the stoppage of trade, and the blight ing of crops will be 50,000.000 franks. All the hospitals and infirm aries are crowded. The administration has placed the dead wood in the state fore.ts at the disposal of the poor. Pasis. V'm. O'Brien, accompanied by John Dillon, has started for Bol-ougne-sur-mer, where they arc to meet a number of Irish .members of parlia ment, including, it is believe'.. ParnelL It is expected that the Irirh leaders will remain several days at Bolougne. Berlts. Dr. Guttman at a meeting of prominent physicians yesterday, d monslrated upon a subject who had died of advanced tuberculoids, that ulcers on the intestines besides ulcers on the lung, had nearly healed under injections of Professor Koch's lymph, a fact that suggested that Koch in tended to cure ulceration of the"bowel. " El Pascj That the Mexican author ities have decided to attempt the ex tradition of Dr. W. S. Bolton is now certain. The treaty between the United States and Mexico provides that neither country is obliged to de liver up its own -citizens, but Mexico will rely upon the custom of friendly nations to help each other in suppress' ing crime. Telegrams have been passing be tween President Diaz and Minister Romero at Washington. The cattle rum are said to be in the majority in the legislature. Put the salaries of useless effieers into the ground; you can strike trra--urp with them if yt go deep enough, and that's more than has been done with the money. The many kieks against the Repub licans being owned and supported by the appointees of Governor Wolfley are out of place. An officer has just as much right to own an interest io a newspaper as be has to own a chare in a church organ. DORIKSthe pail year the entire earu legs of the District Court clerk jj office in this county were but $iS0O. TiH is a contract with the former reaim when the office was was worth G000 per anum and the clerk opened attd adjourned coart2k5 days in the yer at four dollars a clatter. Mr. Emanuel needs to get his brother-in-law ap- I pointed to the bench to make a stake oat o: the omce. Territorial Vonertum, a The members of committees have been appointed in both houses au.l u flood of bills !me bees introduced ; Jo restrict gambling, suppress Iioumm of 111 fame, amend exemption Iaw.amend attachment nnd garnishment act, fir Australian ballot system, aid construe tion of railrOAds, repeal the alieu act, to regulate the price of printing, to abolish the olGces of commissioner of immigration and attorney general to amend the sanitary law, to fix the lesi-J-se- e lbs tcrritcri-S auditor nd treasurer, to compel railroad to report block killed, for a Militia code for An ion a, fixing fees for clerks of district courts. Indian Trouble-. General KilIcm (regular army) "What's become of all those hostile Indiana who were expected to make an attack here?" Mr. Starvem (Indian Agent) "I I gave 'em something to eat and they weut off." New York Weekly. After the law is enacted providing that all gambling shall ho carried on in the second stories of buildings, it will become necessary for pious folks who live upstairs to move out to avoid suspicion. Rev. F. W. Downs will preach an illustrated "Candle Sermon" in the Methodist church, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Sunda school at 2 o'clock. The following is the programme for the "Song Service" at night commenc ing at 7 o'clock. Song, by the audi ence ; prayor, by Rev. F. W. Downs ; song, by the sunday school; duel, Mrs. Downs and Miss Roath ; quartette, by the M. E. choir; solo, Mum Motlie Bauer; song, by the auJionce; solo, by Mr. F,ed Herrerra; short addt-M, by Rev. Downs; duet, by Mrs. Downs and Miss Sneed; eolo, by Jli.-s Matni -Roath ; - duet, Mr. F. Herrerra and Mr. Vincent; 'pjartfltte, by the choir Judge Wolcott, Mrs. Herrerra ond Mis Howell will nl.o lake p.xrt. The ranch at which Smith was kill ed was the McGowan place. It will be remembered that the latter killed his partner a short time ago and his body was buried in the corner of the enclosure iu front of the houte. When the Apaches a ho killed smith had gone and evidences of their indentity wero being hunted, tho track of one evi dently large izd Apache lei to the corner of the field where the grave was located. Here he had delilwrately sat down on the soft mound of dirt wiih his hack toward tho house and his moccarin tracks were left im printed in the soil on each side ot the mound. It was evidently done tU liberately and probably impelled by some superstition. A. .Tlonniata ol II. A prospector signing himself A. G. Tingman, San Diegc. California, Writes for information to the Engi neering and Mining Journal as follows : "Is there any demand for black man ganese or what is commonly called "wad?" We have been prospecting ou the Colorado Desert for the last uine years and among our finds is an entire mountain of both hard and soft "wad." It is almost entirely pure and we would like to get in correspondence with some one wanting it. If yo j can put me in correspondence with some one you will greatly oblige." About IbeMico olll. V The most importantmilitary post in Arizona is located in the soutwestern part of the Territory, Fort Huachuca, in tlra mountains of the same name. It is situated amid' lovely mountain seenery, and at an altitude that ren ders the sumnur climate delightful. The intention of the military author! ties is to alWHsh all the smaller posts, now that their usefulness has gone with the suhjagstion of the hostile Indians of the Territory, and to con centrate the troo in large bodies at stragetic points easily accessible by railroad. In the shifting' process. Fort Huachuea and Grant appear to be the only ones that will be left in Southern Arizona. Commtfsioner Block's report. ''w&A jampbitt nt t Rforoaltoi s &mP" .ttrsztui S w,iwihK ttor im sjsSOl fJrwUty. vjlL A I'hxsIriait'H Opinion. A M. SraBLDiNO. tf Grand Rao Dr. Ms, Mich , says: "I prescribe Hib b.id'. nViseistie Syrsp 2a ay pt-e tioe and unbtMita'inglj reoomtaend it It operates upon thu liver, kldoeys and butre!, destroying the poieou in the blood aad 'issues. It is a grand temo and appetizer, nod for a dUeftd etom aeh or d.)!.pipiu Ins no qiul," For e by 3. Yn e Queer storii-s come from Kausas in regard to the alliance htg'chttot One si ihsee reformer;" who will Imr- a vote in the elfction of u United b'ta'cs senator ha furnished to ihu friends of Mr. Ingalls a nchedulo of his debts He itemized the account, shows what the mortgage is on his farm, what he owes on machiuury and how he stanrts at the store. The schedule f.Kts up bout $1. GOO. Tim way in which tho interesting document Is said to have reached Mr. Ing.iU's managers U etrikinly suggestive. Overture havr already been nude by one of the alliance candidates for tho senator-thip to turn over his strength to Mr. Ingalls at the proper time. We should like to give a new chimney for every one that breaks in use. We sell to the wholesale dealer; lie io lite retail dealer; and he to you. It is a little awkward to guarantee our chimneys at three removes from you. We'll give you this hint. Not one in a hundred breaks from heat; there is almost no risk in guaranteeing them. Talk with your dealer about it. It would be a good advertise ment for him. 'Pearl top' and 'pearl glass,' our trade-marks tough glass EUUircrg- Geo. a. liACBjxa A Co. I urklru'n Ainlrn mlVc. Tub Bisr SiiVE in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sorr, ChspptHl HaDds, Chilblain. Corns, and all Skin Emp t ons, and positively cures Piles, or no py required. It is guaranteed tn civo prfect tifction. or money rotund vl. Price z5 cents per bix. Fjr kale by J. Xoaue. IIow to tieip jour liHtIun . Almost every day e feel the un pleasant renditions of indigestion. Try Allcock's Porous Plasters and be relievt'd. J. F. Davenport, of Canar sie, Xcw York, writes: "I have been very much troubled, with u violent pain below my chest Iwine. I was told by several physicians that it wrs rhenntxtium of the dia phragm. It resulted from cold and exposure. I had very little appetite and digested my food with great diffi culty. I placed one Allcock's Porous Platter below the breast bone and two on each side. In the course of twentj four hours all pain ceased, ami I whs able to eat and digest a good pquare meal, something I had uot done before in Uxo weeks. I got better constantly, and the end of seven days found my self entirely welt. Since then I have usrd Alicock' Forou Ulslrs for colds, coughs ui id pains in my sidn. and I have n1 iv ay 8 found them quick and effective." liHHPas JP6fEg; ois:- SNJOY Ba?: :?? Ktfeod and result -vjf.e. ;--rp cf rigs tsn; H is plessaa! nwl n;f.Tfi-ig to the fttfte, ami acu fitly y t ywmpilj" on tltoKklufiys, Liver it IJtiwfe, cWbts tfe sys tem elfcctsaHy, dbpeb colds, bal csfcee styi Asms attd onree Labium! rtjifta jprwsiBeUj. For astls Ja JOc aud Si lxHtlse hy all druggists. CXLifpWA FIG SYRUP CO. 'c 8A"ermiiCi$co,ctLK tomuiu, r.f. eter rosx, M.r, jA CCA VAX TMCT AftC tlA 1 THE BEST, f la u. il Fiut & Co BE la ISostnted, IK2ipdc ud Priced 5 f SEED ANNUALS rcr 1891 wiItUfed FREEflf Vato sv3 applicant as4 to 1M season. Sm Qccaimm, It I better than ever. s3 & EjY person taiag GtxUmp Ff Jf4 fiawer fir Fidld SfCir f Z ahcold cb4 for it. Adtlrets fa B D. M. FERRY & CO- J ii DETROIT. MICH. fff M sLa-gw&eedsn-en in t-e wond ta -ai 1 &?s CONJURING FQ3 GIRLS. IIow ta Couec.I (-! Colu lajhp I'atm or tne iinnd. Whon von bava mastered the art ot jialtfling loIus otberobjeets wlfi be mac- ljtHi easily, uins nauos oeing smaii is a rule it is better to prwjtSt with Sve-eent pieces. Tocommence'wlth,turn rearrlght hand palm upward and Jay the afcskel in its palm (you will soon, dis- cover ine exact spot), contract or draw the thumb Inward till the ball ot the thumb holds the nickel between it and that part oi thapalm In a line with the tblru Anger, and if the nickel Is in the right spot it will be a fast prisoner and you can tarn your hand ovor, use your Queers and litt thlntrs without any in convenience or fear of dropping It. Practice this until you feel quite at cane with tho coin in your hand, and re member. In practice, to keep the back jf the hand uppermost or outwards, otherwise the nickel would be seen by tho audlenco. When you have arrived at this stage you may study one or two "passes." By a "pass" is indicated tho apparent passing a coin from one hand to tho other, although it does not leave the hand in which It is first seon, and this is eflected by palming. Thus, hold the nickel llzhtl In th right hand be tween the second and third fingers and th tih- Dtstt the ttu;t. uIVij jut of the way, close the fingers smart ly, and you will have the nickel in the right spot for palming; contract tho tbuinb and open tho fingers and to any i.np standing in front of you the hand ii.l appear empty. Practise this until you can make sure of safely stowing away the coin in a l second of timo and while the hand is at rest. Next, in front of a lookln(r-t;laM try ft again, while movinp the right band towards the lnft, which is held open, and which immediately, on the flnccrsof the right hand touching It, clones upon tho coin it is supposed to contain. Lot yoar ojes follow your left hand, for whore your eyes are directed those of your audience aro sure to fol ion; drop your right hand carelessly to your side and lot it hang as if empty. Hero is another pass which Is easier and which is a very good one for coins of smaller sua than a nickel. Itest the coin between tho slde3 of the third fin ger and tho first finser. supporting it be hind by the second Snirpr and in front by tho thumb. Slightly closo the fin gers, drawing the coin down the Inside i of the thumb until the joint of the tburhb overlaps its appcr edge, when the coin wilt be found to bo tightly held lx twecn thai joint snd the junction of the thumb with tbo hand. X. Y. WorldJ THE FLYING FOX. A Qaeer Ciratnrc WMcb Inhabits tb lor3t or I ndla. The flying fox Is a most peculiar ani mal, not unlike a mammoth bat. One sees them in surprising numbers in dif ferent parts of India, especially on moonlight nights. They aro very dis astrous to choice fruits, but their princi pal food is tbo young leaves of the gum trees. At times they visit certain culti vated sections In such hordes as to sweep away every green leaf, like a swarm of locusts. Kuropean sportsmen have eaten them and pronounce the flesh to be palatable, but tho natives never eat them. The flying fox is un abiw to take flight from the ground, fiy means of its sharp claws, howt-vrr, it rapidly climbs a tree, from the branch es of wbioh it throws Itself into the air and skims about by expanding a thin membrane which opens beneath its limbs. It directs its course through tho atmosphere with great prwhrfon w-itboot any vibratory reoriqp. During the day time these animals retire to tho 6ecla ion of the forest, coming forth at night with the bats and owls. Tbi-y sleep haagiBg head downward froai the branobes, to which they adhere by the natural "hook attached to the points of their shoulders. Oae also sees in India the flying opossum, whieh "shoots across coastJeraWe spaces at a hib de ration by expanding a thin membrane attu h-d to ettber side of its body,and wicb eonneefct tho fore and hind legs. Tha !'.ilm. "Well, Willie, what are you reading at Sunday-school nowT "WeVs half-way throogh the peesal um. Uarpec'a Young People. iHUNKEHrX! LIQUOR HABIT. GjuimeivoiHa was sorrow cve D?HMKr5 GOLDEN SPECIFIC He to c5val ef ?" -frrlsi.rt$. el fmmd, witt t IcKovWdr cf tn pctlrsi. if SMosw-arr It ta ata-atst.. txarralrva ndwin txet a pcrutaeftt a.d pwSr -. wbeitasr hm rtat i F9-rZ0&nrXrorvmXth9ncmT, ITJKVKlt. MUL It opTts3 rotir aad with m- t-lmr tht tbe purat wndeygoi tto tavtrwmiewB, no. era i it -r-r. taw vmjlr -r-forcuUoa la aaaetad. 43 pa took . parUe-ia-s creft tv4inc rem-' for t lb is-m ,i ftl "umaoru mm nrv- aw ri-AiMVii 4 rnnled(rjiiu'ffiM. tmiM -a y eortala rorv tor th tbttl - - i m -- - j-baa torrtn. TEntC-tnnGa in r.-mnxsa,j it u. cueoiun.s amtms .j'j. , C.A- jmn ABWIH,HB.CR1I-,U, mhh ny uniml. tn4a rXUCS 1.M). ibi 'RS'S: "S-Il 1IF1GE.VT CMttri.- . B.lutuau VC1.U T -!. I!- '1 I ' lrttArllnun. Abtt!o4t!crly maa with a timid sir, and .Thoe (Jtto tvrzr as orerci wltUia l-jng ulsUs, itcx.i ns nnlr ei In tbs doorway o well Vnaarn tiothirtiia Brpadwsy ycrter day afternooa envelystrokisg a pairol gray side whiskers that partially covered hit . sharp faoo. lie soerued f be trying to gatLj conran enough to ntr Suddenly ho uc . oradeu, opemxi the daw and sidled up to an' exceedingly well dretaed and haodsome sales, tnaa. In a low, gentla t olee, u if he stood ini,"rwotw of the salaansa, he atked ta P- --"- M' -; -2sr, s "" no. iu that cocc tscondisg nuuuw peculiar to haadsoms m in, got somo out, and continued getting sonw out and in retting soma anger until be hid tried on tho littls manat&mploof allthetlO orercnats in tha plaM. TLo cnitoraert we seemed to crow with the salesman's rage Ha sited for each tucccssive coat with "if you please," ut tered In a more conciliatory tone each time. When tbo uUeaoMn, in a loud, dignified voice, finally informed ulm thtt be had looked at the entire stock of J 10 overcoats, to IUU man calmly Intimated he would take tbo first one that had been shown to him, and the lg-i i looted fierce and demanded to know whether io would bare the wortn r'd one wrapped up. rben a great tranxformotion took plaoe. The little maa stretched himself an inch higher, threw off his timid nir and demacded in a loud voice whether the salesman saw the ruitbehadon. Tbesurjrlsid saleusan said he did. Then the little man followed up his question with a second demand upon the par teptive faculties cf tw salesman as to whether he taw how It ! si Iided. The sales cun, whoe patronizis. al seemed to be gir inj way to fright, was 'or- fl to admit thai the cloth under tho ciEmr was somewhat brurhtrr thn U - f th-t TL-.UySg the little man, fn w ti. sing tones, in f srjxrad the salesman he lsd purchased tb lilt tor tlS la that same More, and as it had tided so much hothougtt a reliable hous I Ice that should allow a literal discount on Ike overvoat. The salrgTuon was now Ur i Ificd. lie had never brf of such a thing. J ha called tar the inanajer and, that iodiviil. i al arriving, the little mai. mads known hit c emaxd for a discount. Tho manager ob )cted on the ground that the suit hadn't ieen in stock for nearly three yean. Then t ts iittlj mail blandly admitted that he had 'orn the tu.t on Sundays for one-year, as a ltuiness suit another ;&rt and had been Izockisg about la it fcr six months, but be said he thought as the suit had faded, be should new get a discount of at least half the price on tha next purchase ai a balm to his wounded pride for wearing a fad-l MIL The sales man trembled, tho manager vas startled and offered tbo little maa 81 discount, osten sibly to get rid of him, r perhaps, as he said, because of his marry former porcbses. The litthi man refused It with scorn. He loftily said he thought the boute was n reliable houso, and that the just and proper toing to do was to allow il'tn (& on the coat. The manager smiled sardonically and id: "Jly dear sir, I trust you will pardon me, but for solid.ty of cheek I think yoa are uu equaled in Now York." ' Then the little man looked scornfully upon the manager, gathered up bis SmJ and posed out. The manager returned his look with au amused smile, tut that tired and once lofty salesman proceeded to rearrangt tha stock and envy the customer his astound ing cheek. "An, n-e." he sighed, "with my face and figure and is ehcek how I would .cetoaia the worldf Njjv York Etsaing Ran. JL Brisbt Serraat 2J Mlstres m (severelyVBrilgt X told yoa to tell thoso ladies Uot 1 was oat. Bridget 8o I did, nrao,; I said yoa wes out, bat I thought you'd, be back la a few minutes, an' begorra, mem, they said tbeyg sorae in an' waU.Sew Tork Sun. A MACNIFlCtVT CHEEK. a isouaa t3r"s Top. One top Is named Stonewall Jadts-a, . because of an unconquerable tendency to "ride ahead ot the rest This mnne shows that "Barbara Freltchle" has stock: Io the memory of at least ons small boy. Another long legged top, which has o'de rfded preference for a stationary attitude u spinning, and wears on appeet oX pa- Jent, siniling dignity, Is named Gen. Grant, because, iu ownei said, it sug Bested to hlra Gen. Grant "sitting (a h!a ? window and smiling down ou the children going by to church" obviously aa iacj. dent of the BtnrmiTS last illness whlca had impressed the small boy's foaglt tion. There Is a certain battered old top, seamed with bwhingsand perforated with hostile peg holes, which nevertheless Ilea very closo to It owner's heart, and which" proudly bears the designation, always quoted oi its fnfl length, of "DahieXWb ster, tho old war horse." Ono top has the name of Pegasus, a tltla which the "Listener" fosdlyiancied showed & clas sical tendencr oa tbo part of Toznay'a , tastes nnUL upon inquiry, he found that-" It was borrowed from the name of " -Ughty approved locomotive on the Bostoai -and Lowell railroad. Boston TraascrlDt:' - 'listener." . isr - V ' - A Sptrilrd Amnean laj. '-,-"- '-r I was recently tokl a good stcrv about-" j ttviriusl Aracran'UJy, for whom a" titiej femab frWnd liftd Iino'ertatcn -tho'T dciicsts ciHMn of inritio; for her ai nuuibcr of guests to fill her houso atvL, Ascot during the races. Among thesa,4 guests were nuinber,U seven male sclonjfc.. of tho Crttisli aristocracy. Two of thes' personages behaved s gentleraen ihouldfe do, and were all courtesy awl BmlabuityKgfe' to their hostess. Tho other fire nclcdrksg-r tlso British cad is apt to do uadfcrftnyr ciroumstanccs, nnd pcrabtntly snuoTSd--" Ue lady under whoso roof they rr'enZJ. . -V staring. Ontlw n rn cf Hrs-Xi K to ixindon. eJh? was . ,resl who her cucKts '. bod been at Ascot. I had tlio pleasur ot entertaining two entlemen and -five? xaou, wasiier ass r. iius reply goil abroad, and every ctr cf the serea called onoa her afterward tsnwcas separately! snd individually t hope Uiat bJha3 cccs ons oi too i ' cs&uesotK CJg, PhfiaddpbUTelrtph, ?- . L - is?-. ..-- ""it WC-.rZZSX .