Asa Rhodes. No. 4.162, Co. G, 71st O. V. I., admitted from Cleveland Dee 1, 1898. was found dead in bed in a room he occupied in the tavern building, about which a r deal has been w r i t t e n in past The building stoorl on the Milan across f r o m the south-east corner the Home grounds. About 7 o'clock on the morning of Dec. 14, a veteran who also occupier! one of rooms made the discovery that Rhodes was (lead. The old man a young ir.an IIP claimed as ;i son, made brooms in HIP b u i l d i son had disappeared a few weeks before the father's death and it was reported at the time that illicit distilling of spirits had been going on t h e r e of nights and about the his departure several neighbois declare that they saw d h t i l l i u us loaded on a Jim* dealer's wagon and when the b u i l d i n g several months l a t e r , real evidence i found t h a t other occupations the manufacture of brooms had carried on in the old building. Anyhow there was an air of mystery prevailing the whole promises from t!io fact that every crack and crevice securely covered from the inside t after dark not a ray of light coulft be discovered within the building. William Holly No 4.173, fo. n.