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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - April 21, 1870, Kokomo, Indiana                               VO KOKOMO. INDIANA, THURSDAY. APHIL 21, 1870. NO. 25 KOKOMO-'tf-RIBUNE, rtTIILIXMKU KVKnr Tlll'H.XIlAY 11V A tvn.ixuArv' AT KOKOMO. IND. OPKIOH IN TKIBUKE HUJIiDiNG, Coratr MnH> ry anil lUilroati fUrtcH. M f os> For Om Veir in Ail ancu IT Nut IViiJ in AJVance -'.50 MATIN oi- One square (tlie ipjce dfone weak M ami 60 icnla fpr each luldilional luio. in Jino 1 j'r I inch (Jllic.-' UO 50 UO 00 00 cunit-r I'll ATTORNEYSTLAW. ATTORNEY AT LAW AVJ. Ul AIM AHE-ST. KOKOMO. INl'lAXA. Specul allenliiiii givi-n m BB-! iho letllcimnl of Ejialt-i and Aim proMculcs, nil clasiiM ol ClainH tgain.-.! tlie Office ovpr Am .v si ATTOKNEYS AT LAW, KOKOMO, JXU. I col. 2 UO] iiOU I DO oo s oo 1300 1 DO l 6 00 i 00 I 7 00 i; oo 8 00 10 00 15 00 8 00 12 00 I.') 00 22 00 Ji Od 7 00 10 00' 1JOO 3 00.12 00' 1800 It) OOjlJ 00 3000 15 00120 00 IS 00 00 10 00 UO 00 13 2500 4000 COCO I IQOt Altho above r.itLM. Kill e r ti.iu mt-un must (aku lliu rur. uf the p.iper. fur clmicu luculmns rn'.cii will bo per aquara foruacli tu tlio parly jiublUhiDf; or at tbu rates namod in IsUe if uru pnblialied in IIUUM. br- rCids whOiruud a pjiiil-for TKIBU'.SIS IL- jcro Hie parlies iiro part jiul pjrcol of families Hit 't'ribuno, onaMnllftr mini lliK nulict it it ivitl -iot Innorluil. OornraiiMictttioiM to prouiulu urivatu ailverlNinjf ritcj. AdrdrtijCpiiionls, unices thu nuiiibur of inaor- (ioua doairod is the copjr.ivillbaciin tincU iinti! onlunid out, vliirguil ivl Wliorinlhpticw'lSccnti for cacti line. IlcHgioiitfftiiit Educational implication .lUlia oilice, niiy to cmitrnctctl (or nppli Ktlov ConfiiactoM vilh tho Tribiino Ofllco is is nunt lobbing ilonnrlincnt, all lien, an Ilieru is in Hie Stnte. ('uilurs, C'nrtla, Illiuikf, CireiiUrs, Ac -mi ho eteculL-il speuilily niul bruiili- (ully. Knrtliiiki'td of work CASH MUST .UjtvJMI'ANY ALL OKDKHS Aililrost .ill unltrH to T1IK TIUIIUXK. M KOKOMO, im OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. HvWUi'd Coil r I MuoH -illi Mundiij I'fMnv anil JOHN OAVII, Turin I weoks, C'UIIUIIDII IMcaw Moetn Ith Moniliiy in r'cbrr.irj, June, Scpliniber U-rni I Iml.. Ju.luc. .ioiier't- moots on itiu liral MoiiJ.iyB in Jimu. September, Oecem- licr, ami on the second n: April is a lloanl uf Kquiilizutiim. Jotximn II. I.. Mirolnnil ni.il rilr.iltoii, Cuiii'iiissiun- Is le Sheruun KOIUJ. Nf.n 'qu ire. it JA Attorney at Law :iiul Public. Kokomo, Ind. Ollicu Xurtli niile I'ublie Sijuare ill llie ollice oniii-'rly occupied Ly It. Hunnctl. Will practice in all tlio UmirUof tlie SMI..'. Spc- ciul atlimlion to collection? inul business o! Administrator. K.xccutor miJ vul 18-n20 -if t OF COUNTY, KOKOMO. IND. Will iM-itc and take Acknowledgment's of deilmi' in ReilKdUtumll find Jt to r...1 in newK tlinr a'.h nnt.iee to cull.in ni a. D. MUKR.W __ _________ TH K (JOS hTA tKNO K. Ir'rvn of Tim slar. Vpnl II Promptly at the hour, on WcdilCiday J'.Uhop f'larl- oiled ihe Cun eienrc to ordi r run! opPiied reading ihe S-lth I'sfilui. ,'i- tin- iii-l !i'--nu. and .t -Wmid li--0'i. the illi eh.'ipter "f 2nd f'niinllii in-, flu .iLu. luud th it hiiiiitiliil m" With flip word- 1 AnJ art; wt> ivl fllim Anil see i-aLhotHern The Ilishop reiid In mn mr.-i iu a mild. lone, making the spniinipiii nnn-iiiilly pi ell v. HP idiil the lirjt- IH'II lim- of cai'li :is the hynn Tin- led In Mr. tho eiifiip conLfrCL'itinn join- ing. rii it M: "v i i, U'e rejii-ci our in ibilitv to print in this olnci'ucnf pr.tyrr, it wa? so :atk :01II' .Mn.sler, oiu', work during tin year had not all been haircii. He Cod's .i-k'dlo m.ide airl it was ordered in Ihf of IJ. Nfl-h, L. J. Templin. of plnce. arnonjr the number of eramiflted nnd his wa-. not t-iii'iijivcl. 111V nj- KI.IIKI: I. rp.i-oti of the f.vt lhat MMirril- report- Ind ln.cn cimiKitrd ajriin-t ICIder s.. ihe fions of HIP vlnirch wheie IK- lin- !ms bcpn to report a -eiii-s of V A: KltOll, ATTOKXEyS AT LAW, KOKOMO. J. f. j. M. runs-. ATTV'S AXP COL'NSKM-OliS A 'I LAW IND VOTAKV rrm.io. KOKOMO, INDIANA- Will prncticu in nil tin1 Courts in 'Hit1 Stale. Ollicu in Dr. .Liinc-1 Itlock, S. I.. Col itr of MU.TOV BUM.. VIITIIL'II a. 3KI.I. x ATTOHNEYS AT LAW, I'liriliiiiiN llinck. N. K. corner 1' KOKOMO, IND, .irvi t n. fJod-llnil .whil I- O til I.UTHKH S.GKIT, If. II. Jons N. Us-DKiiwuoii, It. VULK Ko- nril '.AtidiCcir, Clerk, Truiiauror. SlienlT. KICIISV. llocimlcr, ItKNJAUiN r'lKI.U School koino, (ud CllJ iKoltOlUO, J. Uooriii. Mayor. A. 11. Slnraliul. A. A; IlKKKi, Treiisiiri-r. K. M.CI.IOK, Clerk. I'.. A. MOOIIK Asacsaor. COUh'CII.VKN. J. A..IIIIIIOS. X. I'. Ilicliiiinnd, W.inl X 1 W. K. Kiallcr, K. (J. U-.ich. W. U-Aiili. A. f. .1 0. W. rujrsnn. T. Hail, PHYSICIANS. II. C .11. IMIYSICfAN SUROKON, KOKOMO, OH'.ee over Oryilui nrtti-emV vmblle squnto. To WHOM IT >i iv We tlic umlursipnod corlili that Mis I' Sin bun snccDdffiilly pucliced Mulrtiftij In out1 vicinity fir cluiun renni. nnd we ncimi- iMfnd hor to tliu pcoplu ol n i in Unit tup icily. Klunbutb M Itun. 'l.vdin Miein, U. C'. Ctriiur. Litry Mary Atkinson, .Mnrni Stautor. Miirv INirlir, -laiu Wilkinson, M. A. Amos, M.ngsiiul Kims, Miry Wait, -S. .1 Onlvyrl, l.co Vxsi'oiiT, Isii.. March IS, 1S7U. Ut-idciicc So. JI MnrHcl St., Ivoknino, JHO T E LS 0. L. FAIH.KNKK, 1'ropnuto-. KOKOMO, INH J011X I.. FAULIvXI'li, Ol.P.lilv D E NT 1ST R Y i tlio fiyolmdOiicrnthe Surgery. I. C. Jons-nox. M, kvmdvnve: Cornor L'n inn mid T.i> lor Si's. WJI.SLOTT, M. l> C'or. Main nnil 't'.ii lor Sfi. IHl'S .V VS'ill attend i-.illi prwinpilv all hiMir nll-lf J. 1MIYS1CFAN Ollicu N'n. It. OAifc the ll.inlw.iri; slurt of Armstrong, Xixon KiHlsi'U' I'tiblic s [urin1, KIM H- ino. Imlitum. All imd ill Ine best niMinor .nnlvi.iirantoil. ii cull if ton uint lir-U duns lit rciisDDiibli! liriciH. n2" -If N'o. 3J, i lluu.to fc SURGKON, U. Strix't, tlie Oltlco In buck Ofur 1'utlhiin eorutlr 1'viblio room, luft band. 'Jd atnry, RULKCTTC 1'HYSICIAN A "NO SUUGKON" I'dtliciitar ntWiitlou to Chronic Disfaaci W.L.WIN'SLOW, DICNTAL SliRGKON. Suiiili I'lirmr I'ublu S jiinro M'orlc up stuiri, of u onion and oliildro I'rompl iitlonlion jifon to nil culls in my pro- W. A. OLA 1RV 0 Y A NT I' 11 Yrf 101A N. 2nd door cast olTiilliMiii .1 Collin't Stoio tils'jirofus'innal sorviccsVi His cltiicn  Bcfttt: nlS L. ktRS." BK. L. 0. MILLER. V I I   .1 HIIIP not I'timiliar to llie audit nee so (inly a few joined in Ihe v. II.flood then prayed most ijriuiilh closing with 'i j eli- t ion lor l he lout: life ami better hi filth ol the pipsidmir o llii IT. M or i.tsiini- i I The addiTsscd the Conlcr- enee speaking of Llie social uf a of (.onfer- encc. rclipjioiih iiillnence. should at thi'-.o he had Mime within the of thi-i ConlPi't'iicp. lie referred to tilt1 lime, tho thnl h been linilt, llie forests lh.it j have bijpn removed, the Uomcs of i beauty (hat have bocn ijiade, the vil- ili.U h.id into cliii-., (hi- evidences Jof uilture and prosperity. I can but hope, he said. religions culture Kepi piu'e, l h'U-l i! lun. (itul s ive us fiom ,i fruitless minis- try tin ti. ol die diaih of Thompson, ab- sent from liiii family and they could not re.ieh him before depni of the de.ilh of ifingsloy in a foreign land. own voice trembled, own in the whole eoiifirefj ition. In notinLr flip procppiliims of thi? Coiifeicnce we not atlempt to print (hem entire, ll Mould be loo voluminous. To tollow llie jieneral run of the biisim all we Alter llic roll had been called by Ihe 1'ormerSecretary. Mr. Mdhin, the Conferi'iiee proceeded lo elect new 'J'hev a-si-rt conlldcncp in I'lder l.nnb, declare him an efficient pa-lm. the church under hi-; oiKimd in a flood -tale, th.it the ef- fort 10 injure him w.i- oncncled in malice und wi'Ked nun u-ilhoilf i'.-111-e. lli.'ll he K illlnn Pill. ihfit he hn> borne' ilic Blander coinmpiid.tble Chri-tiau foriiitidPand thai if llie Coiifei enep -hall leliiin him to iliem ihey will weleome him wilh ixtdided hand and yriiefiiT he.irls. panned (he, cliarjicicr tion. mca'ii lli.it the re- ports him aie to In- uidcroiiH aiul untrue. Lemon, wilh choked utter- tcu and teaifnl read an i nltinj upon the h.iraeterof Kev. Kddy, 'I'liO Preiidillg1 wore then c.illed nnd i (.'ported the comliiinn of the- work in his district. (he irime of each pivucliPi ihe eltlor slnti' w'" (her n artjiu'-i t'i it the Chtlfcli t-> h .1 I Ui-bop Cl.u-k would that mi iisknl if the rjiie-tion m lie bvey' shrill be rcccivMl. A motion tolip. O( ordrtipy eases. He -'bi> oitod and e tiff1 SECOXD At o'cloc'v on TMtitd.iv ing there was a soodly ntiii.ber the citizens o.t' the church to part'ic-ipnl gioiu vui n ilu- :n llu- ieii- of thctoti fercnce, Bishojv in ihe ehair JJCP thf Dr. K D. of Indiii fill an'thoi-itie-, j-apolis. icd thf, lie iPd a part uf the lULh thapn r of U l i.___ i ._.... 11 bi acted up- close It (Kri- on and tl e vole vote w.'iii fikcn will eome nvFi'ii run 111- MMistVV, Ii aiinoiiiiccil pa-f-ajfc .il a thn lhat IJishop 1 HTM >r rrn iJ'j'' The ino- lion, invited {he usei linr nil re- Llion tin1 ifisaioiiiu'v Colloi-liDii tin1 u amiomtCL'il An prciichcr iilcil oin- hundred tUilhu-- to ('onli'i-i'in'i1 liy .IsniK1' l.r-iiiin. ninlion llic (and lollii' aid soclotv. 1''''u Ineilnen uere then inlro- dui od bv the I5Miop who -hook tho iuuid of e'leli the io< eive them. liev. lllijnofk, Of llif com cm. Inl-.tulnced and appnlu- (d a lime nnd place when he would il'ike membei-ot In1 Ooulorenop. The morniiiL' ihfii nd- iiirned. i. MI.in. At an I'nrly hour 1-mt Imivh "is Illlcil lu ib. uttermost ipacity Kor f-omc thu HMS icjjaleil with ii No. North side Public Sqnnie. Kokomo, Ind.. Mrmii- fi-.ctnrcr and He ilcr ui Sudd lea ir.d this Jim had lit inj simp on IIM riMWimblc almij- i" tlni of tin1 State. Carrinur Kxcciitcil naftllv -mil promptIv. ilono lo order. N. II. llll.l.lh. Dec. 21. HARDWARE. Wholesale Dealers in roilSlON A UOilKSTlC IfARDWARK, CUTLERY, A IM SdfTH MKUI151AX STRKKT, IXOIAN.U'OI.IS. JO1IS B. II'UXN. INDIAN A. [48-om Eclectic Physicians, Obstetri- -romjis find Surgeons; KOKOito. INDIANA? Office orer A Collin'j Druf; Store corner Public Squaix', AUCTIONJEER. LICENSED AUCTIONEER, liuil risaiiy Kiponcnco anil will at- tend sales in any of tho on ruiMnn- iblo terms. Resilience" ul" Iheciij O duress, Koknnio. INSURANCE. Kev. 11. K. lltisly was for but he declined in favor of Kev. -MY. Mendenliull. Both ere noniinaled and a ballot foi but it tailed. Finally n motion lo make Mr. Mendenhnll Sierctary and Mr. llasij prevailed bv a lame M. A. Teajjnp was elected try and Hart- is llti: The bar ol the fixed to include till s-erus in front of the and those on each side of ihe pulpii. should note and not take -scats, intended only I'ormember- i in. not it ov t Tim hour for meeting lived at S A. M. nclock and adjoiirniiieiit at It should IIP iimlei that thp public workiim houtv of tin1 Confer- ence are in ihe forenoon. JJniin the afternoon, the committees ineei in the church, in little and look like man) The Conference Steward- were ap- pointed, or rather confirmed, but we did noi catch the name-. SI l I I'M MI TTV.Vs TSII-'rvsi: OK Mr. .Mahin, I'. of the Iticliinond Di.stiict. rcpoi t- Ihe name of Kev. A. S. Iviiiiniii was culled. At once Mr. Kiniinn arosQ and thai there was much iiud auaiiiil hjnisi'li, Chirk 'ailed liitu to older Ihe I'resi- liny w ould er fu -t. Mi. IUIIIIHII wit" abotit to  vas sinig bv the an dicnce, after wliich ho k-d in The pi aycr i nnd seemed throne of Grace in gidt ospeci I'ui lh_ _____., iiifliienep of the the members ot'tlic coiifcrfricp, and ihp I'iimilics of o'ir town The Sccrc-tiiry cnllerl the full of the absentees. .Several of them ifiistt'tfrcd the call, but n nuuibpr were still ulHuiU On motion, llic furlhur culling of lliu roll was dispensed wilh. The AI liie piopcr luno ihe jhli'-jiiiii'v-il bv ihe rending of ho Dih ohaplei of lliu prophesy of by Wood. Tho eon- Iod by me choir, then  n 1's.alin ii S Tlie speaker toiinu'Ueil that llie isilm was writt> n a ih'.us'ii d Boil's buloie and that llic author ship was smciilud lo David. The tine naitii't; of Chi it I'-, kinjjiloin noldearh uiideittood by early minutes of yeslcrdnyn were i and nppioved. u mittt-c on PoBt.ofilo.pa and .Rev. .1; T. Hhaeklcfoui appointed iu hia place The of Ra.lroad retnin pulses tlUcii3sc.il and some te ports ivfip made slit) w ing llml some ofthorotida nrn very and otliprs v illiberal. Our Indian- apolis load always pijines. in amonjr the liheial 'Mr. Eiviu wasnppuin led clerk, lo arrange and pjud by luiegraph or olherwise. Hiahop Clark look occasion to remind theliotise thalll.o onlcr was not good and he excused himself in advance foi: Ll e ncLCisily ufeall- iny niembois poi sonally to older slujuld it occur. i T WAI sic i oi u i.t The reporl of tin: of this tJolleije was load, it represeiiled the msliliitioii .successful, spoke kindly ol the city where locnled a.id olhcrwiii: tonimendpil the .sc-htiol The report it Ihe Ttiislees of tins oollesre read in t whow injr the assuls to be iibotit. ui- lit.g huildiiiff 'unl giotnidi with u mall debt. emetlU" ai e iibonl to be made and Pres. liobii, son lo bu tlu- rifj'nt man in the lixhl place. "H is hoped in two nr ihroo 3 ears to m-jke Iho col leye soli' susUiininii OK TIM: 1 ITU Khlei Good made a lepoiluf Ihe dislnel slioivinjr an Iciil eoiidstiiiii reiiglouslv, linaii- cially und ui'u i wise Of Kev M'.Howeis, of his 13is- tiict, KUlpr flood made a slalenu'iit llnr, seumed to give him grptU pain was lo tho cllcct at Mi. Ii. has IIPUI pi-enlinily allleted alli'cling I'oried a irood of lie announced that 11 biolher Cecil of Middlelon h id (0 ihe Tin: CAs-r. man annoiinceJ that -incc iiliotln i had been tixed .11 lOu'eloik in-diiy .ind thni they wore rwidy then lo l.euiu ihe c.isc AS thej would bo at au> time, he a-ked ih il it might be laki-n up ai tlark prompll) dcvuKd thai (he ca-c he uVt i until iho time named. Waller K. elected 10 Elder's inidci irood niu- elected, al- so Win. 11. P. ILikoi'. the prc.-onliilioii of lluMUine of Itnv. .Mi. UilJ, of Miami oniuij.il Mined that unup objetlioii to his iidininistralidii. He had received and nn t piencher ._. i i.ioli.ihlv oitl- nf hi- authority. The minister lefirndlo W. K, Llobiok. Mill -t.ilcd lhat he h.ul acted by tin; full am hoi it j of the Kev. M. Hill if confession nnd munition were ni.iiiitV'sied. Mr. Hill sflid there was Mr. llobaek -jd him- -elf mimsii'r. spoke of Ihe timidilj of Mr. Hill and that he liail b.-cu Imposed upon I God in-Tv'y on the tho pi each or who tquoaU or upou this question. Col. Uaj lor tho of "A th.Hi'iD.t irarj." Mr. ll. le.ul. the audience Kev. 111. Wood Chaplain of the N. prison (introiiuci'd lu (.'ol. R-iy a man nut of the on hi-j good behavsoi.J Ho stHtoil that the of the pi Uon w ere Ihoru for bad beluvior he could onlv ilumig good behavior In spoakinj; nf tin1 early hi-toiy of the county and in telling some nil- ecdfjtes lie coiifeieneo as extending from Kail creek lo and ill.; norihorn boundary of cveryiliiiiy in tliu old geograpiiii's licea deseribcil by the 'uimxplorod legions.' lie spoke ii.ielligoi.tly and amiis- ingly on the questions ul wlii-ikoy and tobitci'O. liov J. U. lluteUinsoii: Ho ha 1 tuobbuil forifdking Piosidimr V.lvler in the nature ot' a contract, and i.-, not yoidablc by either of llie The proarhor cannot tako back his He reciu'd n possible where the witnesses an accused and gnilt) mijfM die. Could ho ihcn pica in the climvli? ijticli a view a cluinctf to temper with witnesses-, ihi-iu out of the, way, bny tJteni and would defeat The aetioii of Klnnitii was not sudden nor excited, as alleged, for lit had 10 thiul. tlu> miUler as well 118 many tears dropping iho statement A aupcr- relalion granted Mr Bowers und something bai I about :l support. J. 11. Vayton was a isu- clu islnuis, en the Apostli-s iho'L for some time that kingilom pcmiutaled relation. was to lie a tPinpoi.il'one ar.d UUP J-'ldor the ol them Pi'uii K> crilitist1 the lor an iniiiiiniion tlnit I Ina life was soon to terminate Jeiusnlpm. Il tuok :i long lime. 1 educate lliP and primitive ciiiibtiuns upon the irnc nature uf Ihe dinich ol pluisl. He called alli-nliontc the gi.ind snppriuUu-l- pni-p of ail I lungs bv an oiiiniseiu, C and an omnipresent. Nations wet1 oonliollcd in their dcslinie-i by a God ol love and uf power The iheu COIUP HI notiio hat we are lo imdeislaud by the inn of "IP heathen In Christ for his inheritance, ll the gathpr- ing of the nations, of llie earth inlo the fold of Christ by Im- inllucnei of the Il a gospel of loyc K so loveth ihe M-orld that he gavp hl-onlv begotten who- I'he was widely when a motion for u i-otnt.nilcc Mr. lliH'u eharnolor wa- and he i-loi-ied I'.bli us Mr. and X. P. w eic eleited to I )eacoiiV 1'cane, Ci l> Pow- ell, Samuel C Miller. Win Peek, -bis, S Miller. Leonard. w no in M'VIN os i in The diameter of ihe follow Minna ministers and ihe-v w ere cniiliiined   lepoited missionan collection when he would Then tin1 examination woull iho Elder w onld i'< presont him and then tin1 vote would ho taken, TnH K the custom. brethren xfcre introduced and rcpeivod when Ihe Conference iidjonviitd, ilw Ul-sliop Iriviu-r Hist culled iho connniitees. thp of each aiiiiouneinp; when :ind (ho commit lee would ineel in Ihe. afternoon. it bocjiube uf my uidiiai 'I'hank God temporiinee piiuciplcs are becoiuing moie populur. IK- hoped ihe preacher Mr. Spollman had luleucd lo may bo uonvei led Saloons he called to h'-ll." oxlivnu-ly nulical. M.iiiiio boiiifj call- ed for i-.iid lie fek like a iiuh-marimi ultors.ich Tie painted the temperance millennium !uo-t be.uuiftiil) So mallei ho'v many fureiyners let Iho Pope ami nil hit. miuioiii lOiue the lirsi )eur Iho) will drink hitfci'. ibo in'.M the) V ill liallolnjiihs a', Ihe MolhodiM A rtor his ho doclined Vrt receive his credoiitisiK buck that nn invi-su-j-atloii misht be had. A luonth nil or lie withdrew hoilidwnut Ui renew hU rolsikm nnd lie sent nwiiy to n new plaoe. In the meantime lie wns preparing1 for :i civil Miil, went to Crawfoi'fls- vlllc, hiiutod up Carrie. Dunning, tho was u party iu Oie.seftiidiU, -lu ti prlviuo linen-lew al Her father since been reporlod dcftd. Calf-' ne Dimuinn ofl'orod n brlbo'of live ilollnv  n n i o s Home Ins. Co., N. Y., 00 Undcrwrilor's Xcxr York. Home Ins. Co ,Xew Ha TCP., Conn., Xorth American Ins. Co., New York, 00 in him l have .OPVCI- bclu-xi pori.sh. but life.'' Love moved God to not upon of ibis diatiitt, in wliich Uicrc .u-e charge.s, in a good gieo and prospeious Ho. spoke specially ol Uip unloriinse of Mils uty ils rapid advance- incut Klder Unnics announced the expiration of his term. He hoped aelne work be jrivcn him fin lie was -rood fit ci.il eai.s ICldei H.UIICS iptirud lu allpw the prcu-hei-, of his disliic.1 to teport. They nil assembled at the Elder Baines was called in iiisit >r DUl! UARNK.s HIM KI, I', 1-liiiH Di-IVri' darK, the enjih1 be.ifiinto move in cniwd.s nnd to tin1 M. V. C'limch. Ai an carl j 'hour, th" tp it's cajiaciis In and. A season spent in [i.i'her ill Ihe river al '.'randH. iil 1VM 'l'l'> Totql capital ropresented, 00 ?i in very Headstones' 'Moou- meals. Pufclie Sq-urs, Kokomo. WJlJj Detached Frame Brick Dwellings AT THE FOLLOWIS'O RATES I year, from, "i to per cent. Three years, from 'o 1 to 2 All Policies are paid up; uo premium taken; no assessments, PERSOSS W1SH1IXG IXSL'RASCE will find mo at the office of T. JAY, RUSSELL DOLMAN, in KoltoniO) I ml- Jan. 1. '68. The various .standing eaoh oil'.1 from cueh irici. appointed but it done -o rapidly that wo Jpnld npt u'ft tho li.st, Tho lire on (Mblo Cause. Temperance Tiaci Canso- School-. K.dncation P. T. Siout muvcd that the committee on Temperance be eharg- 10 considor the propriety of includ- ing tobacco. ordered. COMMfXlOATIOXf. The Bishop announced a num- ber of which were each referred to the proper commit- tee. The exhibit of the conditon of the Book Concern the total as- sets tp be 51. whom arc apprised of the f.icls Enclosed find my parchments. I wilhdaaw from he denomination wish to be no moie recognised ns a memhei of the SI K Cliuri.li. I do this without ill Iceling toward hei whom I have ti u d to (or 17 years aslto tho best of hiy abil- ity" But 1 thing can bo proven against mo that be desired by some men now deter- mined to i nia me I n in Yours Truly. A H. RINNAN. Mnhmstated tKataiibseijtient- ly Sir Human took him to n room and offered lo convince him that llicrewaa.no truth llic it he would return the pnrchme.its and send him away ;o anotlihr sta- tion. Later .Mr. K demanded a retuiu of the parchmeiiU. Rev, H. Good offered a her hsof (wtiic'1 we Sailed to get a copy the purport of which was Hint lad tendered hi A comiiilftcc consisliiiLi1 of J. AT II. Miller. J. H. Hutchiuson and IJ. D. Spelman appointed to draft resolutions of the senti- ments of rotiference in regard to'ihe inrmngemcnt of llic Book Con- cern. The list ofsuperannated and snpor- nnmei'ay prcnchws were called nnd most of them were ret.iiired in Jiivsent i-olntibns. 3Ir. since Mr Kinnan b resignation in view of chargeii for his immoral conduct withdrew from IUP Church, .herefore the Confereii-e has no ju- risdiction in the case Rev. Dr. Bowman who is i friend of Mr. Kinnnn, spake against tho resolutions of Mr. Good He were not a settled point nf law lhat lie' could net withdraw under the circumstances wilK.out concurrent action of the body to he belongs? He referred to the act of Bishops in IS4S ami lo a ruling in IS'U. The letter he said he had telegraphed for but it, had not oeen received. Certainly, he said, this was a settled rule of jtiris- tho plan of salvation. It moved (he bios-ed .lesu-s liScert and die on the It love that ihe clmi'dips to action, and !ove y moving tho grand niachliipry of Ihe missirjniiry in all the of fife earih. Cod h tendiiiir tin1 gospel jilan. prom- ise lo ihe'Son .ind ihe. Son'; recjue.st or prav or to the Falliei aie 10 the same intent. The woild promised to and he it a? his own riirhl, his rijrht by pin-Lhasc. as he cume from the of I'IP I'lither and sojoiirnpd among men and linnl- ly died on the cross, :.iW thus paid the ransom price with his own blood, lie thus turned the wrath of God from an oll'cndiiur world upon him- self, nnd Ritffprpd until dhlnq Ju tire vits fully retlcemcd and hf Uu claims It his own HP then proceeded lo s-how licit f'hrisi fully compptent for tho work of siibdupiiig the world unto himsplf by 10 hi- the instrn- IIP i.- usinsr. Alleomerlcd men a.-c worker5 in cause. Thus of thou of faithful and potent jnstru menlalilips i.s pushing forwaiil I In victories of thecrc.as in all the zones j of the eaith. and tiicday is not f.ir distant when llic of the Chris- tian religion will spread overall countiies ami guild all their shores Christian ministers go on. push for- f he conquests nf our blessed master. Have no foe. Let it be your ambition by grai e to conquer very many, and yon s'hall be event- ually rewarded with everlasting The sermon was delivered wilh lie spoke of Presiding K-hti-ra as ihp fifth wheel of a wuriagi: and he Ihonghi mrri- should have u filth wlncl. Af- tci few pleasant rcunarlth st'pmed lo annoy the Elder nol knowing what, it meant, iheBishop, on the part uf the ministers, pre- sented him with a very handsome Gold Watch nnd chain worth about one Inpndred. arid Ijfty dollnis :ii oken of high respect md Christian eourtpsy. The Bishop's remarks were beautiful and alTcct.ing. The the and Bishop limself were melted to tears. Klder llarnes ipspondcd '.ritli n I'd 11 and thankful lieai I saying eral very pretty thin b 'J'hp oc- was verj interesting to all tho members of the Conference and each one seemed to 'oe as happy as the recipient of the iuin Ihomc pros ent Unlike most of such presen- Elder B. had not the least hint of Ihis pleasant nfliiir until occurrence. Klder Munson of the Ft. dijirict, repoiic'd ninolce.n in his jrenotr.1 rcviva' over ihedistrict including the three chai'gto in city, o.'er tweh hundred additions tu the clunc'h, greiu of In his long report. IIP related of one minister, whose snlaiy ic only and that "20 ihoit', Unit he bought a np'.v enit to joiijo to con- ftrencc and thai lie accidentully np- sct a lamp and suit an.l his wfc's clothing all were binned, but he was ready to go anywhere the conference might.send him. Elder Mnnson si.nonnped the closp ot hutc-rni Wilsoui ot Warsaw dis we'll had a m C'ol. Jfilm Uny rend thp hjnm. to the Lord and lhat Unl --iiiiX' IIH a .Melluullst coiiftremilion can Kev. .1. V. H. Miller led in praj cr. His prater WIK eloquent and ourneil. m.iinly d'pd's nid iu i he' elicit   were approved A larjji1 number of hid ins from i dist.inco were pieson. al tlm open on this also a inimbc of piPiuiIicrH not present before in eluding Rev. Mr. Sims, who occ'ii pipd a t'pal with .Mr Kiniiais. TIM: LAW' QUESTION The following; is the law Mil'iinittocl to ClarU the pro day with his answer: Kinnaii. llorl.nvxorsiild to hor 'you, lor Rinmiii, (lion ho will got Ounii lot- ilva ilioiuaud dollurt-- nnd Ihon you can sue und :l ril- M- lo a Inlk with Klmnm. Ho unl Ihr doinlN of ihe reportti ngnS'iKl ril I en bill front them M> fin an the wan fincori I. lie did htalii Ihut Klu- niu bad iHiniprouJxril with the illi.-i- him live hundred lolliov, (hut he hnd borrowed llfly 4if mimcy bitrk nnd hud Ilu piiyiiicnl buck for mil' tin nun. lie Inul leiirned Unit tin1 girl Inul Ived  w. HP I :u! no tidviep lo (five Kin- nun. Mr. Mtllpr him soruP- Ihin-r llko "I hiivc no ndvlco io yon but IMP chartfon iiro sorloiiH nml ellerl your rehilimiR to your fflin- ilv and church. If it worn my a incnibcr of .in I would wilu- draw before, churjrcs are Conference is expelled fiom tbe i oniHTtien and to the. CoiiliM'ence, can lie, during tin! peiidency of the apppal, be rc- ee'ncd inlo Ihp rhinch and licpiivcd lo preach 'i I, Biuni. T COMSOCK, II (ioni.1-. cannot. I) CI..VHK. Thin rineslion grew out of tin- case of K. Hob.ick to which we refcneil 3 islpiday. The relation of Samuel Lamb was changed from that of superan- nuated lo efSecLiip t HPY. Hull asked lo have bin relation changed to that of n Tom- peiancp agpiit. Seveicl jiersons spolce and n I'psolution. befori! tin; Temperance ponimittee. recommend ing Mi. Ilnll to be appointed lo the work he was rend. Kcv. Mr. Good spoke against action at pres- ent and the case was re submitted lo llie Tcmpprancc committee.- iirniin (ii .-rrw'Aiilis. This commi'tcp K-ported ujion iho rliiinm before ihoin. The rt-jioit included a cliiim for 8300 lo of city. Tlio IP- port was adopted nflcr or two but if I vvpfp T would' fight Wul you 'must tRinperain'e hviniis into (lift M. I', hymn ]f tlie riiilstodo its duly we cannot advance the canscoftern pcrancc. comution. ilns rcj anil in detail. it reported n very prosperous j 'Let cornriiuniiv the word union. This repo-t was very Of thief and robuet on tin: whislcy- Rev. 71. H. Lut u-> teach strong leinpei riiiee principle1) around the dnisidc'. U'e hope nf Iho world lips largely in the proper Kcv. Cj. V. Lemon made a motion that llie Conference now organiz' thccon-iituiioiiJilprovisioii.a Preach- Aid Soelciv. It organized. education of our children and put- tin" flic ballot in llii1 bands of wo- great earnestness, and brought forth manv tears nnd hearty aineos ftom his brethren. At the conclusion of the sermon Rev. Mr.Comstock, of ed the hymn. Before the hymn was'sang he indulged in some spirj'ed 'and very remarks. The bvnin was 'iheu sung and Dr. S. P. Oillctt. of Jndianapo- fis, led in prayer. The burden of the praypr wai for a qualification upon the partof :hs ministers com- mensurate wish their work. After a for to day. one of'syhich was'that'tbe Rev. J- Oomstook will preach nt 1 o'clock !D front of Dr. PattUo'n" store, Doxology sung and benediction by Rev. Phillips. and then 'adjourned until to-day at man. ten o'clock. The saute gentleman offered a rei- olmion directing the Secrctarip- to gpt the usnal minutes, of the Confer- ence printed. The number of the pamphlets was and the .-nm do-cidcd upoif to be draini from the fund to for the Elder H, J. Aleck, or Go-heu roportt-d iu lengthy detnil and rhovring general revivals and a good condition with eharg'- had been preferred ajpum Rev. T. Barnett. of {p'Owing out of sonic tracwiction. >fr. tri'ii not present Kldpr be conclitfrtcduc-pftrdfrig to discipline. Elder" 0. Lemon, ol' Anderson district, reported in detail and c-d to have, been in excellent humor when wrote It as propcnsity for punning 011 the names of tin preacher? and the He ro- Col Ray thanked God that bis w ife and mother WPK- wriinnn. Rev. H J Lncy: We want more or a sinalhr number trant more tobacco or THK K I V.f.1 On the day hcforo, Elder Good liadofleu'd tlie wing resolution: A. K, Klnnan. late n nibinhurof thin Confr-rcncp, did, in view of HIP upar probnblp tion o f him of im moral conduct of :i grave volunirily and of his own accord tfi'dcr to'Rpv. M. Mnhln. I'rciildin Elder of his Dlntrict. Inn withdraw- al from the ministry and mcuibpr- sljjp of the Chinch, and did voluii'niliy Ftirrcn- dr-j- to s'lid Presiding J'ldfr hi' ere d of ordinal which wilb- drawnl miTPinlpr wore at tin tinie dtilr aj-cpjitpij by t-.-iirl Presiding Elilor .1- the rcprp'i-iitalivc of UK flnirch il Nearly every whisky seller U n for- eigner of Toruion r-xtrr.ction. He would feet) and clothe nr.d tdu- cale the children of every drunkard at the expense of the eeller. lie would not oppose di-jfrnnc'-iscment for the Uiird diunJj. pey P IJ Spcllioan i Wlmt is the mailer? LcUiargy. A member of thU Conftreucu was fiskad.to-day to make a five minutes lernpernnce Bjieech. He said he liid never made a temperance speech Mercy (Mercy from fifty persons.) He told, a story of a melanchcily hogs, melan- choly because they ara going tc a still-hou-je instcttd of tbe slatigbter- Jfenolertl. That tl of tlie KUU-r. in -ur-h ilhilrau.'d aud siirrcudfr, liTcby and rritjtlrd thii Conrtfrcnep, wilhdrawal aiif to i.-ikc pffcct from time of the tfiidpr and a, before Ile-iolrc'i. That, by (if MIC! withdrawal and siuru-mn'r, A S- Kiiuiiiti no longer a rnlnii-.tpr, o a member of the K. Chun h, am tluit this Coufprrnee no jiiri-dir tion ovtr him. ftwjlrcrf, Thai his nnrnf, hf od upon the irfrh'frrrf) llnrlff If" il out lo tlie death. he your own Wo weul to him hoping to find a plnce (o sinnd close by his nldo for WP hnd lovpd him, hnd known him from i boy nnd his father bcforc.jiiin. Bishop Clark remimlcd him thnl if Ins worn done with the relation of the facts that other mnttprs need not now be spok-Pii. K. Millei- filnled that Lhp litory of Mr. K.inmin nnd HIP girl hud come lo iiim as a grpnt sccrel but when it was common tr.ik lie felt it his duty to fro lo him und loll him aboii'. it. Ifp f.pokp of the Interview' referred to by Mr. Lcmoii and rc- liealed much of the story. Ho ml ndvifccd Mr. Kinnnn if ho did vithdrnw lo po (o Koine othpr plnco ?nl Mr. Kinnan replied Ihnt whom )nc falls IK Iho place to rise. Rev. Dr. Bowman talked of tlio nw poinlt. of ilic fluent first jiokp of the policy of the chnroli not o allow persons to ivlthdraw under i.'iffing rhargpu. Jin thought Mr. Mahin b.ii'i made a miHlake In recoiv- HH llic Kinnaii ihonld Imve been held for He ppokuof the peculiar sliilo of, nind Mr. Kinnnn miiBl IUIVP, bccK iii ind heconlil not net judiciously all wrought up as IIP wnc nnd hott'lio, lid act I'ronl impnUn und excite- iipnt. HP (Die Doctor) did not know nny thing of thi.s CHM- nnlil (PII dnyH'iigO. Mr. Kinnan asked him to render lie hnd told him lie v ould if hu rould do BO conscientiously, Hu hat) (ixaniinrd ihe and KiitUtloxt liimu'lf. ,i His brethren, }'fr LCIDWI JIBC( Mr. Millor. had not givcjk ndvlceii? thfty alleged but their manner was of dent advice- n'.-jt Kinnnn hurl upon Mr. MHlcrliml Mr. h.id remained Mlunl KO Kinnan it trr, tilklng other husriw daylight mil then dejired to withdraw hit, wwlgimtion. HP did nol begin ihe civil suit until thp fast day of (service; ryiil there arc, only two Ji Delays arO, often dangPToiin but in thin castt.il death. He a fair Iwp.ir- lial thorough Irinl. Thcgivli Rev. 3Eahin ppofco IS look the that ;i has- lljp Tjtgit t'> pnrcj nynv lions, The action of ihc "d'-lirpry of Ifi by !Mr. Kinnan and th rf-rpplirrn of Ihpm th thul fiic to R for KiniKin. She Ima. tilso 'sworn ftowixvw U W Jionefct, any pnc cm tcU W looltfu'g; at; He {.usjii- dojis uo'oiienml in Mr. Kiim'an'fi Ijiii occnce. newd tlie case, did il ftlriyi. in the imainipr of Ihu' pprfect gentle- man as he Jf 1 IK spoke fronra hpart it full of itccmed ,to, hare no pflcpl. Tho ibult S NEWSPAPER! SPAPERf   

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