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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - April 28, 1870, Kokomo, Indiana                               KOKO VOL. Ib. KOKOMO, INDIANA; KOKOMO TRIBUNE, SVKRV TUUK3UiV JJV AT KOKOMO. 1MB. OFFICE in TlllhUNE-BUIJJDJNG, Corner Mulb and lUilroml .Strwla. MM OK KorOne VearTn If NVt Paid In AJtancB HA'l'lX OK One ipuce of oue wwk i! 60 teals fur Oich additional insertion tliraa ___ ___ I lir. I lino; 2mo. j 3mo. j I ft JIOO.J2 40 2 00 4 00 3 OD; 4 00 li 00 r. oo 00 a oo. 7 00 3 00 12 00 1.5 00 22 00 35 00 00 T 00 8 00 10 00 Li 00 18 00 10 00 11 00 10 00 12 00 11 00 20 00 CO 00 dO 00 00 f 1000 1500 1800 2506 4000 60 CO HOOC At llio above rates, adrerlinainutita must tako iliu run of tiie paper. Fur choice locitiona Liighcr charged. per square for each cbirgaJ to tho parly publishing ;bem or al tha ratud in Eborti il Notice. Ueatlu ani uubMiad M nowa. iwuon purlios who road a paid-Tor I'maUNX in- iorttid ax noud whou the partius aru part jrd parcel of families who don't pay for tho Tribune, ono dollar must accompany tho notice or It will no) be injorteJ. UomnunioftUoua to promote private bo paid far at tharogiilnr aUTertfoing ralea. AiUorllBomonla, unions the of inaor- tious JosiroJ ia mirkoJ on the copy, will kocon- lioud until ordered out, and chared at regular riled. notices ISconU for each hue. Religious and Educational application at Oio oillco. limy be contracted for at lower Connoctod with tbu Tribune Office in an nuat fobbing depnrlmiMit, all new, aH thore is in Ihu Statv. J'uaUrs, IJitrdu, blanks, Circulars, ic.. Ac can LH uxecuted speedily and boauli- iullv. for this Iciod of work CASK JIU3T ACC'OVPASV AM. ORUKIIS. Address all to THE TIUliUNK. KOKOMO. INIX OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. IVoirurd Circuit Court Moetn 4th Ueudaj of Mtkr and JOHN DAVIS Torui Omtiiou INeitH Moela 4th in February. and Sttiitemb-ir term 1 WILLIAM GAUVIII, iiollemille. Ind., JuJjio. CeuamlNMlouer'M Court munis on the flnillomUvw ii. Juno. Soptombor, Decsin- Wn'MarcL; and ou tho Jecond Monday lu April ii a Board of Uruwu, ft. L. and Stratton, Comcnihsiou- OMcerN of County. U. fl.WlXBt.ow, JOHN If. UKDIHWOOD, Uioniv, .-Auditor, CUrk, Treajnrpr, Sheriff. Racordar, fiteliooi Kxauilnef, K. VAILI. Ko- iotao, lad City tti Kukoiuo. J.'Vi'. Ooowa. Mayor. A.M. DUKK, Itarshal. A. ItBKJCii, Tremurur. K. M. Olork. B, A. MOOBB. Aaueaaor. COUNOILJIEH. J. A H. V, Ward No. 1 W. B Ivtstlor. E. C. Laaca. MT. i.caoh. A. F. AnnatrmiK. 3 G. W.l'ierson.T. IUT1, PHYSICIANS. PHYSIOIA.W SURGEON, KOKOMO, IXI) OUiceorer Dryden A Co'j lUrdwara oorth-eaat corner public N. U. Special attuutiou Its Evu aud Operative I. C. JOHNSON, D. VVu. SCOTT. M. l> Un- I Keslduiicu: Cor. Maiu isa and Taylor Sl'n. and Taylor Si's. OWcei PuilUuii and Uus UH'M Will ailend callj promuily u( all dour" J. PHYSICIAN SURGEON, OlBcd .SV. 31, H. K. Stroul, .oppoailo tho lloiiaa. ______Hh__ It. Olnco In back A t'ubllo >Jtl Nurlh-eaiil C LMIYSIC1AN SURGKON. alloiition paid to Cbroaio ,ud Jisenoi of women and children. I'totupl aliunlloii to nil caliH in luy pro- 'Vtki ono duor ot tlie 1'osl A. NKWCONH. OLA1KYOYANT PIU'SlOIAiN. !QJ door oistof A CalKn's Stoie profemional services lo tho citizen i of Kokorno and vicinitT. Ho lUfleritwa audio- etUji all dlsonas of humau a without aty pttrioui knowledge of the sruiptouia, aad piNcriUi fortho Infun't irilli a cvr- UlnHof IU Will vlalt vatteata in and out of tho cllr. 'A. Ai'COVAt-'r, M. U. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, '2 GRKENTOWJf. IND. io the game room formcrlr occupW b> Un Dr'a Scolt: nlS PH. L 0. M1LLIV. Jt PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS, ALTO, INDIANA. __ [-tS-im TEACJ1JK BHOTHKHM, Eclectic Physicinas, Obstetri- ciana and Surgeons, KOMO, INDIANA: fter "'PaHUon Cc-ffia's Drup Storo Sorth-Eijt corner Public Square, lo tha ciliiens of Koiorao und TicinitT etabraciog the fruit wii'ud study nod many years 01 in treating Western After having thirteen years to the GENERAL PRACTICE OFMEDIC1NE, bm become fully persuaded Ibat beat lha public demand mora particular atUilioa'of lo too treatment of DISEASES. PttpMe. ID tlw future, to give our kthotkoa pwticutarlr to that depart- of tba trwtmtDt of lucb M of Iba fact and othir of bodrr InaaramatioQ of the Eyts; diMnjea of the Ear. Throat l disease mucb to Oui and Sick Can Tuinart; of Women and Ailment. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. JO1I> W. i'OOJ'EK. ATTORNEY ATjLAVV IMP CLAIM -10I.VT. KOKOMO, v Special attention 10 ihe aeUlemtnl of KjUtefanJ proiecuUu, CUImi iffilasi the Ouiurument, "xjRsJi. OUicj orer American Kjpress nffijw.ji'', ATTO R NE YS1 "AT? IJfD.--i n Office oppoiile Sherman Hbu3e, orDti I'ul'ic Squire. i DENTAL orer the lardware aloru of ArDislrong, Vlion 4 Co., KaatbWo I'ublic square, Kolcn- mo, Indiana. All operations performed lu tue >eat manour andvrarrautvd. Oire Lira call if you wanl Urn" clasi wort oue at reasonable nricoa. MARBLE WORKS. Itallia in (hi and MODI Squirt, Kokomo Attoruoy ,and Notary Public. Kokomo, Ind. Olhca Kortli Mu 1'ublic Hiiuare ID the ornierly occupied by D. 11." Bennett.? Will; ractice in all ihe Cnurtsofthe Stile.' Spe- _ial tttlontion lo collections and tmioon ol' uliniriistritor. Executor anil rol J1 wroirEv; RKCOKDEK OF KOWAKD COUNTY, KOKOMO, IND. Will write HDC! taka 'icItnoirleJjjinonUvof )0odb. Mortgagor io. 1'crlima diullnK WRoil KsUUwill find heir rfdcantaao to c-illonmc. a. D. MUKRiT. J. II KHOII. V it. UK01I. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, KOKOMO. INDIANA. oio-tr. w. KEHK. 1. F.LLIOTT A'l'TY'S AND UOU.VSKM.OKd AT IVD SOTAHV I'lIBMC. KOKOMO, -INDIANA. praclico m all tlio Courts lu tha Ollicu in Dr. JaiuiV UlocV. S. E. Cuicurol BULL. nEiJL. A ATTORNEYS AT LAW, imUim's MIocV, X. coriinr Public Squaro KOKOUa, O WOOII IT KAY CoMCKHN: %f Hit certify '.Smt Mrs-IP. iiusr has siiccenalully .ilidivifarjr n our vicinity fir olevon years. we rccoui- ueni her to tha poopla of Kokuino aa res- In that oupttoilT. Elizabeth M Has I.ydia Myers, 0. Clyrner. l.ucy HtumbiLiigli. Mary AlViiuon, Maria Stantor, JUrjr Porttr, Wilkinson. SI. A. Amos, Mnrgarol Kuna, Miry Wall, S. J. Cahort. ND., March IS. 1870. .'it Market St.. Kokoino. n22-Sm-pd HOTELS. K O. FAULKNER, Proprietor. KOKOMO, IND. OHM L. FAUl.K.Ntll, CLtRK DENTISTRY. I) V.L.WIN SI. DENTAL SURGKON? Office, South-wont corner Public Square p tarAll Work DRUG STORES. DARNAU, SUOTTON CO., voop on li.inilu a full Of Moclioines Mldtr oi'tlirl'uhllc Hqunre, si i or. L. II. HILL1S, No. 13, North sido Public Square, Kokoma, Ind., ilinu- footua-r auil Dottier in Saddlut and KunidBfl'i ia this line at uiTjUllop u iBniasonabii) tornm point In (lhi< jart of the Slate. neatly and promptly, s Repairing one to order. L'.V. nil-l.tS. Deo. 24. HARDWARE. Wholesale Dealers In roRiio HARDWARE, __ WC IIS SOOTH BOLL, w IB y. INDIiNAFOLIS, IND. B. iiiiiis. f AAO BOLL THOU IB OHO AUCTIONEER. "JONATHAN 1 j LICENSED AUCTIONEER, .will al- and sales in any part ni the county on retfacu- tble Kiiideaee ewt ot'.thscity 0 ddrost, Kokotnp.' VV INSURANCE, H u SKPIIESSXTS T11K FOLLOWIXG Reliable 'Coin pnnies: A88STS, Home Ins. Co., N. Y., UnderwrLlaHsAgsncy, New YotV. Hoiae IDS. Hnten, Conu., 00 North Ins. Co., New York, -1 cipital represented, 00 -ier' Crewlug Trado. WILL IJetacbed Frame Brick Dwellings AT THS TOLLOf ISO One year, from tp K Thrw from rltftp-ljC ti'.'AH- AH Polkies art up; notes no KSSOX3 'and Ind RUSSELL in 5 Jra. 1. muMi  books when the long evcii'iigs crime. Five years trom to-day with a good edu- cation, with good habits, with a hundred dollars he ed by work, his for place in business and the political world will be grealci limn those of the speudthrilt boy who was born with a fortune, begin.-, without knowing of insicad of going up goes mid Home. A Clerical Warniing-Pan. In many purh of Ireland .1 warm- ing-pan is culled a "ftiar." Not ma- ny years ago an unsophisticated yirl Look service in the town of Poor thing, she had never heard ot a warming-pan ill her lilu, though she regularly confused to the fiiur. It so happened that on a cool .nul night a pticst took lodging at Ihc'inn. Ho hud traveled far.nnci being weary, ictisidat an curly hour, Soon afterward the landladj order- ed the girl to take (lie friar to room :No. C. Tho poor girl, not dreaming that by the woid mistress incitnt the warming-pan, liaslc'ned to the priest, who was comfortably set- tled in his bud Up went Uiddy to the prier-t "Your reverence must go into Xo. win iisked thopiiost, alarmed at being disturbed. revcicuec into Xo. ti." There was no help for il, and tho priest aiose, donned u dressing and wont into >'o. 0. In about fifteen minutes the mis- tress callod lo Uiddv: '-Pill, the friar into Xo. 4." Biddy said somcihing about dis- turbing his reverence which the mis- tress did not uuderstund. So she told the gill in a sharp voice lo do .is she was directed and she would always do right. Up" went Biddy, and the unhappy priest, despite hie angry protesta- tions, was obliged to turn out of Xo. 6 and goiuto .No. J. But a little time elapsed ere the girl was told io put the friar into Xo. 8. The poor piicst, thinking cveiy one was. mad in the house, and stiirdilj resolved to quit it HIP next morning, crept into the. damp sheets, of Xo. 8. Uiit lie was lo enjoy no peace there. Biddy was directed to put tho frl.ir into Nro. 3, and with tears in obeyed. In about an hour tho landlady con- cluded logo to bed herself the friar was os'dc-iet'i into her what it meant, Biddy roti.scd up the priest, and told him that he must so into Xo. 11. The patient monk then c'-o-, ,cd himself, counted his be.idsftnd went into Xo. 11. H so happened that, tho luibband of the landlady was tionblcd with the ''green-eyed monster." Going to bod, therefore, before hi- il'c. his uspieions were confirmed by seeing tclwccn his own bhects a man sound sleep. To rouso the sleeper, and to kick iim into the street, was the work of few moments nor was the mistake xplaincd until the next day. when he priest informed the inn-keeper vhat outrages had been committed ipon him; and he learned, to his stonislnnciit, Unit he had been sprv- ng the whole night as a wnrining- an. Frorotbe Ereatag, Up theTjPeruffioad.- A day took a brief run up'lhyPcmrosdJtts Dir-as Ko- komo, at Tip- ton 'and About tivo siiice wo-last visiteUtKot6ftfo. IiVthat time a and tial improvements ha the nib-it noticeable which is large and when corhplbtcll .will one hundred thousand This court house in ous, and __ jt M _ cd by a ftoupTc_'f artists named fiusch. L The [avails nve illum- ,dolie-f. .vUhoift housc up lo is now tiy ICokomo is wideawake on Ilicsub- jccl of cducfitidii.: Hopkins, the Democratic for Super- intendent of Public Instruction', there. The large cell Ike b known as the Normal ipchool Ijiiikling is to be converted into u col logo, under the patronage of ilin Cluristian Church, r'onr iMird M-hool houses, at. n cost of 13.000 each, have been projected, and will probably bo limit this sum- mer. Kokomo h.is ihe streets in'thc Stale. They well graded and with broken htonc. Tltis costly, but the ICok'omoiiiiis aie ciHorprising und :uiibilioiii. A Mclhodisi confoi-pitce was in sof-sjon, and the town was full of hand-oine inrn, in the btoqkesl and of and (lie whi- test ofcrav.it.'-. Tliecnstom.iryjokes about poultrv was indulged'in by preachersand citizens, but everybody seenifd glad to see the brcfhicii, anil the brethren Seemed to icaliye Unit had fallen among a [ileiHiint and people. We found Philips, of the Tribuiif, perspiring uinlcr the vexation inci- dent to to the of a dally pnper, publicnlion haying been limlci t.iken ilhoul Ihiii" moic than the of what was .Miiy Applehor- liculluiulist hafl slept but three houis out ut the proceeding torty-cighl, and had lo-l pounds' of his scanty llcsh the eviipoi iiiion con- sequent upon menial anxiety. But his dail> came out on tim'o every moiniiig. nogiin mereh for the purpose of making1 a he was in the wildest astonishment on lindhiy thai it actually paid. Kokomo we visited, by invitalion of the Shcnli; the jail anil had nu interview with Lieut. Will now awaiting trial for Hie liomicidc of Vanhorn. The jiiil has three other ill-look- ing icoumlrpl named BiniH, accnseil of wife nnirdei a fellow u ho jjoeg by the appropriate of "Shott uaying a lino of sit Jifly cents a day, and a cllow dirt-eating vagabond, serving out a line fora plain diunk. The liisl thing that struck us on entering was a foul, me- which scemeil powerful enough to stifle, a healthy man in forty-eight boms. Tho stoiioh socni- ed to indicate a lack of ventilation, but jt may have been the natural smell o( Shoit Oiily. As wo enter- ed, liinus was encouraging his scbnn- ilrell> proboscis (o bloetl in a tub, while Brief Xastincsssat by the gra- ted window peeling an apple, and the dirt-cuter walked back and forth in a melancholy mood. Lieutenant Unughcih alone seemed clean, heal- thy, hopeful. His con- liuement begins lo grow irksome, however, and ho impatiently awaits' his trial. The feeling ngsinsL him in Kokomo has greatly abated. The wife ol Bin'ns from the elicits of "the "pistol shot, aud the Hherill kindly ofleredto take, him out to Kiissiavill'o to attend Iho' funor.il. .Mr. Bin us dci lined to "o. Being a tenderhearted animal he did not want his footings hariowcdup. It in that if bo had gone the of Uussiavitlc would iiave saved the count} all further expense on his part by "lunging him. out of hand. Kokomo has n Fifteenth Amend- ment brass baud, just and now awaiting the arrival of their in- torture. They'll make it lively lor the tiliycns while they, are learning. The CityAIai'.hal of Kokomo kind- ly takes drunken women home on a wheelbarrow. We cannot dismiss Kokomo with- out admitting our obligations to Kd W. Freeman, the postmaster. T. C. 1'hilip.s, et ui., for kind Also to numerous citizens, who, ly- ing in wait at the depot far stray Methodist picachors, and deceived by our evangelical lo.qk, invitpd to their- houses. A Model Neighbor. c-ccltiimcd .1 little Phrenology. MR. EDITOR I notice in yutir l.i-i Tribune au article in which you say you Jiopo the discussion on Phrenol- ogy will not be continued. 1 >h-tll, therefore, Irouble you with a veiy few words. I had intended 'o M rite au article thai would have required about two columns of your paper. this discussion a good deal has been suid about ofiln; brain, but vcjiy little about Phrenol- ogy, the science of mind. Phrenolo- gy being derived from tho Greek words Piuctii, soul, and Logos, dis- course. In next article I had in- tended to open upon the stieuce of Phrenology, giving a statement of its principles. Uutasjou think it not be agreeable to your read- I shiill demist. I have, however, a very few words which I wish to say to tho readers of ihe Tribune. It appears to me very singular that.u, of Hie education nmXrtV- lltatlon ol" Dr. Colo Politics aud Religion. Polilius 13 aimplv tlie source ol government and comprehends with in its ilolinit'- tlie creation mid Definitions of Bible Terms. A day's journey was Ihirty-thioe nd oiic-iitih miles. A Sabbath-day's jounioy 11 English mile. reed was eleven feel tiear- y. A cubit is twenty-two Inches ueai- y. A hand's breadth i: equal to three and five-eighth inches. A finger's breadth is equal lo one uch. A shekel of gold was A talent, of gold was tl A piece of silver, or a penny. Ava1- hiitccn cputs. A farthing was three cents. A garah .1 cent. A mite was a cent. An epha, or bath, contains seven gallons aud live pints. A bin was oue gallon .md two >ints. A lirkiu was seven pints. Au omer was six pints. A cab wa< three pints. The largest contribution ever rnado in oneyear lo anv religious or jencvolent society, in this country was made last year [1S69J lo the Missionary Society of the Metho- dist Episcopal Church namely This is an advance of 64 92 over the precedine year is the most excel- lent cure for anger in the world for he that, by daily censid- ering his own infirmities and failing! makes the error of his neighbor or servant to be hij own case, and re- members that he daily needs God'i pardon and his brother's charity, will not be apt to rage at the levities or miaffirtunts or indiscretions of an other; greater than that which he considers he is very frequently and more guilty. A Cincinnati The world uses pounds "Xo whistling near the sansag-e of tea each year. I urchin, running into a neighbor's house, wanted mo to nsk, would you please lend'er jour cau- dle The molds were given him and he run home. few minutes he re- turned with this, query: wants to know if yc'd be kind onough to lend her wick- in'" The wicking was "measured oil'and IIP ngain dcparted.- But soon he ap-- pcarcd again and said "Mother would be so thankful If you had ,a little taller vou'd be so kind as to'lcnd .Arrs. H. good naluredly piodnced the desired article, and as ihe boy -tai ted door the said your mother like, j to have over and mold the candles for replied the boy: reckon she'd like it tirst rate, cos She she didn't understand Li very well; but she don't like to be ironb- liu' her so .-he wouldn't ask ye." Cattiag Patterns. said .1 snub nose fourteen of to a country dealer in dry goods, "to scud ma' am the pat terns of calieofs.and put'tm chrap, slic- is to get a iew gowii soon, an wants ui' tho power by which nations aud St.iteq aro conti oiled, the developineni of sciences, the protection of the individual rights of s'.ibjocls llio neccsbiiiy protec- tion aga'iist foreign invasion and tho promotion of the 'iioial.sof ihe people. U also embraces thepr er management of the funds of the people. Th all froc govcrnincnU like ours where the think and determine for themselves upon nil matters ivluch pertain to their social or national interests, and when the elective fiancliisc is vcs- tcjl in all sane men, cyeiy man i-.< forced to become souicivlial of a politician. of Jesus Clii ist coin- THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1870, NO. 26 andpai'liculurly as a surgeon, and claiming to know that Phrenology is n humbug, should be so ell ar- rjuainlrd with that class of men such us Dr. Dalton and others that have written againsl Phrenology, and know nothing of Dr. Cfjorgc Combe. one of the giealest surgeons that the world evr pioducod. and whose style of writing issc.ueely surpassed by any man now living or that has lived in the last century. We had supposed that ihore was .scarcely n litciiiry man but that had ci- ther read or Combe's Constitution of Man. Dr. Combe in natural and acqnird abilities combin- ed was greatly superior to Dr. I'at- ton. It may be, however, that we aic unwilling io do jusluo to Dr. Halt on from the fuel that in looking over his Physiology ou pages (1 thi'nk) 427-8-D we tind (bat IIP hns copied vc-i y largely fioin Dr. Cole's article for the Tribune, published a few weeks ago. Dr. Cole uses a technical term near the of hm article which Di.Dallon docs not copy. Now, kind be led to enquire how Dr. Daltou could gel Dr. Cofe's m-lk-le ns pub- lished in tho Tiibune, insert it in his Physiology, have the book publi'-h- cd. distributed and sold in various pails of the United btalos In than two weeks It being less than two weeks from its publication in the Tribune till 1 read it in the Phys- iology, f don't propose to solve that question. I am in tho condition of the Dutch justice when required in Com t to read fiom his dockol. ivliich he could not he said. -'All 1 slhi is] i dis; it t-hust so dare (pointing to tbc transciipl) MS it ish on mine locket.'1 1 can say the Famcin icgard to this arlicle. It is very neatly the same in Dr. Dal- 'voil'o 'I'liyMolo-'gy Ih'af ll i's'iirDr.' Cole's article. ing written moroUian I Inten- ded, 1 will elose by buying that I consider myself abundantly able to Drove the truth of Phrenology, and to refute till Hint can be brought against it. And now kind leader. Mr. Editor, and Dr. Cole, wishing you all long life and pros- pciity, for the present I bid you mi aflcclionalc farewell. a K. r. SMITH. Tampico. hid. Council Proceedings Regular meeting. Kridav ovi-ning Apiil -'1 presi-nt, the Maiui. J. Cooper: I'onni'ilnu'ii K._ C. I.c.u-h. I- W. I.euh. and Aflfr tl apprOM J, Mr. Pirr-iin pH'-eiiloil fiom Mr. ilooiv ami olhci- change1 Of Iho ordin.imv jnoveuting from plaxing billianN wlicro niinuiv- pvtiiii.n motion ol I.. tho Auot ni-r l.raf-h from W. On it hud upon 1' r. inn! others- nuking that be gra- ded MS not to intci'lVri1 with llr F. f. I.fu'h. (h.iirniMii ol Hit (ommitteo. reporieil lOfoiiinuMiding the improvement of the upon Mulbenx stirM Washinjr- ton to JJU'ontiinc'. I'rom Washington vast' fo'C. C1. f. C'. R.ll. Report Dr. vopoiled I hi- di.iining of Ccmeicry. II Id foot al mi of cniu-nrrod in. L. Le.u-li subiiiiiU'd a tc- ('omnioudiiig the appointment of r. White as school Trtutoe. Acropt- cd. Dr Jnihes introduced the HOCO-MI y oidinnii-o for I he of the in IfDinK if. Ci'riUrl K'OlliI. erelofore printi'd. prSliehds love an-1 obci'liencc co Goil and good will nnd care for our fellows, and may bc'briclly summed up in the following quotation "What doth he require of thee but to do justly, love morcj' nnd walk humbly w it'll thy God." Christian ministers nre called of God to look afici the moral well- fare of the people This thej can do only liv teaching and enforcing the duties of the Christian religion. Hence all true ministers will preach politics just in so far as the observ- ance of legal authority is concern ed, "nnd ilie promotion of the mor- als of the people Little party bickerings and strifes arc not poll tic's, nnd it is not the place of the minister to meddle with them He Cannot however, preach the gospei wash.'' Shopkeeper. -Who is Girl. ma'am is Aunt" Oily' Dee, sir.1' Shopkeeper. '-Tour sister was" here yesterday and took patterns'of all the kinds i have.r Girl., '-Tes sir, I know then she sewed them al! up for patch work, and would not give me any.- but told me tp go, shopping myseiiV, AIL observer oC human ports that be seen peojple possessing the peculiarity right hand, a a little behind hand. M v without Caching the ele- mcuts in the science of govcrnnieni consequently Politics in Us pure sense and religion are inseparable and it U folly to talk aboct'the pulpit rnr-ddling with politics. f D. AVilburn Icclutcd at York Monday night of last week Temperance. 3Je tp have had a good 'audience, and hU lecture was well received. "We do dot reihembtT distinctly, but inclint to think the TvoKomo'Tribune hai something to say about this man AVH sometime since. How is it, 0 nothing, only we said it did Jio look well for a blind preacher o temperance to sit about hotels smok- ing a long.t dirty, stinking pipe, a dirt here. I In- Ihe Tin X. K. condiliolis uidiuiinci.' A resolution by Mr. Arinstiong king the Citv Trensiirer io puj vcr School fumU io the 'itKlee Passed. J. Rohan nsked a the Council and ihen in- iteil (he botly (o doclari1 Ilincontrnct f C. I lor laying sidewalks on street forfeited by of (he of tho lime for iU ftiliil- icnl. Iteferred.lo (hr commiiiccoii treets and ami Ihe Al- ornej, 'he Pchotil pics'cnted a eporl relative to the laves paid bj tie outside of (ho city init.- bu! attai'hed lo (lie lily for  nin anil toil and anxiety, for her msband's lovi1 to her i- a lower and bi and sheltered horc'in.iuid ndvcrsity will hsvv1 -lilli-rbut svmpa- hy will dull iho c'dijo of sorrow A house low1 in it and lovo I mciiii lovo in vord-. and look- and deed-, lor I uol ono vp.uk of fnith in lovt1 hni uovcr otil i> lo a house vilhout love person lo a ma- hino i-, lifi1, iho oilier U mocli- i lie iiulovoil iiiuj liiVi- brc.ld JnM :is light, a hoiiseJUj't s I idy us the oinor, bm the laiterliKs spring of beamy about her, a joy- penttititing to lormor lean entire eintli- er happiness of hor hrart ill hov liicf. She ver. SJu- Js airy, nnd warm and veli'oining with her prc.-onoi1 On1 ll ot'dovires and suet1! riscK for her husband and taml- MIC has never ilom1 ihe ro- o nud pool ry of life. She hor- v'lfM a lyiii- poem, peltint hcr-olf lo 11 pm'cimd cmrioiiG melodioH. Hum le houjiuhold ways and duties hnvo or her it golden nigninViuu'i'. The IK r cnllinglilgh and the sniifli tins (lie mount. '-Lovn it; I oa von, ami Heaven is, love." Rousing- Temperance Meeting nt Windfall. At a huge and ciiiluu-inMii- inoel- ng of Ilii- Irirnd- of Tcmpeiiinci' clil in TnuM'ay ovc'iiinp, th iiiM., on inoliuM, (i, 1C. Mooro m Milled to- ihe chair ami Di. K. cck Tin: hiiiriniin of Ibi'i'ouiiiiiiloi.', Dr, ilc- ii-jioi ted iho follow Injt pro- mblo -md ri'soliilioni- wore naniinoii-h adopted Coi lain of Wind- all are in the call! of Inloxl- ating ilriiiki to bo nxod uu n ln-ver- gc, (hvreK ondiiiifferlntc the llvos ol ('.xjiosiug1 our piopoily, iisiilling our wive- and daughter'--, inking (iiimkaril'. nf our and icifrhbors, making ile-olnlo, iisiking and orpham. nnd .lagging them down into Ihe doop- M pOMM-ly ami n reichodnOhS. pro- luciiig (Iring (lie ions of men, driving Ihcin lo the )ert'oi maneo of ihe droiulfiil loed-, -nch H', perjnrv. raim. ar-un, nurder, prcMiiitlng great liilen- ion of tho ballol-box that Piilladiuin f olhorwUe caci-nble into 11 Itacrhaii.'ili- in revul, bringing a leproaeh upon he very name our town, ntiiUing II n ils- anil by- to overy jiii-scr liy be II I, That we, the iViiull'iill and vicinity, do most sol- emnly and (hose of jur eiiffajred in tlif baneful r.illiu lo cease their work of deptruc- ion and in laudabhi oecnpn- ions; tmd I'urlhor, If (hey will engage hi lOiiornblo biisincsfi liiat we will help hem in every way that we can, will lalroiim1 und hail them as fellow ownsincu. and we ask kindly but irmly they close up the s'ulo of II Intoxicating drinks wlihln leu lays, be It fiirilicr nwolrail. That afler tliesi1 men lose up that wepledjre our lives and ud our property nnd our sacred lonor th.iluopcrfon or .shiill or c.uisc to bubold, or givo away or place it where it may be liikcu 'o as a bcverago.iu Wiiidfall or icinily. any or intoxica- iiiK drlillcs whatever. Commillec: Dr. L. McAlistcr. Dr. J. F. Wind-, Alexander Creife', Rev. A. Davis, and Thomas Howftll, Ksij. Ou molioii, (lie inpL'lIng oiilcrcJ a of Iho 0 he published In (he Anderson Hcr- ilcl. IFowaul Tribune, Ifiimillon Hpgiulor antl Tiplon V. S. ZKLMC, Sec. (J. R. MOOJIK, Ch'u, Wind full, April 1870. The Fifth Gospel. Groat excitement prevailed Uiblical hcholais, whcinsver lew inaiuisci'ipL or version ,of Ihc Scriptures beoit discover- ?d. There a fond hope ihat thcic 111 yet bo found in saint, old convent, 01 in (tome oriental cltj unoiiK now rceluscd or in of neglected ircriouo topics of tlie. Sacred Pcrip- A Vifih hai- bucu dUcoycr- d! and ILLS been In the for some time of eminent per- sons. Hi- moio complete than ci- ther of UK-four now in the Canon md Hi rows a flood of light upon many points which have hitherto been obscured to readers of the Riblc. Xo complete ropy has yri been although parU.'o; il have been written out. Many per sous are now engaged in Irnniri-ib' it. Slidi is the grt-Jt value ol [hit- I'ifth Oo.-ptl, thai lliOhC who Imve iiiadr- theiriM'lves fiimiliar wit! it declare that without il the other four arc scarcely intclligihli1-. At uiy raw, no one who has once rent thf Fifth will ever ajjain icad Ihe except under idfiucme The Fitili'Gospel adds but little to 1 IK; external hihlory of our Lord but it makes the facts already knowt dearer than Ihcy were before; ch.an- somewhat the order of events and clear'-up some in lory, topography, manners and ens iJup its chief value conslsU it Ihc great light which it throwh upoi   Ojliilli' llitii Is nul uli.olu'.o U'ttMli. nd Iliidi HO mild) IOIU'LU ui'wriio ipon. SoniL1 one, icninrks dial il ihe bust IIIIU'M faults wrilleu oil hlrf oi'idirail, II until miikii him ptill hN Kit over hi, uyct. The New Vui'k obhcrvei1 rcnoitlu c thai lu the mohl crowded lu thai city, U it  ud h.tk bronchi Into Dl-nivbr and ly, anil, (or u Ilinv, n vain for mi of thuditt- we were (Illi'd with won- ler, lint tin: sight of n ft w ,iltm'u vihiijfps, wliiuled liy and inoiinted ubovc' '.niiyhi rut Miicl: com collarft, ox1' >lnined the myMcry.'" Tlio. ftleilio-' list KpibL-opiil had ur- id on mill Iji- knowii lin coming iii'aml going out 'before'. UB guest-, be piollliiblu ,to We vi'iitnvo to predict that confer- ncft will curry nwiy' u higii'opTnido of Kokomo i. fow days ago n litlli; Jn' liliirji, jufcl bui'oic uxclaim- "1'apa, t ike hold of my Imnd'and iclp me ncioss." I li-r father wo iijjo. Chi ibiian pastors in Frnuc'p 't-'lit'loiii Ion parlles.'wheiu'rolijfFous1' i elisions C'x'periOucen" jrc spoken of with u make tho pleiisaiit.and rc'r ft'Ohhlug. The enlcrlalmiiciil U ipthlug morn thnn a'cup (if tcii mid' bitciiit. livcb bhonld be (iko Ihe day, more beautiful in 'the evening; or like the summer, 'aglow with prom- ihC; iitld I Iko the, rioirwltli (he golden shc-'iivos, jVhcre 'frpdd' works mid doods Imvn 'rincned1 (he Held. 1 OHA Thcliirgcht ,'5nuday: school' in tlio world ih at Stocknorl, Eiighind., Jt i, has Ihi'ee hundred niid Jlvo thoufttndscholarf. Morn I'oliifln'xfcrj ;of Tcrre llaiile, has rcnouucwl 'Svll'ittittliDtn and feSaUv, that nil (iie (ricks, (the hfaij recent ly done by'hci'i-olf. A I'ubUvie' the whole liickcry Tlif itnniinl H.iHutPiti o ci l.'idimni Coiefcruncc of the M Cliuich md in yssterday Bmhop pic biding. We jiFii If in of Hie Cral of in ot'i.hi' Kokorno is runnjHg a Daily for (lie the Mellio dist Episcopal now iu lesion there. JlLja a t little slicci, looks about us well us soiiu- otlior rlnilicB of pretx-n-' lions. Tom M a jewel any 'town; to.' nimvu, cven il hr: docii "aoUr" oik ns'1'-' rial poii Just heforc'golug to preet'vre ceive a copy of the Kokoicy Triliitnt. 11 prc H HOkl flf H witli JJOXH choice rtuding n iaj. Marion t f i The Kokomo few country tiiatreally ter for iu editors than bare li- and all pahl fit of tb eir SPAPFRf .TSPA.PERI   

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