Kokomo Tribune, May 12, 1870

Kokomo Tribune

May 12, 1870

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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 12, 1870, Kokomo, Indiana KOKOMO, INDIANA. t i a i t i TRTB U N EBUII knj Ruilrbs.l StVeuU. __ f> i Q KATKS OF (the otpntf'iioh etk j 60 for cEcfTadditionar insertion weeks. oj (3mo. 1 y'f I inch 3 4 tlOOj 200 300 400 600 00 60 4 00 00, 00 00' 13 00 35 00 00 6 00 .1 00 12 QO 16, 00, 2S00 35 00 00 7 00 8 00 10 00 15 00 18S00 30 00 15 00 00 10 QO1 1500 12 00' 1800 15 20 00' 2500 oo too 40 00 GOO lid 00 1100 ATTORNEYS AT LAW. vi-. roorni, ATTOItNEY AT LAW v 'ANB CI..111! KOKOMO; attention given 10 Collections, and settlement of Kst.-i.tC3 and AI.IO prosecuura, succosafullv, all at Chilli-. the Oovernraeut. Ollica nrer 'AT? LAW, KOKOMO, IXIJ. Office opposlta Shorninn we: cnrner Puultc At the fcboYB musltak run of the paper. t bo ch For ctioico location harged. l foroic e parly' publnhin or at lha rates namtd in nbovo UMo liadranMi fc Bipedal rVotlce. puUUlhcdiis'Jisira1.' l r in- MfXwf.M lha partis, arc par p A reel of families who don't pay fur th dollar tlio notic ar It will not be inserted. promblo' private 'mlorea ba paid fgr advertising r.itca U, number of in.iot If markad'on tha copjr. vnllhecou tiotd til order out.fand ati ij l{ J itoilcot 16 for each line. 'arid Edueatfonal aiWtrliacinunts.li tpptlealioh'at bo contracted fo at lower t f Connected wild tlio Tribune Olllcu i.s n ncn lobWnrdopartineul, all Ihvro-M Circulars ba-oxeaiited'upoeriilr uml bc.tull lullr. Kor this kind of work CASH ML'ST ACCOMPANY OIIUKIIH. Address all orders to THE TKIUUNE. KOKOMQ. IM) DIRECTORY. llAwauvVClrcult.Coiirt Moo I C ts 4tl DAVIS OWMOB IMdl.H til Mondty in Kobruary, Junu, aad ttrm 4 WH.LIIU UAIIVKII, lad.. Judge. CeBtmlMMloBer'M Court or lb (JOUNSEU.OHS AT LAW A.NB XfJTAUV I'UliMC. KOKOMO, INDIANA practice 111 nil tlie Courta in tha Mtftte Ollioo m J .linos' Ulock, S. K. Coine'ro tlicsqiuro. MII.TOV HUM., ATTORNEYS AT 'T- I'ur.liiiiiMlliick, X. E. coiner I'ublio KOKOMO. LVD. To IT ji OoSOKas; We the unilc'r.sijinod certify tliat JIra I'. nitY IIIM Hucitiiilun.t imotlctd Midivifury in our vicinitf fir eleven jtnra.Bii'd recom- mend lior lo tlio of Kokomo as rus- in tlmt niyiiliDth Itc'i. [.jrilia Mrers, l> Ch intr. Lucr buiinlmiigli, Miir.v Auioson, Murni Mnrv I'nr'.or, June Wilkinson. M. A Amos, MniRiirot Kuns, >l.iiy 'H. J Unlrorl, vN'sruitT, Murcli IS.'lSiO. No. -21 M.irkut St.. Kokonio. n22-3m HOTELS. G. Ij. FAUI.KNKR, Propriotor. KOKOMO, IND. i. ci.MiK DENTISTRY. 'r. aisum. DIKTAT, SURGKON. ;.V Ollioo of An uxoii ,1 Co side I'ublic sqimre, Kolco no. Indium All operations perforniud In Iho iest inAiinur nud i n cull it t an unnt lirst class uork ono at re.isniiablc vr n27 II V.L.WINS LOW. DKNTAI, SUKGEON. corner 1'nbli Kokonio. DRUG STORES. DA SUVA RUOrrOiN CO., constantly mi liniidi full jtock of Drugs. Mccliemos? lift ui'thc 1'nbllc Siii ICOKIOI-IO. rr IIILLTS, iNo. North side Public Kiiknmo. lud.. Jlanu- icliiPT mid Denier in Sftdillca ml Ilitrnei4i Ki-jrjlli'mif in tliis lino civil lud st MIT sliop 11 Icnm ns point in tlna irt of Hie Stnto. Trimming} nent'y and proin one lo order. JJec 'JI. HARDWARE. .v ifi-tf A. A. COVA1L.T, M. PHYSICIAN AND SUUGKON, IND. Ic the room furiiiorly occupied V? Dr-a Scott. "ul3 M. I, UVt. DB. 0. MII.LKK. irEBi-V Jk MIIJMUt, PHYSICIANS SURGKONS, ALTO, INDIANA. BKOTlir.ltS, 'h.ysidans, e Obstetri- INDIANA. 1 ftttison A Coffin's Drup Store comer Public Square, lo of Kokonio Ticinity proftMlooU itrvicfj llic fruit kBd diligent study niitiy l ears ol m diseases. tairtecnjyuara i PRACTICE OFME DiClS'lC" fullj jMrsuikded thai the beat public dcmind particulir of profession to the treatment of fflWWJP.'SKASES. f Kentucky have rushed'fonrnrd iflieioiislj' to net ns seconds.'-, JLil- iciids intimate Hint ho will Ighr'if-clmllengcd. have only a lygle n'.ord of imlllnlsTcnd linvc had ubout them lib HinolionUiiiK influences ofnino- They auy name heads lliis article. They organized il without any capi- al stock, so that it is a purely mutual ompany, and all its accumulations nd profits belong to tliepolii y hold- rs, by whom all of iis affairs are managed. The representatives of foreign companies realizing the tact that our citizens would naturally prefer lo insure in a company located in their own State and maiuged bj their own friends and acquaintances rather than scud thcii money away to be retained for a long scries ol years in distant StAtes, have opposed the progress of the Franklin to the extent of their power; but it 1ms, notwithstanding, attained a steady growth, and piogicscd as rapidly as many companies which aie now among the largest in the country, as the following table will show: "We will first give the age of the Compa- ny, next tho assets, including capital stock, add lastly number of policies in force: St. Louis Mutual, (not of- ficial) five years, ,f Knickci bockcr, yeais, number of policies in foicc 707: National of Vermont, eleven veins, "Fl-iivoSoT, policies in force Berkshire 12- K years, -tl, policies In force Northwestern (not 4 years, 37: Guardian. 3j i i1- JTow. when ctd} nin; t-lii-ui te'.js only frOipnsThe SpiriWat part ofmifti is into the imngciof tnMfwhicli sor of JJgtcy fi foot tliat "his toe niny be. kissed- How unlike tlie clmricicr of Peter. We ,11 c all lending; too much to the worship of men, (In rcfeioiicc to to the patriots of the country the pronchor named a long including Johnson but did not name Lincoln. Was this nu indication ot'.his poli- There ii a tendency hi the human heart to idolatrous worship. I find a more correct delineation of human nature in the Tesiamcnl than in nny 15ven VirgiJ and other Latin nnd Greek sang ot I ho Great ]Jcliv- nun we mean business. Co.{ tun 'ln.l 'tlhcler Ihts intend brief notices of the Preachers o n f at-work in this community s fa c was i he were born, ou the aav lizcu i-eaUcausfl them to at tli -i tifne.J ;o.t >t -'WHbli only iWr tvca'" Curing his boy hood he worked hard Prairie farm and to live close ___ t ....._r. U'J intr ami- there among the millionplhis'boy Imd ednca' lion. 1 [c studied at home at all leis nrc hours and inixudj his tHoughts 1 u -t about farming with those o( loga ri thins and bo-un'Sjbo-naJbb-iiunr.'Ii this way mostly he prpparpd for col- lege. Jlc took hla'collcghtc course al Kuox College, Galcsburg. lie studied Theology at'the'Chica- go Theological Seminary, graduating s loisc i.s not ueceisrj. God i? near so imiUer whether you me at home, t business 01 at church. If one thing for which I )i'iiy it iVlor n highn of Chris- ianity DOCTIMNC. i Love i> doctrine. It impoitnntto coiicct doctrine. The Savior ndfised followers (o beware of the doctrines of the Pharisees and Sadduccc-s. lie ud doctrine very impor- lant. I'eior li.ul :i pciniine revival and liN convcits continticcl steadfast, ly in tho doclrine. He must have picarhcd doctiinc. Paul wns asked lo tell what (lie new doctrine wnc. lie talked 'it every- where. John diiscojiijferdjdot trine. 1 cun't pi each I preach doctrine. lo stud) doctrincr' inking a word nn thing can bo p'rdVeu You belong arj Uo you lifid in-ljip, joined Dr. Jidward Beecher'a Galosburg, ia A year before he grndu'atcd at.tlfe Seminary he married Jfiss.Sophii) Jlt Cady, Music'tcacher in'Sviicatoii Coj- legc, a lady in every respect qualified Let it be niulcrsloo'd thai I lib bo a minister's wife; intelligent, cst stock and best assortment full of heal th.social, insyinpalhy with ready-made clothing lor "men ajhis religious by boys ever kept by nny house iiiKhc'r Aipcrior'unisical.'iiilani ib'nsslst komois now to be seen ut Afai her husband in a substantial manner, moth cornci. The prices arc as lo They" have two children, n'girl" und a as bcfoic the war, and arc tixed witboy, both healthful and as 'lively ns a view not to be and sec before piiroliiiajng clscwhe'rj [mmcdiafely Rafter ,gi'rtdnatiiig. iii Rcmcnibn the place, at tlie dlSGo Mr. Baldwin began his work ns Hie Xew York Store. ministerat Lisle Downer's GrbvcJ1 pear Chicago. He was very success- Pounds of Wool Wanted 4ul there balding a church andgath-' the New York Store. iping lnigc U0ngl.cgati6u flrst give notice Evaris, uniting- ndustry, faithful aud persevering Efforts, and more than ordinary bus- ness tact and ability, is due the suc- cessful closing of extraordinary, transaction. The voters of the Slate will remember with gratitude, as they will remember the .Republican )arty, for saving to', them ,'oue hun- Irpd and ,thousand if we Iniye it lilleJ in clianpe o'l bdunllcH, a'aniiBlt-r fio'm one liftml Enroll gliW iier'portion to1 the flo'wcru, semi their unto man, inan'gutlicrH tlioni, deekn the pallr; of fm ndship; und. inukea hcniu' swcclor with tliuir ilch t The sky in mellower lor Uio ing ClouU Lhnl loivurH The 'cloud its glory from, Lhe orb'ofdny. i All tilings 'nrc tribiiinry lo ciWli' other. The 'glow-Svorn trtiveler's pebble Innis' the title. Rills fill Uio river; rivois toiul Ilioir vnpora fortli nnd (111 tho rills., If love from our noul unto onrne'ijr'.ibor'j, soiucthi'g must bo dislodged'whhin his bicMsl. ,11 may be cnVy, pridr, or matter or il may be awcckcpl', ins'of grnlitiulp' tlmt will glntl-' some ear, though'nol our oVn. aro but not, like cm thly InbinerH, waiting for our Jt.comcs in tiinc, nnd always at, the needed travcH iu nioliun. Roll, ;lic ball of love rtill striku many hcrtita. niul gnthe'r icccleratotli'spced. PaeB tlm cup around. Bid'the thirsty Jilatnnd mould giillicr on the jup LlialBlands unmoved; inid'thc, .....-'it lidliU become'liiifli for niiothci's use., Necessity of Sleep. ibouRnmiB of busy-pro-, )lo' whb.dib every, want of, sleep. becomes ti; liseaae, and js the preenrnor'-of-ia-ji sanity. ,We spink of-Bleep an Uic: mage of oin waking lours ns the image ol' life. SI cop H not like death for it is the poi'i- od in which llic waste >of this -syu-'' tern ceahCB, or reduced lo its in urn. Slucp r'.'pniis the >yaslCu ivhich waking liours It rebuilds tlie niftlit' s tlie Kv- ery part of Silently overhauled, nml all the tfu- -ues, and subntnncce uic lopleninh-. id. Waking coiiBumus'iiind cx-> imtisU; sli'jp rcplaccH and-repoira; waking is dciilli, t r, ina'n who sleeps; little, rev pnira lilllc. A man who wmilfj up. a good worker iniiBt' bo good' Blecpcr1. A man Imp aa nU'ch foitc' in him us he had provided fo'r'1 in" sleep. Tlie quality of m ous temperament six or seven A lympbutio man is slug- gish, moves and sleeps Bill o nervous man rjnickly everything. He In'art lionr than u sluggiwl, man in' two hours; and HO ia lii.i Every rnnn must glccj) according to 'ills .eight hours -At' the avernfjo. Whoever by work, plcasiirc, borroM', or by other- en is regularly diminishing I JIB destroying h in Jifc. A ronii. may hold out for n tiinc, bul'thc1 crash irill come and ho will Therc is a great deal of intemper- ance besides that of tobacco,

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