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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 19, 1870, Kokomo, Indiana                               18. KOKOMO, INDIANA. KOKOMO TRIBUNE, KVKBV TJIUHSDAY BY AT KOKOMO. IND. OFPIOE IM TRIBUNE BUIJJDING, Cororr Mulb rj and Railroad Strwlt. For lo If NmPiidln Advance J3.00 ATTORNEYS AT LAW. w. ATTORNEY AT LAW KOKOMO. Spscinl illentiou glrrn 10 Collections, znd ihe of Estates and Aisp prosecutes, juccessfullr, all ol Oliimj against Government. Office ortr AmcricJii Eipresi THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1870. NO. 29 LETTER FBOM DR. C. RICHMON Texas and Her Capitol. HATK.-I OI-' AUVKHTMIAG. One'sqOirV (thg ipiet of II Kid, JO oents for each insurtion I liy. 3oio. 2mo. 3mo. I JO 3 I 2 00 -t 1 col. j a oo' 400 DUO 6 00. 806 IS 08 00 i 00 C 00 8 00 10 00 16 00 23 CO 00 6 00 T 00 8 00 13 00 13 M 00 3S f 4 00 7 00 8 00 10 00 15 00 is oo 36 00 OOtlOOO 10 00 13 00 15 00 20 00 K 40 00 60 1400 1800 JOOO n Office o corner Pu ATTORNEYS AT LAW, KOKOiTO, L.ND. House, North-west pposite Shernun blic Squire. (010 At Ilio above ratei, mult take tha run of (lie paper, t'ur choice higher ralca will ba charged. per iquare foroich ohirjfuJ to parlr publithi'or __ tin abort paid JAMES IV. KOlll.VSOX, Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Kokomo. Ind. North aide Public in the oifici: ormerlr occupied by fknnett. Will practica in all tho Courts of Ihe .Slate. Spe- olal attonlinn 'to collections and business ot Adininiatrator. Eiocillnr nod Guardian. 16.n20.-lf. published as nuwj. Mammies I ween [inrties who read a paid-Tor TxilUNl in- as no we when tlio parties part inrf parcel of families who don't for Trlbuoe, one dollar musl acconipxnr Ihe notice aril will not IM inserted. Communication] to promote primte mterodt be paid fornt Iho rtguUr rites. Adreriisacnants, the number of inaer- liousdeiired is marked on the copjr.wlltbscon- tmad until ordered out, and charged at regular raten. Gditorml notices IS cents fur each line. Religious and Kducattontl application at 'lie ofllce, tmr be contracted for at lower ralon. RKOORDEH OF HOWARD COUNTY. KOKOMO, IND. Will write and late aclcnnivloilgmonlii of Deed4. Mortgages dealing in Heal find it to their aArantaire to callon me. C. D. J. If. KHOII. miriJititAV A- KKOJI. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, KOKOMO, INDIANA. uio-tr Connected with the Tribuoe Office ii as lobbing department, all now, at Ihort in in Ihe Slain. PonUra, Cards, Blanks, Circulars, lo., ic.. can be oxecuted snoodilr and beauti- fullr.' For Him kiad of work MUST aCOOMPANY AM, OKUBRS. Addrean all orderx to THE TIUllb'NK. KOK01IO. IND. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. I. W. K1XK. ATTY'S AND J. f. KM.IDTt A COU.VSKLI.OltS AT LAW tun .VOTAIiV PHBMC'. KOKOMO, INDIANA, Will practice ia all tlio Courts in the Slate. Ollice in Dr, Jamon' Ulock, S. K. C'ornorot tho jquaro. AC-JTI.V, Apr. '.'JO, JS70. KDITOIS Yon never in >on? you scf it, if you wfint to look In-iiiitifnl oonnti y. 11 is beyond rjut tion :i beiuliful country, and. nl though mostly a pinirie, alill there i not tho monotony in Ihr appearance that you might ".upposc Hiding' nut falling in loiiff and smooth elevations and depressions, covered with gicei grnssnnd HOM-CIS in variety doited licrennd iheic withgtovc' o trees ofgreiiter or p.vtcnt, ni.tking ft beautiful loption for resirlcncc where >ou can overlook nil the coun- try for mile? .iiotnnl. J'iiims as yet arc patches in Ihh country; tracts of uiiciillivntcd land intervene, leaving miijfcTo'i' hcttia of'enttlp thtit ai-p everywhere (o be seen. Itooin hero Cor and all their friends il they will come, and with littJu labor iri.ikc a jjood In ing. The faiinei can work all (lie year round, and often r.iise double Unl il wits not thccotintiyso much thai 1 wished to about ns the city of AuMin. It is in apponrnncc biicli nn one a-, 1 never before icokccl upon, ft i> situated in is conn- ly upon the norlli kink of Ihe Colo- rado liver mid is the Capitol city for the State. Ail the public buildings i Private Letter From Judge Linsday. I The Year of Jubilee Vi't jKiidon of the Judge tor pulling' into ijpc tlm follow iuy: Ici- tcrnnd IIP always been so forgiving of our 1'nnlu he will grant Kill piulon HOT SI-RISC-, AitKA.vsis. 51 ay 1S70. T. C. I have now IM-OII icre one month, have taken twenty- one batha. For the firsulnve weeks really ihought 1 nol impiov- mid but for the cnfourngomcnt of my physirian I should have be- come disheartened. M'hcn I came icro I had rhcnmnfi'iiii or ncnrnlgin, Hcrfingalinosl my entiic body, but 'flu's is a lee year with the it nostly rny head, and lower cx- remitics. and lo such an extent that had not i cst day or night. As I have suited, for three week' I r.illier (K-conragcdi'HOl being ble to diai-ovcr anv being two htnldrcd and tifty ycar.- stnce the firaVglmich wnt planted at old proposed by the denonunatipn'ro'celebraie the event wirfi BpproprjStf1 memoi-inl The natioiinlyijOiiveiition, jiftt elo-cd in Chicago; n gmnd success, bolh hn-espect of the nu-ni- bcrs in nlfeiidflncc ipiril and enthusiasm of the ablest ;nen of thgijenorniiintSbn were present both 'from the East and AVest. Kev. Leonard .Bacon, of Xcw TJave'n, address, in whidli he eloquence the LETTER FROM CAPT. BRIGHT. StliTlhink Imiflcicd moie than I ver did. About the lime first of bathing (21 in iiumber) oscd I commenced to [y head and eyes have been for sev- daj 5 a free from pain n- ever mylilc; the trouble in hips id leus have entirely disappcaicd, and on tliis day, and lor the last four days, am and almost en- tirely free from all pain and trouble jsiyeu-eormaton in EngBtiid whicfUcd t'olhc exodus ot the I'ilgvirus mitftbeir settlement in this 116 paid a glow- ing ti-ibufp to- theu-'JicAiic Yllcihnxfl C'lrcull Court Mania 4lh Kondtr of Mar and Novombur JOHN Term 4 weeks. Meula 4lh Moada; in February, June, and term 4 WILI.IAV OIHVIH, Nublearille, Judge. ConiMilMHloiatir'u Court meeli ou lha flrit UonJiyw in June. September, Decou- her, March; and oo the aucond ilundny in April 11 a Hoard of Equalization. Jcrouja Drttivn, Morelaml unit S. Slrjttun, Cviumiaiion- OIHcerH of Ilo-vrurd S. .Cl.rk, Treuurnr. Sheriff. II. U. JOHN V, UNDIHWOOP, Jours TAYLOR, SIMUSL Riouir. FIKI.D, XILTON IIITIJOK a. BKLI, -ntu.it. A ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Purrtiim'a Illook. X. K. coiner t'ublit KOIfOMO. IND. loma, lad R. Ko- ol J. W. A.H. .........Marshal. W. A. B. M. ULIOI, ....................Clerk. S. A. VloOKK COUM01I.UKN. i. A. N. 1'. RiohmONd, Ward Ho. I W. II. KUller, E. C. I.oaoh. Ii. W. A. V. Armstrong, J fl. W. L'ierann. T_ IUrl. _____. JI To WHOM IT CO.SCKKV We the undersigned certifv Dial MM. I' Siifir IIHH siiccessliilli piacl'lctil ilnliufirv m our vicimtv fir eluvop jcari and we mend hor to tin; pooplo of Kokoimi a.M ros- ponsiblo in that capacity. Elizabeth M Uoa. ,Myci3, C. Ulymrr. Htumlmugli, Mary Alkiruon, Miinn Slmitor. Mary I'orter, Jnnc- Wilkinson M. A. Amos, Margaret Kuns. Mary Walt, S. J. Culvert. l.OQiNSroiiT, LSD.. March IS, 1870. Rcsidonce Nn. '.'I Market St.. Kokomo. n22-3 m-p.1 HOTELS. O. L. PAUI.KNER, KOKOMO, JOilK I.. FAULK.VK1I, CI.KKK PHYSICIANS. I'HYSIOIAN A SURGEON, KOKOMO, IND. UlUctoror Drvilun it GO'J itort c.irno'r public aquare. N.- H. arwclal attention Rlruu to illieawi ol KJTB ind Opuratlra Surfer j. o'Ji 1. O.'jonsjjN. WK. at'OTT. MTT) tJo- I Cor. Maiu ind Tijlor Sl'a. OMcei Orer PRttlion UMd Cof- attend nU-lf DENTISTRY. DENTAL SUHGEON. Ollice oror the Itardnare store of Arniatronf, Nixon ACo., Eastsiilu 1'ublic iqunre, Koko- uo. Indiana. All operations iierfurmcd in tho muniter and warranted. Oirehiinti call ifyou naut first cliss done at reasonable pricea. Will collj prcmpilr at all lionri. J. J. PHYSICIAN Ufflot N'o. 33, K, HOHJO. i SURGEON, U. Street, W M. Oiilctin biok room, ftttlaoe A ColUn'i Druf 1'ubllo AND W.L WINSLOW, DENTAL SURGEON. I corner 1'ublic S up ittira, Kokomo. Work DRUG STORES. KCLECTIC PHYSICIAN SURGEON. I'irlicuUr tlleutioii lo Cbrunio Dliotiej oj'womon ind ohildnu. gtren to all cilli iu raj pro- Offlci ow'dooc of tho Host Office. nJJ W. A. CLAIRVOYANT PHYSICIAN. Paltiion A OolBa'a Driif Stole. Wi tb( and lo- Mlai ill human ijtkm. without ajnnptoiM, anj for tba tmiTltit Infant with Mr- WEtroiiU winLs. Will vlilt in aoilovlof "n't-tf DAHNALL, SCO'lTON CO., cuDitanllr on haiidd a full .stock 01 Mediemes Hldo I'u IKTID If A K IMN N1IO I.. II. II1LLIS, No. 12. Xorth sutc I'ublic Kokomo, Ind.. Manu- facturor and Dualur in Smlillon 'anil llarncatji Krorjrtliing iu tliin line cai had at uir shop on ai terms as al ftnj point ID thin part of the Stall. Carriage Kxtcudd noatly and promptlr dom lo order. Doc. 24. are here; the'y have u State Jlouse, Land Ollice, lor Ihe Inline, Blind, Deaf and and Otlier building'.. The Slate is on u hill or ridye coming in from the noitli and nbont in the center of the city. On either side are a ol1 lidges, some running lownrd (lie river, oth- i mining toward-: hvo small creek', that conic down from the The dill'erence in the direclion and elevation of i idyeei render? it impossible to a very extensive horn itn> given point.and there- fore you must iro over the most ol'it lo see it, and a- von pic-, along you will often be -mpiised by the sud- den appearance of it beautiful resi- dence or location, and by the diver- sity of afl'oidinjr ample to the ingenuity and lastc in its improvement. Some of the resi- dences when from a distance appear ns if set upon a high hill, but when yon gel there (he hill is not so high after all for other hills and depressions change the appear- ance. There are quite n. number of good itnd substantial buildings in the city. There im> also quite a num- ber more in progfcsa of conduction. A serious, obstacle to building is the lumbar. Yon 'pay from ten to fifteen dollars per hundred tor dressed lumber, mostly cudar and not ven good at Stone i- abundant and cheap, and an excellent quality of biick is made, resembling muoh tho Milwaukee biick, and lime the finest in the world. Stone for building tan be got, in the immediate vicinity, of any icquired length or thickness col- umns fifteen fcci long of one piece are made and laigcr could be had if required. The whole city N under- laid, with roilc. Good wells of water can be got of very hard limestone water, but cisterns arc almost entire- ly iiscdinbtead of wells and nro made large enough to hold all the water a family would need in a yeai. -Hotels aie not extravagant except in charges. Private "boaid hard to got. -Uusincbis is moderately .Merchants keep all sorts of goods and wares in (he store and have things mi veil up generally. Drinking saloons ate not numer- ous tu innny other places. The amount of drunkenness seen upon the stieeU is not great by any means, but yon can the marks of the beast upon the face? of a good many men are not drunkards but and can walk about as I may please. When I came I could do but very lit- tle walking and had to do that wirh the aid of a c.inp. Whether il is on- Iy a temporary stisponsion ofiny trouble and allliction or a permanent improvement icmaiiii to be seen. 1 slmll remain until the foro purl of June take auotlier course, 21 baths. Tlio visitors here arc increasing very rapidly. Every Sluto in the Union and evciv territory almost have roprcsent.itivcs here. Texas is well leprescnlcd, coining us (hey do from throe lo live hundred miles in wagons and carriages. I have un- dcrslood that Dr. .Richmond is talk- ing-ot'going there to get rid oi, his trouble. say to the old man Hint I am told those here from that they h.ivo a gre.it deal of rheumatism in Hint Stale and that he had bettci ''look before he leaps." 1 have thought often, since here, of many cases in Indiana and amongst others ol our neighbor nnd fiicnd, Jnmcs "U'ebb. I have ihoughl, con- sidering his age, stieiiglh and vigor of constitution and the. length of time lie has been nfllicled, that ho might be greatly benelitled, if not entirely cnved, by toiuing here and icniiiiiiing some four or mouths, for I lell yon there arc some wonder- ful cures eflccled heic; liilc ninny who come are not bcnetittcd nnd of- f grantl'icsiilfs clmsch and slate. Of all the speeches re- ported, none wa-, liner than that of Rev. Dr. T. if. Po5t, of St. Louis. his grand theme gave the wide-t scope lo his glowing As lie set foith lhc influence of Hie Purilniis-anil their idea? on the herc.irhcd some of HIP high est (lights of eloquence wltich have made the of the principle, and polity of thu proud of their goodly heritage. It is planned to hold in addition to this geiicr.il contention, State and district conventions, so that dining the year every chinch and every in- dividual of Ihe denomination .shall become in; ires' id in lionoiing memory of the fathers. U is pro- posed also thnt every paMor in lhc land shall preach a momoiul dis- course if possible, during (ho month of Ma> Then in oitlci to provide some woithy ppimnneat ineinoiinl of the and their work, it is i-.ilcml- ed to enlist the entire coiigrpgaiional body in nn cftbn lo r.iiso not less than tin ee millions of dollar for brncvo- Icnt tind educational U is expected csppcinlly toplare the seven He has Found the Place. ___ WACIIITA. April Pmi.n-s WILDMAX Thinking that a description of the Grc.it Ameiican Sandy Desert" would be of interest to some of the many readers of your valuable pa- me io write you this: On leaving Kokomo, some months ago. I started West with the determination of finding, if possible, a better locatiou. And after travel- ing over ihe larger portion of the Slates of Missouri, Nebrnsku and northern nnd ccntr.il Kansas, I had almost concluded to return to Koko- mo. Hut after visiting south-west- em Kansas, or what was known (iu my school boy days) as the Great American bandy desert, seen .only to Accidental Discoveries. Some of the best discoveries am experiments in the variou. branches of scieucc. have been madt by cha.uce. thocngincer.took the lobster's tail foi-his model, when he was constructing pipes to conrc> water to Glasgow from the opposite side of the Clyde. Brunei, who con- structed the tunnel under the Thames took his first idea from the ship- wonn, he observed it perforate, with its well-armed head, Urst in one direction and then In another, till the arched way and then Jaiib over the roof and sides wilh a kind of varuidh. The art of portrait painting is believed to have had its origin in an accident. Corimhia, a voiing girl of Sycon, discovered her beautiful lover asli-up; the lamp which burned beside him cast the shadow of his prolllc on the wall struck by the likeness, and inspired by love, shu traced it, and thus pro- duced the tlrst specimen of ihat de- lightful art. The hammer of a black- smith suggested a subject for one ot ten aifto -'jiaine tell you it (nkos work-to sweat and bathe, nndbnthc and swcat.aud drink priii'-ijinl of the denomination upon a xirnngand libei.il Ibnndiilion. The erection of Congregational Jlonsc .it lioston, is nNo conicmplatcd. a  and libr.ny of the denomination nnd n1- Ilie headqu trier-, of its benevolent' societies. One of Ihe appropriate things recommended lo be done, during Ihe year, is the paying of chinch debts by all eorgregafioiic thai are encum- bered by -.ticli a burdon. The commemoration will conclude with a .special service on ihe of December, the day on which the Pil- .MI will remain licit-. The Arkansas vallej is the valley of Ihe bolh in extent and rich- ness of soil, rich alluvial bot- toms of die two Arkausas rivers and their tributaries are unsurpassed for farming purposes, and inngiiig fiom to thirty miles in width. The stream1! are HiiL-d wilh a modcrtttc. snpph of timber of various snUicient for fuel, fencing and build- ing pui poses fur a number of years. Our soil i-. from four to six feet deep, below which lies n deep bed of quick-sand, forming an underground irrigation which will ineure a good crop for the farmers in this vulley if (hey did not get a drop of rain for twelve inonlh.s so wo need not fear Ihe drouth iu this part of Kansas nl least. AVnchitii located on the Osnge Trust lands, known as the '-twenty mile on the cast hank of the Little Arkansas, near its The Atchison. Topckn fcjanta Fe ll. 17. is mid lo be detiiiately located at (his point. The roiul leading west from Fort Scott through llnmboldl, Eureka and Eldorado, known M Ihe P.-in-alcl will naturally the Arkansas ,it Ihi.s point, il di Be Considerate. Don't expect too much of (he chil- it t.iken forty it m.iy be, to make you wlnt yon are. with ali the of experience. Above all, don't expect judgement In a chilil. or patience under trials. Syin- pnihi7e in their mistakes nod trou- ble'. don't ridicule ihwn. Remem- ber noi to measure a child's trials by your .standard. "As om- whom his mother siiy-s the inipir- ed writor. and beautifully lie convey lo us that deep, fu'ithuil love which lit to be found in even woman's heart, the unfailing- by in pa" thy with all her children's griefs. Let the memories of their child be as b'.-jghi ns you can nuiki [hem. Grant them eTery innc-con leasure in your power. often felt our temjuM- rise lo sec how their little plans arc th war- ed by older persons, when a little- rouble on their part would have Rev. Wm. H. Goode. In tho Telegram of Kriilay this veteran of the Cross writes a frothy communication to that paper in which he heaps upon it the most fulsome praise for Us course in notic- ing the action of the Xorth Conference on the Kinnan ease, nnd pportunity to hurj inst the Iiidinunno- f T J" r 1st in vmn tried to gh'i! the drapery about which ho was in hi', picture the graceful folds which co'd alone satisfy him vexed nl hU fail- ure, he was about to put the painting away, when a servant entered the studio and, pulling lo Mich thing', ns fell in In-, way. he threw his the stand; it fell into the graceful fold-, so much desired by the painter. So an artist, in despair of imparting the ion of Ihe excilement and heat oflhe chase (o the noble horse lie was paint ing, flung his bindi iniivitlcntlr a- way; it splashsd njion tlie nostril? of the horse, and represented nl once the foam, ivhich wis nil linn re- quired. Iu cvcry-dny life our thoughts seem lo be chance conn School "Keadoa." Tho Detroit Free 1'rossAvonta mod em iniprovemcnts worked into school reading bookn alter ihe sort ol the following samples: The goose is on hor nest; she a tine quadruped, and hnsn tenor voice Can the goose fly far? Xo neither Ihe nor the ihiuocui can lly far. Ilerois the gas works. It is a high building. All our Congressmen mo born here. Do Congressmen ever steal You mav be sure thev do. Ihe child pleasure, Ihe memory of which would last n life time. Do tot think a child a hopeless case bo- Lli.lllU.IS. HARDWARE. KIMltl.kO A- AIlf.TIAA, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ORKEXTOWN. ISD. OftM in the room fornurly V tii> Scctt. v I. HUM. PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS, AI.TO, INDIANA. Eclectic Physiciana, Obstetri- cians and Surgeons, Wholesale Dealers In romraN 1 DOMXSTIO HARDWARE, CUTLERY, US SOUTH MERiniAX STREIT, lanrj ROLL, THOM1> V. ItMBLI, I. INDIANAPOLIS, ISO. AUCTIONEER._____ JONATHAN OOYALT. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. lit] had IE Mir yeara eiperioncc and nill at- tend iftlesio any part of the  cane ii'ftftoitt a ftettr- and (leciding ll by proiiosilion that tin- llcv. Win. 11. Goode acknowledges confcrcnci! hud nothing lo do with by n vole of 71 to "nn almost uiipreci-ilijiitfld boHMingly mldh Jtov- crend censor of tlie prehh, which liti taken occasion to dononce as "vcmil" Mrc had almoet concluded Hint thu picture drawn of ihe Itovurcnil tleman's violence, in his ijpcueh ''.n conference had been somewhat ovor- done by our inforiminl, until we read his commnlcalion in the Tclcxi-Hin, from whioh we tlie above ex- Irnet, lo us that ho the qualifications of a Bishop, (ho 110 doubt is nn uspli-iinl to that Ueingholf-willcd, er, and neithei just or tcmpurntc lu his poison of uiulcr his lips, uml his moiitli U full of ciiiving and H mav not avail for a sinner like ou fuel t t'j pray for a reformat Ion iu this An editor of a Western paper hav- ing lent an axe to one of his subscri- bers, the borrower unfortunately broke the handle. On retnrning it, the man 'aid, "you can easily "el it fixed." replied the editor, "bat that tf-iJJ costat least a quarter of a dol, lar." rejoined the borrower, "if you ain't rather small for an editor! Here's the quarter, but I'll thank you to stop my paper at once." ------------1 Judy thinks "Doctor's Wile" are a "taxon patience." A burly TVulon, whose laslc "for (jer could nol be dispttied. enter- e a city c'irprie day with a lingo meerschaum in 'month, nm) taking the onfy vacant seal, proceed- ed lo roll forth volumes of smoke. The conductor, seeing the violation of the rules, stepped up to him and .-laid "Xo smoking allowed." The Dutrliman taking his pipe from his mouth wilh an air of astonishment, thus replied to the polite conductor: 'I don't make no noise I man's vniuiiiciv and condnrt; but lio shall havo it with'all the, fervency of soul we are cap-ible of, nnd v.-o he needs not only our feeble but wo (nisi every Christian the land may offer up prayoru behalf, (hat he nriy he more truthful in statements Immny heruallcrmake, than he has been regarding (lie course In; alleges wan pur.sund bv the Pullii- diiim towards a Methotii'sL Minister. might follow thoexainplo tie has set and donoiince that which he ut- lerxalioul our paper nt> -'false and scurrilous, and his romiuenls as Ini- but we content oursolf wilh charitably suppOKing that he A man warned his wife in Xcw Orfc-ans not to light the fire with kcr- 8hc didn't heed tins warning. Her clothes (It t-ccond wife re- markably well. A paragraph is going (he about a -irl in Chester, Vt., dying from tight lacing. An editor, roin- on the faHoayx: These cor- sets should be done nway wilh. and if the girls can't live without being squeezed, we huppo'fi can be found who would ftitcrifire (liem- selvef. As old as we are, WP would ratlici- devote three hour, a day. without a cent of pay, as a brevet corset, than girii dying oil' in that manner. Office hours' almost any It is only Uioftc wno Jj.ive done nothing that fancy they ran do everything. The German in United StnJpa number thirtv sand. the was merely mistaken in the mtnc of lhc '-caught up a slander- ous reporl aga inst a Mplhodlsl illn- ctr. Our course (ownrd Methodist Min- isters and nil other of the Gospol always been (he as charged by the Hev. Vfm. ll. Goode. The J'alladiiiiii uniform- ly defended Iliom ivhcn asMnlluil niul sliindeicil, and Its columns have wl- wavft bren fively givnn for their and if he knows any face (6 the con- trary, we call upon' him lo point it and if he 10 do (Ins and finds hit has been inihUiken, we ujik him to MIV so and thin, countftracl the injiiFlieo he done our paper and n s. lhc arliclp to whirh" wcnllnded last week and which we print by Uio reqnoil of tins editor of the Palladiiiin-iii wliofi; VoliimiH it appeared. la many we do nol like It. Such exjiro.noiis as "veteran of tho Crois" and "frothy1' are not, demand- ed. The edilor of the Palladium In Mircty uimcfjiiBliitfd with the dUci- pllnc and customs of the M. E. church when he puts his "parliamentary' fas-e, for he is widely in error. But it is not our business to reply to the artide HO we leave it as il k. Williams had been dofji" something which her mother told her fbe riiiisin't do. She hrid ciirranlB, and, of, course, nhc got lier mouth nil rtnincd. That's the wuy sliegotfoujidoiH. Her mother gald: ou know you were forbidden to wit "JJul ran. Salan me." "Why didn't >oii my, Get thcc be-' hind iric, "1 did miy, get thee behind tici And he nnd pot bebiii'd nxj and pushed JTIC right into the 'cur- rant Ayoiingladvpupjlinaweatenilte. male college thus a' letter to friend: ''Tiut I comes a soph, who parts Jifsvhair inv the middle, ami. a that prick? dreadful.   

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