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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 26, 1870, Kokomo, Indiana                               JiSiW yt jt T i Ik. KG J- TJH3 .H l! I" I OMOXOJt THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1870. -KQKOMO TRIBUNE, S2.00 Hor One .Year in Advaoco v S2. If Not Fiid. in 'Advance- (i. JriSoMi-W I dcifta for ench additional insertion ATTORNEYS AT LAW. vroiirv W. AKP ULAIM i LAW Special attention giron to Collection', [he 30tllem( at or EilatcB And Oiiinlijnsliip.L prosecutes, successfully, all 01 Cluiins against the Government, Office over American Expreii o QBIce opposite corner I'ubiic Squire AI the above rules. must lako tlwrinrof'llro' Fur ctiolco locations MtuM will be charged. parcol of familioa wlio uoii i i'-v Tribune, ono dollar must the notice liom.lti.sircJ U morkodun Iho copy, will be con lined u-ilit clmrRed at raj-nlir rites. T I tJ Kditonnl notices li Tor cucli line. EiliiJtttMiril ipplicalioii (it 'hi; onico. nmy lie conlr.iclcil lor n[ lovtor niton Attorney, at'Lajy''tind Public. ICokomo, Lid! Office North side I'nblic Sqvara an Hie office ormerly occupM by 11. Wil practice iiiall life t'onris-if tho SJie ciul nltoiiliou [o nnit busrucsn ql AdnlinUtritlrtr. Kxooutor fJctarfimn. I III ,'rti. RECORDER OF HOWARD 00 UNT if K Q MOM D.; ,y 4 tl Will write tike icknnnlvilguitiitf (if Deeds. Mortgages ,1'-. I'ursniR dealing in liu.il hniljl If) tissir udiiinlnec 10 iiu-. JIO'luilY. i v .v J. II. KKOII IMP ATTOKNKVS A'l1 KOKOMO. I.V1) ASA. iieatsd.willi tlip Tribune 1 AO rtmohl, nil now, i, Ih. Sfcto! OMiUi, fclnil of, MPANY Ailrlrcis nil onlora to T1IK TK1HUNK, KOKOMO. 1MX Court Moots Ith Monday of Mav anil Juus Turin C'omuioii 1'Ion.v Illi Monday in I'obruary. June, and Soplembur twm I G j. v. J. w. AND XOTAItY KOKOMO, INDIAN A J Will practice in nil llw Court1, in the Ktite. ODicu in Dr. Jmnus' IJIock, S. I' Cuniu-oi; llmHiiiiini. uii Court Ilio firat JlomlnjB in June. September, Doccin- bor, March; on the Monday m April inn. Hoard of Kiiiializnliim. Juroiuc lirown. mid S. Sirulion, Cuninuision- ol' II..H. Wissww, JolfH UNUKIIWOOD, S FiKi.n. Hcliool It onto, 1ml Auditor, ....Ulerk, ....HlicrUT. .Riiconler, SUKVKVOB. R. YMLE. Ko- ol KolcttiiiOi J. W. A.II. JA'S. V. il. A. Mooim.-'................. co use it. st UN. J. A. Jitniei; 1'. UiclnnOnd, A. J Norton. E. (i-Leach. Thomnc JBJ-. A. K. Armstrong. 0. W. I'ieisjoii. W. K. Iliibinson. -Mayor, Marshal, 'Treasurer. Work. HILTON n KM. vHinm v.'iijLi .v- ATTORNKYS AT LAW, 1'iinluin'ii Illotk, X. K. ciirucr I'nblic KOKOMO, To WHOM IT M vv CONCKIIN We Iliu cerlih- tli.ii MM I'. Slli'KV piutfictil .MuliulVn ii> our licillitt clcien Ti'.ir.-. anil WL- reconi- her (0 th oniiblu in llint M Ki-u. peuplu nf n% U1-. C, Clymcv, Mary Alkinaon, Lydni Lucy Maiia Slaiitcr." Marr 1'ortor, June Wilkinson, II. A. Amos, Kuns, Mary Wait, .1. O.iKoit. I.OOANIIUBT, IN p., Mnroh IS.'O. Krsiilunci! Xn. -I K'nkoinn. 91OI 0. KAULKNKK, Propnolor. KOKOMO, TNtX JOIIX L. Cl.KKIC PHYSICIANS. SURCKON, KOKOMO. IN'D. Co'j store north-east corner public square. Riven to di.soascs o( ioiW..JC. D. WM. SCOTT, M.I) lao: Corner I Uesiilnice: Car. Mutn udl'iiylorSt's., ijsml Tnylor St's. unil t'ol- Klin .Store. "L'u IVU'S .lOII.'VNO.'V SCOTT, Will Bttantl culls at all nll-tf PUYS1CIAN k SUUGEON, Olllco No. 3J, K, R. Street, .unpinile the (Jllico in back room, loft liaml, 2J slorr. iwor I'litlison   Uhronic Dijeanea tnil of vioinon and children. Proinpl allcnlion giron to all calls in my OSicenno ilixir'cMl of tbo Vost Uttlcv. CLAIRVOYANT PUi'SlClAN. Olllco 2n 1 door oast of I'atlison A. Collin's Tonilcr-i his jirofosHionnl icrvicoa to the citizens of Koknmo anil rioinity. Ho describes aud lo- ottes oftho human system, without Any preriouj knowledeo of thesymiilouii, and (iroacribcj for Iho smallest Infant uith a cor- taintrof its wants. Will visit paltenU in and out of thecitr. M. n. A II f PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON, ORKKXTOWX. 1SD. Office in by Dr's Scott. room formerly DR. L. KSHX. DR. 1.. C. PHYSICIANS SURGEONS, ALTO, INDIANA. j Eclectic Physicians, Obstetri- cians and Surgeons, KOKOMU, IN'DliXA. Office oter 1'iltisou A Coflin'a DriiR Store corner Public Squire, to the citiiem of KcVotuo and -ncinitj services embracing the fru-.t1 of long and Jilip-'jl study many- yenrs ot in treating Western diseases. After biTiug devoted thirteen years to the GENERAL 1'RACVICE OFME DICINE, wo become fully persuaded that tho best o( the jmblic WON particular "tWflonjotthi profession to the treilmanl of propose, in Iho future, to cire our time mors particularly to that depart- ment of to tho treatment of such M u Xeurai-ii Of th0 face other of the bodr; Inflammation of theKyes; of tbo Bar. Throat Citafrlifa'Jisease much to ous and Sick Cin- Www; o{ Women "ttl! 'ornuofChrooic Ailment. lon in or by letter proiuptlr ine. by nuil Ueu do- j charge. Ollico the Hardwire slui of Xixon A Co., East suio I'nblic square, Koko- ino. Iniliann. All operations port'ormcd in ll.o boat iiiannur andnunantoil. Oirelnni n cail if you wnnt cliias work ilone at renaoniiblc iincea. DKNTAL SURGKON. Olllco, Soulli-wesl corner 1'ublirh.juaro up staird, Kokonm. Worlt DRUG STORES. H DARNALL, SCOTTON ('0., Keep constantly on himls ,v full of Mocliciuop Ao, Strto TISTOD If. HILLIS, No. 12, North "tide I'nblic Square, Kokoino, Intl., Mftim- lecturer nnd Donlor la Fuddles 'nnd Harness: ISrcrjr thine in lino cnn had at my shop on SB renaoiiftblo icrina ns nt any point'in this part of the SUtf. Carriage T and promptly noatly dono to orilrr. Dec. 21. IMS. IHLMH. HARDWARE. n KIiTMtl.i: Wholesale Dealers in JOBE10N .1 D01ISST1C HARDWARE, CUTLERY, d-C 1M SOOTH MKRIDUN ItOLL, THOM13 V. KIMBLli JOIIX B. AlKVi S. I INDIAN A POMS. AUCTIONEEJR. JONATHAN OOYALT. LICENSED AUCTIONEER. Has nuinv years ciporwnco 'f the ml conntv on ,ll at- toad unlcs in ftnr part of ablet terms. Residence T wiles cost of thociij P. ddn-ss, KoVomo. INSURANCE. I tli inner Ilusscll RKPRESKXTS TUK XOLLOWIKO ICcliablo ASSKTS. Uomc Ins. Co., Y., Underwriter's Agency, Xew Yoik. Homalns.Co, JTcw Hnvcn, t i Conn., Xorlh Auioriwn Ins. Co., York, JlARBLK WORKS. Kiomo. tf. cellt- Total capital represented, 00 WILL 1XSURE Detached Frame Brick Dwellings XT TUK SflLLOWlXO R.V.TKS One year, from 2i to K Three years, from IJtf to IK Five 2 All Policies aro' paid up; no premium notes takon; no assessments. PSBSOSS WISHING IXSURAXCE will find me at the ofiice of; T. JAY, RUSSELL DOLMAN, in Kokomo, I ml. Jan. For the Tribune. IIV MISS C.VIC1IIK K. S.VOWDK.V. I the riia-Anpt dripping Thruugk thcelm Ucca. dark and tall. And mj backward Tn Jistmit days To tlio forms ibat noiv Aiid-thjjtf jar? thfit I dit m Ihe .silent da And liji) tg And ceiselasa ticking, ticking And I of the minj f f nd In timo to tho bcnting, beating Oh! ttlicro ore thuftel that And where ait) tho hoarta tbit btil'.' arc th Of J A Tlit'.r arc ROOD, tbebure piasoj fororer Anil their grHisd arc ninniij; the n-illuwa Tl.at u'crtlio criimblinff wM. VlieU a' fairy foot-fall; A.s free tlio young AuJn, i TluL 01 er Hlioiilden fell. Anil rfplud h'cirt. vbiing ai.'fl h'appV, Till tlieru c.ime a fatal hour. ft tvi-lcnined .I To ninjfic love-bound boiver. Oh, Ion were the lie uttered. Anil SHi'ct the songs lie Anil Ins glance nas and tender, Andltjljjfiiee and jpung; So tiioy wandered b.ick and forward Through tlio long moon-lijj lilcd hall, Anil lie tolil lierhoiv tic lored her, And tlio nnvtli heard it all i j? rs is h M s a J? f J flRss Tii tint trusliiif; heart: iHKl Wcie there nono lo am Iho birdlmg Of Iho u ilj snare? None! X'one! The i ntnra ahono dimly Ihe ttvillgh'l curtain's full. Anil the old clock htill kept And (lie nngclfl heard it nil. Aud thnsa votva have boon recorded caunot'lado Hu hear them lit the eoniiug 01 tint ftroat nud drcad.'ul dRjr, M'hen the King shnll jiidjto ujjuitlr 11 j thu deeds which we hiiro wrougbt, the spalcen, Ilj whldi The kprinfr time cnnu .tud Vdiiiabod, But 1 cr joiinKtionrl still was strong, Kir ilio jaiil ho uould When the sum i erilaya grttr lonjf; Hut Mlicii the Qoners had fadod. And the leaves begun to fall On tho (jnivcs bofnrc the And into tlio broad old hill Tliere t-ania for her a loiter, Tn n ivell known u riling bold, Hut hsr ptler, paler At the t.ile that thoro as told, Aud her ticuibliug hand prow colder, Ami the ii hold let' fall., We d-> not kiiow (lie wriliiiff.' Hut the novels 5iur it all. They 3 niv. nud at Of Hie uiighlr judgment dnr, iijjmnii nfm; It n ill baniMh him nnav Knun the fluner-clud fieUlt. of Edou. Where tho [Hire in henrt Shall dwell; Where uono but holy, Thu sonpjrf of the saintD shall svrell. Tlie mill-drops slill kiep dripping From tho crumbling old stone wall, And under tho neaping willow On u pruVo Iher fall, Wliorc a fnir yonnp I'orui lies sleeping, In liersnon-j M ith her cold litudd fuldv.i On her cold mid pulsuless brcatl. wnlcb uround hor. Thoj Mill her Irani (lie >vd. M'o shall look upon her btfsntj In the parftili.-c 'of God, Oh, >et shnll hcur her jinplnff With the wlnlo-robed bund abate, Aud her lioni t uliAll know no sorrow In the cloudless land ol love. Gleanings. Kissing was introduced into Itomc, uccording (o Pliny, ns it ot'tlo- locting- (he Indies -vvho given lo wine; a practice on their vt; to old hcrcditnry delicacy, The sign of Ihe Cross is made hy the Russians hcforc the labors of the lay lu'gin, by drivers before taking tlieicins, by persons passing n church, uid by merchants when they begin harguin. 'I'KMi-KR All other things rchttinjr to xis are preserved with care, and havo potno nrt or economy belonging to them that which is nearest relat- ed to ns. and on which our happiness depends, is alone coimnited to chance and temper only thing nngov- cruud, which governs (he Shoflenbury. In the twelfth centu- 1, Wang-gnn-chi reduced socialism to practice on a large scale in Cliiiui. lie made the stalo the manager of commerce, fixed (lie price of provis- ions, and made the rich pay the taxrs. Tribunals were appointed to deckle who were rich and who were poor; lie assigned land to the farmers, and loaned the seed. llwc. Xusic. Allieri, before he wrote, prepared his mind by listening1 to music. Lord Bacon, Milton, uml AVarburlon, wrote with the nid of music. Bonrdalouc, or was once found playing on a violin tp the jpitch, preprfratory 16 the sermon whic'h he was-- to preach- before the court. Currim m'cclitated with his violin jn hur'hnud. Dtsradi. i- Goethe wrote many of his most cxqtiiiite- lyrics under the inspiration of attachment to Anna Aluhicli, aud scut'them simultaiioously the young lady nnditho USKLESS V-Therej arc s-oine jnembers- of a said the Thomas Bvndbiiry, like a crunlVin the if they go the right wliy they afford but- little nourishnfcnt, but' if they happen to go the wrong way they give a great deal of trou- s- SodiAL Dr. Johnson and Dr. Snmner were many "cither-persons" at Mrs. >McCau- ley's! Vnlked a long tiihe at dinnev the "natural "eqtiali ty of L inankiiicl.' her luiitiiiguo. JphnSon't'Osc'up fr6m tho table, ftiuUwith a of coiiutcnaitce the gi-ouiul, to the servant, his chair: plnce, and pcr- to you in-niy Your mistress stiys. -you hear, tlmt .'li'C nil CASUS dispute between a tradesman and a spldie'r1 about {a pair, of sliocs cruised a civil of thirteen year's VV, ca'u be a number of iioblo [fimiishetPdnc'of the inost beautiful pages in all I lib' book's" of The Growing Interests of The Indiana Surgical Institute. Perhaps nil of our readers luu'e heard of the Indiana Surgical Insti- tute, and yet we doubt whether there is one in a hundred who is fully aware of the magnitude of the Insti- tution. The press throughout the Country, from lime to time, have made frequent references to it. Such references, however, have ii.sualh been to individual cases Hint have been treated there ruthcr than a gen- eral description of the Institute ilscjt and the woik it is designed to accom- plish. Fueling that it is an enter- prise worthy of note, and deserving general commendation, wo shall chus U'among the important'movements that are on in our State, and shall devote to it our spare space (his week. The Institute was Untied at its present iiinnngiM-s, where, from nn experience of several years, (hey were convinced that a mammoth in-tilu- tlon of the kind, located ;it some Iral point to the deformed and afllictrd of the whole country; would not only be a safe enterprise financially consideied, but would .-il- so confer an up- on the unfortunate. From its vast railroad resources, im- prcbscd itself upon them being that point. Ilencp, in July of year, Ihcy pnrclin.scd one of the lio- tel buildings there, to which, nfier liropcrly remodeling it, they remov- ed their institute from Charleston. The building is located on the tor- ler of Illinois and Georgia slrocK only one squnrc from the Union Dc- lot. This makes il very convenient or those desiring to visit (he Insti- ute and who have but ;i short time o remain in the city. It is five sto- in including the mcchan- c.il dcpni tmcnl in HIP s rcalh.onc of the most importaiil lepiirtmcnts of the whole. If hthe nore i-cinnrknblc on account of the net thai no othor institution on the oiitinont onrrics on, in iminpclialo ounce-lion with (heInstitution ilsolf, nch nn extensive manufacturing clo- }firlmcnt. Here, under their own lireclion, they inumtfacttiie nearly 11 the uppnrntus nnd appliances used n the various cases that present t hem- elves. A large stuiini cng-'me iccii erected, which t'lirnishcf the uolivc power to run this and other Icpnrtmenls. Skilful woikmen niij mploycd, nnd when R (self, all that is neocssnry is to make he cxnct mcii'iireineiiN, tind howcv- r distorted mtiy be (he deformed tail, a per tec I liKing appliance is oon in readiness. This feuliire of greiiL deal of time iu procuring noc- bsaiy iipparalus from abroad, they! nvc the additionaladvtmlagc ot'hnv- ug a complctu appliance especially diiptcd lo each individual cu.se. In the work of the Institute, c.ich luss of disease is apportioned lo il- peciln phydiciiiii or of pliysi- itiiiii. This cmiblr.s them to direct lieir rcscarclics and priuticc lo one pccilic object, thus iiisuiing- the greater sncccsb. it physician nny be veil vciscd in evei'y brunch of (he science of medicine and MU-- 'eiy, yc( us (he science the letter understood, we find the most ucccssful physicians an- those who levote their lives to one special Inanch. The managers of the Insli- ute the fact have adopted he plan. Outside of thesupcrior advantages >os-sesscd Vy the Institute in the n-netice of surgery, one of dis- inctivc features is it.s baths. The nanngcrs have gone to large cvpcnsc n completing this department. It vould be lAIillicuIl.task to eutci into detailed description of thc> I'riis- iau, Turkish, Electro-tlioimal. and )ther baths. Our review, however- vould uol. be complete were we nol o mention Ihe admirable arriingc- nciits the Inslitute hii? for adminis- ering all these. The rooms foi (his nirposc, are arranged in a very com- jlcle manner. The baths arc suppli- ed by (he .steam engine in the base- nent. If parties who arc aflliclcd itnil who desire the use of these eel. ibratcd baths, would only take the rouble lo visit the Inslitute, we hink they would be convinced that t was not necessary to travel to En- in order to obtain superior reatment. Another striking feature of the In- stitution is the room that has been fitted tip for the treatment of parylt- c, rheumatic and obstinate nervous cases. The machinery in this room s also run by steam. The various appliances for diseased limbs are too lumerons and intricate fora detailed lescription in our limited space, and we can only refer the render lo the circulars of the Institute (o the magnitude of tiie work done in this lepnrtmcni. Sonic of She cures that mve been performed here are indeed wonderful. Still another room is devoted to crippled children. Here, under guar- dianship, they arc are allowed to )la> about, nnd ns their deformities: field to the treatment, the appliances- 'ire frequently remodeled in the me- chanical department until the parts finally take the natural shape. Already Dr. Allen, who is the principal surgical has reatcd more than ten thousand casess while the number of applications is still increasing." 'The managers of the Institution no only treat those who are able to pay for'medical aid, but they invite the poor lotcome and be treated without money. They are now contemplat- ing the establishment of a special de- larVmenl for this class of patients ilrs. Freeman, well known from he former'cotinection with the Frccd- mcn's Bnreauj has been employed to travel through the State in search of cases of this character that they may be brought to .the Institute. This is a commendable one, and we trust our readers will aid anv poor 6ues, with whose cases they may be 'familiar, hi the Institute, may be asi they will bo received there The is altogeth- er u pifeatc Some have seemed to it was a Slate Institution, anclthat they had right to demand [rchffflciil ithotit p.iv. Of course Ihe proprietors reserve tho right to frets Irealmcnl. Altogether, tl -Ivi-itution one which may amongthc tirsi of its' kind on this' continent, the people of IndiftWi Riay well coiign'tE- nlate ii has been lora. ed in their micjjf." Dress uig- .jrour Wife h .your wife bet- ter Umn will al- low. She ha-ve >'on. ?ilie is of sfifif, U is'taid. and :docs drudge. our says to her husband, '-tires.-; tor than They arc made of tliq same llc-sh and blood as ;ue. See how they come out. 1 don't thin! any man of spiiit would let his witV; and children go lo church dreascid as ns go. Look at Ihesc' clnl- drcn. You would dunk (hov h.td just come out of a slop hou-c. If had married as I mighi have nniri icd, we should Jmve h.Krdill'ercnl times, I and my children." Tlow many men me stuiig-to the quick such i-o- mnrks Irom their 'Often time their moral icvolls. u( lirst. and tliey feel indig-nation, but gontiaual dropping wears a stono. by-and- by the man tire-sod a Jillle'beflcr than ho fan .ill'ord, and his wife and cliikhcn .ire dressed a little belfer than he can alibi d, and must pay for tho exliavagainr. I do not mean to sny (hat (hey :uv tempt- ed to steal, but I do wu thil grind. Thoy mean somehow lo get it out of the milliner, out of (he dross- mp.kc-r, or the merchant. They intend to make one hand wash Ih'o other somehow, and into pet- ty inciiniipss (o it about. And this dcsiio to (Ire's bettor than (hoy can itllbrd is taking ofl the very en- amel of (heir virtue, and taking out the very stamina of thoii religion- life. Unnnpoi (ant as it scorns, oston- vanijv in dross ruined many a fnmih and dainnod many a soul. Henry Iliixl Giand Master's Report. Tho openiii" of ro- ior( arc ns follows: Wo (he Givuil Lwfifc, 0. 0, Ji1., of Indiuiia: The continued piosperity of our Order in (his jurisdiction, ilic stit- ic-ss aohicvcd, llicsood accomplished in the past Tei in, the pro ibundcst gratitude to (ho Snprpim.1 Itnlcrot the Universe, who-e provi- ilontinl.i'tiic has attended our labors, and whose blessing -iynalh iibulcs with us. It is peculiarly pica-ing to retro- spect the good accomplished through our agency in tho six months-. nnd rolrcj-hod waited and the poor with the jicntle dioppings of its bounty. Eleven Imndii d and Iwcnty-iivc of our Urother.s have been relieved. expend- ed therefor. One liiindrcd and Ihii- (y-cight widowed tiiinilie? have shared our charities to (he client of i 00 have been appro- priated for the education ofouroi- pluuii. Kights of our number have' been taken from iis by relentless dentil, and S3 expended to give them decent sepulture and. for tho benefit of those who are not ot the sum. heretofore unsurpassed, of has been donated, flaking tt {otal of ?21.97081 expcudfd iu our hoaven-scnt mission of nnd The world may condemn, hatred impugn, luulpiejtul'cc >eoll'. but hal- lowed in the tight ol'heaven are such acts of burning charily; and in ihu great day of accounts in which till the doings of men shall be revealed, in connect ion the motives that actuated them, the faithful Odd Fel- low will rejoice in his labor of love. The Grand Master then of New Lodge.-. Charities, i'clitions for Charities, bekah Degree Lodges. and rppoi-t :is- follow- njion the AMKXDMKNT The question of lurthcr on the right of Subordinates fo with mcmbeis engage in the sale ofspiiiluons liquoiv, was intro- duced at the last Communication; and has, to some extent, been con- sidored'in the Lodges. The Grand Lodge of the United ha-i dopi- ded. at iU .sosbion of 1SJ9. pp.1503, 150-V of thp .lournnl: -Thnt thoy <-tui- not pcicciveany light under the Con stilution, nor have they heard of any fundamental principles of Ihe Order fl-hich allows Snbordinn'c Lodges'to abridge the liberties of the find to dictate what IIP shall cat. or what he shall drink: they do not find any right undei the constitution whercbV bnbordinatcs 'nay intio- duce new principles, by whkli the Order must he  in my niorp coinpiil-nrv holidays of the pairiotic sort. A liiimcr rcocnlly drovu into Ma- rion. Grant county, and while there, one of his> Was (akcn c-ick M ith (he colic Jle had all the doctor." in n prescribing for (he patient, and were tried, but li- nalli a bottle of TlpstnttprV bitters rclipvcfl th'c animal df u colic about tho of a ''-ucking polr." The doctor.s arc at loggci about which may rightfully claim the fee. Pins were not known in Kngl.tnd until 1540. when they 'were brought from France and used by Catharine Howard, Qucun of Henry Both sexes before Hint date used rib- bone, with points and tags clasps, hooks and as well u- skewers of silver nnd gold A' ilprjryman who had vainly oil- doavoml 'to secure more comfortable for his family astonished his coiiificgation on Sunday moin- inir by the lollowingannouncement: will be a Jlitc Society on evening next at the par- sonage. The parsonage is a I tumbling down building on-----st.r In the evening ho repeated it Ihus modified: -'On the corner of the street near my residence, a Said well is covered over clap- boarded. It is unpaintud and wcatli- cr-woi n, but I wish lo describe il that none1 of you may make a mis- take, and take the well for the par- sonage. The Mite Society ill be held in the parsonage and not in the well." The Raleigh (X.C.) Standard of the 16th hist, says: A. Doug- las. Jr.. the second son of Iho, la- mented statesman. Senator Douglas, of Illinois. 1ms been in our city for a few s pa-t. as a delegate to the grand convention of the Republican parly. Mr. Douglas, .Jr., was born in Buckingham County. X. C., and has resided with his cousin, Judge Settle, of the Supreme Court of North Carolina, for the twelve months, lie has been an active and influen- tial member of the Republican party in that region of the Stale, and, like his brother, Colonel E. M. Douglas, the Private Secretary to the Presi- dent, seems destined to make a high mark in this country. In the recent convention he was ;radc Secretary, and, as a further mark of cojilidencc, appointed one of the fifteen on the Committee on Platform and Resolu- tion.-. Governor Iloldcii has coni- him a? Major in the Sev- entieth Regiment ol" Xorlh Carolina Militia." The House voted a pension of a vear to Lincoln, but the Senate Committee on Pensions re- ported against it on ihe ground thai Ihcrc i? no precedent for it, and tliat 3frK Lincoln cannot be in very des- (itute as she received 6ver from her husband's es- tate. There lady in Xew York, edys the Mail, who to Paris every year to bavc Jior fnce enameled, for Which pi ocesi to pay two hundred and fifty dollars. She can- not indulge in. ihe luxury of washing her face in the meanwhile, ami has a moruil horror of rain. Qreeley and the Bible. The Xew Yoik AVorld. icplylug- to a remark of the Independent, (uiado iii iftcrcucti to proposed commission fora revision of Kinsr James1 Biblol th.it Mr. Horace Give- ley writes better Mr. Gladstone, Uses these words: "Tilton recommends that Groolcy should be put on the commission 10 revise the now of the Bi- ble.'" The Independent denies that it made any s-uoli rcoomnicndation.nnd rcitrnitei of the excellence of Mr. Gnjclcy's Anglo-Saxon speech uttqi-Jij tliib farther coininendatioti Of (he vctciiin editor of thu Tiibuno, which gives'so goo 1' .in account of respect nl toast, that we ;irc hiippy to reproduce it: "But.' when the new miiishition done, (lici'f will be no man, cither jn Enghuul or America, who will bet- ter know whether it is done in the bil Eng-lish of the common people than Mr. Grceldy. And we mny men (ion, loo, that both countrioji, taken The Curculio, Ancstcmu'd fuciul som usaoopj of the Conti-iilia (111.) SfHtiittl con talning- the of ihe Frui Grower's Association. Tht- following remarks wo copy bo lioviug that they contain valu.ibli hints: The President .stated that he hiul nm tlirco machities for catching: the "little during tho week, anc from three thousand trees had raxighi Uu tljousand. Vi'as in Jiope.sOl" gel- ting the advantage of them dmi'-g tjiccoming week. Sntouded to run another machine. it nbsolulo necessity to do-ti-oy thei'ur- culio iu oiiler to iiiisse MMin'd tVuit il any at all. lly prompt intention at the proper time they i-.iu be extermi- nated or kept in  mails it. xifo .Did toliablo In caso thai .1 monoy order '.lion'n! 01 stolon the Post Do pnrlnioni Ls icsponsiblc. Theio are ono hundred ami oifjhl Moin-.v oidi-r Olllcesin Indiain at this li'tie I-'ifty dollars in the lar- gest amount of money that ean be sent in one order. .The price of n uin'c'r from 6110 lo twonly dolluis is ten conK; Croin in-only to thhtv dollars, fifteen cents; fi-Din thirty.lo forty twonty cents; from forty to My ifolhiit', twenty five i-oiits. take pleasure in roc omnioiidi'ig Uiis system to ourtoiul- as :t (.afe ami roliable. plan of re rnitiiny monoy In inall Josh Billings' Litany. Fiom (u many friciuls nnd from things nl frood I.oiil deliv- er us! From n wife who don't love M-, and ft om children who don't look us, good Lord delivor us! From Miaix in the, from Miaiv in our boots, tVom loirhlight processions and from nu rum. good Lord deliver us! From pack pedlar.--, from voung folks in Iiiv, from old :umK without money, ami from kolnra good Lord deliver us! From sells, and from ain't lisiclc, from fi'maN.'s that fnint and fiom men who ilntlcr. good Lord deliver us! From gals who cliuw gum and wurc pedicoats, and from men who don'l luv babiei-, good Lord deliver us'. From virlew withonl, from butter that Miiells, from nigger cnmp-incctiiigs uiid from c.'it.s Ihnl aie coiiriiu', good Lord deliver From other and from our own, from Mormons an mcjiiims and cominitlcps. good Lord dr-liver us! l-'roni and from wtinU who Ironi rje eof- I'ce, red herring, and ali JJHISS wid- good Lord deliver us! Fat and Lean People. It i- a niriking fact that most peo- ple wrml lo weifrli moro limn they do, and measure (heir health by Ilinfr weight, as if a man were a pig, val- uable in proportion (o hifi Jieavinpss. the racer is not fal, the plow liorsu ha', but a niodfivilo iinionnl of llci-h. hc.ivy'men .-ire nol those which ex- contraelora employ lo dig raili oriels und dig ditchus. Tliin men the world over, are the men for work: for cndiirnncc, they arc wciry tiiul hardy Ithin people live the trnlli l> and ntt proof, fsijt iievpr well a tiny at a :u-c nol suited to ii'it'd work. Still there :i incdiuin twecn Hit as a butler ball and o.s thin and nn a rail. For mere look1, n moderate rotundity is most debirenbli'i to have enough llehli to cover nil To accom- plish this in the xlmrtfai time a man should work but liltle. 11 part of ihe time, .allow nothing (o worry him, keep alvrajs in :i Jovous, laughing mood, and live chiefly on albnrninnte1-. boiled rrncknd .vheal, and rye, and and corn, and barley, w'itli milk and but- termilk, find meats. Sugar tlm bcstfaltcnci- Health and (jottl Lfriny. The Kvangelisl tells of nn impres- sive ycrinoji on the duly of "large- ness and bcnclicencc." Among those in the congregalion rnorft deeply niovcd a'ladv of tome This lady remarked to another, as they were leaving tlieeluircli: "What a powerful I waw never be- fore so impressed with the duty and privilege of largely and free- ly. I fell mortified and ashamed that I had given'so J am determin- ed to do belter, and to this very week, a new wlk to my daughter'." or- dots this city durin-r ilie itH- John W. y npiuiuatixl for Guuid Junior at the Grand Kucnnipmcffl Vrhlcli met at Indianapolis t. k ,ui l lie vo wow tjtiite. until her of our at the cof uMFellow-5 nt In- Mr. G IK Jay now to u position in the ifiitional IJnnk, ofthKoUy. Xew Lon- don. thi> Appointed to a Ollleo partment at Wiishinsfon. H lienr of Sng al tli'.- 1Nos Kvei-ybOiViy. fur Iho 'r mem last Friday evening was uol well Slli v will be held in oily in.I tine. Mr. Tynei- u-JII bej-eiioin- naieil aeeliimtilton. .John ludleinl! I wo wi-ekf. v' i1 The Mieliener hiiv'o o A.uderson Hif 0 end of I lie pjpe i- Ihc'.' IhTest lovelly mil, Tin- lumbi'i- deiilei's i' lively. Johnson Kwiek, now of IndlaimjiollVi (Viie last wet'lf. 0, II. lii'imell alter .several Tin- doe lorn sitj'tlml ou'r elly til til 1 i-ondKion., ,J, A Chli ago man wns' ho invalid xv'limi ip-uviils wife wef.rlnjj it pair' of IPPVO biitloiift which n gnmblol- Imtl ;lvon liar, that Im Inn- hlh reason. Ai Olive ''la1 Vlii- Wpsl, (here Ic a xreal-'demiiuti' frtr Vonl henlM, (ho men blltt IH going lo iln-hs M did slsijie, butthcy awfully, Sour A (raw berries O-om SduHi irosold in Mew York for fouv tale Is eiuei' aid when turned hilt) n A vci-'Jiml who jccn "Iniggliiff Set' lo, firfil-uitc." Oincinatli SL-CS CliTciTgb's limn itnd goes hor UI-M; snie enlors The Mew York papers suy tlie spring for ladies tlioroaroonw- nonteil everything '-from Ja- cob's ladder ton pen-wiper, In A little girl in u er .etnilying for J.OIHC tiiiie n jdcturp )f the Magdalen rt'cliiiing ace and weeping, suddenly Inriied o her mother niul 'e.xclnline'd l know nhy Mm IH It Is because Mr. Mjigdnlen not buy hei clothct lf (leneral rieiinCKfoy, who naitded a brigade in tho Union imuy hiring the rebellion, now casting in one of the foundricti in Maueh Chunk, I'enn. are as fond of their' glhifK-' es as the only difference belng- lltat ho drinks out of while uhr, looks info hers, "Cody is the Iho t-ign at iiu I'stnblifihiuclit jn No-j blesville, where mild jiud re- arc d A Xew Orleans policeman' nuintni1 IJibb dresRcd his wife in hlfi uniform and jilaeed heron bis heal wlilieihn indulged his bibulous propensities elKewhcrc. A driver in MVi-iden, JIBV-: ing liis horse lor (lie rcliiriicd the coin-, pliment, and nearly killed tlie two'-' legged brntc. Over persons l of the small-pox in JdiWiiu beginning of the emit ury." tion Is not One IliijuhiiDil ami ,11 mailing, one vni-d 'in rc-t quired lo cover Die (ionnl Ifouse of Ai the M'omiin'K tion in Xew York, the .other, 'diiy, w'tUl that bill few wivt'B marrlcil" baiicln beeniim- 'Ihey, Jovcil An administrator hno ed on the oMalc-' of n I'eiinnyl voiliu doelor wJio experiment A- wiliriij'-'' di-o-cyanic riclu. i i1 j.ii An Illinois familv set an old cjor-k on the II nor'. .There' wasi a vial of strychnine theif b'tby in now n little a'ngcl. A gftntlemai) from "Vfifcomin has purchased a. camel's hair glmwl in New York for his wife, at an expense offivc Ifc in a bloatcil owner. With only two except ions, Brig- liam Young Oie largest depositor in the Brink of England. AVIiy don't some one, for young that wprlli' thing? I'liddingx and and neat wlippcro itrc nil im-'ri port-ant to iloinaFfta, blifH, ol' but after having ,wiid, neat; always tJi.it diiiner prop'- erly ccokct'l siUvnys u'nen'nc coj'ncs home, niid 'never oif 'ajiy'fiMVj' count forget the by the way, is the vcrv lasL tiling jir caitv for generally wliy 
                            

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