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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - June 2, 1870, Kokomo, Indiana                               NEilA'NA.- KOEOMG TR1BTOE: THURSDAY, JTJNE 2; 1870 TRIBUNE ATTORNEYS AT LAW. KKI> EVKltV TIIVHaDAY DY I K.IK'S WKK.IMKAIV AT KOKOMO. IND. TilU.tlS Ono Year in AilMincu. II Advance-.. 2.50 (J Oiiu wiiarofltio "mil SOsonlH for eiicli additional iniornon roro.cli P L lo I MirtnHo'riU'tliD named m nboio UWo II IU ItllvMllCU VonWf is InJ iiiircol of families wlm I'V.fur .V10 ilullu Meoidpiny ihcn.ol.co iiuit P.IU! fornl i murkoil 11 IScenU for oncli ilino. Italwiom contruckJ (or lower sii' ic.. JTi 'ffKHT "llv. Kffi Wk >OSII JJUSJ OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. llutriiril Jloflli-Uli U'P'II'I Kli, UrHl in .lime. Ht-iilomber, bur. aaHtJtfatesniJlBndjiXiju Ae" JeruiiH II. I.. iruliin.1 nml S. Slr.Ulon, Ortmml'dloii-' ors. I 4'aiiiity' ol" IjiTUKii.uvr, II. II. Juiii Troiwurnr. J Roconlcr, J. W.'UOOI-KH. A. II. DIIKK, Mnrstinl. .V A '.'KkVi, 'I roii8iiri.r J .s. F. Ki MOTT. LlcrH. K.A. M..OIII.. AnsoHHor. COUSCU.MKN. J. X ilnwn! N'.'l'. Hicl.niOmC Ward No. 1 Thmiwc Jny.-.A. rv. ArnMlrona. 0. 1'iorMOii. W. E. Hiibmson. d2. ill. KG KOV. KOKOMO. IND. it llurilnaiv sUin1 north tint cirnu't imlillqJHunre. :J J N. 11. disunion ftl Kyo SurKory. I. Jl'.'D. l> lor SI 8 f w ydi ja ?_ j_, _- ui. J. f PIIYSTCIAN SURGEON, IHUiin So. 33, II. Slioul, llio Hkorniiui Oltlca In loll liuml. 2dr story, oonivr Cntlfo Sqimrc." iVlt. 't' KCLKCTIC PHYSICIAN AND ivi'l ilUoniCt ofwnmun nml cliiltlrcu. givoii to all enlN In my pro- Itjiion, Oftlcuouo door cvU o( llic 1'osl Ullico n2S m M   Will visil out nt (hocily. nfl If PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKON. Oftico In thi) SAmo nvom formerly lha Dr's Scotl. nIB M. L, XHKX. IIR. L. 0. MULSH. AC PHYSICIANS ALTO, INDIANA. nii.i.Kii, >f ff 'S f" rt SUKGKONS, Eclectic Physicians, Obstctri- otct A Coffin's DniR Sloro corner I'ublie Square, Tuider lo Iho ciliieni of Kokoiuo and vitii profiualoEik! djr vices ombraciiiK Iho froit of loag diligonl study and many years ol in ircnting ATosti'ra Jiseascs. iwr twins Uiirleon joara to Iho PIUOltCK OHIE fullr porsuadwl of (ho public Jcnwod particular of tho profosslon lo Iro.Umcnl CIIROSIC D1SEASKS. In (ho fuluro. (o (jive our limo XouralRilSOW faA .ml) other of lha bodrj of tho Eros; EV3a' discssoa of Ihc Bar. Th'roal KTi much lo and Sick headache; Can- ot nod ntV) I'Ultl.lC, INDIANA- tVill imiclitu in nil tin1 Oonrts in tliu Sinti'. lir. K.'Ci.inoi ul Menu iokoing 11 .M, II A T T O It N K V A T J, A "W llJstore, y Reform to llU Dxcelluncy, (lovcrnnr (Jliu m- Augnsln.Mi. lion. Unit, M WiuliinKlaii, C n29 II.-N iv. i f i ATTORNKY AT LAW ilso proaccutcsraiieccflafnllj, Vail jlaiini aijaiiiyt the Goveinmcnl, Olb'co nvor X- sWKt W, K! OHiceiiiinoaItuHlHirin.nl eornur I'liblic iro. "D Niirtli-nost ,7 is ,v r" A 'Nol.uy Public. Kokomo, Ind. Ullico unto I'ubliCjSfjuuro IN Ilia pllicu irnctico In nll'tlie'Ttliirtsor "'SJTo- :inl nttanlinn In callecliinis nml business r.l Executor nml (lu inlinii, ml Ifi-n20 -if iti< IIJ'IOOKDER OK IIOWAHD KOKOMO. U'ill nml nrknoulodgments of runnns it  nin-tf. J. K. I.I.IOTT ?Tt T M" A'l'TV'H AXf) MII.TOV 11H. AKTIIUIIH 111-1 I. ATTOUNiOVS AT LAtt ii.lniii's Itlnik, N'. COIIIIT I'liblu Squire Uv6KOMO.'rND. A I'O U'lIOlI IT HAY (JdXOXIIV Uiu, nnikraifjni'il cortilr Hint iMra I', jlll hv lino [iniclictil MidmlVo n our viuiintr I Iwr lo lliu i-nqple.of Kukumo us, rts- iiin.Hiblu in lli.nl cujinciir l-Tuiitiilli Kirn. Miir-i, I) 0. Oluiirr, diirj Stnmlinnp-li. Mar) AlVinson, Mum Stuntur. iliiry 1'iirUT, .Tuno U. A. Amos, Mjrsnrjt Kiitii, Mury Wail, S ,1. UuUerl, (MI., Miruli IS. 1S70. Ht-aiilunco Xo. 2-1 MnrkLlSI., Ivoknnm.' L. b'A K01COMO, I NO. OIIX'l.. Cl KKK f'iDENTISTRY. of 'Annalriiiip, i Kuslsulo I iiblic KOMI no. Iiuliaim. All jierloi im.il in the I niKiuicr niiiluitrrnnlul ft cull if jmi wftilt dins (mo ill reniiinnblc 1) DKNTAI, SUUUKON (iirncr 1'nblir n aUirs, Kokoniu. DRUG STORES. nuep I, HOT'l CO IS'teclicmos oi'tlio art of Iho Slalc. L. IIILUS, No. 1-'. North siili' 1'nblic Oj Kokomo. Ind. Mnnii- r Donler ifl Pixildks nml Harness: I'.vorj llnnp i" Ihid lino c'nn liail nl tlmp terms ns m Kjftulll neatly fund lno brJcr.' 1..1T. ntMiIS. lono brJcr.' Dec. 21. ___ urtrniii: AS Asii.n It >l H Wholesale Doalois in FOKUIOS A DOMK3TIC HARDWARE, CUTLERY, AC 12S SOUTH MEUIIMAX STRKKT, JONATHAN OOVALT, LICENSED AUCTTOiXEER, rRStiyJjrejrs oxiwricnco nml will M- '.ond ('f wunly on r.blclerms. Hoj'ultfnce- 7 wiles east of ddrcss, Kokomn. Wit' J JOSKTII K.fBOM.Ovrm.'i-. SMITH HOLLOWEU.. LICENSED AUCT10XEKRS. Will .ptoiwitly RI1- whfcre in this or aJjointpp PrtstollioJ as lU vs. A. B. DAVIS DrcSsmskmp. Alive at bor room on Mnlbcrr Growing Trade I.'II. '.fHIS'A TEArlfTOKK-j J l I Ji l I i Aboul toirycftrs ago B._ Mj .udilcit find ilr. Jl, If. Lcc formed a 1 u the, ling and sclcclcd Jbr ihcir lOic the room known as Xo linwc block, a selection which rc- Iheir foi' (o be1 avorablc one. TJicy commenced in very small -way, bill judicious man. igcmcnl and perscvcrin o! tlicy soon obtained a fair Ilirl on tliciond lo prosperity, find ciriblrd Iho older .ind more oxpcricuccd engaged of trade. tlicii b in the s'liiic NoL lonjj nflci they os-. on linn footing 1'catiirc into licj introduced a now byi well led jofilhc icst lens, tollcps, .stigais, that had or boon lo (he maikcl. The pci-jinont was :i one, and ii accounl of Ihc excellence of their ;oods the (li in acquired a fa- 01 able good .oiisekeopei'i-. 1'iisbiiigover the -uc- jears whiih broughl the in- of capital and trade, we come 0 the important event in the uslorj ol the In Liiddcn wishing loictiie pin, eold out lis his pai w hieh imc ilr. hits been sole propiic- Or of the pslablislnnpiit. Alter the of (ho pa i the of I he in ucd id. in ISlU F.cc loimd his room lo accommodate his con- slock, and the to Icljho al ontc 6 ifrcd.it, and i ing Uio pai ti- S'nn IIP! pen Mio I wo, converted them lo one More. his time (hat he HIP name China Tea Store1" upon his csl ib- Julx, 51 r. LPC to seek moi c [liai lei s, and altei due di liheialion, ICeidod to remoichis da stoic to Xo ,-Odd s' the Oom he then occupying oxcjij- tor his drug biisinosv. Jlav- tig dblaincd possession ol llic room ip IlllPd it up siltpr thp style of Sim-1 Inr in the largo cities and hcu Iliiislipil il'v.is pp ot lite most showy business lio'iisin the cilj. lie then brgan lo bis. i building p'aml hi? trade over a mi li l.uger licit! than IIP had tlrcam- (1 of dining, in bus- Mis oiideavors to do so have i ciowncd with abundant success Sroarl> loin years have passed >imc lu'ii. lliOt.finl ot; oacli ot these Oa i-s, f Al r. Lco.liiib-ifoniid liis rppped'uig About imonih ago p leaded the line loom on Ihocoinei I1 illiuois'and Alarkcl '-Irppts, in tho Vcidcnu of Mnsio buildiiiir. and. al- c'r havinu it olcganlly ornamented, t- furm-licd il with a of ooiU, and opuncd It as a liramh of is China Tea Store. Ho now among the finest in Ihc The Acadcui) ofilusic is the iigesl, being ninelv foci widp. with t bisomcnt of ;TliP room is di- Iwo (Icpittmcnl, ii oQiu.'sKly andxhn_o_llier hirly fuel in long Hi, filled in a magnilieent seal .'hi' walU am iylc ol papci, impottcd fiom i'aii-, Jlr. Lcc, by !iisli, upon which aic painlcd of toeiios iu China. The ;ire uKo finely ornuuicnlcd, lid tho sloro fixings iVc in keeping the oihei-vivppoiiitincntb of the li'Oin1 iwclve feel plate glasa l indows-ndd much to the general at- i.icliMMicss ot tho room. In the inajleij V.OOUU.UC tlir ma- the OiJiiUenl loabtur, aic cmplo.Ncd. Mr.I.eC gives this lis pci'sonalmpcrvisioii. leaving the inp under Iliargo of his old Air Swinge. assjctiMl O. L Paine, jolh agreeable, and m- iie'drujr af1 llic original 'land.' Tea hotels "obtain ol obligoil lp keep {be b'cstofcvciylhing'. Onaclcmonl of his stucess lio in the fuel that t hisaim'lo sell lolhing but genuine avtiek's ias become famous; not only in this k'I'lio A Knott-y Speech. KentiiPky sends lo one .1. PJICiioll. This Knolt a genius pencil and gclscomic even1 tunny thing. Ho gciiiiie at the bneinecs of making a speech. A few daj ago a before lo havcrc'imsyl vauiji enuc. This, is the strcetrtt one end of which White IIousp. at llic other the tljiu'gb'nnd' it is said Ihat tlicbiccchca of no member had a full complement of billions whcn-hc had finished. MJ-. Iviiolt s-iid LTiider'sland me, hir, I rtm tlndiiig no fault with'fhe people of tOn alxHitany ot thiiiL's. I cn- tcrUiin nothing but the kindest, feel- ing in the world (Guards them, and icjoicc to'kaow that (hey arc --o for- tunate at to have the privileges of enjoying the ft nils of HIP CJovcin- mcui's ujiinilicpiicein nation's do hope thai aflc'r'we. shall nave'paved and lighl- cil'Iill their strooi.s lor them, aflcr we shall have supplied nil tltcii bouses if i Hi shall liavapon- triDiiUfd po.ssiblc way (o llicir comforis, convenience and Ibcv will not insisl on our making an appropriation to paj sal- c'ries lo the "itllc cnst-iion niggers which i hcasomo gentlemen havo put up in front of their houses to hitch thoir hoiscs to. [Gieal Liuglitor.] IJu I, Jfr. Chairman, L have lic.ud one reason very ffccjiicntlv urged foi the passage ot 'this bill which tandoi me lo admit almost couvinc- tol air engine, and foi i ,o'd me that we ought not onlv to ap- propiiatc this sum of but ajny amount thut might be ncccss.iiy to Yepavo Pennsylvania avenue a I the very earliest possible period of time and thafis-, th.il it so much iiscdLj tlic hoi do of Jioldeis that throng the llioroughliiro.-i.f this cits. in mimbcis almost ccjiinl to the hieli were hurled nilh Lucifer (o the battlements of -Heaven. Ijiuigh- tcr and tipphuiiC.] I'oi, sir, il there is a being, on this for nhoac comtoitand convciiieiipp 1 entpilain the piolbundesl solicjliuli1, if Ilium is one whose sntallcsl want alii- mv symmilhelic soul to its sercncst it is jour ollicc holdci, jour lunctiouaiy. [Laujjlilci.'l I sec one of dial "noble army oi'martyi s" bidding adieu to hi- home a .'id all 'llic .sweets ol piiv.ile life, for which he is so emiiiently lilted by natiiVe, lo immolate hiinsL'll upon llic alter of his coimhy's service tor four loim' years, Homer's loiichinu inclure of Iho hist Will scc.ne between the no- ble, llqclor and his weeping Kimily lisc-, lipfoieinv imagin.i- tion. [Great laiigliloi.] When 1 POO him plunging rccklessh into an ollici1 ol' the duties ol which he is pio- Ibinullv and ignoi.int, 1 am reminded of Hie soll-sarrjllfjilg Ijcro- i'-m of Cm tins. he leipod into Iho yawning gulf which opened in the Kom.ia forum. "When I behold him sadlv niajestic loaliiicsin oi'eof those goigcoiis and costly iniiiois which is furniilied him at Ihc public expeii'-i1 mv hpsirl goc.-> out lo him in sympitlix. Whon f see spntod soriow lull) at a vopaet ul snj.ilonapin and chninpagno, mv vcrv for him, ILaughtci.] And when I sec him iiorl'oniiing, peih.ips compctcnl signing tlio leccipt loi Ills inont hl> pay 1 inn sooverw lielm- pd wilh pil'y fo'i his miserable tond lion that 1 wish I Merc in liiii place. [CJrctit laughter.] When such con- is the-p, iii, have (Oino ci owing upon my mind, appealing lo cverv scntiincnl of my better natiuoj IhoiiHlit bow the ollicial nervca of our poor neglected public servants arc r.iekcd bv "the car ladling o'er the slom street." 1 have felt, under the sudden impulse of to tear up the old cobblo-stonp pave- ment on the avenue and suppU its pliite ith one of the paicnl wooden hit h Ihc splendid carriages of om monl Qlliciajs might glide is smoothly .mil uoislOBsly llic ncrial car of llie 1'iiiy rjuceii Unoiigb tlic rosc-tintod clouds of the uppc-i olhpr [Appliiusc and laughter.] "Sonin, e.ui you ''YclliJ let me hear molasses." "Wc.ll, go on." "Tlcallic, thh-j 1 can't, I nlwayllis slick hen 1 come to i 'A young couple manipd in Mmiclc announces '-no t-aid-, no cake, and noboth 's business.'' A man >vlipso fallicr had been hnngcd, was accustomed to say ol him. ''bodied suddenly, upon a plni- foim, al a large public meeting." A voice comes from Washington tcinlory saying, "Send us i chief J tlie Sloi'e in' h ciisto And a thousand rcspouil, ''Take ours.'' benedicts Lal.indc, the Kicucli siilrpnoiaor, ollcn ale cntapilhUb and liriuiiiLf that Ihc foinici t islcd like nimomls, and tlic l.ittcr like walnut1. and oueuUv or.de.is fi om Ciiu innali. f IT and Japnn tcafc.'tiuc LceVpurp ground slices era, tho two Inttcr jnbnUoiiod'arli- k's being nuiiiulhcturcd nf hia stores, wavrailtcd'to bp ns represented. lie ivnlso 'agent' for f.nnily :iThl P.l.n-k- "Knglteh pickles fiiul Pcr- liiu's AVoiveslor sauces in Oic original The always bouf'Kt from thc'iuip'o'i'ters. 'ami gcii- A f inner in Wisconsin has applied io one of the courls in that State for a divorce li oni hi? wife, on I he ground that she can't split half llie amount of wood slip bo.isted she could before I heir marriage. Framing Wooden Buildings. A writer in the Archili'i'tu'il view snyo llml in wond en building-1, thero is   to which parlicul ir .iiifiiunii should These are lerriblc printers. The Tnblii been hnvc been incuts and j ct the effs month or Iwoli'ivcbce; shoit of current hope, ill not hundred scripliou at l r rcsses have tnr columns I'advertac- RpEip j.i Aiyi T Stockton O AV Shaw 0 Lamb A I1' Morion J Ten ell O Mr Lee for job-work rescue at once, Since our t son s have placed by pav nicnf Thos Shillin nil iii .'I fl Jlicliencr Co lino. A Caldwcll, JIUIIPS Lang, I! Uright, friend John IFaupook.eplf.i fnpiid. .lob Dr. i, John Kwick Cap I Mauser J Jl Tlamirioii Rfv 1)   Pcoven A: Ad Leach 'Moorp Jo Maudlin llciirj TciiPlI Cap I J K Williams Ki 1? llculeb J "W liiiidshnu i' Dr U CColp J W Kern, U 11 Smilli. i; W Mocker. Kam'l Kichc'v, Tiom Suontilii, AiiUTiCitn TheStcjimHrui. enol hfMid in vonderliil .inu.n jiicli U nil :iud of a stc.ini Ilini walked (he owner ID ikMth. a'nd walked awiy willi 1 1 our memory li.n c. ni'vur to mocl wotidurl'nl in Ihalk'sh but no man to-d iv luit i-. re- -c-rVL'd for lihn lomoi li.u c lived lo too slc.im sleam eo.il, hill and all combined lo all (lull hiye sung br die mied I'a'.qingiip Ei'ondwiiy we pooler'- annoiuipinii won. dcrol p.i-t, picspnl, or i'n- linc, lii'ch wondci- in leltei-, (o bo :m imilsUion ol (lie liiiin.in foiin divine, impelled steam, and approximating in agil- IhcrcnoAMied Itanlou r.rolhcra. 'U'e panned, considoied. i-ntprpd the place Ql' Ibnnd the man in ,i perfectly nude, with the exception ol his lint. His olhornrlU'lcsofdvcMAvcic hung tllCIll the (hoy had iu hi> severe yero at faiill. however in Ibis the steam nun'i. v.ilct, hb wn-, giving his in lei1 a diink thiongh a hole in hi-, shoulder This allciulsut told lh.it, the grate ol'tha slenm man's movcinenl, and pi' his lealmca liail boyollon a 31-1101 .il dp- sire in Hie minds of, t_o sec manly and hit otle'ring no IIP u as inconliiigly foi the bcnclil ol'lhc piibl'iu. protcedcd to take ob-erv.i- tions of hib anatomy lioni dims points The" gltileal legion. kindh piolccled lioni nulc nits boola in oidimiry by thicker muscles than :uc ibundon oilier prji-is icplaccd on the steam man by a Mchrent rota- ry engine, the ccmtpiu c inaj imagine, nn ont-line hen covciod b> clothing un- like thixtdcmaiu'lcd to llie_ix- semblancG to a num so far as this im- portant portion of the human is concerned. engine impels a screw, which woim (lie- ge.iiaacl- u iliiig which actuate the lens and feet, u Inch actuate (he en- tire man al a velocity of, uc'jbhoukl foih feel per minute, wlicu Icvchbcst. str.iighl barb. feet, The From lli< Chicago TriSninf Promises Wot to Pay. Oiic of our cotompo'i arics of the talks in this tp could1 rtal 11 ot cs it "o ivt he ibii n k ___, ,of tlic nivViilicd bV the Mthis.tictysf6" say iinat the govern- equal. No yn is lit'l'dbe'lilisted editorial pen lo discuss flflahcial oljllhc sdeneo as -to sup- deemed.on 'nulld to bcni'jU, proper; interest, or; urtL lt spine PUW' iccyrity issuft-'of more cin not Tonnded, in park. V J. W. and others Jl led ho 'jjc'therefore nska thut Ihc oC tills cose be changed lo ssouio couvo- ._ 'tliaii two Hundred and lltly and the people -Mould lose thai much in the value of their money Instead ol saving twenty millions a tear, as jsiniplctoiis assert, tiicy would have their business thrown' info wuvul- SIOIK, money depreciated one-third 01 (ho value-ot nationa! mid nil other corporate could tumble down and widespread mis- chief and would be infliclod oh the :n tho result of the iiHitno at tempt to nnkc "some- thing out of nothing to foiCo print- ed not on the public ad the equivalent of gold. II is truly  Ilm lit luck WHH ihc'rcHiill of jJbcliafon Mm part of parly thai, (ho Kilhor of Will W. 'iiiigliei'ty nnd.otlior mclnhcrs ol tli C Unit o family u'Uvu cjittauk id on uoi'ouut of fi-cllng n caiust the said WillAV. ,o IJie on woi ,iuil if.tlie {ilt on ofllio Court ,to llie n i be paid; namely, tin- top ol Iho w bindin Ihp mid that is accomplished by ir.iining iho Wall plate all uroiind die hoinp, and and paid for ii] ynlue piicc of .gold. reeciit-dqcHiicJo.f piicc c Oil iimuccuiQiils arc, being offered .il IhojCliina Tea SEorp. lia- achieved ir the tfilmjr joists down on Llicn liurriug-bonc, bridg ing tlicpp joists ID as many rows as arc ncci ssary to make a thoroughly tiff brace for the whole. The roof (fto matter whether Golhicnr Man- sard) cannot exercise any bad iullu- OI.CP in pushing out the walla when this vjstim is adopted. A jouiisf man. who carried a col- lection plate in service, before .start- ing took from his pocket a piece, as he supposed, put it on the plate.' and then passed il round .-imonir the congrpgiHon, which in- cluded many rounggirN. aV Ilicy looked al the plate, all fil astoni'-lu'd and amused, and the Voiiug man, taking a glance at the plate, found that, instead of a nickel I'up-ncnt piece, he had a conversation on tlio plate, wilh the words. jirVVlll yon many red letters. >inring everybody right it the face. A clergyman in Pennsylvania, who couldn't s-cc tlic joke, has refused to lens ai c joined to the feet at f he mid- dle, so llml arc as long Iho Iron I pail of the foot: .imlto keep the figinc from toppling over side-wise, .1 ll.it bar extends laterally from each foot. t To give the appearance of bending at llic knee a toggle joint i1; att.iclipd lo the front part of each log, but (his has nothing lo do with the piopul- sion of the automaton. There is nothing in the movement analogous lo thai ol the human log- One toot is raised and then advanced, the leg moving forward, not swinging, with the foot, each Coot bc- jng alternately the pedestal 01 b.isp upon body resls. The fuel employed noine lluid and' the boiler i> con- cealed in the body. The Miioke es- capes through a lioio iu Ihii crown of the hal. When Ihu man about to a walk, his v.ilet l.ikc> a pair of pinchcis and aftci opening the throttle valve, with'the pinchcr- the end ot a which pioliiidcsjiKt below tlu' abdomen, and givinur it a pn.-dal turn, a mo.-l remarkable sound rc--eiiibUnK the rumbling of wind Hie bowels com the steam man upon liK haveK vith a rat her un- with extremely shorf When he reaches llie end of limit the.itcain U slmt oil1, and he i, turned about face by his faithful and rcli-afc? his in ihc ?ame m.anner ac we have de- scribed. On the whole, the slcam mm i-n riirioiiK.uilomaion. and much more salifactory than his prcd.M't-sor cv- liibitcd two or three year; fiiicu .in this city, who could only stand upon fixed like .ir-punky child for a-pankinjf. They tell a ridicnlrttis (-tory- of A mishap to a fat man al the recent1 burning of his lions? at- Springfield. The of Citty, through tho door was cut ofl" b> the yon mail or (email? If so liow long you have been so. you subject to if so, do >u have more than one nt ft time? i ypm litcing wei-ihl? j ever .have cnny an- and if how of is your legal opinion of HIP UiCifOcom- .m, jou ever have any nigM marofc? >n manied or sinirlc, or aie >u a Bachelor? you bclcavc in fnliire stale? it'yu du, stale it. aic ynic'prjraic senli- abonla'uis-li Ihc lu> hits iliiTtl and iuforma- liou of (he combination of less than ,mpn handed aa Miss liclle (ho defundiiiit, slates in her allldavil (lull Ihoic is incitement and prejudice and (ho tact of till) alluok on Iholi'houso and the ollbrl lo get luii' In ilisooiitlnuc aca teacher In Ihc common schools. i Milton lictl bases his belief that a lair (rial ol this cause caiiiiot be Imd here upon these t'nctfe: The mob re- ferred to c-v- prcasioiis on Ihu fctiect that lha de- li'iidanl ought to bo lakeji out ol jail and thruuU inadp (hit the keys ol Ihc jail would be bc- (iircdaiul that Ihu dct'cndaul, w.ould lio Ukpn hiuiged filial thrcaU mmlo il Ihc defendant ken otil 011 a writ of habeas His. life Mould bo in ho, lion in to in another Iho poisons miklnff Oioso (Jiwills mid banded to- gether'would bo eompotenl'jximlion to try the oncp.' Owlngs iiMlrnis llie facts In the aflidavil 'of M. Upll, and swcaih Ihrc'il0 li'i'vc been made in hie prcs- eni'p that lite dcfendanl ought to bo tiiKeii out of jnil and swung np to a beam from the Court Jonathan in his affl- 'from diligent tho Ram'p nb'oul the' mob; nboia Ihu cpmblilatiou, Us Ik-llP D.iughci ly In uohool and IhalMhc'digiinl ofthp rombiiin- w.is lo be a ihnt'rfUfds ijf'nalall the paitipp bandc-d togeth- er were lo rally. pipci; i i i' i, i Court win called at 2-Jfl by lorill', Williauih., The dpfcndiint inlo CourJ. On.Uio part ol'illie Stale, Col. Mur- irrty read the aflldnvit of .In in on Davis nud N. 1'rliuo to ihccllrul thai they arc acquainted will) Ihc hiiuti- rnioutot'lhe peopld'and tho opposi- tion lo Ihc drfcmlaiiL olid Unit thnro bus not been Ihoru now any conibiiintlon ol'iiHMi In a bamlod or niiliiwful league. C. N. Polliud stiUo-t by aflldu-, ii...i, n.c nous noc ijouevc mere IR any league, and thai most of the cx- eilcmoiit has.been local, not ing into (vooud'y, nud (lint Iho hayo Imon made by iiudci' Ihoilnllncncc of liquor. Col. Murray filed an additional a I'-, I'ulAvitJiy himself; much .like Ihcoiii} referred lo in the iiigs. It places HiUji number ol sons in the mob i at a (hal (he general .opinion Al'.iho poo- Vidwiis (hut- .Mr.'Duughei'lj' Syas am bo tht} military would ]tfajXiroul0n lilcd nd- dilloiuil'lo 'llio ii'flovr; which inado In January as most nil Uic were, to tlic pfic'ptll'.ftl, of Ilio; lijiiidn {if Iho ctvUniiUiorJIIuss without llcJnij; 310 ktiowledgo, aftor.JVccc'om-i munli'iillon wilh the fiUlidx of iJo- s iVanhorii, of any leagne.or com: hut; or .does i. Jlcndiickb spoke upon J'or n change lie CN pec ted Jt docs ilot yomc fi pni jho but Jiy vol- iinlcciv or.' liired.jiittonioys. iforo ftf r-PrtMU'-pl'iniid ihc 11 fly-four atlldavltf., -AiLlhlx, upon shows jjiiorc than 01 ililorebli in thopioscculioii. law 'iiitcnds (rJuU in lift lio given hut Ihc'dcl'ciidantiniist feel 'tiirttho.lins liiwtti fnir Irlnl.MAVo do ilot.waut (ho iiuueofioiit far away bill which arc to Kokp- lliih'connly. can it IIP pit you ever cammiKcil did II seem to' a'- IIP bolipvcs IVom jlinso in whom lie has the most im- plicit eonfidcncp, Ihc cx- citpincul ami lUTJluHf-f, oi 1st HOW in January Inn, ami Hioiijjli less notlpss deep r ilclciiniiipd. 'f ,l! W. AclieyWdM. jointly iiinkoan afliclavil tViat U'IG of three they; ogninst llifrjllfo in cacp be should lie, tlia'f a particular ..oj, -Alter aiiMvering tho 'above (jtiefi- lioiir.likca man in Ihc slik little f.it old fellow wilh gold on; ccdl insured for life, ar.d properly woiild remain so-foi- n' term of years. -L' thr.nkcd lilm and smiled one of rAy most pcneivc funds for ail .....i.vi liirriu''lVK thai he had iily In flliug liivit. .The goucf.il I'uiTPiit ol'bo- i'of tit Vn'sl Ihsil HIP inilllnrj' lake (ho'iM-e and tVonitliifl f he exc'ileiiipiil grew as nim-h l'lhu nlliu-k upon IP wild 'it Wiift'a inoiiHMiliiri C i i tun a Hnnds. iVii parh lo'hp li-Icd In lU county' e i-i IIUP i" poniiiiiilijd 'and 6f iicgrpitl lo'ilragso" nni) w ilni'i.spr. itlf d> sonic dlhi'r Tin- stibslanliiil hlbitoplilv' (dpinniid 'dial (rial llOllld IIP had liPl'1. (if llip My allldavilK.lirtw Ki'y wpVf' pioi'iiird am' how Ihoy ......11 tin- rlghl n 'hi tlnd ouj hcihyr o'r tliPH- wan :i dan- i heutlincul in' ('his' I'duiily. Ij'cijlaid WHS njioiil lo Ihp Courl liMci'V'il'id lint cit6i; would In- sent on County. j t, Cpl. .Murriiy asked (hill llicjuilglil' miHiill, ou Inwhi'tv HIP f hail diil.iul tln> inronvcnii'iico I'ai Hint II had bvlU'i'hc-lrli'diil Ihpncar- I'lin Court' miidc' UIP cnliy lingly. The Dcnioi'niljjn lo at a i-l raw, ihiil we don'l like Dr. Vll- r i earn n durn wind any nnu'i creed or c-linu-h uiif'. preaching wheio we ran llit; bi't-1 our money. JuM. tow al a loss lo o go. If the J'rrs.bylc iurc highly (rppommmided HIP. Wl) is ojjon In lif'911 WP AVill, be one bf llllepn or I went) whp pre.MMicc ome or (WIPP i-iipfi odidt, are dianiiin Not a feather more. Al bjd'W; Ohio, u young WQUI-VII iutb'a store and for "li'-i Ifiiciiilcstincs'for lyiical clprk -'told liPi1'' IIP was out them, but Imdfioino mighty good tiddlo hiring, I'aliilcd, ami had lo bo'carried oni a hlamp.. Such'ls lifp. A" The ON fold (JI s a Wold, horn had ti ihat Daiiglicily fchoirid never hav.c been arrested, thai IIP ojiglitiio have bpcn >.iiot do.wn nl HIP Univi ft, W. lii.an IliAl be liiw reason to believe. n 1 he should come. here., to .testify, as a wilncas he will be. James- -W. pot in the ill i-wc.ep.ai jhc tomb of Adam must be ian idiot.'V, 1 A 'riuer. i? no ti-oat ma and a window of narrower dinicn- tliaii man war of JIo pnt hla head oni. and into the cmbr.KO of a friend; v. hile another friend inside used a broom kindle to keep him squirming -by which "worked his body i, -i is now fairly on the highest ground i yet i cached by religions joiinnls in ofloicd to the public for OIIP dollrfr1. from June until Jamiary The of the at this of- fice. IU ha1 very c paper and 11 la all brim-full fill and InCpro'sUiifr' rending. ABU it probably lias no m- pcrior if an ermal in the whole, conn? li-y.' To all who wiio'ivoiilil be glad to try tlitfAdvancc, an exwllnnl op- pbrtimity thus ofl'ered. Co., ldavil, Uuil, bo hus bod good op- portunlllcs to1 know the fcelinjM of he friends of Vanhorn as well as of life people oC the comity atlarger' that be lia- from good citi- fucU about orjpnriwd band, lh.it within ft' nioittlr many lif lilm, lie a imirdwcr ought to' he and of n The oldcs liinifif on tifhc out of 11 j A nnnglity little by what for." .'is be defendant. ''Hi? affidavit ni .iit' it iVnot lueli one rtfl laSnls the mtfr- clmracHrV' nsldti Wg6od.'. Htf tried'plfcXvhcrP. mill-' ig-' in he IlintdicV urc nol ImilPM Hrelr ibclltf Mlifslii itlr Ivlnl caniiotlwliwl liciv. '.li f most nml Uifii appealed- to the Jom-t, liM (hrj.rjnoiit, exercise jUjdliftrplJoJi i omc4Jn to .Court o be  'n ft-csh little bopk called Mtlffitn tllfll I'tljitlHJ l l, 'n It-A .I' did ypticvrr mif; cnrjiig, ol bcluf.'} Midi' i ctrnde, 'I do nol know whether U ought lo loll; but Marian liMlc gin, l i had Wen'in'a pass'ifln 'skboiTl' (hiiiir, and when xhi- wasgootl aga' P'tjia tf' lolip'jnM (f hiruftolf( tiiid 'Ills, nchoi jitPil to f-all Jojjijili hurl a il 5ii Ina passion this thai ho trli-d liai'd linioiioi tolmfco jiiipalipnK f provoked tpPOplCA; lint mm dYar Kllsi'.'yo >ver imii'li, IrouhlPd.' i for ii mill ii I u thnil "I woiidpr wlisil. your papa (lid tnclipck bin (einpcr. lokl Ihc fifty Jireparcil do JvanLhJjji go out of (he counjy.io WlicrcJJicrc li.'iio prejudice a. within 'thrtd is" made of jT 'Hits affidavit nian'y ''threats we will not rcpeat'aniVHe'cbn eluded from all of gwc.ii's, that according'- io'big boHcf the defendant t-onld not now h'avc'E ti j. f t f wPre j iba( a copy, -lle'roferrcd to I he in.lhih community; tliatj the Schopl atk ilant, who ivaa.caniing Ing in one of Iho vocatiojifi to woman, to resign Jicnlioiiprablc thp' humble pos'.iion. ;i i.-i i Thpse hirfld Wf- npt J 8LaH byf you lie': he could make pmyCiV find I MJCIII us if I i-puld _ I jo clever nor i-o began replied 'and ihairtina'teyrti' ihat we inuM alwaj Iti jild Jiim JndiKpuLaWc'VtilplrtJfJVfiaid {To Ix-como a brine IIP wnuts-' huh' 'ks'lhc fl i   

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