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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - June 30, 1870, Kokomo, Indiana                               fKIBOTE. t .1 JUNE 30, 1870. NO. 35 KOKOMO TRIBUNE, BT AT KOKOMO. OPFIOK IN ITO. TRIBUNE BUILDING, Carrier Mnlb rjr and Hulroid TKIMW for One Year in Advance If Hot Paid in Advance f or Due inch) one II ind iOjoats for oiob additional iniartioa three treolcs. ATTORNEYS' LAW; mm A AT VND NOTARY PUBLIC. Iw. Imo. imo. 1 3mo. i j'r 1 2 1 C 8 1 At the tbore must uVo the run of the piper. For clioico locations. higher rates will be charged. LejfalaJrcrluoinoiila.lt per square to the parly publishing at tho rales named in a bo re table' it Inadranee. Special Notice. Ueithu are published an news be- tweon parties who road a pai'I-for TXIBUHI in- ttrtod as news the partioa are part tat parcel of families who don't pa; for the Tribune, one dollw must accompany the notice or It will not bo inserted. Communications to promota prirato mwroal be paid for at the regular iilTertisinjc raUa. .Vdrcrtiaormmti, unless the number of inier- Uum desired ia marked on tho copj, witlbecun- tiaed until ordorod cut, and at regular rates. Editorial notices 15 cents for each line. Religions and Educational .njinllcslion at tho office, bo contracted for lower Office ,over Howard ,Drugs Store, KOKOMO, IND. Refers lo Ha Governor Chain-: wrlain. AugnsU.JIf. Hon. Kueeat llaia.'il. Washington, 0 C, zt n29 M IiXTTE'SOKOS. U j BLrJie. with King, j ire nortr jou lief! np quick) V. COOl'KIt, ATTORNEY AT LAW i 1KB CLAIM iOK.ST, KOKOMO, INDIANA, kj _ i f I 10 fcollocttons, tad the settlement of Estates and Also prosecutes, succcasfullj-, all classen ol Claims against tbe Government, I Office orer Auiencan Eiprsss, office. t> n A1TOENEYS AT LAW, KOKOMO, IND. Office House; North. west ____ rv tfi_ t, ___ -T" r. j-.su Birdio. "birdie! lift LjU your head ibow j Here ia tvi'.erfbr 1 Ilere is it up; Ifere ia wtrin irid Sow bo sings his mightl sour, Willie: i Willie is quick 1'owdem for Tillle, Tilliefggica- it If jou'wera irie and I'd Jore TOU well and lorejrou If I were j'ou tnd'yon were me. 0 what a bonny girl I'd bel corner ROIII.XKOiV, C'onnoclod with the Tr.buno Ofllca is (obbliitf all now, there n ia Cinln, Blanks, Circulare, can executed speedily anil beautl- follr. For this kind of work CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ALT, ORDERS. Address all orderH to TUB TBIUUWK. KOKOMO, 1VD. Attorney at Notary Public.' Kokomo, Jnd. Ollieo North uido 1'ublic Square in the offlca ormcrly occupied b> D. H. Bennett. AVill priclico in all the Courlsof the State. Spe- cial attention to collections and business) at Administrator, Executor and Guardian. B RECOHDEK OF HOWARD COUNTY, XOKOMO, IND. Will write and lake acknowledgments of Daeda, Mortgages >tc. J I'ersons dealing in Heal Eslatq will flnd.il to tbtir advuntace to cullon me. [nB-tf C. U. MURilAY. J. II KKOH OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Circuit Conrl lleeli 4tb of May and JOHN Divin Torm4 Common PlcitM Meets Illi Monday in February. Junu, and weeks- WILLIAM OAIUKK, KoblesTille, U1I011, ATTORNEYS AT i 8' KOKOMO, lyDI j does. It resides in the of the Wind, for' trw-lop, auu for will ba1 i big ftui" f When he is big he'can biihe Ibo' itorm; While be Ij little, we'll wrap him up warm >'onr little piggiea.'bound Tor a frolic, Ala gnjon apples till one got the colic. i One was so greedy ho airallowtd a core; munched so hard lUai One had Ihe'tro'lh'nclio and couldn't chow a'bi So be svralloued them whole and died In a'fit TJN3EEW BEAUTIES. I BY KJCV. CIIAHLhS DISJJHO, Ol1 ALTO i J CIRCUIT. '-i? nlO-tf. J. IT. IKBX Court rncotu on Oie first Mondayn In June, SepUimbor, Dcceni- Wr, Marih; and un tho second Monday in April ax a IJoanl of Equalization Joroina lirevvn. H. l> Uoraland and S. Straiten, ComniiBSlon- ora. onicorn of llotriird County. I.UTRIR S. CRAY, Auditor, II. II. Wiisiow, Unit, JoisrnTAYLOit, HIOUIIY, School komo, Ind Kxumlucr, Recorder, R. Ko- C'Uj- ot Kokomo. J. A. II. IV A JAS. fc'. K.A. Hooiiu....................Assessor. COUNCII.MEM. J. A. Jaoioa. N. 1'. UiohmOiid, A. J Norton, B. C. Loach, Thornno A. V. ArinatronK. 0. W.'1'iorBoii.'WjB. Boblniion. "PHYSICIANS? SVard No. I i. j u 3 ATTVS AND J. f KLLIOTT. .V KI.l.lOTT, i COUNSKM.OHS AT iVD AOl'AUY I'UUUC, KOKOMO, INDIANA, Will practice in all the Courts in the Stole. Oflico in Dr. James'Hlock, 8. K.Coiucrol (liti squnre uJS UII.TOV 1IKLL, AHTIIUI; s. exc.it ATTORNEYS AT LAW, j I'urdum'a Block. N. E. comer Public .Sqmi're KOKOMO. IND PHYSICIAN .niuiviri'.uv. j To M'llOU IT HAY COSCBKS. )f We the undersigned certify tlmt Jtra I'. Sut'KV has succcssliilly plactictd Midwifery in our Mcinitr for clmon j earn, and rccoai- niond her lo the peojile of Kokomo 113 rci- ponaible in that cupncuy. EluabelhM Iton, Ljdrn Jljcra, D. C. Clyintr, Lucy Stumbaugh, Miry Atkinaon, llarin Slanter, l Mary I'ortcr, Jane Wilkinson M A. Ainoa, Marenrel KunV, Mary Wait, S. J Culvert, Ixxi Mnrch 18, 1870. Koaidunco So. '21 Market Si, Kokomo. n22 3m-pd HOTELS. ft SURGKON, KOKOMO, OUlcooVot Urydon store oortli-eu.it corner public K. II. Spooial attention i'io b'ye and Surgery. Q-2 t. C. JOUNSOV, D. WK. SCOTT. M. D Residence: Cornqr Un- I ItcKidaucc: Cor Main ionaiil St's., and Taylor PiittlHoit Mud Cof- .SCOTT, Will icjlls- iwomjiily hours. f ___________ Mco-rr, sir i> lafl'lmnJ. 2J nlory, AND faftietilar attention paid to Chronio Diseases children. in my pro- 0. L. FAULKNER, Proprietor'. KOKOMO, IND JOHV L PAULKNKB, DENTISTRY. T. KlItK. DKNTAL SURGEON. Often orer the Hard n are atom of Armstrong, Nixon .1 Co, East side 1'ublic square, Koko- mo. Indiana. All opentionsjierfornied in tho best manner andwarranlcd. J V Qirohimn call if you n ant first cluss uork dono at reasonable prices. n27 1( D IIX'I'JCSTKV. W.L.WINS LOW, DENTAL SURGEON. Oltico, South-west corner I'ublin iip atairs, Kokomo. I HTAH >Vork Warranted DRUG STORES. i rtooVeasfof IhVVosl Oltico A. OLA1HVOYANT PHYSICIAN. r, 1 1 dopr oast of 1'attison Co Ilia's "of Kokoino tloinilyi Ho dwcriboa lo of UMJ hura w ijijom, without i and A A M. SUKGEON, ISO. rf 'J v ia formerlr occupied KB, L. 0. SURGEONS, INDIANA. Eclectic Obstetri- cians aud Surgeons, INDIANA. A Coffin's Druj; JjorthjEwt corner Public Square, tUcirtieos of .Koiomo indTicmitr the fruit long and diligent study snd miny disewcs. ff miCTICE1 OFM? KD1CISE, rtrsuiarf' Ihit tho public demand more pirticuUr of UM profession to treatment of CHRONIC DISEASES. a, future, to gin our .time te' the treatmtnt vt such ;ia of Iho fan aad other [nfUmmation af the Ejej, of Throat much to Diacises ol Women and Jprms of Chronio Ailment., iWto'n or bj Itticr prowpOr Jledicmti aoot bj when ffce ofcnarcv. ixtuo STORK, DARNAI1, SCOTTON CO., Keep constantly on hunds i full stock' of Medicines ACi Side of the Public H L. II. IIILLIS., No. North Public Kokomo, Ind., Uoturor Dealer IA StJJIas 'and llfirrtess: Krcrj-tbiDf; in (his lino can had at my shop ou ssreijonsblo tor ins na nt Any point in this p.trt of Ihe Stnte. Carriage Trimmiiigr, dono to order. Dec. ffr. 1IILL1S. HARDWARE. Tt KI.TIIlI-i: AIKTOA.A, Wholesale Dealers in rORXIOK Jt TJOMMTIO HARDWARE, CUTLERY, d 123 SOUTU MERIDIAN STREET, IIA1C BOLL, TBOKJL9 V. KIUBIB, JOBS AUCTIONEER. .T j i. v KOMO MARBLE WOEKS., Honu- Kokomo. JONATHAN OOVALT. i Has hail many rears experience and at- tend sales in a'ny part of the county on reason- able terms. Residence T wiles east of 0 ddress, Koiomo. wx. B Kokonjo, JOSKPII K. nOLLOlVKLL. Xew London. SMITH 4 s t i LICENSED Will attend promptly to 'Public Salos'kny- in ihw or adjoining counties. Post offica address abo-re. Would inform the ladies'of Koiomo that she U prepared todo all kinds of plain and fancy v Olveher'a call on Mulberry (28-3m "Th'c'followiug.'cssay' wns icad'n nn nisocintion of the ministers -o this DJslncI held recently nt Bunker Hill, iljs bicthron requested the a'u- tlioi'to fuiJiish it for publication nnd they selected o.ur, impcr, as. the n diuiu: >t- ti Ji-( (lungs wlijchnie not seen arc cternnr. Many persons suppostllint a thing can have no .real existence unless it cnirin some in contact with the senses. And yet among-nil the foi ocs of nature UicU ate 119110 which a more ful liitliienccj.linn those whlcli are styled impomlciablcB In fact, ir.ny with truth be snid thntnll things which ai empower! u I nre iiinong thoho which cannot be reached by the senscsj cnn.neithor be, or measured 'cnn noitllei befcltjtasie'd, smellcd, hcnid, or seen. These .ni-e fli'o only 'eternal verities. The un- seen me not phiintoms of or bf n brain They me tho eternal fuo.U of the universe. The ,iqrly Miiles'ol nlmoapliDie wliitli' uses in the blue other nbovo our bonds, is possessed of ns certain AH existence, mid cxcitsn fnrgicnter influencenp- onusthan the same depth ol tlie sol- id crust tcet. We can- not sec it, we cannot taslc, 01 small it, we cnimor reel u wiicn ir is and yet without its our life Avould bcsuslaiued but fora biief period of time. It is only the subtle, the iinisible, which acts. All those tilings which arc visible, arc sl> led matter which can be mmie to the senses, arfl mere pnssivc recipients of foice, aio tlio all mit so fin nt least ns tlio body of mnn is concerned. The mind is iii- visiblc, mid yet it. is Uio governor and controller Of the nets of the body great force which makes mail tho sovereign king'of the earth. Xifc is jnvisible; cannot be tnkcn hold o'f, or it cighed or mcnsuicd by auy pro- cess known to the chemist, .Die phi- losopher, or the mprnlist, 'nnd yet it is iio'ne the less npalpnble fact. TJje botanist may go upon the brond ex- panse of the prairies, or in the proud foicsls of the hills, where vegetable lifo is manifested in the greatest va- riety and .most gorgeous bcnuty au'rl magnificence. Uc may examine the seed, the roof, the stem, the leaf; he may disced the flower; be may ui- tcrly destroy iho plantin his endeav- or to Iny hold on its life. Ho mny examine it in all its pc- vifjds of giowth, the first sprout iug of. flic seed until it Ims attained its full mnluiity. He may call tohifl nid th6 chcmist'witli his Vvonderhil his'strnngcpowcrs ofsep- nrntion nnd annlyzatlon, his deliciite moics of iiicnsuving and wcighlngr; nnd yet Uio lifeofthc plant thntgives to it its Jticnuty And loveliness, b'oth of foi m and of color, thnt which im- parts its distinctive'aroma, that which called it mid fellow plants in infliiitc.numbcrs in spiiiig from the appaiently sterile caused the buds to swell, and and 'blossoms 'to appear upon the branch- es, lending (he whole vegetable woild lo acknowledge "tho Spirit of and breathe to that spirit their morning'jnnycr in the silcut but de- licious fragrance of newly born flow- that cnn never be caught by any of the chemists' agents, or confined by his magic nets. Life, Although its ejects arc every where manifest, is invisible. phenomena oflife m.iy be mrinifestniid yet the life it- self never wns seen, neither has eye witnessod'its depnitmc fiieud >csteitlay was buoyant with life-limy to-day_ have been stricken, down by disease or by accident, yet his body rcmnius. 'The knife of Uie nnntomistmay penetrate every part, every "organ nnd tissue, every muscle, nnd gland, tnbc, every ligament, every nerve explored; the utmost power of the microscope mny be ap- plied to the lungs, the spinal marrow, Ihe heart, ihc brain, or to any part lo be the and nlthoiigh the life has departed ,lhe pf nothing can be discovei-ed. Attraction, of-whal- cver and Ihere is no greater ever-present reality than The earth has its form, its consistency, its mo- tion given to ofjtt- trnctiou. Attraction is ever present in thc'Sinallest mosf'tiny plant (It has .lifted up the moun- tain. It pushes forward the waves of the sea; it governs 'the b'reezea'of the "destroying toriia- and unerringly guidesJiim' qvervtho waste of waters. K brings the iublle gases of Ihe the air in contact and of them forms the ruby and the diamond. Hi ex- tends for, far beyond the reach df the moat powerful telescope, nnd guides, of suns and Iheir nttcifdant planets, shine" iu their spii-al the endless. c> cles of the .uniyorse.-j- any oCth allribntes o'f Tnnltcr. The, pMlpso pher jn his ,il cannot tell what it is or where it'is or rather where it is not., It is in comprehensible, yet none llrel Ics: real. IHs'invisible; as the rtal is nl ways'invisibli: The nttiibu'tes'o those atlributcs which we pei ceivc by 'a percepfion higher than ;hat of the power, wisdom lik'e the life'' wiUi which tlie> have endowed tin, they are invjsfDlo tliey arc" SaSifana n'rioJi same nt the "creation' of the' uni- verse, and through the nevei ending ngcs to cdinc. Those infinitely ab'ove tliepciccption or the comprehension of mnn; neve; reach them with our senses', ot even perceive them with 6111 higlicsf, in- nermost1 nature, except when they Are dimmed in the fires of the mater- ial aud .veiled in humanity. As was said of old, ,11101 tal oig'tuis cannot come in contact with these nioi tal senses cannot bo impressed with their undimincd splendor and glory, and continue to exist. The universe owes its origin and its continuance to the power, wis dom nnd love of Gtfd. All ,the ma- terial objects in this universe, from the tiniesj; grain ofsnud'or the float- ing atom that is only, discovered bv the of the lens to Hie bright orbs of heaven floating nround their .ceutinl sphere, all pre- sent traces of these divine atliibulcb, which when viewed in combination we Attempt to define by the teim.di- vine beauty. And what we pctccivc in these is but the impress of the im- material upon Inch mnlerinl struot- uie, which impiess leads us to pct- ceivc tlie shadowy outlines of Ihe niore the miiiiitcn'ee T3 bf which it is cd. posed of buttery which wa by minutest, eveimplfjyed. It com cap faste'ned lo 'i i, and a .narrow drop 0 were nil the bcnuty with which they hijvo in contact Down deep in the dnik wes of the earth are cvci the nh- [ircssious o( beaut} and iu the wa- ters, nud under the waters of (ho ocean, are evei being icpioducod m- nnimAtc nud an i mate forms, bearing utAmped them evident Irnces of :hc wisdom, the power, and the love of their Maker. Aud the rill, nnd the stieniii, and the lake, and the iiosl, and the snow, and the rain And the vapor thnt the earth sends up lo the clondsjipon wings of fire __ the morning sun, nnd JIG cloifds'flicmsclvcs'witli thcii ever vaiying foims nnd colois, ns they chnqe each other nbovc our heads, nd their shadows move with even pncc over the rough suriuce of the earth; or when sketched as bioad >eams ofsilver, ot flaming Hko rods of molten gold in the western skj-, or spread nbiond like the purple of royalty, or looking like the sunny but fur distant Isle of the. ilest, 01 spanned'with the bow of piled like huge fleeces Against Iho wcstcin sky. This is A beautiful woild, as n whole, nnd iu all its parts we cannot open our oyeu without seeing, the beauty, but thc'bcnuty we sec is 011- y Ihe impress of the bcnutj of the creator, as tho foot-piints in the sand aie but the impress left by one who s beyond the sphere of our ision. We. turn from this view of our sul> ect nnd bring it down to oui own in- the influence' of others vhose "life is hid with Christ in God." Tho saints in- fluence is from within. It is n ladi- ution. Put him where you will lie will shine. The inner life emanates n holy light snd influence." Impris- on Joseph Mid ho'will shine out on Egypt, cloudless as the sky where he rain never falls. Imprisou Daniel, and the dazzled ionb will retire to thcii dens, and the ting comes forth' to woiship nt his nnd nil Babylon blesses the >ennty of the brighter and better day, Imprison Peter, nnd, with nn angel or a harbinger stm, he will swell his aurora from the fountains of Jordan o the walls of Bccrshcbn, and break ike tho moining over mountain and ea. Impiison John, nnd the Isles of he JEgcau and nil tho coasts around will kindle with sunset visions too forgeous lo be described, but never o be forgotten, a boundless pano- of piophccy gliding fiom sky o sky, and enchanting the nations with openings of heaven, transits of aints aud angels, and Iho ultimate glory of the city nnd kingdom of God.1 in'the depihs of tho black: forest, .and the J'angel that dwell in'the bush" will honor him thetr'ecs'arou'nd him will turn like shafts of ruby nnd his glowing >rb loom up again, round nnd clear as the light of all Europe. i Thrust Bunyan info the gloom of Bedford jail, and ns he lenns his head ou his hand the horizon of Jritnin will flame with fiery sym- lols, delectable' mountains, and cc- estial mansions with holy pilgrims grouped ou ihc golden hills, snd >ands of bliss from tho gates of pearl hastening to welcome him A.nd all Ihc power aud influence the Christian, possesses is founded on the Icmonstration of things not The impartatiou of Divine influence the blessed Spirit is the secret of every good man's power in the world There can go out no man's soul a quickening moral energy on hisfcl- ows, unices a divine pulse throbs in fe1 And.this work is invisible. The our heart with its God is an invisible mystery, vet real and true.'' fact connected with the electric agencies )y which communication is secured if iv ui t- cif i nit- foiccs Avhfchitvcri 1 to continent wou------. 'tli rent wnic the same cur- ich uius' thrilled''between twoworldsknil'.made llicm, O, tVAdisposod lo moralize on the terio'ns, regard i itsniys- excused did ive power ,of ttie uiiiveqal heart tluob. It is. the abemWc of tKe world's deepest nnd ,1 tt nl most omnipotent emotions, and yet Single single lifo This mighty power Hint causes every heart to the un- seen influence of the blood of 'Josns, applied lo our hearts by the inviti- ble yet powcrflil ngejicy 'tof the di- vine spiiit.. refer lo one oilier thought, that is the hidden power thcic is ill. ihc truth of God, His re- venled woid. Tlicie is an accompn- ining influence tlmlimpnits to'itnn- mortaltty. Noniniy ever suivivcd so'miiny conflicts as the Bible; no citndel eve r stood 'so1 many sieges no rock "was" ever bnlleied by so ina- ny hiirncAiics and' so swept by storms. And yet it stands. "It hns seen the rise and downf.tll of Dnn- iel's four cmphcs. Assyria be- queaths n few mutilated flg-incs to Iho ilchucss of the British Media and Persia, like Babylon, they conquered, hitvc been weighed in the bnlnncc and long1 ago found wanting. Grecco faintly sm- vives in its name; "'tis hv- ng Greece no and the iron dome of the Cacsais is held in picci- rious occnpntion bv n feeble hand Uio book that foietetls ill his survives, kings, philosophers, sj steins, mvc died Away, thoBiblc now exer- cises man's deepest thoughts, Is ex- amined by tho krcncsl intellect, stands revered belbic'thc highcbt nbunals; is more rend, .ind sifted, ind'delmtcd, more dcNOtcdl) loved ind more vehemently assailed, moic defended and moie denied, moiein- Instrioiisly trnnslntcd and freely giv- cn to the world, more honored and btisdd tliaii nnj other bookMhc vorld evci sniv. It'survives all linngcs, itself nnclmnged; it sees nil things decnv, itself iucorriiptiblc; ii sees myiiadsoi ollierbookscnguired n the stream of time, yet is boine ttinmplifttitlycori tlio JVII ud ifVfll %c boiuo until Ihe nystic angel shall plant his foot up- on the sea, and swear by him that, ivclli forever and ever thnt time shall be no more. "For all flesh is jiass, and .ill the gloiy of man as the floivei of gi.iss. 'flic gia-is withci- cth and the flower thereof fadcth away, but the of the Lotcl fn- hircth forcvci." Growing Trads- i [Continued.] PIANO STORE of Among the benntiful and commo- lions vooms which have been fitted under the Academy ol lianapolis, one df the mostftttitictivc s that of Charles Sochncr, No. 38 Noith Illinois slieel. Mr. Soehnci, TV'ho has been acquainted with vari- us styles of Pianos since his b'oy- lood, and has liad Isige experience ivitli botirsupcrior'orinfciioi Inslru- nents, is pcihnps one of the most xpciicnccd dealers we have in ludi- nn. At different times he lias en- gaged in selling piauos respectively n Dayton, Hamilton altogether having devoted sixteen of his life to the business. In 80S, alii acted bj the inpid giowth if Indianapolis, he bought the piano, trgaii and inclodcon department in he music house of Benhnm Bios., vhich at that time'had the agency 'or the celebrated Steinway leaftenvaids associated with him n the business A. M. Benham, under he film name of Soehner Mr. Soehner for several years lias ecu a warm admiicr of the Stcin- vay piano, and w hen the agency for hat instrument was given to another louse, be disposed of his entire iu- erest in the bnsincs's and wenl to iuropc. After i-etiirning to this oiintiy, the Kiclimond, Indianapolia nd Tone Haute agencies for the ileinWay were consolidated asid giv- u lo ilr. Sochncr, Inch induced tiim to open his picsent handsome com. In his high appreciation of he Steinway instrument Mi. Socli- icr expresses the almost universal ipiuion of those who have given them n unprejudiced tual. They Lave been awarded the Firtt by Hie most competent and nflcxible judges the world can pto- ducc, many of N horn were rions- y prejudiced in favor ol other in- trument5, the crowning triumph laving bcen'achievcd at the Unircr- al Exposition in Paris where they were awarded the first Gold 3fedal for American pianos by ttc unanimous verdict of Ihe interna- tional Jnry, the United States notbe- ng represented among the jurors. The following reccommendaliou. which is translated from Ihe French, s'only one of a number of a similar haracler that might be Ori'icc LE 1 20th, MESSRS STEISWA.V Sovs, to you i letter from my friend Mannoutel, at the Conservatoire fit Paris, aad one of the most eminent of our time. Ton will seehowhigh- y he thinks of yoar pianos. _Having'beeri'a professor myself or more than twenty years, and ng played on yonr master-pieces do not hcsitate.to confess that I bayq never met with histruuients so per- fect, uniting the "qualities highly prized by'pianists. sonoritr, sympathofionnd round- bcaiiti- tul softness, aud a perfect cqwliiy-r advantages, which the Jui y o affirmed in placing .you above your competitors "from evary parl Df the i world, 'aiid in so they not only perform au act'of'jus- tice, but al-o decide us competent judgeb. Accept, gentlemen, in) cong-ntulR- tions, and kindest regards. i j Many of the Manu-' fhctureis aoiioiis icady made; buy their ke> boards and cases and of the piano. I.i addition to this many of, them have several separata .workshops. Under thcf.e circumstances it is bcarccly possible that work of siiolnmiform canf be produced, Uie eslab- Jishruout'jif the- conceutralcd in one immense factoiy, and ,whero every the season- ing of the lumber to its nioatpcrfetJt .constructed by the most skilful workmen. Every part of the piano, including nil the action, is got- ten np under the immediate poisona! superintendence of the Messrs Stein- ivay, fathei and.Lhi-ec sous. Thciiumenso working capitalcom- nnnds alike the choice of, labor, tho employment of the most useful nnd costly machinery, i Uio selection jof lumber, and its vast mid cssouliiul.v necessary ncoiiiunlnUon jfori thir- oughly seasoning purposes (subject- ng piece of Inmberito n oiling process of not less than us bcfoic being kiln tlricd and While smaller makers have o depend for thcii supply of lumber upon what may oQ'er hero nnd thoie at the various yards, Messrs. Slein- way piocmcnll their lunibei dlrect- from the growing1 regions. All ho wood fur theirticlions, as well ns ounding bonnlSj is selected peidon- illy by one of the Messrs Stcinnny n the log, and (hen sawc'd under his llicclion into the neccess.iry shape. This is one of HIG chief1 causes of tlie 'ieat uniformity the ,10110 aiid ouch of all their jnnuos, and tho fnct thnt there never lias been n cnse vhcic Ihiisounding board of a Stcin- way piano has cracked, wliicli 'of 'icqucnt occiurcncc'in those of in- eiioi1 mikcis In 1S69 Iherc woie made.of these linnos which were sold, foi'a tun aggiegaling- about eing us much as the sulcs of tho Chickciing and Knabc' combined, vhich ere the largest in point f sales. In the last moiitlis'Mr. Sochnci' claims toliave so'ld ns many s Uie Richmond, Indianapolis, aiid ?cric_Uautr ngoncics aoinbiiiod_9qld, u tli'e prccccding" cigluVcTi months. This tends to'show Low iii'pidl) llic'se itsliumcnts increase in favor when nice introduced. Some dealers who sell other in- tnimcuts sometimes hold out the dca that the Slennvny igdcaiei ilmn thci niiikcs of pianos, and that Steinway charges for hie Vow while it is admitted that sonic nfciior makes can be purchased at .licapcr prices than the Steinway, it s claimed that the Steinway d ns cheap ns any other make when he superiority of material used mid he extra cat c tnkcu in Iheir uiftnu- ncturc is considered. In addition to he Stein way piano, Mr. Sochncr has or sale the celebrated Kuabe and a.so the Gablev and. others. 'One great point which he claims is that UI of these manufactures having an mmensc capital at their command ic founded on a solid basis, and arc lot liable to chingcs of firm every ew; ycais, and that thcieforc thcii uantee may be relied upon by Jiirchascrs ns being perfectly good, tiling which cannot'be claimed by manufactories which arc liable to hange of ownership. Mr Soehnei a-oposcs to for five yciu's very instrument he sells. Of these styles of piimos ho keeps a of grades, ranging o in price. Besides these varioua'makcs ot pi- nos he also keep4 on hand a supply >f Organs, Melodcous sccond- taud pianos, price from 75 to Mr. in erson to the factories and BS I cots' its inbtrumcnts for which he pays ash. Old a well to do .irmcr of Stewart county, Tennessee. Ic was icgulnr m attendance at ourt at Dover, but seldom ever.turn- d his face until he luul wallowed more whiskey than his kin could well hold or his legs con-, enicntly carry. On one occasion e got on his level about middle of a hot July evening uirted for home. He had not gone ar, however, when he -was ith an uncontrolflblc desire to take nap. He dismounted from his fiorse, turned him loose to graze, and olied himself info a fen_ce Ic was sleeping very srwectly when he -was espied by o, buzzard that was sailing around iu lhat vicinity, hunt- ing for something to eat. Smaller, arid smaller grew the circles of his victim, cautiously taking observa- tion. At last, bat still in some'doubt tlie bird lit on the ground jtiear its expected feast About this time Rnmfclt became awnre ttiat some- thing was going on, aud hf parliallv opened one eye and saw the buzzard, but still too drunk to take any active measures to drive it away. He, how- ever; kept a watch. The buz- strutted around him, all the lime inspecting Rum felt closely and cautiously to ascertain positively that he was dead. He finally be- came satisfied that the corpus before him was indeed a carcass, and conse- quently "his whereupon he advanced deliberately to Uumfelt's head, and gave him a" severe peck in the, face.- This aroused and striking oat lazily with hU hand to prevent a repetition of the attack, he exclaimed. are a l-e-e-tle too dam'd Ain't dead Spirit of the Home from ou the following home papers the Kokomo Jounta v, as last week, Th it paper the organ of iipthiug.b.ul eight s heads. It wanted something and desiiyd to city punt- or. The answer given .Trench court by a prisoner accused of al- most cutting hiVwife to pieces, was: "Wall, Honsieur le President, yon know every one hit failing." The Couucilvcoiddu't sec it. Ho a bid rcndv bill lifter our'Jotter i end, the Council decided, to (.yu- ,..._o their wotkal the, .TiuuusB ot- flce. SA> s we Hod when said we have a gi eater circulation in this qounty, Uiau ftuy- other papers, counting only bonn-nde Now we have thU proposition j to make to ,3Vo will .question ..as Jto who if tlie Mar by betting him one hundtcO doUars that our projiositioii ia If th.'njs moie 109110. y, tlpu lo fiftyTor rather than miss, one hun- ;licd to twenty-five. >vhnt is your response? Thcsai-ic pnpci 1ms an original pieco of pocti y f with twenty-seven i. It ought to hnvo had Illiy- tivo., i i 1 11 luxe an nillola under the cuptibn Renowned1' How is that foi'rtil elevation The "Two anil one o cairymake three" fi'om which we nfoi Ihnl there id n baby at We ICAI n thai it is doing well. The Journal ('W. IL Kist- cr" tlif'co to five times in cnoh'iiuiu- oer. Why should any'man thus lersccutcd The same paper Says Co. Trciisuter has inn off Liking ten. dol- lars of the money. Awful THE 'UEMOCl! IT. i -11 This paper has discovered that we svc now, as we were ten years njro, "the autocrat at the bicnkfast table It might hnve snld also, dinner nnd supper la'blc. The editor spunking of his school ilnjs here t6ii yearsngo ''Ah what victories we're won in the pri- lmary brnnchc's in those days." tlt would not hurt him to conqiici a tow vi9foi icS of the snme sort. Ho is 11 'tcuiblc juurdcier of the 'only nngungo lie knows inn thing about. The following 18 nn extract from tlio Democrat: This paper citrons ot this city, ot'Oakfoid, of Shnipsvillc, of Tipton and Sluclvillc damp fiom the pressmen Imvc louse water on the Democrat or it would be consumed by its own icd holncSs. One of the subscribers got his pci tlm otlici put it in Ins pocket. Soou afterwards took It is not knowji whcllior it wns the icd-liot Democrat 01! n Jeaking bojile_pf Btavtod the lire.' Nearly all the sub- scubeis to tluttpapci cmi'> >n bottle in owe of their pockets. i The JDimocrat snysMonlgomury is trying to impiove his diameter nnd reputation by claiming Mi. X. Bell as but Lhat- paper siiys Mr B. denies the chiugo. Ht> don'l ,waiit to be ilout's xmclc. ri1i f '.i i i The DcDiooat talks cnsihr and muchly aboulithc mallei bjl most nboiii. "It hud a igbtl) artic- le lustwcok about ''tnin sac ting busi- ness with a petti-coaled nigger." Jap pen says Don 1'jatt is an in- tense Radical. That's a whopjiei. The same author sayb Bell drinks lietter whisky (thnn wo do. That isn't so, In tide, in the Denwctat, theic are Jifleen ,cirois and Grammar in nt> many consecu- tive lines. A "victoiy in the primary branches" would help some. Reuben H. i Poi tor has employed somebody to write foi the Democrat over his signature. The Democrat, in n long, article, attempts to pvoye ILnt Tiplon is1 ft bcttci town than Kokomo. Jap. miglit prove also Hint nu old whoc is a nicci thing to work Jn tliun a house. And then move his office and his Democrat into, the What u neaUit thai would be! ti Aciazymanat Nevada says the, Democrat is n "worthy papci." J. M. Goar, the bruins of Tiplon, wriles the DemoLt at thnt the Demo- crats of Tipton icad (Jmt paper until they learn if by hcnit. They nlso plnlfonn nnd "Noah's Yal- ler Dog." Got good Usle, them swnmp angels have. 3 Tuipen made a four-line notice of the death of-Mr. J. D. Sharp. At the J'estiv.il at Alln ight'sncakc was voted for, the candidates, being the newspaper mcu of Ihis city inclu ding J. W. Kcin. >Ir. If. was on the ground and the girls voted for him vehemently. He got the cnke. i W'J don't believe that cake was very good. Something to" be Thankful For. Mr. Charles Dickens was uphold- ing the theory tlmtwfintevcr trials or difTlcuHies..rDlght. stand in a man's pailij there ,is to be thankful'for. me, in proof said Dickens, "prelate a sto ry. __, Two men we're to h'ang at New- gale for murder. The rnornim? ar- rived the hour approached thc'bell of Sc. Sepulchre's began' to toll the convicts were pinioned the proces- sion was formed; ita'dvanced lo the fatal the ropes adjuitcd around the poor men's necks there were thousands of motley sight-seers of both eexng, of nil ages, wo- men and children in front of the scaffold when just at thai second 'of time, a bull, which was being driven lo Smithfleld, Woke its rope and charged the mob rightTand left, scat- tering everywhere with iU horns. Wherervpon one of the con- demned men turned to his equally unfortunate companion and quietly observed, 'I say, Jack, it's a good thing we aiVt in that 1 A youngster 'required to write a composition upon some portion of the selected that which unites the head to the and expanded as follows "A throat is to roojleis and'miiiifcters. >'The foVmer eats corn, and crows with it tho lat- ter preaches through .ils'c, and then ties it up. It pretty much all which I can lbinVrof about 1 CAPT. BOJIAK INJUKED. Inother of HorM. Ou Thursday John if. Loach a fast pa clngninre aud called Pattlsosi' drug storo to take Dr. P.'to the Fail tirountis for a ride. While Doc Wa; getliug ready, Mr. walkod In to the stoic and we stood by tb< discussing her beauty and tin danger of riding behind any horse Capt. Bonan, who is a flrslrtto horsi uian, came upaud stopped into th  sicians and hit family. Tho mare ivout on ntsomc speed but did not seem (to be flt nil- )crsons ran out'to stop her, turned i1 inlo the public square where was slopped without Injury to her- elf or tho buggy. (Jrumot 'Otir men teAin, lightning or ftdmo other ccs to use on dirt and turn- >lkes? want a will uot safe means ,of inrpose. Uennclt says wo arc crazy on tho torse question. That may bo but he, Pom W. Phillips and othera Irl a similar fix. believe Dial every time any nnn drives n horse nnd not killed :hcic is n Special Providential ntprfci'cncc In hi? behalf. Wo know lhat sponows are number- ed nnd thnt the hairs of our head are lumbered (not much of a job In our ndivldunl cnse) but then wo do bo- love thnl where n person 'beeDinci )ervcrsc nnd continues lo drive, a 101 he will surely get killed gome very flrsl time tl-ft Special liewuro of women nnd wine In good ndvicc bul horses ought to be in- cluded. Girl's Toilet. who IB tinvciiiiK around he world for Ihe Boston Traveller, s now iu Jnpau. Here is something cndable from one of his letters: watched the man, we low turned (o the barbcrcsa. She iad n Indyi customer, .whose rich nud lady-like demeanor Indi- c'ated'soclnl position, and whose fnco nudfoim showed considerable per- sonal beauty. She WAR unmarried, or her teeth were glistening white. Neither of tho Indies took any other lolicc of us than to gin nee nt us once sidcwisf.- Tlio customer nflor lonv- UK her clou sandals at the, he is Uio floor of he open Japanese houses, niul nd vnncing bnicfootcd to the middle'of he room, mnde a low bow to the told her how she dressed. Tho'barber jsV then began the work upon .her iniv.' First until it was voflencd Iciciilly to udmit a comb. "When the combing wag done all tho wns gathered back from the to he crown and tied llicro. Thcn-thc long tail' was waxed and oiled un- til It wnssliff. It tvnt next flattened outwilh'thohandH Ihe he end gnlhercd around thie" flat nccc in curious curia and funUtti'. >raids, the end fastened with a pin, lip face and neck wiped dry with a :owcl. Then began a procesn for which I was wholly unprepared, iad not supposed the Japanese lobe so near civilized. The 'barbcreau' ook up'a little box, with a fine bam- )oo sieve in the end, and, nflcr lell- ng the customer to shut her bc- fnn to throw (or HI ft) the fine rico lour (or dust) upon the young lady's iicc and shoulders. Very soon the skin thai was naturally copper-col- ored was artificially white. Thai por- iou of the flour which did not was brushed off with a feather brush after which a piece of bark of lorae :ind was rubbed on her' un- il 'red as a-rose WIB she.' Then for the first lime a polished piece of iron or steel, serving for mirror, wax icld up bcfoic the young lady, who miled her approval, to her feet, jathcred up her dress, and marched >roudlv off, leaving the 'barberesi' o await another customer." Explanation. The notice of the June Fair tiialap- icarcd in our paper June I6lh and n which it wns stated lhat that Fair would occur the next week, was mitten for the issue of June 9th and .he pi oof read. This accounts for he mistake which wag not our own nit that of an employe. We regrel- cd it more than anyone cUcbuUurc y no one can blame us. The notice vas not seen by us after the proof VAS read until the entire edition oi Jic 10th was off. We are glad to kno.v Die Fair wan a (success in spite of thii error. Jap the red bot Koko- no Democrat, In the course of n few on and big trees herein, wiys: Many of these of the for- .sts, antiquities of America, aa hundred feet, unencumbered by a ingle limb. Now we don't object lo hundred leviathans lowering In a forewt, inencumbercd by a single or even a we should very much ike to know how the whales got there VJso how they managed to tower ligh without any assistance. Abo whether they are still lowering In the of Tipton counly, and still un- ncumbeifed. Became If Ihey till there, unencumbered, we shall ell out Ihe MIRROB, and get Brady o engage with ut in catching whales. r--lianapolit Mirror. Jn Legal practice payi when ot- upies "the story." David )uiliey Field received fee rom tbe Erie railroad, ;t Black" got ,froin tht e'vr Almajen mine case., William has pfofciilonilfatome f f ''and, recently fdF one vrhlcb u- >fed eighty "ThfCarwUConveniW From the proceedings of Ihe publioau convention of Carroli coun- ty, on Saturday vre the iiv i-fffanl Senatorial nominations. v We quoto from the Delphi Journal: ThnjquwHon was hen iftkeu up, arid, H being announc- ed that Dr, UaniaUand Mr. Woody, pf Howard Couuly, candidates for the nounnaL'ou, wfere' present, they were loudly called for. and came for- ward niitf addressed the Convention very briefly, -.Col. then read a letter from W. 1U Kistlcr, of Howard and candidate for the nom- SiiaUou. The nude a short tddrcM In bbhalf of the nbient can- didftte, that Mr. K. had received iho -lai-gest number of votes at the primary elecllon iu How- ard by offer- ing tho following-reiohUtou WTSenelona aud an. prove Iht) QboleettiJMleby theKepuV lieftiit-Qf for Senator, thai for SUlo, Senator from ,tbe District compoied ofthe'cbmilltoof Howard Mid (Jirt-oll. Mr.1 L. 13. Slnit opposed lutlou bcwiuo It would toadlothe eiUbUihmont precedent, namely, the nomiuaUou 'of candi- date by A small ft-nciloi. of Mi con- Whereiijwn tlie resolution to'en- Hie nomination'of Jtfr. Klaller tabled. i ThereHiwiuJtfr. SInu 'offered the followittr reaojutlov .whlohWwM adopted by lite Convention, t will of Carroll that (here be a Joint delegate Convention' of'the Ilcpublicani of How-aril and Carroll cotivenletat point ou orticar the lino of the two ooujiUos, and thai there bo a C'oiumUtat ap- pointed by Uili Convention lout in concert with the HepubHran'Central Coiuiulttce of Howard. The Central Conimlltoo wan In. niitteo to rorruipond and inakaai- rangcmotiU with tho Senatorial Coui- mlttpe of Tho loWiujihljn! to Eclocl to rcpreio'nl'Car- roll n the proposed Sanatoria) Con- vention. From (hi How Oenlly "Yos I remember thk't Ihe Sunday nchool Bald.wlth the old pathoi In and tht old iad look in hit eVea 'It wai about a ajtupla orlttar, turn- d Higgini, that used to haul .rook for old Naltby, When Ihe lanuu- lod Judgo Baglev tripped aud ,Ml down tho court-bonne and broko hlf neck It wai a great lion to break the new to poor Mrs. Hafrley. But put )nlo HfgglnV wagon aud he wat mitmoted lo take It lo Mri but to bd very guarded and diicrcat in language, .-Ami not break news to her. all once, When llicro, wjth hlu aad freight hu sboutl-d (ill "bin. Baglcy CAUIO to the he aaid tho wlilthr Baijley live ii. "The widow Bflgley Jft, ulr-l'l' "I'll bot she doea. But hare IN your own way. Well tlooi Bagley live '4r-S> bet he Hon'i. But JlQVer mlndltaln.tfprni'c lo contradict. 2s the Judge In "No, uot at proMul." "I expected as cauio you know-take 'hold  a ae- questcred Kokomo by.war. historic Southron In shirt collar and pair cfspiirtean Wow retire. We clip the above" fro'm'the Soulh Bend Regitttr. WJiere that paper tho Item do not tfnowV cJt' la manufactured from whole bathing ia all dono in bur own hod no audwehavenolbalhed in a' creek for flfteon yearu. We never lravil by atwayu wear full dresH.1' old mewlaut once lo a young iimu' of good Deputation lo whom he had Jutt gold n Jot of goo'di, partly on credit: "My young friend, I have a word of advice lo give you, ag you, arc just commencing bmluew ou yourownaccoutil; itinthU: You should alwaya keep Inmiiid'ihktyou must vcnr'customer or your Tlie ybliiig man UK- Uncd, wenl home, thought orer the matter, and soon packed up nearly all UIOKC shipped llie'm lo a dialant point, and ran away, and the merchant never got a dollar for'them. An exchcnge gays a HUle child bad made a no, two Icgs'of which were of a While In Wm try- n to make It tland upon the he looked iu hU and cd: "Does God see "Yi-x, replied the "guesi he' will1 latsgh when he wes IhhT fevr living the following 4, Ten men who will do they provided subsequent" even'U after making Iheir show lometWng to, their -Jnterertto violate their word. Ten whe will plaliilkaijd and Ten andSHll ihow by( Iheir actions Uiata-Jegal w actment cannot cancel a gatlon, and thaltMc taking the value re- cehed. tj us Tenperaons Irfe permeate miincw traniaclfonu'that evil ipeak. er Pjtcef we r need of teem, st ly jri with-wfodotn jUjtt InveqtloB. The them llghUr. r- w i SP4PFR1 SPAPFRf   

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