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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - July 7, 1870, Kokomo, Indiana                               I .s a i KOKOMO, INDIANA. UXT1-. T1317 XTI-? 1 rtlJD U iM JDJ. THURSDAY. JULY 7, 1870. NO. 36 i MKRI TIII RCinAT A. AT KOKOMO, OKKICI. IN UUIKDIN Corner Miilb 17 am! U.ulrfUil Sin-els for Oue Year in Ailrancu If Sol Kill in Alliance no' Vrtl'Mli ii-JJd 'fKS OJI1 'no spici! ofono TOItXKY AT L A .NOTARY I'U BMC. Oflice over Howard Drug Store, l-'j -t.i j i.'ii> i Ouvtraot Oham- Upn 11. It f 1 and 50 nculs for eich adililion.il 'orllircc Imo. 2mo. jmo. 1 iocli 59 IU On i 00 i C 00 1500 t 'A 00, 13'00 1 00' 2000 ri 00, 2406 Xcol- 15 00; 1000 i W IS 00 rtrthi" OU If. 00 1 I oo, 35 00 U 00 churned. par fori'n'oh to lliu piibllulimx   torleil Ilia are purjol '_lie ,it li ivill not to tniiAiltid. CVniinninications to promote pnv.ite iiitcmjt be paid for at auvortning rnlej. Adveriiacniontd, imleos Iho nuinbur (if inacr- U'MU-I Jt'sircJ U mark ml on tho tullbiiciin- UiuJ until ordered nut, nml tt Titular Kditorml notices ccnla for cadii line. Itulijjiom and ICducationnl ainilication nUlio cilliec, miy ho conlnirtcd foi nl imvor nlc.-i. t Ollice I H.' KOKOMO; io CVjIlucljons. s-ucoj.HSfully.t.nll IcldJ.W 01 the Ooiei nnieot. j American tiprosi olliea. I Hy Hotter. That scene in old chivfttric time wh, around the board, and ihe banqij hall was ringing with scntirnciil ah song, when, the Indy of each knigl ly heart hiiTing been pledged im me, St. Leon urose in hi? tin n, ai lifling Ihe sparkling <-up on "J drink toonrj Whose iuuge never nujr depart, Deep xraren ou thij heart. Till memory ii dead, A'lTOUNKYS AT LAW. KOKOMO, IND. Attorney ill Law and Nolan IS- l I J Sfiuurc in ollico Wil priclicu in All (hd Couilaof tPii! Mate, eiai allontion to colleclinns nnd bi.ain Ailnimtslrabir, Executor ami OnnnJinn. i veil n'llli tlia Tribunv OlTico is us niinl partment, all dew, AH' thorii in I'uiturs, 0 inls, lll.iiik-f, (Mrculnri, be cteeiitud nml bcnuli- lullv. Xor tint of C.'AHII MUST AlilJOMl'AXV AM. OltUCKS AiMruds nil nrilorn to T. __ KOKOMO. INI) OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Jliinilny of J Term 1 wools. I'lciiM UlWay hi lanu ttirm" I Iml., ML-..H tth Jonv DAVIS anil lili 1 1 OOlfNTV. KOKOMO, mill Ukp, AtkiibH'lellffnieiil'i (of Will wnti' noe.li. 0 MI'HIllV. liii.il liml fnC vv A Kitou. ATTORNEYS AT m. n ID f. J. W. KKKS. Sn holy 'da and (rue; 't'o uoe whose lore hum longer tin ell .More Ji e ply ll-se.l, more leenlv Tell, plcdgcil to TOIL" Ktch guest upgtartod al the u-firJ, And laid bin hand upua hid sn-nrd, With fufT-UisIiinf; ejo; Ami "We cruvo the namu 1'rouil Knight, of (Lia mot picrloaa dan W hose love TOU count 30 high." St. J.eon-pauscJ wou'd Not broatlio her naaio in Then twntfc'j miblehoad, ti To tliat tliu i Am) 'Rcntl'y saiJ, ".Nfy J The Excursion to Anderson. The Sundaj School Kxemsion Anderson, hfst Tliiii day, was a failm in a few moil) than two hundred taking part in it lYomilhib, cjty.c i't'lic expenses'weil- ibout sivty dollars moie than the ccipts. It witi gotten up in the inter- est of the M. K. Church but therfl f'ol. Tom hoi.sev- uoitli mie liioiiviiid dol- lars. Onci nj. "oospberrir-s variety 7C. phite 50 1.00 BIBLE'REVISION. Debate ill the 'House of Conimoos- i The subjoined 'briof ar tVoniyihc J.oiuloiij. Tiuie-Vv report o in Koine o ronnnbit-JTunc 4: II, tf> s-uriesaqlViir'ticle? on Die ahovc L1) Dcin- oi-ral. Htil puhlish- cd. when we ;i bj; ordtl-s i rs. will notilescnnf but will do the cdilouofdii'f PMovrat (he jjis- ice, to oay, ifwiH of liber-, ilifv on'his part thui feaggc'd' but' COhlrac'fdl -fiHthriclg'o, ia Kli poia- toes, Jjid w 1.00 i white on ions, ,-Jo Kli Carter, specimen pfo pl.mjj' '3J --jf LIU, vuiimma ui nnme of ploasuru 'J10 bcsteonnl) paper in' Indiana we will endeavor (o give 'iiiiinel-ous .the ......._ _. ould enteilain il'il did not a-Ercry mairiirhi, heart of heal U I ilr. liuvton to move- ifial an humble addres-, bo.presentetl to Her pruying-Uiai, s.he, would be graciously' p'lea'sod to Invite the Ties- ident'of the United State'? to concur with. Her .MnjCsly in'appointing Commissioners tw'ruvise the author- ized version of the Jlible. At the re- qnast of Her .Majostj's Gaycrnniesit, Avho Avishcd (o havc'moie'time for eoiisidcring the -mbject, ho had dc- fcrrad his'motion, which lib should olherwisq ch nn immense r H and inos'l'of ji'-ijlfpui VonUl ifumy of p'nr acnt- A I TVS' I.AJV llrst Momlnyu 111 Jinio, bor, Maroli; anil on Ilia sscaiii ia Ilonnl il. Ii. Mjrct.inil iliul S, Slrnttiin, trv. Court niuotK mi ituinLiur, DuCfin- lunilny m April .-.-INDIANA. M ill vnicticc in all tliu Coiirld in [hd Sink, Oflicu m Dr. lilotk. S. K Comer hi SOU lut. r 5IU.TUS -OIKi-crx nt' LUTIIBK S. OKAY U. 17. UaowM, 4'oiinly. ..............Auditor, ..............Olork, Trcaamur, >'IKI.P, Hch oo t'.xnwiiiicv. toino, I ml 4JIlj ol KoUuiuo J. W.'Coo'rM.1" A. A. JiH. F. ELi.lorr. K. A. Sl'KVKYllH. U. VAU.I. Ko- W.iyor. Trvnanrar. Clu'rlc. 1. Jnn oa, N. I'. Hichnioiiil, A. .1 Norton.-K. ,C. J.OJuli.: Tlioiit-iij Jaj-.'A. 0. W. I'ior.ion. AV. K, Witnl No. 1 AT'i'OUNKVS AT LAW, I'anliim'iHlock. S. K. cornor Public Sq j i lo WHOM IT AY CONORS: HIL- iinJoraifrncd ccrtil> il Y Ims pmctlced J. p "PHYSICIANS. A .SUUGKON, Kotcoiro, 'i.j 'I 1MIVSKHAN t-'u'j .....d-oftsl coiner iniblia j N. (illoiition tliaoujfcs ill (hi) Kyo ,-iml n'JJ I. C. Jonxsox, II. Wji.Hcorr: M. Hit- loifamlTijlur Si's. mul'I'uyl .y in one ticiimy inond lu'r to tliu puoplo of K'nkomn m re4- ponaiblo in that capiiclir. i M 0. l.iicy SlMinl.iiUj.h. i Mary, AikiiHon, Jlnrhv St.nlar. Hnrv I'ortcr, Wilkinson. M. A Amdo, Kilns, Miiry ait, s. J. Cnlvert. I.WIASSPOIIT, K-n., March IS. 1870. No. Si.. Kokomo. "Jvy u It tt ioriinatlemlanc he reasons but learn Ilieie th isualtlissalisfaetion. Tlyjie me al vajs, those lead of mt uhcn ofliei'sstaffil are no )ttl in Ihc lend get mad and op _ i ui the excursion N.I.S a "iPiii sue in the way ot :i good time foi iQso who wcnl. The people ,ieie, out with, C.ornel cominillcc-', io mccl our excursion and (he little folk-, of the Sunday Schools were in at the Public lo join ihosd from I his place. n short and rlegniil ad- dress of welcome. Itev. W. Wilson, of cily, re- sponded very beautifully. Ihuing Ihc Fi-nnklin, Kev. Jfr. Sp.uks. Mr. D. and others spoke Mr. X. Clark was mar- shal and madoihimself gonerfdly lite to Wildninn, and scores ol'othcr jjenllemcn were busv  giving n deserip- asks us tojiitmp Mye IJicm by Maine. __ The holly-hock; aud o'n; thadnwrrnn ;r 13 Ull KOJ.L, TIWV W V. JOtlM 'Ulty- improvlfig'aud .has 'improved he're'auff aitj'bliililiiig. Ji'JuctliQiisei the iasQo.-.jBesulcs'all'ihiii of so'spl'eiididiy localed.'.. '-It 7 east' df OJ wo pursue onlj fo sec il us; it isji frail, delicate blos- soni, invisible in the fi.iy parterre eel out oslenlalionslyjn its name, but anpenring'somelimos suddenly at our feel in the 'ordiuaiy highuny whore wo looked for weeds it i, little spirited cherub-, thai :ivoid> the of noisy showi, and all foi m of loud pietenlioiif, but in quiet hours slips ino our heartaml 6cts il beating with strong ecsl.icj. rrpiucditaletl pleasure is as impossible as preined- italeil5 wit.'-' "O'ne 'c.uniot' sit ami say, ill m.ikeii jest hecau- nolrisc up and "T wilTgoand Jiiul At this snniincr sea- son we all our (owns, nil onr flumin'or all our hotcK, all full of violent, seekers after pleasure. Men are. hmrving forJt sea-shore, pursuing it iip'Ahe inoiintains, tingling for it in the for it at the water- sailing forilon the rivers, rushing' tor it on the r.iihinys. f.i- tignlng Ih'cniselves almost, to dcriHi for-it everywhcreTiiid yet raicly finding it. lie is the happiest who knows how (o extract pleasure from the thousand little ,thing.', (hat lie tibout his daily and In the lain, in flic grass and the trees, in and in books, in old friends and in new in crowds find who knows how to note the shifting panorama of. life that carelessly o.'letshim change and contemplation, and does not imagine that.plcasurd'iiiusf. be sought nidi drum and with pomp nnd with boisterous expectation. Resolutions of .Respect.' A't'a regular meeting of Wiidmaii Lodge. Xo. 1. 0.' O. I'V, held at (heir uric 13th.. the following were minniinoiisly cd: H lias pleased an all- wise 1 roudcncc to remove Irani otir imdslonr well beloved brother, M A.'Fowler, Thai ihe Order has lost a worthy Brolhcr and the coamiuui- ty-.o. good citizen, wlio, though uith us.butn short limo, had made friends, who decplv his afflicted family. That'vc wear the rti i 11 ui uuio ti Ull ill IHH be acWptcd liy the thristian world) thai have evci wiillcn upon the sub- jccl. hold otii-sclve-f responsible for whatever e may write upon1 Mm sifbjert, and challenge ie.fnt.itioii: Truth can never Duller from while error depends- for its very on tlie nbsenee of ,11 knowledge of truth.- ,Thc woid Ilible is domed from the (.reek a book, and applied rtjnallj (o book. II dciuited the reed papj which in leaves or ;-heeU for writing. The i> of Anglo ftixon origin tuul lies put ily or evi-cllem e thci elbic. the woul, "Holy liiblc" ino.in Pure, ilxccillcntUoolc! name was giv- en (o (hecollcUion of writings held saciod by .md Christians in Ihc Jifth cenlury, by C'ln ysostom. pi'evioiis to which lime it had been called by various ".Sacred i-siiiN-j 01 TIII: nun K. The book before us in two di- visions: The Old .md Xcw, 10 has liccu applied Hie Icim, or bond, and used in both portions of the Bible tosignily pacf. or ihe condition; otVomimiuion man and (Jod. on; Kitsiov OK nir. Our J-'nglisli liimlc by King James M. of flroek and Hebrew A. D.JG11: whicli manuscripts, it i, claimed b> the. Christian orld.wei e (o mank'ind as ,i revelti- tion fi'fmi God. .ind conliiiii the only i-eliiblo inforiiialioii concerning the Divine iiiinition and reason being null and void when nol running parallel ith the leaching of tliis book. They, thercfoic, elaiiii for Ihc Bible complete ninslerv over the world, social, and po- lilicaj. These beingtuc cxtraordina- claims set up foi this book, by ils afh ocites, it behooves us, a, c.indid investigators, to examine the evi- dences and see whrlhei" ornnt the fads will Mi-tain such eonelmionu. JO Xaney fJntliridge, bocjiicr, round 23 Abignil Mpndeiihall, col. col. flowers. Jill _ J.tiO plaul.s, ii" uo Lucy A Johnson, honeysuckle. Kvelinp liodkcv, tl'ri. "Jf) i i -KIJ. coMi'mris.'i plum pie grocn pcfieh pie. 25 dried apple uie 25 25 s- .0 much e.'irlier jn UiV'cssion.and now perhaps he should be m'et Hritli the objection thai in the interval Convo- cation had' appointed n roiumitlec JJie end. ,of inonlhj cojumeuee rpviaiun of Ihc A'ersion, (hat, there- fore, 1( late t'orlier Maj- io Advance. The Secret of Thrift. The and main step toward ob- taining.! eoiupelencj of len, twenty or tlfty thousand dollars, is- (he secur- ing of one thoiistind; she chief dlrti-. cully in gelling the one thousand iu obtaining- the hundred, and keeping il. Hackneyed IhU way appear, it a fact th.il is ever new. and one (hut ever to be drum- med into iho eais of tlipxtiufrgliiiK niilltous work Imrd and look wiih siriining-vision, bin in the coming of plentiful day.-. Ami especially does this homely philoso- phy of wealth need io beeiiiphaMml ind impressed upon the young men ?f ibis generation, since Ihe pivva- ent tendency, now mori than over 'before, i-i for beginners or business life io adopt such a scale of personal and family expenditure must render grain or thrift impossi- ble. Thejouth of our lime-t-em likelv to forget thu e.isj circiim. stances in middle or iiHdire ago ure, tis a rule, pnlv to bo purchased .IT tho cost of rigid soil-denial iu "bp'scbcrry pic dried pcnch pie pie plant pio. raspberry pie 25 ddiibtedly, II seem lo Parliament tlm-.lhe ought (o be, taken as a n.ilion- nl at he an Jntei national undertaking1, and should according- ly be en I rusted to a i-oy.il commission instead of .1 com mi II ec of ,eonvoi-a- SK-. Nfincy Kcagini, loaf of yeaM i bread, ,Xauc.v licagim, pound ofbuller. 2nd pi'cmiiiin, Kveliuo lo'if of yeaM i bie.ul, 2nd 'premium, X) Kve-lims Hodkcv. loaf of fall m- ingbreul. I'-vehne Ifodkey, best Hi. biillci. I W i-KC. KS KM) JKU.IK.S. ,U. M.'irth.i Cirniilham.caiinuilpeaches i50 eajnicd grape.5. 50 ehi.-nipb, pipscrvps, 50 quince C'l.u mda MVPP! pieklei' plums. Clarinda gooseberry pre- t'l'i.pe preserves, gooseberry buliei.' 25 entrant butler, i peach butter. 25 plu in'butter, 25 grape jelly. apple jelly, 2.) gooseberry jelly. 2j fl pie plant 2j blackberry jelh, i25 iMSpbem 'jelly.' 2o plum jell j -.Nancy dntupridgp, can nod 30030 Iia Carter, ip-iple, sugar. Grace Leo, sample honey. oO LiudlevHolldwclljinapIc mola-sps oO Evelina Kodkey, quince jelly, 2u SKI Annie llower.piece work quill. 1.00 C'larinda Pil7or. eonntcrp.ine plo_in. .10 I.ida M'ehb. orminiPiital ueeille- work, r.. Lee, piece work   have stiw n, and the is. livo-o'l innke-shill, anxietv, failure. of Ihose who ave reallj vet (Ind theniselnes at (he noon of life wilh only (heir cll'oi is Imiweeit their families [mil v.am. could hu-i> n iu iiiou- lonifoiliilile had Ihey learned Iho thai the ke> lo u in ihe pmcliie of economy at Iho oulsot of lid-. Me w ho does'iioi be- gin io when he coimuc'ucs lifr forhiniscH will raid-, begin at all, for where not even tlic nnrlens of a fortune has boot early linn- Uv H-ill, aiVor a grow the income, and tin1 (wo keep abu'int fver.iflervvai-d. of (he ways in which nvn.i very mn.-ill MUM, ai-tiiiillv saved nml pill aside in caily life, -is a sionr fnlnie as (hcie: The Caving tin- t miii-r man Ihe among his' neighbors, and business ussocialc's of lieiiiy ciuv- Inl, lUigni mid piosperoiis. It gives him what i-i calleil a good i redil. it i-; accepted a  'lo ablc's (he mind to seeii-iith. The'sim- ple-record of minielcs- contained in the Bible not bcins: sniiicient to eon- yince the mind, look ehe- wheic for cvideiice.' There is nothing in 'our cons-nous or experimental knowledge or'Ihc objective World that justifies a.be- lief in miracles! II is .1 fact in the of the past lhal natural iihenoiiifHH, sudi i-, tho cbl ___i t> Kvclinc'Rodkey, specinipn ma- hiuc sew ing, Ilornadny. liainl sewing. .10 lolie Sioltei.i hair tidy, Sehoolej, map drawing, oO si 0. Dr. Ilititon, one horse v rn> it jiAMTvrTI-UV. Jlirjm C'oate, pair calf 1 00 lliiam Coate, pair kip hoots, 1.00 Hiram C'o'ale. pair stoga t ,50 Dr. IIiiUon, ?inglo harness. Xnney peck dried as to the Divine authenticity liiblc? stcr, that which elucidates a JurqdS Kokoma [I J 1 ?-_ L J J. 'vl .1 I A i.1 "lA WJI. B. SMITH. MogRpn K Kokowp.. i S HOLLOWBLL, x f j i, xi- i ,U CENSED AlHKTl OXEETJS. -rl v'f- prouiptlr lo Public' Sales 'an r- wlisro in thij or nBjoininR counlios U'ouMimt'orui ii ui rvuAuuiu uimt U prapired lodo all kindj of pltia find, finer ikn Give her t> at her room: on I i, two squares rreat of Fey. Office. (28-3m inglonously jlicJA Aiidei-soni w.ould AA.'TSJ ,J i learn .i. if V H I J T flt-Aiulerson, wnufc to 1iucl1'our.the ofa" c.istcrnVhe'bn'ys .ln the eve- M i.jn lUUtll badge Or mourning for HO Resolved, That thcic resolutions be published in the pity family of our'de- ceased lira (her. I Com.' E. GV LEAOJ1. Mfjj.'Fowlcrwas a quiet ing gentleman who gave close aiien- (ion-to 'his1 business whenever his health permitted. JIc had" that, de- ceptive, constantly-growing disease; consumption, and his death was noi unllookctl for by his friends fnrn. lie Reaves his family in iliongh not "affluent circumstances. The syinpalh'y'i5of- (he- entire'pfiblii: is wjth'tlle'-widow and her children. j ft t GoughTbllspf amau iii Xcw'Hamp- sftire who', hc'was about fo be maricdto'his fourth wife, aud the fycouple to i ,h F i w. -i inllit lmvc tncm onm' morning. yon know about it. Dr. usually it. i i !fKO, Hieni- 3olve3.4is> census officials, obtained lateljvft'om'a, farmer in IViscouein a !description-ijf his up a blank mortgage, and induced him to sijn the.instniment. natural pheaonieni, such is tho ebb and (low of rain, Lhtin- dei and earthquakes. eclipses, etc., etc.. were reg.iidcd.is phenomena sub- sequent -ciencc havedemonstr.ilcd (o be a result of puicly natiihiT pauses: hence, it is apparent that iho faithcr ivr> extend our of truth and sci- ence, the farther Ihc leaim of the mysterious and the supposed ulous iccede from iis. Therefore, it is but fair io conclude th.it in (he de- of great Future, all phe- nomena will be found to i-csult from the operation of natural M II VT TIII'OLOfll -HY. "The Old Tcstanieut wa, tmnsfa- tcd from copies Of com- piled by the Jewish Doctor? of the bchool of Tiberius, in the cen- tury, A. See. Gliddon'a Lepture, on Egypt, pp.. Ill, 112, 113. The originals of Uiaf compilaf ion are all lost, aud nolleb. Mss. arc more than 9CO years old hence, ihere are no original butoiilj-suppoi- ed copies cf -imposed LOSEY.' (To be' John Xewlin.best display last year's iriowfh. SF.C. vi-'otv1 S. J. Schoolev, best Ib.'stocking' 'ii S. best best pr bolt jeans. bait lla'n bolt satiiif I, bollcassimere. Annie llower. foot-stool, lamp iii.il, bend lanip niai, Liila walch Lula Webb, fancy pin cushion, Sidney Gordon, pair woolen niil- tcns, S-.J. balmoial bolt Lweed Maliiida p.ipcr stand cover.' Hit-am Conte, ladies cloth gaifcrt ACaUie Stotler, Sarjih llcalton, log cabin (inilf. Uv order of the Hoard. S. J.SCHOOLICY, I'M- Joiivsoy, f'oi-. '50 1.00 M ,30 .10 .10 ''.jO 50 1.00 Marriage Maxims. following max- ims" arc wfiithy of indn: Ihan a h.nsly reading. ITiiobaiuh need pass them by. I'm ihey tin; deoign- etl fur wives; and wivta sliouM not dispise them, thcynrr nddrosssd to lui A. talker, or" leplied 10 the above arti- cle iu the Kokomo Journal. We will review hi; reply iiPrUweekv JJ. Jt "The said an elderly' wife, "a man does not know how to straight en up He does nol know where to commence I don't der." '-ihat when God made Adnm he went right to work and made a woman io tell him what to do." The vcri ne.ircsl -to- d6- mcatic happiness on jsuth -u in the cultivation on both of absolute Never tallc at one another, either alone or in company. Never both be angry HI OIILC. Xever speak loud to' one another Unless the house is on fire. Let each one strive to yield thcof- tenest (o the wishes of the other. Xever tind fault unless itis perfect- ly certain that a fault has been com- mitted and always speak lovingly. Xcver iaunl with' a past mistake.' Neglect the whole world rftlher tharTone andthef. Xever niakea reriiark at the ex- pense of each othe'r; it. ja a Xever part fora dav wiihoul lov- ing word; to tfiink of rfuring absence. Xever wel- come. Xever let the suii go down npon any anger or grievance. Jet any fault com- mitted go br until yoii have frankly confessed itand Xever forgpt thi; happy of love. N'ever sigh what Inve bneu but. make the best of wlm j-.' Xever forget that marriage Is or- dained ofGod, and thathis bleStliig alone can make it what il.should ev- er be. Never let your hopes thbrl of the eternal home. this: It opiuioii of my honor- ably friend.' mid I do ilot iji ihe leaVI degrei- cdnlphnn'thal those who en- (eilain it' should argue it in this 1 louse, tli.il (his- work- will be bc.st jnitiutctl by public anil authoi- ity. we aie W the opposite opinion. [Hear, hear.] believe Ihe v ill be most siiV-ly, most salisi-u-lorily, mot! etleetuallj initia- led by those pUbrt- which' rannot to public authority. And why? If 1 may to' this fallncy runs Ihrough the inleresting speech of the hunoiabh? eceondod the motion. The honoiablogoulliuiuin and I think it is assumed also by my honorable it is in onr power, by .soiling to.work a cei lain critical .md acholar-jiki) in.u-liiiiery. to insure, at a E may siy, the 'ittainmcnl ol'n s.itisf.ictory result. iVi-'ilo not wish lobe bound bv iiu> such proposition. do not wisli to see a macJiinery initialed which will produce a rc-iilt having, ipsoj'ucto, prc-lensions to authority. believe (he wise i-oul ?e 1 lo a'l- low persons who aie willing io eii- this Held of jtibor lo.complctc ilieir work, but wo say tlmt work onghl to be subjeci to ih'e action of public opinion'. (ITc-ir. hear.] I (juitcngrce with the honor- able gentleman (hut if is most desira- ble that lay judgment, as well as cler- ical should bo passed up- on the and I, for one, ..s'hould leg ml with very gieat jealousy the appointment of any body, wliicli, howeici earcfullv wasj to devote iUelf (o this most dclic'.ite and imporlaiiL task, and wa- lo be enlitlcd ufierwaids'to s.jy, -There are the rcsultvofoiii non we expect you to accept them [Hr-ar, hear.] 'iiut I own I think thai, even if we were more inclined to adopt the general view of im honorable friend, there would be objec- tion to the method proposed by him of an invitation lo the I'resident of the L'nilcd States to concur with Her ifjijcst) in appointing cis to icvis" (lie version of the Bible, 'and. likewise I pose, ihc text oflho Xew Testament as well a- of the Old Testament :lnd the Apocrjpha. 1 am sine lh.it the President of ihe L'nJIecl Statcj, and the Kidli. who lills the oIlRCof dccictarv of State, woulfl rci-eivy with the ut- wc might make; but 1 think senli- mcnU of considerable surprise wo'd be excited in the mind of the i'reii- dent if he .were to be abruptly salu- ted some morning wilh scaled en- velope contain (his' request. [A langh.) Such an invitation would carry him a sphere 'from which 1 am afraid he is excluded almost by the vciy leilcr, corUiulv Jbrlhc gpir- it, of the Constitution o'f the .United Slates. I think my honorable fiiend would bd'wjlling to concur with 115 in rcconsidei ing that part of the sub- ject if it Averc only aj; that point we parted company-: bul-tf-? part com- pany wilh liimoii the {rcncral'princi- ple I liuyc described- The time may come when Uie now being ini- tiated, aud to, which we all wish suc- cess, may reach Micli'a state of ripc- ncss in their results thai these may bo accepted and improved by-the public; and thene my honorable friend, or possible .some member of the government, nM be in a condi- tion to slum" ami .skillful haiuN, is help. The laborer or Ihc mechanic who has- ,i few hundred dollais iu u bank, or in .1 i-ilcrest- beiiiing .sccurily. is a capitalist a- well as n workino mini, ami i.-, lo tc.ip.ihe ailviiii.agf- of his double capacity. I'm. mainly, the s.ivmg .md keeping of (ho lirst huiuli-cd or the Ill-it dollais the (o fuUirc success, iVoni the liicl lhal it builds up a businc-h fharactcr; il compels (he formation of hiibils of economy, and (hem for life ;il puts tho young worker on (he right road accnslotns him to keeping onl of d.-bf, diills him in the homely science of keeping his financial m.it'- (ceiling, nml builds up .1 granite determination lo force expense, be- low income. to justice, not l.y Uic knifu anil the vwonl )mt, by "nrreai h indinjr them over iu {he c ivil aiithtiritli-H for hiul is that the po.iceful min.iSL'inenl of the Quakers hns iiOL'trn a been given a fail ,isiu moat r.rdcnt Iriemh expouc'd. Considering the iinnivtii.ilile circuiiiniauces under whieh it was no one an- ttvipiti'.! tint n would lie HII inline- dulc and ontim rtulically the idem of onr iiihabiianis, red and whiles ami doinK with Iho in-. irc-.ii Of fuits nnd Mjhhurij.UesidfB Lin- ilia.ulv.int.ijrca would llu- pictciu in such an cxpctinu'iil had ihc active bitter opposition of the old tindcra aii'l h.dlan wliolnil fiitlcncd nml "i-ivvit riuh of Indian ti'otib- li'H fur lining long yearn.' The ar- looked at them coldly .mil alceii- thu i.lca liml tho only aigunient lit lot Hi.' i ndi m wn.- Um build niul the Hut Or l he (jniikou hsivu liml n y fmr shou their ,viH, and life on thu Inn.li'i lias been remleicd inOiu lol- tnuin In- >in tin, M idii An Aimless Life. I i-oiiimitled one- filial error in mv vonlh, dearly have 1 abided -My (empcramc't disposed me (o case to (hi- full I indulged Ihe dispo- silion. 1 said (o myself: -I have all dial I sen oilier-coiilciiding for: should I l knew not cm-sP lhal light.s on that never have to stinggle for mix thing 1 cirated lor myself a 'dclinile pur- .scientilic. arlistie, so- eial. political, no matter whnf, so there was something lo labor for and might have been happy, r fpi-l lale! The pow- er it OOIIP. Habits have become chain-. Through all Ihc years gone by. J acek vainly for so-nc- tnnig to rPiMPjuber with pride or PII lo dwell on Wilh I have thrown awf.y a life. I feel some limes, as if there' were noliiing re- maining worlh living for. l am an unhappy the. ilirak- ors. by Itobcrt Dale Owen. Thank f.'od. guilt never ra- (ionnl thing; II all Ihc f.uul- of the mind, il perverts (hem, it If.-ivc.s' a man no longei in Ihe free use of his iva-on ii put, C.ON. fusion. He has iccom-o (o -ilc and absurd for guin, !1S .ire user! lo in (he seal of judg- ment know liiii-e been thu cause of doiccflon of half ihc in ihe vforld. (Jod forbid (hat guilt felionld leave a man (he undNlurbed of his facilities. For gnilf never aiosc from n fine use of our r.ilionul so il is frequently -nbvcrs- Lvc- of them, fiod lorbid' th.i( p-u- dfiicc. the lir-tof .-ill (fie as i.-cll us the supreme fliclnior of (hem sill, should ever be employed in ihe services of any of Ihc virct. Xo.it takes (he lend, and h IKMCI- found where jin-IIce not acrom- panyii, and if evci it is atknipfed to biing it into the of viced, it immediately Mibverli Ihcii It tcmU to (heir disco vciy, .md. L hope mid finalIv, lo Ihcii ruin and dUlrn.-tinu. Iliu-ke. MIIU. Hiiij-rriucr"   iininbur of llu> AdvoiMteii hiarnvd and vt-ry iiiiclli. gpiil iirlide wiih (he. above Illlc, In which Im pi emmip .e  dollar to (he administration lo cam- on (he war, who was drawn upon bv uncle" in Virginia for "one him- dred thousand and ivho cor- responded wilh JamiM Wall with refercMce to the '-best kind of to use, and who went to Canada to hob-nob wilh Clemen 10. Clay and other rebel agcliU, should presiding officer a man who was a Major General in the army of the Sons of Liberty, a IWM who was arrested for high against JiU Government, and who escaped tjic [urolc not lo leave hL? county during the ancc of Ihc wur, or a I least fora specified time. Krotp all it :i ti IK; Convention held at Terre Haute yes- terday. It was worthy of Us nom- inee, and ils nominee irorihv of it. Will (lie voters of the Sixth ivfo crot-j a.r IJnmphrip.-i and Journal. The Revolution insists tlmifag- daien's seren devils wera maJes. In coiiclii'-ioii I would Hrs. "bub-.d-ibcr" ty go n lilllo tor tho tun-; ii. coming when Sexto ma- -oiir 'will cither in; by I h'-ir c'l.-iilcriJ or re-chartered by our and wu Imd belter nol be loo particular IT- tbfin id uar r (tirlr for J licve that thev fiioro -legal" record (hair n? "poor can. And finally, (lie aciihii'.-idiioiiH and onr Uro. against our Colored bi-othcr imwoin, Yours, 4. L'STICtU An Aincrfc.in traveler in (be government by seriously to Mount JIc idjji Jn; H-JII jDajfo aii-1 lay oul picaKtirc grbtiiidi upon Its rocky wldH, build hotels and on hiimmil, and help visitors up and down by inacliincry. To pay him for outJiiy, and a fortune he will charge a small admission fee-' from .ill who (n ftcp up owl nee ircll defined and j io "'part of an invasion of titan wwk" right A new groveJ of teen hiindred of opcneiK for Ciilifornb crs.   

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