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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - July 14, 1870, Kokomo, Indiana i f- i..' VOL. 18. KOKOMO, INDIANA. 5 RVERV THURSDAY rW A AT KOKOMO, IHD. TBTBUNI3 BUI UMNO, Corner ilulb ry and lUilrojJ Streets. or fa One Year iu Advancu I.-otlVidin Advance-.... ATTORNEYS AT LAW, II ji. ATTOUXK V AT J, A W, AND NOTARY" I'UIJMC. Office over Howard Drug Store KOKOMO, -JNJD. la berlain, it A.' or Oai spaco of ono 41; and iO eenta for ciicli nildilinnnl f.irthreo vvcelta. apaco. IIT. Imo. 2 mo. 3ino. 1 1 v'r I 50 lit OO.jlOOO 2 00 1500 t 00 1300 t 00 20 00 6 00 00 1000 yt oo no oo 1 00 llOOfl O Uoicrnor Cham lion. JI. 1 n2'J TJ iv. ATTORNEY' AT LAW ANS CI.AIU AQKMT, KOKOJ10, 1X01A.VA, Special ttlontmn given lo Collection', mi.l ihe of KsuUis and AI tlio abovo riles. RilTerlisoinonlu must Lake rancor tlic 'paper. For cJioiM locHliong. lifghcr rates will Lo charged. LeKnUdvorlisornoiila, Jl per squire 11 to tlio At tho rutca nninoil iu nbnro lallo It paid nro publisliod as news. pirlien who reftd a jiniil-for TIIIBUMS in- joiloil now'3 the parties aro part inii of fmniliea who clun'l pay for llie' ilolUr must accompany nolicu of it will not be inacrtoil. 'Joinincnicntiunn lo proinotu private interest bo for al Iho mlvorliiinf; Advcrliaomenta, uiilest the niimljcr of inser- tions ilo.-tircd is murkcd on tho copy, mil becun- tingd until onlorfd out, uncl repnlir rnlcfl, Edilonnl notices ISconts for ench lino. Koligiovia and KtlucatioiiAl ij.plicaliorint 'ho ollice, limy bu for at Ifiiror rates. .JOb moil t. Onnocloil with Ihu Tribune Ullico in neat jobbing department, al) now, dR lljoro Is in lii'j Stalo. I'osUrs, Unrdij, Ulanks, Circularji, ic., Ac.. CHII be executed spccilily iiml bc-iiuli. fully, for this kind of work CASH MUST AUOOMI'ANY At.L ORllESlS. Aildress nil nnlcri to TIIK TIUBUNK, KOKOMO. Also prosccutty, sncceasfullr, nil Claims tlie Govcrnrn'ent, Olficu oicr American Kipress odici. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, KOKOMO, IN'O. Otllca op corner I'ub uoaftu lic Sqii iro. jlP Attorney at tuul Notary Public. Kokorao, hul. Onico North si-Jo I'-iblic Srnmo in Iliunilico ormurlv occupied by II. Uoiinolt. practice in nil tlio C'nurUof oinl attontiou to colloctidns mid biisinoss at Administnlor. Ktoculor and (iiiirdian. vol -if UKCORI3KK OF COUNTY, Will ami t4ku .icki Dceilri. Jkc. IVraons deitlinp in Uenl Rsl tlieir iidrniidiuc to IIOWARO INJX 0. n, 1 it to If] TheScoidiJig Wife. There a cnuntrj- '.-ooeil n uiaiil, nCcly con laclcd tier liotnc, liom e, honi- Slie was acil in art, Arvl ghcsiolo a HUT Ir.i hoart; Unl tliii pretty tiulc diary ihc -.ra-i dutal. dumb. Slic toiiIJ kn't. site could sen, MIC could ami otic, could broir, cculd sweep Hie liuiif clian with troom, broom, brooti, She conlj card and .-.tio cnuM And ilo ino.il anything; Uui this pretty' litllu deary slitt wa-i duinli du'nb. dumb To Ih; doctor then ho Fur to in.tko [IM h WYS7c7ANSV Mnyor. M.irilml, Clerk. No. 1 2 ,i .1 3 ATTOUNKYS AT KOhOMO, INDIANA. nhi-tf. J. KHIN. J. ri.MHTT ATTV'rf AM) COUNSF.M.OliS AT LUV AM) NOTAUV KOKOMO, INDIANA- Will practice in nil tlio Courts i'i the Slalu. Ollico in Dr. J.uiius' lilock. S. K. illl.TON 'rxjtiuffju A: ATTOKiS'KYS AT LjU I'nnluin'.s curnur 1'uljlic KOKOMO. I'll WllOM IT M VV CbNCKilN- tlii> undcrsigni'd cerlifv lint .Mrs I'. tins succcsalnlly pmcficeil Midnirn> in lieinitv f.ir rucmu- iiiti-.d her to tlie peojilu of us pur.siblo in Ihat Clizabelli il Itc.i, C. Clyinrr. I.urv StiimluiUKli. Maty AtKinMun, .Mnn.i SUnlir, Mnry 1'orler, Wilkiiiiun, M. A. A man, Miiigurct KIIIJS, Mnry Wail, ,-J. J. Calvurt, i l.oo isiiroiiT, I Mured IS. IJisiilpiico .Vo M.irkot St., Kokomo. IMIYSIOIAN ft SURGKON, KOKOMO, OllJco over Pr.vdci; A; Co'< llanlmiru sloro inirlh-ciiat comer [mblic aqnsro. N. U. Special nttoulion given to ilisrastisul llio Kjru o n'J'J I. C. Jr.ii.sso.s, M. _ W'ii.Scorr. M.-D Cor. Mnin ionnnil anil Taylor Ht's. ycr I'ikillsou ixiiil t'of- lus at All .I A-N -SURGEON; I'M Will attend iliinu At ronsonablo iirict-3. Office ,fl. 15. Bhcnnan HoTfaeX? Street, Iho 'rmuijiv AND lo (JUroaiu Disc Ollicoono'dAoV hf Ollice.'' B" A. CLAT 'PI Li'SlOI A N. clut t.'.1 11' 1r -t- netriccii tn th R. I.. 0. 1UH.SB. KOKOMO MARINE WORKS. l kinds of American and HMinn HOTELS. O. L. l-'AULKXICU, Proprietor. KOKOMO, i.. DUNTAl, SUHGEON. Ollico over tho Hardware aloro of Armstrong, Nixim A Co., Enslsido Public Square, Koko- mo, tnilirtiiii. Allnjiernlion-t parloriucd in the buft iiiiMinor ami warranted. Giro him a if YOU first class n27 W.L.WINSLOW, DKNTAL SITRGKOX Soiilli-ivosl corner I'ublir utairs, Ivoknmo. Woi-lt lV DRUG STORES. In tlic mom And slu qm .Anil il milled in drum. Hurled begun to walk. And lier tunguj lo Oil! 1 fjiveniiythiiijr on earth if she iliinib, itvinib To the doctor !io jjuti. WnU his budom full ol" woei, -Suying. dociur, doctor. I'm iiu-l I'm nnduno For my u il'u sliu'a proved n scat 1, And liei cnn't hold. Oh! 1'u iiio any llniig on carlli if dumb, dumb, dumb. tho indeed, i Laic proved a fiieml in need; IIHTO cured your Ili.H was dumb, dumb, Itul it'i imsl ihe ,xrt of mm. I.uthinido the beat liucm. 'ur loimkoa scolding iroiniu licUlu-i I tongue. Dried-Apple Pies. 1 1 ullie! aljhoi! il.lost! tlunili like brOuJ, I like me.il, Ui iim iliinjj tlut'btiito (.MI; Hut nil poor grub buicAth tlio 'Ihu pooii-jl pi'j.s. (Jive iiiu or ei e-> In piufvieiK-e lo such tnul of 'I'lie dinner takci lii.s fiuit, 'lis bi'.taruml liRid lo boot; Tiny llieliuiN to intku And don't t iko hill llu Miff oil' Then on a dlily cuid tlicj 'K' Anil soiiu Ai.dllicrc tlni ii lOuat tor Iliei Unt'l Iliej 'ro ie.iilj mtvkv (MIS Tie.idon iiij LOniN.ni tell IIM liitl Uun't pisjj me dried-. ipple [IIL-.-. A Morning Subject. lo bt.il .ind loin) Ktiiuwu tn stupid mil IriiL'ii-il vyen A Inter writor observe- thai would llirivi- must -o tlu> tliotiirli lliovc i> I'IOIT i-liyinc than rc-.-isoti iu it: Ibi- if llu who'd ilinve must nao at Ino, it JblluM" He who'd thrive inmo i at four, .-Hid it iiisiu'i- !i i-oiisCfiueiKc1 tluii lie nho'd more tinning be Must lone Ins bed n( turn of tine-.'. And Liter out-do. louse him nt at Inn, by "My of to it sill, il slmnld bo huld thai Mi-nho'd ueiir be niit-ilonr. Mint ,is soon ni one, I'.itt HIP would hi1. lie lio'd llnui .ah belt of ill. Should noiei nl all. Growing: Trade- [C'nitiniiud.] llir.nll Hi n or Klt.VNK V. IMJJ.VS AVOIDS. VTA i> j s-roncu. PAKNALL, SCOTL'ON CO., Keep eunsUiutty on h'liuls full slock of Sj ISEodiciiics IKTXD. L. II. 1IILLIS, Xo. 12, N'ottli side I'ublic Squ.n-e, Kokomo, Ind., Jlnnu- fccturer nnd Dealer in t'nddlos 'iniil Kvorylhmjt this lino lud al my shop ftu S3 refison.iblo ternn us nt nny point in this purl oftho Slate. Carriage TriiiiBsiiWrTj neatly and promptly. done lo order. H. HII.US. Deo. 21, 1563. HARDWARE. A Wholesale Dealers in 'HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
lard, straits', bank-, resin, wool and innnur's. lie i- not only .1 dc.ilt-r bin a m.inuf.ict'.ucr well. uilc grease and lOint! of prepared in ihc city. One o! his i.- wool oil. he cl.iiiii- Ihat this oil will washout not leave colo." or ihc fines! fabiie. .-Viuthei -.pcci'iiity is his biir-Ttijig oils It i- .-aid thaflaige (jliantilic- of llifi arc now iiicd, sits made the I'l-iiiliiinn or of ;'0fil oil_. and rompar.Uiveiy worlhle--. air. JJoyd that a, Jif in.iiiul'.ie- (nre- iiis oivn liibru.iliiig'OilJ that ho will guarantee them null all sold at his r.-tiiblishiHciit, and if, not Us' pnr- ,ui ictnni ihent and hi will pay all incurred. 'I he fol- lowing note fioluflie propiiclrn--of the JlachiiK- al Ir- -how hov, in'i "il- are regarded at home. They -.iyj- have your Uanm-r Lu- bric.itiiii: Oil on our nurhinery v, here our speed from 20 lo .JOOO re- volutions per inimile. The oil h.is i Hirer hefitvd a journal or bparintr: it U'entirely Tree Irom gum o1 yit; not chill, and is practically liie oil iu1 1me ever used." Coming fioin ini'ii who ii-ed oils lor man) lhiiape.ik> mort tli.in all WfooiiU say. lint, jierhnp'-. for in lo dwell at iciiijtli upon any one of Mr. JJoyd'-s ani-.'Jcs would he doing injustice to the variot. of arti- elrs in which he deal-. We will Ihereloie content uM'-'-lve-! b) si i- tiiiglli.it in addition lo v.-irloi.'v kind- of oiU. he K ptepaud to ;i j Tte Sible Discussioji. T.'u 3 law of llie Uiblu wli'ch we rto nolendurseal aj. .in'l we Jeclin- He now cnnioj nitli ihcta and offers their 13 Vi'niHi a nun has liJ aaich failh us lo du ilia: we tot'llliitit wauMlic nakinJ nol wallow him I'lC spAeo- bj- us bis .irlic! cs arc to be replir! I 10 but wo, in 110 luinncr. the Cll-aiofl Are tho-BooJtspf the Bible of Human or Binne. Origin. on cur second ,ir- iclqj w t' willliotire -omc of the ob- ject ions offerer} by Khler Walker in reply fo'duv tirJt.. Eldel-" W. ''Would it not be wull lor us lidoolc our ivsoiir. ens before c.nb.U'king in tliu terrible we have, and I'md ihi'iu giiflieienl to o'ver- thc ncctimuliitod ccl Iriih fovniprr llian tiro thous.iu'd yoi' nnd 1111- OH: pido wo not who, is o a urc gsni'. 50 loiijyas we are right. ask, "Would not "liomfiniMj give MJ .i he ivy light ovcir iho Oona after liie victory ovor King atid Ihe Septimgiiithiid been Von hid better keep jour powder dry. Klder. for allow 'us to enlighten you that tlie Dona wn- 1nkcn "from 'the L.itin Vulaiile mid that wu-> litki'u from the >pptu.iL'inl. -o when '-nur Ifiumph" i- ovi1 you, Old Jiom.ini-.in ami all tum- ble inio the, sni'uc tliieli. So the '-laugh of the grcui ciilainity" may nu'ige into a luoad grjii on cide of your t'.ici.-. You a-k if we havf read (he Ko- f.m. niiswcf ye-; and have had it for lirtecii jintv nL mid I'm itnliglilen ngiiin mil oulj W ilie Jvoian but ;iuj and every .iJible mid i-ighi here, le.illirm ihorc JJiblc on earth tlinl does- uot-cliiiin for offyiii Tlie Jji'iuuiu ISlblcs, idiO Uninin, llic Kjiniuyn- Jlindoo IJible. M.iliub.irul. llimloo Biljle--. I'it1 Put.'in- or I'ooi- Hindoo, Hermes' Kuyptiaii HibUs, Ch.ildonu and nions .liividiin of Sy v.irioty of grades of k-ad and paint, j .lnvidau ol toyrui, We might 1-nl.irg.? upon his I'nre. JSaiinei-and Champion Lead-. Ktt'li' Kill we ii ill -inle that he ha- wak.im, the T.uuuk'.i, them. He ha1- Ihe (Jration Min- eral Paint. :d-o lii.ip.deu ioloi-. His eoloied puiiii., jio i- prejiared to in .1 In ad- dition lo all tin-e. he a urielx of S'.irui-lie- the qiialily of lie gli iranii'i v., 'Von- clo-iiiL; liele we will ,-pciJ. of ut oil c.iii-, ,uid combined, which Mr. Hoyd i- ri' ijly a valiiitblc article lo ret ind i.s a grent lahor-s'ivci. Ii IIUMS- urcs the lluid ;is il pumpL-d out. and the can be del tched in 01- dcr lo pump from Ihe b.iircl. it i- m.ide of galvanized iron and i-i ai1- raugcil with a M orking on protecih it Irom (he dirt. Mr. d has ettended liis oi'cr thi.s Slate, and into nd- oining >o lli.it it luis incre.ii- cd thice-fokl in the l.itl ye.ir. Girl's Voices. I'litii.nn's -M.-igiixine, for Jiint', hu-- tiii-; -iiuoiig its Do our u omen knou v.'h d il i- Unit strikes one who 1m- boon ;iv. ,iy from ULD country fora time the >bl on hi-, It ii not tlLcir which for regularity uf uulline, and delic.i- and fre-hncss of linJ, aie inisjii- .-ed. indeed are not equalled bv any thing one see .ire not, .ire pitched in too high a key. rjuim limes they come th.'ongh the T. a real deal more than is '1'liey have a melalic ring or at least a ready (jtiality, like the lo.c Jnnii'tiut ol the organ--, nnd not thai soil, low and gentle quality Shuk-peore proclaimed -o ''excellent in woman." Climate ha-, no doubt, a great deal to do v, ith this result, for the fault most perecptnblc at the North nnd and pertepable al the .South: but ha- quite much lo do with it. Our uid teacher.-, we -suapocl. do not take ..inch lo (lain their children and pupil- into good habits of cniin- ci.uiou. Thcv are c.itvfullv taught to sing, but they are not carcliill> taught to rcadaiul Vet morV than half the charm of all social iu- depends upon the aTeecn- u-c of llie voice. Ilowrcjml.-iM; when one lo-t ia admiration of a beautiful i'-u e and a noble lig- ure, to he-ir their mouth open like the grating of a hiiiire, or Ihe -qu iwk of a guinea How when it opens Avith the -vveet thrill of a tlute, or wilh the wru-Mo of birds, or with that dcop. lieh. mcl- -ympatlietic no other in.-ivmnent but fie human throat ever attains The Boy aud the Bricks. A bov.heariug hU father a poor rule th.it would no: work both N said "If father applies thi- riite about hi> work, f will !e-l it jn play." ,-o -L'tiing tip a row o1.' bricks three or lour inches apart, he tipped over tin1 first, which striking the second, caused it to fall on the third, whii-h overturned the fourth and so on through the whole coiir-f. until all the bricks lay prostutif. said the boy. "each brick h.is knocked down his neighbor which stood next to him: I only tip- ped one. Xow 1 will raise one. and see if he will rabe hi-s neighbor. 1 will sec if nii-iug one will r.ii-e all the lie looked in vr.iii to sec them ri-e. said he. 'MS a poor niltt: 'twill not .work both ways. They knock each other butiviil not raiiC e.ich other up.' ".My son." said the fathciv bricks and mankind arc alike, made ofel.iv, in-knocking-aieh-otber down, tf DRESSMAKEE, .3. inform tho lidies of KoSoinp Aner It is at her TO.IUIS en JI nl berry 1 'f, alrosV west ofPoslOllice. r.bovc tho general shipping but not to other Tlie fittlicr then i-.dilcd tlie follow- ing "Wliea men love compa- ny but when ihcy'rise they like to stand alouc.'HUe'.ybndpv .brick, ,-aail scc.otJtcrsAiro'slrntc arid fall below or if.Kitioi-, K'lliolokUum, Ih, Yekim (Thibet in ot Vitjur Ki-t India liibh-. Hiawalb.', (ho American liuU.ius' liiblo, ihe the Atlieni.iiis So- phi Ibriluim by nan lUble, the IVOIMII. 15ible. and the .lurii-ii- lem jiid Ionian T.dmuiid, coti- slilutiug Jhe or .Jewish IM- ble :ind lite I't-.-tameiit. Allot' these, ami -ivloch dilleu-nti ciucitied SivioK- :.re iliimec! wilhiit them, elain; mir.-iculou- orJgjn. The Klder Imil lu-lter eilher himself or iiiaiutaiu u prtideiu "-Heiico oil (lie mirai le lu er to his dechii'.'iiio'i that, TvJriliiiuiel (l.iimed uolliiug iniiactl- ;n his c.isp. we would if it ould be consiileuid mir.ii'iilous for i man lo riiiu y.u a-s to Jlcavcnand back in one leaie hi- lool- Wlder aho'd know, if lie read tht Look, Ihal Alohaiuijt claimed that it ull mii-aculoitsly given :h.lt he fiom Ile.iv eu by rj'ho ICldor of our of oppoiing ihe Chrisuau religion i'leiilical with that ot "ilicroUut (Hi In tliH i deplor.ible iguormee oi'the a-s 11 lerock's lived mot-f iliau three liuiulvcd years prior io [he clii-i-lian era. How then could lie oppose a religion OL v. Inch he had I'ever heard. Xo, our method i- ihc only which rror cun be -nece-ffiilly combat led thai of oppo-iug it with (mill nnd -cience. The man that llu- Ishlur p( iiaking the big jump says he did tell the Klder he was- trjing lo aoi cve.u with him who had lold him about riding on Ihc (ail of com- thro' a wondrous- space, and I'IIL; his whole library around (ho room and us he (Walker) avers, "no onu was touching it." We rumeni- bcrdbliiKlIy thai the Klder call- ed "half ciacki d" a few ycu> since for relating wh.it he called -'uon- tlerfiil spiritual Re- member, liiend Walker, that. lerfnl thing-; arc not of nece.-siiy ini- raenlou- (liing-. 'Twii- (nine won- ih-rfnl (o see' .1 chri-tiaii mini-lcr eh.uiiig hi- library around the room but not al all .Judging fioin the blunder- the Elder 1011- both in hi-tory andscience. one would -uppo-e he H cha-ing his library mil ha- never qir-ceeded in catching il. The evidence of a mil tide. 3tr. Walkei. is in ii- il.aracier. Ve5, Ijuf miforluiiately thomirack- of the JSibk-or any other miracle nre like many Clni-tian mini-ler-, tilteriy ofsud ingredient. Agrsifi lie do you apprehend nothins you comprehend er that a mi'raele could neithni he npprelirndrd nor comprehended. for it would be bejond the limit of human ratiocinaiion. -Analogy M oidd iheiniinitc.divi-ibiliiy of mailer ii all .1 lie." "Xot at all: (hen no one so a; nof to compre- iul Ihe iniriniory of the rel- :iiivo divi.-ibilily of matter for that. be a natural beinir sniierunlnral there can bn no pos-ibie analrtiry be- tivorn ihrm and any tliinur WL hope the il! bo ;o kind :-elo iavor i ttnr.i' analogy" in yon vf-pudi.itf- all history'-" We rej'iuiiitc' all that rc- eord? 9iipr-riiiitiir.il Indeed, wet with the yelling and outcries of tho damned in llaines, the .shall be sinothcied -were with bi-ini-jtone, ihe tongue, the hand, the- foot, and evoty part shall fry in flame-. An cvnnjfclicnl catching' this Ii cry inspiration. lhn-> di'fribce the scene "Vr'henaainiwiJaiijili O'n ib'xi.' Chant UK load iMl'clujatfi to tluir God, l.ool. down on biniieri imbc ivalms of noe, Aai driw fresh p'casur.1 Irom lUo scent, bclcvv." riuiinoii- was aiouud orthodox man. In Xo. W of hia VoUirac of gerjnoi.s. he says: liappihcii ot the elect in hc.'ivcn will in part con-i-t jn ivitiicssinjf the tonnent ol ihe diriincd iii hull, and among may be their children, parent-, husbands, wive? and on earth." Oh blessed rcJigior. Oh diiiiic what lootl for thy hun- who been feeding upon tlie dry of fjpiritimlijm an'd been uuglit to buiicve iu it heaven. sc monotony is i inspiring 'ceiic1-'. ItKKD LO tin relieved by be Cwtinucd} Olive Lozaii is a little deaf. At Madison, ifliile at the hotel, callt-d on by nameroua admiruro, of the stenier'et'X. They hjid been talk ITIK about children, and branched 'off into ulkiug about pdoplesagt-j. mnuftef Keyce Olive how children s'hc- :iie bad her age. iiir.Ucs .istve a happy of doinjriiunfrs. TJicy of Alexa'tidti-in Libt-iry; ii. would be but a human pfoducrion. In proof of this, look at the frvrjUQnt refer- ence? to lost book? m fiuihorif aod for fuller information on the raatters discussed. "The Books of the gentr- hip iu t' a junk- nnd bound the ilfasp ing crcvr, .icd then starched, the vca.- scf uudiitarbed. After Ibey lii'a se- cured a" rich booty, (hey bade -vrcll to the captain and flic men. a shook hands with them cordially. Josh, Billing1 Slips of th Pen. The wisest about a mtin i hi? don't im prove if. If you '.vsnil to find mil (he ruliiiL, ov a !edc him high oi it so wiih munkind. a irineral ruh-. the best i tiim. vcail like guiili'-boird- lo the gratu city, ;uid Million! ihi-uiji silent ineiiny woiiM ('ike iLo ro.ul, i people (ravel to id1 and be seen; but tocompair i'ools uretflling u ask if he itiu't a dead beat? ihorea -ingle iiuthuii wv hi? nulur, .ip (o d-ile, Ilial you lake the hal- :ci ov civil l.iw Oil' tViim and (inn it out lo grass-? Will; up in llu- morning', to n >'ii (nous man, ii (he Mime thins born again. "Xcrcssilx thu mother of inven- and I'.dton Wrk'hi (lie t'HllOl'. It dun good tow hear :i poor jnitc whinner in lay. J. glid.l hero one sUioi. no-is jn Xciv Vprkeiiy lienrl wasn't dead Death is tin- only ihinu in Ihi- life certain, and' won thai aju't al- ways a s.ifu investment. Humor a without a ionic and lives iijion whal it Icon >ick up. The viclorjs ,lor mankind hat hav ever won have bin won iy the rod nn'tl tht kntMcl-in. Tljo lion and ihb Innib may lj'huiuiiiiic hiy down in this world togelhoi1 1'v1 r iDi'mits, bul when Die 10 git up, the Innib is Ch.i-iiiy like nniuh frost makes i( more brittle. Vhicw, baiked up by eoiirngc., jr. the, peiTeKshun of liuinan luttn-ii. I lon'l recoil men-y ;ior pity alw iiiiui.'g (he Ihcy are often labk ij I'.'ikne.se.-.. (he square tool ov thc'Virtcw-j. J wouldn't havp ennv nor tote out for rubbishy 1 have a'man think because he inell-- at thoanguMi of Llie Ihat it sirluw dial iiiU hi.ii. Haehelor? bi-aggin' of heir I'lecdom freeilini, to diim their own "tockinps-niul tlioirown -bin-. I had 'ratlier bo n widower oiioc in-lM rcghir Ilian. lobe old hair-iiycd baulielor oulv'Oy The thai I can tVmkof now Israel oi'liilling1-- k'- Uc dried up n ncv. niiloh cow ii) WJIh'iiig her and pbintod iin iwiv, ol last '-pryig in ono hill, lie IS yc'ivrr old. nnd liain't had (he he Itav. fil- bin lii lazy to ketch' them. His boy died when he wn J.S year.-, old in urui-ing a corn lield the jitinkiii vine- took after him. and him lo deaih. In one of the' cddio, of moralising in White (he author -ays Tor my ott'n parr, J iilways btj- lievc there ii more pood tione in (lie world bj- >-onic ppojjji; whose never jret into prinl. exeopt on then byahynro- re--cd philanthropist that inn rrcr born. Vw one thing, lililc charitie.'! aljv.iji brivd, and grcit oiif- but seldom. IfFM-onti'd to .start an or a hospital, I Mould not set out. In uiinoiiiifiing1 some great (.wolling subscription tint v.-ould fiighten a way .-hilling- ami ]H-nrc, or give them dcteiitcx- ftusu for thinking tlie' were notm'cd The Art of One of the best inodes of improv- ing in the art of thinking, is to think over sonic subject before sou think upon il, and to observe after what manner it has occurred to the initiil of somegrojit You will Shen observe whetht'i- you have bfon too r.tjli or too tiuuvi, whiU you Iwve omitted and in yon e-ceeeded, and by thi o iheir knowl- edge beaulifuHy -.i'ul ihe gfiieitd truth 'at any timchiig. grsts all the partlciil.ir, eveuiplillca- or nny particular exeinpHilcn- lion at once le.-uls to tho general i.-is nit immense, nnd decided superi- ority over ihos-ij confused heads in which one fact is piled upon anoth- er ilieUv.sl attempt, ai olns- mid .-irmiiyenu-nt. tfome men ahvays vend with ft pen in theil liiiiul. nnd cdiiinnl to any new ihonghi wliieh striken them others 10 i-hnni-f for it.s icappe.irancc. ot'llie-f is the bo.l movhod in the conduct of the understanding, nii.-l, I suppose. depL-n.i u great deal upon the particular in lue.siion. Some men ean do no'.hing propirrtliou; otlici-s little il sonii; nro Mark Twain. In rt memoir of Henjnmin 1'r.ink- In, in (ho Ci'alavy. Mnrk Twain "What an iidroil old iidventuiev he Rii'ijecl of nieiiinii1 Mils'! In lo gel a chiinre io lly his Vile >n .Sunday, he dsed lo hang a key on he string am) lei on lu be ll.ibing 'or lighining. "lie inxented u slove (hut would moke your 'ni-ini oil'in four lioins by ho clock. One can tee ihe ftlino.st le.vili-h b.itisfaetion he tonk in it, by it his "He was always proud of tilling >w lie MIC, tiniti, with nothing in ihe world ml two in ins pockoi and bur rolls of broad under his tut, re illy, when you come to exani- ne it crilieiillv. it Any- )0ily could have doneil. 'li'ranliiiu said once, in one of Hig.hU of 'Eii-ly lolicil anJ farly lu riso Mnlti H rain I'Dnliby, o'c.iltliy if il >VOIT nny object to a boj lo )i> mid v.'ealihy mid wise pis Tlie .sorrow ihul maxim i cost me, through inv jiarenlsei- )eriiiiiiiiting on me ivitli it, longue 'anuot loll. The legitimate risult ny prc.senl .slate of general debilih, licence and niendil My piirenls. used to have me up be- iireuiiie. o'clock in llu; morning, when I was a boy. If hey had let me take my nalui'al rest A here wnnld I h.-ive been Keeping store, no doubt, nnd respee- by all.1' Ago of Vegetables. The aperies of vegetables we now cultivate have been rais-ed and eaten for ccntdi-ie.s. Kve.ii before IheChris- :inn era many of them were in use. Lc'.incc lias been used al the table 'oi' (hoii'-riiids of ycivvs. llerodltin ells us Hint il was served at the roy- il labli? cciiljjncs before the Chris- tian era, nnd onopf the noble liuni- ies of Rome derived ilb name from his plant. Spinach, asparagus ami celery linve ji'cu cutlivaled mid eaten uniong the ICnstcni for thousands .of I'cai.s. took Ihe'mustard ;-ccd is tnc of n parable showing il WIL> c-locmed among the ed. Yon always 'find that i luiions supportrdhy n great number of -mall are more nour- ishing and wealthy than which (lepe.idon the wealthy few. There is move in ihe giving than in the gift. And it with kiml- A mnn of Miuhli and k-i.iurc may 'pciid hi-, whoh1 lijV.- Jtvp( or three after irtnigb !i whicli read "Dear wife, I now send rue my thin clothes.'" t A 'lliindoo not. even with ii flower, a she ha1-' a thousand fanlts." Jjfatlijshcs w.erp and grown bj were pile rod at Apollo'-i shrine wroiighLjii precious met nl K. l 1'ai'aiiips were- raised nnd brought from' Ihc llhiue to add lo Ihc luxu- ries tables. were e-tocmed almost e-cn- ago, ami earrotfl were in such repute in Quceii reign, Ihnjt Ihc ladies of her court adorned Ilipjr livjrt' slrnelnres of false hair w iLh tlieir leathery 1ltas tit wcic very rare, umi wuru jUpovrrd Irom Hol- land ns n groat tlolI.Mcy. bruits wore in great repute iimong the '1'he curi-ent was cnliivated centu- ries and 'was called Corinthian grape. in his eliarming diary, >pcakf.bfhis berries fttCorinth.heii'cr! tbe natno of currants. The Ditmson plum v.-as oxlensivc- ly cultivalpd nf wiicncc its name. chnrrv came, from Crohiis, a of and the dclicioiu peach, king of frnilf, was first known in IVrsia. The riuinco, was a holy fruit dedi- cated (o tlie goddess of and wad called fjydoni.'in apple. Pears arc as ancicnl as apples and avc mentioned among the fruit-. (iiapcE irere known nt a very re- mote period, and arc often ed in the Bible. The Editor. 'Ihe editor gcqiU'iiHy he is ready to recoivo vi.i- tors.it all Any man who hasn't finylliing else to do, can run in 'for un'hour or two, talk of the wr.-ithoiv the crops, his wife and chil- dren. It don't make any difl'crciicr; n hat tho editor doing. Oo for liiin. Give him your idea of what the par- ty policy hliould he. and tell him Urn p'any to tJie devil ifhe don't do A'K >ou ailvjfec. If In; huppc-nfi to 'he rending pi oof,
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