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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - July 28, 1870, Kokomo, Indiana                               RiBUNE. THUUSDAY, JULY 28, 1870- NO. 39 KOKOMO TRIBUNE, I Ulll.ISIIKD KBV TIIUKSDA V BY AOP-KOKOMO, OI'FIOK IS T1UJ3UN.K BUIJ.JO1NO, Corner Mulb ry and Slncls. 1-fi One Vcar In Advance II Koll'iiiiliii Ailvnaco jndi ono cok ATTORNEYS; A I 4, fJI. I T T O IMIJ-: YJT A T i V" Office over'Howard Store, toJIu Ljccllcnejr, (loitrnor Clmii- berliiiO Hon. Kugcnc Jlnh, M. 0.. p'aahinglon, i) C n-'O LAW j s ANW '_, .KOKOMO', INDIANA. Lfr-i- to vdllecttnng, and Hie selttemoiH1 of Kstnlea and Atsd 'clnjsiM ot Claims apiinal the Oorcrnnicnt, Oflico over American Btpn.Hi office DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION A Til IN Nomination of U. 'Movoau- Illi I lUtliOll U ot me Atllio rates, lulusrlisomonla imiallnko ilia run of lUe niyor- fur choice Inciilions higher rraos will bo oh rii punt (iaJyui Duullia uro'publHluxl Martinson lw- iwvon iwrtfoswlio   all tho Coiitfj irtNllni 'State {OOIcu In Or Jainus'Ulixk, Hj: PCIIIILTO! 'JIITIIVRJ UFTI i .1 i u..i .-.._ 1 ATTOU'NKVS AT LAW. I'nrtluin'rt lllock, N. 1'nbliL Scjuaro f I A. Juries. J. A. A I jNorlcm, I'.. C. Loach, A. V- A Ploraon.-W.-K. No. I i. 3 4-01. IMIYHKJIAN .V SUUC.KON, KOKOMO, 1MD. i- M: "'bftSibver lUrdttftro itore nofiK-ennt'corinir niiblio N. Jtfcoiilntiontioni'iTo tl'is Kyoliud Surgery Keiidonee: Oor. I Wo lliu wttifyitlml J'ra I'. liiw siicouflninlly ii'iivcticed in ovii- oltfvon yenrs. niul wu rocoiu- ilioml lior to.tliu.jlKMHilu of KoViimn lu.s- Tinaihlo in Uiftt KliinUotli M Ken. l.yilia i liuoy Mary Atkliidon, Murin Stnntar. Mary I'orlor, 7 M. A. AiiiAa, MarK'arbt'Kuh't, j Mnry Wait, S..I. (Jnlrort. l.utiAbaroHT, IND., March IH. 1870. J Ite.HUIoncaKo. "21 Alarkot St., Ki.konm. ,_ L i HOTELS. in iMi r'l t ir.tJ n.. j L JL VJJi V J- >-i VX v Ti F? I toWtf t" 5- V PAUCKNRU, Propiitlor. jOllXji.., FAULKNER, Cl.KKK L' On I'rrday last, the d.iy ol llu- that is ahvajs selected for any inclnnthol} unde l.ikincf, a few of the tew'Deinoci.ils of this disdicl Arnialiong'shnll. in lliKcily, to nominate a man to be In-atcn two or-lili-eo _ b) HOM. A daj or t wo before, llicill lbfif.il ion n lived Irom II im ludeil Morcau, Dr. Mock, an illiteifilc fd- tow aiid.oiic or olhei N'o gen Hem.m Kiiou, u aipoug the Democrats, was Mi. Aloie.in nuiili- his hp.idtinartcii til lhcthhci ninii and there bounlil'ul- ,lyj ciilerlniticil hi> l'i icmK and Tlic'ie wcie an avcr.igi-of .four pel .sons here fiom e.itli u! the 'seven coiinlies ,.ibout one hun- dred ami Ilowaid in nlU'iidruifc al llui hall making the lolfil iininhcr This ia nJjjjf Of-tinifile. nioic uoled men, livu- wuic, li y. Alvoul, Cliaiiinan of llic Democnilic ytale G'cntial Committee- nnd Mr., Itibbcn, of the D.iilv Senliucl; McbMs. Dnlton, J. L. Mitcholl and cililoi of T.'ei u Mc'sis. Knowltoti, Nash, I5d- lilakc- uiorc, ol Dr. Loop, of plcaianl war incmnvv, and C'-iplaiu Bropliy.lof Scolt AriiUlu-kiig, lidilQi and'Al Tt-itscl'a'iWl Jcvcnii'ilr'Crolly, oi'No- Tin- nltl of ird neicoii Iraud i h. Soon Tlter ten o'tlocK, t! Alagco, Ed i lor of the Logan-port 1'liaios, Ihe ol Mr. S. A. Hall, deceas- ed, who wns Chaiiman' of the Con- gi-e-sion il L'oiiimillc't', called the couvonliyn to order. Judge Loiijfh- ridgc, Fililov ol Ihe I'eru Sentinel, chosen Chairman. jMcssrs..C. Knowllon, of Mr. Dutton, of Miami ,md Mr. M. I'.ell of llo-v- ippoinled lo conduct the Piesidcnt to the chair. Mi, Knowl- ton 'L'Jie. X-'residont spokti hrielly thank- ing Ihe Convention foi Hie honor, i-xpi ossinp sorrow that nol fill! on a more worlhy person, nsk'iiig cluvrity for errors and slating as mammoth joke that the conven- tion intended to nominate niin nnd Ihon elect him Majoiilic-s, he slid, did not cliM outage Demoi nt3. (We DENTISTRY. of M.niic. lie sand a? tiMgical a-, il he lajing Forest's Gladiator..He promised logo upon every are he.viid, -there will I he and in many placc-i beic they arc not." lie urged and pioin- that he would -urcly be the next member of Congress. Jn conclusion hcaskcdciich Democrat lo go home and a firc-binnd iujiis com- niunilv. -Nfany of them looked as ifthoy would become that at any lime if a inildi weic touched to IllClll, Threeehccra were then given for the nominee and three for Again the liolleiing wns good. Dem- oci.iLs a'-e a .success when it to Their throats big. That is Ihe i-iMson why wliiaky gurgles down then- tlnoalfl as if it were poured into a crawfish hole. The following persons, were ap- pointed :i CongiCjMonal .Central Comniiltcc: JudjjO Loughridgc, of Miami, chaiim.in; M.Trissell, ofllamil- lon; J.l! P.inla, oi Tiptou; Jap. Tnijpiit, oj Howard; II. ilagcc, ot'CassjiiK. Kitch, offlianl; 15.15. Campbell, of Madison and K. M. Moigun, of Wabash. Tlie Slalc PLitfoim was, Ihcn rc-af- llrincd by the coiivenlion and llicn tlic body adjourned. IUDICIU, Tin1 DcinocinlP, on last Friday, nominaled Mr. C. N. Pollard, of (his city, foi C. V- Judge John W- Uob- ins'oil, ol Tiplon, IbrC P. Prosecu- tor, and r. M. Tripoli, of Hamilton, Ciicnit rio-seculor. ,Pollard tried lo decline, llebnid lit-was Billing (o doany work (he licmocrnlic paity might assign to him but he could woi k bolter a private. Mr. Kern him Ih'il hib duties lo pauy were than Ihosc to isa bi-'in new docliinc, one no'l piintcil in the r Poll.nd stooped a lilllc.ind qd liimsell'to be mined i We submit that hiudcns toiiongh Irivc been placed on Ihis m.in I'ol Iprd is a good Icllow and il i-, not to him eternally just Ijcciiusc lie used lo be a IJepubliean. DomooiuK, t murder I'ol- lard. We lilfch'm and don't w.ml lo to bo an angel. Itobinson, of Tiptop, is tho man so iliamcfnlly by Tin his Democrat. When 'Dr. 'Smith, ol n, moved to nominate Hob insoii by acclamation. Tin-pen jump cd up and seconded Ilicniotion. Did 'Puvpcn lie aboid Mm? If not why (Iocs he want hi.ni a candidate? It is )iisl us likclv llial (he Fenians of the Junction will be the monaichs oflho world in October next as thai any man nominnlcrt lail Pridav wil" lie dueled. Growing; trade. Poiilsofiin Atlantic Voyage. The (inlh is thai, notwithstanding Jthc dcgtce of exemp- tion fioiil di'si'-lci and' calamity which has been HiUiiiicd i" the nivi Ration of Iho noilhein All.-iulic Olllco over thu aloro 1 of A Co., I'nblio Hiinnio, Kokn- 'mo, ludiaan. All oiiomtlons inirforinoii in Ilic [imnnor Qirohun ft cull if yon MRiil iliwt wort ilono nl ronaonnblo prices. n W..'-. WIN S DENTAL SURGBON Oflloo, South-went cornrr I'nulio up ulairH.Kokomn. WorU DAUNALL, SGOTfON CO., Kcop eonalmilly on slcu'k of Mqclicincs ,ACv S1I01'. I.. 11, So. 12, tforlli aiilo Public mra, Kokonio, Mjinu- reclnror Donlur in S 'anil Hurness! Imu lud my fn' U.H lormVas'aUuy point iwrt ol Iho Slalo in qnJ HARDWARE u Deniourat in Iho hall who aeem- ed lie badly "discouraged" from' drii'jkiug a large "majoiity" of lau- glc-foot.) Mr. Diillon moved tlml all Ihe Domot-ialic the disliicl( present be made fcjefciclaries. 'L'hia carried. All Ihe editors then look seats mound the table w'hilo the, Ih.si-class ink-slingers re- mained in their seals, except ing one, Mr. 1 iibbcn, of the Indianapolis Sen- tinel, who look a seal with tho sec- onil-cbbs fellows. Some "discussion was then had about the apportionment, but finally the counties look each tho vote al- .owcd al the Slate Convention. Dr. M'ock, of Anderson, then iiom-! iuated ilorcau. Ho did thia in speech of the mosthoinbly bungled language we ever heard vised Dib- Ihe ih.ivc bu n ni ido 'mnticil science in Tiiodern limes in' and skill, there is dicl, lie prononuccd dee-strict nndj hu kepi on saying it all the j he said, '-would be heard in cvet y school dec-strict in Ibis dcc- sdid lie will 'rouse the HimekiaU to val'rons deeds, lie can hcut iny mmi in the dco-striet 01 any man iij (he Slide from >torlon lo a Supcrj visor. wont on in (hib sni t strain until every person in tho house was ushomcd o' him. i Mr. John W- Jirrn; ot Iliiacilyj, no other great thoroiighlare 'of commerce oi ot human inlcrcom- muiiu-alion on (be globe so wilhd'inpci and dillicnllics as the voyage from York lo Liver- pool. 'The (iiilf Slrcanibnngsa cur- rent Of W.um Avnlcr wide and, a thousand feet llow- in" :it the ordinnry rate of the cur- relit of a Iho dopictil seas, and pours il out in a vast ex- panding mass over nnd beyond Die bunks of Newfoundland, where it turns oil' lo tho eastward, and finally loses itself in the northern sen; while, 10 the westward of conn- tcr-cnrionl'Coming down to Baffin's curreulol nearly equal mag- nitude ami into R u fell-cam o'f'icc-bci-gs, ice-floes, aiid icc-'cold water. The ollccts of this conllucncc aie, beneath tho water, .the acciimuhtjion of vast deposits of sand nml rockj debris brought down by (he ic-e, anil in the atmosphere above nn almostpcrputual succession of fogs and mists nnd driving i.iins, accompanied by gales, and -squalls, Dr. J. V, ot city, He did ibis in good slylp t-el Iho Doctor up with a big llOOsl. ..icrcmi.ili Crolly, n perfect little brick from wliosc longiu- lilllc lliick bill Vf_as still able lo got bia woids in wullj noni'inalcd "a Ir HLrVUll J fj f and ev.cry olhcr possible mcteoiolog- ical commotion. The region most d'Hlurbcd by the c-Qiilliot "between these opposing lorccfe and lempcLitincs is on Ihc hither side of the Atlantic, and af- lects chiefly the ih-st hall ol the voyage; and the danger, moreover, Is iiie grc.ilosi at Ilia I season of the veim vfiiich would other accounts be the jnostiWiVcnicnl and Ihe most agrcable fimfc Ibr liiakins Iho iu Ihe early months of sum- mer. icc-llocs'break up, and icc- bciijs M-U detached fiom the great Giccnlnnd glncieif- ciowdmg out (ho land, in suminer The subject of fruitrafemgand the best manner of prosei ring Uic t-aniL- foruseaircr the sw-oijMs past, nre question; that are pressing tliQm- bdvc- more ami more every year up- on Uic mind, of our but few of us who arc" partial lo fiuit. and iu sonic havo it if it can be oblnincd.JiMnny hayc, supposed that but few be kept in any olhcr way. flmji by'cnur ning, picscrving or pickling. Tliiy idea, however, U fast gjving way as the new pysleni of mpiddiying bc- comca bcltci Known. In fact thcic arc but few li il th iUCan- not be kcpt'hi the whole c ir; and Ilogcland's is thor- lughly introduced -ind jhft.cojivcni; y K'sllcr siiccb of dried fruit of Wfcj-y kind K. r Woody nlly npprqcialcd vho now ridicule the ifipn' om smaller w'taiyllbe found busy, in the ''-uit .laying in i store foi winter., J_ This dryer which 011' y last Angiial, is IliCj Invcntfoii.ol' Mr. Isincl ;Icncc, being jlndiajia. in- vention, can with propriety dc- volc our spare space (his week.lo a brief dcsciiption of iljand Ihc work t is designed to accomplish, together wilh lne of competent par- ies who have nied arid px-intim-d il. The dryer consiets of half a 3civcs, in sonic respects in ordinal y er, of using wive, the seivc ii f.iclmcd out ol" liirii'ilnrc can nny (cmlcnny to Ihcsulcsarc made of sheet liirnnd nre lonslrucled in manner thnl when placed dil f6pvof olhci tliej lit closely m the nnmier in the joints of A slovopipc'aro tilled. Iwcon ciu li seive Ljioio.is a c of about thioc inches in which Ihc Unit placed while diyiug. The lower pirlis mndo of-Mu'i'l i-oil. Alto- gel hoi- wlu-n Iho f-six voi-iions .aro phuctl one on'jiuoltier, tlicd'-yci is complclc, and in the is about IS inches niihaUjliI Thclnrg- ei iiicjies in height. Tho prcscnl inaiiiiliuAnrcrsi of these machines lor the larger pail oflndi- aim .ire K. Johnson Co LOS th Delaware St., Indianapolis. A ul'ictory Ins been lilted up in Ihr up- per pai L of their bnildinir, anO llioy ire now prepared lo turn them out in any quantify be icqtiir- ed. One of the MI Ilic is ils price. The Inigcr costing only at while the smaller :fo.. wlicn it I15 remembered thai f5 lo jS woi Hi of workper wcekji will be done by one of''icsc ma- clniicion .in ordinary i-'oLiii'-'-l-ivc, and tb.d loi, wiU'Oiil any help in the K'llchcn,   utility ,lhil they, with oihcis gave it 'he un- qiuihliedendoijC cnatorial. find in the Delphi Join ml. of la-.! week, a which we print below. It was probably written, Al Kokomo. It id as follow-: (ME i [KorlUDclplH J The Kokomo Tribunc.of last week, enters" hrgcly into the discussion ol the Senatorial question, strongly ad- vocating the claims of 'Mr. Kistlcr for ihe noniiiiatioli; claiming he received a Ihi-gcr vote in llowaid coimlv tlwn cither Dr. Darnnll or should receive the iifiloi-'-emeiit of Carroll county, i confess I eannol sea the forc< ot tlic .Tiibunc's logic.." If Carroll conceded to Howard the candidate, she, by no means, gave to Upward tlie ngli to sfclect her 2000 Republicans, but reserved1 the i.ght. to conjunction wi'.h 'ho Uc- pnljlicaua'of whom the can- djdalo.bhouldbe. llcdurc the 1 rib- puiclicc and sec how 'shndi. The vole of l .0111 Uio Siding With the French. Tho liosion l'o-l. I'incin.iaii hn- qtr.rer, and Cliiaajro TJnt-s. -oisyiiis of ihe Deinnci-aiic are all ;ul- vocatos- of Xnpolconisni, pure -mil simple, in the present shm wov. Colonel Kerrigan, who.in 1S61, rccmiiing nn Insli rebel regiment in Now York, to aid the re- bellion, is now recrniling an Irish cily, Li- 750 000 KUITOK dosii-o, ihrough vour to ask Mr. Tnipon, of the Kokoniu Ocmocut, lo to me the which 1 paid htm for bis p.ipcr. He i-e.-oived it iVom me under false 1 subscribed 1112U VI l-i' I'l foi it with r-Hle-suuul-us il was lo bo a Domocval paper i s. Itepublican 1 dont want to think thal'l had r and 1 sun nnv tme L any hiiud for all 'praclieif tfni r'J The Republic ins o'f On i roll num- ber J.SOO. Now, we have expressed foi Kigtlcr 750 voles, against him in liowaid; and in Car- roll not heard from. I should (o know nuclei- what oblignfio'i tho Republicans of Carroll arc to siippoi t the candidate receiving only 750 when 1.250 of tlie Repub- Hea'ns of bis own county express'! thcir'choicc against him. Wo UikeiU'-al Ihc C'lirroll arc not lo be inlli'icneed in the least by the vole of Howard, but are bound by party and principle to 'be best man. The Journal then copies our'Miarn- word with Carrol I ha1- a leading aiticle ns follows: AI.OUl'TIir STATF SEVAT01S. We, publish iii twiolhcr column a com'mimicaiioii signed "Hopubllc -u" and a lony cxtricl IVom the Kokomo Tribmip' upon Ilic.Senatorial .qties- "tlon. The liitteivadnnfe that How- ard submitting the nomination of Slilc Seri-itor (o their primary election: and, as I low-nil lia's most promptly i mid honorably grunted all we we think tlio ailiclo by''IJcjiublioan" is rather ill- timed yet, owing lo the strong (eel- ings on the subject.'in portions of (bis county, we give it a pluce. We think there will.be no trouble msclcct'ng a when the dclqqalcs of the two counltcs meet. As the c'andidiitc, is, conceded lollow- aul, i! is Halm-Al to suppose thai'Uic that will divide whom they proferjii a much moia decided manner I him they did in Iho' in" mil y. Let'oacli'and ever.1 dclog.itc re- tolvo to bcgciimbin and forbcai'iug, jind we have no doubt, filter explanations peace. harmony. nn ly wdl prevail. Catholic, regiment in the in aid of franco. In St. the Republican is pro-l'i insinii, in sym- pathy with the Gerin-iu, of that city. On the whole, ho we it seems like ly'tli-il. wherever yon c-ui strike a mail who i, a icbcK'a CaUiolie, and a 1'Vniin HI in one. lie is prottv to so with, tho trench in this contest. Lf lie only two or( il-vce he 'he h.is uoii-- ot them, he may be counted on ns a friend of tieuna-iy In H is, iia..-rt1th-L'.iPhoaid be so. Aa- the reoc'l- ,011, and at one t'mc would have to w.ii- in its f.u-or if ho could li-ive tiiihieed England to join him. A rebel, there foi c. the best of rei- BOIIS for mini! 'nyr An American Copiiorhend isonly an r.u- lOoiiit wUlioulpowcr, andj liclftlways rn'iinlrcft who has power., jITencQ Mic Penipl'iidfc eympa'thx for" Fi-ancc.-" dcmonslrotion ofono'liimdrcd llion- sand Irishmen in liiyqrcf France, Napoleon the military head of tlie.Cathollc Church nalwcH as, (hclicrcditary foe of to i is- land. This vast iipriMng of the Cnth olio Irish indicates that, if .Niipoleon Should become embioiled ilh Lug- land, lie would find in li eland a nat- ur.d ally. Nor w'onld such an ein- br'oilment be imptobable, If Kujjlaml should can-v out. her rcpoilcd. icct of sc-iiling Knglish troops into Bclcium and llolhmdto protect their ncutiidily. And yet. if England f.O's iioaps into Kflgium ami Holland until Fn-ncc li st violates their nciiludtly, might be subdued by I.'-.ISICP before .iid could As'it st ithCi-ms almost In- lint miibt .-ISMIIIIP adverse a.titude to IMMIICC, to ovli-nl of !hc ic jioii'-ibii1- ty of delVniiiiiji and Ilol- Ifnd; if Ki HUT hfiv 'msiiinplion n mid '.llcnd' 'y y11.1' an a in't.1 li-el'iiu. a-) s'ic_ did in and oo convex Ibc cntiiew-r into a i-onlcst of of which no in.iti'-m soc thooMd. The intcicft of idleti- to vconllnc Lie ncai-ly to its orij-in.1! combal- owr to OUP There are ton ji juilv. carry such in this place. .lAiitnniini ____._____--- .ind W sticcsfsful iii this campaign. His paper is H ehe.it, and I want mv money back. Stop my pa- what is Justly due mo or 1 will publish Iho fact that you "reformed" mo oat of JlKXllV FlSULlMi, Hon. J. N. Tytier Our member of Congress quietly returned lo Ids home, in this afternoon, very tired, but foally looking heller than when he went to Washington Ihe first Uiue, one ago last March. In the evcniujr the Silver Band mci forprac- lico and, about hMfpnst eighl, wilh- oul any previous notice, or sugges- tion mai-ch- ed to the residence of Mr. Tyiicr.aud HEMS OF w. PUKV.MAV, p. M Then.' arc 600 persons in lids coiui- ty wlio iU'emsuKd. _____ Theiv are thirty Quaker rosiding in Kokomo. There are ton Maas did not buy any last Week. He of D, Havla is Siiperindont of the elevations nt Jay Dolman's house. i Ifcirvoy Ill-own has bought f sheep this season'. paint ing on the interior of ihe Court Homo will cost On the exterior lloorgc W. llocktn- is one of thc uioJt industrious men In this cily. tho oiic iu Ihii morninir and tho hisl one to re I ire. Ho woi ks or any other etl to me rcsuiunvu J i nun iwiid him Ilic complime't of n Ih-str.i'.o I ,0 ;1 or sofcimde. Mr. Tyncr Ids I i _______ occasion to i-efor tlie is inoi-o vluiynntl What IFrrHe Mn.de. tliui iSWi istUKWiHjftt1 m. una; i- SUUGEOJTS, INDIANA r A1H.-W9, fcvoWGirMuJn  placs nnJ pot theuis AUCTIONEER. JI C' il hnil'many yiHBlosiMtunce ami iff W 9qd aalos in any Cllimt> ,lo I., Roaiilencfl v miles Ineeitj- ilrfss, Kokomn. Wholesale Dealem In E, CUTLERY, AN STRKF.T, tnnty Democrat, C. SODTH AAO BOI.L, J, .UMBiJ BXB. 41KKXN.J i Irne Ie. of The nomination wai innde on the Jlral ballot as follow.: ;t Moican, Sfadihon IS, itiami nrVlil'fl. Wabifb 7 folal 59. -1' For Lusellp, t1 IBS IS. llnnilllon 9 total 37-'' For Jlcndevjon, Howard S i Mr. Lnselle then moved to mnKo nomination unauinioiis. M. B avirH.i' (hi Kokomo, SMITH j, JOSKI'IIK. HOLLOW BM-. liero in Ibis or adjommp wuntics. M H.IHVTO. ilgrto ho said the Demoai-acy of Ine DfstjVL ftri4 iipt without" I iV iho'w'cd how' ultpily inc.in tho.llp- how I hey had -ii the constitnlion and Ihe good, and pure', awl pairi-' otic the any j? TlieProsident asked Ml who n'gree.l to Ihc motion of Mr.'Lastjlle should They wrrc, "iv'en DoW6feraU always could Whether wlloop 'fd'r any ftlway'i E hit oij for o( ouo season and as require about a year for tlieir twelve or fif- teen huiidicd voyage, they do not reach the tiack of the ocean steamers until (he early siuTUYiev of They diifl vciy slowly nt Km, and melt verv gradually under Ihc fccblo radialioiv of even June and July suns in ,lhe latitude of La- brador. Soino [lortloiis both of the floes and of the ice-bergs reach as far south as the Ranks of Newfound- land, but few go much farlhor than tblfi, Thoir atlfance ceases here, partly because tlic'foicc ol the cur- rent by which lhc> are brought down bccom'cs well nigh and parity because Ilio of ice .be- come'by Ihis lime diminished and so weakened by the increasing heat, both by ijie.laliludo nnd tho season, llial' (hey'are easily 'beaten to pieces by 'llic find dissolved, tjomc- (lincs, hoTTCVcv, ice come down of such prodigious thai-His before they cmirely Caplain Price inform1! ns thai on'oTie of his he passed o immense and on his re- turn voyage, after sailing nearly fif- Jceu miles to. ami and nialvifi" (lie usual, stay, in port, he passed them agvln.'" They Ind 1 ell''dm Hig ihe Inteilm about forty Thiiy had diminishwl Bome- what iu fijc, hut of much magnitude sti'l, and I heir fonns were so pccidi'ir.'tliM their identity could iiot be ihe Ocean by Jacob 'Abboif, in Tfc, We, the tmdoi'-.ignctl nnd business mon ivuidd sfaic that we hue Universal Fruit patented by Israel Hooptond, August 17th ISO'J, andicgavdil as the only practical Family Drs cr in use, and most chceisnlh LMicotii.itfc inlrofluc- tion. Its piiLc nlicina it in reacb'ol every lamily; itsconstrtiction adapt- ing it for garden, orchard and lield products- "plies to u sl'itenioiilniftoc Yoik Ikmkl, T'chst twenty years 11. Asioi I; -s niav a fos ii'iie of twomy ii'tjl- lons-r o ro" it in'o sixty ii'-.H'Oi's ho lins what What nan lie in ulc by (lie except incrcT'cil ment to keep the run ofhi- Increased As- lor, w'lli j'luil'ioiis, cf.lsnoinore oyslc'S, qiinii) woodcock boiled and boned turkey, Ihiiii he did when he was woi Ih leu ml ".on. He drcsb- es no better and nasa Ihoiisandtimcs less fun. We belt h'm on Ihc sleep, and have no Uwn'lS with tcuiiiits and trespassers, llobbcra He for Aslorcveiy time-he goes outdoors alter dark, They dou'l think of Astor, with sixty'millions of dollars million1! of troubles. To kc6p Hie run of his rctit-'j, bonds and real estate, keeps Astoi- m wpik tpiu-; teen lioir.-.s a day, and yet A'storgets three square day, which is justwhnt we obtain1 any niil'ioiiE, any tennnls, nnyi-cal csiate, and only work eight hours per day. "If men's happiness increased with (heir money, everybody should be justified in worshipping Iho Golden Calf.1 The happiness increases their earnings up to a cci-Lan point ncccsssi'i-y to bncurc them i.he coin- toiIs. a year. Ad beyond is supcrllnoiis. Being siipct'llu- il is productive Of no good what ever. The i ichcr (.ho roan, Ihe gicnt- cr is tlie proliability that his ,sous V ill live oa billiards and die in 1'ic incbilate asyliun. With conteiiliiicnt and a" ycir a mnii may bo as happy as n, prince.' Without tontcnt- incnLyou ber misfi.iblc, even if your wcaHh cumxl 'he tent J I. 0. 0. F.' II will be seventeen, cm Hid lltli of ncU' month Lodge, No. 1. 0. O. P: oi- II is proposed lo h-ive a soLial reunion nl Ihalaniver-viry hioiith, when (he Lodge will (o all. Scvoial 'Will bo inalie showing the rise'and of Ihe order in this place Theic has no inslilttUon in lips connly thai has porfoimed more chfiril ible thin (his order. IfO- Lodge his' 121 mcmbcts, and i ur.r-.n members in thcStnlo. nvc no LI Hiose who b-'oiiji li bol'i occasion to i-efor tlie very excellent measiucs, niucli-abiiscU.Cojigre'ss; Just ndjonrn- cd; comnarlng-the months ol (irant'd iidnilniatiMtion, with its collection of Ilio revenues and (treat rcduclion of the public debt, With the last year of the profligate Johnson's reign.' In invited the members oft he Handund Ihfir friends into his house, half nn hour whs (spent .iigiceibly in handshnkiiig and conversation. OnreMff regret is that we wore not I'cruJlajiubliwn. A Mad JJoftr. On Tuobdny uiornlnc llcico look- ing lioy, which fiothcuattliomouih, nu old man on Siv oml bl. and :rhew him lo the II iitily his icct he hurled scvi-rn'l dornicka at his no vitiblo ctlivt except lo pnrajjoi lilm, and linn !y rcl Tided w.'viK Ihe rkccl one or >vvn otbci men and llnn'.ly wont for Marl Hhiiiuib.trtrcr. Mart mndiicompbdut lo Ihfi.M.iyoi iiiid, with his advice and consent, returned lo Second bt. nml renewed the attack On his hbjc- ship, two half-ounce bis bead. John qholhini oncp nnd ihn two pj'O- uicded (o, ilnisb flaying the bca-.l with a hc.ip It Is tnpp'oiic.l llui hog was rabid mid if so lliu t'oilncll U not cxciciscd upon n ho" ordinance a moment too soon. There m e other reasons why something fliould he done to prevent !hc hogs IVom run- niiiK al on our c in Kokomo ihiiii iiiiy'lowiV the' Slate. flicro wore live cuv louds OfoVcui sioiilsts from Mils phco M- Noblcs- vlljc last Thurs'lny. Wm. I'. Vnilc Wod- nofiday. Any 6ne tlndhif; II will'4 pll'tsc nt the First Niil, Ui'.nk. A "Temple of llonoi" will, bo or- u in Ibis city In n whorl limo. is tho best temporauco orguniza- lipu In the country. Hilly Hughes it u happy f.ithei ofhvin hoya. They nre bc.utlil'ul cliildrcii nnd Hilly in vciy proud of them IH IIP ougbl to "be. rcmlndH IIH lhat th'cio nre ton clilldrnn In Ivokomo. i Musii-'liaH i'n HH onu'd.iv iaot week we ho.nd IVFriday irttfii vrt-y lino i'l'lfcri) Will iMga iiiimbAr Vil p'olitlcnl mc-rtliiHH in Ibis dn- rjng'lhc i Ihe Tor in this couiily. He jiiiuh llrsl; ci-ldlc. Mi? to voU Ui-uiy (Jlny. T'ir oldest frnmo In lvok  hfl the .We Ipsl by Holmes had l-iiplica'lcil'-i'cvcial parlicV will-, .stealing and aUo Jic of thojwrly thai cd tbt'Cih'rinh.itl Store Wo leftrncll1 ih-tj w.is not A-' tbeic wtii t t- II no evidence pi oJticedal thc'trh' 'implfchlcd' '1 he-' Tills conilicalc i- .-iijncd by O.' .1. BnickcnbiishrR-.- L. A. W. McOiirU Austin II. Brown, 'Pntcn iler'Uro's-, U-ise, 1'niker Co., Vanoamp .lackaon, Jas.T. Liynnu, J. II. Vajan and R. L. Lukcns, all woll n, and nearly Til cleah-i--imiliHes of this kind. who have-tilled Fn (lie sun, know the inconvenience of Ibat proces-j jicsiile1' sun diicd fuiils scent to undergo a change which dc- niiu-h froni Itivalno.' While il tikes from four to siv days-to dry by tlicsnn, by (his process from si v totwelvehoiii'sarccniMiinipd. Thus the fine of Hie friiit are.iKiC clnnscd ns in Iho Bun process.  ofsovud information, it goes deep into tlic mysteries and crimofiOfSfor- iiioriisni. 'The chapters devoted to their a-.idsUirt- llng-, and wiU be read ivith lliftgreit- cst inlcreslj'and we, ceitain that the accofiiit of Hie pQange ;y wJiich'convcrts an n, .HI NFWSPAPFK!   

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