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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - February 3, 1876, Lemars, Iowa                                of Lyon,' Slows*  V V 1       ' -    �-    cashier. , 33 t *f "iff; Bfti.to III" E(e 0/ MaieTnoftt;Dent^.Co , Oimm JIL ^ Sells Exchange, FfinEION and DdMESTlC. lOAMS MOMEYpN APPBOVEU SECURITY itiuns Fnwptly AttenAed to in the COniitlcsorSiniix, Lyot ;>*i('Ita jsjvl;-'-      �Plymontli. �. SOU-TOW YrOM ill mm PORTS. . rAyiJ):&IBBS,'flMhior."fe llfekl^ea]^ce& Everett v:. . IltTA ob.hiinil n Inrgv ABBortinsM^f:-: ^ y. FASHlONAitLG niLTJl\GRr:CfirOI>9, (li'iit 1 Tilt! wrtdtJiiigMfi cmiVKpii New Orteans Dvinocmt fui'n; ibwiBg ))ut huirwViI tut the South- ' erti stiir,  And,tttte 1 hiiid of: the cotton and.ih^   . � cane;* � �.         ...�;-,.vi � For our y'lir /W?i.J^�-" ' Ho'oms I iicon�liiDily^receiving the very best s\y\vK IJyr jiVict iS'HJr>nlion,4o tIib AVHritR of licr-cus " "Jbiiiei'S. flip, tifrpcc In merit.JJ T bniily u.i;�. 0, pL-t Stoafc, New Yon^. j^n. 15th, 1876. ED.'SsNTiNlai.:-The ,        MT3TUAL COUNCIL wl^jch'was'^exppcted to isettle the points ^^JfferehceAetween Plymouth church tfndi'A^iiS.'M'ouUup, growing out of the ijlfe^cljfiphusiness.^hv.8 a come to naught Ahcrthe'iiettur.missive had been agreed upon and most of the memhers pf the Rouucil ~httcl^ been selectiid, Plymouth up.>�et everything by a protest aganst the' Rev.- Drs. Storis and Buddin::top, two' oi the i�oat ethinent clergymen of the Congregutiunal dunumiruiliuu in Binok-Jyii, who were among thoise selected by iMra;*'Mon).toi). It ytua alleged thiit they suuh could Hiving ��ett�d ihe SmvIosb of � oae � 1    the Best" In" tlia, NoctIi�-e�t,     prii|ini' idea.   "Saay, fellers, let's have aWi' The young laches said tUowlea ~ - din I" perfectly splcQ.lid I Tl�en they ami "O bnt who'll get married r "I will," �A SPSOUtEKfCBBBdSBS LAST. ^ [From (hg ChcrokM Tiaicit Jan. ill.] ' 4 .(uious case of domtstic infidelity nas bticn^anoaveredin one of the raral townships of thi* coiioty.. The young wifb �nd motbw be4�t' 1^. s ttor^� of male admirers yuiliteiirto tb^r hlandishmcnte, and/^iBteps down and .�at!'ya �tU�n tt^mai. vTbe BcandalJs'Bud'tohothe richest.in aerdnl p)aoe� that has yet graiwd '^h6 ptij^e itt OherOkea inftJelitiea, embriicidg>ii)e names of several ot our prominent cItiMns, polit-ichlly, BjKMy and' re^lgtousty. The tru-aui wciinii'noivUh: penitential .tears has made a full, free and atnrtting disclosure, embracing a aeries ui amrurs mid detail iqg a category of criminal relations with sevfjr^l gentlemen io- ptaerokuo county tbiit, ifmadtipubliciwauldoretite a w.dcr An tnaiiMwruWiioiikey SaWini has i^i^^,tid!j^l English girK ^ ^J^^ the .Minnesota 'Jtiiiudat Th�-(*Oo^g^{�>nd|-th� ifiUm* tut U^.ehi ' OnsTin everf fof of Darham: ;connlS cotaTioted.of draQli The keel of a no recently laid in ^BnTnal posed of one 8ti9k-;of Ihjung Pernne, son ol tlia^ cflbotiva Oam�.;' Wafts than �*Br yetffhircd over these oft oomtio caiupiiigner,    O. Perrlne. Clerlfiibttrncdipmirws.^;. A.,ie|�wtm has taken rBlUve^ dm. oi the Court ot Appeals   Ho &toud u^^ like a ChicagiwD,:us-.if be werti used tiiit "Oil, vcs, and Lti2Z]u you must ba' bride." Tills was Miss Lizzie l  weiidiligcertmony can be ciMin^lui.u without ki*siii� the bride,   boon utler ttie Viliage cliurch-belU liad rung their Cun'teunwl cUime* the youthful pw-ty drove to t,lieir hbiuts. 'rbc ludies gaVd animated descriptions next day of tlie loveliness of the bcides' liiid tlie m>lEi�uitj of the cpruniony.   It (�o.ciiin lot-oii  adiruing : hcf ruunduii bu-st, tiio , tipuTin arm aiiJ siti'Ui liaiid, rliu Kynimutricu) liniiM tlie small leet, tlie peui'less instep,' and the almost imperceptible ankle-the wli>ile figure palpitating- with anuiv.itiou 'am liglitud up with gleaming, giuiious eye'4c named'-isi Bati->-liud to iiuve iiiittti'i'S as  ttluy iirc; that he' IS hku the schoollioy sentenced Ijy old JIasier iirown   for some oflcuse to sit aniotig 'ht. girls. I^plaec-quietly nod' the legal documents tkava boen- made Ovit, separating now and tth^vVeYtiMvuafortuuatK pair, lllJsliltOVBkaOF THC'8A�e SeilT IK THE a " iS< 2" TOWS ^^ottUU-CherakaaLeadsr Jan. 90. Tb^�ini)iR IIou�� (in night bcfofti last was thc'sctiaa.of  |i^tJpe;epiaoda tlrat was immcpsely fihni^bfit liajk very moralJ It appears^btita Wafried wV lOi loM ht'Mil liiiwii ffu Ilia i>i'ea-i(.   - ' ' iuuk Uis imiiitaiii Huui i>y tlio mmi^t* ivreat tUul Uc iuv�4 ut all tua liatt, Wiiftllur tile young Udy will be wiHmg, to stay Mrs.,PurnnL-, is uut known as y.-t. Ill til. othcr.caso it is .saui that there must be a divorce,. .Mr Jlix being utigitgiid to a yiiung la^ly living near llmlson. MmnciiDta has tiad a hitter expL-riencc with bi�ux Indians, and eMlcnalns vur; pronounced viuws as to the trcatiU'.'fit of the Indian qiicsllon. In the Logislatuio lii.st Week a resolution ivas introcuceJ, mid will doubtli.'Ss pas.s both ' Houses, ap()rnv- iiig ot the proposed transfer ot the Indian Bureau to the War Di'partni'iiit, "which should iiot be traininclcd in its action ny ol thoiie Bi'Ctanan or hmnanitaiion in flounces whi :d l>y-tlie .UovLi-nuu'iit, to the pu'ju dice ulttie trontier settlements and of tlic or even to accept of the bouqueb wW they 'sent ;U� W Suro)y'sbe.i^' pajj '^leayily'for ijeV fin. -     ,   ' J .,^_^.jn /<�7ice  ''''4'''y'"p''0iis of ^riiiir,dT6iA'&e;-offthp:uygeutmijes8ity. ot treittijig^-.'rsleapliiSsVim" as it waiiiiii;; By^jp^!U,iUiOi^: In^ , A ''curiuiiij" .pati^MtiyOKIluus hec^ tihouf4"^t;UUce for h|s owu.�a(ie and for Pj!jjr|j^'>;^einfi|is,,^Xraun4iitiiB .d6lifih|^; long. The loafers pf Ne# around a JowelnripeSfll; his street'Wilw^ri^ - Vi Oeorgd iBalE b^t the rompaojf'; Of, oh the witbonVi nnnnally rcid N.Y.,nll " seryttkea' ,jin6rint published t The Bristol; I ono-o^f broker ivpiro' .a JeluAdamioa the Oarreno7 Queitton. We quotR (ib lollows li'oni n letter by Jolio AF Mrs, ,Gen.#S daughter of i5!i|. in Prieburgj ing children b|;'T|ii||or Wii'icbester, Vu.,',8i Taylor, of L.ooi�|i|^^, W f ederujo offi^fegil A y6iihg: ffpiini fslso teeth in a ^ . and in thi; ihoicnib^^ ded iinvji cl�unt;:o||^^ lato at ^roakfastiiliei out the teeth with a having been slov.      <7.f(; Hunk Monk,-the diiver who figurci). initj story of Hoiaco Grocloy:'a;ab ride, is old impucuniouD Cusson miners recently toqk cr, scrubbed him clean, and d^ lit new clothes. There are several women "IteirJ un the register as chemists^!'--! m tiit A Ml^^.special to the New York Herald sufyB,tlSft �paiu has uiado u some what buUig ':itt4Jil' fur did occa.sion. "Old Mother Hub-: bard she went to de cubbord fur Ut git a poor dogu bone," when she como back de dog were eloped. Jess' su-r-it will institution on er cr. I>!o, sah; .r'ni tidiciii' straight American,. language. Bunknui Hill, George AVashingUiPi John Hi'owii, wharifl you?" lliso Irom yourso�itd-r�eiyMnght'--8a;r is Ijes-.tico, nu�h,;3(^j;iiJ6agaiu.'- � .� -.f ExrGorefUdr' lieohter: (rising from his BeattJr^AirfSjieukerir^^ ..alybe^awjirded tb � Virgiiju's son-the i; T-hiTiniitron was rarriedi and. tlie LeS' \v?t6 pbt--4i|i9 has uo tenahie y^vuud for co/iipJaint- or iiucrt'ereuce, the United btuies is a cou slant refugu lor Cuban outlaws, who are permawd to hatch conspiracies fu the jiijurj^ .ot tlie fe| pain�ii ijoto. Jjj beli�Vi'd't(J';-b^^ (it :thut)��tt <''^^aim)re sac-($)j;hf;,AGicntido^f^^iplc8 and iftbn-did^jind if ho ba^; rhd regaTO!(ft,th!f: Btaudard of it/r"C Seer ia tlie tfnltti -----       ,    , if^�pl<;i�|tf patJoiitrecovere'ifBiidwer-Mr.^tt&jordingly cheated out of buvh," ^ Two men, namedficott and Thomson wive triiid theothar'day in Xiondonfof shoplifting; ;Thoaison oalled a wii 08 tu character, who, on being fls,k  prisoner,- rorv pliudi--* Welly 1 don't know- much aboUt ypu; I Jcuow jou are a mnvioled tliiet^ '. This country- is gettiogrti^.T; .J.-,-,i0�lly H Ijeurdrinking oouuj^ry. ^'< ,>.^tpiti^wiug Stje^^l jsa8i(rflo|r.lt)�w .Yotl^m/Pefiirt^l van..., chi�joriiitf, m "in|i9is(''^fliii lfmA^ii0(ii.a nmkiMpct more'tUi/rtUy|o^g, gists, they liuvingj examination of the eiety but recently fthu major cxaininut jTAtnan who has theV the higher grade us a phurufi; euiist. A^jurision butcher, nainftd''' while sitkiiiK in his shdp th| v^hj was ycry^TlwK^ji irntiitedatree foHDWing j)bt4,^iindcd "My hrst IS Vv^table Cboii ood is a miuernl^^, my M 'animal!"   UefiUae   '   ' missive, ^ut tlib' fbiton warned, fluc tfcttpe. ;   / rs. fliinnah. Me., )iaft,� rigb^ heorifte'6f tlifi-C^ent was born-on^^the Fq at nearly th� sDme-.! boll was-.rinj^i^j^g^JfiUs Declaration ilrom' w^^ dclphia.   She is^^^lfL.^ hopes to, celebtfate >tiSC '^^ T^rs^r^ of the natij^o'i^l next ,Tbe only Indians Ads thatiireservetr^ ' ho.ljottawa'tpi^ 'IbamiAion was pumw, �mu wo �>^j,i , A- man" nnmc^ B�>ton idi^-reoent1y< iidoinre, adipurned for donJ?^ , Ip'tioatherldBerk^^irfi, I�aA�', antl wbfip' vet, ..jomebodjr aske'd-^lUm'jw   liad   

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