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   LeMars Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 20, 1876, Lemars, Iowa                                --      - ^�^ljtflt,^,W a unahom, At beauty's feet unwrinkled soitoM, jnditioa's morn-tutors 1 who are those for Plutarcb'u HEnSft BABTESTBtt THAU EYEB. A Ain npptjr of on* ud two whMlHl leader Oombined Eeaper and Oorhan and VnSiit nity X    two alM�. ^-v.. Onlwators Riding &r^lkingi^ - Dnutilo emd ainglt jt Mi Hm of bnad d� TAnr^ FnilWa CKy fAmSfS KILLS, Jfcoteh Harrows, Steol ThM cat �l�fen fgot; WHIM IttstktirsdTMtaaetJ call and sxiunln* ki(it�ek�Ml tOemi Mora bay Ipg. "TESSOIB.' BT OtlTOB WEBDKLL BOHIU. L|1HaM plymouth county, fowa, thursday, april 20, 1876. m 13. ttara��n�4oi>�faMh(�<�witMMi*t�H� ks bltioh wore painted     " "" Where are the Harrys, Jims, and Joei M^hwhom we opjBO \7sro well acquai^^ if'Weftro'Hw^'^titrt the*ii4v If they ore we, why then th'qr're mas-kingj J '. Do tell us, nelghbfir What's your-name, Who are y  tbo' use of There's you, yourself-th�re'a you tl other; know-I knew yon then You used to be your younger brofhur I lliic fdikwiiig-rtQucb^^^li'^^ii)^)!^^ twelve politicianen is to be sidg to a popular nir; Twelve politicJanen on the rood to bear-en- Colfax went to t'otbefu place and .then '�a ^there,�iir$jsfeir�S     Cs^Sh:-. Eleven politlcianers-very pious men- Hciirjr Clews' goose was cooked and then there were ten. Ten politiciaaers, cutting quite a shine-flack Fuday sn allowed Richardson^ apd 5^' .'.theo'theri^x^re^iBe,     Nine politlbianers-kt tbe^V^hite House gate Williauu . .bojBght a iaudauict.,fl|!fi.Cheo^ there were'eVpt.' " �ight politlchtnera soda wouldn't leaven- iRtorlw gripoC'^iJlle4.J)�lfei. �id Jihefi Seven poiitietan�tii:iB'l Babcock 6^ , then there were sii. Six politictanera atill left olive- Bclienck stuck in the Emma Mine and fand th�h'^i:^i;rer^%e./v;     ;K. " iFivc puliticianers feeling very sore- Bi'lkpap tumbled iQ a SKarsh and., ^hcit ' there were tour.       '        ;  - Four {joliticianers, bad could be- Orviltooka blackmail dmught and then f lidrt'were thit�^^^ three poHti^iilJ, feji^Slilg iitlser^bluo- ' Robcsou ciit a big oock-Uoach and then there were two. Two politicians, having no more fun- Crcswiili ngainot a pcut and th�i there was one. One politjcinncr, term nearly done-': / Took a coflu OS a fgiit and then thcio wna none. ��''* � AU the crooked whisky ciow gone to rest i�lth Blttine- ]&a8U Wiwhbume come from France and set up again. fisisouAL omps. fjkedV. ftrs�^r mt-^itctte and of th� Ul "go-      hi lincinnai [hioogo "crooked" whisky. jjA. redaction in freight of five cents 01) the'hiCfadred on the rftilnx^^s running eut from' Ohioagd has boon detormincd on. It is pretty certain that tho omigra-]llon fjrom.Ireland io tho United States Mitm^ler (||i8 year than it has been in any year sinco 1851. The Silver bill has passed both houses of Congress, and goes to the president fpr approval. vt@on^ JShiennah'is sit,1jity has been reduced $3,000 and he is ordered to Washington. "He loft Washington for St. Louis because his salary was inadequate to hia support in that extravagant oi ty. The New^JTork'jSjw claims that 8ec-retarj^Bmtow has shadowed Qenoral rGfrant's movements since the whiskey trials began, ii*ith detectives fend spies. itij^enec is accttmtilating before Cly-er 8 committee that Babcock was con-corued in the safe-burglary conspiracy. Oh OliTer's Fitanoial 7limi IOWA Ans THE omTm^inL, Crowded 9at of the Kaln tipgMtUin ' BulldlBg-Io Go Into theOoop- Bad KaaasessBnt'-OBntesnial SuggeBtiess. From the Det UaitUt Ret/itter, From Stetfl Trensumr Cliriaty ^ho was iDt to Plilladclphin to conttnct for tlio irection of the /owa hoiul([Uttrter building, who has recently returned, wo learn 10 items of general Iowa interest. First, id most' i.-nnortant, Iowa is not to have ly apace at all in the Main Exhibition |uilding, and is to bo crowded out into a 0 shed, n sort of a lean-to or coop now g added to one aide of the E xhi)}i-Imll, whoru few will �po it and still er find it.   Bcforo getting through tho moin hall cverybwly will be tued and sur/eited and pass on without ing that Iowa is represented at all. le lean-to, or &hed, is n bcnutiftil In its propqrtionsit most resom' sanggftge of the etuflfetl variety. It ity-flvo feet wide and only six hun. otlong,-and. looks like a slice of mg turned up on edge.   It raar^ the i^caraacoof tho main, building- Which k some satisfaction,-and is such a stranttHookiiig thing that it may possibly draw iBo curious into it, j\ht to find out what * hark it is any way.  The }ndi-viduoli xbibitoiB who have baen to slow to gutii ito tho main building, will share the lpi( liness and reiiracy of the Wafer Buildi] ^ with lown. Tliii is tt great blunder on the part of Bomeli ly,I>ind wo suppose that Dr. Shaw is thti ian,a8 he has been running the thing/i nd,' it is stated, last winter told the Ccnitn lial tol ks that Iowa would not want II y space in vhich to exhibit. It mayn; haye been tho Doctor,-but who over ii iVBS, he ought to bo loliellod and put upjon eshibition at tho front of the lowixljepartmont as the man whi cheated his asto out of a proper placa in the grca'plxpoaitlon. the iowa nKAoquAnTEna. ^t. Christy says the Inwo building is well located, iilthoiigh not as well Fifth and Sixth streets. Dobornh Logan who lived in the neighborhood, states that she heard from the gardSn every word of the instrument road,nnd thought the voice was Charles Thompson's. In spite of all evidence in favor of Nixon, we choose to believe her. The Man of "ifruth should have first made known thoSe'wordfl to humilnity. Cheers rent the welkin, n jevt-de-Joie was fired, the chimes of Christ Church rang through all the blight suminor day, and the old bell gave at last to tho world tho mes-, sage it had received a quarter of a century before, and proclaimed liberty to all the world. The daily papers-little thin sheets a few inches square-gave us for weeks afterward accounts ot the rejoicing and wild enthusiasm of the other Provinces as 'the Declaration reached them. In New York one singular effect produced was that "a general jail delivery of all prliionors took piece, in pursuance of the bcclaration of Indepcndcnco by the Hon.. .Congress."7-Bcboooa Harding DaviSf in Harper** Magazine for May. aossip AsoiTT omciBEs. John Gbin&man is the California '^robiefii^::;   yJlyC it is ^pcifeteil that Grant will veto the bill reducing the president's salary iomjm. -'^ �; '-v � G^nero) WlUit'^ WiV^ d'l^a isai i^eek. Jefferson Davis will sail for Europe May l8t. /^icago hadjissaed 2,576 saloon U-'Mnsek BO far this year. The bv�aUjs�ti&4�ii" ^tiWaahingto?' iitill griiidbont goodly ^Sif Tbe ox-r�faol door-keeper of the House of Beprewntatives has been pan^Jb| f^rq^^nlloan Congressman for insulting hia wife. G prtt. Heoeives m IfC^iladoIpbia ' MatMi^&^is in the haa itt' the District has if dared for any other man tor Congress sav^. for Oliver. The g^onomt scntimeot seenjs tobff in.theduifctioi^^ofa quiet canvass and Oliver's renomiiMtion without a mm-pus.-I^ort Dddge Messenger.       '   '' ; The news comes to us by grape vi^e Iclcgrsp^hit this Cna^rtjidonal Distrfct hfts iHien canvassed and It has been fou^ that a very slight eiXnrt wil'. displace Oliver and give Ills shoos to O. iDl.' Perkins, of the Sioux City Journal.   The use |>f 'felluif^to^iiiSiB)"^ ^^^ol Vdriat^, -ChiawH J^rmi. '       ' New York. Jl f�rolution it progroniDg in Meii- OomeUntL^Vasde^ilf u 4r|i |SS,. 000.000.1     11    t| Cbtoatpt ir to ^oSf, At-neosat eteoUof the Uamoon serried the day ^ 1^ t'$l|^;^W'�'^  e 40,000 pocfw ww^ ill wrVxpoattion builditig to ^�}^fr,ii??ii?itlli!^y,.tf��W �|o ahvutit. Thtgp adoplad tlw   inneriow are ni>t Batur�Ji�. a Btispietons pfopio on Sloik andtelbtjiem that he a�k� for no bnt merely for the approval of hu ooii-suenoo and fcllow-unn, (hey usually oQt si^ lei|^|i|[ t|io^ iMjikena. vthby say �Klsy*#*��Br'^#'i^et way too often. JIOW TO ao TO THE CKSTESSIAXi. C*)t. Christy says it is not worth while to gdto the Centennial and pay fancy bo tel {^Ices-ranging from ^ to $5 a day-' �nd ^rhapsA cot to sleep on at that. Ho saysfit would be better to go in ^uads of IfS 01 20 Thott rent a furnished hqu^.e- ASo^ bo done readily-and employ ser-toruDlt. A good'house, already furnished, containing from twelve to twenty rooms, can be hired for fSOOa moi^h at tho highest. Then by two persons'hocupylng the same room, nudcm-plojfing three porsona-rn cook, a chnmlw mat4 FltUi(T POBtilC EVADIKO OF TUB i�ri4^t�,Jiy,, JcffeWBi-iM io,hj|usolf sMfii in a ,|?ttoir to ,pr, }im9', in hi* lodj^ngrlwaise at> ti^9 Bontb-wcat corner of Market aiod Serentb Btreetn. The The Creek Indians are to have a Baptist mission school." The Methodists in Italy are pnWish-ing a weekly paper. The Southern Baptist Convention is to meet in Richmond on the 11th day of May. ' Tho Jewish synagogue now being erected in Dallas, Tex., will he fin ornament to the city. Dr. Tnlmage's Brooklyn Tabernacle has received 991 new members within the last two ycSrs. The Ohio Free-cpromunion Baptist Association contains 134 churches, with about 7,000 members. The marquis of Eipon, who recently joined the lloman Catholic Chnrch, has presented the Pope trith �10,000. Tho National Young Men's Christian Association of the United States has two evangelists ut work in Texas. The new High-culture daily paper, just started in London, i.f called tho Express, jand 8250,000 has been subscribed to set it on foot. Tho Protestant Episcopal church in ; Dover, Del., erected in 1734' has been thoroughly renovated, and looks quite young and attrautirc again. Tho Fifth-nvenue Prcsbytcaian church, of Now Ymk City, gave, one Sabbath morning last month, 8H6,500 to Presbyterian missions in foreign lands. At a late weekly meeting of the Boston Baptist ministers, a strong sentiment opposed to the reading of the Bible in the public schools was developed. Cardinal CuUon, in bis Lenten pastoral, announces that oil llom^n Catliolics who join the Freemasohs, the Good Templars, or the Fenians, \yill be excommunicated. Tho Moravians are tho banner missionary church, considering their numbers. They 355 missionaries in the field and a missionary fund of $106,900. . In 1850 there were 30 Jewish synagogues in the country, valued at 8 ylvania delegation for somebody else. Justin S. Morrill and.Roscoe Conk-ling wish to have it known that they did not vote ogainst tho oonfirmatibn of Mr. Dana. There is Bomo apparent sensitiveness about this little matter. Mr. Ilalsteud docs not see anything alarming in Morton's strength, and does not consider him a possibility. Still, it is true that the majority of tho Mississippi doleg4tion is for Morton. Mr. Rcdficld writes to this olToct. It in surprising how nnunimous the Whiskey-Ring pre�s-a representative' of which can l>e found in St. Lonin, Chicago, Milwaukee, aiid Des Moines, la.,-IS in its denunciation of Seoretarv Bristow, and in declaring that it will never vote for him,-never, no never. Tho proposed attempt to instruct the delegation from Iowa to vote for old Sam Kirk wood for President has bean nipped in the bud, eo to speak, Gov. Kirkwood has a comfortable seat for six years in the United States Senate, and his own personal ambition ia satisfied. The Indianapolis .7buma7isludiOrons-ly stumped in the Dana business. Hciv-gone oil faalf-cocked, and endorsed Dana when it was first reported that Mr. Morton favored his confirmatior, it can not, nowi that Mr. Morton has voted against him, say very much on the subject. But it finds the Herzegovinian outlook full of interest. S�v ts Mow SrtirA7�lU6� Vit�Mlite�    A boy wa� asked wbkh �r�� th* iftUl, greatest evil, hurting another's feeilnj^r tit i�nt� nwd��tten l�'��ic�ty'' Is O^l*]" ^"J!^'"-^ "The fl-ellngB." ha said, more dltBcult in thl� eoaotiy thaft else-where, tor the reaaon that ednentlon, char-sictcr, and refinement have sia s�tpport in rank. AducbcsB eaio' dfaaa rimpiy.llva ecooiimically, and eatettaia plainly. 8h� ia always a ducbeaa, and ia the best society, and to cntsB her threshold la to be mituil tolt Bur.a ^tedy wbois oOt � duchess, who has nialiy tUi ie^ettaditbtt Of "good &mily" npoo her aide, mast o^a vcrr esceptioaai person If witbont hnaey she maintains any kind of Mrraspohdlnt. | position,  la Washington, tor instnomaj |, higher officer of Btato wboaboold llv*,i)pon hifl tmlary.'aicd bnpa to late-BatMsthit^ from it against the evU (jtoy   btii tamoii^' wnnid find it very diiidoalt. to maintate in a Ixtarding btHiae, and without a earriag* and wrthovt a^itirtatuiMnte;' tbtf' ebeial sunding whichJUI a(iri}ltian�, cieror, and daring wife might requlra.   Tat by bis posithm she would be naoeaH^ly expoetd to tho splendid rivairy ot laxiirj and pro ihslun of every kind; and if she ikilil her influenre, it would be that �tl9 iaight thine and ainquer by nagnificwco- Such A fpnn^t fltiniseen msmlt^t 'dll(lt�'' gaiabt^' for aalf-oonoeiti having tiAki aiBaBtronsly before a crowded audi�iM�r �ra8 tb�8 addresMd by ail bged btiDttivif "If.yottbB^ iionff iato that pulpit faelioff IS yon do on ooming out (^'.tbaVpolpit jrott woold have feli on oowfitg of ihat pulpii aa. you did wh4n Vu* in^'tb�t'>nlp!t."' :     v tfaj^.WMJilii i-mi'.li.nit.it'.|f..ipiBBu-rf. Attorneys at Law. Owrni k�s!  iRMt, bna ' tti4' Oi>iiBoti>a>i M�UM�-apl fftbimMla otm}^�\h Oo^,IawB, C�>LaitM a�cottati�f (�IfevMWf anwdMir l*ri woman-we read a( thtm in sovets, and smile a; tl obold tnyentl'm of tho anthoe would carry her gay nudaelty tothe very moment of dlsgracefttl^ �xpo�ure and ruin. In hoi bouse, superbly furaished with fraud and richly decorated with corruption, she would str^id supntiae and queenly In a eoitly rt^lMi woven lies and ! embRridercd w;ith briba*: graoofal, reatly, smiling with free floving gossip: knowing The recent' sboti/ei' of iH^I) in' Both County, KV, has provoked quit  a to-ligioua revival among tiie oolored pona-lution tb�Wp'*t*% �8�t them�oJv�� about, in Ht^jS grottpa, with their Himii nul of nuttoa-ehopa, aadaiog: KumB�tyere(i�,A great stir has boon mode at Not-^ngl�ih fay the uew Roman Catholic bishop, Bagshaw, having done away with the musical boattties of the services ai^ ordered (he matie portion of his flook to''undergo a peqit�ntiai whipping, by stripping tbcmsolvoj) to the waist and striking thcic-fiesh so many timos with a Bort of oot-o'-five-taiig, Laat Sabbath moroiog, io the Brick church. New York. Rev. Dr. Dickson said that, as an officer of tho Prcsbyto Dttvid A. Wells ran 225 votes ahead of his ticket in his Congressional cdh-vass. The plurality against him Was GOO, and the majority 243. He drew largely from the Republican side ond lost on the Democratic. Tho Rcpnbli-cun majority in the district in 1875 was 387, so that Mr. Wells improved 144 votes upon Judge Foster, an axceptioo ally .�trong candidate. This is too good to be lost; The President having informed Attorney-General. Pierrepont of some devolop-mcnts made before the Gran 1 Jury In the Babcock matter, the latter gentleman exclaimed, wenderingly, '-How did you find this out ? The members of the Grand Jury are all sworn not to reveal anything." "That may he," said the PresidefSt, "hut /am not sworn not to hear anything."-St. Louis Glohti. Babcock seems to have moved a good deal in a concentric �ircle. Ho mixed his ways up in quite a confusing manner. George Pawcctt Rowe, in hfc successful play of "Brass," shows a ring of brass metal whenever he t�ll8 a lie, and exclaims-. "Fact. fact.I assure you.' If over Rowe should fall ill, Babcock might be engaged to play the part in a highly realistic manner. Morat Halstead, David A. Wella, Samuel Bowles, Carl Schurz, and Wm M, Grosvenormot in New York a abort time ago. Their deliberatiouB, it is eaid. possess no unusual political significance, there is some talk of a huge political mass-meeting in New York and of oonventmnjjn Philadelphia, July 4, to ratify or disapprove.of npininatioDS for tho Presidency previonsly made. The Knoxville Chronicle Bays that "Southern Congressmen are more oner getio in reviewing dead issues Chan chey are in working for aid to make our rivers navigable and increasing our commercial facilities. Tho utterances of a politician's opinion on the doctrine of State-Rights is of far lesB interest to us than Government ai('. for the improvement of Southern rivers, but a great many of our Congiessmen do not seem to think so." "The old flag and an appropriation" again. hoiiBoiff sUU ;(ite|;4ingi and i� by � WllOf, wfib'ahowB hia patriotism by wiling his shop the "Temple of Lib-e%j| Clothing Su�;e^": J|."h� iB�t*[uuient i�l|<(igflied,.iui ourMdl^ linpw; in tho easli room of ffie^ titate-Uouse, on the lowi)r fioor. Ji appeared in tho inoxt ^jriB^per^(pde bjeid^iwkhan Rdver-tlMa&Rt qf a-uogrS child' f^vti&t who h�d ^ niiHiilek.jMid. BtBaf!-po:<), but5ir�eaot9'' ' "    ----- *"S,mn Board of DomeaUo Mi�(ioi}�, he occupied^ ^iVeHpoiiJienee With mortf than iy�JS to &i9 peo- I^e'iinlal soond^ on'tKo Stbftf JuIt whiiu it # eople ii� the Statb-houso yard by, Jolm Nixon, depqtiBd t9. tJl^e .t�Bi^ by theTSheriff 9rt'^^fi�,''^ m received li iitim ��. ihd conniitteo. Tbd OIK wb|t>fa tl^ reader stood ypt' a ro laad chitted aadi:] greeted the bright guests af a raomest, that the BceMwaa all a hideous phantasmagoria of deceit, that the naked BPori hung by a hair Just above iter stately bead and that at any moment the ghastly bwh^, mine, would glare npun her waits In the ppalled eyji of her blithe company. Whiit iB*t\)o moral of this cermuo 1 The text; indeed, it is not nccetiary to an* nounco. What is it but the old oiie M> .. tlM    tMru, dnlWai4a*d�,aKina�|�i, iMtMsdh ! BMk* loMf .or borro'd'.Boav OB laitc ar nan In*. OfflM b�M Pljttotiftt OtiiBtr Bwk>   , A.W fttiuiir;;' at Law, Oao� te iw rooB, ev*r lsicidc'�t k SiiiilijAor*. Attoritdy atL � PBAltK A. XAS'IEN, X.- �. hyaicf an 18if rjg^eOit 5Mm Id Diodstt  nin-�bioeii, fip'aUtin, J. II, wieoisi^ sr. 19. Rochester D¯at .-A olergynaB at La Crosse was elected ibremah of a .g--      , . 'A a'  '   ' fire company ; but he couldn't command JriiynOiail 8tl7f6Q]l the necessary language, and had to re-i iMMiiVf loiir��        , v.;>ir gicn. Oflk rdw�reitor�,iia4Bt po- Yonke� Gazctle: Onf little girt ^'-^^^^''^^r^" , i y when asked by her mother what jpleaa-^ 4. M. iVMUXHttM. 0.     J ;. nre she was willing to giv^ up during ^t^^^i'*^^ ;: "WiingtoBohool."   ' rliyBiCXail a thousand ministers,, and the report of revivals of religion, �njpyed or in near promise, was almost universal \ unprecedented in modern times. He thought tlic acoesaions to the church would be greater this year than ia any former year of �te history, "Edwin Booth realieed �fi2,000 from hiJii Boutberis tilj^ft" m say tha newspapers.' The Southern Methodiets of the >ioWpb{fl,C9n^ferfi��.jM ^oirrfghly paators liat, year oniy WS.o38 63 Oao ioi(n; seaaon-tiokel' holder in train: *'Yo||:don't have no.) ticket?" "No, I travel �n my looks!" "Then;" aft^r looking"h^ia over, '"probably yon ain't goln tery 'far/'  General 8mile< This eminently GatboHo joke'ia from thft/ruA Oitixm: "Gen. Sb*nii�B, it ia intimated, will go to jBurope next year, where he contemplates a viBit to the Pope. That will be Shermwiiy siecond march to the see." "Are you a Christian?" aaked oiio of] Mr. Moody's aBBietanta �t sa inquiry meeting, of a hard-looking enstoaer who bad taken a frontaeat.  ''No/' bai answered sadly, "I'ta a plumber." case was bopeleas. Saorilegc.--Parish Clerk'a Wlfe{| "Let you into the ehuroh to draw p iu< tenor? I dusn'tdo it. Hies. There waal a party there last year, and do yon know they left a 'orrid DiBBoatiu' trao' tn the rectorfl pew: 1 Eyer Btnce that it'  agi^^ orders.-/AfticA. Alts.'' XOWA; )< ir.s CMIwfoqadi______ I1EII�X H lh*t�M. 0ftM^a�iM�.l�rarfn!4fai|fM ti*i will im VMVMM wRii sMOWaiti Gil; laUr} t!!4,fii%i|,^ �*od nam^ VuldiyjTu the religious oentuB which has bead in courBaoflMiR^taken op, the title wbleb truly beloa�i to them, that of .'Freethiaken.' WiUi dl that; there seems to bo a rovivsl among the truly ea'-'iSMt people, and from them the trator of lii'e nay apread.'V Lady-��Now, Mr. I5i�pp�r, w I aaw you St ohurebhwtStiBdBjr, tell no what y(iflL^t>\>iai,ptant^m pflawhorf" Soap-perr-"Z � tbiDi: he would f^k� a jtm. mri nacrtyr at the'etaiba." ;hnliS"^ my     SJf. Hmjmfr  fk In England they tell how Sankajt a�loh�*itt� �Sruib.�fc(BBi walked up to a greoadiw, and MMn^ ^^^^^TZJL him affe^matelv by tbi Wt.il^S'J l-*flMASM.'XOWA*^ .u, '�Young toan, X likewiso am � Milt a soldier of Heaven." ''Old 'un." retuittr ed the grenadier, /'yo*)'^ A WDg )nf fton* your barmdfa, aqyjiio^,   , Why tho Kng^iah Bhoold be ietfan- Bftf |>6r ally Biogtng "4j\od save the Quomi," Ib      t�H�Vl�� �na more than* �eMonabl�iMn�a� oob� ti  ten in niii^iii'JeMd and esliSng an natives, this 'eVUently fh� iMi^ ^tik^^iii of in Qldtlaflsiatb�(''oyat�riai�'f�ib. ing-wbere'UB:hi^'JwtiM�ldi.',u ri'J;   i, 'VJ.;I. C|is�''ik-Ck>.'Wb1Miid'ii;pttk for JEbi^ Friui'dbeo,.Cai, i�iilt''#iHii>R ��^^tit�mmi, 22,000 i^iindii'bf fMiidit.' SSiy^fotn Ati �<�ti.iliM^*i�t�w
                            

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