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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 23 July 1859

Judge Wu Y. Gbohm, the-recently nominated candidate of the Black Republi in Ohio, WM once a citizen of Missis sippi, and large slaveholder, We was nom inated by Wade, Ford, Tom* Corwin and Giddings. The Democraticfltatfo Convention of Wis consin will meet at Madison on the 24th of August. The State election takes place in November, at which time delegates to the National Convention, to be held in Charles ton in I860, will he electee'. a MINN A leading Democratic paper in Kansas| •ays that if the Republican party will con- .» A The members of the bar in New York, Boston and other parts of the Union, areing holding meetings and drafting appropriate resolutions lauding the character and la-Ramsey menting the death of Hon. Rums Choate. In the case of Catherine N. Forest vs. Ed win Forest, the Judge has decided that the motion argued to grant alimony and coun sel fees for plaintiffs, should be granted, de fendant to pay $200 per mouth, and $1500 toward counsel fees and reference. Lynn Bo...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 23 July 1859

TUSN&Ujft. Judge W« I Qfaohn, I DJ aaaafcwUd candidate of taw Blaok RepoMi nana in Ohio, was one* W of Hiafls rippi, and targeslaveholder, ?.He was nom inated by Wade, Ford ToWCorwto and OkUings. The B^ocrat»€ta*e Convention of WU eousra will meet at Madison on the 24th of Aigust. The State election takei place :n Novenrber, «t which tin* delegates to the National Convention, to be held in Charles, ten in 1860, will be elected. A leading Democratic paper in Kansas say* thai if the Republican party will con' ttnaeto endorse Greeley as its embodiment, ha need not come to that Territory again, aa ear victories will be easily won. Oar news from Europe this week, win be fband particularly interesting. Prussia has Made overtures to France without a proba bility of their being accepted. The Russian army ready to march at a moment's warn ing, and it ia Tory likwly that Turkey rights. 7will aeon be involved tn the broil, while England ia watchiug Napoleon wiih anxious eyes. The news from...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 23 July 1859

Minimum ,11 am I II SOUTHERN 8HVTU1INT W commend the following to thoso ind viduals who think that Judge Douglas has no friends at the South, and thnt il is al ready determided in advance that ho cannot be nominated at the Charleston Convention Extract from a letter to the editor of theKxainine Washington State*, dated fj«j A O N, Ga., June 30, 1859. S A know that a negotiation is on foot. The ba- sic, then we pronounce it music indeed, sis of it, we understand, is pecuniary aid .-.~~~.^-..-~-_^ from the United State in consideration of is, nevertheless, truth in it and the next steamer may briiL» Lardo de Tejada or Gan. Degollado to mako the arrangement. PI:TTIXG THE NK(,II» ABOVK RU E Fou-Yachting. EIO*EII.—The Cleveland (Ohio) llemitt, a leading Black Rcpublicun paper, says "We unhesitatingly aver that seven-tenths of the foreigners in our land, who bow injoy obedience to the will of the Pope of Home, are not as intelligent as the full-blooded Africans of our State—we will not in...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 23 July 1859

SOUTJOSJUf 81NT1MCNT W commend the folio ring to those indi riduala think that Judge Douglas has no friends at the South, and that il is al ready determided in advance that he cannot be nominated at the Charleston Convention: Extract from a letter to the editor of the Washington State*, dated Vl7.il/: "MACON, Ga., June 30,1859. The Conationion, I perceive, is out upon the letter of Judge Douglas, and no doubt by authority. Now, sir, as one of your sub scribers, do let me beg you to come to his defence. You have told the people of the fearful contest abend with Seward, the tal ented, the reckless, the admit tactician as leader of the Black Republicans, backed bv Exeter Hall and British' gold. In this you are a faithful sentinel on the watch-tower but can you he 'ess faithful in shielding one of the' noblest champions Democracy ever bad. from blows dealt by fratricidal hands? What does it concern the country if there is a quarrel between the Cabinet and Judge Douglas Or what do the pe...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 23 July 1859

A KISS A* ITS CON&felJL'NCES. ner ol Poo's Raven—only more so:] dam. Said I, piy pretty, miss, Let me have a little kiss," And I reeled in the Mi**, liioh and metier. "Just help yourself to more Said she, tripping o'er the floor," And b&CKffig toward the door 01 the cellar. .i I never saw the trap Till 1 fell through it "k«rslap," And you should have seen me "drap,' Through the hole. Full tweity feet I fell— How I struck I cannot tell But I sent up such a yell, On my soul, That the girl thought I was dying, And at once set up a crying For the old man, who wp,s trying, Not far off, To mend a broken pump. He turned, ana with a jump Cleared a shed, and tumbled plump In a trough! But what has this to do With the stoiy, which is true As the gospel, old or new With a hop Ho came up, inquired tho matter, Whence tho screaming and clatter?" Bo had half a mind to rap her On the top Of her head. She meekly pointed Down the steps where I. disjointed Lay, with grease and mud anointed, On...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 23 July 1859

A Kisa AND A S S S S E S Blizzard," A CaHfurniaii. relates the fol lowing, in an epistle in which ho endeavors to prove -and dt*—that anvbody can write poetry." I it agenMomething alter the man ner ol Poo'* Ku ven—only more so:] Said I, ft piy, pretty mias^ Let me have a little kiss," .And revoled in the bliss, --, never saw the trap O.I Hich and meller. Jnfet Help yourself to mows'' Said- sheVuri'pping o'er the heoif* And bitclt.'ug toward the door Of the cellar. '.'ii Till 1 fell through it ".kerslap,' And you should have seen me 'Strap," Through thtr hole. ••. I'ArJ Full tweity feet I fell How I struck I cannot tell— But I sent up such a yell, On my soul, That tho girl thought I was dying, And at once aet up a crying For the old man, who WAS trying, Not far off, To mend a broken pump, lie turned, ana with a jump Cleared a shed, and tumbled plump In a trough! But what has this to do With the stoiy, which is true As the gospel, old or new With a hop Be came up, inquired tho matter,...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 30 July 1859

raOSPECTUS. THE SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY, AT E WING, MINNESOTA, BT I E I E & A O I N N I S Joarnal I*4epea4eat Democratic DEVOTED THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS TO 01? THE MASSES. As Political Journal it will try all uieaa «N« and men by the standard of Democratlo principle*, and will submit to no teat but that of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—River and Commercial News—Literarv Matter— Tales Biographical a Historical Sketches, A & &o. Ac. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. (Strictly it Advaaw.) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 "•x 8 00 15 oo a Clnb of Ten Si Copies, 1 year Ten 'tap*Any person gcttinir np and remitting $16 00, will be entitled to one copy «r«tis. HP* Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the samo time, and be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters 'everywhere are an thorised Agen's for this pnper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES* Executed in a superior manner, and on the shortest notice. BU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 30 July 1859

T-HE 1'1'BLlSliKli HT I E I E I Si A I N N I S RED WING, MIXX., JULY 30. 1359. W ^_LA COLVILL dB., EDITOR J3F" Ar.KNTrt.—C. II. driven, 68 Dearborn Street, Chicago, is authorized to receive adver tisements tr this paper. POSTMASTKIIS. everywhere, are our authorized Agonta. No paper mailed till the subscription price is remitted. 12 O A STATE CONVENTION A Demcratie State Convention will be he'd at the City of St, Paul, in the Senate Chamber of VWSSKS? 1 That the whole proceedings were farcicle and ridiculous in the extreme, on? can suf ficiently perceive by their candidates and their platform. Of the nomination for Governor, the only rctpictM* nomination made by the conven tion, we shall have considerable to say be tween now and election, and will only now suggest a few of the leading points for and against him. First, he is well known and is possessed of fist rate executive talent and ability. This cannot be denied. He is also a man of fine personal attractions he is portly grave an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 30 July 1859

OXTT DIRECTORY. RED WING CHURCHES. KPI8COFAL. Casisr CUCBOH—on Main, (between Bush A Plum street*). Services at 10W A. M. and P. M. Rev. £. K. Wells, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. EIBST PSIBBYTIRIAN—on Sixth street, (near the Court House). Servi es at 10V A. MY, and 7 P.M. Rev. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. MsTBottisT EriscorAL—corner of East A ve nae and Fourth street. Services of the Bab bath at 10W A. M., and ?X P. M. Sunday Senool at 2 P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8){ o'clock. Rev. Jsbes Brooks, Pastor—residence on East Avenue. OBBXAM METHODIST—corner of Broadway A Fourth street. Service at \0}4 A. M., and 7 P. M. Rev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor. LUTHERAN. Swans LVTHXBAN Cm BOH—en Fifth street. Services at 10W A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching every Wednesday evening at7 o'clock. Rev. C. Boren, Pastor. RED WING POST OFFICE. HOVBS or OBLIVBBT OB MAILS. On Sundays, from 9 to 10 A. M. On week day*, from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. BOOBS OB ARBIVAL AMD OBFABTVBB, AMD TIMB OB CLOSING MAILS. Red W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 30 July 1859

4« 14 E UNDE VOii I N E FIGHT. BY DAVID BAKKKK. 1 know that the world, the great, big world, From the peasant up to the king, Hai a different t»lefromthe talc I tell, And a different song to sing. Butforme—and 1 care not a tig If the/ say I am wrong or am right— shall go in fur the weaker dog, For the under dog in the fight. I know that the world, the great, big world,sel. Will never for a moment stop To tee which dog may be in the fault, But will shout for the dog on top. But for me, I shall never pause to ask Which dog may be in the right, For my heart will beat, while it beats at nil, For the under dog in the fight. Perchance what I've said, I'd better said, Here's health to the bottom dog. A medical friend says that, Tar tar emetic is productive" of retched ness. —The kindness bestowed by a mannot i* better when done from henevolence than prudence. A man can get along without ad vertising, and so can a wagon wheel without grease—but it goes hard. The most contemptible charac ter...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 30 July 1859

HE UNDEB DOA IN THE.FIGHT. BY DAVID BABKBR. I know that the world, the great, big world, From the peasant up to the king, Baa a diffarant tolafromthetolaI tall, And a diffarant song to aing. Butformr—and 1 care not a tig If they iay am wrong or am right— I ahall go inforthe weaktr dog, For the under dog in the fight. I know that the world, the great, big world, Will neverfora moment atop To ate which dog may be in the fault, Bat will aboutforthe dog on top. Butforme, I shall never pause to ask Which dog may be in the right, For my heart will beat, while it beats at all, For the under dog in the fight. Perchance what I've said, I'd better not laid, Or 'twere batter I had said it incog., But with heart and with glass filled chock to the brim, Here'a health to the bottom dog. WIT AND WISDOM. How may a man always become forehanded? By keeping his hands in hie breeches pockets. A medical friend says that Tar tar emetic is productive of retched neaa. The kindness bestowed by a man better ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 6 August 1859

0 9 9 Tfifi SENTIMLl 18 PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY, A BS WING, MINNESOTA, I E I E 4 A I N N I S Am Independent Democratic Journal DXVOTXD TO THE INTERESTS AND EIGHTS Of THE MASSES. A* Political Journal it will try all nres and men by ths standard of Democratic) principles, and wiO submit to no test but that of Dtmoeratie truth. CONTENTS: Tho Stnti/ul will contain Congressional and Legislstire—Foreign and Domestic—Rivar and Commercial News—Literary Matter- Tales-Biographical and Historical Sketches, Ac., Ac Ao. Ac. TKBMS OP 8UB8CBIPTION: (SttWU? la ilfiiN.) One Copy, 1 year $ S 00 Sis Copies, 1 year 8 00 Ten ......... 15 00 tar Any person getting up a Club of andreuHtttng it 00, will be entitled to copy trails. %f Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the same time,* and be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters everywhere are an thorised Agent* for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Executed in a superior manner, and on the shortest, notice. BLANKS.—Warranty, Quit-Claim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 6 August 1859

i' ^iiotrBcrut. %B& SENTJJSEi If PUBUSHBP BVSBY SATURDAY AT WING* MINNESOTA, I E I E A MAQINNIS. As Iadepeadeat DOtaoeratJe Journal DBVOTSD tO THl INTBBB8T8 AND EIGHTS Of THB MAB8XS. a As a Political Jonrnallt will try all mtu arte A by A standard of Democratio rntnelahM, aad wltt submit to no tort but that •f Dmoermtie truth. CONTENTS: The Smti»tl will contain Oonpttrtonat and an Domestic—Biver Legislative—Foreign and Commercial Newt—Literary Matter— Historical Tales-Biographical and Sketch**, Ac., Ac At. At. TBBMSOV SUB8CBIPTIOX: (ttotaCj i«ruM.) Oat Copy, 1 ytar $ 8 00 Six Coplss, 1 year 8 00 A ........ 15M OTwAny perton getting en 4 Chtb of Ton aslreautung $10 00, wUl bo entitled to ont ceryeratts. 'Subscriptions to Clubs must all com a« tat aame time,* and bo ttrietly in advenes. AGtHTt.—Postmature everywhere art an thorlstd Agendaforthla paper. IN ALL I VARIOUS BRANCH S Executed in a eaperior manner, and on the shortest notice. BLANKS.—Warranty, Quit-Clalm,8peelal Warranty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 6 August 1859

wm O^T" The Washington correspondence of theN. Tme$, says the Pout Office De* partment having determined to resume the investigation into the alleged official mis conduct of the Postmaster at Chicago, two special agents have been dispatched thither for that purpose. They already in timate that their report will contain some rich disclosures, as they have discovered evidence which will astonish Postmaster General Holt. Considerable excitement is said to prevail in Chicago. The Constitution will be radically anti slavery, but differs from the Leavenworth iustrument, inasmuch as it does not extend the right of suffrage to negroes. The State legislature will consist of 72 representatives and 21 Senators. The business of the con vention has been disposed of with tolerable expedition the question of apportionment and a temporary capital being the only measures which offered serious obstacles. Topeka has been selected as the temporary capital ofthe State, Lawrence being a com petitor. The ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 6 August 1859

THE Iff W*. OCT The Washington correspondence of theft f. 7m*,sftys0» Post Office De* pertinent having determined to resume the investigation into the alleged official mis conduct of the Postmaster at Chicago, two special agents have been dispatched thither for that purpose. They already in timate that their report will contain some rich disclosures, as they have discovered evidence which will astonish Postmaster General Holt. Considerable excitement is said to prevail in Chicago. The Hartford, Conn., Post says: The fact that over two hundred Democratic pa pers at the West openly advocate the nom ination of Senator Douglasforthe Presidency is a telling indication of his immense popu larity there. A gentleman of this city, and a Republican too, who has just returned from a tour in the Western States, informs us that there is a perfect furore for Douglas there among the Democracy, and that the universal and the only sentiment among them is that Stephen A. Douglas will be the next Pres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 6 August 1859

E WING E S EPISCOPAL. CiRitt CHCBOB—nn Mam, (between Bush A Plum •treats). Services at 10W A. M. And 7 P. M. Rev. R. Wells, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. FIBST PBISBYTBBUX—on Sixth street, fnear the Court House). Servi es st nf A.M., and P. M. Rev. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. MBVHOOIST EriscoPAL—corner of last Ave nae and Fourth street. Services of the Bab bath at 10W A. M., and 7W. P. M. Sunday Scnool at 2 P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8W. o'clock. Rev. Jabes Brook*, Pastor—residence on East Avenue. GXBMAM MBVBOOIBT—corner of Broadway A Fourth street. Service- at low A. M., and 7 P. M. Rev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor. LUTHERAN. SWBOB LUTHBBAM C'HCBCH—en Fifth street. Services at 10W A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching •very Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev C. Boron, Pastor. E WING POST O I E BOVBB Or DBLIVBBV OF MAILS. On Sundays, from 9 to to A. M. On week days, from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. aocas or ABBIVAL AND OBVABTUBB, AHD TIMB or OLOSmO MAILS. Red Wing to La Crosse, Wisconsin—1 eaves...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 6 August 1859

5H—tssBSSsaaeassBssssm THE HAUVtST UYMM. God of the rolling year! To Thee Our songs shall rise, whosa bounty pours In many a goodly gift With free And liberal hand, our autumn stores No firstlings of our flock we slay, No soaring clouds of incense rise, But on thy hallowed shrine we lay Our grateful hearts in sacrifice. Borne on thy breath, the lap of spring Was heaped with many a blooming flowei And smiling summer joyed 'to bring The sunshine and the gentle shower An autumn's rich luxuriance now The ripening seed, the bursting shell, The golden sheaf and laden bough The fullness of thy bounty tell. No menial throng, in princely dome, Here wait a titled lord's behest But many a fair and,peaceful liome Hath won thy peaceful dove a guest No groves of balm our fields adorn, No myrtle shades or orange bowers, But rustling meads of golden corn And fields of waving grain are oure. Safe in thy care, the landscape o'er, Our flocks and herds securely stray, No tyrant master claims our store,...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 6 August 1859

1 I UJJfcYJOsT JaYHM. God of the rolli&x J* I Thee Our songs ahnll lis^rwhoaybounty pours ID many a goodly gift, With free And liberal band, our autumn stores N firstlings of our flock we slay, N soaring clouds of incense rise, But on thy hallowed shrine wo lay Our grateful hearts in sacrifice. Borne on thy breath, the lap of spring Was heaped with many a blooming flowei And Smi)ios summer joyed to bring The sunshine and the gentle shower An autumn's rich luxuriance now The ripening seed, the bunting shell, The golden sheaf and laden bough The fullness of thy bounty ton. No menial throng, in princely dome, Here wait a titled lord's behest But many a fair and.peaceful home Hath won thy peaceful dove a guest No groves of balm our fields adorn,' No myrtle shades or orange bowers, But rustling meads of golden corn And fields of waring grain are oura. Safe in thy care, the landscape o'er, Our flocks and herds securely stray, No tyrant master claims our store, N ruthless robber rends ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 August 1859

PROSPECTUS. THE SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY, AT E WING I N N E 8 0 A BT LITTLEFIEL A MAGINNIS. Am Independent Democratic Journal DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OP THE MASSES. As a PoliticslJournal it will try all raeas un« and men by the standard ot Democratic principles, and will submit to no teat bnt that of Democratic truth. O N E N S The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—River and Comraeroial News—Literary Matter- Tales—Biographical a Historical Sketches, A A Ac. Ac. TERMS 0 7 SUBSCRIPTION: (Slifetly in Adranat.) One Cony, year- $ 8 00 Six Copies, 1 yea*.-. .»•••• 8 00 T«u 15 00 HP" Any person, getting up a Club of Ten and remitting $16 00, will bo entitled to one «opy gratis. Hf~ Subscriptions to. Clubs must all com mence at the same time,« and bo strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters everywhere are au thorized Agen',8 for this paper. fcfcfc% IAS 1S^ IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANOHE3, Executed in a superior manner, and on thea s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 August 1859

ALL SORTS OF ITEMS. I LIEUT.GKNERAI. PKOCTOK,WIIO roin-j mantled the 83d Regiment at the bat- .,„ tie of Port Erie and subsequent opera.] tions on the Canadian frontier, died in Wales, recently. Ix the Constitution formed for Kan sas, women are allowed to vote in school matters. They may vote for officers, school taxes, and everything partaining to the organization of the common schools, equally with men. Two or three days ago a negro girl stole a parasol in Brooklyn, and was soon after arrested. Her excuse before the magistrate was that the sun was spoiling her complexion. E receipts of wheat, at Chicago for the week ending August 1, were 5,031,000 bushels, against 13,950,090 bushels for the eoresponding week last year. The shipments were in about the same proportion. —The millers ofMnscatine are of fering 55 and 75 cents a bushel for new wheat on immediate delivery. Not much had been brought into market as yet E Jury in the case of the State vs. S. M. BOOTH, for seduction, which h...

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