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

CtMf .the deqpr gently, BtWIe the breatl, Our little earth angel Is talking with Death Gently he woea her, She wlslfea to stay, Hie arm* are about her— lie hears her away.' Mmic 0011109 floating pawafrua the dome, Angela are chanting' The sweet welcome home Come, stricke Weeper 1 Come to the bed, OAXJ on the sleeper Our Idol dead! 8mootho out the ringlets, Clone the dark eye*, No wonder such beauty Was claim.'d in the skiee Cross* the hands gently, O'er the white breast, 8o like a wild apii it Strayed from the bleat Bear her out ao%, This Idol of oar, Let her grave slumbers Be 'mid the wild fl -wer*. CAPT- JOHN E. i'OOK. This misguifK'd young man, says tho Christian Inteligencer, who with tin* other insurgciitt* of Harper**HVfry, has been condemned to aesitli, we eati not believe to be, in fact, the Ion tin Virginia Court has adjudged him to be in a Crtiilty he, no rtoubt, was, of conjoining with others for the com mission oi crime —guilty, in yielding to the villainous achi-mes of ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 December 1859

O S E S THE SENTINEL IS l'UBLlSHED EVBUY 8ATURDAY, AT UED WING, MINNKSOTA, I E I E & A I N N I S A« Iadepcudeut Democratic Journal DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS .AND RIGHTS 01? !..'. ,.•' TUE MASSES. Aa •Political Journal It will try all meas ure* ami men by the standard ot Democratic principle*, and will submit to no tost but that of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The S*iUi**l will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic-~Kivor and Commercial News—Literary^Matter— -Tales -Biographical and Historical! Sketches, &c, &c, &o. &e. TERMS ov SUBSCRIPTION: (StrieUy i» Ad»anoa.) OneC-pv, 1 yoar $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 your 8 00, Ten 13 Any person settin? up a CVnb of Ten and remitting $1* 0©j will bo entitled to one cof »ratis. 3f" Sub^oripU'ins to (Rubs, must all com mence at the same (lino, mil be strictly in advance. AOEMTS.—Postmasters 0 very where uro au thorized Asrau a for this paper. IN ALL IT3 VARIOUS BRANGHE9, Executed in a snporior manner, and on thea ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 December 1859

an roOSFKCTUti. TEtSffflMI IS PUBLISHED fiVBKV SATURDAY, E WING, MINNKSOTA, I E I & A I S A.a Inaeaeaaeat Democratic Journal DEVOTED Td TlH$ tKTW|sts 4 tyGHTq 0* b„/ ." Tf4j|iil*AlSE8^"' t» .1 'Jfit?:: '•••1 W* .: .-v:Oc If 7T IT 9 aatflfcllttoal ffaataattt wtllt*r all a and men fcy the «t*nUrd ot Democratic priaciple*. and will submit to no toit bnt that of f»«iaecr»tic truth. CONTENTS: The SuUUtl will contain Oongrawlonel. and Lefialativa—Foreign and Domestic --Hi vor aad Comnaereial New»~Lit«rnrv_BitiUer— Talea -Biographical Untoncul Sketchae, A &o., Ac. Ac. in-.., a TERMS of SUBSCRIPTION: (•Urieily i» *!»•»••.) One Copy, yoar 2 00 Six Copies, your- 8 OO, «p«a 15 00 E#* Any pe*«on uottin*- Clnb of Ten and remittinf «1* *, a 111 beentitledto one copf *ratf*. ^f'^nbioripVifh* to'Cluba mnat all com maneV at tho Slitio, bo strictly in advance. AKiENTS.T-PoatiaswtQra everywhere two an thorized Asnn a tor .(hie.uapor. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BHAN0HE3, Executed in a superior mannoT, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 December 1859

ggfWgggfcj E S N I N {JjL. I I I I I A John Brown and it is in sympathyforthis RK» WING, MINN.. DEC. 10, 1S59. WILLIAM O I E 7 O COXKftESSIONAT. A NO LEGISLAT IVE: SUMMARY. We publish the proceedings of the Sen ate in order to show what a feeling the Harper's Ferry Insurrection has caused.- Remarks of Sens. Hunter and Mason will be found of great interest. The Houso was a scene of the greatest excitement and confus ion. Neither party has held a nominating caucus and the first ballotforspeaker was yery scattering Sherman receiving 66, Bo cock 86, Grow 45, Botelier 14. several oth othcio, one or two. After the ballot Mr. Grow withdrew his name. Members all present but six—all Southerners. The ballots have up to the 8th inst. been cast for Sherman, Bocock and I'otelier. The auti Lecompton Democrats generally voting foi. Bocock. Sherman's highest voto 107.— Necessary to a choice 117. John Brown has prevented a union between the Repub licans and South Americans, so that no Republican spe...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 December 1859

Tj'l'.' *«.•• THK SKNTtNl^.l PVktltuiiii BT I E I I I A MAOI RED AVIXG, MINN.. DEC. W»rUAM COL" ILL, JR., EDIT OR CilSGrtESMION \I AN1 LEGISLAT IVE: SUMMARY. We publish the proceedings of the Sen ate in order to show whit a feeling the Harper's Perry Insurrection has caused.— Remarks of Sens. Hunter am) Mason will be found of great interest. The House was scene of the greatest excitement and confus ion. Neither party ha* held a nominating caucus and the first ballot for speaker was yery scattering Sherman receiving 66, Bo. cock 86, Grow 45, Botelier 14. several oih othct*, one or two. After the ballot Mr. Grow withdrew his name. Members all present but six—all Southerners. The ballots have up to the 8th inat. been cast for The contest for the 8enatorship i« exceed ingly warm. McClure's chances best. JOHN DROWN. a* Sherman, Bocock and Fotelier. The ami Lecompton Democrats generally voting for. Bocock. Sherman's highest vote 107. Necessary to a choice 117. John Brown has prevented a u...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 December 1859

LETTER or Mm. DOYLE—One of John Brown's consolations "To John Brown, commander of the army at Harper's Ferry, Gharlestown, Jeff erson county, Va. Care of jailor, Charles town. CBATTANOOA, Tenn., Nor. 20.1859. "JOHX BROWN: Sir—Although vengeance is not mine, I confess thot I do feel gratified to hear that you were stopped in your fiendish career at Harper's Ferry, with the loss of your two sons. Tou can now appre ciate my distress in Kansas, when you then and there entered my house at midnight, and arrested my husband and two boys, and took them out of the yard, and in cold blood shot them dead in my hearing. You can't say you done it to ftee slaves we had none, and never expected to own one, but hss only made me a poor widow, with help less children: While 1 feel for you, I do hope and trust yon will meet your just re ward. Oh, how it pained my heart to hear the dying groans of my husband and children. If this scrawl gives you any con solation you are welcome to it. MAHALA DOYLE. MI...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 December 1859

Lrrrat or MB*. DOTLK—One of John Brown's consolations "To John. Brown, commander of the army at Harper** Ferry, Charlestown, Jeff erson county, Va. Care of jailor, Charles town. CHATTAITOOA, Tenn., Nor. 20.1859. "JOHN BROWN: Sir—Although vengeance is not mine, I confess thot I do feel gratified to hear that you were stopped in your fiendish career at Harper's Ferry, with the loss of your two suns. Ton can now appre ciate my distress in Kansas, when yon then and there entered my home at midnight, and arrested my husband and two boys, and took thorn out of the yard, and in cold blood shot them dead in my hearing. You can't say you done it to free slaves we had none, and never expected to own one, but has only made me a poor widow, with help less children: While 1 feel for you, I do hope and trust you will meet your just re ward. Oh, how it pained my heart to hear the dying groans of my husband and children. If this scrawl gives you any con eolation you are welcome to it. MAHALA Dora M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 December 1859

From tho N. Y. Musi, id WotlEL. E S I E S 11V BLANCHE D'ABTOIS. When the waves of life are bitter, And tho billows roiling high, And no stars above us glitter, Sacre Marie, hear our cry By thy Son, who reigns in glory— By the Saints who now adore thee— By the bleeding hearts Siefore thee, JJosa Mysfica, we cry. When the tilings of time prove anguish And we'd lay us down to die, And for spirit food we languish, Sacre Marie, hear our cry 15y thy Son, who reign* in glory. When the sands of life are failing And death's film o'erspreads the eye, An:l our latest prayer is wailing, Sacre Marie, hear our cry By thy Son. who reigns in glory— By the saints whi now adore thee— By the bleeding hearts before thee, llosa Mys'ica, we cry. A CROW l)INNi:i:. W heard an amusing story the other day of a novel feast that we do not recollect to have seen in print. It is too good to be lost, and although it may certainly lose in our telling, we may succeed in giving tho point. Shortly after the war with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 December 1859

•I From the N. Y.'Musirnl World. E S S BY BLANCHE U'ABTOIS. When the waves of life are bitter, And the billows rolling high, And no stars above us glitter, Sacre Maria, hear our cry By thy Son, who reigns in glory— By the Saints who now adore thee— By the bleeding hearts before thee, Hose Mystica, wo cry. When the things of time prove anguish And we'd lay us down to die, And for spirit food we languish, Sacre Marie, hear our cry By thy Son, who reign* in glory. When the sands of life are failing And death's film o'erspread* the eye, An 1 our latest prayer is wailing, Sacre Marie, hear our cry I By thy Son. who raigns in glory— By the saints who now adore thee— By the, bleeding hearts before thee, llofa Mys'ica, we cry. A enow DINNER. Wv heard an amusing ^tory the other day of a novel feast that we do not recollect to have seen in print. It is too good to be lost, and although it may certainly lose in our telling, we may succeed in giving the point. Shortly after the war with Great B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 December 1859

OSPBCTVS. THE SENTINEL 13 1-UBLI8HED KVEKY SATURDAY, AT MED WING, MINNESOTA I E I E A A I N N I S A Ia4«»ea4ea Demecratie Jaaraa DEVOTED TO TH I INTERESTS AND RIGHTS 0 THE MASSE8. At a Political Journal it will try til arss and men by the standard ot Democratic arlncipU*. and will submit to no test but that •f Democratic truth. CONTEST T8: The 6**ti*«l will contain Congressional and LsginUlivs—Foreign and Domestic— Kivcr and Commercial news—Literary Matter— Tales-Biograpaioal a Historical Sketch?*, A A Ac. TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION: (Sutetiy ia ACTMM.) One Copy-1 year 9 Six Copies, 1 year 8 00 Ton 15 °o pf»" Any person getting np a Club'of Ten and remitting ,1 entitled to one eory *r»ti». iabsripti»ns to Clnhs must all com reenie st the sami time, »nl be strictly In atfv&ftee. .ViH^ CJ*.—Postmiwtars eworvwhero are an thoriasd Agjn for tins p»pur. IN A'.L ITS VA*I9'J1 R1AM3HE1, EiecuUl ia a snp3rior manner, and on thea shortest notice. HL \«K«l.«W»rranty. (Jilt-Claim .Special Warrant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 December 1859

m*m rtecrvs. THE SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED JBV2MT SATURDAY, AT ME WIWCJ, Mllf If ESOTA, BT E I E A A I N N I S Aft laAeaeaSea Democratic Jenraa DEVOTED TO I INTERESTS AND BIGHTS OF TUX MASSE8. A a Political Journal it will try all meas •rea and men by the standard or Democratie principle*, and will submit to no teat bat that Democratic trath. O N E S Tba &**ti*4l will contain Congressional and Lagjnlariva Tirrtirn and Domaatic—Biver aad Commercial Nawa—Literary Matter— Teles—Biograpeioal a Historteal Sketch *, A A Ac. Ac. TBitsfs O S S I I O N (SutaUr ia ASVftM*.) On* Copy. 1 year 2 At 8U Copies, I ye»r-.« 8 00 Tea 15 00 OT Any person getting np a Clnb'of Ten and rjmittlng fl 0». *iH be entitled to one eofy *rati*. iub.erlptinna to Cluha must all oora rasnoe at the sarai time, »id Da strictly In advaiN?*. A14S I'S.—Postimwters ewarywhore are an thoriaad A*.in -a for thta papur. i»%% I in mnii IN A'.L ITS VAtlO'J B1AN3HES, Xiecutei ia a anparior manner, and on the shorteat notice. II...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 December 1859

Mil For the Sjufine'.* ClllUSr.UASCAKOI. Foil TUB OHILUKKS. Merry, merry Chrislmafl, Ye have come again May good will and friendship Mark your joyous reign. Ye have come in beauty Decked in wreaths of snow, With jour frosted jewels Gleaming on yourbrow, And with .shining garment* Draping hill and dale, While the flailing fountain, Wears a crystal veil— And like fairy Augers, .,.r, .... .^|j forests through, Hang the silver traceries From each leafless bough. Ye have come in gladness. With a voice of mirth *b Shedding your rich blessings, On the sons of earth. Welcome! welcome Christmas! How each young heart bounds, With your friendly greetings, And your merry aounds Heap the blazing embers On the glowing hearth, Draw the curtains closely. Hush your gladsome mirth, rtncTfrl tellyouchifdren, Of the Savior's birth, How he came from heaven, Down, to dwell on earth. O'er Judra'ts past ues, Stars were gleaming bright, 8hepherds there reclining, WatchedTtheir flocks at night When a gloriou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 December 1859

•'i in HI agasa cu a -r BSBBBJ For the Sontine'.* A CURIHTXA8 CABOI.. FOB TUB OHlLDKKM. Merry, merry Christina*, Te have come again May good will and friendship Mark'your jnyoua-reign. Ye have come in beauty 'Decked in wreaths of snow. With your frosted jewels .. -Gloaming on your brow, And with shining garments Draping hilt and date. While the flashing fountain, Wears a crystal veil— And like fairy fingers, All the forests through, Hang the silver traceries »•*••»-*•.•' From each leafless bough. Ye have come in gladness. With voice of mirth -Shedding your rich blessings, .« On the sons of earth. Welcome! welcome Christmas! How each young heart bounds, With your friendly greetings, And your merry sounds Heap the biasing embers On the glowing hearth, Draw the curtains closely, Hu«h your gladsome mirth.. ... w*" AitffW tell you children, Of the Savior's birth, How he came from heaven, Down, to dwell on earth. .. OCT Jutta's pastu es, Stars were gleaming bright, Shepherds there reclini...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 December 1859

1»* For the Santine'.* A uiawTJiAatAiioj.. a TUK OHILUHKM. Men/, merry Christmas, Te have coin* again May good Will and friendship Mark your joyou* reign. Ye have come in beauty Deehed in wreathe of snow, With your frosted j^vel* .. -vfjleaining on your brow, And with shining garments Draping hilt and dale. While the flashing fountain, Wears a crystal veil— And like fairy Augers, All the forests through, Hang the silver traceries From each leafless bough. T* have Come in gladness, With a voice of mirth ft 'Shedding your rich blessings. On the sons of earth. Welcome! welcome Christmas! How each young heart hounds, With your friendly greetings, And your merry sounds Heap the biasing embers On the glowing hearth, Draw the curtains closely, Hush your gladsome mirth in W Of the Savior's birth, How he came from heaven, Pown, to dwell on earth. $ er Judta'l pasta es, "'*'_' Stars were gleaming bright, 8hepherds there reclining, Watehedftheir flocks at night When a glorious brightness, 1U B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 December 1859

--mo ifKtnantT.e.\w«. Due. 20.—The U, 8. steamer Brooklyn arrived here today, bringing minister Mc Lane's family, also bringing the ratified treaty with the Juarez government. The treaty which wu ratified oa the 14th pro •ides for the right ofway across the Tehaun tepec, from the Rio Grande to Mazatlan, and from Guayma* to Ariaonia, with ware houses at the termini of the transmit. All goods between the Atlantic and Pacific States shall pass duty free, and our troop*, Military storesand munitions of war, are to .paisover the isthmus of Tehauntenee andUviUtUu. through Sonera, the same as those ofMexico The neutrality of the transmit is guaran teed by both governments. The U.S. with or without the consent of Mexico, procures the right to protect the transits and property, by forces. Perfect religious liberty is guaranteedand there shall be ne forced loans on ourunless citizen*. A supplements! convention permits the intervention of the United States to protect our citizens and to enforc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 December 1859

riKMfm.IT UHI.KCWC Doc. 20.-.TneU, B. stumer Brooklyn arrived bora today, bringing minisier Mc LooCs family, also bringing the ratified treaty with the Juarez government. The treaty which was ratified oa the 14th pro Tidesfortherightof way across the Tehaun tepec, from the Bio Grande to Mssatlan, and Irem Guayssa* to Ariaonia, with ware hoaxes at the termini of the transmit. All goods hetweea the Atlanta and Pacific States shall pasi duty free, and our troop*, military storesand munitions of war, are to pass ever the isthmus of Tehauntepee andtsvttsUsas. through Sonora, the same as those of Mexico The neutrality of the transmit is guaran teed by both governments. The U.S. with or without the consent of Mexico, procures the right to protect the transits and property, by forces. Perfect religious liberty is guaranteed and 'there shall he ne forced loans on ourunless citizen*. A supplemental convention permits the intervention of the United States to pritect our eitiiens and to enforce...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 December 1859

cofltyB,IN ANIaiii T/niE uouu. Oil! do not stand aiTIoiig oiiTCiile, Why need you be so ah* The people's eyes are open,' John, As they art passing by ".. You cannot tell what they may think, They've said strange thing!* before And if you wish to talk awhile, Cone in and shot the door 1 Witil MUCH a bfenrulantile .•• Ton said when ladies whispered No, They meant Yos" all the while My father, too, will Welcome you, I tol'l you that before It doesn't look well standing here— Come in and abut the door! You Hay I iliu not answer you To* what you said last night: I beard your question in the daik— Thought on it in the light And now my lip* shall utter what My heart has said before, Yes, dearest, I—but stay a while— Come in and shut the door! 1 1 l.ii 1 AtVisWw THE OLD III.UK LAWS. The following which wc here insoft, **ir%fc itrtiid of the "Blue Laws'' of Connecticut—they may be quite a cu riosity to many of our readers: The Governors nnd Magistrates, convened in General Assembly, are in W...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 December 1859

CH^K IIV ,1Nl» Sit 1 E UOOIt. Oh do not sUni soloiijj ouVTuIe, Why neoxl you be so any The peopled eyes are open,' John, Aa they art passing by '.. You cannot tell what they may think, They've said strange thing* before Ami if you wish to talk awhile, Come ia and shot the door I £'t Say, do not any, No,.thank you, Jane,' With seen a bfehfiil smile &» Too said when ladies whispered No," They meant Yes" all the while My father:ton, will welcome you, I told you that before It doesn't look well standing here— Come in and shut the door! You *ay I iiiu not answer you ft f^p/ what,yon aaid last night: I heard your question in the daik— Thought on it in the light And now my lip* shall utter what My heart has said before, Yes, dearest, I—but stay awhile— Comp in and shut the door! tm&B As'f'aW TUP OL III.UK LAWS. The following which we here insert, ****&*'VtNM of the "Blue LnwV* of Connecticut—they may be quite a en riositytomany of our readers: Gove The 'Governora and Magistrate...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 December 1859

Oh do DOtsUnii yoloiis oiiTTide, Whj neWd you-% Th* people's eye* are open, John, ... Aatheyave^ngby! You cannot tell what they nay think. They** strange things before Anil il yon wish to talk awhile, (. Oean* ia and shot the door M*A'* *Y»X..do not jay. No,, thank you, Jane/- rMh^.^hfolfti^l TU too laid when ladies whisperer] No? They meant Yes" all the while Hy 1ark«n:t««. wjtt welcome yoo, I toM you that before It doesn't look well standing here Come in and abut, the door! You .**y I ilio* hdt answer yoa A A Whatjo« aaW kut night: I heard your question in the dai k— Thought on it in the light And now mj lip* shall utter what My id .. ^•nsnuinion^ with one of the church,e allowed in this doiniiffonY .-• ?r No one shall hold any office unle^ i^iiti#a\ iJLnlJwii«le^e vote for such a person shall pay a'fine of 20s., for the.first offence, awLfor '-'the second shall b'e^isfrancliised'. $o, JEaeUnirfcentan shiili swear by tluy *hlessed God .to' bear true alliance to •^thiseJloitifrtiiS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 7 January 1860

O S E S TH E SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED EVEKV SATURDAY, AT ItED WIX MINNESOTA, BY I E I E & A I N N I S An Independent Democratic DEVOTKD TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS Journal J-JANS MATT30N, A to at a OP THE MASSES. As a Political Journal it will try all meas ure* and men by the standard of Democratic principles, and will submit to no test but that of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The fonliitd will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domcstie--Kivcr andCommercial Sawa—Mt«rary Matter- Tales -liiographicul and ilistorK-al Sketches, &C, &c, «fee. &c. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Strictly in Adfanee.) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Copies, l'ycar S 0 Ten 15 00 X&T Any person setting np a Olnb of Ten and remitting '•'•, will bo entitled to one •ory gratis. £jy?3tib*3ripti6ns to Clubs must all cora msnae at tits samj tlma, and be strictly inmanner.d advance. A'»EMT8.—Postmasters everywhere are au thorized Agen' a for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Executed in a...

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