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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 26 March 1859

PEACE Oil WAR. S S & nr tha good offices **S"a' If wo may judgo by late occurrences in hurope, the situation of affairs there tends more directly to war than Ht any time since the beginning of the existing troubles. The c'rcular addressed by the Government of Prance to the prefects of the several depart ments, assuring them of the determination of the Emperor to Ibdk Iwyoiid the merely material interests of the country and to en gage in.war if necessary, to maintain the public honor and dignity, and authoiatively declaring such a course that which should to urged uu tii- atteuu«»« and favor of the people by editors of Journals, is a more war like indie itioti iliau all the active prepara tions which have been made. It gives us a glimpse behind the scenes, disclosing the machinery by which the Emperor would create or form puWic opinion, or ascertain how far ho raty venture in the count, of,subserip'ions foreign conquest and general dictation which he has so long and SO ardently d...

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. — 26 March 1859

1. O. of T. Red Whig Lodge No. IS. of the above named order. Hold their regular meeting* every Tues day evening, at «j o'clock, at unity Hall foot of Broad street. o'cloc.k- A SaUardav JABEZ BROOKS, W. C. T. M.II.MOGIVM W. S, E WING POST OFFICE (frOVBa Ot DELIVEBV OF A I On Sundays, from to 10 A. M. On week dayt, from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. novas o» ABBIVAL AND DKPAKTUBK, AMD TIME OF CLOSING MAILS. Red Wing to La Crosse, Wisconsin—' caves daily, (now,) at 3*^ o'clock P. M. Al rives six times a week ut 3 o'clock A. M. The great Eastern and Souther:1 nui'ls are carried on this route. Mail closes at 2 P. M. Red Wing and St. Paul.—Leaves daily or. the arrival of the Eastern stages at 3£ o'clock A. M. Mails close *t o'eloek the previous even- ing. Red Wing to Cannon Falls am? La Scur Leaves Mouduy. Wednesday and Friday, at 8 --. ., Mails closes at 8 onsevening. M. Arrives Wednesday and Saturdia -o'clock P. M. Mail closes at 3 o'clock th •ous evening. ring luv at*ftI »a St 9 o'clock A M. Arri...

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. — 26 March 1859

ONLY WAITING, [A VKKY aged Christian who wan no poor as to bo in an alms-house, was asked what he was doing now. He replied, Only waiting." Only waiting till the shadow* Are a little longer grown Only waiting till the glimmer Of the day's last beam is flown Till the night of earth is faded From the heart once full of day Till the stars of heaven are breaking Through the twilight soft and gray. Only waiting till the reapers Hare the last sheaf gathered home For the summer time is faded, Quickly, reapers, gather quickly The last ripe hours of my heart, For the bloom of life is withered, And I hasten to depart. Only waiting till the angels Open wide the mystic gate-, At whose feet I long have lingered, Weary,, poor, and desolate, Even now I hear the footsteps, And their voices, far away If they, call me, I am waiting. Only waiting to obey. Only waiting till the 9' adow* Are a little longer grown Only waiting till the glimmer Of the day's last beam tfown Then from out th- Q*thered darkn...

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. — 2 April 1859

PROSPECTUS. THE SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY, AT BED WING, MINNESOTA, As Independent Democratic Journal, DEVOTE TO THE INTERESTS AND BIGHTS OP THE MASSES. As 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 Sentinel will* contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—River and Commercial News—Literary Matter— Tales —Biographical an Historical Sketches, A &«.-., &c. «&c. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: (Htrkllr is N One Co^y, 1 year Six Conies, 1 year Ten A INSURANCE COMPANIES. [13.1 W) CLINTON OL'RNEE JU. CO KEV.NOLUS. GUKNEE & REYNOLDS, CoMsillors and Attorneys at Law, Red Wing, M-.nn. tWOffice with Smith, Tovvnc & Co. S2-tf FRANK CLARK. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT t/AW, XORTII PEPIN, '•'————J $ 2 00 8 00 10 00 'Any person gettjng up Club of Ten and remitting flti 00, will be entitled to one cory gratis. \jtf Subscriptions to Clubs must a...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 2 April 1859

from the Saint Paul Times. MUD JUVHlt MATTERS. *"The question of Canadian ann"xation~or the organiwition of an independent colony, continues to agitato the people of Prince Ru pert's Land. They archiving public meet ings, stuiup speeches, and all those inciden tal appliances to arouse tho puhliu sentiment on one side and the other. The naked ques tion that the country i* to nass from the hands of the iltulson.s Ray Company is en tirely settled with them. «u£ public opin ion appears to be much..divided nato which of the systems abwe alluded to shall be adopted. Tho Toronto Globe has a cor ,.respondent strongly in favor of annexation ami fo read his accounts from tho colony, pno would comp the conclusion,- ifaH is to be believed ho says, tlwt the s^peratecol onial organizationists are greatly in the mi nority. But .wo ham from other sources that such is not the fact. The writer for the Globe admit* that the clergy, of all denominates, strongly in ffcror of a soperate colony: and if we...

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. — 2 April 1859

••*•."• I 1 Vtom the Saint Paul Times. R13I JUVHIt illATruns. s^The(jffWllftnvdT Canadian ^m¥'*ftroT1S^, the organisation ofari independent colony, •continues to agitato the people of Prince Ru pert's Land. They are having public meet ings, .stump speeches, and all those inciden tal appliance* to atou.se the puMiu sentiment on one side and the other* The naked ques tion that the country i« to nass from the hands of the UwlMHjl Bay Company is en tirely settled with.them. Buf public onin ion appears to be much.divided aa^o which Of the system* above alluded to shall be adopted. The, Toronto Globe ha» cor-HED «WPondent strongly in favor of annexation atul to read his accounts from the colony pne would come,t« the exclusion, h«H is to he believed he says, t)mMhe sfpcratecol onial organizationists are greatly in the nri iJBBffii l*ut ,wp learn from. other |sources that such is not the fact. The writer for/tho Globe adinto that the ^Sy-©fal denominates, are strongly in Thtor of a seperate...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 2 April 1859

CITV, DIRECTORY. ICED \Ujt« CHUKCHKa. EPISCOPAL. CUBIST CHURCH—pn Main, (between Bush & Plum streets). Services at lOJi A. M. nod 7 P.M. Rev. fcjt" Wells, Pastor. P1ESUYTKRIAX. FIRST PUKUBY^EKIAK on Sixth street. ue»r the Court llcasa). Sorvi. es nt lU*tf A.I*., unit 7 P. M. Rev. J. \V. Hancock, Pastor. .^ :. ^XKXiipftiqfr. MXTROIIMT EriieofAT.—corner of Broadwav and Fourth streets. Services at 10£ A. M", and 7 P. M. Prayer Meeting every Thursday cvening at the usual hour. Kcv. G. Stoedili. Pastor. GEHMAM METIIOUIST-comer of Broadway ky r».,, ., Fourth strest. Seivices at WWfAl ». aud 7 Henry Kolbe, Pastor. M. Re 1.1TUK1UX. Swxnx LUTHERAN Ciiuacu—tut Fifth street. Services at J0»^ A. M-, and 7 P. M. Preaching every Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. C. Boron, Pastor. E WING POST OFFICE HOURS OF DELIVERY OF MAILS. On Sundays, from 9 to 10 A.M. On week d.iy»", from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. norm or AHUIVAI. Axn DtPAKTruE. AND TIME OF CLOSING MAILS. Red Wing to La Crosse. Wisconsin —1 e...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 2 April 1859

•£PMMUMStta££r llB CHUR EPISCOPAL. CHRIST CHCRCB—pn Main, (between Bush & Plum BtroeUk a 1 A. M. aad 7 P.M. H.v. 4 W & tosiWrt"WlA*. FIRST PRJCRRYAKIAW—oh Sixth street, near the Court ttoaaa* S»rvi. at t** .1. ml 7 P. M. Rev. J. W. Hancock, 1'aHtor. 3 Boron, Pastor. or of Broadwar and Fourth streets. Services at 10)^ A. M., and 7 P. M. Prayer Meeting every Thursday evening at the usual hour. Rev. U. Stogdill, pRStOK OKUMAR METHODIST—corner of Brondwuy «fc Fourth street. Services at llt^'Al M.. aud 7 P. M. Rev. Henry Koike, iFa^or. *''•'. ,. I.UT11KRAX. ..Swana LUTHERAN CHURCH—on Fifth street Services Rt JO)* A. M„ and 7 P. M. Preaching *y*rX. ?W»dii»»sd*y evctiL'ig at 7 o'clock. Rev E WING POST OFFICE i. '-V j-jTi HOIKS DEI.IVKRY OF HAILS. On Sundays, from 9 to 10 A. M. On week d.iy», from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. IIOCWO*4llttI1UN3AX» kLPARTFHI. AMB Tllfe CLOSING MAILS Red Wing to La Crosse, Wisconsin OF -I eaves daily, (now,) at 3}£ o'clock P. M. Arrives six times a week at SVelf...

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

I LIGHTLY Trip tightly over trouble, Trip lightly orer wrong, We ouly make grief double By dwelling on it long. Why clasp woe's hand so tightly Why sigh o'er blossoms dead Why cling to Covins unsightly Why not seek joy instead Trip lightly over sorrow, Though this day may be dark, The sun may shine to-morrow, And gaily sing the lark Fair hope has not departed, Though roses may have fled, Then never be down-hearted, But look for joy instead. V4KFUI. KNOWLEDGE. In the Phizza before St. Peter's at Koine stands the most beautiful obelisk in the world. It was brought from the circus of Nero where it had lain buried for many ages. It was one en tire piece of Egyptian marble, 72 feet high, 12 feet square at the base, and 8 feet square at the top, and iscomput ed to weigh above 270 tuns, and it is supposed to be 3000 yours old. Much engineering skill was required to re move and erect this piece of art and the eeubr:ito,l arrliiforrf, Dominie Fontaine, was selected and engaged by Pope Sextus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 9 April 1859

S 5 3£ VS. THOENTINEL I'UBLISlIED EVEKY SATURDAY, AT MED WING, MINNESOTA, Aa Instofeasfoat Democratic Joaraal, DSVOTXD TO THE INTERESTS AND SIGHTS OF THE MASSES. As a PolitiealJonrnal it will try all mess «rM ind men by the standard of Democratic principles, and will submit to no test bnt that of Democratic troth. CONTENTS: Th Smtinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign nnd Domestic—River and Commercial News—Literary Matter— Tales -Biographical a Historical Sketches, «fec, A «fcc. Ac TKltMS O SUBSCRIPTION (UtrMly is A One Copy, 1 a 8ix Copies, 1 year Ten S 2 00 8 00 .... 16 00 'Any person getting np a Clnb of Ten «•»»HomUpSk «tn oo entitled to one copy ?ratia. VF Subscription* to- Clnba must all com mence at the same time, and be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters everywhere are an thoriaed Agenda for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Executed In a superior manner, and on thea shortest notice. •Warranty, Quit-Claim,Special Deeds, and Township TIL INKS. Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 9 April 1859

™?$ a Pss. €WttR»y tumtm CAJIIII We have rocoiv*iacircular from Oates.^ N E Warren Co. of Chicago, manufacturers and dealers in all kinds uf machinery, and hard-ware, in relation to their apparatus for grinding the cane, and evaporating thejuice. We so!ect from it tho following suggest ions in ivhtitm to growing the cane, and manufacturing .syrup and rugar. they are from the pen »f \V. Hedges, a farmer of great experience in the matter, and who has at-! tained the first premium in Illinois and Wis consin an I riiinokfortho best SorgJmm A S S a syrup an 1 molasses. ,'• •_R»D WI*\VMlNk/APRIL V, ijjjj".f It will ba naUcid tint the soil of Goodhue ytS^dAM-Q^^H^^n^jtmrox: coantyU particularly well adapted to the growth of the cane 1st. Select the highest and d.'y«.Vt land, bordering upon sand mailerday, and avoid *.*, «ble the black prairie muck, win grows a large, crfaise cane, not very I T-—--———,-^±U.... sweet, and is later in ripenin^ 2d. Plow deep and rjdgolhe same as for corn plant...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 9 April 1859

flay amount woV*tJ£'|pcto'i1itsfapplied1 one fourtofless pbwp t?lirt a com non lioYse —feiONB^i! iwr a BijiM, iqvrr a JUfcHpaag W. ha* rob*w»dfWcirmikr'fom Oates. Warren €o.,! of Chieigo, manufacturers and dealers in all. kinds of machinery, and hard-ware, in relation to their apparatus for grinding the cane,.and, evaporating the uiee. We select from it the following sagged• ions in rolatiwn to growing the cane and manufacturing syrup and sugar. They aire from the pen VY. Hedges, a farmerof'great exporience in the matter, and who has at tained thefirstpremium in Illinois and Wig. cousin and Illinois, for tho best Sorghum syrup nnlmolasACd. Uxrffi'tmi.i lb »t a It will be njlicad tint the soil of GoOtlhuo county partieulaily: well adapted to the growth of the oahe "..' ."' 1st. Select the highe.it and dryesfc land, bordering upea •ami, merl en phf?r4Mjd«eioid a* much as possible the, b!ack prairie muck, which grown a large, cosise cine, not yerj sweet, and in later in ripening. 2d. i...

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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. — 9 April 1859

*s&2 W FrJowt^ Rio Wiwe, April 9, 1859. ro#aal%ig!r', selling 00(9 8 00 per bbl. WHEAT—Fair I 00(31 35 par bu»h. CORN* A OATS-50 cent, per bush. BEANS—1 Ofltol 50 per bush. SUOAK— N.O.. fair 9010 cents: refined 11 1 HS cents crashed and powdered 150t6Xc. MOLASSES—". U....5&44 ce*ts H. Y», 'Sr^ttfrstStSSig,- 1 COFFEE—Kio 13ai7 Java 18(920 cents per Hi GINGER— 146*1* cent* per lb. PfcPPER-ladiiO cenU per tb. ALLSIMCE-VafSiO per rt. ClNSASlON—oo»60 «enta per lb. RICE—70? cents per fb. CRACKERS—Butter ecus Roston Soda 10 cents per tb and CANDLES—Tallow 15(31$ Starr 25«30 Sperm 35 CMUS per tb. week, moving his blacksmith shop TOBACCO—Plug 30(340 Fine Cut 40,230 the corner of Main and Broad streets. 'aenttVp*tn. SHOT—9® 10 cents per lb. PORK—Mc«s per bbl. 18 e.'» per lb. 10 cents. POTATOES—50(860 cents per bush. BUTTER -!*'3-^ccuts.perlb, EGGS-Sr3l0ceAU.pttaoa.Mi WOOD—a uO per cord. MISCELLANEOUS. BEtta^MlWBljiBL ar A 4« Wi*a»h A Chicago* A. Nsar *he«T»»mer \f Mmiu and 0-Jb Street...

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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. — 9 April 1859

A JOKK YKRSIFIt.D. Come, come," said Tom's father, "at your time of life, There's no longer excuseforthus playing the rako— It is time you should think, boy, of taking a wife." Why, so it is, father,—whose wife shall I take pi —[MOOBK. KNOWLEDGE Not to know at large of things remote From use, obscured and subtly but to know That which before us lies in daily life, Is the prime Wisdom what more, is fume. Or emptiness, or fond impertinence, And renders us in things that most concern Unprncticcd. unprepared, ani still to .seek. —[MILTOS. E A E O MIND. O pcaco of mind thou lovely guest, Thou softest soother of the breast, Dispense thy balm}* store Wing all our thoughts to reach the skies, Till earth, diminished to our eyes, Shall vanish as we soar. —[GOLDSMITH. LOVE. Alas' the lore of women! it is known To be a lovely and a fearful thing For all of theirs upon that die is thrown And if 'tis lost, life has no more to bring To them but mockeries of the past alone. —[BYHOX. NEW HOOKS. "Of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 April 1859

TH E SENTINEL ISPU^LlSHfBD KV SKY /SATURDAY, KE» MINNRMynk, I »T- iaifdal I I E A A I N N I S AM IndepeMeat DeasoeraUc Joaraal O TO E IMTEKSSTS, A^D, TlIOhTB QF THE MASSES. At PoHtteulJonrnal It will try all meas ures and men by the standard of Democratic prinoipta*. and will submit to no test bnt that of Democratic truth. „.•• CONTENTS: The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic -Kiver and Cdmmereinl News—Literary a Tales Biographical an Historical Sketches, Aa., Ac, Ac «&c. TKBMS Of SUBSCRIPTION: (SllUUj Aa»»«.) OheCopy, a $ 00 Si* Conies, 1 year 8.00... I An person fretting f»i Olnb of Te and Tomitting flfi 00, will be entitled to one copy gratis. '.It Snbsoriptiona to Club* most all com mence at the same-time and be strictly in advance. f. AGENTS.—Postmaster* every am are au thorised Ajcen'-a ibr this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Executed in a, superior manner, and on the shortest notice. ML S W a a Quit-Claim, Special Warranty, Mori*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 April 1859

THE SENTINEL. ... ruittsiiKD av I I E I A MAOINNTH RED W1NQ, MINN., APRIL 1(5, 1S.W. WILLIAM OOL ILL, JR., es afafcases unless they are themselves well ,3^1 Wakeep IDITOH «Ti»earberti- AORXTS—C.H. fori von. ... .,.»•. „,,rt tiseiuenU for thita par*r POST* A«TKM. everywhere are our authorized Agents. No paper muiled till tho subscription price i* remitted. •«••*, CWoew©, anthorixe 11» receive atver- yr,Si-»»CBi»E._We wiir furnish the .****»' -«f and ii.dty\ /,/,/'« /W, one veor, for 04,th Ji aiva.v* also (j s*»tin4l and PtUrtmCt .Vafaai/tf, tor $9,00, in0advance. ««1"lt"»"«y »n hand, and print 5S*I* JiH W9-t SaasoaabU toilrlii kind* of Blanks. most reasonable terms, all E A E A UPON COUNTY. The editor of the Rpib'tem, week's isue. undertakes to in his last justify tho emrse of our Register of Deeds and County Auditor, in making and acknowledging the one thoaiaod certificates for land* sold to this county, at the last tax sale. Contrary to his usual practice, the editor intemperate an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 April 1859

BED WING CHUftCHKa. MFI8COFAL. CBBIS* Casaoa—«n Main, (between Both A Plum streets). Services at 10^ A. M. and P.M. Bar. E. B. Wells, Pastor. PBX8BTTSRIAW. FIBS* PBBSBTTBBIAB—on Sixth street, (near the Court House). Servi. «a at 1)% A. M., and P. Bev. J. W. Hancock, Paator. MST1IOD18T. MsTnootsr EriacorAL—«orn«r of Broadway and Fourth streets. Services at low A. and 7 P. H. Prayer Meeting every Thursday evening at the usual hoar. Bav. G. Stogdill, Paator. GBBMAM MBTBOBIST—corner of Broadway & Fourth streot. Service at 10W A. M., and P. M. Bav. Uanry Kolbe. Paator. LUTHERAN. SWBBS LVTBBBA* Cavaou—en Fifth street Services at 10K A. M.. and 7 P. M. Preaching every Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. C. Borah, Paator. E WING POST O I E nocna or DBLIVBBY OF MAILS. On Sundays, from 9t 10 A. M. On weak day*, from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. NOVBS or ABBIVAL AND DXPABTUBB, AND TIME OF OLOMMO MAILS. Bed Wing to La Crosse, Wisconsin—: eaves daily, (now.) at »H o'clock P. M. Airives ail timoaa wee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 April 1859

A recent number of Uh/imhuw's Jcurnril thus discourses of. anew volume of verse, which ia apparently worth notice, albeit the author fs an unknown personage, and theThe subject not an inviting one for the great mass of reader* of poetry. AThough wp have good authority for the belief that "the Poetry of Life is never dead,'* the general .opinion has been always slow to crecit it.. Pootry is thought to be to Youth very„m«cUas the mcascls a:o to Childhood it rarely makes upon us a second attack and still more seldom seizes us for tho first tiine in Maturity. When a gentleman *etarwi nl, and bald-*, and adicte.l to dropping asleep for a few minutes after dinner, it seenn to be universal!} agree I upon that he bad bolter giveup the writing of verses It is hold, in deed, scarcely decorous for a professional man of any standing to devote even his lei-,passed, aure hours to the muse. We are told'that Mr" Samuel Rogers's g'jeond volume of po-' cm* lost the banking house one of its richest cl...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 April 1859

mssaem A Niiiv BOOK' OF POEMS*, A recent number of Chimberis Journal thus di-tcourses of a new volume of verse, which is apparently worth notice, albeit the author is an unknown personage, and the subject not an inviting one for the great nja« of reader* of poetry. Al hough wp have good authority for the belief that "the Poetry of Life is never dead,'' the general opinion has been always slow to crecit it.. Poetry is thought to bo to Youth very much as the mcascls are to Childhood it rarely'makes upon ns a sccoird attack,' and still more seldom seiz-s us for the first time in Maturity. When a gentleman »etH rotnd, and balds, and adiote.l to dropping asleep for a few minutes after dinner, it seems to be universally agree 1 upon that lie had better give dp the writing of verse* It in hold, in deed, scarcely decorous for a professional man of any standing to devote even his lei sure hours to the muse. We are told that Mr. Sainu'l Rogers's swojuj volume of po cm-J lost tha ba:iki:i.j ho...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 April 1859

-A,,»J A recent half In tha.t suggostful shadow fitr aj*c, aud clearer, to the tried human heart than any light. Gracefulness nnd tender fooling are. the Oiiaracteristics Of the" author rather than power,1 but that is no reason• why .such h»y« as his should lack a welcome. He liimxelf answers the question of "Wherefors more ye'rkes f* 'when' already poetry over whelms us like: the wondrous growth of soiuo hot ^|iinat0^'"the foliage rife df smoth* erirtg snArmors (aint with musk and rhyme" -—and in a'yet/ sa^actbry'mannerv^ Tiicrc5sh6 r.-asto. Let the'ijtetnal cold 1 From goniu3 mint, be'tientt^dmyrihdfold'i KeVer a'stltr was linmehS 1 bil* ita fine-rays 1 __JPJC$P W A Grav-hcul^ S n» heVToyal^aYts, nnianer dp CfetfaTOt**«rn«l mmmi" ». Yet vain for him SreitiaHleas' av!Snt*W««t thai discoifrtw of anew volume of v*Me,j£t wedded ab7erv..and.bei»paeked heart* author is an unknown personage, Mid the The ubje empty, ofrtta'oWof Alhough wo have good authority for the he1itf^t«lMP^r^ofWi»ii...

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