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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 27 August 1859

O I E I S E A N E Tho La Crosse D^mm-rat publishc* the fol lowing poem as the production of a young la dy of that city not yet oat of hor teens. If such be tho fact, it indicates decided talent. Out in the sultry and dusty street, With sun burned ringlets and nut browu feet— Scarcely spanning the width of iny hand,. Is tho tiny print they leave in the sand— Deep, flashing eyes and a forehead bold, Telling of gonitis richer than gold A jacket hanging in wrent and shred— This is ray hero—my little Fred. Hll mother is but a vulgar cook— His homo is filthy, garret nook— His heaven, the uoisy, jostling street. Where bravely falloth his lictlo feet Sore and bleeding thongh they may be Yet often he trips so joyously— Unheeding yet feeling the curse and the WOK, That greets lam iu bounty wheroe'r he may ge. Oh that thy soul so lilly white So fair and pure in its dawning light So soon shall be darkened by pain and sin That the light of love may not enter in I Oh! that thy infancy—free unci g...

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. — 3 September 1859

PROSPECTUS. THE SENTINEL fg PUBLISHED SVSKY SATURDAY, AT KKD WING. MINNESOTA, ST LITTLEFIKL A MAGINNIS. Particular attention and Collecting. »i vo 1 Journal AD ladepeaetoat D«asocee*ic DXVOTSD TO THE INTERKStS AND SIGHTS OF THE MASSES. AM Political Ton mill It will try sll m«M «re* *m1 IIMII by the standard of Democratic •.Vtim-iple*. an will submit to no test but that Ui:u«K»»ltc truth COMT«J»T8: The Sentintl will contain Congressional and legislative—Foreien and Domestic -Kiver and »min«r-i.il *ew*-Literary Matter— r»l« -itio/ruphical a Historical Sketches, A A Ac. A TERMS'or SUBSCRIPTION: IsiiieOy la A4TMM.) Oao Cn»y. I year $ Six Copies, 1 year 8 Tea .~ 1* oo »^f* Any person jjjettias ap a Olnh of Ten and remitting 00, ill' be entitled to one ««r-y *rati*. gN* snbserietioaa to Clubs mast all com-lighted', •o-jiioe at the same time, and be strictly in advance. A :1RMT9.—Postmasters everywhere are au thorised AJNB a for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BSANOHIS, Esecnted in a enperi...

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. — 3 September 1859

biu ''i E S SENTINEL Is PVBLISUBD BV2MT SATURDAY, '.ftJUTI.- A 1 HMD* WBNtt, Jf Iff NKSMJTA, 1 E 1 A J* A I N N I 8 4 lerfepeajsteaf. finWinnejli Journal. ^iroTBri-' ft).'THE IHTKRMtS AND BIOIITH OF )o hoa 3 $ MA^tt.' ""AS•'PofltKMl Tonrnel it will try ill meae «re* and niM by the aumdavd of DemocrsUe I#fexlple*. am-i will submit to no test bat thai U«iaHar»uu truth.. ., tied,•:•-••• I COXTJUfTt: The Stxtinl will conUin Congressional and Te«t*istive—Poreiffn and Domestic-^Klver -»nJ t^M»*mr itil Vear*-Literary fates -itiojrraphlcal a ttistoru Sketches, «., Ac., Ac.' Ac. utter— run** ov SUBSCRIPTION: (Stsisar la Aetaast.) Que Copy. I year I Mix Comes, 1 year.... iv 8 o« WE* Any person gcttiag up a Club of Teabeen and remitting to, a ill be entitled to one oopyevet'rs. gB» sabseriptfaso Clebe matt all com-lighted, wanes at tba same time, an4 ba strictly In advance. ?J AJENTS.—Postmasters everywliare ate au thorised Agea a for this paper. %*%%Mian H»im Till ALL ITS VANfftUS BBANOMBS. B...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 3 September 1859

aMMMMWflm could couiirm my stutoiiiunts^bujt not do it: nor shall I. betray him thus prefers to be silent. The genius ot Louis NAPOI.KOX IS the genius of the spirit of evil. Con demned to ignore or quell the germs ot good, the sublime instincts that trem ble in the hearts of every inin and mv tion, he is Glory and territorial aggrandizement are the only things the Empire can give to France in exchange for liberty Where a power consists of a chief and an army, war is but the normal con dition of its life. It is but an illusion to believe that the Empire can be peace—it would give the lie to history. And the alliances with the Empire can only bo alliances with despotism. Alliances are founded upon an identi ty of principles and interests. The lite of the Empire in France require the triumph of imperialism in Europe. The natural allies of Louis NAPOLEON are Russia and Austria. It would be with Prusia if the lJheni-ii provinces, destined, according to imperial tradit ion, to belong to F...

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. — 3 September 1859

thus profois to bt« silent. The genius of Louis NAPOI.KOS thegenmsot the spirit of evil. TV,NG, ii rtemncil to ignore or quell the genus of good, the sublime instincts that trem ble in the hearts of every wan and na tion, he is a master in the knowledge of every egotism, of every interest, of every wrong tendency, and of every base passion, which drowns those in stincts. Like the tempter, he causes the blow or the weakness that draws the victim to ruin. He cannot estab lish, but he knows how to dissolve. lu this remains the secret of his main tained power. A free and logically moral policy wonld condemn him to speedy ruin. The persistency of poor dismembered Italy, in her Ueaiiu. for unity would suffice to upset all the dy nastic plans ol Louis NAPOLEON. War is for tho Empire an absolute necessity. Tho Empire does not rep resent a principle, such as liberty, nor a tradition, such as legitimacy, nor a faith, such as theocracy. The" Empire represents a fact—a force created by usurpati...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 3 September 1859

II could confirm my state not do it: nor shall I betray bun who thus prefers to be silent IMELISHLUHY The genius of. Louis NAPOLKOK is I I E I E A I N N I S the genius of the spirit of evil. Con-j S 7 S aemued to ignore or quell the gernls oi good, the sublime instincts that trem Tile iu the hearts of every wan and na tion, he is a master in the knowledge of every egotism, of every interest, of every wrong tendency, and of every biise passion, Which drowns those in stincts. Like the tempter, he causes the blow or the weakness that draws the victim to ruin. cannot estab lish, but he knows how to dissolve. In this remains the secret of his main tained power. A free 'and logically moral policy would condemn him to speedy ruin. The persistency of poor dismembered Italy, in hoa tfbmm. £ur unity would suffice to upset all the dy nastic plans ol Louis NAPOLEON. War is for tho Empire an absolute necessity. The Empire does not rep resent a principle, such as liberty, nor a tradition, such as...

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. — 3 September 1859

l::t. CITY DIRECTORY. U«KV\W^If« CH I JIIX. -6 »ft*! EPISCOPAL. Cadu-f ISrtocV-on Main', (b«(«e«n Bdsh A Plum streets). Services at 10W A. M. and 7 P. M. Rev. R. Wells, Ptt.-W. PRKSUYTKRIAN. FIIIST PRKSBTTERIAN—on Sixth street, (near the Court House). Servii es at 1£ A. M., and 7 P. M. Rev. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. METHODIST EPISCOPAL—corner of East Ave nue and Fourth street. Services of the Sab bath at 10k A. M., and t}{ P. M. Sunday Scnool at it P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8}£ o'clock. Rev. Jaboz Brooks, Pastor—residence on East Avenue. GKBMAM MKTIIOOIST—corner of Broadway A Fourth street. Services at 10% A. M., and 7 P. M. Rev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor. LUTHERAN, SWEDE LUTHKMAM CIIUBCH—on Fifth street. Services at 10 A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching •very Wednesday evening at 7 o'elocUpT "Rev. C. Boren, Pastor. E WING POST OFFICE IIOUBS OF DELIVERY OV MAILS On Sundays, from 9 to 10 A. M. On week days, from 7 A. M. to 8 P.M. HOPBS OV ABR1VAL AND DEPABTVBE, AMD TIME Of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 3 September 1859

CITY DIRECTORY. 6kiM^iASS-on Main' (between Bdsh A Plana streets). Service* lit 10U A. M. and 7 P. M. Rev. E. B. VaBs',:Pesttor? PHKSHYTEB1AIC. FIBST PBBSBTTBRIA*—on Sixth street, (near the Court House). Servi. es at K)tf A. M., and P. M. Be v. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. /'. METHODIST. MBTHODIST EriscorAL—corner of Bait Ave nue snd Fourth street Services of the Sab bath at 16k A. If., and t}{V. M. Sunday Scnool at P. If. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8W. o'clock.. Rev. Jabex Brooks, Pastor—residence on East Avenue. GKBMAM MBTHODIST—corner of Broadway & Fourth street. Service at 10K A. if., #nd 7 P. M. Rev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor. LUTHE**N. SWEDE LUTHBBAM CHVBOH—on Fifth street. Services at 10W A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching •fry Wednesday evening at 7 o'cloclf C. Boron, Pastor. KICK—7rS» eontsper Ht r«i' -••,-. »TAKG»I -1 i(S\iyt ccrits pei lb. R\LERAT08--B»bbit 10 cents per Hr. SODA— 10 cents per lb. OANDLE^-'PtelluW^W^-1 Starri iio Sperm .'•vent*'pur lb. 1, SOAJfttiPalroJind Famil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 3 September 1859

A NE W SONG I DOGGEREL, AND NOT BT T. F. to All S I A in. t'aven, Oh! Come all ye honest fellows, And stand up in a row, For thrashing Black Republicans We're going lor to go In tbo messes thure's ri?nosty And principle" 'is the go," So here's the SOUND DEMOCRACY Of Minnesota. Oh! Chorus—Then for Minnesota, Oh, For Minneso a, oh, We'll sing the SovVo DCKOCBACT Of Minnesota, oh. 014 Ramsey cheata the Indiana And Baker Ohio, But with Becker und Baasen We'll annihilate the foe. Ignatius writes himself ,%u ass As other donkeys do, We hate a fool, so let him slido And Lowry, here's to yon. Know Nothings hite all foreigners 80 Cole and Windom do But Cavanangh and Brisbin Will fight that battio through Old Aldrich boasts his dollars, A barrel sweats pr so, But Graham has him on the hip And to Congress he will go. Young Sohceffor shaves his customer* Would shave the people too, But honosty" our treasurer And Abba, here's to you The Blacks they would repudiate Democracy siysno For honesty po...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 3 September 1859

1 A A A NEW KONG I to A»SU 4|«IM .torn, fiht And stand up In a row, '1 rXi'i For thrashing Black Republican! ^•Whwrtoriofoj ltttfcoms»*m|hciV*H?nostyi And principle" 'is the g-," So hero** the SOUND DEMOCRACY Of Minnosota. Oh I Chora*—Then fur Minnesota, Oh, For Minneso a, bb, We'll singthe SocioDSKOCBACT 01 Mjnaeeeta, *h. Old lU»*eT«hs*U the Indians And Baker Ohio, "Bat with Becker end Bsssen We'll «nnihiUto the foe. Ignatiu* writes hin^lf ,»h MS.' As other donkeys do, ,: '.'_'' Wo hate a fool, eo lat him elido And Lowry.here'stoyou. Know Nothing* hate ell foreigners So Cole and Windotn doj. But Cavanangh and Brisbin Will tight that-battle through Old Aldrich boasts his dollar*, A barrel sweats or so, But Graham has him on the hip And to Congress he will go. Ydmg Behaffor shaves his customers Would shave the people ton, But honosty" our treasurer And Abfcej,(h»ro to you CI {-1 The Black* they would repudiate Democracy says no I For honestj policy 'v'. Wherever you may go. Choroa—Th...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 17 September 1859

O S E S THE SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY, AT MED WING, MINNESOTA, BT I E I E & A I N N I S An Independent Democratic Jonrnnl DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND EIGHTS OF THE MASSES. try urea and men by the standard of Democratic principles, and will submit to no test but that of Democratic truth. CONTENTS The S**tinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—Kivor and Commercial News—Literary Matter— Tales—Biographical a Historical Sketches, dec, «fcc, &c. Ac. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION *. (Strictly in Adrtinee.) One Copy, year $ 2 00 8ix Copies, 1 year S 00 Ten 15 00 JJTAny person ucttiiur up a Chib of Ten and remitting $10 00, will be entitled to one copy gratis. 3P* Subscriptions to Clubs must all com menoo at the same time, and be strictly in advance. -VOfiNTS. Postmasters everywhere are an thorlied Atfe'ri's for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Kxecuted in a superior manner, and on the shortest notice. IIJ\!fK».»Warranty. vJuit-Clnim.Special ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 17 September 1859

THE SENTINEL" rtBLIHHKD BY I I I 3 I & A O I N N I S RED WING, MINN.. SEPT. 17, 1S59. WILLIAM OOLVILL, JR., EDITOR HF" AoBNTi.—G. H. Scri ven, *S Dearborn fftreet, Chicago, ie authorized to receive adver tisements for thin paper. MMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. KOlt GOVKHNOK. GKOHGE L. BECKER, of Ramsey. FOB LIKUTENAXT GOVICKNOU. S N A N S U. LOWKY of Stearns. FOU SECKKTAKY OF STATE. FRANCIS BAASSEN of Brown. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. JOH N B. BRISBIN, of Ramsey. FOR STATE TREASURER. SAMtTEL B. A E of Crow Wing. FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. JAMES M. A A N A of Fillmore. CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM, of Sibley. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET For Senator, NORMS HOBART, of Milton. For Representatives, J. C. WEATHERBY, of Rod Wing. E. WESTERVELT, of Westervelt WM. ROCK, of Pino Island. WM. P. TANNER, of Cannon Falls. For Auditor, WM. FRYBERGER, of Foatheistono. For Treasurer, J. C. PIERCE, of Red Wing. For Surveyor, HENRY LAURENTZ, of Hay Creek. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the free and unpledged voters of Good hue co...

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. — 17 September 1859

THE SENTINEL. rvniiHio BT L.ITTL.EFIISLP A A I N N I S RED WING, MINN., 17, 185V. WILLIAM OOLVILL, JR.. EDITOR %W A««MT«.—C. H. Serlveft, *8 Dearborn stvwtt,Chicago, is authorised to receive adver tiwments lor this paper. MHNCRATK STATE TICKET. FOB GOVEKNOK. GEORG E L. BECKER, of K:unsey. FOB LIKUTENAN'T GOVKIINOK. S N A N S B. O W of Steams. FOR SECKETAKY OF STATE. FRANCI S BAASSEN of Brown. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. O N B. BRISBIN, of Ramsey. FOR STATE TREASURER. S A 0 E B. A E of Crow Wing. FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. JAMES M. A A N A of Fillmore. CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM, of Sibley. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Senator, NORMS HOBART, of Milton. For Representatives, J. C. WEATHERBY, of Red Wing. E. WESTERVELT, of Westervelt. WM. ROCK, of Pine Island. WM. P. TANNER, of Gannon Falls. For Auditor, WM. FRYBEROER, of Featheistone. For Treasurer, J. C. PIERCE, of Red Wing. For Surveyor, HENRY LAURENTZ, •f Hay Creek. A N N O N E E N To the free and unpledged voters of Good hue county, I her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 17 September 1859

MISCELLANEOUS. CARD AGAINST FALL AND WINTER -FIRES, BY CHOICE INSURANCE WITH Incorporated 1859—Charter Perpetual. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. ABSOLUTE AND ITXlMfAIRED N E S S O $492,181.72^ And tho prestige oi forty yiart1 success and experience. W A S O •18,000,000 Of losses have been paid by the vEtna Insurance Company in the past 40 years. The value of reliable Insurance will be appa rent from tho following LOSSES. PUD BY THE ETM. WRING THE PAST FIVE YEARS In Ohio $431,529 S3 In Wisconsin 196,955 07 In Kentucky 205,939 40 In Missouri 884,518 04 Iowa and Min-.i-sota 101,899 46 Pennsylvania i.nd Virginia**" 31,535 82 Michigan 158,942 81 Indiana 140,839 81 Illinois 448,327 41 Tennessee 97,549 21 Kansas and .Nebraska li,945 T7 Arkansas anJ Georgia 23,945 09 Mississippi and Alabama 52,412 IS Fire & Inland Navigation. Risks accepted at terms consistent witkjsolvency and fair profit. Especial attention giten to Insurance of BUILDINGS and Content*, for terms of one to- Jive years. The s...

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. — 17 September 1859

MISCELLANEOUS. GUARD AGAINST PALL AND WINTER •1XBM, I CHOICE INSURANCE WITH Incorporated I8ftt»—Charter Perpetual. CASH CAPITAL |1,M»,0M. ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED N E S S O $492,181.72 And tlw prestige of forty years1 success and experience. I W A O •18,000,000 Of losses have been paid by the JStna Insurance Company in the past 40 yearn. The value of reliable Insurance will be appa rent from the following LOSSES* PUD BY THE JBTNA.Late DURING THE PAST FIVE In Ohio. In Wisconsin..'. In Keataeky la Missouri' Iowa and Mm-1 *ota Pennsylvania «.nd Virginia •••. Michigan Indiana Illinois Tennessee Kansas and .Nebraska Arkansas an! Georgia Mississippi and Alabama Fire A Inland Navigation. Risks accepted at terms consistent withjsolvency and fair profit. Especial, attention given to Insurance of BUILDINGS and ConteuWt-/or terms of one to ftve years. The solid service long and successfully tried, and the many'advantages the JStna Insurance Company possesses in its line, should not be overlooke...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 17 September 1859

T11K STAT E O S O or to establish a'territorial Governmen [of theiir 6 01 In rooKy mountains, gratoiill to the Supreme ruler'of the Universe for His blessing and sincerely leeling our dependence upon hun^fOT'a contin uation of the same, do oi J.iiu and es tablish a free and Jnitep»m|«nit gov ernment by the name ol the State of Jeftersori,tlu boundaries whereof shall be as follows, to wit FAVXV, A wantt biu»t IftfnA r» the n*w fln'nr i\\\ anrviro Doattatooonn tho pen nojpi till «orticq| and while they preach shall go to hear them and come home better and happier for having done.it. £3F**A lad a day or since was called to the witness stand at the com mon Pleas Court, whose tender years OCrThe inhabitants of Westminister, Mass,, are making preparations for the celebration of the cenieiininl anni versary of the incorporation of the town in October next The Hon.Tenth—That Charles Stunner has been engaged to deliver thc oration. '."•• IdlP'Out of seven hundred deaths in New York city I we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 17 September 1859

A 4 4» happier for having do^evit. We have received fcFcopl/of the „./0j»ktfl'bj^kJ.Behvc^uvf:or.iMhheMi. Rocky Mountain Netn. published! atL~ Aurana, Kansas. It contain* a copy the Supreme ruleV of the Universe for Commencing at a point Where the| 8 -f S r"01,1 A 80U and thenceeeast o* .aid ^aralLe of hi- °lxcreeiUandt regions to productive,! and a large number of persons should go {hereshouldlprove it wil be,propebe 4 who for Congres to erect a new Teirri|idrial.gevcrnmen in that part of the country. The newtorney, State, as marked off, contains an area of 881,852 square milfes. Pretty good sized farm. onTh-onr. fiirht wbr.ii IhvMinn nn »nrl flnrttt a Ealf A lad a day or since was called to the witness staud at the com mon Pleas Court, wHo3« tender years raised a doubt as to his competency as a Witness, -by not understanding the nature and obligations df an~ bath: Ttte iftVst question" pttl'1 was—Are "yen a son of the plaintiff? The -little fel law crossing his lug*, and deliber»t...

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

PROSPECTUS. THE SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT E WINCi, MINNESOTA, BT I E I E fc A I N N I S An Independent Democratic Journal DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS O* THE MASSES. At ft Political Journal it will try all meas ure* and men by the standard ot Democratic principle*, and will submit to no test but that of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—River Mid Commercial News—Literary Matter— Tales-Biographical an Historical ,.„ Sketches, Ac, «fcc, Ac. «&c. TERMS OF S S I I O N (SttUOjr la Adra.ee.) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 8 00 Ten xit IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Executed in ft superior manner, and on the shortest notice. BLANKS.—Warranty, Quit-Claim,Special Warranty, Mortgage Deeds, and Township IMats constantly on hand and for sale at this office. BUSINESS CARDS. a. T. WILOSB. W. C. WILLISTON. WILDER & WILLISTON, Attorneys at Law* RED WING, MINNESOTA, ill attend to the duties...

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

II THE SENTINEL. PUBLISHED BY tiseinentss for this TIUTM-I-.. tisemeut lor this paper DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR GOVKKNOU. GEOIIGE L. BECKER, of Ramsey. KOU I.IKLTEXAXT UOVKKNOK. S N A N S 11. LOWItY, of Stearns. VOli SKCKKTAKY OF STATE. FRANCI S BAASSEN of Brown. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. O N B. BRISBIN, of Ramsey. FOR STATE TREASURER. SAMUEL B. ABBE of Crow Wing. FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. JAMES M. CAVANAUGII of Fillmore. CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM, of Sibley. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Senator, NORMS HOBAHT, of Milton. For Representatives, J. C. WEATHERBY, of Red Wing. E. WESTERVELT, of Westervelt. WM. ROCK, of Pine Island. WM. P. TANNER, of Cannon Falls. Fop Auditor, WM. FRYBERGER, of Feathei stone. For Treasurer, J. C. PIERCE, of Red Wing. For Surveyor. HENRY LAURENTZ, of Hay Creek. ANNOUNCEMENT To the free and unpledged voters of Good hue county, I hereby announce myself as Independent Republican candidate for Representative to the State Legislature. PERRY D. MARTIN. J. II. A E...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 September 1859

CIT I E O E W I N E S EPISCOPAL. Ceais Caeaoa—o Main, (between Bus & Plu streets). Services at 10W A M. and 7 P. M. Rev E Wells, Paator. PRESBYTERIAN. I ST E S I I A N on Sixth street, (near the Court House). Servh es at 10\C A SI., and 7 M. Rev. W Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. MITHODIS EPISCOPAL—corner of East Av nae and Fourth street. Services of the Sab bath at 10W A M. and 1% M. Sunday Scnpol at 2 M. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 9) o'clock. Rev Jabez Brooks, Pastor—residence on East Avenue. UKRMAM MITHODIST—corner of Broadwa A Fourth street. Service• at 10W A M., and 7 P. M. Rev Henry Kolbe, Pastor. LUTlIKftAX. SWROK LDTHKRAK CiiuROH—en Fifth street Services at 10W A M., and 7 M. Preaching every Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev C. Pastor. E W I N O S O I E HOURS OF DELIVERY OP HAILS. On Sundays, from to 10 A. M. On week days, from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. HOURS or ARRIVAL AMD DEPARTURE, AND TIMS OP CLOSING HAILS. Red Win to a Crosse. Wisconsin—1 eaves daily (now.) at S}{ o'...

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