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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 29 October 1859

FBOSrKCTVS. THE SENTINEL 13 PUBLISHED EVZKY SATURDAY, AT MKD WING, MINNESOTA BT I E I E A MAGINNIS. Aa Independent Deeaoeratic Journal TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. A a Political Journal it will try all meas ures and men by the standard ot 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—LiUrarv Matter- Tales -Biographical a Historical Sketches, dec, A Ac. Ac. TERMS OV SUBSCRIPTION'. (Sliiatlr is AdvssM.) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 8 0t Ten 15 00 J^P Any person getting np a Clnb of Ten and remitting $10 00, will be entitled to one copy gratis. HF" Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the same tima, and be strictly in advance. AOK.N rs.—To4iiut»»usis everywhere are au thorised Agen for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS RftANOMCS, Exocutal in ft superior manner, and on the superior manner shortest notice. ttf...

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. — 29 October 1859

rived .. inst., an* statesthat the steamer will leave Pottfftmf, England during the latter part of this mouth. W he left, the company lul not entertain the thought of her visiting any other port in Americ a on her tirst trip except Portland, where it was expected she would remain about three weeks. A the hist account, flour was sell ing on the Island of Uayti at 0240 per barrel! Tha looks like a high price, but the »s Uayti, currency,' which is like our old Contencntal mon ey. Abou $ 2 0 of it are worth one silver dollar, S E E N II. Bu.vxcn the erratic newspaper adventurer, of N York, It is rumored, has to California to escape prosecution for a libel upon a am A I O I Mrs. S I E S moth er. I appears from the aeconnt of Mcsser I I S S A S O N & Co., that they have expended $75,00 0 in establishing The Atlantic Monthly, and the maximum profit of that peri odical in any one year has been ?4,000. A W E of Nort Brdigewater, Mass., failed recently tor 890,000. proposes to settle by p...

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. — 29 October 1859

leave Portlain}., England, during. the. Utter port of this month. When he left, the company did not entertain the thought of her visiting any other port in America on her first trip except Portland, where it was expected she would remain about three weeks. A t!ie last account, flour was sell ing on the Island of Hayti at 8240 per barrel! That looks like a high price, but the money was Hayti, currency,' which is like our old Continental mon ey. About $20 of it are worth one silver doli:ir. STEPHE N II. BRANCH, the erratic newspaper adventurer, of New York, it is rumored, has gone to California to escape prosecution for a libel upon Madam BAGIOI.I, Mrs. SICKLES, moth er. IT appears from the account of Messers PHILLIPS, SAMPSON & Co., that they have expended $75,000 in establishing The Atlantic Monthly, and the maximum profit of that peri odical in any one year has been €4,000. KEV. A WMEELEU, of North Brdigewater, Mass., failed recently tor 890,000. He proposes to settle by paying...

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. — 29 October 1859

•USD W1NCS E S EPISCOPAL. CHBIBT CHUBOH—on Mam, (between Bush A Plum streets). Services at 10W A. M. and 7 P.M. Rev. E. R. Wells, Pastor. „. PRBSBYTEBIAN. FIBST PBISBTTKBIAN—on Sixth street, (near the Court House ). Servi. es at 10W A. M., and 7 P. M. Rev. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. MBTHODIST EPISCOPAL—corner of«East Ave nue and Fourth street. Services of the Sab bath at 10W A. M., and 1% P. M. Sunday Scnool at 2 P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at o'clock. Rev. Jabex Brooks, Pastor—residence on East Avenue. GKBMAM MBTHODIST—corner of Broadway A Fourth street. Services at 10^ A. M., and 7 P. M. Rev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor. LUTHERAN. Swsnx LCTUXHAK CHVBCH—on Filth street Services at 10W A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching •y«rj Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev C. Boren, Pastor. E WING POST OFFICE aonas or OXLIVXBT or KAILS. On Sundays, from 9 to 10 A. M. On week days, from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. OURS OP ABBIVAL AMD DBPABTVBB,AND TIMX O* CLOSING KAILS. Red Wing to La Crosse, Wisconsi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 29 October 1859

Fioi!i the Netf York MeretU J. BY OBKIN P. ALIEN. •, nam .-/ She's gone to roar, At Death's behest— The young, the beautiful, The goo4, tbr dutiful, Has gone to rest: As to the went Slow sinks the sun descending Through golden glories wending— Glad to repose Where ocean H»WH. Her life to pare Could not endure With ell her srtlessnoss, Tho world's cold heartlcssness So in the grate- As sinks the wave— She calmly lies, reposing, ill comes the great disclosing: The opened page Of earth's last age. She's gone to dwell Where never swell The taunts ever hateful, And word4 cold, ungrateful Where o'er her breast, In her sweet rest, S'iall never roll the blending Of tears and toils unending, To sadden life With joyless stife. "WIT AND WISDOM. Poverty is the mother of nil arts. Every man is the architect of his own fortune. Three thinga to contend for—Honor, Country and Friends. If you wish a thing done, go if not, SCIHI. (J Good company and good conversa tion are the very sinews of virtue. T...

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. — 29 October 1859

1 Fiom the Kerf York Mvrcur Ne lor -Mercury 5r».«a BT OBRIN P. AM.BN. .BaOQO ii.+MH-'' /. She'll gone to rest, The young, the beautiful, The gaod^tbv dutiful, Has gone to rest: __ its to the went 8tDw'«inl|s|bo!u»d, With ill her arties*na*s, The world's cold koaitlessness: So in the grate-*-,* 3 .:•• As sinks the wave— She calmly lies, reposing, 1 ill comes the great disclosing: The opened page Of earth's teat age. She's gone to dwell Where never swell The taunts ever hateful, And words cold, ungrateful Where o'er her breast, In her sweet rest, S'tall never roll the blending Of tears and toils unending, With joyless stile. "WTT 4N© WiSDO^L Poverty is the mother of all arts. Every man is* the architect of own fortune. Three thintr* to contend for—Honor, Country and Friends. If vou wish a thing Jone, go if not, wend.j Good company and good convcrsa tion are the very sinews of virtue. Tears may soothe the wounds they cannot heal. Be op-'n for correction if yon are in the wrong, acknowl...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 12 November 1859

*B*I "SENTINE 18 PUBLISHED gVEKY SATURDAY, 9 WJffti, MllfNRSOTA, LITTLBFIEL A MAQINNIS. Jearaal An Independent Democratic DSV0TXD' TO THE 1MTEJ18T3 AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. As a Political Journal it will try all meas ures and men by the standard of Democratic principle*, and will submit to no tMt bat that Democratic truth. CONTEXTS: IM Smtintl will oonUin Congrenalonal and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—Kiver aid Commercial News—Literary Matter- Tales-Biographical a Historical Sketches, A Ac., Ae.. Ac Tamils OF SUBSCBIPTIOK: (SwkB la Atvaaas.) Que Cony, 1 year $ S 01 Six Copies, 1 year 8 00 Ten woo Any person getting up a Club of Ten /roaaitaiag fl 00, will be entitled to one oopyejratla. Subscriptions to Clubs moat all com mence at the same time, end be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters everywhere are an therlsed Agenda for this paper. IN ALL ITS AMIOUS RANCH I S Executed in a superior manner, and on thea shortest notice. BLANKS.—Warranty, Quit-Claim,Special Warranty, Mor...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 12 November 1859

rbiuwio »T Tew E I E ft MAGINNIS BE WING, I N N NOV WILLIAM OOLVILL, JR.. EDITOR O A A I O N ttOVKKKOK TiUNKSOIVINO. It is proper and becoming that a Christian people thpuldufcU A dsim.ii.i.Miti 0 S A,™»*'«t,v God at stated seasons •m Humbly Invoke eonttrina'nro of His kind protect! ut. The eitisens of this StataUn co roon with those of other States of the Union. neve man reasons for observing that'b norcd eastern. Duritw the pnst year. He has preeerv ed as from the visitat.i»na,f pestilence He ha cyased the earth to yield an abundant harve as continued to u«rth« possession of civil and religion* liberty, and the security of law lie bas averted from tho nation ,of which we rornl Apart, the evils of inter-ial dissension, and of foreign war. For these and countless other blessings vouch aaredus, we should he profoundly lhanklul.— Let us then enter into His gate* with thanks giving, and into his courts with praise," and bow the knee in grateful acknowledgment of Hie mercies. H. SIBLKT....

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 12 November 1859

[BY. stED W1NU CMUMC11US. "i—r CI 15* XPISCOPAL. Come* Cnuaoa—on Mam, (between Bush A Pimm rttMU). Services at 10X A. M. sod 7 P. M. Bev. I. B. Wells, Pastor. PBS8BYTBBIAN. FIBS* PauBTTiaiAN—on Sixth street, (near the Coatt House). Ssrvl, ea at 10){ A. M., and P. If. lev. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. MXTHODUT. Mataonw* RriscorAt—oorner of East Ave naa and Fourth street. Services of the Sab bath at ltU A. MM aad IX P- M. Sunday •tap. M. Prayer mectinc Thursday Brooks, •veniag at f»X o'clock. Bev. Jab Pastor—residence on Bast A venae. GBBBAM MKTHODUT—corner of Broadway A Fourth street. Service* at lutf A. M., and 7 P. at- Bev. Henry Kolbo, Pastor. LUTHBBAN. LavasnAM Catraea—on Fifth street. Services at 10W A. M., aad 7 P. at. Preaching •nary Wednesday evoakig at 7 o'clock. Bev C. Boron, Pastor. RED WING POST OFFICE. nouns or aaaivaaT os MAIM. Oa Saadays, front 9 to 10 A. M. Oa weak days, from 7 A.M.to8 P.M. aoaaa oa ABBIVAB AND oarAaToaa,AMO TIMX or CLosrwa MAILS. Bed Wing to La Crosse, Wis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 12 November 1859

aa Pme* rkMBTvaaiAM—on Sixth street, (near BOOM). ServKee at A. M., end Be v. J. W. Hancock, Pastor, a XSTHOD1ST. I I W E»ISOO»AL—«NMT of I I Ave- aae Md ontk stmt. Borvioee of the Sab W IS* A. M» Md 1H M» Sunday annuel at*?. M. Prayer maeflng Tharaday atoning at Mf o'clock. Rev. Jakes Brook*, Paotef iiesiiafi on Bart Aveaoo. tJaasu*. HmoDMT-corner of Broadway A Peerth street. Services at 10* A. M., and 1 M. -Bar, Henry Holhe. Pastor. I LVTBBBAW. LaraaaaM Cavaea—OB Fifth street. iat 10W A. at.,aadt P.M. Preaching aaaty Woaaaaaay ovoatag at 7 e'eleek. Bev C,BofBBtPaatot. «Sa* WIMG POST OFFICBS. ', BOBBaoaaaaivaarovMAna. sod OB Ssadaya, from to 10 A. at. Oa woak Cram A. M.totP. M. days, aaaa o» aamtvax. ABB oarABTSBB,AMS ei ewe" •-. •''.•'-•• otoarwoHAna. Bad Wing to La Oroaaa, Wisconsin—I eaves dally, (BOW.) at o'olook P. M. Arrivaa six ttBMaawoak a* SoVloek A. M. The greet 1—tBara me'ls ara carried Wlaf and8ft. Paal.—Leaves dally oa tha arrival of tha Eaataraatataa at iHo'oloek A.M....

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. — 12 November 1859

JaAttQ TIMBk While we se mirth And beauty, and mu lie light owl/gay Then arc mil fbtma Mating at the door Thoagh their ftieof are siioot, their Read ing looks would say— Oh, herd timet come again no more. caoBvs. 'Tie thelong the aigh of the weary, Hard times, hard times, come again more Many days yon have lingered wound our Oh, hard times come again no more. I no Let t» pause life's pleasures and count its many tears While There* in we all sup sorrow with tbs poor I'sasong that will linger forever careers: Oh, herd times come again no more. There'' pale drooping maiden who toils her life away With a warm heart whose bet'r days are o'er Though her voice would be merry 'tis si ing all the day-* Oh, hard times eeme again ho mere. 7 ?n& tIJOt) 'Tie a sigh that is wafted across the troubled •Tis a wail that is heard upon the shore 'Tie a dirge that is murmured around the lonely grave On, hard times come again no more. From the N. T. Musical World. A CHtSft* LtWfdlfD. At a short dist...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 26 November 1859

O S E S TH E SMTINEL IS PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY, AT E WING, MINNESOTA, BT I E I E & A O I N N I S A Independent Desaoeratie Joaraa DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND EIGHTS OF THE MASSES. At a Political Journal it will try all meas ure* and men by the standard of Democratic principle*, and will submit to no teat but that Democratic truth. CONTKNTS: The Sentinel will contain Congressional and ijrn and Domestic—River and Commercial News—Literary Matter Legislative—Foreig and Commercia News—Liten Tales—Biographical a Historical His Sketches, dec, A Ac. Ae. TJBUMS O S S I I O N (StikUy is ASTMM.) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 8U Copies, 1 year 8 00 Ten 15 00 jgjr Any person getting up a Club of Ten and remitting $18 00, will be entitled to one copy gratis. 3f Subscription* to Clubs must all com raenca at the same time, and be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters everywhere are au thorised Agen's for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHE8, Executed in a superior manner, and on the shortest...

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. — 26 November 1859

ITEMS. SILK ia the most useful covering for the body lightning cannot pa»s through a dry silk hankerchief, so decidedly anon-conduc tor is it. Hence, if worn next the skin, the sir cannot ahsoib the electricity of the hu man body. Damp sir is conductor of electricity—dry sir is non-conductor hence a dry place is tha safest retreat. Jons U. FREMONT hss subscribed $500 to the proposed monument to the late Senator Broderick. MKMBKIU of Congress are arriving at Washington daily. Some 20 are already there. SOME of the Iowa papers find fault with the Governor's proclamation for Thanks giving, because in it is the assertion that the State 1MS been blessed with plentiful harvest this year, whereas, they Ray, every one knows that there was hut l,a'/ a erop." THK trial of Cook, Coppie, Copland, and Green, the Harper's Ferry insurgents, closed at Chsrlestown, Vs., on the 10th. The jury rendered a verdict of guilty of murder and insurrection. They were sentenced to be executed on Friday the lrt...

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. — 26 November 1859

CITY DIRECTORY. XFISCOPAL. Cuairr Careen—on Mam, (between Bush & Plum streets). Services at 10j A. M. and 7 P. M. Rev. E. B. Wells, Pastor. PKESBTTEKIA.V. FXBPT PBESBTTKKIAJI—on Sixth street, {near the Court House ). Servi. es at \0\% A. M., and 7 P.M. Ber. J. W.Hanoock, Pastor. MXTBOD1ST. MrmouiiT ErisoorAL—corner of East A ve nae and Fourth street. Services of the Sab bath at 10V A. M.. and 73* P. M. Sunday Scnool at -.' P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at o'clock. Bev. Jabec Brooks, Pastor—residence on East Avenue. GXBUAU MKTBQOIST—corner of Broadway A Fourth street- Servioes at 10 A. M., and 7 P. M. Bev. Henry Kolbc, Pastor. LUTHKKAX. Sexe LCTHMAV. CBTBOB—en Fifth street. Services at \0}i A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching •Tery Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Bev. Boren, Pastor. ftBD WIHG FOST'OFFICE^ Boms or nxx.ivxBT or KAILS. On Sundavs. from S to 10 A. M. On week days, from 7'A. M. to 8 P. M. •OVBS or ABBIVAL AKD DXrABTCBX. AKI) TIKE or ciosrae KAILS. Bed Wing to La Cros...

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 November 1859

I1EFORK I EVI'.R SA W E E BY S. T. KASQRR. Before I saw thee, Mary, I would feel A strange emotion o'er my spirit steal, When e'er I heard thy name Thy fancied image mirrowed in my heart, Would often make bright cherished hopes to start,— Yet I knew not whence they came. Altho' thou, wcrt a stranger, nfi/l, to know My future fate cither for weal or woe Might be pronounsed by thee, Made my gla 1 soul to vibrate like a lyre,"to And in my breast I felt but this desire,— Thy gentle form to see. They said thy cheeks while rev'ling in thy smile Half-blooming, half-concealing, would be guile A heart more cold than mine That they as Parian marble were as fair While Flora sighed to see her roses were Less beautiful than thine.. They said, thy mind with gems of wisdom fraught. Was bright in fancy and profound in thought Yet gwntle as the Dove That thou wcrt beautiful in grace and mien,. Whose heart as pure as sunlight's morning sheen Seemed only madeforlove. And thus I reasoned often—if thou ...

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 December 1859

1 FllOlPfiCTVaf. THESMTIXEL •jq PUBLISHED itvittr SATURDAY, AT MED Wlttti. MINNESOTA •v LITl'LEFIKLD MAQIXNJS. .•aswassaaaaaak A A Independent U,i»«jeratic Journal DRVOTBD TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. As.aPalitical.-Touroalit will try all mras ores and ia«ii by the *ur»'Ur«l of MsmocrMtic principles- au wol submit to no teat bat that U«uiiieraiic truth. CONTBNT8C I The tyiti+tl will contain Congressional an.l Legislatiye—Foreign an I .Domestic--River and Oojin*roi:l Vevr* -LiUrary Matter- Tele* -Hiotfraphicel tiil Historical Sketches, A A Ac. Ac. ISItMS OK S,JBSCltlPTIOX One C^pji I y«»r 2 00 SWCyie*,! year 8 0i Ton 15 00 t^T Any peraoo «attinr up a Oluh o" Ten remitting Jl« Jo, will be entitle to one •opy gratis. '*JgT Vib%oripti'»n* to Clnh* mutt all eom maneV: at the same tiina,' be strictly in aSVanae. A .^RTfl —PO^TH titers verywhore ere an th-lrisel Agin for this nap jr. 1t« \^l?^*«?W.»rr:%ntvi '-l tit-Claim.Special Warrant*, ,Mri/are lje-l«, anl Townshin 1*1 »t*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 3 December 1859

ITEMS. JKFWHHK Arguatelhofe S S 2 th»tciiy who purchased a nil. read ticket, but concluded to stop and resume hid journey next day. The con doctor reftjsed to accept the ticket which wai good lor one day only, and ejected the passenger from the can. Passenger knock* ed down the conductor and brakeman, Was arrested and fined ten dollars, and ae a fin ale, the treasurer of the company sent him complimentary ticket. The Republican Contention of the city of «ew York, which met on the 22nd instant BonunatedOesrReObdykefor Mayor, P.r' neodo Woodi..ihaDemocratic nominee. A French professor of insect ology, has recently regaled his taste -*ith a dish each of several curiosities among the creeping things. He says the cockroach has the "*T®r o« and pine apple, the louse of The. first mortgage bondholders of theis New York and Erie Railroad, having ap plied to the comptroller of the State or°Xew York, to advertise and sell the roads for the nonpayment of interest, the State Comn taVkllfav a A ...

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

LEGAL NOTICES. MOBTGAtta E SALE. •tawea detaelt hastanmdein -MM. wtnrea a aeiael kite been md the payment of a certain mortgage upon which there is claimed to be dne at the date of the first publication «f this notice, the nam ot B'neteen hundred and eleven dollars and forty eight cents-- §1.911.4* t—which said mortgage bean date the 7th day of September, A. n. 155*, anil was executed and delivered by Wil liam Freeborn and Matilda his wife, both of Bed Wine. i» the countv of Goodhue, andPLAIN State of Minnesota, to jlichard Freeborn, of the HIM place, and was recorded in the office of Che Barinter of Deeds of ui,i ooontv .t Goodhue, on the 8th dav of September, A", n.,innaNioaa 1ST*, at o'clock A. K. in Book 5 of Mortgages.! on a a 2 J15 and whit h«aid wort-' n* duly amtirned bv the »*jd Kitliard'°t Freeborn to Henrv Bael. of Bed Wing afore aaid, on the lutii Zay of .Vovember, a. n. 1356. which said assignment was recorded in the office ot the Register or Deed* a ore»aid on the day ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 3 December 1859

1 LEGAL NOTICES. MORTGAG* E 8ALI. WhOrea J,f.oit has been payment of a certain mortgage upon which then claimed to be da* at the data of the first publication of thi. notice, the ram ot nineteen hundred and eleven dollars and forty eight cents- (•!,611.49 )-which aaid mortgage beers data lbs 7th day of September, 7 o. 1IM, ami was eiecutad and delivered by Wil «*tiMe »»*. &>«* of a W 1 titPf* W 2*&** C. Boren, Paetor. *«odhue, »ad Ste&flC to Bichard Freeborn, of tie tame place, and was recorded in the office of the Batiste* of Daede of county of Qoddhue. on the8th day of September, A. D.UvUeOaea MM, at9 o'clock A. U. in Book S of Mortgagee, on pages 211. SIS and 2X9 and which mid mort gage was duly aosiraed by the aaid Bichard Freeborn to Henry Sue), of Bed Wing afore said, on the 10th day of November, a. o. 1859. which assignment waa recorded in thely ot D***1 •'•••••id on the 18th day of .November, A. o. 186*. at 6W o'clock A.M. in the second book of Miscellaneous B...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 3 December 1859

OVRUIOL Clout the dwipr gently, BiWIe the breath, Our little earth angel I* talking with Death Gently he woo* her. She wishes to stay, Hi* arm-* are about her— lit bears her awaj MIMIC COIOM floating Pawn from the dome, Angel* aro cli.inting The tweet welcome home Come, stricke weeper! Coma to the be I, Oaxj on the aleepar Our Idol deal! 8ino 'the out the ringlets, Clow the dark eyes, No wonder such beauty Wiw claimed in the skies Cross the hand* gently, 0"er the white breast, S«i like a wild ap!i it Strayed from the bleit Bear her out *%, Tliis Idol of ours Let her grave shunhers Bo 'mid the wild fl \rer*. A I JOH. E. VOOH. This misguided young man, says tlio Christian Xnteliffenoer, who with tin* other insurgent* of Harper's l«Vfry, has been condemned to death, we c-aii not believe to be, in iet, the Ion tile Virginia Court has acljudgtd him to be in law.* Guilty be, no doubt, was, of conjoining with others for the com mission ol crime -guilty, in yielding to the villainous scbinn...

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