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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 7 January 1860

*m O S E 8 THE SENTINEL 13 riTBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY, AT E WINU, MINNESOTA I E I E A A I N N I S 4 a Independent Democratic Journal DEVOTKD TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OP THE MASSES. As a Political Jonrnal it will try all meas ure* and men by the standard ot Democratio principled, and will submit to no test but that of Democratic truth. O N E S The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foo»!rn and Domestic—River and Commercial News—Literary Matter— Tales—Biographical a Historical Sketches, &c, A dec. &c. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION (Strictly a Adramo*.) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year S 0.) Ten 15 00 FT" Any person getting up a Club of Ten and remitting 91* 90, will be entitled to one eopy trratis. Jf9? 3tlbA3rlptions to Clubs must all com-lighted, raenae at tha sains time, and be strictly in advance. AOINTS.—Postmasters everywhere are au thorised Agen for this paper. IN ALU ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Executed in a superior manner, and on thea shortest notice. ...

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. — 7 January 1860

rF S •diircsatd of a fair contract ,\\f- rP 1 I E I Si A I I RED WING, MINN.. JAN. 7, lS.i'X WILLIAM COLV ILL, JR. E JUKSSAtilft. As possessed of uncommon interest, we ». ..« to Mexican affairs, and the necessity American protectorate. Thousands of ournot joung men are looking anxiously towards that quarter, in expectation of revolutions and changes, that will make that country a field for their enterprise and ardor, that has so long been lying dormant and disponding here in the North, under the crushing press ure of hard times. The next great .stam pede must be for the Northern States of Mexico, and the sooner the better. Although rather surfeited with messages, we cannot refrain from printing that portion of Gov. Ramsey's inaugurall thatt olution bf the and eorrespond!n. with the policy si A of tt aiw Strife make room for the President's annual mes- S S S »/•, improving condition, and his urgent recom- re uov.uamseys inaugura tha relates to our•future as practical sense and sound ...

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. — 7 January 1860

v\\ THEL:S BNTJNEL. I'l'ilLISKJill nv I I I E I E & A I N N I S WING, MINN.. JAN. T, 1SH0. WILLIAM |T L,"~J TT O E MESSAGES. As possessed of uncommon interest, we make room for the.President's annual mes- ,»,„ that quarter, in expectation of revolutions and changes, that will make that country a field for their enterprise and ardor, that has so long been lying dormant and disponcling here in the North, under the crushing press ure of hard times. The next great stam pede must be for the Northern States of Mexico, and tho sooner the better. Although rather surfeited with messages olutioi bf the Democratic platform—and and corresponding in its minutest details with the policy ably advocated by Gen Shields and the other Democratic orators* from the stump, during the last campaign^ A compromise with the railroad companies .so as to secure the construction of the road to Lake Superior and the redemption of the bonds on reasonable terms. We are sorry to see in connexion with this judic...

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. — 7 January 1860

E IVINU CHURC UN. KFISCHIPAL. CHRIST CHURCH- At the Church, junction «f East und West Avenue with Broad street. Ser vices at \0H A. M. and 6£ o,clock P. M.— Sunday School directly after morning service. Daily morning nraver at 9 o'clock. All seats free. Kov. £. K. Welles, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN--on Sixth street, (near Die Court House). Servi us at 1 A. M., and P. M. Rev. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. METHODIST EPISCOPAL—corner of East Ave nme and Fourth street. Services of the Sab oath at 10J£ A. M., and 1% P. M. Sunday Scnool at "i P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday •veiling at s.lj o'clock. Kcv. Jubeas Brooks, Castor—residence on East Avenue. GERMAV METHODIST—corner of Broadway fourth street. Service* at A. M., and P. M. Rev. Henry Koine, Pastor. LUTHERAN. SWEDE LUTHERAN CHURCH—©n Fifth street. Services at 10W A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching very Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev C. Boron, Pastor. E WING POST OFFICE nouns or DELIVERY OF MAILS. On Sundays, from 9 to...

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. — 7 January 1860

[Concluded troni lstpnge.J frm tho cnpjtnl, aud military rebellion had assigned the suj»roin2 power, of'tho rupitblio to li*u. Ziiljapja. Tiro con^itutioti provided Hint i: tlit- absence of tii« President his office should de voire upsti t!ie Chief Jitsticu of tho Supreme Court, ami Uen. CoinoniWt having kit the coun try, his fiiucii"nary, Ut»l. JunreX, proceeded to form, at Guaniij.iato, a eonstituli mal government. Before tuis wis officially known, however, nt t!it capital, tho government of Zuloaga had been roc ugulaed by thu entire diplomatic rps, hu-ludi tho Minister «f the U.ulted States, as the ./-• /'/.•/», government of Mexico. Thu oanstitiitio'nril Pre doat nevertheless maintained his and «r 0r«TyCraannr the It th army hariu pronouncthe Were declaredfce-rinmatod,: •em was invited for tno -!i T'uis assembly Mucted Gui officer repudiate tiio plai choa a S S S pue.t.e,, are oncorn«l, in„«S TT ,firmness, maintained ins position witi. peace and order to Mexic itself a a Zuloaga...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 7 January 1860

[Concluded trom 1st page.J trom tho capital, ami 1 1 military r.-helHon lml a*«igiiiui the sujvoia.- power, of the republic to Mm. Zut j»jra. T!ic ciiu.titiui«u provided Hint in the absoiicti of the- Proaicteat his olttca sliouM lu volw up»:i the Chief Jitstieo of tho SVipromo Court, Mm) God. Conjpnfori having k«|'t the ttouti try, in.i fuuetiniiary,'licit. Jtuirui, proeeeiloU u» form, at Ouannj.mto, a eunstituli mul goverwuuul. lieforc luis wis otUolully known, however, lit theer capital, tbo goVornfnsirt of Zuloaga find been r.-.c uguiied by tho Ontiro dlplom vie rp*. ini-lutlin" tho Minister ..f the Uuited States, the ,U- faail government of Mexico. Tho eonstintti n:il iVo* dent nevortlicluu maintained his posits..i with firmness, and was soon established with his cabi net at Vera Cruz. Meanwhile, tbe gov^rndieiijl or Zulorttfa was earnestly resisted in many parts of tho It ubiic, and even iu tho capital,ftportion of the aruiy baring pronounce against, its functions Were declared...

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. — 14 January 1860

O S E S THE SENTINEL IS TUBLISIIED EVEKY SATURDAY, AT ICED WINU MINNESOTA BT I E I E & A I N N I S 4n Independent Democratic Journal DEVOTE TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. As ft Political Journal it will try all meas ure!* ami men by the standard ot Democratic principles, and will submit to no tost but that of Democratic truth. O N E S The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic--Kivcr and Commercial Xews—Literary Matter- Tales -Biographical a Historical Sketches, &c & «fcc. &c. TKKMs OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Strictly in Adranee.) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Sit Copies, 1 year 8 00 Ton Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the same time, and be strictly in advance. A HUNTS.—Postmasters everywhere are an ts. r!zed Agen' for this paper. $$$* M» IM ALL IT9 VARIOU3 BLANCHES, Es«)iit«l in a superior manner, shortest notice. W. C. WII.LISTON. W I I S O T. WILDER. W I E & Attorneys at Particular attention paid to mn 1 Collecting. ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 14 January 1860

items. E Washington correspondent oi 7'Ac Phileddphia JVorth American writes: "The grocery in the House Post Office is still in full operation, and whis ky runs free to all who have votes in ing the officers oi the House. How many arc to be purchased with 'drinks' We shall be better able to judge after the election. A grogery and restaur ant had existed in a basement room oi' the Capitol for some years previous to the' commencement of the XXXth Congress but no sooner was Mr Win throp elected Speaker of that Congress than he ordered the SergctVnt-at Arms to clear the groggery out forth with, and it was promptly executed. Now a free groggery is established on the same floor, and within a few steps of the Hall." E lOlst anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns is to be very gener ally celebrated. The festival occurs on the 25th of the present mouth. I N France, love is a comedy in England a tragedy in Italy an opera in Germany a mellodraiua, and in America cither a reality or a farce. ...

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. — 14 January 1860

CITY DIRECTORY. IIED WINCi I I I KC1IE*. EPISCOPAL. CHRIST CntTKCii—At the Church, junction of East mill West Avenue with Brood street. Ser vices at 10)4 A. M. and 6£ o,clock P. M.— Sunday School directly after morning service. Daily morning prayer at 9 o'clock. All seats free. Kov. £. R. Welles, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAX. FIUST PBBSBYTKHIAN—on Sixth street, (near ahe Court House). Servi. es at V% A. M., and P. M. Rev. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. METHODIST EPISCOPAL—corner of East Ave sac and Fourth street. Services of the Sab-Drafts. oath at UK A. M., and 1)4 P. M. Sunday Senool at P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday •vening at o'clock. Rev. Jabez Brooks, faster ~residence on East Avenue. GKHMAM METHODIST—corner of Broadway A fourth street. Service* at 10V A. M., snd 7 P. M. Rev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor. f.UTHEKAX. SWEDE LUTIIKKAN CHURCH—*»n Fifth street. Services at 10K A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching very Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev Boren, Pastor. E WINC POST O I E iiorits or IU.LITX...

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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. — 14 January 1860

A I I 11Y EDWARD COOTE FINKNKV. I fill this cup to one made up Of loveliness nlone, A woman, of her gentle sex The seeming paragon To whom the better elements And kindly stars have given A form so fair, that, like the air, 'Tis less of earth than heaven. Her every tone is music's own, Like those of morning birds, And something more tkau melody Dwells ever in her woids The coinage of her heart arc they, And from her lips each tlows As one may see the burden'J bee Forth issue from the rose. Affections arc as thoughts to her, The measures of her hours Her feelings have the fragrancy, The freshness of young flowers And lovely passions, changing oft, So fill her, she appears The image of themselves by turns,— The idol of past years Of her bright face one glance will trace A picture on the brain, And of her voice in echoing hearts A sound must long remain But memory, such as mine of her, So very much endears, When death is nigh my latest sigh Will not be lifo's but hers. I fiU'd this cup ...

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. — 21 January 1860

PROSPECTUS. THE SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED EVEKV SATURDAY, AT E WINU, MINNESOTA, BT LITTLEFIEL/D & MAGINNIS. JJANS MATTSOX, Journal An Independent Democratic E O E TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS THE MASSES. A or 3 at a OF As a Political Journal it will try all meas ures ami men by the standard ot Democratic principles. anl will submit to no test but that of Democratic truth. O N E N S The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Lcsrislativc—Foreign and Domestic-Kivcr and Commercial Newra—Literary Matter— Tales -Biographical a Historical Sketches, & & &c. &o. TERMS ov S S I I O N (Strictly in Adraueo.) OneCopv,Iycar S 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 8 00 Ten 1 5 0 0 raf" \u person sfottinsr up a Club of Ten and remitting $lii 00, will bo entitled to one uory gratis. •asr Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the same time, and bo strictly in advance. AUBHTS.—Postmasters everywhere are au thorized Agen.s for this paper. teSS^ IS! S 1 IN ALL IT 3 VAHIOU3 B1AN3HE9, Executed i...

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. — 21 January 1860

ITEMS. Twenty-two ladies ami gentlemen have been confirmed at Grace Chinch, San Francisco, by the Jit. Rev. Bish op Kipp. Seventy-two persons of the age of seventy years and upwards, died in the city of Providence, R. I., during the year 185 9. A very heart-rending affair recently occurred at Mount Vernon. A lactv was found weeping bitterly at the ice house, mistaking it for the tomb of Washington. Frnnkliu, on hearing the remark that what was lost on the earth went to the moon, observed that there must be a deal of good advice accumulated there. George Washington May, late lieu- The London Times contains a pow erful leader advocating a grant of £10,000,000 sterling for the defense of England. It isn't ai all apprehen sive about Louis Napoleon, but thinks the works are necessary for future as well as present generations. A gentleman who writes to us from Paris, under the date of December 7, iuforms us that he dined with Mr. Ten Brook, in Paris, on the 3d, and learned from him that h...

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. — 21 January 1860

ITEMS. Twenty-two ladies and gentlemen have been confirmed at Grace Church, San Francisco, by the it Rev. Bish op Kipp. Seventy-two persons of the ago of seventy years and upwards, died in the city of Providence, R. I., during the year 1850. A very heart-rending aftair recently occurred at Mount Vernon. A lartv was found weeping bitterlv at the ice house, mistaking it for the- tomb of Washington. Franklin, on hearing the remark that what was lost ou the earth went to the moon, observed that there must be a deal of good advice accumulated there. George Washington May, late lieu tenant in the U. S. army, died iu the city of Ne York on the 8th inst.— Mr. May distinguished himself at the battles of Palo Alto, Resaca La Pahna, the taking of Monterey, the siege of Vera Cruz, and the battle of Cerro Gordo. The Lo.nlon Times contains a pow erful leader advocating a grant of £10,000,000 sterling for the defense of England. It isn't at all apprehen sive about Louis Napoleon, but thinks the wo...

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. — 21 January 1860

CITY DIRECTORY. IttoD WINCJ CIUJIICIIES. EPISCOPAL. Ctimsi CHURCH—At the CliHrch, junction of East and West Avenue with Broad street. Ser vice* at 10«.£ A. M. and l)4 o.cloek P. M.— Sunday School directly after morning service. Daily morning prayer at '. o'clock. All seats free. Rev. E. R. Welles, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. FIRST PaESBtTKniAN—on Sixth street, (noar Hie Court House). Sorvi. es at W,i A. M., and P.M. Rev. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. METHODIST EPISCOPAL—corner of East Ave nue and Fourth street. Services of the Sab oath at 10)4 A. M., and 1% P. M. Sunday Bcnool at'„• P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at o'clock. Rev. Jaboz Brooks, ^ostor—residence on East Avenue. GKRXAM METHODIST—comer of Broadway A fourth street. Service* at lOJ*f A. M., and 7 P. M. Rev. Henry Kolbc, Pastor. LVTHKKXS. SWEDE LUTIIEUAN CMUIIOII—-on Fifth street. Services at 10W A. M., and 7 P. M. Preaching •very Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev C. Roren, Pastor. E WIN IJ POST OFFICE HOl'ns OK DEL...

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. — 21 January 1860

•a* I CITY DIRECTORY. lifeD WINtf CUUKCIIES EPISCOPAL. btittisf CHURCH—At the Church, junction of East and West Avenue with Broad street. Ser vices at 10£ A. M. and o,clock M.— Sunday School directly after morning service. Daily morning prayer at 9 o'clock. All seats free. Rev. R. Welles, Pastor. PBESBYTERIAX. FIRST PKESBTTEBIAN—on Sixth street, fnoar the Court House). Servi. cs at low A. M., and P. M. Rev. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. METHODIST EPISCOPAL —corner of East Ave aac and Fourth street. Services of the Sab-Drafts, oath at 10W A. M., and 1% P. M. Sunday Benool at i! P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday •vening at o'clock. Rev. Jaboz Brooks, raster—residence on East Avenue. GBBMAM METHODIST—corner of Broadway «fc fourth street. Service at 10}$ A. M., and 7 P. M. Rev. Henry Kolbc, IVstur. LUTHERAN". SWEDE LUTHEHAN CUUBOII—on Fifth street. Sorvices at 10W, A.M., and 7 P. M. Preaching •very Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. C. Boren, Pastor. E WIN POST OFFICE HOURS OP DELIVER...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 21 January 1860

TUK MA D\I.I:VS FUNERAL. BY MARY A. DKNISON. FoM the coarse shroud on her bosom— Lift her with jesting and mirth' Take the worn ring from her finger, Little the bauble is worth Tangled her curls, but no matter, Push them all roughly away, Rack from her passionless forehead— Only a Mag lalen's clay. Who will come here to behold her No one, so on with the lid Press the faco downward, and firmer— Looks she as Christabel did Just such sin-lines on the temples Just so deep sunken the eyes— Rot their remembrance forever, Living by craft and by lies. Lay her away from the sun-light Why should it rest on her face Put her pine box in the sha low. Burdened with shame and disgrace Nameless the coffin—no matter— None to weep over her fall Dig her a hole in the corner, Close by the worm-eaten wall. Rest the rudo litter a moment Pshaw these aro womanish tears— 1 have three fair little daughters, Children of tenderest years. What if—'tis madness to think it Gently, men gently!—behold! Over the rou...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 21 January 1860

in S N E A BY MABV A. DKKISO.N. Fold the coarse shroud on her bosom— Lift her with jesting and mirth Take the worn ring from her finger, Little the bauble is worth Tangled her curls, but no matter, Push them all roughly away, Back from her passionless forehead— Only a Magdalen's clay. Who will come here to behold her No one, so on with the lid Press the face downward, ani firmer— Looks she as Christabel did Just such sin-lines on the temples- Just so deep sunken the eyes— Rot their remembrance forever, Living bv craft and by lies. Lay h'r away from the sun-light Why should it rest on her face Put her pine bos in the shaiow. Burdened with shame and disgrace Nameless the coffin—no matter None to weep over her fall Dig her a hole in the corner, Close by the worm-eaten wall. Hest the rude litter a moment Pshaw these aro womanish tears— 1 have three fair little daughters, Children of ten'derest years. What if—'tis madness to think it Gently, men gently!—behold! Over the rough side left h...

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. — 28 January 1860

O S E S THE SENTINEL IS TUBLISIIED EVB»Y SATURDAY, A 11KD WING, MlNNKSOTA, BY I E I E Ss A I N N I S Aa Journal Independent Democratic DEVOTED THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS TO OV THE MASSES. As a Political Journal it will try all meas ures and »»on by the standard ot Domocratio principles, and will submit to no test but tbat of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—Kivcr and Commercial News—Literary Matter- Tales-Biographical a Historical Sketches, & &c. &c. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION*. (Strictly in Adranee.) One Copy, 1 year 9 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 8 00 Ten 4 1 5 0 0 t3f"Any person getting up a Club of Ten undromittiiig $16 00, will bo entitled to one •opy gratis. Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the samo time, and be strictly in advance. AQBNTS.—Postmasters everywhere aTeau thorised Agen'.s for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS 01ANCHE9, Ets.-utel in a snporlor mannor, shortest notice. and on the 51T,I...

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. — 28 January 1860

PROSPECTUS. THE SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED JJVB»Y SATURDAY, E WING, MINNESOTA I E I E A A I N N I S An Independent Democratic Journnl DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OP THE MASSES. As ft Political Journal it will try all meas ures and inon 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—Literary Matter- Tales-Biographical a Historical Sketches, A 4c. 4 4 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTIONt (Strictly In Adranee.) One Copy, lyoar 8 a Six Copies,1 year 8 00 Ton ^f" Any person getting up a Club of Ton andromitting $16 00 »opy gratis. OT Subscriptions to Clubs must all cora menee at the same time, and be atrietly in advance. AOBNT3.—Postmasters everywhere are »u taorised Agen'.s for this paper. IN ALL ITS VAUIOU BLANCHES EMOtttfl snporlor manner, and on theinterior. shortest notice. UJLINKS.—Warranty. Quit-Claim,Special Warranty, Mortgago D...

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. — 28 January 1860

itftMS GKOIUJI: G. E A S bouk publisher,! of Philadelphia, has contributed $1,000 to the Lawrenc relief fund. Mr. E A N S begun life as a Lawrenc fac tory buy. Other contributions are coming in. Tins library of Alexndria contained 700,000 volumes. he Sararens they took the c'ty, in the year of our Lord 642, burned the entire library using, during the space six months, the books instead of wood for fuel. A least two hundred ladies in videuco, !J. I., have.ha their shawls and dresses in within the last far^for after swallowing it he* 1 three mouths by having lamp-oil pour-1 «d upon them while walking the streets. A man in N Have attempted to! drink seven pints of port wine, en a wager he sixth as a "pint" too A the National Fair at Chicago over $ 40,000 were taken in hard cash E Cardinal Viea of me has is sued an edict forbidding ladies to go to church in crinoline. he confessor is to forbid to preseut themselves at the alter to take the sacrament un less they are dressed in a simple ...

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