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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 5 September 1860

E WING E S RPISCOPAL. CUBIST Cnviicii—At the Church, junction of East and West Avenue with Broad street. Ser vices at 10'{ A. M. and 6 o.elock P. M.— Sunday School directty after morning service. Daily morning waver at 0 o'clock. All seats free. Rev. E. R. Welles, Pastor. rUESBYTEUIAX. FIBST PBCatBT-rjEniAM—on Sixth street, (near the Court House). Servhes at 10),' A. M.', and 7 P.M. Rev. J. W.Hanoock, Pastor. MKTiiomsr. MBTIIODIST EriscorAU—corner of East Ave I and Fourth street. Services of the Sab »ath at ll» A. M., and 7i P. M. Sunday Bcnool at 4 P. SI. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8W o'clock, Rov. Jabez Brooks, .Vastor—residence on East Avenue. (iiBUA* MKTUOOIST—corner of Broadway A /ourthstrsst. Service* at 10}j* A. M., und P. II. Hev. Henry Kulbe, Puotor. O E I A E W I N I E E N COBKXGTXU WKXKLY. Flour—Ei*ra »5 00 XXX $4 00 bbl. ,H beat—Good 80»S5e. :. O»ts-*3r3S0c bushel. Corn—«6/aa0|»33c uhellul. l'ork-3^f»5o lb in the hog. Potatoes—25O300. S«a.l—Timothy S 602»: Clover...

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. — 5 September 1860

I I E O 11 E WING E S El'ISCOVAL. CIIBIST CnuHcii—At the Church, junction of Eust and West Avenue with Bruud street. Ser vices «t 10$ A M. and 6}4 o.cloek P. M.— Sunday School directly after morning service. Daily morning prayer ttt '. o'clock. All seats free. Kev. E. R. Welles, l'sistor. PRESBYTCKIAX. FIRST I'KBSBT TKIUAN—on Sixth street, (near tho Court House). Services ai 10)i A. M., and 7 P. M. Kev. J. W. Ilaoopck, Pastor. MKTIIOD1ST. MCTIIODIBT KrisuorAb—corner of East Ave Sua an I Fourth street. Services of the Sab-Ciieiibtn, oath at 1»} A. M., and 7$ M. Sunday Scuool at P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at s'j' o'clock' lie v. Jaboz Brooks, ./axtor—residence on East Avenue. (iiHUAM METHODIST—corner of Broadway A. /onrthstroet. Service* at 10}{ A. M., and 7 P.M. Kev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor. O I I A E WING I E E N CORKlLCTr.n WtlKI.Y. Flour—Sxkrn $•" oo XXX $-i 00 bbl. heat—Wood 30OS5c. Oats-i.VSSOc bushel. Corn— s!f,7jkV9 3.K- shelled. Pork—S^fiMo lb in tho hog. Potatoes—25(3...

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. — 5 September 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. I MO. 1M0 I wOODS AliO AT WHOM!AlB AND RgTAIL, at the CHEAP CASH STOKE of jaooa B«M, will excel that of any other assortment la tha aoanty and we guarantee onr custom an far better bayin* than they can And else where. '•Small •refits anl qulek returns and/Wr and liberal dealing is onr system.— We tray/or eaah, and receive onr good* di rantfromtha Importer nad Manufacturer, and COUXTXT DBAI.XXB will fat mueh la their advantage to ax aaiiao oar stock and artaas bolero going be HW. The ladles are invited to examine onr larga aad beautiful variety of Spring and Summer Drees tteode, Domestic Goods of all kinds in complete assortment Prints Ging ••J??.\ 8k««*i»f». Crock-* ery. Glass and Stone Were of the latest patterns, Boots and Shoe* a large stock on hand at low price*. Wehaveior eale the Oelebrated Coppar-tippsd Boots and Shoes (One pair of which Je warrantedtoout wear two pairs witaeat tipe.) Hats and Caps and Ready made Clothing in endless variety.— PLOWH! PLOWS of al...

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. — 19 September 1860

artM THE SENTINEL W. W. PHELPS, Cdltor. 1* P0BLI81»T BYZKY WIDKMDAT, A I N A I N I S BED WWO, Ml NESOTA, A I 4 4 at Doaaeoratlc a DKVOTKD TO TUB MTBIHTS AND BI0HT8 OF TKat MA8SB8. Aa a Political Jonrnal it will trv ill m#M •ree and man by the atandard ot' Democratic rineiple*. and will submit to no taat but that of Democratic truth. C0XTKXTS: Tho $*»tim$l witl contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—Uiver •a I Commercial News—Literary Matter— Tale*-Biofraphieal a Historical Sketchsa, &*., A Ac. Ac TSRttS OF SUUCKIPTION: )(9titoUr la AaVae**.) One Copy, 1 year 1 Ot SlsCopiOW,Pyear...* I 10 00 Too 15 00 'Any parson getting up a Glnb mining $11 09, will bo ontitlod to S A N O O A to at La Ta one tad remittin ••17 gratia. t^T Subscription* to Club* muat all com mane* ot tha aama timo, and bo strictly in advance. A'!".** rS.—Postmasters everywhere are an horiied Afen'.a far thia paper. ki» man. IN ALL if VARIOUS •RANOHCt, Sseeated in ariperior manner, and on the ah...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 19 September 1860

THE SENTINEL^ l'L'BLltIIEI ItY A I N A N N I S W. XI. PHELPS, Editor. RED WING, MHtti, SEPT 10, isno. A I O N A DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. ron ritEsioKXT, 8 E II E N A O O A of Illinois. FOU VICE I'RKSIDES.T, 0 I E S I E I V. JOIIXMOX, of Georgia. IlEJlOCHATlt' .STATE I E K»R" rKKSrOENTIAIi Et.KCTOKS. A C. ANDREWS, of Stearns, WILLIS A. GORMAN,of Ramsey, JOSEPH WEINM ANN, of Carver, UENJAMIN Fit AN KLIN, of Winona. ron ASSISTANT ttOEtJotfa. V. R. 1ELAN0, of Washington. AiLEXANDER JO!JNSON.of Waseca, (flEOKGE W. SWEET, of Benton, MOSES MONTGOMERY, of Wabs'w. vo* nupifr.sEvrATTXT.H IS eoxc i:i:ss, JOHN M. GrLMAN.of Ramsey, A SI ES EORG B. of Dodge. BOB S.TATE: AUDITOU, JiaRJkSA^ TROTT, of Tine. 30R- CMCUK OF THE SUPKEMK COURT, JACOB J. NOAIT, of Ramsey. HKMUCRAT1C A PPOINTJIH.VTS, We call tho attention of our readers I'einmann, (in German) candidates for Prcs l.ntial Electors lions. John M. Oilman .id James George, Democratic cadidates for Congress, and also. lion. Amos Coggswcll wil&...

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. — 19 September 1860

PUBLISIIBD ay A I N A 1 N N I S W If. 1'IUSLPW, Editor. ,ac= REI WING, MBBfc-tera.it ^6. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. •••"./' Tbtt Mfe8IDKS*T, M*1ll S E E N A ftrtUCliAS BHoir, Wi lUinois, '..,. FOU VICE PRESIDENT, ioB" CKKRR OF THE BufnEMt COtTIT, JACOB J. NOAtf, of iR*hWcy*7/ SEMOCRATIC A PPOINT31HXTSv We call the attention of our readers to In following appointments of Democratic lions. Willis A. Gorman, and Joseph .'einmann, (in German) candidate*! for Pres i:ntial Electors lions. John M. Oilman ,tdJames George, Democratic cadidates for Congees*, and1 also- Hon. Amos Coggswcll wrtfcadlress the people as follows: MM Wing-" ivme Island Mantorvillo flwatonna VUlloJi.- a I a E S V. O N S O N of Georgia. apiPM'h lKMOCKATJC NTATE TICKET. [ioqve*I'KKSWENnAI. EI.KCTOHS. .. ft ANDREWS, of Stearns, WILLIS Ai GORMAN, of Rani*e.TV ,TOSKt»ri WEI^MANN, of Garvar, *}KNTJAJM1N J4U.NKWN, orvtlnena.but FOR ASSrsT.urt Btii:tT0473. F. R: A N O of Washington. ALESAN bBii'jTOlINSON.ot WaSe'ca, \)OHN M: tt...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 19 September 1860

.«k it MR RBI WlfK? CHCrtCIIE* CHRIST CHVROII—Afctlte Clmrch. junction of East and West AVaniie wUK UrbdJ strwit. Ser vice* at li»K A. M. aud 6^ o.clock 1*. M. Sundav School directly aftoir uiqrrung sttO'fcfi. »SBymernl»»r draw atftdWoitf. 7R1 feSfc *ee*iltart]»VK -vWallMl^tu«i.-'f stteT .FIBST PajeuTTsiiuN—on Sixth street, (near Court Tlouse). ServUeiutt 101^ A. M.,and j& M. **, J. 3 S *v|qr- ::, ,ntiv. MSTUOOMT. MsiHooiar EPISCOPAL corner of Kant Avc Aa* aad Fourth street. Service* of tlio Sab oath at luji A. T^ T. M. Sunday •onool at? P. M. Prayer inoettag. Thursday evening at SX o'clock. Hev. Jubcz Brooks, HaMASS reaidenco on East Avenue. AraiMAM Mrmoni»T~conwr of Broadwitv A fourth stroit. Swviue* at !»»'. A. M., and 7 M. Jt«v. llonry Kotbo, iUnan a? vt^7iSo3S¥K & A I W1NU PHIC I E -. LfU A*:!-.* ..' W »d ,-.:» W MMtl «4iMt*] SlNodrv-Ex»ra*3 00 XXX $4 Ov W jl i\,keet«~Geod 80f»?WJ ASern—2*astK0fftc shell*!.: Pork -SJtfaSc io tlwhog. I Poiiuoert-r-a4«aoac. raJerfT aRet »...

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. — 19 September 1860

I I E O RBI* WING E S •Kpfscbrafc CHRIST CUCROII—At tire Church, junction of East uhd West Avonuc with ltrotVI street. Ser vices at li»ij A. M. and o.elock P. M.— Sunday School directly after uturuing service. Bully morning braver at 0 o'clock. All scats free. Rev. li» if. WeJles, Paster. rUESUYTKIMAX. FIRST PMESBTTEIUAX—on Sixtli street, (near he Court rtouse)j ^Servhcsut l-\£ A. XI.,and i"F. M. lie v. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. ME'i'UODlST. :i 91 Syrup -. N. O. S.,11. 7»)e golden Teas—i M,)thiiim$l I For Illinois' rtfttcy, we quo:b F, JB3 \l\y Croc!: Bonl, Kiujlfjf), t^ ita.i f}rnic ..-i Pino IsjlanJ,"• i»f.i!»toi-villo .*.« M»*epp»,"" Mroilovo, -X i.'httetc.r,...-...• Z.inibrota, Uo.ooe,....."....... Concord,.••' ••'.•' Wasioja, Ashland Oiik?len *t»'rto«« Albert Lea Austin Troy-City, llaclor..." «. Kenyon Klwoc»4, J'.v»tonrtr, Wilton, 1^'to R--fhCity CUtrmont, ••.•''. 2 rn JL MSTHOIMST EPISCOPAL—cornor of East A ve ins and Fourth street. Services of the Sab-CiieuUra, oath at in1. A. ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 19 September 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. 1 I NEW GOODS AMD 1M0 AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, at tho CHEAP CAS STOKE JTiesa HCHTTIRB, ee. 1 A .Bush Street E WING MINNESOTA. W art now receiving the LARGES and BEST SELECTED stock of Dry Goois sod Groceries over offered to the pe -ile of this vicinity, which for extent, variety end rieh a«*s, will excel that of any other assortment in the county and we oarantee onr custom era far be ter bargains than they can find else where. "Small profits anl quick returns," end/Mr and liberal deeling is onr system.— W boy for ea$h, unci receive our Roods di rect from the Importer and Manufacturer, and COUSTRY DKALERS will find it asuch to their advantage to ex amine our stork and prions before going be low. The ladles are invited to examine onr large end beautiful variety of Spring and Summer Dress Goods, Domestic Goods of all kinds ia complete assortment, Print* Ging h»»na 8heetWfie», Denfrrte, Tickings, Drills, Cambrics, Linen Goods, dec., Jewelry, Stationery and Fancy Goods ef ...

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. — 26 September 1860

PlteSPBCTUS. THE SENTINEL W. W E S Editor. PUBLISHED KVEKT WIDNKSDAT, A I N A I N N I S AT 11ED W I N MINNESOTA A» Independen Democratic Journa DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. A Volition1. Journal 1'. will try nil aud man by the st.mdard 0/ Democratic t.-in iples. ami will submit to no test but that if Democrat'., truth. CONTESTS' 'bo Sentinel trill contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreigu and Domestic--River an.I Commercial News—.Literary Matter— Tula*—Biographical a Hiittorical SketohsSj oi*., A sfcc. ti. TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (9trii*My is Adranoa.) Ono Copyi 1 year Si ^'iio», 1 year To.i 2 OS .. 10 00 ... 15 Ou {£""F*Any person getting up Club To ,-\ I remitting $16 00, will be entitled to one topy gratis. JSP? Subscriptions to Clubs must sll com aenos at the suma time, and be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—ros-.masters everywhere arcau horized Agents i'or thispi.j^r. IN ALLITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, F.xeci ted in a superior manner, and on the shortest notice. B...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 26 September 1860

whom wo venerate, ami w!i I a knowledge as my lender—Henry Clay. (Immense mid long continued :i| ]ilause.] I saw him laboring wuh that wise old man to iibhohl the cause of the Union, the enforcement of the laws and the constitution. Allow me to nay that I was at that lime the repre sentative from his district in the State of Kentucky, from the Ashland dis trict,and had an opportunity of witnes sing his exertions, the deep anxiety, the painful solicitude which he felt when those measures were before the country. Whether right or wrong he believed in his heart that the conn try was in danger, and that it was necessary for all men of all parties, and without any referenco to past party feeling, to rally together for the purpose of saving the constitution, and of restraining that social agititation which threatened to destroy it. I saw him then, bowed down, scarcely able to walk to the Capitol, aged, wornont, 1 saw him when he would rise in his place and throw ot his cloak stand erect b...

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 September 1860

a .. I I E O It E W I N E S EPISCOPAL. CUBIST CIIU.UCII—At the CliHrch, junction of T'ast and Wont Avenue with Broad street. Soe ices at U!£ A. M. and 6% o.olook I*. M.— Sunday School directly after morning service, .ly morning prayer at 0 o'clock. All scats tnti. i:ov. K. It". Welles, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN FIRST PRKSHVTEKIAN—on Sixth street, (near ho Court House). Sorvhcs at 10)^ A. M., and P. M. Rov. J. \V. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. HKTIIOIHSTGIMSCOI'AL—corner of East A Ve nus and Fourth street. Services of the Sab oath at 10'W A. M., and 1% P. M. Sunday Senool at 2 P. M. Prayer mcetiii.i Thursday •vetting at jMa o'clock. Rev. Jabcz Brooks, *.*»tor—residence on East Avenue. UKUMAU MKTIIOUIST—corner of Broadway «fc fourth street. Service* at 10}^ A. M., and 7 I*. M. Rev. Henry Kolbo, Pastor. O E I A It ED WING PIUC E E N COHllE'TED WEEKLY. Flour—Extra $5 00 XXX 84 00 bbl. Mr licat—Good 80(3)95o. Onto—25OS00 bushel. !orn—25(5980(3)350 sliulled. Pork—S^(S5o \,* lb In the hog. Potato...

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 September 1860

•UBwe MISCELLANEOUS. JJ WIN fl ARDWARE STORE! C. II. & E. L. BAKER, SHELF UARD'WARE, HYDRAULIC RAMS, CROSS-CUT SAWS, I (SUCCESSOR TO T. J. OOOPKIt,) 'Wholesale and Retail A 1 if Hard-ware, Tin wrc and Stores, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, LEAD PIPE, BELLOWS, VICKS, ANVILS, DRILLS. CHAINS, NAILS. PUMPS, SCALES, FILES AXES, Ao. I O N PERU SLIGO, SWEDISH ENGLISH A N AMERICAN E I E AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS &c, fcc, fcc. All kind* of Tin, Shoet Iron ami Copper work manufactured to order by experienced workmen. June 25, '59. 131-1* E. P. O W A E "Wholssakand Retail Dsalsila SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOUS, And BLANK BOOKS STATIONERY Wall tad Curtail Paperi, JEWELRY JPoehet Cutlery* Port XowMiea, Fancr Goods, AMD MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A gonoral assortment of TOYS^ AND YANKEE NOTOISS NUTS, FRUIT AND CONFECTIONAAV, Corner of 31winfcBosk Streets A S A si floods {riven In exchange for clean Linen OJ Cotton Rsgs of all colors, for which the high est price will ho paid. Rod Wing, Sept. 12,1857. SO- tl J. I II ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 October 1860

rit©Sl»E€TUS. THE SENTINEL W. W. l*llELI*fS Editor. PUBLISHED JCVEtiY WEDNESDAY, MARTIN MAGINNIS. AT E WING MINNESOTA •An Independent Democratic Journal DKVOTKD TO THE IKT^RKSTS AND RIGHTS OV THE MASSES. As a Political Journal it will try all roeas nres and man l»y tho standard of Democratic I principles, and will submit to uo tost but tint of Democrat!* truth. CONTENTS: Tho Santiit'l will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—River and Commoreial News—Literary Mat ter— Tales—JJiographical—Historical. Sketches, &*., A oic. &u. TERMS OP sunscmrTiox: (StricUy In Aihraneo.) Orio Copy, 1 your-••• Six Copies, 1 year Ten Inscriptions to Clubs must all comJg IN ALL IT 8 VARIOUS BRANCHES. fit tented in a superior manner, and on tho shortest notice BLANKS.—Warranty, Quit-Claim^pocia Warranty, Mortgage Deeds, and Township l'l/vts constantly on baud and for sale at this office. BUSINESS CARDS. a. r. WILDBB. w. o. WILLIBTOH WILDER WILLI8TON, Attorney* at JLaw, UKD W...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 October 1860

ITEMS. 0#x. WALKKB was shot at Truxil Id) Honduras, on the twelfth day of September. Teh ahoU were firedi at him, amid the chcern of the Honduras soldiery. Ho was decently buried by iho foreigners at Truxillo. Col. Kudler, Walker's associate, has been sentenc ed to four years imprisojiineut. LATH dates from San Francisco stato that Hon. Reverdy Johnson ad dressed a largo audience at San Fran siscoon the Hthnlt., at an Anniver •ary Fire Department Celebration.— The feature of ths speech was a strong appeal to the Union sentiment. TUB Upper Peninsula of Michigan, embracing the northern part of the State, has gone Democratic at the State election, which is held two months earlier than in the Lower Pe ninsular. The Democrats have gained a Senator. This is a godd commence ment of the campaign in Michigan, and is a sigii of what is coming in the tiorth-west. OFF SETTS.—The loveliest valley has a muddy swamp the noblest moun tain a piercing blast, and the prettiest face some ugly features....

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. — 10 October 1860

TtfOKTCJAliE SALE. Whereas default has boon made in the conditions of certai mortgage dccdbar ing data the 30th day of December A. D. 1358, •scouted and delivered by William Bootluoyd Mid Mary Ann Boothroyd, his wifc.of the coun ty of Goodhue mid "State of Minnesota to George G. Gilbert of the sumo place, whoiuby the said William Boothroyd and Mary Ann Boothroyd his wife did grant, bargain, soil and convey to the said George U. Gilbert his heirs and aligns forever, all that tract of land lying and being in the County of Goodhue aud state \}{Minnesota, described as follows, to wit: The Sooth East quarter of the South West quarter of section twenty-nine (29) in Town ship one hundred and twelve (112) North of Kongo fifteen (15) Wost,» contaning forty acres with all tno appurtenances thereunto belong ing, to secure to the said George G. Gilbert "his hairs and assigns tho payment of the prom issory nolo of said William Boothroyd for theUheeki. .sum of one hundred and eight dollars *nd ei...

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. — 10 October 1860

jt v. -. 'v .\ MISCELLANE6US. E 1 a- I ARDWARE STORE! C. It «f E. L, BAKEK, tSVCCWMOB TO f. i. 0DO9KB,) Wholesale and Retail A I lari-wart, Tia-wnr ami Stoves, &HELF HARDWARE, HYDRAULIC RAMS, CROSSCUT SAWSy. BUILDERS' HARDWARE, LEAD PIPE, BELLOWS, VICES, ANVILS, DRILLS, CHAINS, NAILS, PUMPS, SCALES, FILES AXES, &c. I O N rZUVt 8LRSO, KWKDISH, ENOLISII AND AMERICAN REPINED. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS A ifec, & All hinds of Tin, 8hoet Iron and Copper work manwfbettrred to order by experienced work mem J'nne 25* "5t. 1 6X1 K. P* LOWATEB, WboIesaleandHotailDoabiilu SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOUS, And BLANK BOOKS STATIONERY, Wall art Cartila Papers, JIWELRY, JPecket Cutlery, P«flfVaaaplea, FancyGoods, HVSSmAL INSTRUMENTS a ia*tnlessortmentof W AND YANKEE NOTONS avravpa«rr ANOOONPIOTIONARV. CwMrtriaiik BoskStreett at A 3 S A O I ^oodsnjvsainsachsnge for clean Llnon 04 Cotton an of all colore, for which the high eat prist will he paid. Wing,Sept. It, 188T. co-tf J. I E Wholesale and Retail...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 17 October 1860

O S E S THE SENTINEL W. W. E S Editor. PUBLISHED BVEKY WEDNESDAY, BY A I N A I N N I S AT HED WING, MINNKtiof A, Aa Independent Democratic Journal. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND RltUlTS 0 THE MASSES: A* Political Journal it will try all nieas iir«s and iiton by the standard of Democratic (hat rinciple*. and will submit to no test but of Democratic truth. C02ff ENTS: he Stntintl will contain Congressional ami Leg'alativo—Foreign and Domestic—Kiver and Commercial News—Literary Mat ter— Tales -Biographical— Historical. Sketches, &*., die vie. «&u. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Htrietly in Adtanco.) One Copy, 1 year 9 2 00 Six Conies,1 year 10 00 Ton ... .... 15 00 Itf* Subscriptions to Clubs must all com-good nience at tho same time, and bo strictly in ndvance AGENTS.—Postmasters everywhere aroint tliorised Agen'.s for this paper. feMfe fell W* *®1 tN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHE8, eotcd in a superior manner, and on the shortest notice. BLANKS—Warranty, Quit-Claim,Specia Warranty, Mortgage...

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. — 17 October 1860

—-. ITEMM. If laughter is the daylight of the soul, a emilo is its twilight. Why is the best srtfefc of mall liquor liko the Inst aofig in a concert pro grammer Beeaflss it is ./foe ate. A young fadfy in Rui|s cwwiy cap* tnred a beaver lately, and also the man who was carrying it about on his head. Verting ladies are given to-such tricks. Vhere ir a young man who walks so Woir (hat ho wears spurs to keep his fnadow from tramping on his heels. An Irish judge said, when addres sing a prisoner, "You are to be hang ed, and I hope it will prove a warning to you." A man who is advertifthig "Lodg ing to let for early rlfci-sV' at Banbury, adds—"Coclfiffchiiia fowls, of very yocal powers, are kept on the adjoin ing premises. A foreman of a grand jury in Mis souri, after administering the oath to a beautiful woman, instead of handing the Bible, presented his own phis, saying: "Now fttathe book, madam.** II* did not discover his mistake* mi til the wholejury burst into a roar. A young man hav...

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 October 1860

ORTGAGE SALE. Whereas default has boon made in :he conditions of a vertiii lilortjMiro deed ar tii»dutc the 30th day of December A. 1). 1858, Executed and delivered by William Bootlnoyd and Mary Ann Boothroyd, hia wifo.of the coun ty of Good hue and State of Minnesota to UcS'rge U. (JiTbett of the same place, whembv the said William Boothroyd and Mary Ann Bwotluroyd his wife did grunt, bargain, soil and convoy to tho said George G. Gilbert Lis heirs and assigns forever, all that tract of land lying and being in the County cf Goodhue and State of Minnesota, described as follows, to wit: The South East qtiartor of the South Wosl miartcr of section twenty-nine (21 in Town ship one hundred and twelve (112) North of Range fifteen (15) West* cdntaning forty acres with all the appurtenance's thereunto belong *"f. to secure to trio said George G. Gilbert |S£nkj his Heirs atid assi^nstho payment of the prom- Circular*, wof note of said William' .'Boothroyd for tho Cassia sum of one hitndrod ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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