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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 2 January 1861

PARKHURSl'S COLUMN. NE W GOODS! Fall Trade Opened Look out lor A A I N S COME AND SEE. DRY GOODS, GROCERI £9, BOOTS AND SHOES, READY MAD E CLOTHING HATS, CAPS, Oil cloths, Carpets ETC., ETC.% ETCL SLAUGHTERED At the 11 1 $$$11* Silks! Silks! Silks! DRESS SILKS OF EVERY KIND AND OF THE RICHEST PAT TERNS, ALSO FLORENCE AN MARCELLIN AN BONNET SILKS. A Large Stock of Ribbons, Bonnet Borden), Face Flowers, Crape, Tarlton, Crown Lining, &c. A splendid assortment of Winter Dress Goods: Figured DoLaines, French Merinos and all Wool De- Laines, French Merinos, All Wool DeLaines, Wool Plaids, Alpacas &c, &c. Also Broche, Cashmere and Blanket Shawls, Cloaks, Hoods, Marsailes Counter Panes, Lancaster Quilts, Curtain Muslin, Mareen, Opera Flannels, Silk Velvets, etc., eto., etc A mammoth stock of HOSIERY AND GLOVES, And WHITE GOODS, Of every kind and quality. A large and varied assortment of CMLRPBTB & OIL OLOTSB Brussels, Ingrain and Hemp Carpets. A full assortment of READY MADE...

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. — 9 January 1861

THE SENTINEL W W E S Editor. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, DT A I N A I N N I S AT E WIX(i MINNESOTA A.n Independent Democratic Jonrnal DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND EIGHTS OP THE MASSES. As a Political Journal it will try nil mea« hres and men by tho standard of Democratic th»t rineiple*. anil will submit to no test but of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: Tha fontintl will contain Congressional ami Legislative—Foreign and Domestic--ttiver ami Commercial News—Literary Mat ter—('ales---Biographical—Historical. Sketches, Jfce., «fco., &«. «fee. TURKS OP SUBSCRIPTION (*tt*«tfy In A*T»i«e«.) One,Copy, 1 jear »ix Copies,1 year Tee r. wit.nsa. W I E An ji 00 1» Ov .. IS 00 U^r S:ie»9ripiion8 to Cluba must all com mean* at the aame lime, and be strictly in s4**aee. AGENTS.—Postmasters every where are au thorised Agents for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, tested in superior manner, shortest notice. BLANKS.—Warranty, Quit-Claim,Rpecia Warrant*, Mortgage liceds, and Township Plats constan...

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. — 9 January 1861

•ESATOIt «1CE^ A N Senator Rio1-, has jtrcscntsd tp the TOGKAIMIV.—The French Photo Committce of Thirteen, his plan ofJgrftphers have succeeded in effecting settlement. The Ne York Jferakl^ important amelioration in the art of •aye that »l meets the approval of a large number of Senators ancl llepre aentatives. It is as follows: WiiEHKAS, the territories of the United States, and thu question of the admission of the new Slates into the Union, hare caused most if not all the agitation upon the question of slavery Jrom and whereat, it is desirable that undistinguishablo from that of parch juestion should be forever abolished the halls of Congress, and that it should cease to be a political element among the people therefore, RKSOLVKD, That all the territory lying north of 36 deg. 30 mm., should oe at oner admitted into the Union as a State, upon an equal footing with the original states, and called the State or* Washington and that all the territory south of r,6 deg. 30 min, ehottld 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. — 9 January 1861

I I E O E WllfCi CIIUUCIIES. EPISCOPAL, CHRIST Ciitncu—At the Church, junction of Beet and West Avonuo vith 6roa{ street. Sor •iees.at 10{ A. St. and 6)4 q,eiock V. M.— Sunday School directly after morning service. Daily morning prayer at St o'clock. All seats free. Rev. E. 11. Welles, Pastor. PBESBYTERtAlf. •FUMTPRMBYTKIUAN—on Sixth stTcet, fnear h« Court House). Sorvit cs at 19% A. M., and P. JT. Rov. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. M«TIIO»IST EPISCOPAL—corner of East Avo 9M« and Fourth street. Services of the Sab-Drafts, tath at 10W A. M., and 1)i P. M. Sunday BcnoqlatgP. M. Prayer niecCinir Thursday •veaing at o'clock. Kev. Jabez Brooks, Vastor—residence on East Avenue. UKHMAX MKTHOUIST—comer of Broadway «fc fourth street. Service* at 10£ A. M., and 7 r. It. Rev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor. O E I A E WING PtUVV CUJUtCNT. OORRXCTKD WEEKLY. Flur—Exira 95 00. XXX $41 00 bbl. Mi heat—Good 80QS5e. Oats--2r,(@30c bushel. orn-WSW ®35e shelled. I*ork-3)£05e lb in the hog. Potatoes—25(3300. 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. — 9 January 1861

PARKHURS1 'S COLUMN. N E W GOODS! Fall Trade Opened Look out lor A A I N S COME AND SEE. SXVT GOODS, KOCER 1 E 9, BOOTS AND SHOES, E A A CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, Oil cloths, Carpets ETC., ETC., ETC SLAUGHTERED At th« 111 &$$¥!» Silks! Silks! Silks! DRESS SILKS OF EVERY KIND AND OF THE RICHEST PAT TERNS, ALSO FLORENCE AND MARCELLIN AND BONNET SILKS. A Large Stock of Ribbons, Bonnet Borders, Face Flowers, Crape, Tarlton, Crown Lining, eVc, A splendid assortment of Winter Dress Goods: Figured DoLaincs, French Merinos and all Wool De Laincs, French Merinos, All Wool DeLaincs, Wool Plaids, Alpacas etc., «fcc. Also Broche, Caahmera and Blanket Shawls, Cloaks, Hoods, Maraailes Counter Panes, Lancaster Quilts, Curtain Muslin, Mareen, Opera Flannels, Silk Velvets, etc., eto., etc. A mammoth stock of HOSIERY AND GLOVES, And WHITE GOODS, Of every kind and quality. A large and varied assortment of 0AP.P3T0 & OIL CLOTHS Brussels, Ingrain and Hemp Carpets. A full assortment of READY MADE CLO...

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. — 16 January 1861

tHE SENTINEL W W. S Editor. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, MARTIN MAGINNIS. AT E WING MINNESOTA A a Independen Democrati Journnl DKVOTED TX THE INTERESTS AND lilUHTS OP THE MASSES. a Political Journal it will try all meas arss and men by tho standard of Democratic principles, ami will submit to no test but th.t of lta-uocratia truth. CONTENTS: Ths, Stntinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domoatio—Kiver and Commercial News—Literary Mat iar—t'ales -Biographical—Historical. Sketch:.*, «fce., «fcc, &c. &*. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Strictly in Advanea.) On»Oopv,l year-. $ 2 Ot Six Copies, 1 year 10 00 •r«» 15 00 V3S"*SnVi«riptions to Clubs must nil com mease at tUa aama »ima, and be strictly iu advanes. V?ENTS.—Postma*tar» a *h»riiie V^ou'.s for t'':- .japt •eatad in •where araau shorte.'l notice. BLANKS.—Warranty. Quit-Claim,Specia Warranty, Mortgage Deeds, and Township Plats constantly on hand and for sale at thi •ffiee. BUSINESS CARDS. RRD WING, MINNESOTA Sl...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 January 1861

VV^Or I I E A I N W O I I N correspondent of the Bosto trav eler snys: N in the time to pro to i.Ouiwkecp in if ever. Even-thin here ft cheap. Furniture, betiding, crock ery, labor—all the assentials an«l moat of the luxuries of life are twenty-five per oem cheaper Mian they were six ihbrttli* ago Hous fonts remain rtbdrillilably extravagant as usual, bn young couple on $1,500 per annum can do hotter now than with 82,50 0 fliey could have rloiiri a year ajo. Tha this fact is duly appreciated, is evidenced in the great number ol ifoartfages that have taken place dur in the past fortnight and month. Thrretf taondrcd a ten weddings Vrere solemnized from the l3i of to the 2nd, and five hundred since the first of the same month. O A S A S or a presided at a dinner given by Ihe Bosto Cadets, on N Year' and after an eloquent speech, t»ftr««d the following sentiment: The gallant Major Anderson rf 2urt Stunj(er:—^lny the people give Vim honor he deserve*, and the Unite State courage to liiiu...

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. — 16 January 1861

I I E O E tVIXU CIIUHCIIUS. EPISCOPAL. CUIMST Oii'uncu—At the Church, junction of \A*1 and West Avenue with Broa I street. Ser vice* lit 10). A. M. and S}* o.olock l\ M.— Sunday,School directly after morning service. Jfaily morning nrayor at S o'clock. All scats free, liev. E. IS*. Welles, Pastor. VHESUYTEUTAX. IVIIMT PKESIITTEKIAN—on Sixth street. he-Court House). Sorvhes at 10* A. M., and! »,'y,iu»l«i"3titu"oninJ,i»»"-t»".«'«'^^t.l'aui. P. M. lie v. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. WE AUK FUEPARED TO PKIKT y. .METHODIST. [IwrlUttoiii. VMSTIIODISTEI'ISCOPAI.—eornar of East Ave- BlankXot«i! site and Fourth street. Services of,the Sab- Dr1"?' •nth at 10.J A. M., and 1% P. M. Sunday Rcuool at •. P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday •vening at S'.^ o'clock, llcv. Jab'oz Urooks, 'astor—residence on East Avenue. GKHUAM METHODIST—corner of Broadway A fourth street. Service* at 10J. A. M., und 7 Ho v. Henry Kolho, Pastor. O E I A WING PIUCK CUUHENT COBBKCTKD WEEKLY. Floor—K\»ra *5 00 XXX $4 00 bbl. heat—Go...

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. — 16 January 1861

aye— PARKUUR82 'S COLUMN. N E W GOODS! Fall Trade Opened Look out for A A I N S COME AND 8E E. DRY GOODS, O O E I E 9 BOOTS AND SHOES, E A A CLOTHING, DATS, CAPS, Oil cloths, Carpets ETC, ETC% Era SLAUGHTERED At tha Silks! Silks! Silks! DRESS SILKS OP EVERY KIND AND OF THE RICHEST PAT TERNS, ALSO FLORENCE AND MARCELLIN AND BONNET SILKS. A Large Stock of MMJBMSKV ©©©IDS, Ribbons, Bonnet Borders, Face Flowers, Crape, Tarlton, Crown Lining, See. A sp'.outl'ul assortment of Winter Dress Goods: figured DoLaincs, French Merinos and all Wool De Laines, French Merinos, All Wool DeLaincs, Wool Plaids, Alpacas «fcc, &o. Also Broche, Cashmere and Blanket Shawls, Cloaks, Hoods, Manailes Counter Panes, Lancaster Quilts, Curtain Muslin, Marten, Optra Flannels, Silk Velvets, etc., etc, ete. A mammoth stock of HOSIERY AND CLOVES, And WHITE GOODS, Of every kind and quality. A large and varied assortment of 0ARPBT8 & OIL OLOTSB Brussels, Ingrain and Hemp Carpets. A full assortment of READY MA...

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. — 23 January 1861

THE SENTINEL W. W. PHELPS, Editor. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, MARTIN MAG1NNIS. AT ICED WING, MINNESOTA, A* Independent Democratic Journal. DEVOTED TO THE INTEltESTS AND RIGHTS THE MASSES. As a Political Journal It will try all meas ure* and men by tho standard of Democratic principles, and wiil submit to no test but th.t of Democratic truth. O N E N S The Stntintl will contain Congressional anil Legislative—Foreign and Domestic- Kiver an 1 Commercial News— Literary Mat tar— Tales—Biographical—Historical. Sketch:-*, «fcs., ttc &c. &<*. THUUS OF sunscuirTioN: (StrUtly in AAvsnes.) One!opy,lyear $ 2 01 Six Copies, 1 year 10 0. f»» 4 shortest notice. BLANKS.**Warranty. Quit-Claim ,Spocia Warranty, Mortsraro Deed*, and Township Plats constantly on hand and for sale at tlii effi.ee. BUSINESS CARDS. r. wtLowt. WILDER Red Wing, Minnesota. Particular attention paid to Conveyancing and Collecting. 157-y G. REYNOLDS, ATTORNBT AT A Red Wing, Minn. |^TV'Jloe with Smith, To.vne & C...

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. — 23 January 1861

B"""»l»""!5"*"» LATEST Tixit.nvi'iiu NEWS. After an exc'ting session of ten days, the State Convention of Georgia ):used the secession ordinance by a vote of two hundred and eighty yeas to eighty»niiie nays. A. If. Stvens and ll. V. Johnson voted against it. The adoption of thu ordinance was received ill Milltdgevillf with demonstrations of approbation. The ordinance takes immediate effect. The State Senate of Virginia, on the 19th instant, had under considera tion and discussion a report on federal relations, which contemplates a call of National Convention. The second resolution of the report provides for the appointment of Commissioners to go to Washington on the fourth of February to meet the Commissioners from the Southern States. The fifth resolution modifies Crittendvn's pro position so as to give additional pro tection of slave prop rty. The sixth resolution appoints commissioners to 8 'Uth Carolina and the other seceding States, to request them to abstain from all hostile a...

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. — 23 January 1861

I 1) 1 11 O E WING CIIUJICIIES. riseor At.. Jree.y Jail morning prayer at 0 o'clock. Rev. K."11*. Welles, Pastor Terms strictly cash. of 'CimtsT ('union—At the Church, junction East and West Avenue with Broad street. Si \iiTi at 10}„' A. M. and tij^ o.elock P. Sunday School directly after moniing scrvi VUESItYTEKIAX. Vitt*T PRF.SBVTKIUAX—on Sixth street, (near liftCoitrt House). Sorvitcs tit 1 .' A. M.,and P. M. Rev.J. \V. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. MBTHODIST EPISCOPAL—corner of East Ave nue and Fourth street. Services of the Sab fathat 10}. A. SI., and 1} P. M. Sundtij Icnool at P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday MBing »t *l{ o'clock. Rev. Jiibc'z Brooke, s'aytcr—rVsidenco on East Avenue. GKK'UAM MKTUOIMST—corner of Broadway A fourth street. Service* at 10£ A. M., and 7 P.M. Rev. Henry Kolh'c, Pastor. GOMM E I A L. RED VflMi PRICK cuiutturr. COUIIECTED WEKKLT. Plonr—Ex»ra ftS 00 XXX §4 00 bbl. heat—Good 80®85c. Oats-2SO30c bushel. brn—259-1) ®:15B shelled. Pork-SJirtJSe IP lb in the ho...

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. — 23 January 1861

I E O E WISH S ,. lilM:*.:Ot»AT.. .CHRIST OllVltflll—At the Church, junction of East and West Avenue with Broad Btroot'. Ser vices at \(*14 A. M. and d\i o,clock V. M.— Sunday School directly after morning so Uuily morning prayer at ft o'clock. All scats roe. Rev. E. It. Welles, Pastor. PRESnYTEUIAN. IFIRHT Pnr.snTTEuiAN—on Sixth street, ("near HeCodrt House). Scrvhcs at 1 A.M.,and P.M. Eov.J.W Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. 1enooada10WKM.M., METHODIST EPISCOPAL—corner of East Are na an Fourth street. Services of the Sab ath A. and 7)^ P- M. Sunday $ P. Traycr mooting Thursday ereaing at o'clock. Rev. Jabe'z Brooks, suiter— residence on East Avenue. GKK'UAU MEVUODIST—corner of Broadway A fourth street. Service* at 10»£ A. M., and 7 r. M. Rev. Henry Kolb'o, Pastor. O E I A Jt£l WISH P1IICU CUItKUAT. COlUtKCTKM WEKKLT. Flour—Ex*ra $5 00 XXX $4 00 bbl. W heat—Good 80®85c. Data -23030c bushel. fern -2391) 035c shelled. Pork-5^r35c lb in tho hog. Potatoes—25930c. Seed—Timothy $2 .VVS3 Clove...

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. — 23 January 1861

PARKDUnS'l fS COLUMN. N E W GOODS! Fall Trade Opened Look out lor BARGAINS COME AND SHJB. DF.T 900DS, O E E S CAPS, Oil cloths, Carpets ETC., ETC., ETCL SLAUGHTERED At tho *va*mift Silks! Silks! Silks! DRESS SILKS OF EVERY KIND AND OF THE RICHEST PAT TERNS, ALSO FLORENCE A N MARCBLLIN A N BONNET SILKS. A Largo Stock of Ribbons, Bonnet Borden, Face Flower*, Crape, Tarlton, Crown Lining, Ac. A splendid assortment of "Winter Dress Goods Figured DeLaines, French Merinos and all Wool De-^ Laincs, French Merinos, All Wool DeLaincs, Wool Plaids, Alpacas &c, «fcc Also Broche, Cashmere and Blanket Shawls, Cloaks, Hoods, Xarsailes Counter Panes, Lancaster Quilts, Curtain Muslin, Mareen, Optra Flannels, Silk Telrets, etc., etc, etc. A mammoth stock of HOSIERY AND GLOVES, And WHITE GOODS, OF eterj kind and quality. large and Taried assortment of 0A.RPST8 & OIL OLOTSB Brussels, Ingraia and Hemp Carpets. A rail assortment of RBADY MADE CLOTHING, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting*, Plain Domesti...

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. — 30 January 1861

THE SENTINEL! W. W E S Editor. PUBLISHED E.VEKY WEDNESDAY, MARTIN MAGINNIS. AT E W I I N N E S O A AM Independent Democratic Journal. DEVOTED it a Political Journal it will try all meas iree ami men by the standard of Democratic fjrinciplen. and will submit to no test but th.t of Dcmoi-rutie truth. CONTESTS: Tha StntiiMl will contain Congressional and Lag alntive—Foreign and Domestic- Kiver and Commercial News—Literary Mat tar— Tales -Biographical—Historical. Sketches, Ae., & «fcc. &<*. Kit MS O S S I I O N (StrUUy la Advaa««.) One Copy, 1 year dixCopiea, 1 year Tea BUSINESS CARDS. Wir.DUR. WlLDElf A ANS MATTSON, Attorney at Law, AND JUSTICE OP THE PEACE, Red Wing, Minnesota. Particular attention paid to Conveyancing aad Collecting. 157-y G. REYNOLDS, O TH E ISTEnESTS^ANP RIGHT S O N E 27. $ 2 Of 4 10 oc ,. 15 00 tVSiihaoriptiona to Cluba must all com m*aee at the aama time, aud be atriatly in adraaea. A'JENTS.—Postmaster* everywhere are an tkeriiod Agenda for this paper....

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. — 30 January 1861

ITEMS. tTmmtninfeD.—•It is how wvll known (lint the minor of a personal difficulty between General Sc'ott end Senator Toombs, is without foundation in fad. General Scott it an antf-dueliat. A long sco n» 1817 he refused a chal lenge from General Jackson. W do not snow that either his conrago or hia \vftk personal honor has* been doubted by any one on that accouut. Gov. E S of North Carolina, has written to the President, informing hint that the foils which were recently cspftfred by body of volunteer sol diery, withonC authority, will be promptly restored to the-" custody of the government, accompanied by a becoming expression of his condem nation of the lawless act. This con duct stsnds out in marked contrast with the revolutionary proceedings elsewhere. Tun probability that Europe and Asia wiil eventually be connected with America by a telegraphic wire across liehring's straits, increases every year. Agents ot the line of California •re arranging to prosecute that en terprise earl...

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. — 30 January 1861

•MS- I O E WINtJ CHURCHES. EPISCOPAL. CHRIST 'iiuit.cu—Atthe ChMrcli, junction nf East mul West Avenuo with Broa I struct. Ser vices at \0}4 A. M. and 6)4 o.olook V. M.— Sunday School directly after morning service. Daily morning waver at o'clock. All scats free, lie*. It". Welles, Pastor. PUESBYTEIUAX. FIB-IT PuKSBTTKniAX—on Sixth street, ("near ha Court House). Servfi cs at 10W A. M., and P. M. Bov. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. MrnioniST"EPISCOPAL—corner of East Ave-, a«e and Fourth street. Services of the Sab-IEWjf' •athat 10V A. M.. and iy, P. M. Sunday1™ Beaool at -i P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday eveaing at *}4 o'clock. Kev. Jabcz Brooks, faster—residence on East Avenue. UKHMAM METHODIST—corner of Broadway fc fourth street. Servicc*ut 10.1£ A. M., and 7 P. M. Rov. Henry Kolb'c, Pastor. O E I A E WIMCJ PRIC E E N OOBBECTED WEKKI.T. Flour-Exira fto 00 XXX $4 Oi) bbl. Mr heat—Good S0(SS5c. Oata-2rx»10c bushel. orn -25Jt (3-tSe shelled. Pork— 3«$®5c lb in the hog. Potatoes—25(...

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. — 30 January 1861

PARKHURSl'S COLUMN N E W GOODS!urn. FallTradcOpened Lookout for BARGAINS! COME AND SEE. DF.Y GOODS, O E I E S BOOTS AND SHOES, E A A CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, Oil cloths, Carpets ETC, ETC.% ETC. SLAUGHTERED At th« AN MARCBLLIN A N BONNET SILKS, A Largo Stock of I Silks! Silks! Silks! DRESS SILKS OF EVERY KIND AND OF THE RICHEST PAT TERNS, ALSO FLORENCE Kibbons. Bonnet Borden, Face Flowers, Crape, Tarlton, Grown Lining, See. A splendid assortment of Winter Dress Goods: Figured DeLaines, French Merinos and all Wool Do* Laines, French Merinos, All Wool DeLaines, Wool Plaids, Alpacas fcc, &c Also Broche, Cashmere and Blanket Shawls, Cloaks, Hoods, Maisailes Counter Fanes, Lancaster Quilts Curtain Muslin, Marten, Opera Flannels, Silk Velvets, etc., eto., ete' A mammoth stock of HOSIERY AND GLOVES, And WHITE GOODS, Of every kind and quality. A large and vsried assortment of OAXtPSTS & OIL 0L07S8 Brussels, Ingrain and Hemp Carpets. A full sssortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, Cloths, Cass...

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. — 6 February 1861

a »w 1 1 a— THE SENTINEL W. W. PHELPS, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, A I N A N N S E WINli MINNESOTA An Independent Democratic Journal DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. A* Political Journal it will try all meas ures and men by tlu, standard of Democratic principles, ami will submit to 110 test but th »t of Democrat!• truth. CONTENTS: The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—Uiver »u I Commercial News—Literary Mat ter— I'ales —Biographical—Historical. Sketches, «fes., «fec, «&c. «&o. TERM* Of tfvuscuiPTiox: (StTictlT lu Ailranee.) One Copy, lyear $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 10 Ten ik 1 00 1 $ Subscription* to Clubs must all com meaoe at the same time, and be strictly in adtaa.ee. A'TENTS.—Po*trna»tors everywhere arc an tHorized Agen*,a for this \per. IN \LL ITS VARIOUS BLANCHES, noted in superior manner, and on the shortest notice. lit, A V!iS.«-Warranty, Quit-Claim .Speeia Warranty, Mortgage Deeds, and Township Ptats co...

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. — 6 February 1861

IfEWd FROM THE- SQUAI *H»BI* I.ATB AND INTERESTING NEWS OF ALL SOK'F& NEW YORK, Feb. 4. We hav§ fcrto ftnd ith|«jf!9Hl Hews from the Ht.m? Squadron. On the J5ln 0f January the Commander-in Chief uf the fleet received orders through Col. Pickens, at Washington, loeend imtneriintely to Florida, tlie U. 8. steam frigate Powhaltan and the corvette S». Louis. The impression prevailed extensive* ly that the vessels would go to Havana for provisions, and then obey the instructions of Mr. Toucy. Serious dissatisfaction existed among tome of the officers of the Powhattan, when her destination became known to them. The third lieutenant, purser snd first lieutenant immediately tendered their resignations, but the captain, while conditionally accepting them, refused to allow their return to the steamer. The most intcuse excitement existed in the squadron, and it was found necessary to issue an order prohibiting all officers, sailors and mariners from conversing on political news or naval mo...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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