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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 6 February 1861

CITY D1KECT0IJY. E WING CIIUlftCUKN. EPISCOPAL. CHRIST CIIURCU—-At the Church, junction of Ka»t and West Avenue with Broad street. Ser vice* at 10U A. M. and $}{ o,ebuk P. M. ftunday Seflool directly after morfiirr service. Daily morning ptarcr at '. o'clock. All seats| ?»»*«»*.«•* Mt«« free. Rev. E. belles, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN'. Fiasr PHISBVTEKIAN—on Sixth street, (near! ho Court House). Scrvi.es at 10U A. M., audi P.M. Rev.J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. Lumber—Common 10(5$12 clear 16®$20 q? thousand feet. Shingles—Shaved 2/S$2 25 extra $3 50. E O O I A A. A. A E. L. TEKLE, PKOPRIETOB Basoment of the. Metropolitan Hotel, corn er La vue A Potter Streets, Mini Minnesota The proprietors of this establishment having been to considerable expense, and having fur nishsd their tables with the improved patent COMBINATIO N CUSHIONS would respectfully solicit a share of the pat ronage of the lovers of the game. Our tables are interior to none others in Bed Wing or in the State, and we fee...

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. — 6 February 1861

N E W GOODS'i860. Fall Trade Opened Look out for A A I N S COME AND SEE. DRY G00D3, O E I E S BOOTS AND SHOES, E A A E CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, Oil cloths, Carpets ETC., ETC, ETC SLAUGHTERED At th* 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 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 and Broche, Cashmero Cloaks, Marsailes Counter Panes, Lancaster PARKHURSl'S COLUMN JSL~A* FOOT'S COLUMN. Blanket Shawls, Hoods, Quilts Curtain Muslin, Marten, 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 Taried assortment of OAB.PSTS & OIL CLOTHS Brussels, Ingrain and Hemp Carpets. A full assortment of RE...

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. — 13 February 1861

THE SENTINEL W I I S it ri nUsiiKi» EVERY WEI»SKSI*AY, A I N A I N N IS. AT MKI WltflJ, MINNESOTA, a\« Independent Ueiwocrwtic Journal. ... .—__—.__. .... XOTH «WIIT. O A a Political .1oiirn-.il it will try nil inoa* N and 111*11 Uy lie standard of Democratic Jjrinei pie*. a/t«l will submit to no lest but I of lieinucmtia truth »o's ri:NTs: The Skntiwryi\\X eotitatli Co'jIjjresMonal ami Legislative—Foreign ami Domestic River an.l Commercial New Literal) M*t Mr -Biographical —Historical. Sketches. «fce., Ti:uir» strissonii'Tlox: OrieCoiiy, 1 year Cornea, 1 *ear i«» .v. T#a 15 00 |^*flubieriprU'tJS to Clubs must all co rat*** iWa aama time, and be striatly al**aea. A'iKSTS. iliarlie.l A .-tinit.tfli* aferywherearanu f»r litis y?p«r. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, laated in a an parlor manner a»«l on the Rhorte.-tt notice. 1 S W a a Qiiit-riuini,Specin Warranty MfnrUtivfe l»ced*, au«l Townxliip I'latsoonVtnutly on'huuil ami fvr •»K- at tlii •ftaa. 1 I 7 I I *n'^ KK.O WIN. MI.NXKSOTA. aa ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 February 1861

THE SENTINEL W. \%. I'llttLPS, l-Uitur. PdiL1S11r.it KVKUY WKPXKSIAV, MARTIN MAGINNIS. I! ti I MIN I A Am ImtfiMMulfiil a a IUCVOTKD TO THE INTERESTS At a Political .liirir.il it v. ill try nil ineas nres artd hfen Uy tlio standard oi Democratic principles, and will sulnnit to in. lest but of Ihstiiwrutie truth. o's 1 S S th-i &utl!n»r*\\l uai.tath Cojijiresslntml ami Legislative -Foreign uiiil llnmestie l.'iver an.l t'ommereial New* Literary Mat- Mr I IM Itiographienl II1 »r..ri.-: I. flketehea, .fca.. A A .v*i. I I S I S O I I I O N (S i.-.1» In AiOans*.) .• i». 1 I **:i tit 1 0 Tea W*«« M'TH 1 a ai mtat a »i aaina a Aif.STS. -tm:i iter* »»er_v for lliis ps|*r. vaariie 1 A IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, -aa'ei In a ^ut.'ri'.r mannerr, ami ••n tli anpar.o ma tine »h-rtc-t r«tie«. 1 1 1 S W a a Quit .ini, "Warrantv, Mort!»a?e l».--l«. ami T«' t'la'. ooti«r nit ly on liantl au-'i for »»le •(Baa. BUSINESS CARDS. witnait «•. WII.I.I.IT«N ^t 11.III".It A WII.I.ISTO\, Tfetary I'ublie a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 February 1861

THE SENTINEL1 W. W PIIKLPS Kditor. ni.tsiir.u EVKUY WEDNESDAY. S. MAUTIN M.VG1NX AT MKI WlNti WINN KNOT A, An Iadrp«MiiliTHt Democratic JoHrnnl. OKVOTKD 10 THE INTERESTS AND BIGHTS THE MASSES. a Political Journal it will try nil ineas ree and men Uy lie standard oi'Democratic principle*,and will submit to no lest hut ih.t of iNnnuvniti* trutb. «:oVrkvrs: The W W cnntaiii. CongressionalI and Legislative Foreign and Domestic lliver an.l Commercial News Literary Mitt- Mr- -t'ali* -Biographical —1i_Uto.ric.nl. Sketches, Jet., tfce., Ac A-t. Ti:u\is tv suusciui'Tiiox ri.-lit 1» /H»»not.) OrisCopy, 1 year 9 W its Copies I *ear 10 ft* 1^0.) ^ej* Sttbieripviofla to Clube must all com rati** nine time, in.l be itrietiy iu A'.KSTS. Po*tnta*ter« everywhere are au 4»»riitd Agon's for this paper." IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, leeteJ in a superior manner, and on the superio shortest manner notice. t. wiiimi. %trii.ir.» WII.I.ISTOA. •Attorney* at tjatr, say efifce Courts ef this State. w. :. wii.i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 February 1861

4 .. a ..(Ph vi rrr». baa af the New Orleane journals •a* Mitre headed **Ouv War Corres fw.nd. We¥.n II seoma to be recogtm eel inlliit qnarter that they are at war, though with whom or where the enemy ia, it would be difficult to dia cover. If there is war, it ia the moot •mgaler one erer known. All the armies are on one aide and they are spoiling for a light, which nobody a»fma 4|ie»a*fd to indulge,them in. ^VhiW«.practaM»f alt theae warlike vagaries againat imaginary enemica, W continually acajtjst the jaatice offeree being.Mwdagainut TW Jananene Bmbaaay have at last reacKeeTTedde and been aafrly landed. The President's jettyr has been deliv ered to the Tycoon, nml he is delight ed with it. An invitation haa been extended to him to visit Niagara.— Theembaeajr have been received by their Government in the meat enthusi aatic manner, and it is said will pro bably be aent to other countries to kliketrWaMea. f.„ Tk§ mersljanUQfMobile Jako rntjieir a aracticaA view of the .-•„ James, ....

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 February 1861

1 1 9 ITKMM. of the Ne Orleans journals ha* letter* hearied "Our War Corres fHnd« nce. It seems to be recogniz ed in ilint quarter that they are at war, though with whom or where the enemy is, it would be difficult to dis cover. If there in war, it is the most imgttlae one ever known. All the armies are on one side ami they are spoiling for a fight, which nobody •went* Uiepnftttd to indulge them in. While* practising all these warlike vagaries against imaginary enemies, they arf{cryfng out continually against the justice of force being used against »..i»tw:Ta*,-•%-»*(*• to Japaneft* Embassy have at last reached Yeddo and been safely landed The President's letter has been deliv ered to the Tycoeii„ and he is delight ed with it. An invitation has been extended to him to visit Niagara.— The embassy have been received by their Government in the meat enthusi astic manner, and it is said will pro bably be sent to other countries to make treaties. The merqhsnU of Mobile take rather a pract...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 February 1861

ITKM«. bm of the New Orleans journals ha* letter* headed "Our War Corres pond* nce.M It seems to be recogniz ed in that quarter that they are at war, though with whom or where the enemy is, it wouM be difficult to dis cover. If there is war, it is the most singular one aver known. All the armies are on one side and they are spoiling for a fight, which nobody seems disposed to indulge them in While practising all these warlike vagaries against imaginary enemies, they are,.crying out continually against the justice offeree being used against r«Jr*.aa^jflfc*fc'*fc"'V»H'- v«..- he Japanes Embass have at last reached do and been safely landed he President's letter has been deliv ere to the ami he is delight with it. A invitation has been extended to him to visit N a a a he embassy have been received by their in the most cnthusi astie manner, and it is said will pro bably be seut to other countries to a treaties. he merchants of Mobile take rather a practical view of the secession bust ne...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 February 1861

*niwv*x.i BED wiNt nmtciins EPISCOPAL. CHRIST CHUIIOH—At the Church, junc'.ion »t I East and West Avenue with Broad strbct, Sor vice.-* at 10)4 A. M. unci 6J4 o,c'lock l\ M. Sunday School directly after morning service.! Dailv niontltig ofaycr at o'clock. All scats' f/eV. Ker. £:H*: Welles, Pastor. PKKSUYTEIUAX. FiBil*PitK9BtTttuiAtT—on Sixth street, (near bo Court House). Servhea' t»t 10)J A. M.,aud 1*. M. Hev.J. W. Uancbok. Pastor. METtlODltrT, MKTIIOOIST EPISCOPAL—edfjicr 8f E:i*t a*e and Fourth street. "Services of the oath at I A. M., and lU V- M. Sundn Senool at $ P. M. Pray »«»injf at '.j o'clock. Cantor residence on East Avenue CfiSRMAM MBTUOIHST—corner of Broadway it: fourth street. Serviec«:at lO'.j A. M., and 7 I*. II.' Ror. Hcnrv Kolb*e, Pastor. O E I A RED WlMi FIlll'l! CUltUENT. OORRKCTK1) WEKULT. Flour—Ex*rn §o 00 XXX §4 00 bbl. Whuat -GoodSOOS.Vr. t,»»ts—SSOlOo bushel. oru -TifJU O W -helled. Pork—3^:«»5c lr lb in the hog. Potatoes --J-V«v!,v. Seid-=»Tiiiiothv $2 'i,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 February 1861

I I E O KEir WIXM cinifit nrs. is OPAL. CHRIST Ciiuitoit— At the Church, junc'.ion of East and West Avenue with Itroad 'street. Ser vice* at \oyt A M. itnd Htf o.cloek Sunday School directly Kfter morning service. Daily nlorttlttg prayer at ft o'clock. Al scats Eiamiaiou* LMof free. Key. R* Welles, Pastor. FRK8IIYXERIAX. hi! W 11 1 S I I O W S sxe'nnd Fourth street. 'Service of th Sa! a at H'}i A M., and lU P. M. Suuditv Senool at •.» I*. M. Prayer mooting Thursday in at o'clock." Roy, Jabez Brooks Cantor— residence on East Avenue. OKIIMAN MBTHOIMST—corner of Broadwa A »*ourth street. Serviecvat I0£ A M. and 7 P. I I O Y. Henry Kolho, Pastor. O E 1 1 I A E WINC. l'ltici: CI/KltfrLVi'. COKKECTKl) WEKKLT. flour—Kx»ra $• 00 $ 4 00 bbl ^V host -Goo S0(2)ST»e. Cats—-J.V.iHOo bushel. orti 1 9 1 (al-Viz shelled. P.-rk—8j(i)5c lb in the hog Potatoes -2")'rt"i'ti)f. Sevt—Timoth $2 50p3 Clovcr$77 50. Beans—75cti?$*l -J." :U* bush. Butter— O O :l? lb. Egg*.—l!6?So dozen. ftutc*r—N.O.'ASI'Oiv r...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 February 1861

I I E O Terms strictly cash. TU 3 2 TOT JKI?cc^mrRpnBs,. 5 EPISCOPAL. CHRIST CIIUROII—At the Church, junc'.ion of East and West Avenue with Broad street. Ser vices at 10 $ A. M. mid 8 o.eloek P. M.— Sunday School directly after morning service Daily lUorltltlg ofaycr at if o'clock. All scats free". Ker. & if Welles, Pastor FRKSIIYTERIAX. tt Hi MKrilODlSt. McTiioniflTErisoorAt—cofiicr '5f Ea*t Ave asetrnd Fourth street. -Services of the Sab Mth lit 10»i A. H., and 7.i-f M. Sunday afcnool at 4 P. M. Prayer mooting Thursday evsainf &t *}.{ o'clock." Kcv. Juboz Brooks, ••alitor- residence on East A venae.1 GKUU.VK MKTUOMST—corner of Broadway A fourth street. Service*.at lO1^ A. M., and 7 f. II! Rev'. Henry Kolbe, Pastor. O E I A E VVIJICi PKIC12 E N CORRKCTKD WEKKLY. a flour-flx*™ $3 00 XXX $4 00 bbl. W boat -Good SD/fflSoc. ,Oata 'J.Md'lOo bushel. orn -l*»aO ®35c shelled. .Pork—5!£«5o 111 in tho hog. Potatoes—i'tfS'iOis. 8esd-=»Timothy '$•£ ::\T)3: Basna—75c03l iio 'M*'bush. Mu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 February 1861

fc-aaw'WtffcW'T--"Kiwiju .-'.mm MAMUM n»r»r,tr* MuSx NEW GOODS! a M% 12 S Ml fnit Opened Look out for !*#'. IA irUIl. II A A I N S COME AND SEE. .-- ... .y fc M. I O I E S ROOT S A N SHOES A A II OJT1IM, HATS 0 A S, V* •fl «la4lus CaqK-tf. £TC.% Era SLAUGHTERED siiku: mm I4CE8S SILK S O E I N A N O E I E S PAT E N S A S O O E N E A N A 1 I N A N DO N N E SILKS A I^argt Stock of Uibbonc. Bonnet Border*, Face Flowern, Crape, Taxlton, Cro^AJA inins. *o. |»!cwM Msortmcnt of Vlgttrtd DeLaiaes, Freucli. Mcriuoi and all Wool D«- Lainpa, Freneh Merinos All Wool DeLainci, Wool I*laid*( AlpncM »Vc, Jkc Also Broche,. CeMimere aud Blanket Sliawle, mtT --nefto.-- Hoods, •ttaailes Counter Panes, Lancaster Quilta Curtain Mmlin, Msreea, fperav Kknnels, Silk Yehets, etc., eto., ete A mammoth stock of U081ERX AN& GLOVES? I And 7 9 W I E GOODS eeery Mad and qaslity. 4 large arnl varied assortment of aiWraTB^oiiSLC-Tss llmuelfe, lnfriin and llerop Carpets. I O 0 IC1 (Q ••,[ JthM assortment of E A M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 20 February 1861

THE SENTINEL W W E S Editor. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, BY A I N A I N N I S AT E WINIJ, I N N E S O A Aa Independent Democratic Journal. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND BIGHTS OF THE MASSES. A» a Political Journal it will try all me.is *.ir« »I\I\ inen l»y the standard oi'DemocraticI (prinoiule*. and Wiil submit to no lest but Uut of Democratic truth. C0NTKXTS: The AfAtintI trill eeiitain Congressional and' Legmlutive—Fo'relttn and Domestic—River ^.n.l Commercial News—Lltet-ur.v Mat ter— I'ales •—lliogrjipliie.il—Historical. ftketclie*, £«., &c, &o. &*. TKUMS OF SUISSCKIPTIOX: (Strictly in Adr»ne».) OneCdi».V,ljre»r S 9 01 Sit Copies, 1 year 10 OC Tea 15 00 Suluoriptions to Clubs must all com mease st tke saute time, aud be striotly in adrsaee. A'rENTS.—Postmasters every wbere are at. taerized Agon' Tor this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, with h, «ated in a superior manner, and on the shortest notice. RL \NKS.—Warranty. Qnit-Claim.Specla Warranty, Mortgage l)ecd«, and...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 20 February 1861

THE SENTINEL W. W. PHELPS, Editor. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, BY A I N A I N N I S AT ItED WINti, MINNESOTA, A» Independent Democratic JournAI. BEVOTED TO TIIE INTEltESTS AND EIGHTS 01 THE MASSES. At Political .Tonrnftlit will try all meas ures »rt\ nVen by the standard oi" Democratic brinciple*. and Will submit to no tost but lb»t of Democratic truth. CONTEXTS: The Stiitintl will centain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—Kiver An I Commercial News—Literary Mat ter-Tales—Biographical—Historical. Sketches, Jks., &c, «fcu. &». TKiuts OK SUBSCRIPTION: (Strictly la Adrsaes.) One Cofy,l year Six Copies, 1 year Tea •-..« WOULr •$ 2 Ot 10 Oi 15 00 MF* Subscriptions to Clubs must all com ratine el Ike same time, auJ be stiiutly ij mdraaee. A'JRMTS.—Postma*tera everywhere are tkeriied Agen'.s for this paper. & & W SUB m®i^% I BUSINESS CARDS. r. WILD**. W. C. WU.LISTON WILDER A WILLISTON, •IttorncyH at JLaiti ED W MINNESOTA W C. W1LLISTON If etary Public and A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 20 February 1861

policy they may take tor themselves, w« will invite tlicm to a generous riv alry in nil that devedopos the highest quality of every nation. With my nest wishes to yon gentlemen, ami to the succus* of our eoinmon govern went thin day announced, I bid you good night. He was frequently interrupted by applause, and on retiring three cheers were given for Mr. Stephen*, the first Vice President of the "Confederate States of America.'* LATI-MT NEW lng ATCHISON, Feb. lG. Mr. Hyatt departed yesterday p. Mi, for the Gust, having accomplished the object for which-ns/eame, which was to ascertain* true conditiou of thing* ana* to hasten forward the establishment of relief depots iu the interior, which are being pushed for ward as rapidly as possible, under energetic management. Mr. Hyatt gota to urge forward the movement inferencetoLegislative aid and to advise in the releif measures generally. As »'Mn a« practicable he will visit Knrope for the purpose of regaining hie health. ST. Louis Feb, 17...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 20 February 1861

CITY I It E O 11 Y. i» WING curium:*. EPISCOPAL. CiiiiMT Cuunoie—At the Church, junction oft East umi West Avenue with Broad street. Scr-1 vices at 10}$ A. M. and OJtf o,clock P. M.— Sanday School directly alter morning service. Daily morning prayer itt 0 o'clock. All scats! free. Rev. E. R, Welles, Pastor. PttHSBY'l'KUIAS. FIUST FaRsnTTEUiAX—on Sixth street, (near he Court House). Servues lit IQJ$ A. SI., and• P. V. Rev. J. W. Haueock, Faster. I MKTUOniST. MiTitomsT EPISCOPAL—eornsr of East Ave eie and Fourth street. Services of the Sul eath at 10),' A. SI., and 7& I*. M. Sunday •onool at i*. it. Frayer mooting Thursday eveaing at •',' o'clock. Rev dabez Brooks,', /••tor—residence on East Avenue. GKRMAM MBTUODIST—corner of Broadway & fourth *tra*t. !Urviee*^at 19}£ A. St., and P. If. Rev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor. COMMERCIAL E WIS I E E N CORBKCTCO WEKKT.T. Flonr-E.xtr* #.". 00 XXX $4 00 bbl. V* heat—Good 30®9Se. Oats—•25,'»0c Vbushel»' orn f»^5e shelled. Pork—S^rjAe lb in tho h...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 20 February 1861

fAnqquRsi's COLUMN. N E W GOODS! fl Fall Trade Opened Look out lor A A I N S C0JfJ7 iiiV/ SEE. DRY 90083 •JUOCERI ES, BOOTS AND SHOES, READ MAD •ATS, OAPSy tit Ofl cloths, Carpets ETC, ETC., ETC SLAUGHTERED SUM Silks! Silks! DRESS SILKS OP ETERT KIND AND OF THE RICHEST PAT TRRNB, ALSO FLORENCE AND MARCBLUN AND BONNET SILKS. A Large Stock of BiiDiLiuEaaiEir ®®®©s, N Boaaet Borders, Face Flowers, Crape, Tarlton, Crown Lining, s¥e A Sf!onduU«worUneut of Wtenv OSVJM Oooda: Tigvreit DeLaiaea, French Merinos Mid all Wool Da Lainea, French Merinoe All Wool Delaines, Wool Bifida, Alpacas Jbc.^ JBC- Alao Breebe, Oashanre and Blanket Shawls, Cigto._ Hoode, Curtain Ma'tin, Marten, Opera Blaanela, Silk- Velvets, etc., etc, ete HOSIERY AND GLOVES, And WH1TK GOODS Of every kind and quality. A lajajaA*jd Taaisdaajertaseni of OAEPETO eV OIL OLOTHs. Brnasele, Ingrain and Hemp Carpets. assortment of A E CLOTHING, Clbthe, Cnaaimerea, Votings, I J\qm JL gs S3 \%ii Plate ltBcstic O O S W. ©mccBm waaa. M...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 20 February 1861

THE SENTINEL W W E S Editor. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, A I N A I N N I S AT E WIN(J, I N N E S O A Aa Independent Democrntic Journttl: DEVOTED O THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. At a Political Journal it will try all rnens iir«» mil men ar the standard of Democratic nrincipUa. and will submit to no test but that of Democrat!* truth. O N E S "lis Stntinel will contain Congressional and La^mlative—Foreign and Domestic—River fcn.l Commercial News—Literary Mat ter— I'ale* -Biographical—Historical. Sketches, Jit., A Jut. &<*. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Slrictly in AJT»»C».) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 OS ii Copies,1 year 10 0* 1'ea IS 00 IfS/" Subscriptions to Clubs must all com msaae at tat same time, aud be strictly ia advance. A'lKSTS.—Postmasters everywhere are au tkeriied Agau'.s for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, «ated in a superior manner, and on theinterior. shortest notice. BLANKS.—Warranty, Quit-Claim.Specia Warranty, Mortgage IJecds, and Township Plats constantl...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 20 February 1861

~r 1 potter they tnay take for themselves, we, will invite them to a generous riv alry in all that develops the highest qiMliiT of every nation. With* my 1»e»t wishes to you gentlemen, and to the suueeas of our common -govern went this day announced, I bid you good night. He was frequently interrupted by applause, ami on retiring three cheers were given for Mr. Stephens, the first Vice President of the "Confederate Slates of America." ffEW» ATCHISON, Feb. 16. Mr. Hyatt departed yesterday p. M., for the East, having accomplished the object for which he came, which was to# ascertain the true condition of thing* and to hasten forward the establishment of relief depots in the anterior, which arc being pushed for ward as rarphfiy as possible, under energetic management. Mr. Hyatt goes to urge forward the movement ia reference to Legislative aid and to advise in the releif measures generally. As soon as practicable he will' visit Kurope for the purpose of regaining his health. S T. LOUIS ...

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. — 20 February 1861

ft jMJ&Mmi fff. policy theyroav taka for themselves, w* will invite them to a generous riv alry in all that kvcl»|ica the highest quality of every nation. Witji my tieat wishes to yon gentlemen, and to fhv Miueeeft of our common -govern went tfii* day announced, I bid you good night. He was frequently interrupted by applause, and on retiring three cheers were given fur Mr. Stephens, the first Vice President of the "Confederate States of America." LATES SEWS Arciitsox, Feb. 16. Mr. Hyatt departed yesterday P. M., for the East, having accomplished the object for which he came, which was tO( ascertain the true condition of things and to hasten forward the establishment of' relief depots in the interior, which are being pushed for* ward* as rapidly as possible, under energetic management. Mr. Hyatt goes to urge forward the movement ia reference to Legislative aid and to advise in the rekif measures generally. As'aton as practicable lie will* visit Europe for the purpose of regaining...

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