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

1 I E O KKSJ WTN.G cittniciiEs EPISCOPAL CUBIST 'rum:ic--Atthe Chnrch. junction of F.utiuid West Avenue with \',r»:\\ stfobt. Ser vice* at 10'i A. M. and o.cloek 1". M'-i Sun lay School directly after morning service Daily morning Hraver'iti '. o'clock. All scats free. Rev. B. it". \v\$ll'c9, Pastor, S I S I A N FIUST PUF.SUTTBUIA:* jon Sixth street, fnear lk« Court HoVae), Services at 10£ A. M., and P. M. Rev.J W. llaiiec-A, Pastor. MKTUOIMST. it«TH6Dt8T EtTsOoPAt—• cornet at ami Fourth street. Serviei nth at 10}.,' A. M.. and T1., ftcuool an P. M\ Prayer mod O E 11 I A mm irina nticL tLiuiivii. COKUECTEU vrr.icnr.T. 00 XXX $4 00 bid. VIour r.xM-\ g: NVlient -Qood Si Pat»:—SSiSlOb 'V orn -l'ii fo)15? shelled, Pork-SKOSc lb in the hog. Po'tA'toesi -25ffl:i0c°. 8a*.t—Timothy $2 50/aa Clovor$,7(3 7 o0. bushel. He»a« -T.V'SSl 35'If bush, Hutter -HUil.j-ffo lb. ftfrga—faS ^c 'i*" dozen. Siurar—N. 0.8^9a reflued lliaiitj crushed •«d powdered H»15e. •yrup O. 50e S. II, 70c golden »0o. Tea...

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. — 20 February 1861

I I ii E O ttKli wivcr CHtUCIIES. Y.viaCov.\L. GiraisT CutisoU—At the Chwreh. junction of East and Wsst Avenue with Rroad street. Sor vrce* at-\9}4 A. M. and •!.' o.cloek P. M.— *an lay 8ohool directly imcr morning service. DAI-IT morning prsver wi«fl o'clock. All scat* free. Eer.E.'K*. Welles, Pastor. ,. ritESBYTKRIAN. FIRST PURSUTTKIUAS—on Sixth street, (near he.Court House). \Servhes ut 10}£ A. M.,aud P. Rev. J. W. llaueock, Pastor. MKTIIOIHST. -MSTIIOOIST EPISCOPAL—corner ofEi»*t Avo and utreat. Services of the i*ab entb at \b)4 A. M., and T'.j P. M. Sunday Souool at\'i P. M. Prayer mooting Thursday eveaing at $l4 o'clock." Rev. .Tube/. Brooks, /astor—resideneo on East Avenue. GinMAM METUODIST—corner of Broadway A -fen rib street. Servicc« at 10}£ A. M., aiul 7 P. M. Rev. Henry Kolbo, Pastor. O E 11 I A 1 RED WlJtU PllICi: CUltltUftT, COnilECTKD WEEKLY. 'Flour-Ex*™ *r» 00 XXX $4 00 bbl. NV heat -Goou S6(®S5el Oats-i-lrS'lOc V* bushel. orn -J'xDM ®35j shelled. Pork—*..^'?S5e tb i...

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. — 20 February 1861

CI T'Y I E' 'L\ O Mg ..-._ flfoj t'ai 10 EPISCOPAL. eir»i8T(,MtWWIi--Atthc'Clinfcli.' jtiwVfei^ East kudi West Avenue With B¥0tftl street. Nor Tfleed at IOL^J f«s MJ *nd 6)^ o.cloek P. M, Sanday School directly after morning scrviyo -DaiSy morning nraver'ut 9 o'clock. All scats fro. Rev. ».»*. Welles, Pastor, mwsal .VRKSBYTEUIA^-. FIBST ruxsuTTiRiAS—on Sixth street, ('near he Court House). Servbca at 10}£ A. M.,aud P. X. Rsv. J. W. JJaucoek, Pastor. MKTIIODlST. to MrrrtnmsT EPISCOPAL—corner of East A vo ««e and Fourth street. -Services of tho Sab eat* at 10K A. M., arid 1)i P. M. Sunday ftaaool at P. M'. Prayer meeting Thursday nveaing at o'clock. iRovt Jo be a -Brooks, /aster—residence on East Avenue. Osa-AV MSTUODIST—corner of ltroadwav & 'fourth-street.- 8erviee*]at 10{ A. M., a P. M. KST. Henry Kolbo, Pastor. O E I I A „. ,RJ:D WING riucL CORUSCTXD WESKIY. 1 .1 M1 Tlonf—EtVra fS 08 XXX $4 00 bbl. Mr hsstv-Oood S0(3S5c. pat*-25:311)0 Hf* bushel. orn -25 a vsJlSj shelled. Ferk...

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. — 20 February 1861

PAXKBUBST8 COLUMN. NEW GOODS! Fall Traie tpened Look out Ibr A A I N S COME AND SEE. DRT GOODS, O E I S BOOTS AMD SHOES, A A S CIATIING 1AT 0 A PS, Oil cloths, Carpets ETC, ETC., ETC SLAUGHTERED Al Ow SHU SlUu! Silks! DRESS SILKS OF ETERT KIND AND OF TH E RICHEST PAT TERNS, ALSO FLORENCE A ND MARCBLUN A N BONNET SILKS. A Large Stock of IfflBlLlUMK&T 8©®tD8 Ribbons. BMMt Bettors, tsee Flowers, Crap*, Tarltoo, Crowo Lining, *e A op'.eadid assortment of Figured DeLaiaea, French Jf eriaee and all Wool De Laines, French Merinos AH Wool DeLaiaea, Wool Plaids, Alpacas Ac A Abo Brack* Casaascre and Bleaks* Shawls, Osaka, Heeds, Maraailes CNIUT N Lancaster Qailta Cnrtein Muslin, Mimt, Optra Flannels, Silk Velvets, etc, ate., eta A mammoth stock of HOSIERY AND GLOVES, And WHITE GOODS, Of •»try kind sad quality. A largo aad varied sssorUasat of OIRMTS OIL OLOTM Brasssls, Iagraia aad Hessp Carpets. A Ml assortmeat of READY MADE CLOTHING, Cloths, Caasimerea, Veetings, Nail JPNsWMie O O S In ...

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 March 1861

FlfOSPECTlIS. THESENTINEL. W. W. PHELPS, Editor. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, A I N A O I N N I S AT ICED WIN* I N N E S O A An I lcuiocrutic a DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. A* ft Political Journal it will try till meas •tre* tiiul men by the standard of Democratic principle*, ami will submit to no test but th..t ol*Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foroign and DomoBtio—Rivor an I Commercial News -Literary Mal ter— I'alas—Biographical—Historical Akotchls, »&«., «fcc, &o. &o. TEEMS oii1 sunscitirTiox: (Strictly In Aitvanco.) Ono Copy, 1 year 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 10 00 Tcu 15 00 %STSubscriptions to Clubs must all eomo tnouco at tho same time, and be strictly in advance IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, executed iii a superior manner, and on shortest notice. DILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, FOSTERS & CIRCULARS, CARPS, BLANKS, BALL TICKETS, A O N E S X. t. WILDVR. W. 0. WILLISTON. W I E & WILL1STON, •Attorne...

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 March 1861

O S E S fll^ilTipL. W. W l'HI.Ll'S, Editor. VUBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY, A I N A O I N N I S AT MED WINC, MINNESOTA, AM Independent Democratic Journal. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND EIGHTS THE MASSES. OF A» a Political Journal it will try nil mean nrcM mivl men by tho standard of Democratic principles, and will submit to no test but th.»t of Democrat truth. CONTENTS: The Sentinel will contain Congressional ami Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—Kivcr an I Commercial News—Literary Mat ter— Tales—Biographical—Historical Sketches, &t., ccc «&c. &c. TERMS OF Sttl)SCRIT*TION Advance. $ 2 00 10 00 15 00 (Strictly la Adraneo.) Ono Cony, 1 year Six Copies,1 year Tcu fj i^f" Subscriptions to Clubs must all como rnonco at tho same time, and bo strictly in IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, executed in a superior manner, and on theTho shortest notice. BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, POSTERS & CIRCULARS, CARDS, BLANKS, BALL TICKETS, CHECKS, NOTES, DEEDS,&c. And nil othor kinds of work dou« ...

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. — 6 March 1861

ITEMS. •'How do you like tlio new mitiii Oh, first rate: ho never muddles politics or religion." LOT ftrii Grcely says lie objects to Cameron because in politics "Simon saya wig wag" to frequently, A joker *aya "you ran certainly retain a girl's affection if you neve!' return them." CTOV. Pickens is an old fogy—Mrs. 1*. on the contrary, is a purfect brick, charming nil who look :.t her. A fellow asks \vl»y dogs Lark only at a full moon? Probably it is because there is not enough of a new moou to produce Lunacy. A New York negro named Gundy, was fined last week for teaching Free Masonry to nine South Carolina negro* who had just arrived. Gundy applied a hot gridiron and charged them only $1,50 oh The Union ticket has carried Mis souri by to 10 thousand. Virginia, Missouri and Tennesson insist that the North will yet agree to a compro mise. W shall ?oon know. All the border Slave States strongly denounce coercion. A German girl ofl ITortcou, Wis., with ane Ajttstico at Fox Lake in The...

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 March 1861

,m,...„:•„„ |,ll I. 'M,*,! -"W—••— ITEMS "How do you like tire now rnimstor?" Oli, llrst rate: lie novor meddles frith politics or religion." Greely says lie objects) to Cameron because in polities "Simon saya wig wag" to frequently. A joker nays "you can certainly retain a girl's affection if you never return thorn." Gov. Pickens is an old fogy—Mrs. 1*. on the contrary, is a perfect brick, charming all who look at licr. A fellow asks why dogs bark only at a/WW moon? Probably it is because there is not enough of a ?tcic moon to produce Lunacy. A New York negro named Gundy, was fined last week for teaching Free Masonry to nine South Carolina uegros •who had just arrived. Gundy applied a hot gridiron and charged them only §1,50 each. The Union ticket has carried Mis souri by 5 to 10 thousaud. Virginia, Missouri and Tennessee, insist that the North will yet agree to a compro mise. W shall soon know. All the border Slave States strongly denounce coercion. A German girl of 15, ran away f...

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. — 6 March 1861

*mm How tlo you like the new minister?'' Oli, first rate: he novel" meddles witl politics or religion." Greely says he ohjects to Cameron because in politics "Simon suya wig wag" to frequently. A joker says "yon cau certainly retain a girl's affection if you never return thorn.'* Gov. Pickens is an old fogy—Mrs. 1*. on the contrary, is a perfect brick, charming all who look at her. A fellow asks why clogs hark only at a full moon? Probably it is because there is not enough of a new moon to produce Lunacy. A New York negro named Guuuy, was fined last week for teaching Free Masonry to nine South Carolina iiegros who had just arrived. Gundy applied a hot gridiron and charged them only $1,50 each. The Union ticket has cartiid Mis souri by 5 to 10 thousand. Virginia, Missouri and Tennessee, insist that the North will yet agree to a compro mise. We shall oon know. All the border Slave States strongly denounce coercion. A German girl of 15, ran away from lloricou, Wis., with anogro boy of ...

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. — 6 March 1861

I I O Jt E W I N CIIUIICIIES KPISCOPAL. CHRIST CHURCH—At the Church, junction of East and West Avomtowitlt Brood street. Ser vice* at 10»£ A. M. ami 0,!. o.clock P. M.~ ftimday School directly utter morning aorvico. Daily morning prayer at 0 o'clock. All scats ro«. Rev. E. R*. Welles. Pastor. PKKSHYTKRIAX. FIRSTPIIESBTTEKIAN—on Sixth street. (near ha Court House). Services tit 10]^ A. M., and 1*. M. Bey. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. Syrup—N. 0 50e S. U. 70e golden 90c. Tens—40-, 50, 05, 7V«)Al U" lb. Coffee—Rio 15010c Java20c A I O I N E S A I S E N for the manufacture of Ients* Clothes to or der. Me. C. BERGH, an experienced work man, will wait on gents and furnish them with garments of the latest styles and on reasonable terms. Persons wishing to purchase will please call and examine our stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. Tailors furnished with anything on the most reasonable terms. We cspcetftilly solicit a share of patronage. Terms strictly cash. fV MSTIIOMST EPI...

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. — 6 March 1861

N 'JJ-JUlw«u.»v I PARKIIURSVS COLUMN, N E W GOODS! Fall Trade Opened Look out for A A I N S COME AND SEE. DP.Y O00D3, O E I ES, BOOTS AXD SHOES, E A MA CAPS, Oil cloths. Carpets ETC., ETC., ETC SLAUGHTERE]) At the Silks! Silks! Silks! DRESS SILKS OP EVERY KIND AND OP THE RICHEST PAT TERNS, ALSO FLORENCE AN MARCELLIN AN BONNET SILKS. A Large Stock of Kibbons, Bonnet Bordci-s, Face Flowers, Crape, Tar1ton, Crown Lining, &c A splendid assortment of Winter Dress Goods: Figured DOLU'IKCS, French Merinos nnd nil Wool Do- AU Wool DeLaincs, Wool Plaids, Alpacas &c, &c. Also Broehe, Cashmera and Blanket Shawla, Cloaks, Hoods, Marsailes Counter Panes, Lancaster Quilts Curtain Muslin, Marccn, Opera Flannels, Silk Velvets, etc., etc, etc A mammoth stock of HOSIERY AND GLOVES, And WHITE GOODS, Of every kind and quality. A largo and varied assortment of O&RFSTS & OIL CLOTHS Brussels, Ingrain and llcmp Carpets. A full assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, Cloths, Cassimcres, Vcsti...

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 March 1861

TH E SENTINEL. W W E S E it PUBLISHED fiVEUY AVEDNESDAY, A I N A I N N I S. RED WINtJ, MINNESOTA, An Independent Democratic Journal DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND KIGHTS OF THE MASSES. A« it Political Journal it will try ill mea» Ures aiul men by the standard oi'Dcmocratic brinciplea, anil will submit to no test but thit of Deinoerutw truth. O E S Tho Sentinel Will contain Contrressiomil and Legislative—Foreign and Domosti^-Rivor :'.n I Commercial News —Literary tcr—Tales Biographical—Historical sSUfttehes, &*., S?e,, Ac. Ac. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION (Strictly in Advance.) One Copy, 1 year is 2 CO Six Copies, 1 vcar 10 00 Tou 15 00 5^0"Subscriptions to Clubs must nil come lnonco at tho same time, and be strictly in advance. IN ALL IT3 VARIOUS BRANCHES, exooutod in a superior uiannor, and on the shortest notice. HILL HEADS LETTER HEADS POSTERS & CIRCULARS, CARDS BLANKS BALL TICKETS, A O N E S :. r. wir.nKK. w. c. WILI.ISTON. W I E A W I S O N •Attorneys at L»aw, liED W1XG, MINNESO...

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. — 13 March 1861

I 1 •.'., dollni th 1 Stall .••:'•'. A jicjillcnian i!)}(»:»n»»1 inn Wisconsi four:.! :i! for friend in ihu sum of and dollars. The clerk of :. though lit well knew the I ility i' the gentlemen, could lruin his accustomed import. '•Well, sir,'how do you make CO ions I)j worth three thousand 'i he gentleman very delib speefHed the particulars up t«» ousaud nine hundred and forty '-Ay," said the clerk, "but nol enough by sixty." "For that replied the other. "I have of. hand of cm Thomas Wilson clerk himself) and I hope he will the honesty soon to discharge it." set the court in a roar. The was for once abashed and the .• said, "Well, Mr. Wilson I we may ccci.il the bail." "IV. !on ".' .' llyilro ontivg wore l*oiii horn 09 respect' Stale- in ated north nnl emi both served in the coimn.cn ihout the 'residenthsi electors ii, Davis for Polk ."'•, both elect col lo same timej "43 or IC y.. ar, and almost Ii il to |resi tvorninen'ts—one Jnlteil State*". i' the Confederate inQYica.—Moritf/mi...

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. — 13 March 1861

•F.'• CV ISiUI..— '.J)|M\-!!('(! in W U"' .'! lVl'IV. :'ul for :i tVieiid i1M lite dollars. The clerk of t, though lie well knew the the gentlemen, could .win his accustomed imperti •'*Well, shy how do you make l.lO.h? worth throe thoiisnud I'ii't'O l!lousaiid CO Li responiiihijifv »xt rei I Oifcc-'. Yft'tt'fSl'j S S S v^ l"o'. draft WP.S hot if!: \son ii: -, \v:iy. is!: tfi'j Ii?- of renlfv !(.•[• to m-- a ,.• 1 OiiMlsnCOllof1 1 io'il ii.x&V Tho gentleman very tlclih t'l'.n.tpjy 'pocitii'd iho pnrtictilnrs rip to two thousand nine hundred and forty dollar 'Ay," said the clerk, "but that is nut enough by sixty." "For that sain repltotj the other. "I have a note of. hand of one Thomas Wilson (Jlie ch:l himself) and I hope he will have the honesty soon to discharge it." Tim set the court in a roar. The clerk was for once abashed and the .T(id -.- sutMj "Well, Mr. Wilson I think v.e may rccep.t the bail/' "Davis and Lincoln were fveutukcy, ui l^QSand iaOO respect lefi (l.M Hfjijjfl...

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. — 13 March 1861

X£i j^.livfap.v T.iUY 15AII..—A «*Cllt ••.iiliv :imo:i!V() \u Wisconsin ,/wi'! .•nribr a friend in ihe sain of| l' fc. i'.ioiisaiul dollars. The clerk of the eon t, thunjjli liu well knew the responsibility' cf the gentlemen, conM not mtiwa his Rcenstomed imperii IfcjicC'V '-Well, sir,' how do yon make vn :sc!i*{o 1K« worth three thousand tioilais?" The gentlennm very delib eij!tcly ^jcfiHod the particulars rip t«» 1\VO 'thousand nine hundred and forty dollars, "Ay," Raid the clerk, ••but tluit is not enough by sixty." "For that Kiun replied the other. "I have a note of, hand of one Thomas Wilson (i!io clerk himself) and I hope ho will have the honesty soon to discharge it." This set the conrt in a roar. The clerk was for once abashed and the tt-ftrtg* Hiiid, "Well, Wr. Wilson I llmik we may recept the bail." Iavis r.iul-Lincoln wore both bain inJCenipkcv, in 1S03 and 1809 respect- tfr ively, bulli left Iueir native State- iu'greatest trial ever committed ^humanity n'jiildhyod's tln...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 March 1861

I 1) I I! E 0 it KED WiA'S CHURCHES. it- UtluH Intrch, A Vi"\" v. itll Eroa A. X. ani ..: ...,• 1 I'irccfv i'acv mor1 nmvi'i':ti oVlool 1!. Welle*. Pastor. r:.: il V. i* frill 1'. iVei lev. ll I Wh D. t\ Jo iie Wi ii If r. "i v. (!o! Phei Ucd W in riiap.-Oi.rla MCCll tO Co.HI.11 uisluil their W ,eot. I r. ii th si '.•nit House i. sServh es at M. Kov.J.W. Hancock. I Mf.t'UOlUST. JTIIODI Flfi cor.vr, -corn Of Ri- Re Or i'i Hot: e. ,:cl. i!c W. i: i. i—P i:uiiv i,n..s MotroiioUtii Chil.'iou II.) Ued Wing Uoiuo—cor n. & Bylnudor»& lionu I ]^J E O O A. A. & 15. L, 'd&$b\ Basemot of the Mtoln lijve & 1 DO 353 J.iitl1 a lov :—o intei lio Ste.l nit nil best of II I*1 .Q TT AT II. pop ir M: L'linrc'i. lb of Main K. T. Wuii & T.J. Sm' Cush KKAL E8TAT.K. r- Wi do- co W Tow no «fc —Wil'. in«on' IU'. 3 I'I. .".I 0 Minnesota! this establishment bavin "ponso. an.I having fur '.: the improved jiiiicii. CWS8I50KS1 »,: a. !.. of the pa! o' i'j •. Our tublc «., '•!.'' Wintr or ...

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. — 13 March 1861

1 I I 11 O it uuu v,Ls:i uuiujics. FPJSCOPAL. IKl.lV ilv tnortfii lii 'l'llVi We-l CV01 .vvv reus. •Will .• v••' I .• .% a HoLel. Lower Lev AmTi'o ii OOillS a rn 1 n-- ii it the CsliHfcli A Vi-V.'f V. 'il El'Oa I .-• iH't. A. ST. a o.cloefc I' [fool (.'iicoJ J! ic nd ilt .Ml- ll o'eloc Pastor. C., Wel I S I I I 7 »BTT N -"i-Jth s'l.et t'jeGoart lloutc). ScrvhcsntlO'£A. P. M. Kev.J.W. Ilaneoew. Pfi-uoi. sit.iiiumsT Err COPAL—oovnev of l?r I A« till Riltr-l Ml. reel a Sei .iPCS ml 7 e,- me Kov in i-r.ii S' 'clo- '?'•-C'oVJO'l"' o!'l A d.vr\ & 1 1 S I N E S S :.i--! 31 E N Whose ntlvvr«s5 leh's to W .'. '. .:r.: M:.lll i\ li St" :. ii S on '-t,^:: -Nos 0 H. !•., Ooti ttvir wo i'c*'"-= n.d?—Officii vvi 111 ii-on Mil" p.s/rd: i' ''i nn6.-iCe.vi Oolvlll & Bou 0 JJeJ Wing House—cor It. A E.T. W tdcr—Wi!i •.u •Vl'O&P FIou .:el is' "lock W W.Pbelp.-) O E S ]'..:llv Alotropolitttn -IJOWC Clii'^oi) Iloupe—liroa .-t. near M. IlllfO. .!! Cluiru'i. rid Cu.sli. ofMuin KKAL KSTATJ:. Wl ...

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. — 13 March 1861

I 111 E O Y. iiui wiNti I I S I S O A I I S O A E a mi' W A it ad ''c TO A a I'. S ii .v-'.fool t'ircei^ t'.ic morning.-"! viccf tnorutif'f nfttVel 9 A *o-: W a jilOOl 7 P. A '"in 8 N a S ivt 102 Til S E O V."i COVAI.— EJ" S -So. If., r-n.1 7 mcc o'cloc JIov. R.VV Jl: Whose iulv*r'th« iHch-Vg 8 ro c~ •. i:o Si! A. A. & E. IlasQinon Red Win: or V7r»' W a be fo W ii Co.-.-]. a ii S I N E S S id .:.:... .:oi •i. Coo.' .' oc rin .ft.-'u .5 oc S "i 1: and 11 Ii fet'ro Jcv,ic Y. ••c-D S'.l -. i:.-v. .o .,ci r,» il tf iloll 1 AW TERS. Wilde* %T7»r*«ikftii -Xe Po V.\v Clai* -0 B. JIL.I* il son Coti ilo.-.io. I*. Si I'd" Main iWO «lf hi naG.ito*vucfl«l?—Office vvi tJolvlll A BoV.-'.r.on—Ma'j '. 0 5"M Kell* Hon c. W. WrPllOlUS- ilCl li' »l0C.i 4 Jvi E is a CllllVC". JJcd W in I a in a.u KEAt. EPTATK. IT. & E. T. W Idcr—Wirde- S Will on's '. «.il'.-C. Towno & Pic cc—v»'i'! i»*oti, *'oc r[.-. .i nc\i noo:- to Eei'»rbil«.' ii^v*. TAII.OBINO. W & JT*. a 1 W in S a sii it a O to S ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 March 1861

•u- ^:.».-*t"*rr.-__ =H"Ci»x".:'r,. -•%..•- I a a Address id Lincc!u,! Resolved, That the maintenance, inviolate of tho rights of the States, and especially the right of each State, to order and control its own domestic institutions according to its own judgment exclusively, is essential to that bal nncc of power on which the perfection and endurance of our political fabric depends, and There is much controversy about the deliv ering up ol fugitives from service or labor.— The clause I now read is as plainly written in the Constitution as any other of its provis ions: N person held to service or labor in one State, under the laws thereof, escaping into another, shall in consequence of any law or regulation therein, be discharged from such service or labor but shall be delivered up on claim of the party to whom such service or labor my be due." It was intended by those who made it for the reclaiming of what wc call fugitive slaves, and the intention of the lawgiver is the law. All me...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 March 1861

Inaugural Address of President linccln, Delivered at the Capital, March lib, at J2 •'clock, M. Fellow Citixcna of tin: United States ID compliance with a custom as old as tin Government is itself, 1 uproar before yon t«.enjoins uddrcsa you briefly, ami to tuko in your pics wncn I be with prescribed by the Constitution of the United. States, to bo tukeil by thee President before he enters on the execution of the duties of his office 1 do not consider it necessary at present for mo to discos* those matters of administration atjont which there is no special anxiety or excitement. Appre hension seems to exist among the peoples of the Southern States, that try the accession of Republican Administration their property, uud their peace, and personal security, are to h: endangered. There has uevcr been any reasonable cause for such apprehension Indeed the most ample evidence to the contrary has all the while ex isted, ami been open to their inspection. It is round in nearly all the publishe...

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