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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 March 1861

PROSPECTUS. THESENTINEL. W W E S Editor. PUBLISHED EVKKY WEDNESDAY, A I N A I N N I S AT ItED WIN«, MINNESOTA, An Independent Democratic Journal. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS THE MASSES. G. REYNOLDS, OF A-» Political Journal if will try all meas ures and men by the standard of Democratic principles, and will submit to no test but th.it of Democratic truth. O N E N S The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic— Rivor and Commercial News—Literary Mut ter— Tales —Biographical—Historical Sketches, &«., tfce., &o. &e. TERMS OV SUBSCRIPTION Ono Copy, 1 year 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year lo 00 Tea 15 00 J.#F" Subscriptions to Clubs must all come lnonco at the same time, and be strictly in advance. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, •xojuted in a superior manner, and on theof shortest notice. BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, POSTERS & CIRCULARS, CARDS, BLANKS, BALL TICKETS, A O N E S E. r. WILDKK. W. C. WIU.1STOX. W I E W I I S O •Attorneys at JLmv* RED ...

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

.1 uojitly appeared in tn give bail for a friend in the sum of tbi'po thousand ilulhii'g. Tlio clerk ofj the court, though lie well knew the responsibility of the gcntjeiuen, could not restrain his accustoined importh nenco. ''Well, sir,'how do you-make yonrsi'ir to bo worth three thousand itolhirs?" Thd gentleman very delib erately specified tlje particulars up to] two thousand nine hundred and forty dollars. "Ay," said the dork, "but thai is not enough by sixty." "Fo that Miin replied the other. note of. hand of one Thomas Wilson (the clerk himself) and 1 hope he will have the honesty soon to discharge it." This si the court in a roar. The clerk was for once abashed and the Judg said, "Well, Mr. Wilson think wo may accept the bail." Davis and Lincoln were both bom in Kentukey, in Iso.s and 1800 respect ivelv, both left their native Stale ii childhood's days, ana emigrated north arid the other south both served in the Indian war of the west, both commen ced their political career 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. — 13 March 1861

1 •»'jf»aac TIP sa sttaesmrnKsea. -. .y»B-» -.-jjgHWBaiiCTaiGg jfcrib«c vi!tk'nwrp S A I S A O RY 1»Afr..—A geutlen ciiiitly appeared in a Wiseoi to give bail for a friend in thism sum of three thousand dollars. clerk of the court, though he well knew the responsibility of tho gentlemen could not restrain his accustomed unportif lichee. W do you make yourself to worth three 'thousand dollars?" he gentleman very delib erately specified tlje particulars up to thousand nine hundred and forty, dollars. A said the clerk, "but that is not enough by sixtv," or that sum replied the other. I have note of band of one as Wilson (the clerk himself) and 1 hope he will have the honesty soon to discharge it." Thi set the court in a roar. he clerk was for once abashed and the said, W Mr. Wilso 1 think a a accept the bail." .1 a is and Lincoln were both Kentukcy in 180W and 1800 respect *ively, both left their native State in childhood's days, on? emigrated north and the other south both served in t...

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

I I 1 1 0 BED WING CHURCHES. EPISCOPAL. .CUBIST Cucncu—At the Church, junction, of East and West Avcnuo with Broad straot. Ser vices at V)\i A. M. and 0 $ o.cloek l\ M.- Sunday School directly after morning service" Daily morning praycr'at 0 o'clock. All scats free. Kov. E. \\. Welles, rust or. ritESUYTEniAX. FIKST PISKSIITTEIUAX—on Sixth street,Cnear the Court Houso). Serv'n cs at \.^}f, A. M., andy P. M. ltcv. J.W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. MirriiontsT EPISCOPAL—corner of East Avc tHr and Fourth street. Services of the Sab Bath at 10K A.M., and 7). 1*. M. Sunday!! School at '2 1*. M. Prayer meetiiiir Thursday' ttvening at SJa o'clock. Uov. Sins Bowles, Pastor OKUMAM MKTnoniaT—corner of Broadway «fcj| fourthstrcit. Services at in*.? A. M., and 7 7 P. Al. Rev. Mr. Jlohnan, Pastor. Wihlnr A Williston—Near Post Otlice.Main st. Pittgrey & Clark—Over linkers* store M.+ia st Han* Mattson—Court House. P. Sand!*orl—Main st. two doors from Plum Clinton G.lteynohls—Office WithTownc*Pie...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 13 March 1861

I I E O Y. IlE WINC E S EPISCOPAL. CHRIST Cituncu—At the Church, junction of East awl West Avenue with Broad street. Ser vices it in A M. aiul iij. o.cloek P. M.- Sunday School directly after morning services Daily morning nrayer at '. o'clock. All seats free. Rov. I'. \\. Welles, Pastor. PUESIJYTBRTAK FIRST PnBSBYTEMAX-r-on Sixth street ,C near the Court House). Sorvhcs at 10}£A. and P. M. Rov. J.W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. MKTHOHIST EPISCOPAL—corner of East Ave nue and Fourth street. Services of the Sal 6uth at Hi.1:/ A.M.. and T1 L\ M. Simdaj School At 21*. M. Prayer mootin." Thursday evening At s'.f o'clock. Rov. Stus Bowles,! Pastor. I BITS I N E S S 31 E Whoso advertisements trot I«L fcni columns of the .Sentinel. MKI1CAXTM.K UOl'SKS. and Bush streets. and Sheldon LAWYERS. ^ihb.r A Williston—Near Post Onico.Main st.l I'ingrey it Clark—Over nalcors' store M*iu st. Stun* latis.n—Court House. P. Sandford—Maim st. two doors from Plum. Clinton G.Keynolds —'Jftico with Towno* Pie...

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

Inaugural Address of Precedent Lincoln, Delivered at the Capitol. March 1th, at ISrevolutionry o'clock, HI. Fellow Cit!*in» of the United State* Iu compliance with a custom as old as (IK Government is itself, 1 appear before you toenjoins address you briefly, and to take in your pre?, unco the oath prescribed by the Constitution of the United States, to bo tukvii by the President before he enters on the execution of the duties of his office. 1 do not consider it necessary nt present for mc to discuss those matters of administration nbout which there is no special anxiety or excitement. Appre hension seems to exist among? the people of the Southern States, that by the accession of a Republican Administration their property, aud their peace, and personal security, are to hi endangered. There has never been any reasonable cause for such apprehension iudeed the most ample evidence to the contrary has all the while ex isted, and been open to their inspection. It is found in nearly all th...

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. — 20 March 1861

foifOSPECTIJS. THESEMINEL. W. W E S Editor. l'UKLISIIEl) EVEKY WEDNESDAY, I A I N A I N N I S. AT E W I N I N N E S O A An Independent Democrati Journal- DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. A» Political Journal it will try oil mcas-j uros and mon by tho standard of Democratic prlnciploa, and will submit to no test but Slut ot'Democrat!a truth CONTEXTS: Tlio Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign ami Domestic--Kiver nu 1 Commercial News—Literary Mat ter— I'ales—Biographical—Historical fikotcbss, &««, &e.| &e. «&c. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION (Strictly in Advanro.) Ono Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 10 00 Ten 15 00 %$?" Subscriptions to Clubs must all conic inonco at tho same time, and bo strictly in advance AND JUSTICE OP THE PEACE, lied Wing, Minnesota. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, oteoiited in a superior manner, and on the!The proprietor, who has just taken possesion shortest notice. of tlio House has furnished it in the mostolo...

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

MoSPlEfcTUS. tHFSENTINEL. W W E S Editor. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, A I N A O N S AT ItED WING, MINNESOTA, An ludepeudcnt Democratic Journal. DKVOTE •tO THE INTERESTS AND EIGHTS OF THE MASSES. A* urcs ami men by the standard principles, a ml will submit to tlut of Domocratia truth. A Political Journal it will .try of nil mens Democratic no test but O N E N S The Sentinel will contain Congressional anil Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—Kivor anl Commercial News—Literary Mat ter— Tales—Biographical—Historical ,&kotchss, &«., iicc, i&c. «&c. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION (Strictly in Advance.) Ono Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 10 00 Ten il advance. 15 00 147" Subscriptions to Clubs must all come inonco at the same time, and bo strictly in fctttfc WW81& fl*ii.ii IN ALL IT8 VARIOUS BRANCHES, •xecntcd in a superior manner, and on BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, POSTERS «& CIRCULARS, theof shortest notice. CARDS, BLANKS, BALL TICKETS, CHECKS, NOTES, DEEDS, &c And al...

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

-yiHum—,.jumi MtacaaflSa_rac3SCT»r»ac #m I I An MK.S% A .'.HII' A «tOUIM IN AN HENAKTWfE.. Th now»r. menngetio -in I'hHatUtyhin,, »uclUiily ilj»it Ms "temper, and inchilged .in some BiercviTcmi -nut'tus, which, for a wliiio, ifltttuscd terror among Ike *p»ctatorA Chie (^fyta* Wijir: 'ho mammoth elephant llnnnibal, cx1ijlitinnr in Vnn Ainbnrgh.'* •ngwic -in PliHadotyhin suiWU'iily Sllftjuiibal, who had •ihainofl'by t'inco logs and a tusk, lifted "Ms ewotmoiw tnni1 nud snapped into (pieces mi iron oolmnu that sutaahieil (the roof. -Qae of his keepers approach SfXjp At the tiine, the Infuriated beast aeiaed a cast iron 'fr-amo used to sup •pofct a canopy, and Umtled it across tlie 4Mr.U»c.nt aa if it had been a ball.— Ifot content with this display of flrenfethi the boast daslud down a *foofl«Jtii'partition with a blow, and made Titanic efforts to release himself. Jfls fastening* rendered such efforts Abortive, ana he was obliged to satiate 1»w rnge by tolling his enormous eves •and gn...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 20 March 1861

I ••-,• .. rtivsto). orrq '. .-..I [I v.- si CTT I O Y. RKl» WING E S EPISCOPAL. CUBIST Cn!tfRoii—At the Church, junction of East aud \Ycst Avcnuo with Broad street. Ser vices at 10)£ A. M. nmt $K o.clock l*. M.-+ Vunday School directly after morning services Daily morning prayer at 9 o'clock. All seats 'free, Kov. E. Ji. Welles, Pastor. PKBSUYTERIAX. I TFmst PBESHTTKBIAN—on Sixth street.Cnear 1 *boCourt House). SOTYHCS at IOWA* MM ami P.M. Kov.J.W.Haucock, Pastor. METHODIST. MmiomsT EPISCOPAL—corner of East Arc ane ami fourth stroet. Services of the Sab •ath at H'K A. M., and 1% P. M. Sunday School at 9 P. M. Prayor mooting Thursday evening at S!^ o'clock. Kov. Siaa Bowlcsj .Pastor. "%IKKMAM METHODIST—corner of Broadway A fourth street. Service* at 1QW A. M., and 7 7 P.M. Kov. Mr. Holnian, Pastor. S I N E S S E N Whoso advertisements trv to lie found in the columns of the Sentinel. MERCANTILE HOUSES. Dry Goods,Groccries,Boots,Shoes,Clothing,&c. 8 B. Foot—Phelp's Brick Block, Co...

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

any credit atoro ia the world. 1000 1000 SHAWLS, TUB GOOD fT IAS, a Sfsadkt lot selling low at THE anfinda Canaan er Man BUSH STREET*J Oppwhe the Tepeetonka Hotel. 8. B. O O S O N 1861. The One Price Cash Store. FALL TRADE! GRAND OPENING OF AN IMMENSE STOCK OF Fall and Winter Oooods All bought since tho] Grea decline in Prices* KOW 18 TUB TIMH TO BUY FROM THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST Stock ever offered to (he people of this and surrounding counics. There's no use Talking! I have marked the price* DOWN! DOWN I dear DOWN! Ami «elt only for CASH OR PRODUCE, NO CREDIT, dont havo to charge to mako ap for BAD DEBTS and can well afford to supply my nu-have merous customers and the people with goods ten to twenty per cent lower than Come One I Come •lit I me the immense stock of STAPLE ds FANCY DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS & JEWELRY, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES AND LIQUORS READY MADE CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, LEATHER & FINDINGS, HATS,CAPS AND FUR...

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. — 27 March 1861

PIsOSPECTlTS. HE SENTINEL. W W E S Editor. PUBLISHED EVKUY WEDNESDAY, I A I N A O N S: AT RED WING, MINNESOTA, Aa Independent Democratic BEVOTKD T(5 THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS THE MASSES. O N E S The Scntinfl will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—Uivcr an I Commercial News—Literary Mat ter -Tales—lliogranhieat—Historical Sketches, A Ac «fce. TF.RMS OP SUBSCRIPTION (Strictly in Aitrance.) One Copy, 1 year 2 no Six Copies, 1 your 10 00 Ten 15 00 ^.^f" Subscriptions to Clubs must all coino inriicu at tho same time, and be strictly in advance. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, lexcouted in superior manner, and on tlic shortest notice. BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, FOSTERS & CIRCULARS, CARDS, BLANKS, BALL TICKETS, CHECKS, NOTES, DEEDS, «fc And till other kinds of work don» cheap for cash, on »Uort notice. A O N E S WILDKB W. C. W1LL1HTON. W I E Ac WILLISTOX, W W I I S O N N itary Public and Agent for the fol lowing reliablo Fire Insurance Companies: MKROIIAKTS, Hartfor...

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. — 27 March 1861

SKUMON8.~Dr. Ttfft formerly eli tor of the Western hristnin Ailro catkin a recent article to Zious Herald •ajt that one sermon a day is enough for any tuau to preach or any congre gation to hear. If the conversion of 4ht worM in the object to be attained ha think* one sermon, one mectinj of lb* Sabbath School and an evening Braver meeting i* sufficient for the abbatli. If a display of Rhetoric is the object, let the minister* preach' aa often as the people want to hear. "A hill i* now before the Yirgitr ia Legislature "to prevent abuse* the Telegraph." It makes the sending a "faltc rtatemrat" a misdemeanor, and therefor inflicts a fine of not more than ?500, nor less than Sot), or by im prUoninent in the common jail for more than three months or less than ten days, or by both, as ho Court may direct Tho Telegraph Company is also made liable to"a like penalty miles ITEMS. Our Abolition cotcinporary remarks, with an innocence quite enchanting, that "nothing has certainly been done to ...

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. — 27 March 1861

^KKMOXfl.— Dr. T«fl"t fonuerly I'd rn (. liristnin Atln tor of the Western «ftt*,in recent articlo to Zions Herald •aya that one sermon a day enough tor any man to preach or any cougrc- SI tion to hear. If the conversion of worh] IH tho object to be attained ho think* one Kcrinoii, one meeting of lh# Sabbath School and an1 evening ffaytr meeting la sufficient ft* the labbath. If a Ui»|lny of Rhetoric in the oljeet, let the minister* preach ofUm a» the ]cople want to hear. A bill is now before the'Virgin- Jf VgWa(ttjf» "to prevent abuses of the Telegraph." It makes the sending ft "faltc statement** a nmdtmonnor, and therefor inflicts a fine of not more than eoOO, nor less than $50, or by im teuon jaftfcr mor« than three months, or less than '•«wfty'iWbjrbo(li,a» the Court may ™*ct* JUlo Telegraph Company is also made liable to alike penalty unlcs it give ihforniatien respecting the offen der, satisfactory to the Court, in which case the Court may remit the penalty. The informer is to...

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. — 27 March 1861

I I E O RED WING CHURCHES. EPISCOPAL. CHRIST CHURCH—AttheClmrch, junction of East and West Avenue with Broad street, Ser vices ut lQJi A. M. uiul i»J£ Ojolqok l*. M.- Sunday Schdol directly after morning services Daily morning piavot at ft O'clock. All seats free Rev. E. if. Welles, Pastor. l'KESBVtEniAX. Fii».-«T PitKsnTTKttiAN—on Sixth street,(near thoOourt House). Sorvhos at lOJ^A. M., IUKI H» M. Kov. J.W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. MKTUODIST EPISCOPAL—corner'of East Avc «Mf and Fourth stroot. Services of the Sab 6atha lOK A. M.. and V/t 1*. M. Sundit) School at 2 P. M. Prayermeeting Thursday evohiiig at S}j* o'clock. Rev. Sius Bowles. Faster. GERMAJI MKTiioDisf—corner of Broadway A fourth street. Service* at 10% A. M., and 7 if KOV. Sir. Holman, Pastor. S I N E S S E N Whose advertisements »re to ho found in th columns of the Sentinel. llKRC'AttTtt.K HOUSES. Dry (ioods,Groecrics,iJOots,Shoos,CIothing,&c. 8. Foot— Plielp's Brick Block-, Cor. of Main and Bush streets. Jessie ...

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. — 27 March 1861

fp E E A S O AMI MAJOR ANDERSON, OIL COLOR PORTRAITS. The nbseriher has just issued Portrait* *C TT arid Major ANDERSON, print ed in twelve oil colors, by the same processus the celebrated picture of* Mount Vernon. «'IKTU1I Prieo for both Portraits, post-paid, 1 Agents wanted in every eonntv. J. II. K'YRAM. 118 South THIRD STREET, Philadelphia. XT0Ti0S7 Tho public are respectfully informed that 1 have oieiied an establishment lor the manu facture and sale of CONFECTIONARY in its various branches AT WHOLESALE AXV RETAIL, In the building known as the "Bakery," on Rash street.Red Wing, where I shall bo'happy to supply ail who may favor me with their patronage. The best materials used, anl priees reasonable. Fancy articles suitable for presents always or, hand .such as Sugar Fruit, Ruskcts, Vegcta bles. Animals, etc. S All orders promptly attended to. A.O.LITTLKFIKLD. To Consumptive!'. The advertiser having been restored health in a few weeks by a very simp! remedy, after having suffere...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 27 March 1861

O S E S THE SENTINEL W. W E S Editor. PUBLISHED JJVKKY W^DNJSSDAT, A I N A I jf N & AT E Wllfci I N N E S O A Aa ludepeudeu Democrati PKVOTED $ 0 THE INTEHESTS AND RIGHTS 0^ THE MASSES. A* a Political Journal |t will try all meiis 'ir«js arid iiicri byttr!« standard of Democratic I prineiploA. and wiil submit to no tost bttt| lh.»t of Democratic truth. O N E S THo Sentinel will contain Congressional ami Legislative—Foreign and Domoatic~Kivcr an I Commercial News—Literary Mat ter— I'alea -Biographical—Historical Sketches, &«., «fcc, &e. «&c. TERMS ov sunscnivTiox 00C (Strictly in Advance.) 0 One Copy, 1 year 2 Six Copies, 1 year 10 00 Ten 15 00 J^T* Subscriptions to Clubs must all come good andcommocliousstable meneo at tha same time, and bo strictly in Bed Wing, March 1,18(31. advance. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, executed in a superior manner, and on. the shortest notice. BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, ,. POSTERS & CIRCULARSj A CARDS, BLANKS, BALL TICKETS, CHECKS, NO...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 27 March 1861

PROSPE€Tl S. fMSElTINEL W W E S Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, I A I N A I & N 1 S: AT E 0 WING I N N E S O A An Independen Democrati Journal DEVOTED $ 0 THE INTEREST* AND RIGHTS OJ THE MASSES. A* Political Journal It will try ull mcns 'im nrtd men by tlio standard uf Dsnioenitic principle*, and will submit to no test b«t ItaU of Deiuocratit truth. CONTENTS: TH« frntintl will contain Congressional mid Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—Uivcr an I Commercial News—Literary Mat ter— I'ules—Biographical—Historical Sketches, &«., & TEK.MS OF SUBSCliirTlbX (Strictly ia Ad»»*e».) Ons Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 10 00 Ten 15 00 J4f" Subscriptions to Clubs must all come good and commodious stable. tut aumetime, aud bo strictly in Red Wing., March 1,1861. manes tt advance. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, •xcjuted in a superior manner, and on tlic shortest notice. JflLL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, .. POSTERS A CIRCULARS* CARDS, BLANKS, BALL TICKETS, CHECKS, NOTES, DEEDS, &c....

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 27 March 1861

SKiwinxfc—Dr. T.fft formerly edi. tor of the Wcrttrn 1'hrwlain Adro cftt«,in a recent article to Zions Herald raya that one termon a day ia enough for any man to preach or any congre gation fo liear. If the convention of the world i» the object to be attained he think* one termon, one meeting of the Sabbath School and an evening payer meeting t« anfflcictil for the Sabbath. Ifadtnnlay of Rhetoric is the object, let the miimters preach as often a» the people want to hear. I^"A bill ia now before the Virgin ia legislature "to prevent abnuee the Telegraph.** It makes the fending a "falee statement** a misdemeanor, and therefor inflicts a fine of not more ibaataOQ, nor lose than l&O, or bv iiu prtsonhtenl in the common jail for more than three months, or less than ten days, or by both, as the Court may direct Tho Telegraph Company is also made liable to alike penalty utiles il give information respecting the offen der, satisfactorytothe Court, in whichsition, oaae the Court may remi...

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. — 27 March 1861

tKKtftoil^Hr.-Trflk'ftnMrly *di bar of the Weettrn Ckrituin Ad»o e*t* rtcnt artiefetoZtons Herald tkatone ferMM 4 in ewmgh •MiM to War. If tka rWvtngn of jW in tl» tlirwl I l*».ver waiting It fcfifwb tm' 3 fct attained Mr it? "»»irten prcaefa ft*** vat* t» tar. I^"A iiiM 8i mm fafan trW Virgin iwl#f*e**rnre -to pitoM atueee*if •*»tjw**!•«•» not 10MJH,l»toMltMiii jnM-fcr fci ntlii iiipiitlii^toooffctu .In trhwh ••mil tfco vi'Mlty. to to «*t too whole it,iliitfcrttto fo totooIJtoawjr" Fooi. feasance, wpW Ml MMJMOOO QVJltn CftCTtar^trng, M^io^O 0O to frf?o| Waving aaaaftor Aaajtoo N Oi aa^^tot toto%' A •atraH ^^^••••i a •Vrfii to a jtoodatitoi of orar *^^to^^^ oooo ooaoooo vom theinjury, ¥oioay o*4 oataofitooi a* iMtonend oto ajaaojojojoai, 4vhtnk will be recogf 0 ay too laa/nay KOfopaan power* tko iaoto, too laaaaa. aaaigood for Ktoiiio% laWlaiatootviompli of toa ».•^**^JfrfnUteen •*. panr. Tha ss^s) ^*^o^a» oa* #*naaja, to kavtawnsi aVam o»1*«»ayo»too€opho4,o»o JvaoU tiitonljiHtotowi...

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