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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 27 March 1861

I I O Y. RED WING CHUJICIIES. ErisoorAL. CiiRtsT CHUROII—At the Church, junction of East mid West Avenue with Broad street. Ser vices at 10V^ A. M. and &X o,elock I1. M.- Sunday School directly after morning services Pailr rooming prayer at •o'clock. All scuts frtev Kev. E. R'. Welles, Pastor. PRKSHYTbRl.VM. FIH-»T I'KJCSHTTKMAM—on Sixth street,( near IhoCourt Hcn«e1. fcervhe* at 1(%A. St.'. and Ke v\ .W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. METHODIST EnsooFAt—corner of East Avo *Hf and Fourth street. Service* of the Sab lath at 10£ A. M., and 1% P. fcehoolat2P. M. Frayer iiteuting Thursday hvoaing at $}% o'clock. Rev. Sias Bowles, Pastor. i. M. Itev. Mr. Holrdan^l'astor. Church, lied Wine Hous*—cor. of Main and Hush. REAL ESTATE. II. & E. T. Wilder—Wilder* Witliston's law olli Tow noi tfc Pierce—Wilkinson's block, up stait noxt door to Bopubli'can othcc. TAILORING Wm. ifc Jas. Lawther—No. 1 Wilkinson's block. T. J. Smith—Hush street next door to Smith's Sank. KLACKSMITIIINO J. W. Pa...

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. — 27 March 1861

I I O RED WING CHURCHES. EriscorAL. CUBIST Cnvacii—At the Church, junction of East and Wont Avenue with Broad street. Ser vices at 10K A. M. end o,elock P. M..- Sunday School directly after morning service!* Daily morning prayer at o'clock. All scuta firee/ Se E. B. Welloa, Pastor. PBSSBTTSSIAV. Fiasr PR«SB»T*BIAK—on Sixth street,f hear the Court Hen*). Bervl.es at \0%A. M., and S\ M\ Rcv\ .W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. METHODIST Erisoorai.—corner of East Avo •ae and Fourth street. Services of the Sab lath at 10& A, M., and 1% P- .Sunday fcohool at 2 P. M. PrayerJrteeting Thursday Evening at 8^ o'clock. Bev. Sins Bowles, raster. ', (lEniAM KaTnO&'iaT—Corner of Broadway* fourth street. Services at 19% A. M., and f. M. Rev. Mr. Holman, Pastor. Xellv House. W. W. Phelpa—Phelps' block Main street. HOTELS. Kelly House—Plum st. near Main. Metropolitan—Lower steamboat lauding. Chi I Won House—Broadway,near the Episcopal Chnreh. Bed Wing IIouso—cor. of Main and Bush. HEAT. ESTATE. ...

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. — 27 March 1861

dENSRAL SCOTT ANI» MAJOR ANDERSON, OIL COLOR PORTRAITS. The subscriber has just issued Portraits OetM»r«l UCOTTand Major AKDERSON, print ed in twelve oil colon, by the wme process ns UM celebrated picture of Mount Vernon. Frke for both Portraits, post-paid, Agents wanted in every county. J. II. VRAM. Ms South THIRD STREET, Philadelphia. SofioiT" The public are respectfully informed tbut I have opened an establishment for the luanu IWtttre MM! ul« of O N E I O N A In it* various branches AT WB0LE8ALE A.VD RETAIL, In the building known as the "Bakery." on Bush Htrevt.Ked Wing, where I hull be happy to supply ail who may favor inc with ttieir patronage. The best materials used, anl price* reaaonable. Fancy articles suitable for present* always or. hand,*iich a* Sugar Fruit, Basket*, Vegeta bles. Animal*, etc. HP"AM order* promptly attended to. A.U. LITTLEFIELD. Ts) Consumptive?. The advertiser having boon restored health in a few weeks by a very simpl remedy, alter having suffered ever...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 3 April 1861

O S I E S fiESENTINEL. Wi W 1»II ELI'S, Editor. PUBLISHED £VEKY WEDNESDAY, I A I N A I N N I S AT E WINtJ, MINNKSOTA, 4.11 Independent Democrati Journal. PKVOTKD TO THE INTERESTS AND EIGHTS OF THE MASSES. AH a Political Joiirnul it will try all meas ure* and men by the standard of Democratic principle)*, and will submit to no test but that of Democrat!* truth. CONTENTS: The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—River and Commercial News—Literary Mat ter— Tales—Biographical—Historical iSketchss, •&«., A «&e. &«. ifir.Ms N i.HlrictW in Aitranet.) ine ('opy, 1 year $ 2 00 J9ix Copies, 1 voar li 00 Ten 15 00 J4f" Subscriptions to Clubs must nil oomo Hience at the same time, and be strictly in -advance. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, exojuted in a superior manner, and on the shortest notice. I E A S E E E A S O S E S & I A S A S A N S A I E S E S N O E S E E S &c And all other hinds of work don* cheap for cash, on short notico. BUSINES...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 3 April 1861

THE SENTINEL. RED WING APRIL i), tSGl. 11 ci.isiiKii nr MA11T1N A O I N N I S W. if. PHELPS, Editor. THE REKVIiT YESTERDAY. The majorities (or the Democratic city M, ami town tickets at ihc election yesterday, varied from fifty-three to one hnndred and:the forty-si*. This most astonishing result and holy offices of Christianity to political iniieI ,„ ,,i ,, ,, ,, .. :t _,,. qustion hubjuct only to tho constitutional objects. Ibis church has deserved the ad-1 limitation, leaving to the courts to ascertain miratioo and regard of Christian world what thatever and. th very intimationthe of such a purpose struck if down at a blow. The daughters of light and the powers of darkness do not walk in more different paths than politics and religion. A politico-religious connec tion debauches both politics and rcligion.and we hope this startling rebuke will prove of future use and value, and indicate the true shpere of the Christian church. 2d.—The dissatisfaction at an unimport ant foderal appo...

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

a a a a I I E O E WING CltlTRCIIES. EPISCOPAL. CHRIST CHURCH—At the Church, junction of Krt.it ami Wwt Avenue with Broad street, Sor vicea i»t li"^ Ai M. and 0£ o,olock I. M.— Sunday School directly after morning services Daily morning ofayer nt 9 o'elocki All aoata free. Rev. E. lit Welles, Pastor. riiEsivYTKniAJf. Church, The proprietors of this establishment having "boon to oonoidorablo expense, and having fur •,.'iishvd their tables with the improved patent VlttHT PuRSBTTERlAtf—Oil Sixth slrCOt. near homnletlonslvd in Goodhue oounty. and is linsnrpaMod 'theCourt House). Servhes at lO^A. M., and raiiy.iuiilani.stUaMoninMiuncsota.outsidcofSt.l'auJ P. M. Rev. J.W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. METHODIST EPISCOPAL—corner of East Ave nue and fourth street. Service hath at 10V A. M., and 1xi 1 School at 3 P. evening at S}» Pastor. Of the Sttb M. Sundnj Gbltu.VM MBTIIOIIST—corner of Broadway «B fourth street. Services at 10}£ A. 7 P. M. Rev. Mr. Hblman, Pastor. td S I N E S S E N Whoso a...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 3 April 1861

O A E SALE Whifrciis Walter Carpenter "f Ooodlme county and territory (no State.) of Minnoso tft. on thafif hijay-oi Saptombor A 1). 1S57, executed mid delivered to Shield* & MeCnteh eii, a firm coin posed of James Shields' and scph McCutehen) of Rico county. State afore said, hisd-ed of mortgngc whereby he granted to thctn .their heir* mid assigns, forever .certain tract* or l,4Ud in said County of Ooodhne, described us follows, to it Lots number five, six, seven and cicrht of section number sevon.in township number one hundred mid nine north, of range No seventeen west. containing l«i acres, to secure to thesi the payment of ouo hundred and ninety dollars, tine on or before one year, with interest thereon at the rate of four per cent, per month from from date till dtiuund live percent, per month rrom dm- till paid according to^ the condition] a certain promiwary note bearing even date with »aid mortgage, which mortgage was dulv of the Register of Doed's sold (toodhuc county on...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 April 1861

PBOSPETCrS. TH E MfTJML" W. I'll ELI'S, Editor. FUULISUE1) EVERY WEDNESDAY, I A I N A I N I S AT RED WIN!., MINNESOTA, X.n ludcpeadeet Democratic Journal. E O E 'iii THE INTERESTS AND EIGHTS OF THE MASSES. A» a Political Journal it will try all mean iires and men by the .standard of Democratic Brineiplcjt, and will submit to no test but of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: Th« SenilnH wUl contain Congressional and Legislative-—Foreign and Domestic—Kivcr nrul Commcrciul News—Literary Mat ter— I'alea—Biographical—Historical Sketches, «&•., «&c, i&c. &c. TERMS 0 SUBSCRIPTION (Strictly In Advanc*.) One Copy, 1 year 8 2 OS Six Copies, 1 year 1« 00 Ten 15 00 Hf" Subscriptions to Clubs must all come ruenca at the same time, and bo strictly in advance. %&$% fell 8*1 H$l IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, •xeoated in a superior manner, and on theThe shortest notice. BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, POSTERS & CIRCULARS, CARDS, BLANKS, BALL TICKETS, CHECKS, NOTES, DEEDS, &c And all ot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 April 1861

r~ MONEY 9IAIU ST. PAUL, April J|18G1 Private dispatches received ly telegraph to-day speak of trouble with the Wisconsin ourrency. We believe the currency thrown oat by the Bankers on Monday, embraces •II the discrcaditcd currency. Thefollowingis a complete list of the Illi nois and Wisconsin Banks now uncurrcnt. ILLIXOIS- Anericnn Exchange Bank, Dank of Aurora, Carmi, Commonwealth, Chester, Elgin4 Napiervillc, Piko County, Haleigh, Qnincy, Southern Illinois, Federal Union, Belvidere Bank, Canal Bank, Corn Exchange Bank, Edgar County Bank, Farmers' and Traders Bank, Frontier Bank, Grand Prairie Bank, Grayvillw Bank, Layafette Bank, Merchants and Drovers1 Bank, Morgan County Bank, Mississippi Kivcr Bauk, National Bank, Prairie State Bank, Railroad Bank, Iieed's Bank, State Bank of Illinois, Southern Bank of Illinois, at Grays ville, Alisana Bank, Agricultural Bank, Bank of Ashland, Bank of Albion, Bank of Benton, Bank of Illinois, Bank of Metropolis, Bank of Republic, City Bank, Ott...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 April 1861

CITY I E O E WINfi E S Krisoor.\T,. CunisT CitUBCii— At the Church, junction of East and West Avenue with Broad street. Ser vices »t KX A, M. and fiji o.eloek P. M.— Sunday School directly alter morning services Daily morning prayer at 9 o'clock. All seats free. HeV. E. B. Welles, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. FIRSTPIIESBTTEIUAN—on Sixth street.(near tho Court Ilouso). Servic cs at 10£A. M., and I*. M. Rev. JAY. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. MBTIIODIST EPISCOPAL—corner of East Ave nue and Fourth street. Services of the Sal »ath at 10K A. M., and 7£ P. M. Sunday School at 2 P. M. Prayor mooting Thursday evening at 8V£ o'cloclc. Key. Sias Howies, GEIIUAM METHODIST—corner of Broadway it executed. fourth street. Services at 10W A. M., and P. M. Rev. Mr. Holinan,Pastor. S I N E S S E N Whose advertisements ure to he found in the columns of the Sentinel. MERCANTILE 'HOUSES. tlry Good\Groeorl6s,Boots,Skoos,Clothing,*o. S. H. Foot—Pholp'8 Brick Block, Cor. of Main and Bush streets. ilossio Mclutirc—B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 10 April 1861

MORTGAGE SALE. Default having fccn mode tho cotuli tloa of a certain mortgago deed executed by Lewis A. Kirk ami Catherine Kirk, bin wife, of Goodhue county, Minnesota, Mortgagors, fo James Lawthsr, of san.e county and State, mortgagee, dated the twenty second (Mitylsy of September, A. D. 1850,and recorded in the •fflce of the Rogistorof Deeds of the said county of Goodhue on the said 2-2d day of September A.D. 1856 nt three and a quarter CA\i)o'clock. P.m. in book «-ne of Mortgage Deed* pages M4 and MS Upon which mortgage and tbe not* secured theiehy thuro is cluiined to be dne and ia due at the data of thia notice the •urn of one hundred and eighty-four dollars and forty-eight cent* (184,48.) And no suit or proceeding* nt law having been instituted to re cover tbe amount due oh said note or any part thereof. Notice ia hereby given that by by virtue of the power of mile in said mort gage contained und duly recorded therewith. and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provid...

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. — 17 April 1861

O S E S ?HE SENTINEL. W. W. PHELPS*, editor PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESfJAT, I A I N A N N I s. AT E WING** MINNESOTA, An l-tdetfcrioent Democrati Journal. DEVOTED ^O THE INTERESTS AND EIGHTS OF THE MASSES. I .. Political .Tonrnal it will try nil mea» jlrea arid men hy the standard ot'Democrat principle*, and will sqbnllt to bo tost bttt \h.t of Dcmocrati* truth. CONTEXTS: ^he Sentinel wilt ddrttnln Confcressdonai and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic---River and Commercial News—Liteniry Mat- Ur— ales—Biographical—Historical Sketches, &:, & Ac ftc. tSUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION (Strictly Adfkiic*.) One Copy, 1 year Six Copies,! year Si Copies 1 year 10 Od Ten lo 00 *mr Subscriptions to Clubs must all eomc •nonce at the same time, and be strictly in advance. &*»&% &miT %$&& IN ALU ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, eteaated in a superior munner, and on theof Shortest notice. BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, POSTERS & CIRCULARS, CARDS, BLANKS, BALL TICKETS, CHECKS, &OTES, DEEDS, «fc...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 17 April 1861

JTLMS. Steam poWerjbi' Groat Britain, in ships, locomotives ami manufacto ries, is estimated at no less than 10, 000,000 homes, or about one hundred millions of men. W can Infer from this how the steam engine increases the productive power of labor. Northampton Free Press says that an ambitious young lady was talking very fast and loud about her favorite authors, when a literary chap asked her if she liked Lamb. With a look of ineffable disgust she answer od her interlocutor that she cared very little about what she eat compar ed with knowledge. TMK steam fire engine which, a few years age, was the ridicule of the newspapers in this city, is now intro duced into every city in the United States, nearly all the interior towns of importance, and now even the larger villages are making arrangements to have them. That which is really use ful will make its way to favor, in spite opposition. MAYOR Moody, of Belfast, Maine, was inaugurated on Monday last.— After being sworn into oHice, he 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. — 17 April 1861

I 1 E O IIEU WING E S EPISCOPAL. CnilfT CIUBCII— At ttit? tiuhrcfi, junction of *fiast and West Avenue with Pirowl street- Ser Ariee* at 14& A. M, and 6}4 o.clock l*. M.- Auuday School directly after morning services J)aily morning prayer at o'clock. All scuts True. Bev. K". Welles, Pastor. 'piiEsuYTfikiASr. Fiesf PRMBTTKBIAM—on Sixth street,(near \h Court House). Servh es at l».{ A.M., a'hd T. M. Kev. J.W. Hancock, Pastor. MKTIIOMST. METHODIST EPISCOPAL—corner of East A ve in* and Fourth street. Services of the Sab #ath.»t. l©»i A. M.,. and 1)i P. M. Sunday Jwhool at P. SI.. Prayer meeting Thursday uveaing at S3i o'clock. Kev. Sins Bowles, rastor. UKHMAM MKTIIODIST—corner of Broadway* -fourth street. Services at \0H A. M., and 7 P. M. Rev. Mr. Holman,Pastor. ,.. S I N E S S MEN whoso advertisements sre to be found in the columns of the Sentinel. VIBCANTM.K HOUSES. t)ry Gooda,GrocMiries,BootB,Shoes,Clothing,*c. B. B. Foot—Phelp's Brick Block, Cor. of Main and Hush streets. J*tm\...

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. — 17 April 1861

AioirrcAWK sAifc lvuoreas W.altdr Carpenter of Ooodhno lonnty and territory 'now State.) of Minneso to, mi tlie fifth flav I1 Septomher A. 1. fs 7, executed and dollvcrod to Shields A MeCntch en.Oi.tirni composed of James s-l ichls .n 1 go'scph McCittchcti)of Uiov county, State afore said, liisil.c.l of mortgage whereby Itu granted to thom.thcir heirs and assigns. fororoKccrtain finite or pnicels of Jan.! in said Countv of OUodhuc. dcsi-riPcd as follows, to wit: 'Lots lllimnor five, s!x.,.seven. iin..l etght i(' section,| -pnumbe onelhundred andr nine north, of range No. seventeen west containing 100 acres, to secure to then tl 1 ..., l,rscven.in township,lumber one And whereas James Shields one pnrtjcr ot the firm of Shields & McCutchcu, aforesaid did on the 26th Jay o« August, A. i. IS.VJ, assign to Joseph MsCutehon, the other partner of Mild Arm, all his right, title and interest in and to said mortgage and note, which assign ment was duly recorded In sni.I Register's office ...

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. — 24 April 1861

PROSPECTUS THE SENTIWEL.1 W W E 8 Editor. PUBLISHED KVEKY WEDNESDAY, I A I N A I N N I S AT RED WINCl, MINNESOTA, DKVOTK TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OFj THE MASSES. A« a Political Jonrnalit will try all meaa-j Area and man by the atandard of Democrati principle*, and will submit to no test bu t«»t of Democrat!* truth. O N E S Tha .Sentinel will contain CongreaalonaVand La/i»lative—Foreiirn and Domestic—Kiver and Oommareial News—Literary Mat tar— I alea—Biographical—Historical RED WING MINNESOTA. fJANS MATTSON, Attorney at Law, AMD JURTICK OF THE PEACE, Bed Wing, Minnesota. Anl^epe.deM Do—cratie Tew..!.) O E 5 N E 88 Akttchta, At. A Ac A«. TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION: fcfcfcfc I 2 00 (StrUtly \m AlT»Bt«.) OneCeny,lyear Ail Copiea,l year Ten |4J* Subaeriptiona to Club* must all come good and commodious stable. menee at the aametime, and ba strictly ia Ked Wing, March l.l.'il. advance. I 10 00 15 00 %$& W$%W{ CARDS, BLANKS, BALLTICKETS, n. r. wiLnaa. WILDER CHECKS, NOTES, DEEDS, «fc And ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 April 1861

-*mry i^TCoin Vamlefhflt, of New Yurk,'rn shUl lo havo iufornicd the Govern* 1 I.-LJ 'tuent that 'flWfy'enn haYc Ins whole fleet %r\ Of stuuinef S *nfy ufnnncd ami equiped, without the Charge of a penny. Win. tt*. A'stor, of the same place, lias tffereA to give the Government /our millions of dollars, and loan it ten million*. Mayor Wood has also recommended (he appropriation of one million dollars liy the city of Ne York for the use of the Government. No TIIK A S Anatomists say that man changes every seven years. Therefore," says the inimitable Jones, my tailor should not remind me of the bill I contracted in 1854—1 ain't the A SOMKWIIKKE.—A country paper says A cow was struck by lightning and instantly killed, belong ing to the village physician who had a beautiful calf four days old.' A GOOD THING.—-We find the fol lowing in au editorial of the Milwau-j ^JIE couiiT HOUSE kee Free Democrat: We expect the North to be nriit,|GUNS if tltere be a VV.hjar fraction found*" a r^yaryrur,,...

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. — 24 April 1861

I I O UXlf WINtJ CIILttCllliS KriSl'OfAl.. 1 CUBIST I'm-ncii—At tne Church1, junction of •Rust and West Avenue with Broad street. Ser vice* at l(» A. M. and o.clock P. M.— Sunday School directly after morning service* Dailv morning ornycr"at '.• o'clock. All seats free. Kev. E. R*. Well.*, Pastor. lMlKSUYTKKI.VX. 1 FISST PRKSIITTEBIAM—on Sixth street.(near ihoC«urt House). Servi.es at 1%A. SI.,and P.M. Kev J.W. llancoek, Pastor. MKTIIODIST. ftath P.M. Kev. Mr. Uoliuiin10Ti Pastor.M., 8 S I N E S S E N Whose advertisements are to be found in the columns of the Sentinel. MKKCANTILK IIOl'SES. Dr UooJs,Grocorle9,Boots,§hoos,Clothiiig,*c.. „_ _. and Rush streets Win. ils Jas. Lawther—No. 1 Wilkinson's block. T. J. Smith— _____ cd to be paid \M Wprhy 4 Summer Trade. \m\ "!^t_^fr ^rf^ IOVV IWain street, Red Wing, Wilkinson's bloek. WM. A JAS. LAWTHER are now opening and receiving a complete stock of CLOTHS, GENTS FURNISHIN GOODS, great variety. Also.acomplete assortment 0 TALORS' TRIMMINGS...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 24 April 1861

•,'•. S 'I fORTOAGE SALE. "IITORTOJ |I|. DUault having been mads in tho con uitionof gf certain mortgage deed executed by John Watson and Fanny Watson his wire, mortgagors, to John Thompson, Eli A. Collins, John S. Collins, Gilbert H. Col lins and Hiram Willard, copartners as Thompson, Collins & Co., mortgngees.datcd August 27th, 1858 and recorded in the office of the Register of deeds of Goodhue county on the 3d day of September 1858, at 8 o'clock, in the forenoon, in book of mortga ges page 243. Upon which mortgage there is claimed to be due and is due at the date of this notice, tho sum of three hundred and ninety-seven dollars and ninety-six cents. And no suit or'proceedings at law having been instituted to recover the said debt by said mortgagee secured, or any part there of. Now therefore, by virtue of the power of 1 1 II I W sale contained in said mortgage and duly J** I recorded therewith, and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgaged pre...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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