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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 15 January 1859

THE SKATER. The skater lightly laughg and glides. Unknowing that beneath the ice Whereon he carves his fair device A stiffened corpse in silence slides. It glareth upward at his play Its cold, blue, rigid fingers steal Beneath the treading* of his heel It floats along and floats away. He has not seen its hoirors pass His hearth is blythe the village hears His distant laughter he careers In festive waltz athwart the glass. We are the skaters, we who skim The surface of Life's solemn flood And drive with gladness in our blood. A daring dance from brim to bum. Our feet are swift, our faces burn, Our hopes aspire like soaring birds The world takes courage from our words, And sees the golded time return. But ever near us, silent, cold. Float those who bounded from tbc bank With eager hearts, like us, and sank Because their fret were overbold. They sank through breathing holes of vice, Through treacherous sheens of unbelief They know not there despair and grief Their hearts and minds are ...

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. — 15 January 1859

THE SKATER. The skitter lightly laughs and glides. Unknowing that beneath the ice Whereon he canes hit Mr device A stiffened corpse in silence slides. It glareth upward at his piny Its cold, blue, rigid fingers steal Beneath the treadings of his heel It floats along and floats away. He has not seen its horrors pass His hearth is Wythe the village hears His distant laughter he careers In festive waits athwart the glass. We arc the skaters, we who skim The surface of Life's solemn flood And drive with gladness'in our blood. A daring dance from brim to bum. Our feet are swift, our faces burn. Our hopes aspire like«Roaring birds The world takes courage from our words, And sees the golded time return. But ever near us, silent, colJ. Float those who bounded from the bank With eager hearts, like us, and sank Because their fret were overbold. They sank through breathing holes of vice, Through treacherous sheens of unbelief They know'not there despair and grief, Their hearts and minds are tu...

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. — 15 January 1859

.... 1858. For Fall and Winter. 1859 AT THE W O E S A E A N E A I Cheap Cash Store, *. J. C. WEAT11ERBY & CO. Small profits, large sale ami no losses WE have just received and are receiving a Large anil Attrnttiv V„ck of 8TAFL2 JiXTD F.\1TCT DRY I1 f) IIII I 1 1 1 I 10,,ccopy foronc yca"r7»nd 1 if W a purchased at reduced Three copies ouc year,an 8 gift*, prices a will be so I ,-. PLOWS! GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, A W A E FLOU ANJ) POM. Cash buyers will And it to their intent to call and examine our Stock before purchash ing. IVI tin slr«M'«. Roil Willi J. C. WKATHEHBY RED WING. Minnesota. K. P. LOWATER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer i»i SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOUS, And BLANK BOOKS, S A I O N Wall and Curtain Papers, W E I Pocket Cutlery* Port Motilities. Fancy oils, MUSICAL IA\$ TIWMENTS A general assortment of TOYS AND YANKEE NOTIONS «UTS, FRUIT AMD CONFECTIONARY, Comer of Jin in & ]lub *»reit»-. Red Wing. Sept. 1-i, ls:7. fcutifir tlO-tf Sinmran. it $ S Vol I'OUKTF.KS* UKGIN.S 80F...

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. — 15 January 1859

NEW GOODS! 1858. For Fall and Winter. 1859 AT THE W O E S A E A N E A I Cheap Cask Store, J. C. WEATIIERBY & 00. Small profits, large sale and no losses W E have just revolved and arc receiving a Large nuti Attrac *.*ck of STAPL E £XTD PAITCT DRY GOODS, 'Which have been purchased at reduced prices and will be sold low. READY MADE CLOTHING, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes II PLOWS! GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, A W A E FLOU ANJ) POKK Cash buyers will find it to their interst to call and examine our Stock before purchasb ing. ItT.tin strcot. Red Wini ML. T. RED WINU. Minnesota, J33y K. P. O W A E Wholesale and lietail Dealer in SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOUS, And BLANK BOOKS, NTATIONKUY, Wall and Curtain Papers, JEWELRY, JRocket Cuttery, Port Jlonurtics. I'uncy MUSICAL INt TRUMENTS A general assortment of TOYS AND YA.NKtE NOTIONS •HITS. FRUIT Ari0£0NrECTiONARY Corner of tftiiu Huh Streets-. Red Wing. Sept. 12,1S57. 60-tr taitifif Sinrriran. rRospi.c:Tt s. Vol Fouirrr.ES liKGIN.S StiPTKMBHIt 11....

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 15 January 1859

From Dickcn's Household Words. HAMMERIN I IN Depressed by a severe cold, for which I was indebted to the variable nature of the weather in the last days pi November, I sat, yesterday morn ing, in a despondent way beside my coffee and dry toast, roasted away the soles of my slippers, and read away my digestion over the last murder re counted in the Times. Suddenly 1 was startled by the step *bf a man rushing up stairs the door of myelementary sitting room was burst open, and my ..Iriend Boulder, flourishing in his hand a heavy hammer, stood before me and gasped out, I've done it at last!" Boulder is a most excitable man, with a wife and a large family of boys. I looked aghast for marks of blood upon the hammer—for a trace of human hair in some crack of the handle. "Which—who—how many?" I shouted. "My son Jack" he declared "is thegoing cause of it all. He brought it upon inc. O Smith, my dear friend, would you have believed I should ever come to this? Cut me some ham. I must be off to...

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. — 29 January 1859

A N a MSRXTT, %P»g&iH!^ P0BLI8HED EVEUY SATURDAY, AT E W I I N N E S O A DAN S. E I Tensas, per year I a a A E S O A E I S I N Business Cards of Ave line, year, §6,00 do ten lines do 10,00 Onooolumn par year, 70,00 do six mouths 40,00 LUlf column per year 40,00 do siimon'li* 30,00 Fourthcolumnparye.ir Sft,00 do six months 15,00 XMh aqaavs (1C lines, or low) first insertion 40 Eseh subsequent insertion ,20 All sdvertlesments continued untilordored out. Advertisementssetin double column, price additional. BOOK & JOB WORK I all Its a us a Executed with neatness and dispatch. BLANKS.—Warranty, Quit-Claim,Special Warranty, Mortgage Deeds, and Township Plats for sale at the Sentinel office. Business Directory. METROPOLITAN HOTEL, Levee street, immediately opposite the Steam boat Landing, Red Wing, Minnesota, A. A. & E L. TEELE PROPRIETORS. THISnow now, spacious and commodious house is opsn for the reception of guests.— It has been constructed under the immediate supervision of...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 29 January 1859

MB Ml ing on the congregation. My littlo hot-' house reader seemed to recover from his paroxysm of a total failure, as though he had done ell right, and uninvited he turned in to talk to the mourners, lie would ask them if they did not love Christ then he would show them thai Christ was lovely then lie would tell them it was a very easy thing to become a Christian that they only had to re- Ive to become Christian, and instantly he or she was a Christian. 1 listened a moment and saw that this heterodoxy would not do I lTZ^ulc— *T—w that it produced jargon and confii -.ion. I AflOOlK JOT A •topped up to him, and said,—' Brother, youj er turned, and pressed back through the)S croud and, coming up to this largo man,! let go his arm, and stepped tho shoulder and say, *Be composed coiuposttd brother But as solemn as the] Ax ORIGINAL VKBUICT BV oat.—A Mobile (Ala.) paper g'ves an ac count of an inquest luuly held in that city, on the body of a man who died from taking an over dose of veget...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 29 January 1859

UNITED STATES NAVY.—The number of IMDCO now in the nava! service is that au thoriied bjr law, namely, 8,500. Number of marines, including non-commissioned offl fcers, musicians, drummers, filers, and pri vates, 1,895. Number of other employees tinder charge of the Navy Department, as near as can be ascertained at the several na vy-yards, 8.741. There are in the nivy ten •hips-of-the-line, ten frigates, twe .ty-one feloops-of-war, three brigsr one schooner, eight ocean steamers of the* first class, six of the second class, nine of the third class, two screw tenders, three side-wheel steamers of the first class, one of the second class, three of the third class, one side-wheel tender, three store vessels, and five permanent store and receiving ships. The total number of vessels is eighty-eight. The Cleveland Plaindealer proposes to get Cuba by swapping New England for her. i. o. or«. Red Wi.ig Lodge No. 13, of the above named order, hold their regular meetings every Tues day evening, ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 29 January 1859

-,^*- George Smid o» Prince ralfeyrsnrd. "Wherfoe, then, do wo live?" Never" cried mv friend "profane not integrity by such a thought That hp, like a cat's drawn up, and clinging to the gums, that other hp.like a satyr's, large and filling a mixture of dissim ulation and lasciviousness: those goft and well rounded lineaments, marking suppleness of character that danger ous fold on a prominent forehead that arrogant nose with the reptile look so many contrasts on a human physiogno my, reveal a man born for great vice and little actions. Never has the heart of this man felt the warmth of a generous emotion never has a frank idea traversed his laborious head that man is an exception in nature, a mon strosity so rare, that the human race, even in despising has contemplated him with a stupid admiration. I will defy you to debase yourself even to the most extraordinary of his talents." Heie my friend stopped with an air ironically joyous, and after a few min utes silence resumed. ex-his c...

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. — 29 January 1859

George Sand on Prince ralfeTflavel. "Wherfoe, then, do we live?" ex clamed he, seating himself, with a sudden movement, on the stone bench in front of the chateau. What profit is there in out lives What noble use do we make of our faculties What, then, is°virtite?" It is a stagnant marsh or an impetuous river the hurried dia mond, or the bursting lava, shrouding its brilliancy from the light, or shed ding intolerable splendour over the world?'* 11 In none of these things is virtue imagined," I replied I would rath** likeu it to a little rivulet, proceeding from the peaoeful grotta, giving lot?" qr18t* ure to the verdant meadows, to,"*11*8 which embalm the air, and todowers which enamel the earth. Vir*e, mind you, is not genius, it goodr**8* You who are so ambitious, Took** that pal ace, think of him who inV*bita it, and tell mo, are you not ree* 1 0 to your Hideous consola*°n!" responded my friend. "Patience, pati•»*«/' I resumed "do not believe*1 »8 apathy which makes me conns? con...

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. — 12 February 1859

'..••- BAN a MBRITT, PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY, A E W I N MINNESOTA BY A N S E I Terms, £9 per year, In a a A E S O A E I S I N Business Cards of Ave liae.yeu, 86,00 do ten lines do 10,00 On* column per your, 70,00 4« six mouths 4,00 Half column poryeuv 40,00 do six month* 30,00 Fourth column per your 25,00 do six months 15,00 Each sqnare (10 "ine«, or loss) first insertion 40 Each subsequent insertion »20 All ad ver tie sments continued nutU or dared nut. AdTortisomentssotin doublecelumn, price additional. BOO & JOB WOR a all Its various Bra itches. Executed with neatness and dispatch. BL\NK9.—Warranty, Quit-Claim,Special Warranty, Mort.ru »o Deed-, and Township •lMsts for sale at the Sentinel office. Business Directory: METROPOLITAN INTEL Levee stroet, imm« liately opposite the Steam boat Landing, Red Wing, Minnesota, A. A. «fc E. L. TEELE, PROPRIETORS. THISnowopun now, spacious and commodious house is for the reception of guests.— It has been constructed under the immediate su...

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. — 12 February 1859

4 V-y A srnLuit: PKRow.\Tit)\. system in which the earth revolves, and yet filled with independent systems of worlds of infinite numbers, he s.r'd Light traverses space at the rate of a mill- nearest star requires ten years to reach the earth, and llcrschel's telescope revealed stars two thousand three hundred times fur. Ihcr distant. The great telescope of Lord Joss, pursued these .creations of God still •farther into space, nud having resolved the nebula of the Milky Way into stars, discov ered othea Hy*teuta of stars—beautiful jdia- Sarknespoints iond glittering through the black beyond. When he beheld this ••""•ring abyss—when he saw these system*' scattered profusely throughout space—when he reflected upon their immen-e distance, their enormous magnitude, and the countless millions of worlds that belong to them, it During the past winter Mr. Wiard has been in New York, and by the aid of some of the largest and most intelligent capital ists in that city, has constructed an ice b...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 12 February 1859

A si 14 3 '"V BIIMI: vv.mi%\Ttry. Prof. Mitchell, of the Ciuci^pjjti Otoecs* tory, recently delivered a lectuSin the Acdf emy of Music, New Yord, to in audience of 3,009 jiersons. The closing twinge was das liTered with thrilling ehfct After speaking of the unfathomaUie distjpn.cc which no teles* cope can penetrate^ lying ia/beyond the system in which the earth revolves, and yet filled with independent syMteras-of worlds of infinite numbers, he s.i:d Light traverses space at the rate of a mill- &&I&8EW nearest star requires ten years to reach the earth, and Herschel's telescope revealed stars two thousand three hundred times fur. Iher distant. The great telescope of Lord Joss, puysued those .creations of God still •further into space nnd having resolved the nebuhv of the Milky Way into stars, discov ered oikes *y*teiM* of stars—beautiful din Siond points glittering through, the black arkness beyond. When he beheld this .•mating abyss—when he saw these systems scattered p...

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. — 12 February 1859

A I E In this city, on Saturday, tho 6th isst., by Prof. B. F. CBART, Dr. C. P. ADAMS and Miw MARY C. HOVER, both of Hastings. E WING POST OFFICE HOUBS Of 0BL1VBBY OF MAILS. On Sundays, from 9 to 10 A. M. On days,.from 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. Red Wing to Owatonna and Blue Earth Citv. —Leaves Monday and Thursday at 7 o'clock A. M. Arrives Wednesday and Saturday at 6 o'clock P. M. Mail closes at 8 o'clock the previ ous evening. Red Wing to St. Nicholas.—Leavos Monday and Thursday at 3 o'clock A. M. Arrive* Wednesday and Saturday at 5 o'clock P. M.— Mail clo*cs at 3 o'clocktho previous evening. Red Wing to Winona.—Leaves Wednesday Saturday and at 6 o'clock A.M. Arrive*Thurs day and Monday at P. M. This ronte sup plies all way offices on the river. Mail closes at S o'clock the previous evening. Red *Ving to St. Paul. Leaves Wednesday at 8 o'clock A. M. ArrivesTnesday at tj o'clock P.M. This route supplies way offices. Mail closes at 8 o'clock the previous evening. TO JiENT. THanyKELLY E HOUS...

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. — 12 February 1859

..en I I A I I MYTHOLOGY. {ic Juno van the daughter of Saturn nnd Op*. Oer«-s presided over peach or chards and other garden sass. Mars was the God of war. Pan protected those rural citizens engaged intending sheep. Venus attended to love affair* and regulated the motions and emo tions of amatory youths. Jupiter WHS the god of the celestial regions. Apol lo was a pretty man and a prophet, and consequently had the nine muses who wore females running after him. He owned two survitettrs humbale, named Triphod and Lyre the latter is supposed to be the person who in-and vents lies, a commodity now extensive ly used. Vulcan was a master of a blacksmith shop, and had a partiality for fire. Mercury was the avant courier of the Gods and presiding ge nius of the thieving fraternity. lie used to go around in company with Iris, the daughter of Thamaus, who was his better half. Diana had a great love for beasts and trees. Neptune ruled the ocean, though it is not inti mated that ho had the contr...

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. — 19 February 1859

S A N a MERITT, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT E W I N I E S O A April-M. l^.VS. Cblti«M^ttttttl!5»roctOTy Continued: BY DAN S. MERITT Terms, $9 per year, in advance. A E S O A E I S I N Business Cards of flvo Iii*e, year, "do do ten tines Ono column per your,•••• do six months... Halfoolwnin|H3ryaut'"" do six month* Fourth col uuin pc your do EUX months K»ch»q»u»T«(10'mes', or loss) flrat insertion 4* Each subsequent insortion ,80 AH advertiesments continued until ordered out. Advortisomeiit»satindoubloe»himn. V^ price additional. BOOK & JOB WORK I all its various Branches. Ex wilted with neatness and dispatch. A N S Warrant. ty tiuit-Claim.Spocial Deeds, and Township Warranty, Mort^aje Vlata for sale at the Sentinel oftico. Business Directory: METROPOLITAN HOTEL, T.evoe street, tininc liately opposite the Steam boat Landing, Red Wing, Minnesota, A. A. & E. L. TEELE, PROPRIETORS. THISnow now, spaeious and commodious house open for the reception of guests.— It has been eoriatr...

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. — 19 February 1859

«p» lingmnu's Spcnch on the Cuba (Question. air. viinfe he remarked by stating the" W W & S All the British, French and Kftcli West Indians, together with the possessions of those powers in Guinea, were not equal in trinsically to that Island. He then proceed cd to demonstrate the failure of that disss. S vi ,. tj^^nerhnent of.macip.tlon. saying that S the emacipated negroes have not yet become the admirable peasantry and yeomanry the •ty$4v«&oU.tionists prophesied. Compul •aory labor was necessary in the tropics.— While Cuba is kept in the grasp of Spain, she cannot keep up her supply of negro la-1 for Great Britain had paid her 0,(X)0t«»! UNION. All that the Cubans can do, they have me This being the case why should not Congress make an expression towards pur chasing it He need not reply to the state raent that the oiler to purchase Cuba will be an offense against Spanish dignity. Everything that Spain held on this continent had been torn from her—except Louisiana and Flor...

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. — 19 February 1859

Proceedings of the Meeting called for the Purpose of Organizing a Union Store. Hn WI.NCI, Fob. 12, 1859. The house was called to order by John Stearns, Esq., Rev. Norm Ilobnrt was called to the Cknir, and Bcnn A. Cox was chosen Secretary. The Uhair then declared the object of the. meeting to be for the purpose of organ izing a Union Store in the city of R'jil Wing. Jfcnii -A. Cox tbeu moved that we form a sub division under the constitution of the New England Protection Union. The rules iu the Constitution for organizing the same were called for and read, and after sundry remarks the motion was carried. It was then voted to establish the amount to be entitled a share at our present meeting. Mr. Davis then moved that the sum of five dollars be designated as a share, which, after various remarks nnd sundry nineudmcr.ts, wus withdrawn. Mr. Featherstone then moved, that each person should write upon a piece of paper the amount he wished designated as a share and the result was r.s follo...

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. — 19 February 1859

HYStS TO E O E l»y C. D. STUART. Not lo be West with warrior strength, To wield the sword and wear the glaive, Or rise to conqueror's fame at length, Proclaims the good orrankesthe brave. To have the power to bide the scorn, And lise above the halo and strife Of those to wealth and title born. Is the crown'd courage of our life. What are the swords that prop a king— The banners in his army's van To strength of soul, that dares to spring And show the monarch in the mm Kings an! the mightiest men of aims, Strong as the heads of realms they bido. Sport as they may with fortune's charms. They are like leaves upon the tide. In dim of old sepulohcrs they he, The feast of silence and decay, While the true world-heart beateth high And thrones itself upon today. Give me the man whose hands have tossed The corn-seed to the mellow soil, Whose fiiet the forest depths have crossed, Whose brow is nobly ciown'd with toil. E.N. CASS AN I»IS HOUSE The following is from the Washing ton correspondence...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 26 February 1859

S A N a Of JBRITT, PUBLISHED KVEKY SATURDAY, AT E W I N MINNESOTA A N S E I Tferas $9 per year I a a A E S O A E I S I N Business Cards of five line, vear, $6,00 do tan lines do •••10,00 One column peryear, 70,00 do six month*--•• 40,00 Half oolurtfn per year 40,00 do six month* 30,00 fourth colnmn por year 25,00 do mviiiiHiths «-...•»•• 15,00 Each square (10 Una?, or less) first insertion 40 Each subsequent insertion ,2»y All advertiesments continued until ordered out. Advertisements soUn double a price additional. BOO JOB WORK a a li a us a Executed with neatness and dispatch. BLANKS.—Warranty, Quit-Claim, Special Warranty, Moruaje Deed-*, and Township l'lats for aalo at the Sentinel office. Business Directory: METR0P0UTAN HOTEL, Levee street, immediately opposite the Steam boat Landing, Red Wing, Minnesota, A A «fc E L. TEELE PROPRIETORS. HIsS now, spacious and commodious hous It ha been constructed under the immediate supervisiow of the proprietors au nothing ha boon omitted to ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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