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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 26 February 1859

TlicCircnl Billinrd .Hitc'i for 110,000. The details of the great billiard match be tween Michael Phclan, «»t New York, and John Secrcitcr, of Detroit, -have at length been agreed upon. They -agree to play a match or the American four-ball carom game of billiards, consisting of 2,00v) points up, for 5,000 a side—half for feit—$1000 of which is to bo now deposited-in the hands of Henry Oolton, to bind &1,5IH more to be deposited tritb^thc above .stakeholder, on oyjbefore the 23W day of March, the game to. ba played on the 12th day of April, 1859, in »he city of Detroit, in the State of Michigan, with two umpires, chosen by the parties, who a ha 11 choose a refeivo, whose decision tihall be final. The gam? to commence It seven o'clock, i\ M., on one of Michael Phe lan's tables, (patent of 185.^.) with round balls of the usual size, *J3jf ty choosing one who may choose tho third. Should the parties disagree as to any of the roles of billiards, which shall govern the a hove match, s...

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. — 26 February 1859

Great Billinrd Mitch for ftf0,000. The details o( the great billiard match be tween Michael Phelan, ut New York, and John Secreitcr, of Detroit, have at h-ngth been agreed upon. They agree to play a match of the American (bur-ball carom gains of billiards, consisting of 2,000 points up, for 5,000 a side—half for feit—$1000 of which is to be nrrw deposited in the hands of Henry Column, to bind $1,500 mure to be deposited witbuhc above.^kebojuer, on qU^lore the 23H day ••"•of March, tho W to bo play od on the l'iih day of April, 1859, in »he city of Detroit, in the Statu of Michigan, with two umpires, chosen by the parties, who ah a 11 choose a rell-ive. whose decision Khali be linal. The,' gams to commence if seven o'clock M., on one of Mictnei Phe lan's tables, (patent of 1858.) with round balls of he usual size, '2i£ Mr. Phelan to have the selection of nay of the said tables now in meat Detroit, which .table is to be put up in some proper pta:o, for this mat h, in private, with pro...

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. — 26 February 1859

HoW to Sastain o«r Local Paper. 1.—Lay aside jour fears that the Editor will get rich Taster than his neighbors. We have never heard ofa man making more than decent living by a publication of a country newspaper, oven if he had ever such a good business. A caae in point is an acquaintance of ours, who baa been publishing some six or seven years, has had all the business of his own town and county, and a large pariion of that of the surrounding but with all this ho goto into as tight pinches for money to buy his white paper with as any other publisher with whom we are acquainted. 2.—If the paper agrees with your ways of thinking, subscribe and pay for it, and per suade your neighbors cf the same mind to go and likewise." Do not tell the ed itor to send your paper, without paying, and when you get to owe two or three dollars tell your friends who speak of it, that the paper is of no account, that it will burst up one of these days. The way, under such a state of the case, to keep a pa...

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. — 26 February 1859

An editor xh u\l not be allowed to go hun g»r\ bireb-icked or barefooted. They "eat, dri ik an 1 wear, just likj other people." 10.—If the editor owes you a shilling, do not chase him from rosy, morn to balmy eve" for it, and when you Inppou to get the bihiicc on the other sid--", "cut the gentle man's acquaintance." 11-—'Finally, my brethren," if yon wish »o prp3rly sustain your county pip»r, tf. live the biluncc of your day* in pu.ice with Ciod adeath, after practice the Gulde Rule— unto others as you would wish they woulo do unto you," under like circumstances. OCT An immense me'eoric stone fell at Clarac, France, on tlie 8th of December. It was so hot when it fell that it could not bo touched. Its fall was preceded by a terrific explosion in the air, followed by a* shower of pparks and a black cloud, by which the peo ple were not a little frightened. The stone was black and perfectly calcined, and resem bled no formation in that vicinity. In the streets of Leicester, one day, De...

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. — 26 February 1859

I PRINTERS. Among those ranks of human kind, Some go before, and some behind, But mind thorn Well, and you will find Not hindmost is the Printer. The lessons wMeh you learned at school, That you might not grow up a fool, Had all in scientific rule, Been published by the Printer. How do your Presidents and Kings Govern so many thousand things Tis by the types, the screws and springs, Belonging to the Printer. The Farmer and the mechanic too, Would sometimes scarce know what to do. Could they not get a certain view, Of work done by the Printer. The doctor cannot meet the crooks Ofall the cases till he looks Upon the pages of the books Supplied him by the Printer. The lawyer for his wit has passed, But high as he his head may cast, He would be but a dunce at last Were it not for the Printer. Who is it that so neatly tells The Tarious goods the merchant sells, Inviting all the beaux and belles Who is it but the Printer. The classes ofthe human race Ofdifferent size, of different face, A...

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. — 26 February 1859

^^_ PRINTERS. Among those ranks of human kind, Some go before, and some behind, But mind them well, and you will find Not hindmost is tbe Printer. The lessons wMeh you learned at school, That you might not grow up a fool, Had all in scientific rule, Been published by the Printer. How do your Presidents end Kings Govern so many thousand things Tis by the type*, the screws and springs, Belonging to the Printer. The Farmer and the mechanic too, Would sometimes scarce know what to do Could they not get a certain riew, Of work done by the Printer. Tbe doctor cannot meet the crooks Ofall the cases till he looks Upon the pages of the books Supplied him by the Printer. The lawyer for hie wit has passed, But high as he his head may cast, He would be but a dunce at last Were it notforthe Printer. Who is it that so neatly tells The various goods the merchant tells, Inviting all the beaux and belles Who is it but the Printer. The classes of the human race Of different site, of different face, A...

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 March 1859

«»-«,o«fttifc«»»isEaui.. DA & MBRITT, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT E W I N O MINNESOTA, A N S E I Terms* pet year, a Bdvaac*. Advertisements aetin double column, price additional. J. HACK, Proprietor. ON €bt|to$Juffl£ejrtintI Dlrecttiy CoitfaiBed: RATES O ADVERTISING Business Cards of Ave lime, year, S«,00 do ten line* do 10,00 One column per your, 70,00 do six months 40,00 Hnlf column per year 40,00 do »w mouths *0,00 Feurth column per yew 85,00 do sixmonths 15,00 Each square (1C'inef,or lest) tret insertion 40 Each subsequent insertion ,* 411 advertieements continued until ordered out. BOO & JOB W0KK a it» varlem* Branches, Executed with neatness and dispatch. BLAIf K9.—Warranty, Quit-Claim,Special Warranty, Morl*age Deed*, and Township Hats for sale at the Sentinel office. BiHiaess Directory: HETROrOUTA N HOTEL Levee street, immediately opposite the Steam boat Landing, Red Wing, Minnesota, A. A. «fc E. L. TEELE, PROPRIETORS. THISnow now, spacious and commodious house is o...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 12 March 1859

A W & I PUBLISHED KVSJtY SATURDAY, AT MWtm WIWCK I N N E S O A DAN S. E I Tcmti t» vet •«••, la aelvamee. KATES O ADVEatTIBIMCi Business Cardsof ftv«1lne,year, M,00 d« ten lines do 10,00 Oneeolamn pery«»r, TO,00 do «ls month* 40,00 Half coluan per year- 40,00 do el* montne e0,00 Fearth column peryesr M,00 do •inmonthe-* 1*,00 BMH square(W 'lnes,er lest)trst InMrUon 40 Bachsubsequent Ineertlon ,* All adverttesment* continued untilordered out. AdvertisemeatsMtin doubleoelnmn, price additional. BOOK* JOB a MBvariaasBraacaes Extended with neatness and dispatch. Bt.AffKB."Warranty, Quit-Claim, Special Warranty, Mort«age Deed*, and Township flats for sale at the sentinel office. BBsmcss Directory: •ETMrOIiMN HOTEL, Levee street, immediately opposite the Steam boatLanding Red Wing, MinneaoU, A. A. A E. L. TEELE, PBOPBIBTOBS. THISnow new, spacious and commodious house is oBuh for the reception of guests.— It has been constructed under the immediate supertisionof the proprietors, aud not...

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 March 1859

I nr. OST r. N S SI A fisTo. ffi? By a curious confusion of laetslnnd infer ences, some of our fiiends---who claim to be more orthodox than tho Ciftjpnata platform And twice us Democratic aetho Democracy —accused tho State* of opposition to the Ostend manifesto, because it objects to the Thirty Million bill. We answer that so farC. from regarding the bill as but another form of the Ostvnd manifesto, wo hold it to be really mi obstacle in its path. of m. 3f&m& np&efgn &m$s Cuba. Ninos tenthsa of the native Cubans, III.questionseolaw givea th naPl»i.v ^Hfope This anti-An'eric paiay-liuid power for the term succeeding Mr. PolVs^and t^eiii troduc'ion of aegrqas' from Africa, hind =ofirifluerice course the general poocss diTgarrisoriirigthe .' Island' of Ciwa ivith a ii a'nAy of siaivage aliensjgricUj'tural irenMn with accelerated vigosr:undeV: the aanctioii of its irwrlia. With the kind aid and favor of two.or.ihro.' American Admin istrations of this cotn,plex'on, Cuba w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 12 March 1859

THE OsTKXDSlAMFiSftft. I T»y a curious confusion of faets*nnd infer ences, some of our leiuls-y-who claim to be more orthodox thnn the Cifcinnatii platfertn and twice us Democratic afthc fJeinocmcy accused tho Siatew^.i'op»iiS©if to the Ostend manifesto, because it objects to the Thirty Milium bill. We answer that so far from regarding the bill vs.but another form of the Ostend manifesto, wo hold it to be redly uu obstacle in its path. IMUSIUUIC lit lis pam. Py (.WOfg55^0H^c^lf.Am«Wwaft^frrbefore Cuba. JHO tenths of the native Cubans A cross and nearly as largo a proportion of our own people are earnestly in favor of placing the key of the Gulf in the hand of its natural! dSES^AJ^i^W^^1s WOOD AND PBODUCE. Jlr. liucliHn:iti,attur lending largo .assist-is anm to h«. annotation of Texas passed from!snbsonpMonS to the.Sentinel.., ...,,f, iinu.- starving our army Out of Mexfco. -'. '"'Unfortnnately for His own fame, (Jen: Scott, lent himself to ilii* polity-,' ami by weak ammgeiiieut.'wi...

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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. — 12 March 1859

THK LAST oFjjM"»i|r1fcic The King ol vw**ir" finally disappeared from the scene. (n iheTV "i I. O. oft.'. Red Wi.ig Lodge No. I 1 •LI a..„ .1— i! DiKB, who has been apprenticed to mo, run 3d of December they were carried on the Magera, whjdrapmed^taly teamed dow the river on-Jief.Majf to |b6" is accompanied by tvob? hr* "wires,hie "son7 and his grandWn, die ^nly ^mejnberi of the rac alive,-e^cjsjit one j^'j^tnLj arm*. The old "lliifffiHMhAf At^tugWy eolrWnt* stretched himself upon the pillows, and ask T#cFft«n«n!iF *a*i ngdihe fgfnte «f the East India Company stood befor*this man's ancestor, then the ah* hi ruler of one hund red millions of people, with folded haiul*, begging permission to exist at a single town upon the coast. As the native say, it WMJ. IIJIE Cr-j.artnoml.ip heretofore existing the foothold granted t# |%9«P- $j W£fe-f •^*ithcSAiAc-jm.fA-m^ol Fooi-*SW'KN_. tinction of the house lanvakniit iwn$Ml Commis9oner will prdewd to Ascen-.ton, arid I IsvitsTiojisoK THE.CiUNEs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 12 March 1859

THK LAST O I The King of Deflfl HP" y—•— Jn«Uy diaappeared f«»,n the scene. O S S 3d or December they were curried on the stretched himself upon the pillows, and ask- ^oH»,I^J^i*Sfhe CJnte'^ih America, and from Buenos Ayers to 4 SI sei the Parana to have an inteniew with Prosi: dent Lopez, of Paraguay. This is in accord- IsvasTioKsoir THE.CHINESK.—It has been eonrndered that the uhinese were pot an in ventive people, but this^as a mistake. The art of printing was known in China nine hundred years befoii&ajiyJiuiwledge of A impiove^l|-4Uttr*3diRpti^,s or such M. II.McGiM»,'V^S. a a Magera, wivpfr^i^rnedtatolv e|eaii»ed dftr^^t. Thia iaj*oe«9o*sg peraf*»noj*ejexedit theriveron1 la accompan and his grai rac« aliv_y The old qfejgriy East India Company stood belbr» this man's ancestor, then the abs luc rulerof onto hund red nflfoim ef people,.with ftiU|ed jhfuuls begging permission to exist at a singlic tow*, upon the coast. As the natives say, it was the foothold granted tftaalt JT|...

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. — 12 March 1859

A HOWL. All through tht winter long and drear, Poorjours have lived in constant fear, That ore the spring Drought better times, They'd And themselves quite shortofdimes, And "nary" job. Vor bosses talked of banks caved in, And roundly swore—oh what a sin That bus iness was so bad they must Shut up their shops or else they'd "bust," All to shivers. The bluet were seen onevery free Kach pondered on his own bard ease— Some wh«ned, some bussed," and some tothe cheer Theirhearts, drank lots oflager beer And "Bourbon." Well times are hard, there's no denying, But now, 1 trust, the panic's dying, The hanks, despite their late disaster,. I-sue more ofthose ,Vihin-pla»ters" CalLd money. Then sound' the toot-horn shout and sing A welcome toreturning spring. Prom all our troubles we're released We've "rolled in lemons and come out queried? For taitmiu 8PIKITUALI8M. The following interesting extracts are taken from a statement given in theN.Y. Tribune, trom Dr. Randolph, who has been, he says, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 19 March 1859

SAN a MBRITT, VOLUME 3, NUMBEK33. I'UBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY, AT E W I I N N E S O A BY DA N S. E I Terms* $» per yrar, in advance. A E S O A E I S I N Buainosa Cards offtve line, year, 96,00 do ten lines do 10,00 Ono column per year, 70,00 do six mouths 40,00 Half column per year 40,00 do al*mouths 30,00 Fourth column peryuar 25,00 do six mouths 15,00 Each square (1C "me?, or less) first insertion 40 Ruch subsequent insertion ,20 All alvertiesmenwicontinued untilordorod out. Advertisements *uti double uelnmii, price additional. BOOK & JOB WORK In al! its various Branches. Ex scaled with neatness and dispatch. BLINKS.—Warranty. Warranty, Mort/aro Deeds, andTownship Quit-Claim,Special l)oeds and INats for'sale at the Sentinel office. Business Directory: METROPOLITAN HOTEL, Levee streot. imnw liutoly opposite the Steam boat Landiug. Ued ing, Minnesota, A. A. & E. L. TEELE, PROPRIETORS. THISnow now, spacious and commodious house is opan for ths reception of guests.— It has boon ...

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 March 1859

of the Lnte Mr. Kf fFrom tho Now York Times]. A distinguished member of ilieBar in this City, happened some time, since to be din-ng with P. Barton Kev, Esq., who has just end ed his career at Washington. After dinner the conversation turned upon the constancy of women, and Mr. Key expressed and de fended with jrivat. warm'h the opinion that women were naturally inconstant, and could always be indu ed to transfer their affections to the last mm who would address them with requisite flatteries and appliances. He parted from his friend by pleasantly hoping that he might never practically realize the unsoundness of bis own opinions, and by Raying that lie would send to him a litite poem he had trarslated from the Spanish,) which embodied his own .sentiments on the subject. One eve of beauty, when the sun Was on tlm stream of Onapalquivor, To sold converting, one by one. The ripples pi th it mighty river. Besidu me on I he Hank as seatod A Sovilli irirl with un'ouin huir, Anil nyow that...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 19 March 1859

ductor, inquiring whether the mother ot a mysterious affair will come to light. John Hancock's House.—The Massachu setts Legislature has been debating a pro ject to buy and preserve John Hancock's estate—a proposition actuated by a feeling of kindred to that which induced our Legis lature to rescue Washington's Head Quar ters at Newburg from cay. The bill ap propriates $100,000 for the purchase, and contemplates using the house as a Govern or's Mansion. A very proper amendment was added to it, that no unnecessary change should be made in the external arrangement of the dwelling. The interior will require some refitting to adapt it to modern use.— The Senate passed the bill on Saturday, and we presume it will become a law. It is stated in the New York city papers that there are now no less than eighteen ocean steamships lying idle in that pert.— They are rotting at the docks for want of •employment. Their aggregate value is cs timated at over seven millions of dollars. 0£7"The N. Y. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 19 March 1859

MOnttllfC TIirSKA-SIDK. 6T FANNY KBMDLE. With these two kisses on thine eyea I melt thy sleep away—arise For look, my love, Phoebus his goMen hand Hath laid upon the white mane of the sea, And springing from the fresh brine gloriously, He glariecs keen o'er the long level strand. Now eome his horses up, all snorting fire TUa lovely morning hours, hymning their choir Of tri umph, circle round the royal sun And the bright pageant of the thy'.- begun. Como. let tne lock in mino thy hand, And pace we with swift feet this smooth and sparkling sand. Sec, how swollen ridges of tho waves Ou rl into crystal caves. His'ngand rounding, Ki.Iling, rebounding, Echoing, resounding, And running in'o curves of creamy spray Mark, with white wavy linos, the far indent ed bay. The little bark, that by tho sheltering shoro Folded her wings, and rocked herself to sleep, Shakes-cul her pinions to the freeze once mora, And like a swallow, dip-:, and skims the deep. Hail, welcome di '. hail miracle of light...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 19 March 1859

MOnMNi BY TUG SEA-SIDE. bT FAVNY KKXDLE. With these two kisses on thine eyes 1 melt thy sleep away—arise! For look, my love, Phoebus his golden hand Hath laid upon the white mane of the sea, And springing from the fresh brine gloriously, Ho glarecs keen o'er the long k-vel strand. Now eotne his horses up, all snorting Are Tin lovely morning hours, hymning their choir Of tri umph, circle round the royal sun And the bright pageant of the dayV begun Come, let me lock in mine thy hand, And pace we with swift feet this smooth and sparkling sand, flee, how swollen ridges of the waves Curl into crystal caves, Ris'ngnnd rounding, Rolling, rebounding, Echoing, resounding, And running in'o curves of creamy spray Mark, with white wavr lines, the far indent* ed bay. The little bark, that by tho sheltering shore Polded her wings and rocked herself to sleep, Shaker out her pinions to the freeze once more, And like a swallow, dips and skims tho deep. Hail, welcome day h-iil miracle of light! Hail,...

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. — 26 March 1859

DAN a MBRITT, VOLUME 3, NUMBER 84. Ao six mouths Half column per year do six months•• Fourth column jn.-r year do months A S II i) S E BY BEN VAN CAM E N CA yy r.a. i. a, my yes TA Travelers will And every accommodation reasonable terms at the above llouie. Stablw, Ostlers, Ac. O-.'ly C|tlU^ling^t«tinfI!WrectoryCoDtiBoed: PUBLISHED fiVSKV SATURDAY, AT E W I N MIXflESOTA. A N S E I 9 9 per year in a a A E S O A E I S I N Business Curds of tive li-.*o,year,- do tan lines do On* column par y»ar, $6,00 •10,00 •70,00 •40,00 40,00 30,00 25.00 5,001 B*chsquare(ie,six in««'.orle»a)nrstinsort»on40| ..... .. -. Each subsequent insertion .20 having erected a hrst rate ft ilvertiesments continued until ordered out. BOO & JOB WORK I all its a us a Ex'-Mitel with neatness and dispatch. LMats for sale at the Sentinel oJfiee. Business Directory: MErttOPOLITAN HOI EL, Levee street, imme liately opposite the Steam boat Landing, Red Wing, Minnesota, A. A. fc E. L. TEELE PROPRIETORS. HIS new, spaci...

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. — 26 March 1859

DAN a MBRITT, VOLUME 3, NUMBEK 34. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT E W I N JflUXNESOTA. BY A N S E I $9 per year in a a A E S O A E I S I N Business Cards of live lixo,year, $6,00 do ton lines do 10.00 One column per your, 70,00 4o six months 40,00 Half column per year 40,00 do six mouths 30,00 Fourth column «er year 25,00 do six mouths 15,00 £achsquare( 10 'inee.ur less) first insertion 40 Each subsequent insertion .'JO All' aivortiesmonts continued until ordered out. Advcrtisemeutssatin doublec»lumii,)i price additional. BOO & JOB WORK I all its a us a EjC'iiuteltoUh neatness and dispatch. Business Directory: mraopom'AN HOIEU Levee street, immn liatcly opposite the Steam boat Landing, Red \f ing, Minnesota, A. A. & K. L. TEELE PROPRIETORS. rriHIS new, spacious and commodious house is now open for the reception of guests.— It has been constructed under the immediate supertisio'iof the proprietors, and nothing has been omitted to insure the comfort and conven ience of those who...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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