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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 5 January 1856

J• C/#• H• HERITT A HUTCHI^. VOLUME 1, NO. 24. E WING S E N I N E I I PUBLISHED EVERT SAT17KDAY MORHINQ, DT MERITr & HUTCHINS. TBttMS.-Two DOI-LAM A YKAB, IN ADVANCE. BATE* OP ADVBRTttflNa. Oa* square (10 lines or less) first insertion. Kteh subsequent insertion, One column ry «r, Half column (Ins-fourth of a column, do Baiiness Cards not over six lines do Ovarsix lines and under ten do Over ten lines and under tit'teeen do CUV STY OFFICERS. S. CHA*DLKR, A. W. TOST, R. S ATI'S, J. W. HANCOCK, M.SOHI*, 1. C. liorrMA!*, W. II. WELLINGTON I*. tAsrnpoRp. W. C.ILTILL Jr., A. I). SiiAVf, 8. A. Iliur. HB*KT M. DOTLS. PHILANBRK VANDF.MBRMOH, JAMES PATTON-, L. BE VANS, wholesale and retail dealer in Dry-Goods, Groceries, Provisions. Crock ery, Hardware. Sic, Main street. Red Wing. A 75 25 |50 00 30 00 18 00 5 00 7 00 10 00 E I O I A OFFICERS. WILLIS A. GORMOM, TllATIS itOSSKK, W. H. WELCH, A U.CllATriKLD, O S S S I I N M. W. luwi.v, NOHMIN ROOT, II. KICK, C. B. LEONARD, JUMPS GKOKUII, L....

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. — 5 January 1856

PLAIN AND FANCY I N I N HIATLY N EXECUTED AT TUB O I 3 a O II RED WING SENTINEL 000--— "•. are prepared to do any description of Printingcu short notice, and on terms us cheap as the execution of eood work will permit.— Having suitable tnatorinis, ws etui prim to order, A E S BLANK E E S DILL HEADS CIRCULARS, i. BUSINESS It VISITING CARDS, All Job work warranted to give satisfaction or aoehafg*. Persons at a distance orderingjoh work, bysrtidinsr cash, or good reference, shall to promptly attended to. »A« I. MEK1TT. JA3. Itl'TCUIN'S. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS YOUNG AMERICA S O O N. E E N N I S O N AYING fitted up rooms in the Land Office, keeps constantly supply of -aerved up at all hours. Give him a call all you that arc fond of the luxuries of this world. E. DENNI SON". R«d Wing. Jan. 1, 1856. 2-ltf NEW FIRM MW GOODS & NEW PRICES GAMBIA & SMITH, nr.ALv.ns IN WARES AND MERCHANDISE, E W I N UPPER LANDING, M. ATmay the old stand of Hoyt, Smith. & Co., where he found the largest ...

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. — 5 January 1856

LAND Orrice, E WING Nov. 9,1855. THe lied Wing Land Office will be open for the transaction of business on and after Monday •eat, at follows In the forenoon from 9 to 12 o'clock. In the afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock. W. W. PHELPS. Register, 16 C.GRAHAM Jttceicer. N O I E There will Be a meeting of the Trustees of the Hamline University, in the Chapel of the Institu tion, on tha 9th of Jan wiry, 1856, at 10 o'clock, A. u. A full attendance is earnestly requested. J. BROOKS. Sec'y Board Trustees. Red Wing. Dec. 3«. 1855. E I A I O N The new building (or the Preparatory Depart ment of the Hamline University will be dedicated on tha evening of the 9th of January, 1656—the services to commence at G| o'clock. The Dedi catory Address will be given by the Principal of the school. Addresses from other gentlemen m«y he expected. A general invitation is extend ed to the ladies and gentlemen of Red Wing and vicinity. J. BRuOKS. Principal. Red Wing. Dec. 2f», 1855. HEI W I N E The Red Winj Lyceu...

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. — 5 January 1856

LAND OFFICE, RED WINQ, Nov. 0,1855. lUe Red Wing Land Office will be open for the transaction of basinets on and after Monday •eat, at follows:— In the forenoon from 9 to 13 o'clock. Is theafternoon from 8 to 4 o'clock. W. W. PHELPS. Register. NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the Trustees of the Hamline University, in the Chapel of the Institu tion, on the 9th of January, 1856, at 10 o'clock, A. u. A full attendance is earnestly requested. J. BROOKS. Sec'y Board Trustees. Bed Wing. Dec. 56. 1855. DEDICATION. The new building for the Preparatory Depart ment of the Hamline University will be dedicated on the evening of the 9th of January, 1856—the services to commence at C( o'clock. The Dedi eatory Addretts will be given by the Principal of the school. Addresses from other gentlemen •My he eipected. A general invitation is extend ed to the ladies and gentlemen of Red Wing and vicinity. J. BRuOKS. Principal. Red Wing Dec. Sft, 1855. RE WING LYCEUM. The Red Wing Lyceum will meet every...

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. — 5 January 1856

X. ^0[O ti 11 up ajl^^ I tt u. To MAKE SAUSAGES.—A common tank is, that the meat is not chopped enough.— It should he chopped very fine, ami that is most easily don« if it is a little frozen.— When it is ready for the seasoning, put in it just cold water enough to enable you to mixMhe ingredients equally but be careful not to use mote than is necessary for this purpose. The following is an excellent rule for sea- soning fausages: To fifty pounds of sausage meat, put a pint of tine salt, half a pint of ground pep- per, and a heaping pint of powdered sa»e. The measures should Le exact. Seine persona find it most convenient to keep sausage meat in a cloth. Jt is done by making a long bag of strong cotton cloth, of such a siza that, when filled, it will be as large round as a common half pint mug. It should be crowded full, and each end tied up. If you have not a sausage-filler, it can be filled with the hand. When the meat ie to bo used, open one end, rip up the seam a little way, and ...

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. — 9 February 1856

I Jt E E WING SENTINEL VVBLISUED EVERT SATURDAY MOBNINU, BT MERIT & HUTCHINS. TIEMS.—Two DOLLARS A YEAR, IN ADVANCE RATES OF ADVERTISING. OBI square (10 lines or less) first insertion, 75 Each subsequent insertion, 25 One per year, $50 00 8alfcolumnn colum do 30 00 ne-fourthof a column, -d 18 00 Kuiinesa Cards not oversixlines do 5 00 Over six lines and under ten do 7 00 Urer ten lines and under tffteeen do 10 00 TERRITORIAL OFFICERS. WILLIS A. GORMON, 3. TRAVIS ROSSER, Vf H. WELCH, A. CilATriELD, .MOSES SUBKBUUNB, M: f. Urns, NoKtf!:' El»DV, H. M. RICE, C. E. LEONARD, JULIUS Guoitdit, L. KMMITT, L. D. SMITH, -Receiver Governor, Secretary. Chief Justice. Associate Judge. Marshal. District Attorney: Delegate to Congress. Treasurer. Auditor. Attorney General. J. J5. FLETCHER, Agent for the Winnebagoes. D. B. HURMHAN, Agent for the Chippewas. K. G. MURPIIT, Agent for the Sioux. T. M. FULLBBTON, Register of Stillwater L. O. "W. lloLcoMBS, Receiver G. W.SWBBT, Register of Sauk Rapids...

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. — 9 February 1856

J• J• MERITT A HUTCHINS, E E WING SENTINEL I E EVERT SATURDAY MOBHIXO, BT MERI1T HUTCHINS. TERMS.—Two DOLLARS A YEAR, IN ADVANCE BATES Or ADVERTISING. O'as squar (10 lines or less)firstinsertion, Sseshcolume subsequent insertion, TERRITORIAL OFFICERS. WILLIS A. GOBUON, 3. TRAVIS ROSSKB, If II WELCH, S.OSsi.sClIATriELD-, I G- SUKRBURNS, "W. IRWIN, NORUIV EDDT, H. M. Rids C. E. LSONAMO, JVLIUS Gsoitoii, L. KMMITT, J. JS. FLBTCHER, J. B. HanaiMAN, R. G. MURPHT, T. M. PULLSRTON, HOLCOUBB,, ... Receiver a W. SWIBT, Register of Sauk Rapids, Land O. W. H. WOOD. Receiver M. L. OLDS, liejr'wterjof Minneapolis.Land Office. R. P. RUSSELL, Receiver W. W. S I N Register of Red Wing, Land O. C.GBABAW, Receiver D. Urn AS Register of Winona Land Office. a L. D. SMITH, Receiver Ifuoa BBNMCTT, Register of Brownsville, L.O. J. H. MCKINNET, Receiver DASIBL STANCHriBLD, Surveyor of Lumber. ROSSBT UASTIB, WILLIAM LAUVSB, COUNTY OFFICERS. S.P. CHANDLBR, A. W. POST, fPATRS, 2. W. HANCOCK, II. SOKIN, H. C. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 9 February 1856

PLAIN AND FANCY I N I N NEATLY MfrS EXECUTED AY TUB UFFICK f^gs£i OF IIE RED WING SENTINEL. ——000- W# art prepared to do any description of Printing en short notice, and on terms sis cheap at the execution of rood work will permit.— Having suitable materials, waaan print tuordbr, PAMPHLETS BLANK E E S BIL HEADS CIRCULARS, BUSINESS it VISITING CARDS, A N I S POSTERS 411job work warranted to give satisfaction or •achargs. Persons at a distance ordering job work, by sending cash, or good reference, shall la promptly attended to. •AW a. MCK1TT. JAS. C. HUTCIUNS. NE W ADVERTISEMENT S Valentines! Valentines JUST received at the Book Store a variety of Valentines). Some very beautiful ones and some not quite so handsome, both Sentimental and Comic. Call soen before it is too late. E. P. LOWATER. AT- N. B.—Plenty of PENNY STAMPS. Feb. 9, 1856. 28wl Take Notice. LL those indebted to the undersigned for jHL Medical Services, arc requested to call at an varlydate and settle accounts. ,-4w* Tak...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 9 February 1856

Be* ggg(nfl grfct Current. Corrected every Fri'y by J. F. & E. Enz. Flour, IP barrel, CornMeal, bush. Back Wheat Flour, hun.. Potatoes, Oats, «•., Corn, Pork, IP barrel, Pork, fresh. pound, Bacon, pound. Venison, fresh, pound. Lard, Hams, Beef, fresh, pound, Eggs.Vdoxen, Butter, IP pound, $10.50 11.00 1.85 1.80 fi.50 90 1.00 90 l.Oo 90 1 00 34 00 2U 00 8 0 10 10 12 8 10 15 16 15 10 a io so d£ 40 25 «J 30 LUMBER Pine Lumber, M., Shingles, Maple Lumber, M., Oak Planks, M., Lath.VM., Wood, cord. Brick, 1PM., Lime barrel, Cement barrel, $20.00 (3 25.00 5.00 5.50 18.00 22.00 25.00 3.00 9.50 3.00 6.00 7.00 1.00 O 1.25 5.00 A A A BALI, is to be given at the ZOMBRO HOUSE, in Oronoco, on the 22d of this month. This is to be the first of a series of annual festivals by an Association duly organized and named the Zombro Pioneer Association." Capt. AS. GEOROE, Esq., will deliver an ad dress prepared for the occasion, and Mr. GEO. You KG—a Violinist of great excellence—withhis full band is e...

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. — 9 February 1856

•MCToaasgiigcEBsgcsKaBPiisEeassrasg gag—aw && cu 11 ttj nI I tt «. TASTE IX FURNITURE. 'A lady asks us. in a letter, to ^ivo ponio hints respecting" taste in furniture. It is scarcely possible, however, to lay clown rule with respect to the ordinary furniture of the room yet there is a general law of propriety, which ought, as much as possible to be observed. Regard must be- had to what is called the iitness of things," and the avoiding of violent contrasts. For in stance, sometimes a showy centre-table is teen in the middle of a room, where the carpet and every other article is shabbv and out of repair or a flashy iool .-'_',i::: fctandsj above the chirauey-piece, as though to reflect the incongruous taste of its owner. Shabby things always look the shabbier when thus contrasted with what is bright and new. AVe do not mean to say that new articles should never be purchased we remark only, tint in buying furniture regard should be had to the condition of the room in which it...

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. — 9 February 1856

AHricultural tt'olttutu. TASTE IX FURNITURE. *A lady asks us. in a letter, to give ?ome hints respecting taste in furniture. It is •carcely possible, however, to lay down a rule with respect to the ordinary furniture of the room yet there is a general law of propriety, which ought, as much as possible to be observed. Regard must be hail to what is called the iitness of thing-," and the avoiding of violent contrasts. For in- •tance, sometimes a showy centre-table is teen in the middle of a room, where the carpet and every other article is shabbv and out of repair or a flashy lookin -'-glass stands above tho chimney-piece, as though to reflect the incongruous taste of its owner. Shabby things always look the shabbier when thus contrasted with what is bright and new. We do not mean to say that new articles should never bo purchased we remark only, that in buying furniture .JO 1 regard should be had to the condition of the room in which ii is to be placed. L\i this reason, second-hand f...

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 August 1857

MERITT & COLVILL, VOLUME 2, NUMBEK 6. 23?" Hack and expo attendance to convey the Bents froo. Clitlelilltin^mtiiifllPi^ctoryCoBtiHHed: PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AT E W I N I N N E S O A BY MERITT & COLVILL. Terms, $9 per year, in advance. A E S O ADVERTISING Btiftincss Curds of five liac. do ten lines One column per year, «lo six months Half column per year do six month* Fourth column per year do six months Each square (10 "»nes,or less) first insertion 75 Each subsequent insertion ,25 All ad verticsments coutinuod until ordered out. Changes made in ndvertisments, charged at 80 cents per thousand ems. Advertisements set in double column, l£ price additional. JSTNo deviation from these rates. BOOK & JOB WOM In nil its various Branches, Executed with neatness andd'spatch. Business Director?: E E E O N & A O E {Late Red Wing Unise.] J. F. BENNETT, PROPRIETOR. RED WING MINNESOTA. This extoiibivo Tlonso hrs boon refitted and furnished throughout and now offers tonven-|—— ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 29 August 1857

T^f 1CBBITT & GOLVXLL, VOLUME 2, NUMBER 6. PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY, A E W I N MINNESOTA BY MERITT & COLVILL. Verms, per year, in advance. A E S O ADVERTISING. Bnidncss Card* of five lixo, yoar, §6,00 do ten lines do 10,00 One column per your, 70,00 do six months 40,00 Half column per year 40,00 do six months 30,00 Fourth column per year 25,00 do six mouths 15,00 Each square (10 'ines, or less) first insertion 75 Each subsequent insertion ,25 •All advertiesments continnod until.ordered out. Changes made in advertisments, charged at 80 cents per thousand eras. Advertisements set in double column, \i price additional. ISPNo deviation from these rates. BOOK & JOB WORK In nil its various Branches, Executed with neatness and d'spntch. Business Directory: E E E O A O E [f.atu lied Wing U,vse.\ J. F. BEKNETT, I'ltor-KiETOK. RED WING, MINNESOTA Tins extorts!ve Ilf.u.-.c lies been refitU'd and furnished throughout ', and now offers canven Icnccs and comforts unsurpassed by any Ho...

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. — 29 August 1857

W -'f I I I n» ..i IVst OiHco Notice. Guns & Pistols. Dentistry. *'.vKKiTT KDLTOKS. containing the news KEil V. IXG, M. T., AUG. 29, 1857. AGENT S I'iJU TliE«AZ.RTTl »'»'". S. St'ESCEB & Co.. ,-., Chicago: :ubmitting one Co- stitutioM—liecauso the ,, f* ivopuolicaus insist that the clause in thelr tirm-iviii ,.- to thy people, fortheir approval Democrats will not consent. to negro suffrage-ami as this is the O v.vions, the Democrats feci perfectly wit- ling to go before the people on that issue. Let the people understand thai, that the only thing that prevents the submission! of but one Constitution to 'hem, and tVus! hazards our admission into the Union, is the' oor down-trodden colored brethren.'.' DC?" One of tho most important improvs ments that has boen tuad-j in this city during the present season, is the steam saw mill of Jo.ioph Drew, K*], of Boston, Massa chusetts. It is now nearly finished, and in opora tion, and is the largest and most complete saw mill in th? Ter...

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. — 29 August 1857

13 IUu W\% Initial. WILLIAM COLVILL JK DAA 8. MKHITT, Chicapco. S. SiiiscEn & Co., •111VUX & G.\MiA«5IU.jr, S Covc.i & GILBERT, Dubuque 'i'O AlTV J.iiTi.si.iiS. Our advertising patrons must liaiul in their rs by Thursday evening to secure Insertion 0 *:imc weok. NEW A l\ iiiiTiSL.U ttKTS. Post Offlco Notice. Guns & Pistols. Dentistry. \Vagpn a*nd Carriage Making, and Black smithing. fl. Xewhail Druggist, Galena. Sheriff's fcale, To John Willox. 0^7" Wo ha»o Ss^Pant Ii is said that the GbntoYOnce! GornmUtOe have not been able to agree upon submitting one Corstitutioa—Inicause the J0"™®'1. Hepublicatis insist that tho clause in their subject now in dispute between the two Con vontions, tlie Democrats feel perfectly wil ling to go lieforc the pcoplo on that issue. Let the poople understand thai, that the only thing that prevents the submission of but one Constitution to 'hem, and t!«.usi hnjsnfcls our fidn'itesinn into the Union, is the .KtronVo pavtiali oi .he Republic...

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 August 1857

PULL THEM STRINGS AND Hold Tour Horses On Main Street, ene door West of the U. S. Lt.m I Office, long enough to call on the NEW FIRM of CLARK COOPER! Who have purchased the entire Stock of Clark Allen & Co.'s Hardware Store, ami will sell to citizens of Kc*l Win? and surounding country A W A E Of All Kinds! We have now on n«l Imgc Assortment "COOK & PARLOR IKON', KAILS, CASTINGS, WASUEKS, OA NUTS. CHAIN PUMPS. Ac. CAUPKNl'FU & BLACKSMITH TOOLS. Connected with the establishment is a first TIN SHOP, which is constantly in full blast. All Jobs dom w::.li neatness and dispatch.orders promptly til ed. Please give us a call buforo purchasing •elsewhere. We would beg leave to notify the public that the former business of the firm o* Clark Allan & Co* will be settled by us at the Old Stand. O N CLAKK & COOPER of Iron in Store, and for sale b\ .pjtf CLAIIK V: Ci)tiri-:R._ /"IAKHKNTKU'S Tools of all hinds, such ut vV I'iaues. Saws, Augers, Chisels. Hammer? A for sale by 4i...

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. — 29 August 1857

PULL THEN STRINGS AND Hold Tour Horses On Main Street, ene door West of the S. 1 OtKce, long enough to call on the NEW FIRM of CLAR COOPER W have purchased the entire Stock of Clark Allen & Co.'s Hardware Store, and will sell to citizens of Re Wing and suronnding country A W A E Of All Rinds! We kaveaow on nd a.laige Assortment. "COOK & PARLOR IKON. N A I S CASTINGS WASHERS* N S CHAI N PUMPS. &c. A E N E & BLACKSMITH TOOLS. Connected with the establishment is a first TIN SHOP, Which is constantly in full blast. All Jobs do with neatness and dispatch,orders promptly fib ed. Please give us a call before purchasing •elsewhere. We would beg leave to notify the public that the former business of the firm ot Clark /Me & will be settled by us at tlio Old Stand. 20TONS CLARK & COOPER- of Iron 40tf FAHMINO Bi Store, and for sale l\ CLAUK AE COOPER. /""I AHHKNTKU'S Tools of all kinds, such its Planes. Saws, Augers, Chisels. Hammer* &•., for sale by 4'Jtf CLAUK &...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 29 August 1857

COST OF KE TING WORK HORSES -*NI OXEJT.—We ii.-ivi1 Sotrftifacts sn«v\'in? the cost of feeding a sji.axi 6f horses and a yoke ofoxen lor ouo year, v, hen fed on hay and IndianfheaVj i\nd kept constantly at work. Oi* eidiVsse," the size of horses and oxefi riii'ies great ly, as also does tho price .it' iiay an 1 corn in uiftereiit sections of country. As a geuoral rule it is supposed thai the qwmtity ot fro I required by an animal i* in proportion to Hie weight of the horse, ox, or sheep, Thus a horse weighing 800 lbs, Would re qniro but two-thirds the food of one jhing 1,3300 V^- & of oxen—j weighing 8,00.0 lbs would re one-thir I more food than• i-hiii* but. 2,00 lb. .'•]? ab1 vc ride is pertectlyac :c, tit taken connection with .• accm'ile statements of feeding we shall cite, we think it will af-j tolerable data, by Which the can calculate, so.nothing near ti expense, per we.-k or month, if keeping horse or yoke of oxen,—! [-Country Gen.! man. cpn ma for. Mie hate! cliicl afte...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 29 August 1857

COST OF KBBPJHG WORK HOUSES ANI O W have aonro facts allowing the cost of feeding a span of horses aiul a yoke ofoxen tor ouo year, when fad on liny and Indian men!, and kept constantly at work. Of ehurae, the size of horses, ami oxen Viir-tes cat ty, as ils. does the price of hay and eorn in uiilVivnt sections of ciumtvy. As & general rule, it is aiipposed that the Quantity ot too required l»y an animal is in proportion to Lhe weight ct'the horse, ox, or sheep, Thtis a ftorse weighing SOU lbs, w.-.u!d re quire but two-thirds the food of one weighing 1,200 lbs. !So of oxen yoke weighing 3,000 lbs would re Cgiir de-tail' 1 more ibol than a pair wheighin:5 but 2,00 lbs. Wo do ptbi. cy the ab ve vale ia perfectlyac? Curaie, 5 itt taken in connection witl Spine accurate statements oMt feeding that we shall cite, wu think it will af for tolerable data by whic'.i the furiui• eon calculate, something near fi the exjtense, per we.': or month, ii'| Seeping a horse or yoke ef oxen.— \[^Co...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 January 1858

IXTT A COLVILL, C|t|ie^®ting^tntmel l'UBLiSIIED EVEKY SATURDAY E W I N I N N E S O A BY MERITT «fc COLVILL. ms $ 2 per 5 e:ir, in a a A E S O A E I S I N Uusiness Cards of five lbto, your, 8C 00 do ten lines do IOJOO One column per year,, 70,00 Jo six months 40,00 Half column i'cr year 40,00 do six months 30,00 Fourth column per year 25,00 dp six months- 15.00 .Each square 0 lines, or less) first insertion 75 Each subsequent insertion ,25 All ad verticsments continued until ordered out. Changes made in advertisments, charged at 30 cents per thousand cms. Advertisements set double column, price additional. S N deviationf rom these rates. BOOK JOB WORKI. I nil its various Branches Executed with neatness and dispatch. Business Directory: HAVINKepchangefirsthandss, is now furnished and as a clas house, and i.s sec ond to none in the northwest. The table isreg uliirly supplied with the best the market af fords. A N E W VEIiY LARGE, A N CON VENIENT STABLE,it unsarpassod water ing privileg...

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