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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 28 March 1860

O E I A WING I E CURRENT COBUXCTBD WKXRLT. Floor—Extra »5 00 XXX $4 00 bbl. W heat—Good 80095c. Oats—2.V»We bushel. Corn—2C|930r93At shelled. Pork—3^05o ttr in the hog. Potatoes—2MW0c. Seed—Timothy #3 50«8 Clover $7®7 80. Beans—73iva*l 25 bush. Butter-1012£t9c Eggs—6®8c dozen. Sugar—N. O. 8®»« refined llr»l2c crushed and powdered 14f»l.V- Syrup—N. 0\ 50c S. H. 70c golden 90c. Teas.-40, 50,68,75Otl IT lb. Coffee—Rio 15016c Java J0c ftr. Tobacco—Ping 90040c smoking 10®15cts fine-cut chewing 40c. Powder—Blasting $5Vkeg rifle 40®50c Vlb Shot—9010c tb. Wood-1 50(3$'-' cord. Salt—Coarse 25 dairy 3 50(994 bbl Fluid -SOOtfOc gallon. Oil—Linseed $1 2* winter strained whale and lard $1 -25 gallon. Lumber—Common 10i)$12 clear 16(3920 thousand feet. Shingles—Shaved 2(392 25 extra 93 50. Fur Market* No. 1, Martin, Fiaher, NO. 1, Bear, 99 00 do Cub, 4 00 Red Fox 25 Cross Fax, 3 50 B.Grey 40 00 Mink 1 75 Dw winter 16 Milwaukee, Galena, Gold, Eastern Currency, Goodhue Co.. Orders State Orders, 9t 5...

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. — 28 March 1860

9 essta LOST IM1BKELL*. 1 have luaued tlieo to another, In spite of many a TOW I have loaned thee to another, And the rain may drench me now lie remembered not who owned thee, Ht forgot that thoo wert mine in a fetal hour I loaned thee, Offered thee on Frienship'tt ihriue. O! wa» it well to do it Ooaeforever—andI knew it I Long and aorelj shall I rue it, Lot, loat umbrellM 1 have loaned thee to another— Thou dost shield his head from raio Had I loaned thee to his brother, I might borrow thee again But, with news of gold they won him, Californy him beguiled He is off—and I can't dun him— Thou art on the ocean wild! O! was it well to do it 7 Gone forever—and I knew it I Long and sorely shall I rue it, Lost, lost umbrellM I bare loaned thee to another,— He will need thee, too, they say, In Californy's showers, O, perhaps, perhaps he may But his faith with me is broken, That I hope he can't forget And whan my poor jacxet's soakin', I shall mourn, shall mourn thee yet. 0 was it well to d...

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. — 4 April 1860

0 9 E S THE SENTINEL IS FUBLI8IIED EVZltY WEDNESDAY, AT E WINCS, MINNESOTA •T E I E A A I N N I S AM Independent Democratic Journal OKVOTKD TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OP THE MASSES. tj ares and men by the standard of Democratie principles, and will submit to no test but that of Democratie truth. O N E N S The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—River and Commercial News—Literary Matter— Tales —Biographieal a Historical Sketches, dec, A &c. &c. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION I (Strictly in AOaaM.) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Copies/1 year 8 00 Ten 15 00 ST* Any person getting up a Club of Ten •ad remitting $1* 0u, will bo entitled to one «opy gratis. Subscriptions to Clubs mast all com laenee at the same time, and be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters everywhere are au thorised Agen'.a for this paper. IN AUL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Etscntad in a snperior manner, and on theinterior. shortest notice. :|f. I S Ji*.«Warranty-, (Jut-Claim.Special W...

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. — 4 April 1860

THE SKNTlNJgL FUailSUJJj UT I E I & A O I N N I S ,..Ji. „.,a I HBD VINO, MINN.. APRIL 4, 1380. IVarm*e, W. W. PHELPS, Udiior. r..,.„ u,...l 1 *.,„ *Q, P:i:r th 4 3 county I eacio to. Yours, respectfully, 11. M&TTio*. Couniy Auditor. there was no chance at this election for 'd^i^^J^J^^tfl^ .. bust panel door, pair window -a9h, pair Democrat—and that,* precisely the result blind*. »wst dining table, bedstead, rockin flot a Democrat was elected. I chair, Yt dozju cliairs best saddle and bi idle, double draught harness, double buggv (COIUIIIU icated.) fe* lines „f ,our pap,-.- of last week to a' '****$$ t"l' ''".r "£'$ b^'M? In that letter I expressed to them, before' manship. shell'work you wrote your comment, freely and candid-1 Class 11, Miscellaneous. Bed Wing, April 2, 1860, (COPIT or LETTISH.) Bed Wing, March 23, 186i. MESSBS. LITTLKFTELD & MAOIXXIS— OEHTS:—lu reply to your proposition dated jesterday, to advertise the delinquent tax liH for five cents a description &...

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. — 4 April 1860

*W£a l.mi »B. THK SKNT1NEL. I E I «fc A O I N N BED WlNO, MINN. APKIL 4, 1SIW. W. W. PH ELI'S, liditor. f£T Onr neighbor over the way, makes a{ poor show in confessing hi* sin-. Ha ttuZ!SU,,: /a.,... .,.11 La i.i aVuls^Uisw^k 8 0 c.iiuiuen on the course of vour hutnb'e servant in regard to the printing of the de linquent tax list, I trust you will be equailj kind again, ami devote a small soace of ilu same paper of th.s week to the publication Messrs. Littlcfield & Magiunis, the publish ers of th-* Sentinel, to print the delinquent tax list (or 5 cents a description. In that letter I expres.Mid to them, before you wrote your comment, freely and candid ly my reasons for giving the printing to the Goodhue Co. llejui'Mcai, and by it I wotild prefer to be judged by the tax-payers uf our county, oac:osir you a copy of the latter refe.cd to* Yours, respectfully, 11. MATROX. Couniy Auditor. Bed Wing, April 2, 1860, (copy or LETTISH.) Bed Wing, March 23, I860. MESSBS. LITTLEFIELD SS MAO...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 4 April 1860

-r (JOMMEHCTAI. ME WIMCS PRICK CUK RENT COBBKCTZD WKSKLT. floor—Extra $5 00 XXX $4 00 bbl. M) heat—Good 80O«5c. OaU-iSOUeVbtMhel. Corn—9Sf9MfiKtft» shelled. Pork -3K»5 lb in tho hoy. Potatoes—3&/930c. Se„l—Timothvf2 5003 Clover $7(97 50. Bea*a-7.V®*1 2ft bush. Butter- I0)«69e HPR*. Kggs—o72 -e If dozen. '8u«*r N.O t0»o refined 11(918c crushod end powdered 14fwl5e. 8»riii—N. U. 60e 8. II. 70c golden 90c* Tna»-46. 50,65,7.V»$1 ft». Coffee-Rio 19016c Java-'Oc lb. Tobacco—Piug. 80®l0e smoking 1001 Jets fins-cut chewing 40c. Powder—Blasting $5Wug rifle 40050c Vlb 8hot—9010c lb. Wood- 1 5O0$-"T cord. Salt-Carse f-' 2» dairy 8 5O0$4'Tbbl. Fluid -8*09Od Tr* gallon. Oil—Linseed $1 ti& winter strainod vhalc and lard at '25 gallon. Lumber—Common 100912 clour MHa$ii thousand feet. Shingles-Shaved 20$2 25 extra $3 50. 11 Fur Mnrltet. No. 1, Martin, $1 5" FLher, 'i 00 Ho. 1, Bear, $S 00 do Cub, 4 00 Red Fox 1 25 Cross Fox.? 50 S.Grey" 40 0 Mink 1 75 Deer winter 18 Lynx, 1 25 Coon, 50 Rats...

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. — 4 April 1860

6 6 E 1 A L. RED WING PK1CK CUttUENT. COSBCCTXO WKBKLT. Floor—Extra 05 0«7xXX $4 00 bbl. heat—Good 80O?5c. Oats-250'Oc bushel. Corn—23f»S0® !&c shelled. Pork -S^O.Ie lb in the hoy. Potatoes—890400. Be-id—Timothv #2 5»®S Clover$7(97 50. Beans—7S«SI*i 2 buth. Butter- t01XM9o Eggs—W3 If dozen. •8u«»r—N.O #09» refined ll(01gc crushed end powdered 14(815c. 8»rup—N. O. 50e 8. II. 70c golden 90c, 'lias-ad,50. tia,750*1 K. Coffee-Kio 15010c Java JOc lb. Tobaco—F.ag 30010c smoking 1001 Sets fine-cut chewing 40c. Powder—Blasting SSVkeg rifle40050c Vlb Shot—9010c lb. Wood- 1 500$-' '-T cord. Salt—C«ar*e ft* dairy 3 5O0$4Tbbl. Fluid -8i09«»j If gallon. Oil—Linseed $1 25 winter strainod uhalc and lard #1 '25 If gallon. Lumbar—Common 100*12 clear ltS0$2O If thousand (bet. Shingles-Shaved 20*2 25 extra $3 50. Pur Mnrkrf. $3 00 1 No. 1, Martin, Fisher, No. 1, Bear, do Cub, 4 00 Bed Pox 1 25 Cross Fox.? 50 S.Grey" 40 0» Mink 1 75 44 Deer winter 16 Prepared expressly «or the SENTINEL by Smith. Me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 4 April 1860

•ffdffiii'f^c TST^OTL^JSJ^^S* IA1/. MKD WING-PRICK CUMRENT. COBBXOTXD WISXLT. flear-Extra $9 0«7 XXX 4 00 bbK Wheat—Good 8©»?fte. Oats -SMI^e bushel. Corn—3«e)8O0i5e shelled. Forh-8{»5cPfbinthohog Potatoes—»&9*>e. Said—Timothy S2 5008 Clover f7»T 50. Beana-75c»t.l JJVbaih Butter- lOlS&Be E ftS^c Pdoicn. Sugar—N, O. D0ts refined 11*?18c crushed' •nd powdered 14015c. 8ruu—N. O. eOe 8. 1L ?0c golden IOC Tia*-46,60.66, 750$1 lb. Coffee-Rio 1501«c .Jave -'0c lb. Tobacco—Pidg.SufBiue smoking lO0l5cts fins-cut chewing 40c. Powder-Bleatin* S5pkeg rifle 40aS0c Pro Bhot-80IScPlb ,, Wood- I B0»fi cord. I Salt-Carse $-' S» dairy 8 0 4 Fluid-8'VeW»Pgdlun. t. Oil—Unwed $1 ttft winter strained vhale and lard $1 gallon. Lumber—Common 1*3*12 clear lt5»$20 V* Shingle*-Shaved 30SK aft extrs|3 50. Fur Barker. No. 1, Martin, Ho. 1, Beer. *S 00 do Cub, 4 00 Red Fox 1 83 Fhhsr, CrossFsx.9 50 S.Grey" 40 0»» Mink I 75 Deer winter 1« 50 a oo Lyux, 1 ftft Coon, 50 Rata, 8(01*! Wolf, 75 Dear euiu'er...

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. — 4 April 1860

I B5P9S \T Tin. oi.n PI.AV UKOUND. •V HBHRT MORfftM). I hour today, John, Beiiide ho old brook stream, Where we were school-boys in old time, When manhood WH dream The brook is choked with Mien leaves, The pood is dried away— 1 scarce believe that wo could know The dear old place to-day. The school-house is no mote, John, Beneath our locust trees The wild rose by the window side No more waves in the breeze The scattered stones look desolate The sod they rested on Hss been plowed up by stranger hands Since you snd 1 were gone. The chestnut tree is dead, John, And whst is sadder now— The broken grape-vine of our swing Hangs on the withered bough I read our names upon the bark, And found the pebbles rare Laid up beneath the hollow side, As we hail piled them there. Beneath the grass-grown bank, John, I look*'! for our old spring, That bubbled down the alder path, Three pacesfromthe swing. The rushes grow upon the brink, The pool is black and bare, And not afoot this many a day It seems...

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. — 11 April 1860

O S E 8 THE SENTINEL 18 NJBLISHSD EV1HT WEDNESDAY, AT RED WING, MINNESOTA, wt E I E 4 MAOINNIS. Aa Independent Desaocnrtie Joaraal DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND EIGHTS OF THE MASSES. ur«« and men by the standard of Democratic principle*, and will submit to no test but that of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The S$ntim«l will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—River and Commercial News—Literary Matter— Tales-Biographical a Historical Sketches, A A A A TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Strtatiy Is AdT»mo.) One Copy, 1 year 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 8 00 15 00 But" Any person getting up a Club of Ten aad remitting $16 00, will be entitled to one •opy gratis. fgf Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the same time, and be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters everywhere are au horised AgenU for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Kieeutod in a superior manner, and on theinterior. shortest notice. BC\NKS.—Warranty. Quit-Claim,Special Warranty, Mortgage Deeds, and To...

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. — 11 April 1860

THE SENTINEL. rCBLIMIkP DT I E I 1 fc A O I N N I S BED WING, MINN.. AP1«L It, ISffO. W. PHKI.PN, Editor. NOTICE. During tho aWenej of the undersigned the editorial charge of the Sentintl will de volve upon my associate, MARTIN II. MAQIS NII. I cannot pass b«* thin occasion without acknowledging my obligations to Mr. M., and recommonding him to the beat grace* of the reader* of the Sextinel. W. W. PHELPS. SENATOR DOUGLAS A N T11K PRE8ID1--NCY. It la one of the most gratifying and hope ful features in the present contest for the Presidency, that at least one prominent candidate for that high office has no sup porters among disunionists of any stripe, North or South. Although at this moment no one in the Union is more talked of for the Presidency than Senator Douglas, still he has the proud satisfaction of knowing that not a man, from ocean to ocean, or from North to South, wishes ur desires his nomination, except those who say with General Jackson, The Federal Union, it must and shal...

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. — 11 April 1860

eOMMERC I AL. MED WING I E E N COBBBOTXO WSSKIV. Flour—Extra $5 00 XXX 4 W bbl. Or hest—Good 80O9ae. Oata-'iiVaiOc bushel. Corn—2W80O35e shelled. Pork—8H®Sc lb in the hog. Potatoes—2MW0c. Seed—Timothy #2 50®3 Clover$T®7 50. Beans—75cOfl 25 bnsh. Butter— 1012i®c -Tib. Effjr*—Gf28c if doien. Sugsr—N.O 9»»o refined llr«H2c crushed •nd powdered 14013c. Syrup—N. O. 50c S. H. "0o golden 90c. Teas—40, 50,65,750*1 lb Coffee—Rio 15»16c Java 20c lb. Tobacco—Plug 8\(9t0c smoking lOOlScts line-cut chewing 40c. Powder—Blastin* $5Vkog riflo 40ra50c Yfo Shot—»®10c lb. Wood—1 Si@$2 cord. Salt—Coarse •'.' 25 dairy 3 50004. bbl. Fluid—80390c gallon. Oil—Linseed $1 25 winter strained whale and lard 25 gallon. Lumber—Common 10|©§12 clear \6(S$20 thousand feet. Shingles—Shaved 2/S«2 25 extra $3 50. Fur Marketi No. 1, Bear, #3 00 1 No. 1 do Cub, 4 00 Bed Fox. 1 25 4 CrossFex,3 50 8.Grey" 40 00 Mink 1 75 Deer winter 16 44 41 Milwaukee, Galena, Martin, $1 SO Fisher, 3 00 Lynx, 1 25 Coon, 50 Rate, 8(912c Wo...

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. — 11 April 1860

A Protest from the President of the United States. To TUB IIorsE or KKPUKSKNTATITRS:—After delay whieh has afforded me ample time fur reflection, and after awch and vareral delibera tion, I And myself constrained hj an imperious aense of daty aa a co-ordinate branch of the Federal Government, ton against the two flnt clauses of the first resolution adopted by the House of Representatives on the 5th instant, and published in the Congressional Globe on the succeeding day. The clause? arc in the fallowing words: First," Resolvfd, That committee of live be appointed by the Speaker for the purposo of investigating whether the President of the United State?, or any officer of the Government has by mono Sluonce tronage or other improper m&aus, sought to the passage ot any law appertaining to the righia of any State or Territory" and second, ulao to inquire into and investigate whether any officer or officers of the govern ment ba* by cvniijiuatiou or otherwise pre vented or uitvrnoted ...

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. — 11 April 1860

I I 1 .jijni-1-i-. A Protest from the President of the United States, TOTIIK HOCSE or REPBKSEXTATITES:—After delay wbieh has aflordeU me ample tin-e fur reflection, end after mneh and careful delibera tion, I Ind myself constrained by Ml imperious tense of dnty en a co-ordinate branch of thecharges, Federal Government, ton against the two first elansesof the first reflation adopted by the Hones or Representsfiret on the 5th lostant, snd published in the Congressional Globe on the succeeding day. The clauses are in the following words: First,« Revolted, That committee of lire be appointed by themering Speaker for the purpose of investigating whether the President of the United State?, or any officer of the Government baa by mono Sluencee tronag or other improper menus, sought to the. passage of any law appertaining to the rigtyaoT any Stale or Territory" and second, «lso to inquire into and investigate whether any officer or officers of the govern ment ha* by combination or otherwise...

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. — 18 April 1860

PROSPECTUS. THE SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, A E WING, MINNESOTA •T LITTLEFIELD A MAGINNIS. An Independen Democratic Journal DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OP THE MASSES. At ft Political Journal it will try all meas ures and men by the standard of Democratic principles, and will submit to no test but that of Democratic truth. O N E S ha Stntinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign ami Domestic—River and Commercial Vows—Literary Matter- Tales-Biographical a Historical Sketches, dec., fec, &c. &c. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION*. (Strictly in AdvaM*.) One Copv, I year $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 8 no Ton A 15 00 J^"Any person getting up a Club of Ton *«*l remitting #18 00, will be entitled to one eory gratis. .» ~J^ Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the same time, and be strictly in advance. A'JENTS.—Postmasters everywhere are au to ri zed Agen'.s for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Executed in ft superior manner, and on the shortest noti...

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. — 18 April 1860

•B ass? 3 1.1 W W W I a a THK S EN TINEL. l'trtttI8ll£I BY MTT1.EFIKI.I) A MAG INN 8 EED WING, MINN.. APKIL 18, isiso. W. W. PHELPS, Editor. TI1E SPRING ELECTIONS. In Hhode Island, Col. Sprague, the Dem ocratic nominee, was elected over his com petitor, Paddleford, an "irrepressible con flict" man. by a majority of nearly 2,000. He was supported by the conservative men In Wisconsin Dixon is elected Judge over A. Scott Sloan, the Republican nominee, by a large majority. This shows well, also.— The general indications are that a great re action of public sentiment is taking place, an I that next (all, should the Charleston Convention be guided, as it undoubtedly will. by wise and patriotic sentiments, and en dorse, without addition or diminution, the Democratic platform on the Territorial ques tion, the Democracy will achieve a sig nal aid decisive victory. THE HOMESTEAD BILL. The Homestead Bill, which passed the House, is still being daily discussed in the Senate. It seems likely, fr...

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. — 18 April 1860

JB.J— _A± ajg imti»i I ri'HLIdllKIt.i« BY I«ITTLEFIKLL A A N N S MD -WING, MINN.. APRIL 18,1860. W. W. PHELPS, Editor. sending all their great orators to stump the State, and expending a large amount of mon ey, as one of their leaders Gen. Nye, said, 'enough to buy up the damned State." The Democrats are sure that it will go strong for Douglas next fall. In Rhode Island, Col. Sprague, the Dem ocratic nominee, was elected over his com petitor, Paddleford, an "irrepressible con flict" man. by a majority of nearly 2,000.— He was supported by the conservative men •f the State. This is a great triumph. The first indication, that benighted New England has shown, that she was coming out from under the dark cloud of Niggerism In Wisconsin Dixon is elected Judge over A. Scott Sloan, the Republican nominee, by a large majority. This ahows well, also.— The general indications are that a great re action of public sentiment is taking place, an! that next fall, should the Charleston Convention be...

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. — 18 April 1860

MON EY I!» 311N N ESOT A. It is stated of an attorney in this State who had received from abroad an account for collection, that, after acknowledging the receipt of tho letter of instructions, he repli ed as follows has already made vast numbers of converts We congratulate our brethcrn of Chicago on this rapid advance towards Christianity, and the brilliant hope of a business millenium it gives rise to.—Boston Qaz. ACCIDENT TO STEAMER FRANK STEELE.— In the dirknuss of Monday night, the Steamer Frank Steele on her downward trip, struck a tree top that projected over the river, and both of her smoke pipes and pi lot house were carried away. The Pilot, fortunately escaped, and wo hear of no in jnry to any person on beard. The accident Cornhill Magtziue," is the elimination of bis gorgeous style. Powder—Blast] n» §5 \?kag: ri ile 40®50c Vlb Shot-9»i'V Vib Wood-1 .') X3 J-J t'v cord. Salt—Coarse §*i tlairy 3 50«i£4''l? bbl. Fluid-r-80O90e gallon. Oil—Linseed $1 25 winter strained whalo a...

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. — 18 April 1860

MONEY IN MINNESOTA. Ik is stated of an attorney in this State who had received from abroad an account for collection, that, after acknowledging the receipt of tho latter of instructions, he repli ed as follows: Now, I am perfectly astonished at you for sending a claim out here for collection, in these times. You might as well cast your net into the Lake of Fire and Brim stone,' expecting to catch a sunfish, or into the celebrated Stygian pool to catch a pick erel trout, as to try to collect money heie. Money I have a faint recollection of hav ing teen it when a boy. I believe it was ffi^' given me by my uncle to buy candy with, "djj* (The candy I do remember.) But it has circulars. been so long since I have seen any, that I almost forget whether gold i3 made of corn or mustard, or silver of white onions or fUh scales. Why, sir, we live without money. You're behind the times. It is a relic of barbarism—of ages past. We live by eating, sir, we do. Hoot man the Millenium is coining, th...

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. — 18 April 1860

VT in the Dublin University Magazine. HOSG O Tin: I:VI:NI.\C. S When the sun glides on like a golden swan, With his crimson wings all furl'd, Till he sink in a sea of transparency, The lake of the upper world Then the spheres ring a china to the march of time, At the dying daj expires And earth's guardian powers in thair high watch-towers Light heaven's ethereal fires! Anl I comJ from my rest ia the burning West, The queen of the starry choir*! My light is fair 'mid the dreamy air. The delicious air of even, While the sphere-clouds around, in a profound, Are glass'd in the. blue of heaven And the forests de°p lie hush'd in sleep As still as eternity Uut every eye in the earth and sky Is gazing alone on me 0, the West is blest when my diamond crest Is set in its sapphire shade, While there I spy from thefoldedsky Trie tints of daylight fade Thus might angels keep from heaven's golden steep, Their watch over all below Through the endless blue where orbs shine thro', AVhich mortals ne'...

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