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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 18 April 1860

I rVm the Dablin University Mugasiue. si)c or THE I:VI:NINC. ST%R. When the sun glide* 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 spheresringa chime to the march of time, At the dying day expiree And earth's guardian powers in their high watch-towers Light heaven's ethereal first! An! I coms from my rest in the burning West, The queen of the starry choir*! My light is fair 'mid the dreamy sir. The delicious air of even, While the sphere-clouds around, in asleep profound, Are glssf'd in the, blue of heaven Then the moon from alar, like a surer bar, I Spans the breast of the* wareless sea And theforestsdVp lie hush'd in sleep As still as eternity But 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 1 spy from thefoldedaiy The tints of daylight fade Thus might angels keep from heaven's golden steep, Their wa...

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. — 25 April 1860

PBOSPECTUS. THE SENTINEL 13 FUOLI8HED KVEKY WEDNESDAY, AT E Wllfti» I N N 8 0 A •T L.ITTI.EFIELD A MAOINNlS. Aa Indepeadeat Damoeratie Journal DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND EIGHTS 0? THE MASSES, At a Political Journal it will try all meas ures and men by the standard of Democratic principle*, and will submit to no test but that of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The St»tintl will contain Congressional and Legislative—Forcion and Domestic—River and Commercial News—Literary Matter- Tales—Biographical a Historical Sketches, dec, & Ac. Ac. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (SirUUj la Advsaet.) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year S 00 Ten 15 HT* Any person getting up a Club of Ten and remitting $16 00, will be entitled to one •opy 9 ratls. JggT Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the same time, and be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters everywhere areau horiied Agen'.a for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Klsauted in a superior mannor, and on the shortest notice. BL IUKS...

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. — 25 April 1860

INTERESTING FJIOM CALIFORNIA* T* l_T t? THE SILVER MIXES. I A*AS ESS XMBASST. By the pony express which arrived at St. Joseph, on the 14th, we have California dates to April 4. The U. S. steamer 1'owhattan, Capt. Pearson, bearing the flag of Com. Tat nail, arrived at San Francisco, on the 27th of March, from Japan, bringing the Japanese embassy to Washington, composed of the highest rank of nobility in the Empire. It consists of twenty officers and nobles, and fifty ••riant*. The embassy was received with a salute of twenty one guns. The 1'owhattan bad (zone to the navy yard for repairs, after which she would proceed to the Isthmus with the embassy. They would then cross by rail to A spinwall, where th* U. 8. frigate Unvioke will take them on hoard, for Washington. By the rViwhattan, advices from Japan to the 15th of February are received. The gov *rnment ofJapan had commenced stamping Mexican dollars, making them legal curren cy in that country. This obviates one of the principal d...

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. — 25 April 1860

WISHES How many sick ones Wish they were healthy W many beggar men Wish they were wealthy How many ugly enes Wish they were pretty How many stupid ones Wish they were witty How many bachelors Wish they were married Single or double, Life's full of trouble Riches are stubMe, Pleasure's a hubbfo. |^#'A western Alitor says ladies wear corsets from in*tinct—a natural love ot being squeezed. You nu«la oious cuss! (ttrThe Black Repnbiiesns of the New York Legislature have intriNluced a bill Rwyrgg rcmitte "removing the rocks at the etttmnc- to fill Gate." It's a measure that vitally an* cu] their traveling convenience—as anybody can see with half an eye. MOUNTAIN MKADOW MASS ACHE— A writer in the VaUey TIM, of Great Salt Lake City, says that the bleached remains of the emigrant party maisacred at the Mountain Meadow have been collected into a single grave, and adds "A stone monument, conical in form. foot in hai^ht, »w marks the spot where they rest, their wan derings o'er. This is surmou...

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. — 25 April 1860

-J a a a WHAT LOVi: REQUIRES. Maiden lair, if you would learn Well to play this pleasant game, Ton most strike in quick return, 80 that I may do the same. Phould you (ail to strike at all, And that I my play alone, Then the ofcnttle'a sure to Ml, Ami the game at once is done. Mark, sweet maiden, when I strike, And attend to what I say Tennis and lova'a game alike, Need a quick return of play Who their pleasure most would know And in equal share partake, In both games alike must show Equal seat to give and take. Love and Tennis both, play'd ilf, Soon upon the players pall, When one shows a want of will Te hit back the flying ball. Love to love is demonstratife LOTS gires life and strength to love And in being thus creative, Love doth moat its power prove. Love, of Iote's at once the price, And reward thai love lores best Nothing can to love suffice, But the love that gives it rest. If from me to love you'd learn Love and be sweetheart tiue But if you give no return, Then 111 «ay—good...

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. — 2 May 1860

PBOSPfiCTUS. THE SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, AT E WING MINNESOTA •T I E I E A A I N N I S Aa Independent Democrati Journa DBVOTKO TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. An Political Journftl it will try all m«» ures and inea by the standard of Democratio principles, and will submit to no test but that of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The Stntiiul will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—River and Commercial News—Literary Matter- Tales—Biographical a Historical Sketches, A A Ac. Ac. TERMS OF S S I I O N ftsuitor is Aifsass.) One Copy, 1 year 2 00 Si* Conies, 1 year 8 00 Ten 4 ^SS* fell V&! $ IM ALU ITS VAHIOU3 BLANCHES, Rzeeated in a .-mperior manner, and on theinterior. shortest notice. BU INKS.—Warranty, Quit-Claim,Special Warranty, Mort*a*e Deed*, and Township PUts constantly on hand and for sale »t this •flee. BUSINESS CARDl O. T. WILBIft. W. O. WILLISTOW. W I E WILTLISTON, •Attorneys at Law, RED WING, MINNESOTA. ill attend to the duties of...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 2 May 1860

THE SENTINEL. rrsLimtD I LITTLEFIEU) & MAG INN IS BED '.VIXO, MINN.. MAT 2,1S*0. Editor. MAKTYUS. We are and always have been excee -ingly •orry that Oallilco met with such formula bl? trv.nsition in the establishment of his theory, that Columbus had to endure so many jibes and jeer.-*, aid that the early Christian* had to suffer the a«ful persecu tions which it is recorded were inflicted upon them. We are more sorrowful than men generally are that these things should have been. Not that our heart any warmer or our sympathies more lender than anybody else's but because these lament able affairs, are now-a-days universally used for the vilest purposes. We never yet heard a professorof anew fasngled humbug, or a model reformer of any kind, who had been kicked for his impudence, or laughed at for his folly but set up for a martyr, and rang the changes on Gallileo, Columbus and tho early Christians, till sympathizing audience, dissolved in tears, have taken him to their bosom, i&...

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. — 2 May 1860

arte- from going to heaven by iia path. O E I A CroMFo.*,:? 50 fl.Ur.sy" 40 00 Mink 1 75 Deer winter 18 Q£r A robbery, committed with extraor- rn dinary adroitness arid audacity, took place 1 1 J2i J-*. recentlj in the public square at Prague, in Germany, fbe proprietor of the house had directed the locksmith in the neighborhood to aend a man the next morning to open a money safe, the key of which bad been lost. When the man came to the house he found a well dressed person standing at the door, who told hiiri that the proprietor was not at home, but that he had been charged to ate the lock opened. He then took a key from his pocket, and having opened two doors, Ihowed the locksmith the safe. The lattei opened it) and the other person, after taking all the cash it contained, told the man to take off the lock and get a new key made for it. Both then left the apartment, the thief shutting the doors after him. The locksmith had scarcely returned to his mas ter's shop when two police age...

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. — 2 May 1860

hi "11 ii \i_.__± _—* E A CANNIBALISM. A terrible nuirder, the result of nn Indian superstition, is described as fal lows in the Nor'- Wester We have just received the JoRotving thrilling intelligence from the shores of Lake Winnipeg: In the beginning of February, two men were sent from Lower Fort Garry to the weirt side of that lake, on a fur expedition. In the vicinity of "Jack Head,*' they fell in with Jffr. John Monkman, who* inform* ed them that he had visited Thick Foot's" camp, and there learned that Thick Foot's" brother bad kitted his grandson, a boy often or twelve years of age, being apprehensive that said boy was becoming a Windigoo."— We may inform our uninitiated readers that according to an Indian tradition, if this youth had once tasted human flesh, he would have become as impen etrable to lead or iteel as ever Achilles was after emerging from the River Styx. It was to obviate so dire a ca lamity, that the Indian patriarch, with all duo solemnity and ceremony, per pe...

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 May 1860

O S E S THE SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT E WING, MINNESOTA BT L.ITTL.EFIEL.D & MAGINNIS. An Independent Demoorntic Journal DEVOTED TO THE IHTMEBTS AND BIGHTS OP THE MASSES. As a 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. CONTENTS: The StAtimtl will contain Congressional and Legislature—Foreign and Domestic nd Commercial News—Literary Mi and Commercia News—Litera Particular a' and Collecting River Matter- Tales—Biographical a Historical Sketches, "&c, 4c. Ac. dec TERMS O SUBSCRIPTION: t(Slricllj 1m Advanet.) One Copy,1 year I °0 Six Conies, 1 year 8 00 Ten 15 00 Any person getting up a Clnb of Ten and remitting |16 00, will be ontitled to one •ory ffratls. a Snbseriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the same time, and be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters everywhere are au horised Agen'.s for this paper. las &i^ %y& m^i% IN ALL ITS VARIOUS ...

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 May 1860

THE SENTINEL. l'tilLlfllkl) BY KKD WING, MINX.. MAY 9, ISKO. W. W. PHELPS, Editor^ Tii iiiJOilKX^I^M' OF Till] jCHA ULESTON CON ENTION. OnHhe third day of May the Northern Democracy, having manfully stood up and And won a glorious victory for the platform upon which they had so often rallied, and in defonce of which they had so steadily, and often successfully, breasted the torrent of soc'ional excitement, which threatens, not only to sweep away tho rights 0 one half tho States of our conf*-ioracy, but seeks to completely change the character of our "Federal Government, and destroy the equilibrium existing between its several powers, to accomplish its ends having so long fought for those principles at home and at Charleston made a fight equally bold and u.anly against the extremists of the other wing hiring won there anobla victory which they tempered by their moderation —adopting, in acooidanco with established usage the twa-thirda rule—thereby showing that they sought no unfair ad...

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. — 9 May 1860

OOBBBOTB* Flour—Extra 05 00 XXX $4 00 bbl. W heat—Good 80®85o. Oate—25(3 Wc bushel. Corn—25«80®35e shelled. Pork—8)^(950 HP lb in the hog. Potatoes—S8«30o. Seed—Timothy $2 50(38 Clover f7fl7 50 Be»a»-75cOtl 25 bath. Butter-lO12X0c *fb. Eggs—608c dozen. Sugar—N. 0.8»»« reined 1101So crushed and powdered 14019c. ', Syrup—N. O. 50c 8. H. TOo golden »0c Teafc-40,50,65,75021 ft. Coffee-Rio 15016c Java 20o ft. Tobacco—Ping 80040c smoking lO0l5cts ine-cut chewing 40c. Powder—Blasting tWTkeg rifle 40050c Vib 8hot-a»10e ft. Wood-1 500*2 eot d. Salt—Coarse 25 dairy 3 500*4 bbl. Fluid-80090c gallon. Oil—Linseed $1 25 winter strained whale and lard 61 25 IF gallon. Lumber-Common 100218 clear 160*20 thousand feet. ."' Shingles—Shaved 20$2 25 extra $3 50. Prepared expressly 'or the SENTINEL by Smith, Meigs ft Co., Bankers, Main street, Bed Wing. For Illinois' Wisconsin, and Missouri cur rency, we quote exchange as follows: Baring. 101K prera. 1 Bx. on New York, St. Louis, Chicago, pap. Milwaukee,...

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. — 9 May 1860

From the Nacogdoches (Texas* Chronicle. HEN Mt ll^l.Oi il VI N JACINTOJ At the buttle of San Jacinto I was* in command of one piece of artillery. The fire from it opened on the enemy about two hundred yards ilUiftin. We advanced after each dischargo, keeping it in advance of the enemy, until we were within less than two hundred yards of their breastwork, at which time I had aimed the gun, but was delayed in firing for a moment by Geneial Houston, who parsed across, some ttiirty jfards,in front or* the gnu, and was at-that time near ly that distance in advance of every man in that part of the field.—BEN McCf LLOCII. Brave Boh, why stand with your match in your band There arc Mexican foes in your sight The hour has come when there's hope for the hind, And y/uv brethren are keen for the fight. Let the Twin Sistor"* speak—her terriblo breath Like the simoon, will wither their men,— Let her bear to the foo a message of death lleuiember the Alamo," Ben. Hark 11 There's a sound on the air,...

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. — 16 May 1860

PatOSPECTUS. THE SENTINEL 13 PUBLISHED KVIKY WEDNESDAY, AT RED WING, MINNESOTA, BY I,ITTL.EFIELE A MAOINNIS. %a I«4e»eadaat Democratic Journal DEVOTED TO TBI INTEREST8 AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. A*ftPolitical Journal it will try all mew nres and msn by the standard ot Democratic principle*, and will submit to no test but that »f Democratic truth. CONTENTS: fho Smtiiul will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—River ami Commercial Muws—Literary Matter— Tales-Biographical and Historical Sketches, dec, Ac., dec. &c. TERM'S O S S I I O N J(Striotl7 in Adr»n««.) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Cbpiaa, 1 year 8 0t Teu W pf Aay person getting np a Club of Ten sal remitting ft* 00, will be ontitled to one «»fy srratis. S/f -Jub^criptions to Clubs must all com mence at the same time, aud be strictly in advance. AOBHTS.—Postmasters everywhere are an homed Agon'sforthis paper. fc&S* & IN ALL ITS VARIOUS B*AN3HC3. Executed in a superior manner, and on theinterior. s...

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. — 16 May 1860

'»jgmT__L THE SENTINEL^*aar^m l'1'UT.MHKD L.ITTICEFIEL A A N N I S RED WING, MINN.. MAY IP, t8«0. W. W. PURLIN, Editor. DOITULA*' PROSPECTS. Ujr extracts from losrRag Southern pap •ft, which we publish in today's issue it Will be seen that the action of the seceding Southern delegates isnot endorsed si home, and that already the Democracy of' the Southern States are moving to appoint dele gates to Baltimore who will give expression to their real sentiments. They willingly stand by the platform, adopted at Charles ton and are convinced that to insure sue* estl the nomination of the great defender and. expounder of that platform is necessary. At the North, the conduct of those dole pates who so manfully stood by Douglas is universally applauded and ratified, while ihose who basely bowed their neck at the nod of power, and misrepresented their con stituents )y concurring in the designs of traitors and factionists are everywhere ex ecrated and denounced. Never has the fact that Douglas ...

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. — 16 May 1860

O E I A O W I I 3 Floor—Extra 8 00 XXX 00 it bbl. W heat—Good iOtfHSc. Oatf-2W»0e*r bushel. Cora—9oV»80r».15e shelled. Pfcflr—8HiM« lb in the hog. Potatoes—tftOOOe. Seed—Timothy $2 50(98 Clover $7(37 60. •oM*-T5o0ftl .,.. Batter-101«^»e-Tib. Eggs—608o dozen. Sugar—N.O 8»»n refined 11012c crushed •nd powdered 14018c. Syrup—N. O. 80c 8. II. 70c golden 90c. T«M-40,80,85,750*1 lb. Coffee—Rio 15016c Java 2©e'M lb. Tobacco-rPlag 80010a smoking lO015cts tne-eut chewing 40c. Powder—Blasting fSVkeg rifle140050c 1P!b Shot—9010c Wood-1 5O0f2Vcord. Salt-Coarse *i. 95 dairy 8 500*4 bbl. 1510*^-800900 gallon. Oil—Linseed $1 95 winter strained whale and lard 81 95 g*llam Lumber-Common 100*49} olear l*»$20 v» thousand feet. .. Shingles-Shaved 20*9.25 extra 3 50. No. •1 in 14 it "i DISSOLUTION n1 WiHO PRICK CIHRsCNT. ft* Market* ., ,.. No. i, Martin, ft soH 1, Rear, 13 00 do Cob, 4 08 Bad Fox 1 98 CrossFox, 8 50 S.Grey" 40 00 Mink 1 78 Deer winter 19 PJaher, 2 0O Lyni, 1 28The Coon, 50 Rats, 8019c W...

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. — 16 May 1860

DLI «HiAHI)I NS The "Disbanded" of the N. Y. Sun Jay Timet (the best weekly paper in the U. S.) is so happy in the descrip tion of a German Beer garden that we must give our readers an opportunity to persuo it. Those who have seen this modern "institution" will recog nise that picture at once, and if the laughs they get out of it don't com. Ilave ieiisate them for the time lost, they too little love of humor to take any paper but one so entirely "pure" as "to be insipid. EDDVTUUS or TBK SUNDAY TIMES:- Dutch thirst, witch oney hes time to •quinch itself parshilly on weak days, reohes such a frantick state of salty excitem nt by Sunday evenin, and drownds itself in a freshit of loger. Never bavin seen the inside of a Dutchman, I am ouable to state what the flzzyologv of thai* innards is, but immagiu thar lined with sand and gravel* like a turkey's gizzard, or a pitent filter. line kwite sartin the iu tarual arrangments of a nativ Ameri can would be holey unequill to the pre •bur of a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 23 May 1860

I O S E S THtSlNTINEL Id 1'UliLISHED KVSKY WEDNESDAY, AT E WING, MINNESOTA E I E A A O I N N I S Independent Democratic Journal OKVOTKD O THE INf«RK8T8 AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. A* a Politioal Jctornal it trill try all meaa ere* add standard of Democrutic Rinoiplesirteucbwilthsubmit and to no tost bat that Democrati truth. CONTKNT8: *he Stntiml will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic--River and Commercial Xews— Literary Matter- Tales -Biographical a Historical Sketches,' Jso., dec, Ac. Ac. KiOto OF S S I I O ((Strictly ia AdraaM.) foneCopy, 1 year ...*.••••• Six Copieu, 1 year T*rf .. 15 00 JJ7" Any person getting up a Club of Ten and remitting $16 00, will bo entitled to one •opy gratis. a Subscriptions to Clubs must all com raence at the same time, and be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters everywhere areau homed Agen'.a for this paper. I N ALL its VARIOUS BRANCHES, Kzsouted in a superior manner, and on the shortest notice, it VM1£H.«-Warranty. Quit-Cl...

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. — 23 May 1860

«§*T* THE SENTINEL. J'UIILJtilllD BY E I O & A I N N I S RED W1XG, MINN., MAY 23.ISflO. W. W. 1*11 HM a H, Editor. (KT* Just having returned home, pres sure of private business prevents the editor from treating on several important subjects this week. TliE CHARLESTON CONVENTION. It may seem now too late to say any thing in regard to this Convention—which in the progress of events has already become a part of the history of the country—and new questions and topics by the action of the Chicago Convention forced upon the public attention. But in some of its as pects, this National Democratic Convention at Charleston was the most important ever held iu this Union. Upon its action, and upon the results of its adjourned meeting at Baltimore, in our juigmout, the exist ence of this Union in a great measure de pends. The Democratic party is the last politi cal link now binding the North and South, which, if broken, the political elements of the country must of necessity be arrayed again...

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. — 23 May 1860

1— COMMERCIAL. ITH MED WING PRICE CURRENT. COBBXGTXD W I Floor—Extra $5 OoTxXX 00 bbl. heat—Good 8OA880. Oats-95® 10c bushel. Com—9MMO03M shelled. Pork—8{»5c If lb in the hog. PoUtoea—95030c. Seed—Timothy *2 50(93 Clovor$707 50. Beaas—75eOSl iJVbuih Butter- I0l2tfac lb. Eggs—t*93o doien. Sugar—N.O 899n refined ll(S12c crushed and powdered 140150. Syrup—N. O. 50e 8. H. 70c golden 90c. Tea»-40, 50, 75»tl 9/ lb. Coffee—Rio 15016c Java jOc lb. Tobacco—Plug 84310c smoking 10at5ets Ine-eut chewing 40c. Powder—Blasting fSITkeg: rifle 40050cVlb Shot—9010c lb. W 5O0«2 cord. Salt—Coarse $.' 25 dairy 8 500*4 bbl. Fluid—300000 gallon. Oil—Linseed $1 25 winter strained whale and lard $1 25 gallon. Lumber—Common 1O0$12 clear 160920 thousand feet. Shingles—Shaved 2092 25 extra $3 50. Fur Market. No. 1, Bear, 99 00 do Cub, 4 00 Red Fox. 1 25 Xx. on New York, St. Louis, Chicago, No. t, Martin, 91 50 Fbher, 2 00 Lynx, 1 25 Cross Fax, 3 50 S.Urey 40 00 Mink 1 75 Deer winter 16 Monetary Matters* Prepar...

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