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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 23 May 1860

DOWN BV THE RIVER. Madge and Nellie, and Kato and I Wandered down by the river's aide, And watched the waving shadows fir, Like gliding barka o'er ita level tide. And many a merry aong was anng, And many a joyous tale was told, Till the air with ourfitfullaughter rung, And echo replied from the forest old. Memory tells roe that they were fair Madge with her (Blustering nut-brown curls, And Nellie and Ktte with their sunny hair, And lips like rosebuds and teeth like pearls. Rocking to rest in their sweet content. The birds their heaven-taught vespers sung, And over our heads, like a gorgeous tent, The crimson curtains of sunset hung. The lilies lifted their queenly heads, And swayed with the current to and fro And the wildflowersloaned o'er their grae ay beds, And gazed at themselves in the waves bafow. Now, as then, on the level tide, The crimson stains of the sunset lie But we roam no more by the river's side, Madge and Nellie, and Kate and I. I go alone to the churchyard gray, Whe...

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. — 30 May 1860

ii PROSPECTUS. THE SENTINEL IS PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, AT E WING MINNESOTA MX I E I E Ss MAQINNIS. Independent Democratic Jcarual DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. As a Political Journal it will try all meas nren and mon by the standard ot Democratic principles, and will submit to no test but that oi Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foroign and Dome»tic--Uiver and Commercial News—Literary Matter— Tales—Biographical a Historical Sketchsa, A & Ac. Ac TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: KStfictly in AJ»»n««.) One Copy, I year 9 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 8 00 Ten 0 0 Any person getting up a Clnb of Ten and remitting $!»» 00, will be entitled to one copy gratis. •^•Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the same time, and be strictly in advance. AOENTS.—Postmasters everywhere areau horised Agon'.* Tor this paper. 1*$% IS* 1 9 IN ALU ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Executed in a superior mannor, and on theinterior. shortest notice. '...

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. — 30 May 1860

TEffi SKXTlNEL A I & A N N S RED WING, MINN.. MAY 30. l&f.o. Vf. YvV IMTTTM'S, Kditor. IIKSSJI.S. I I I O N A- i'itiiLi:v "The course pursued by the«e gentlemen at the laic Charleston Cenvcntion, has been, auJ .still is, the subject of much severe criti cism. It is a discussion in which we have uo desire to participate but as one of the delegates at Charleston, our silence would be misinterpreted by both sides. The dele gates to the Charleston Convention, eight in •umber, were elected by the S:ate Conven tion, in January last, they thereby be camo the representatives of the Democracy of the State, and as such it was their duty, each and ail alike, as honorable men, to give cxpvw siun to the will of their constituents, if such will could be directly ascertained, and only when unable to be ascertained was it proper to follow individual and personal preference-'. The will of the Democracy of Minnesota, by the following resolution unanimously passed by ayes and noes—not a dissen...

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. — 30 May 1860

i'i'Hi.isaiu BT •RED WINO, MINN.. MAY 30. ISrfO. W. W. PHELPS, liditor. -MKSSK*. UUCfEHTON & 1)1.1 Y. The course pursued by lhe*e gentlemen at (he laic Charleston Convention, has been, and still is, the subject or much severe criti cism. It is a tfiscuosion in which we have no desire to participate but as one of the delegates at Charleston, our silence would be misinterpreted by both sides. The dele galea to the Charleston Convention, eight in somber, were elected by the S:nte Conven tion, in January last, they thereby be camo the representatives of the Democracy of the State, and as such it was their duty, each and ail alike, as honorable men, to give expression to the w:ll of their constituents, if such will could be directly ascertained, and only when unable to be ascertained was it proper to follow individual and personal preference-:. The will of the Democracy of Minnesota, by the following resolution unanimously passed by ayes and noes—not a dissenting voice—expressed tho ...

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. — 30 May 1860

O E I A RED WING rkicE CVKKCNT. OOMIOTID WKKBLT. Floor—Extra $5 00~XXX ft4 00 bbl. W heat—Good 30«9Sfic. Oat»-259f0e IT bushel. Corn—2Mr80»35e shelled. Pork-S^Ofe lb in the hog. Potatoes—35f930c. Seed—Timothy 2 50f»3 Clover $7f®7 50. Bess*—75c®91 25 If bush. Batter—1012^^0 tPtb. Eggs— ti®Se dozen. Sugar—N. O 8ra»9'* refined 11012c crushed and powdered 14(915c. Sjrrnp—N. O. 50c 8. H. 70c golden 90c. Ten*—40, 50,«5,75Ofl !b. Cotfto—Rio 15016c Java 20c lb. Tobaeco—Plug 30010c smoking lO015cts fine-out chewing 40c. Powder—Blasting fffPkeg: rifle 40050c Vlb Shoc-»01Oc Wood-1 5 O 0 2 cord. Salt -Course $2 25 dairy 3 5O0$4 bbl. Fluid—80090B gallon. Oil—Linseed $1 25 winter strained whalo and lard $1 25 gallon. Lumber—Common 1O0$12 clear 16®$20 HP thousand feet. Shingles—Shaved 20$2 25 extra $3 50. Fur Market. Mo. 1, Bear, $3 00 do Cub, 4 00 Red Pox 1 25 Prepared expressly «or the SENTINEL by Smith, Meigs A Co., Bankers, Main street, Red Wing. For Illinois1 Wisconsin, and Missouri cur rency...

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. — 30 May 1860

[From I'avtbn's Life of An IrowJackson] TUB JACKSO.N-MCKINSO* DUfrX The famous «1ml between Jackson and Dickinsou Is generally known. but ParloiM* recent fife of the forme gives an excellent account of the af fair, with some circumstances that are new. Dickinson's second won the choice of position, ami Jackson's the office of giving the word. The astute Overton nnsifor-«l earing irfttlC WOM a mat of great importance, and he had already iletonnine.l ho»v he would give it if tl»e lot fell to him. The eight pitcvs were measurefj off, ami the men place 1 lh were perfectly collected. All the politeness of such occasions yva? strictly and elegantly preformed. Jackson was dressed in a loose frock, buttoned carelessly over his chest, and concealing in some de yree the extreme slenderncss of his tigurv. Dickinson was the younger and handsomer man of the two. Bui Jackson's tall, erect figure, and the still Intensity of his demeanor, it is •aid, gave him the most superior and commanding air, 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. — 6 June 1860

THE SENTINEL 13 PUBLISHED EVZJCT WEDNESDAY, AT MBO WllfO, MINNfWOTA, ar LITTLEFIEL A MAQINNIS. AM InAep«Mle»t Democratic Journal DEVOTED tO THE INTERESTS AND BIGHTS OF THE MASSE8. Tales—Biographical a Historical Sketches, A A Ac. Ac. TBBttS OP SUBSCRIPTION'. Strictly ia ASVMM.) OMCopy, lyear $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 8 00 Ten 15 00 Premittinperson V" Any getting up a Club of Ten $1* 00, will be entitled to one copy gratis. KM" Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the same time, and be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters everywhere are au horised Agen'.a for this paper. BLANKS.—Warranty. Quit-Claim .Special Warranty, Mort*a*e Deeds, and Township Plats constantly on hand and for sale at this ffloa. BUSINESS CARDS. B. T. WILOVB. W. 0. WILLISTON. WILDER WILLISTON, Attorney* at Lair, RED WING, MINNESOTA. ill attend to the duties of their profession in any of the Courts of this State. W C. WILLISTON Notary Public and Agent for the fol lowing reliable Fire Insurance Companies ...

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. — 6 June 1860

1 V.'ii THE SENTINEL. ri'DLISITKU UT X.ITTLEFIELJO A MAG INN IS RED WING, MINN., JUNK G, 18(10. W. W. IMlt.I.PS, Editor. HK it SIN ESS O E WING. The steady growth of Red Wing, the sound condition of its business men, and the enterprize of its citizens bar* already wen for tbo place a flno reputation among the people in its vicinity, and given to it a stand ing and credit abroad that is truly enviable All we have to do now to secure a continu anee of this prosperity and favor is to im prove our roads to the country, and secure tho trade and business naturally belonging to this point. If our citizens now permit it to be dirertcd to other points by neglecting to aftbrd proper facilities to get to our town, our business men and citizens generally deserve and will obtain the name of being the blindest and most stupid set of penny wise and pound foolish" money grabbers that ever lived. The appeal is now made to all—to the holder of town property, to the business man and day laborer. If ou...

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. — 6 June 1860

O I I A 0OJUU0TJCU WEXKLT. Flour-Extra $5 (to XXX $« 00 bbl. W ho»t —GoQll SufflSStl. Outs -J5O0cr busluik Corn—3&930O:J5o shelled. Pork -3^0.^0 tb in the hog. Potatoes—25fS30e. Sevl—Timothv #2 50^3 Clovox $7(^7 50. Beans—75c®!jl 25 bush. Butter— li'U^®c 1T lb. Eggs—'JtfpSc dozen. Sugar—N. O. 8(3*-. refined 116912c crushed and powd^rc4 l4Sl 5c. Syrop—N. 0 50o S. H. TOc golden 90c. Teas—40. 50,05,75®$1 m. Coffee—Kio 15r31Ge JavaJOc lb. Tobacco—Ptiig 3rdWc smoking 10®15ets fine-cut chewing 10c. Powde-— Blasting $5Vk«c rifle 40050c3?lb Shot—9»IOc Wood-1 500$-'V cord. Salt—Coarse 2S dairy 3 50fi$4 bbl. Fluid -S0®9Du gallon. Oil—LinscodiI 25 winter strained whale and lard $1 25 If gallon. Lumber—Common U(SS12 clear 160$2O W thousaud feet. Shingles-Shaved 2®fS 25 extra $8 50. Fur Market. No. 1, Bear, $3 00 do Cub, 4 00 Bed Fox 1 25 Monetary Matters. Prepared expressly *or the SKNTINKL by Smith, Meigs A Co., Bankers, Main street, Red Wing. For Illinois' Wisconsin, and Missouri cur renc...

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. — 6 June 1860

UflU'lW sec A WINDFALL. FOR SOMKBODY.-May- or Bishop yesterday received a letter from Robertson county, Texas, mak ing inquiries after a colored family named Cox, who arc supposed to b» somewhere in this vicinity. About ten years since, as we learn from the letter, Mr. Thomas Cox, of Texas, manumitted in this city a ncgress and her three children, two boys and a girl, the latter being his own "offspring and bearing his name. He continued to provide for them, however, occa sionally making them remittances. On the 14th of January last ho died, leav ing in the hands of his attorney about $7,000, which he desired should be given to the children, the mother hav ing deceased, some years ago.— Chi. Enquirer. SCIENTIFIC.—You have heard about the "silvery sea," but did you ever imagine that it was an actual fact that the sea contained an im-crowd mense quantity of silver A couple of very learned members of the Academy of Sciences, at the last sit ting presented to that body the result of the...

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. — 13 June 1860

II. O S E S THE SENTINEL 19 PUBLISHED KVIKT WEDNESDAY, A WING, MINNESOTA »T LATTL.EFIEL. A A O I I S %a laelepeaaeat Democratic Joaraal DEVOTKD TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OP THE MASSES. At a Political Journal it will try all meas ure* and men by the standard ot Democratic principles, an I will submit to no test but that of Democratic truth. O N E N S Tiio S'tii'ul will contain Congressional an-1 Lat(islwtive—Foreign and Domestlc--K!vor and Commercial Mews—Literary Matter— Tale*-Biographical a Historical Sketches, A «fcc, &e. &c. TBRMS O S S I I O N |Cttit«djr a A4»»«M.) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 8 A 1500 qr* Any person gettlnz np a Club of Ten remitting Jl* 00, will be entitled to one noyy gratis. ub«eriptiona to Club* must all com \i\sa lit the same time, and be strictly advance. *5^T:8.—Postmasters every where are an Uoriied Agen" a For thia paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Executed in a superior manner, and on shortest notice. VXKS.—Warranty. Quit-Cla...

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. — 13 June 1860

THE SENTINEL. FPBLISIIXD BT I I E I A A I NTN I S RED WIRO, MINN.. JUNE 13,18*0. W. W. I'HKLPS, Editor. OOliNTY AFFAIMS. Whan the new Board of Couvnissiontrs loot we resolved to endorse whatever they did that was right and condemn if we roust, only when we thought they violated the host interests of the count/ by partizan and illiberal a?ta. We choose this course «s the boat adapted to promote the interests of the county and because we esteemed some members of the board. We supposed it impossible for the Board to distinguish it self by such a series of blunders as it has done. A few dollars expended for roads and bridges and culverts in the back towns, where the population was sparse and the ne cessity of expendiing a little money great, would have proved of infinite advantage Tho prospect now is, that our farmers wilj have an immense crop to bring to market and any facilities furnished to promote the ease of its transportation are positive bene fits, but the Board cooly neglected a...

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. — 13 June 1860

O E I A RE WING rKICK CURRENT. COMaOTSD- MUIILT. Floor-Extra $5 oeTxXX 00 bbl. heat—Good 80®S6c. Oito-UAWe bushel. Corn—9*980i935e shelled. Park—SltfSffs Its in the hog. Potatoes W08Qa« Seed—Timothy 6008 Clover $707 80. Be*a*-75o0$l bush. Butter-lOl*X0e ft. Eggs-609c¥»doaen. Sugar—N. S09« refined 11018c crushed •ad powdered 14015c. Syrup—N. U. 50o 8. H. T0c: golden 90c. Teas-40, SO, 65,75011 lb. Coffee—Kio 16016c Java VOc Hi. Tobacco—Plug *J0idc smoking lO0Mcts tne-eat chewing 40c. Powder—Blasting $51Tk*g rifle 40050c Shot—9010c Hi. Wood—1 5U0$'i cord. Salt—Coarse $. 25 dairy 3 50/3)4 bbt. Fluid -8O09Oo If gallon. Oil—Lineeed $1 25 winter strained whale •nd lard $1 25 gallon. Lumbar—Common IO0$13 clear 16».fi0 thousand feet. Shingles—Shaved 20*2 25 extra $8 50. Fur Market. No. 1, Bear, $9 00 do Cub, 4 00 41 No. I, Martin, Fbher, Lynx, Bed Fox 1 2a Cross Fox, 3 50 S.Grey" 40 00 Mink 1 75 Deer winter 1« I. O of Ci. 50 2 00 1 25 50 Monetary Mutter*. the SINTIMI Mai street, Be Win Prepa...

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. — 13 June 1860

THE SILENT11V A & I E UP II Lr ill IL 1TY. Tho following, translated from the Ger-l\ man of Pratzol, needs no praise from us-.age, It ewtrio* itsTDoiil wit* it: *y As evening clothed the world again in shad ows, A sultan walked wilh proud and statelyand anna And''midst his grovel of piltn, and vine*-', and aloes, Looked suddenly a dervish in the face Who calmly sat, in earnest contemplation O It seemed to be his only occupation Tu turn a human skull around and round. The sultan at this me -ting was surprised, And coldly asked, with an expressive mien, As il the humble thinker he despised,. What in tho empty bone was to be seen •--—.provin:gd .........g "I fc.nd, my liege, when day was scarcely But haursoa'ar mv brains I've sinca been rich before he is Or a poor dervish only call it his HLLXAN'S ULTIMATUM. ED LONDON* TIMES :—Ever since power ticial way, guaranteed by the presence of the eilitor of Bell's Life, whether he intends to abide by tho dato e. »%.«. certaiu^withoertainty...

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. — 13 June 1860

The foUovrlng.'tr^hted from the Ger man of Pratzol, neeJa no praise from uv. Itourief tts-moMLwiO- it: s.x As erasing elothcd the world again shad owe, A sultan walkeft wftn proud and atatelf AiUl^mMalhisg^vee* of palm, and vlu*, and aloes, Looked suddenly a dervwh in the face Who calmly sat, tn earnest contemplation And lost in thought, upon the mossy ground II seemed to be his only occupation To turn si human sktrtl around and round Ti.e sultan at tht*tofeStingwas surprised, And coldly asked, with an expressive mien, As it the humble thinker he despised, -i What in the empty bone was to be seen baml ray liege, when day was scarcely breaking," Replied the priest, "the skull you here befiold, But hew*oe,'er my. brains I've since been baa 'Cannot succeed its problem to unfold. What, spite of all my thought and calcula liorf, I cannot fathom, sire, is simply this Did a proud sultan own this decoration, Or a poor dervish only call it his 1" E E A N S I A Ei»- LONDON TIMBS :—Ever since ...

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. — 20 June 1860

O S E S TH»E SEiNTiXEL i'JilLWOID KVEKY WBJK£SJAS, 4 -4 •. 1 AT ME W1NU, MINJf KSOTA, ar I E I E A A O I N N I & 4 a latfepensloot UaiaocrMle Journal DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AN RIGHTS OF THE MASSES. At a Political Journal It will Xrf all area and men by the standard or Democratic •rlaolpU*. and will anbm|t to no tost bnt that of Democratic troth. O N E N S Tho &4*tii%»l will contain Congraulonal and Loglalatlva—Foreign and Domaatio—Kiver and Commaroial Nawa—Literary Matter— Talea-Blogr^hleal a Hiatoncal Skatchea, A dec, dec. Ac TERMS O S S I I O N Sauted/ la A«VMM.) fine Copy, 1 year Six Cojnea, 1 year Xan $ 8 00 8 00 15 00 Any parson getting op a Olnb of Ton remitting $10 00, will bo ontitlod to ono aopy ffratia. '3T Subscriptions to Club* muat all com •vjrioj at the same time, and bo atriotly in advance. »R*M.— Po*tma«tera everywhere are an i^rtaed Aeon a for thia paper. $ 7 A 3 3 B1AN9HES, ixosiitoi in a superior mannor, and on theinterior. ahurtoat notice. '^.--Warranty...

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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. — 20 June 1860

O S E S fHE SEiNiiXEL lo i'UiSLWHIU KVEKY WEDNESDAY, AT E W1NU, MINNESOTA •T I E I E A A O I N N I S 1* Indepautfeat Democratic Journal DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND RIGHTS UV THE MASSES. At a Political Journal it trill try all raeaa «r«it and men by the standard of Democrutio principles, and will submit to no test but that of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The Stntintl will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic—River and Commercial News—Literary Matter- Tales-Biographical a Historical Sketches, A & dec. Ac. TBiitts O S S I I O N ft ftStrUd/ la A«ra«M.) One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Cojnes, 1 year 8 00 Ten 15 00 X3T Any person getting up a Club of Ten \ul remitting fl S 00, will be entitled to one iopy rratis. j" itnoriptions to Clubs must all com ivJrtJS At the *amo time, and be strictly in advance. JBNT3.—Postinastors everywhere are an '.torlied Agon a for this paper. I 1 I /A*I9'J3 B1AN3HE9, Ml in a superior manner, «hirtoat r.otico. 'tlroe. BUSINESS CARDS. «. ...

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. — 20 June 1860

jr I'UllLlMIEl) BY ICEFIEL & A N N S RED WING, MINN.. JUNE 20. I860. jjjf jjj* 1'HKliWt, Editon in iii: S O N O A A S ITS EDITORS. rri*Y, STCBYER, I.YND AMI YOUNG. Mr. Joseph 11. Brown, one of tho most worthy and enterprising citizens of our young State some five years ago laid out up on the Banks of the Minnesota river a town which he called Henderson—a name that it is known by even unto this day. In or der to advance the interests and promote the prosperity of his embryo city Mr. Brown like a sensible man established a paper thero, which, for a while, he edited himself, in his usual superior style of doing things Mr. Brown being called upon to serve his country in the capacity of Indian agent—a call which he obeyed with all the prompt ness of a genuine patriot—he had to engage a person to conduct his paper he was un fortunate in the selection of an editor, and in less than six months he bad to change him, a process wb:ch he has had to repeat twice each year since thon, each su...

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. — 20 June 1860

E WING I E E N coaaioTiD WIIILT. Floor—Extra $5 OoTxXX $4 00 «T bbl. WlM*t—Good 80O85c. Omu-ii(ai0e V*bushel. Corn—25080(9350 shelled. Pork—3^050 lb in the hog. Potatoes—25030c. Seod—Timothy 92 50O3 Clover $707 50. Been*—75cO$l 25 bush. Batter— lOlS^Oo Hf Hi. Eggs—GOSo ^f doxen. Sugar—N. 0.3O0. refined 11012c crushed and powdered 14015c. Syrup—N. O. 50c 8. H. 70c golden 90c. Teas—40, 50,65,75(3*1 lb. Coffee—Rio ISOlfic Java 20c Hf. Tobacco—Plug 30010c smoking 10®15cts fine-cut chewing 40c. Powder—Blasting $5Vkeg rifle 40050c Vtb Shot—9010c lb. Wood—1 50O$3 cord. Salt—Coarse $-' 25 dairy 3 500*4 bbl. Fluid—80090c gallon. Oil—Linaeod $1 25 winter strained whale and lard $1 25 If gallon. Lumber—Common 10O$12 clear 16O#20 thousand feet. Shingles—Shaved 20$2 25 extra $3 50. Fur Market. No. 1, Bear, $3 00 do Cub, 4 00 Red Fox. 1 25 Monetary Matters. Prepared expressly 'or the SENTINEL by Smith, Meigs fc Co., Bankers, Main street, Red Wing. For Illinois' Wisconsin, and Missouri cur rency, ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 20 June 1860

EPITAPHS. Poems and epitaphs are but stuff, Ilere lies Tom Barras, and tkat's enough. The annexed is not only flippant, but ludicrous: Here lies the body of Deborah Kent, 8heakieked up her heels, and away she went. The author of the following dis plays ingenuity in securing a rhyme for his memorial:. Here lies two brother* by misfortune sur rounded. One died of his wounds, and the other was drowaded. St. Albans furnishes an original and striking idea in thy way of mortuary literature: Sacred to the memory of Miss Martha Groyu She was very pure within, She burnt the outward shell of sin, And hatched horseIf a cherubm. A tngne to the Union-head now tremuiy !i ippy ati I Ui a lest conversation is Host—" I say m\ ladies in drawing found—crowh The tongue of a Tennessee Be I A new party hat, with an old Hell-crown It we rs, like an ancient swell. [no*n, Now Douglas, tbou "giant" of •little" re- WVie waiting to see what rou're at Let us know if you mean, like your :lans man of old, Lord Ar...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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