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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 25 June 1859

tled condition,- owing to the disarrangement of our home currency.. It to be hoped. *wii»v* tea ij^s^a I For land WH rants there is no demand. 27. »!»«,» given the following as the quota tiom in the New York market: of the above described seenriies deposited •|HM: with him Srutc Bank, Austin Bank ot St. Paul Kxehange Bunk, Gletwoffy NicolotCo*. Hank. St. Pctor-. F»rni«r'H Bank, Garden 4'Jity Bank ot'Owatoiina Chisaeo tVuftty Hank Bank W KooltOKtor La Cw»so liauk. llokuh Fi'linorc Co.JBank,' Preston P-'ople's Bank, St. Peter--- Ontral Hunk. New Ulm--- Wjaona Uouuty Bank-...••- have been very busy depreciatin rency,.while "shinnin but suispicious buying it from those who would sell it from 2U u* 2") per cent discount. Of course there was no collusion between the brokers and'standing the latter gentry, for the former refuse to I bu it at their counters Fin A IfCI,V I. ATT111 .. rp 11 •-i ', ,'£ Money...alters here continue in ah unset ft N I S IC Buying Selline 40ftorcwiirtimti* per ae...

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 June 1859

C1TT DIRECTORY. RED WING CHURCHES. EPISCOPAL. CHRIST CIIVKCII—on Main, (between Bush A Plum streets). Sorvices at 10}4 A. ^1. and 1 P. M. Rev. E. R. Wells, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. FIRST PSESIIVTKIIIAN—on Sixth street, ("near the Court Hou»e). Sorvi- es ut 1 A. SI., and 1 P. M. Rev. J. W. Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. UIRMAM METHODIST—corner of Broadway & Fourth street. Service. at low A. M., and 7 P. M. Rev. Henry Kolhe, Pastor. I.UTHERAX. SWEDE LVTHBIIAI* CHURCH—on Fifth street. Services at 10£ A.M., and 7 P. M. Preaching •very Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. Boren, Pastor. E WING POST O I E nouns or DELIVERY or MAILS. On Sundays, from to 10 A. M. On week dayi, from 7 A. M. to S P. M. ROORS Or ARRIVAL AND DKPARTI!RE, AMD TIME OF CLOSING MAILS. Red Wing to l.a Crosse, Wisconsin—' eaves daily, (now.) at 3}-£ o'clock P. M. Arrives six times a week at 3 o'clock A. M. The great Kastern and Souther:' ma'ls are carried on this route. Mail closes at 2 P. M. Red Wing and St. Paul.—Leav...

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. — 25 June 1859

E WHIG CHURCHES EPISCOPAL. Cnvaen—on Main, (between Bush A Plum streets). Services at 10W A. II. snd P.M. Rev. E. R. Wells, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. Frasv PBXSBYTSHIAN—on Sixth street, near the Court House). Servi. es at 1 A. M., and 7 P.M. Rev. J. W.Hancock, Pastor. METHODIST. UBBUAM METHODIST—corner of Broadway & Fourth strait. Service at 10V A. M., and 7 P. M. Bev. Henry Kolhe, Pastor. LUTHERAN. HWXOK LvTHiRArt CHURCH—on Fifth street Services at 10^ A.M., and 7 P. M. Preaching •very Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Bev C. Boren, Pastor. E WING POST O I E HOCUS OF DKI.ITIRT OF MAILS On Sundays, from 9 to 10 A. M. On week days, from 1 A. M. to 8 P. aOVBS OF ARRIVAL AND DKPABTVBI,AND TI OF CLOSING MAILS, Bed Wing to l.a Crosse, Wisconsin—' eaves daily, (now.) at 3}{ o'clock P. M. AT rives six times a week at 8 o'clock A. M. The great Eastern and Southern ma:ls are carried on this ronte. Mail closes at 2 P. Bed Wing and St. Paul.—Leaves daily on the arrival of the Eastern stages at 8...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 25 June 1859

SENT!M E N WTT AND Why is mull* like a fool Be bausd it holds a lady's huii.l without squeezing it. If a Yankee should meet death on the pale horse, he would banter !ii:n to uicap critters No eat. has two tails.' Granted. Then, a icat has one tail more than no cat? True. Well, then, we have proved that a cat has three taila N poultice has ever been dis covered to draw out a man's virtues *o ful.y as the sod which covers his grave. "My LAP," *aid a lady to a boy carrying an empty mail bag, "aro you a mail boy?" "You doesn't think I'm a female hoy does ye, ma'am? A negro boy was driving a mule when the animal suddenly stopped ami refused to budge. "Won't go, hey?" said the boy. "Feel grand, do you? Guess you forget your father was a jackass!" An Irishman's description of fiddle cannot be beat:—"It was the shape of a turkey, and the sizo of a goose he turned it over on its back and rubbed its belly wid a schtick. and oeh! St. Patrick, how it squaled. Converting, one day, with a fash io...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 25 June 1859

Why is WjT AND SENTIMENT, UAMLfNL UNIVERSITY. muff like a tool Be a laity's ui I without V.uise it Jioki «qaeezing it. If a Yankee should meet death on the pale horse, he would banter hint to mcap critters No eat. has two taiU' Granted. Then, a cat has one tail more than no cat? True. Well, then, we have proved that a cat has three tails! No poultice has ever been dis covered to draw out a man's virtues *o fully* as the sod which covers his grave. "My LAP," said a lady to a boy carrying an empty mail bag, "aro you a mail boy?" "You doesn't think I'm a i'cimle boy does ye, ma'am?" A negro boy was driving a mule when the animal suddenly ^topped and refused to budge. "Won't go, hey?" said the boy. "Feel grand, do you? Guess you tbrget your father was a jackass!" An Irishman's description of a fiddle cannot bo beat:—" It was theproiepcourse shape of a turkey, and the size of a goose he turned it over on its back and rubbed its belly wid a schtick. and ochl St. Patrick, how it sqnaled." ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 2 July 1859

O S E S THE SENTINEL 19 PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY, ME WING, MINNESOTA, •T E I E & MAGINNIS. As laelepeaetoat Deanocratie Jemraal DEVOTED TO THE 1NTE1EST8 AND EIGHTS OF THE MASSES. At a Political Jonrnal it will try all meas a and man by tne standard or Democratic principle*, and will anbmit to no taat but that of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The SMimt will contain CongraMlonal and Legislative—Foreign andd nd Commercial News—Literary Talaa-Biographical a Historical ijr an Domestic--River and Commercia News—Literar Matter- Sketches, A A Ac. Ac. TEEMS Or 8UB8CEIPTION: CtHttMl ta AitsMw.) One Copy, 1 year $ 8 00 Six Copies, 1 yaar 8 00 Tan 15 00 OT Any person getting? np a Clnb of Ten nndremitting $10 00, will be entitled to one «opy vratis. HPJT Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the aame time, and be strictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters a verywhere are au thorised Agen.a for this paper. IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Executed in a superior manner, and on thethis shortest...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 2 July 1859

f, TOirsi^NTTNt'L. plriftmixii ny iTTi.i:rir.i.i & 1 Konyo 1 LoonWi ?w3&n V- wS O N vztf WINK, MIXX,. JUNK 23, 13597 WTTLH'AtA bbLvrix. SnT, e.DTFOR". J??" N I 5 The counties vrl.R 5e (jntltlod in^ ropresc'atatio'n: nj]6p»nCo., S a 1 W 3 5 9 appointing live dolegateg to the Democratic r, ^r- Pcrivcn, V5 Dewrhorn Struct,Chicago, is authorized to rueeivc adVcr tttymionts »«r tuis paper. 1 osfStAsTKita. everywhere, are our authorized Asroiiu, ap mailed till th yncfiis remitted. »uoscrip 1 E 31 O 3 A A GOVBRNOli A I 1KVTF.NA«T OOVKTtWuK, A SKCVP.TAUY OK fTA'fK, A STATE TUEASUI1KK, AN ATTOVNTY GEM 1:.\I., TWO }IhlIRi:us OK GON( «ES», And such ..th' ..rikers ..-, the Con-«nti. may deem cxpbdfcnt. I 'P teasy. 1 ilk Tgiitc Dele' Crow Winjr Co. C.iss. •. Wmthlngton Go Kumney DiikoU, nice Goodhue. Soott. Olmsted, Fillmore. Houston, 'Winona, Wabasha w, Mowor. Dodge, rroeb-'tii. Faribault, St-ele. Wasoea, Uliie Earth, Lo i!ior, 11 Pembina, Pin?, Slierbourne Anoka, SIftnomin, L. Sttrieri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 2 July 1859

tTE-$ E^TT ram.: Fi-iu BlJfOfS^Ss, M1XN„ JUNK 2o, 195». rrrv yfWLH'AU CfrUVtLL, ft., E DIT O R. JST AOKXTH.—\ IT. t'crivcn, 6!) Dearhn ,- S A E O N E N I O N IUf- *an'1 we of nominating the followju A GoVKHKOU. A 11K17TF.NA*T OOVfiKMull, A »ECVKTA!IY OF STATK, A 8TATK THEASU)1CB, AN ATTOUNKV OEN1R.M,, TWO SIKltm.KS U* CONiillESn, A suol ot!w k-ur» a..- he Co may deem expedient. Tho caunliojj win p"o cntl:Ied. to ing roprbse^nitrolr: pMcfgiitc*. Washington **llkntil, Kkc, Goodhue. Scott. Olmsted, Fillmore. Houston, Winona, WahashiVw. Mower, T)od«e, Froobern. Furlbuitlt, Sft'le. WTabbca, I.lue Earth, Lo yufrr, St- ritn1' Mu-V Pro,.orly .-«nti--n the In this we have a reason for the- umversa1 .. .. fc"°*-IW'MM^^ Delejiitc.-j Crow Winjt Co, CabS. Pembina, Pin? fhcrboiirne. Anoka Mfinomln. TJ. ?nporior, Mbollof. liro m. Sibley. Rehv'illo, McLcdd Carver, Wright Benton, Stearns, Morrison, 1 1 n-tmer-in Co., West ofthe Mississippi, 6 De'. through caucuses and conventions. Thev Counties not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 2 July 1859

I MIStCQljLANKOUS. REMEMBER THE PLACE TO MVY GOODS AT THIS MAIN STREET BRICK STORE! or— S B. FOOT. (SUCCBMOB TO FOOT SWI.NET,) Who it now receiving bit spring and summe atoekof BOOTS AND SHOES, LEATHER AXD SHOE ENDINGS, READY HADE CLOTHING, GENTS' PCBNISHINU GOODS, Cips, Straw Good*, Trunk*, Carpet Bag*, Vallce*, Yankee Notions, Jewelry, &c Pure Wine*, Liquor*, Clean, and flue Groceries, Toirether with a large variety of other goods, which h* otters to the A S A fi S of Goodhue am.', adjoining? conntiea, at prices never before equaled in this market. Thank ful for past favors, he hope* to m.-et a contin uance of the anme. S. B. FOOT. THE cheapest place to buy Gaiters, KM Hoots Slipper*, buskins, Tie*, ot Children*' Shoes of any description, is FOOT'S. T^OU Skirt*." Sfcirt KcedsTThread, Needles! -l Pins, Combs, Perfumery, Fancy Goo !s, Parne ITna, Ac, go to FOOT'S. 1'HEo spring style* in Clothing, Shir7s~llo hiery. Cellars, Gloves, Hut* and Cap*, arc all to be found at FOOT'S PlI...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 2 July 1859

MISCELLANEOUS. REMEMBER THE PLACE TO 1HTT GOODS I I AT THE MAIN 8TREET BRICK STORE1 S B, FOOT. (SUCCUMB TO FOOT SWKXBT.) Who is now receiving bis spring Mid summe •took of BOOTS AND SHOES, LEATHEB AND SHOE FXDING8, BEADY MADE CLOTHING, GENTS* FVBNISH1XG GOOD3, flats, C»ps, Straw Good*, Trunks, Carpet Bag*, Vsllee*, Yankee Notions, Jewelry, &c Pnr« Wlnoa, Liquors, Citrnrs, and fine Groceries, Together with a larjre variety of other goods, which hi otters to the A S A E S of Goodhue and adiointne counties, at prices Beyer before equaled in this market. Thank fa', for past favors, he hopes to un-et a contin uance of the same. 8. B. FOOT. THE cheapest place to buy Gaiters, KU Hoots. ... Slippers, buskins, Ties, 01 Childrens' Shoes of description, is at FOOT'S. Ij^ORPin*any Skirts. Skirt Weeds. Thread, Needles] Combs, Perfumery, Fancy (4oo '•», Cameo 11ns, A go to FOOT'S. 1'IIE spring style* in ClotTiTng, ShiTFsTlio" Mery. Cellars, Gloves, Hut* and Cap*, arc all be found at FOOT'S 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. — 2 July 1859

TO ALFRED Tr.NNYMON. Thi-ri''» little troll just ooscd from youi quill, A hsltinjr, wild, spasmodic display Ground, no doubt, from rhyme-making mill: Alfred, why yon write this way Don't! dont! Tennyson don't. You will really oblige us.mr.iryon wont! Tennyson, Tennyson, Tennyson, dont! Be not deaf to the voice that warns Yours are but Maud-Mo lines indeed Rather figs of thistles and grapes of thorns, Thau laurel spring from a roadside weed, Don't! dont! Tennyson, don't! You'll really oblige us, sir, if you wont! Tennyson, Tennyson. Tenuyson don't! Lit such twaddle, forever go Nwig at your butt of Malmsey wine Belter a jolly good dronh or so. Than lyrics drawn so deuced fine. Don't! don't! Tennyson don't! You'll really oblige us, sir, if you don't! Tennyson, Tennyson, lennyson, don't! flnld! until you've summat to say Hold, my boy, in the name of the Queen, Or somebody else should take the butt"— The Malmsey butt, of courre, 1 mean. Don't! dont! Tennyson don't! You'll really oblige u...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 July 1859

I.KI**--**-'''**-*s*^*4*m»«aw^ O S S S THE SENTINEL 13 ttJBLISIIED EV2KY SATURDAY, AT. -%||JD WllflJ. MINNESOTA, BY I E I E A A I N N I S Aa Iniependaat Democratic Journal DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS AND EIGHTS OP THE MASSES. As a Political Journal it will try all meas ure* and men by the standard ot Democratic principled, anJ wiil submit to no tost but that of Democratic troth. CONTENTS: The Sentinel will contain Congressional and Legislative—Foreign and Domestic-Hi ver and Commercitti News—Literary Mutter Tales -Hiographicul a Historical Sketches, A A Ac. Ac. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: (StTletljr a Adrmic* One Copy, 1 year $ 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 8 Ten 4 15 00 I3P* Any person getting np a Club of Ten mnd retaining $1S 00, will bo entitled to oneience copy eratia. a Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the aamo time, and be strictly in advance. AOEST9.—Postmasters everywhere are an thorlied Agon a for this papur. IN ALL ITS VA3IOU3 BRANCHES, Executed in a superior manner, a shor...

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 July 1859

rBosntcrut. .Z__ HP Villi i*Jf i: Ti.ti-a.^A SENTINE 13 fOBLISIIED KVfcltr SATURDAY, WflftJ. IBTINNKSOTA, a* I E I E A A I N N I S As IndepensTeaH Daoaocratlc Journal DEVOTKD TO THZ INTERESTS AND RIGHTS OP 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 teat bat that of Democratio truth. I O N E N S The S**tUil will contain Congressional and Legislativa—Foreign and Domestic--River and Commercial Mews—Literary Mutter- Tales -Biographical a Historical Sketches, A A Ac. Ac. TEEMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: (Stttttljr la Adrtic* One Copy, 1 year $ S 00 Six Copies, 1 year-- 8 Ton 15 00 t^ Any person getting a Clnh of Ten •ad remittiug $19 00, uill bo entitled to one copy gratis, p8T* Subscriptions to Clubs must all com mence at the same time, aud he strictly in advance. AOENTS.—Postmasters everywhere are au thorise* Agen a for this paper. IN ALU ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Executed in a superior manner, mid on the short...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 July 1859

THE SENTINEL. IED WWQ, MINN.. JULY 1«, is.-.a. prloe ... romittcd. O A I STATE CONVENTION. nomerntlc State Convention will be W nt! po.- of nominating"*'•• •T ••5 •ti "8 5 •4 •1 Dodgo, Kroobarn, Khribnult, Ftaelo, Waseca, BVie Earth, La Sner, il nncpin C-v CO'T will Ve 1 (J rl)olC! _. :. with us. LTA ~C QtvTTLJ TITTE TO AOKSTS C. H. driven. Dcnrhorn ".»ieiur id authorized to receive aJvcr mentr tor this paper. Vo.viitA3T8B8. everyrht*re. are onr authorised ».,»,» ,i •„, .1 L. .\cents. No papor mailed till tho subscription! to evl a the City of St. Paul, in the Senate Chamber of in the case of lha Obcrlin rioters, in which UmCnoitol, on WEDNESDAY.tho 17th dar afl.i A a 8 it a W W 5 the followini otKcors eovmwoK, 1 a A I lEl'TENAST (lOVi'MrtR, A 8K0«tTA,IY Oi STATE, A MTATE TRKA8VUCR, AN ATTOBSEY OEM RAT., TWO MI.M1 118 OK COOHEJ"I, And st'Ch other officers as tho Convent!.m 1 1 mny deem oxpodient. probacy bring about a Democratic triumph 'fhe counties will bo entitled to the follow- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 July 1859

1 I »S N I N E !le ML1^iten BT :TT£EFI&£EI MIUHN ID V.UCJ. MINN.. JULY 1«, 1839. WIL C7al4^"^Vi"rr,'*7B7rED|"T'b'Br. SSF^AOKNTS. C. H. "crivon, 63 Dearborn ^atoagn ia1 authorized to recotvo »Jvcr t'samcnts »of thin paper. ..o-iiiA^TEns. everywhere areourinfthorlaedi.,. Agents, N.» j.ap6r mailed till thu cabacriptioTv price *.» remitted. E O STATU CONVENTION A lem?in?i the Citv of St po.vo of nominating the following officers Jl mnopin Cc Bolle Creek, I Belvklere, Centra! Point. 2 herry Orove. 1 Cannon Fulls. 4 Fcath e: ML 1 Florence, 2 Tlolden I llnv Creek Ken.on 1 L.'.on 1 Lillian 1 Milton 1 Pir.. Tihind 2 liod Wlng'0 Rwc-ie 1 Vaia 3 iVarsaw 1 Wa«ott*-n I Wanamtnt'O 1 Zumbtota:!. JOSHUA C. PIFUCE. *i Th1? wisdom andjustness, of the old time heuored Democratic principle of hon-inter ferenci becdhVes now beautifully clear. Sup-by jos'ng thw« was no difference between par »'.e-i i:t regard to the right of C»ngreas to leg islates Air the territories, all admitting that dr.clriue to...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 July 1859

MU» W1N« GHVBCBES. xruoor AL. Cum Cnenon—on Mam, (UtwNn Bosh A nuHNMI Services at 10H A. M. and 1 T.U. Bee. B. 8. Wells. Pastor. I A N Freer PaaaaTYasiaw—on 8txth street, the CourtHou«e). Sorvl ceat A. M.,a 1P.M Bev.J.W. Hancock, Pastor. MITHODliT. Gsanan a to a of Broadway A Fourth it Service at 10)* A. M., and P.M. Bov.HoarjKolho.PaMw. LUTHSBAN. Swans LcvaaaA* Caeaoa—oa Fifth street. Services at 10)4* A. M.. end P. M. Preaching every Wednesday evening at o'clock. Bev Boron, Pastor. W I N POS O I aeeas or BT or Oa Saaaaye, from to 10 A. M. Oa wook dayt, from A. M. to P. M. aovaa or aaairaa AMO »araa*«aa, vara o» OtOOfNO MAIU. Bad Wiag to La Crosse, Wleconsin—' eaves daily, (BOW.) at »H o'clock P. M. Arrives six timoa a wook at 8 o'clock A. M. Tko groat Baatora and 8outherr ma'ls aro carried oa this ronto. Mail cloaca at P. M. Bod Wing and 8t. Paol.—Leaves daily on tko arrival of tko Baatora stages at 8X o'clock A. Maila close at 9 o'clock tko previous even* Ing. Bod wing to Cannon ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 July 1859

Ill a CLIMBING AJ&EAZm PULE. Edward Everett's last paper in the Ledger, is entitled "In Paris in 1818," and contains a description of the cele bration of the birthday of St. Louis.— Of thcMattfl de Cocagne he says: What most attracted me was theopen Mats do Cocagne, which I had never seen before and with which I was greatly amused. A Mat de Cocagne is a good sized mast, such as might suit a small top-sail schooner, erected in the ground, its surface smeared with soap and grease, and on its top a boxzled, containing silver forks, watches and cheap iewelry, destined as a prise to reward the successful climber.. Ho one person can hold out long enough to attain the object which can only be accomplished by several clubbing together. Those whojiindertake it be gin by wiping off the lubricating sub stances with wisps of straw, as high up as they can reach, and this done they arc ihen allowed to throw sand on the mast to render it less' slippery. This preparation enables one person to c...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 July 1859

CLIMBING A AjJM&ASEJ) PULE. Edward Everett's last paper in the Ledger, is entitled "In Paris in 1818," and contains a description of the cele bration of the birthday of St. Louis.— Of thcMatts de Cocagne hn nays: What most attracted me was theopen Mats de Cocagne, which I had never neon before and with which I was greatly amused. A Mat de Cocagne is a good sized must, such as might suit a small top-sail schooner, erected in the ground, its surface smeared with soap and grease, and on its top a boxzied, containing silver forks, watches and cheap iewclry, destined as a prize to reward the successful climber.. No one person can hold out long enough to attain the object which can only be accomplished by several clubbing together. Those whojnndertake it be gin by wiping off the lubricating sub stances with wisps of straw, as high up as they.can: reach, and this done they are then allowed to throw sand on the mast to render it less slippery. Tins preparation enables one person to clim...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 16 July 1859

Edward Everett's last paper iu the Ledger, is entitled «*Ht Pari fa 1818^hie aid contains a description ef the cele bration of the birthday of St. Louis.— Of the Matte de Coeagne he says: What most attracted mc was the Mats do Cocagney wbieh I had never seen before and with whieh I was greatly atnnsed. A Mat de Coeagne is a good sized mast, such as might suit a small topsail schooner, erected in the ground, its surface smeared with soap and grease, and on its top a box containing silver forks, watches and cheapjewelry, destined as a prise to reward the successful climber.. Ho one person can hold out long enough to attain the object which can only be accomplished by several clubbing together. Those whoinndertake it be gin by wiping off the lubricating sub stances with wisps of straw, as high up as they can reach, and this done they, are then allowed to throw sand on the mast to render it less' slippery. This preparation enables one personlean, to climb to a certain heigth wiping and ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red Wing sentinel. — 23 July 1859

O S E S TH E SE_f_IN_L 13 l'UBLISHED EVEKT SATURDAY, AT RED WING, MINNESOTA, ST I E I E A O I N N I S a Joaraal Independent Democratic DEVOTED THE INTERESTS AND EIOHTS TO 07 THE MASSES. As Political Jonrnal it will try ell menu ures and man by the standard or Democratic principle*, and will submit to no test but that of Democratic truth. CONTENTS: The SnUifl will contain Congressional and legislative—Foreign and Domestic—Blver and Cora nsroi.l Newe—Literary Matter- Tales-Biographical and Historical Sketches, ere., Ac, etc. Ac. TXBMS OT SUBSCRIPTION'. (StltMl/ A4VMM.) One Copy, 1 year 2 00 Six Copies, 1 year 8 00 Tea A 15 00 ptf Any person getting np a Club of Ten and remitting $16 00, elil be entitled to one copy gratis. HF" Subscriptions to Clubs must all com* menoe at the same time, and be atrictly in advance. AGENTS.—Postmasters' everywhere are an thorizsd Agen for this papsr. _$_•__ _hl^ 191 _,$___* IN ALL ITS VARIOUS BRANCHES, Executed in a superior manner, and on the •hurtest ...

Publication Title: Red Wing Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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