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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 October 1873

_/*• -am •«a«"SW^"iiiS '^S VOL I. Farmers, Mechanics and Laborers of Minnesota, to the front! Advance is the universal order of the hour, and the firm, determined tramp, tramp, tramp of the toiling masses, who have hitherto lagged, in the rear, is heard all over the world in the great onward march. Shall the 75,000 farmers, me chanics and laborers* of Minnesota fail to obey the order, or obeying in part still fail to take their stand in the very front ranks There is no place on the world's mighty battle field where the hosts of the Monopolists are attacking the people with greater zeal, determin ation and ferocity than in our ownder State. There is no place on the mighty line where it is more important that the enemy Bhould be repulsed, crushed and routed, foot and dragoon, than right where we stand. Are we ready for the work The GRANGE ADVANCE will always be just what its name indicates. It will ever be found with the advance guard and at the head of the column. From its pages no u...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 October 1873

1 'i 1.1 I I 1 1 ..' K\ •i. •t 3cr Farmers, Mechanics and Laborers of Minnesota, to the front! Advance! is the universal order of the hour, and tbe firm, determined tramp, tramp, tramp of the toiling masses, who have hitherto laggedun the rear, is heard all over the world in the great onward march. Shaii the 75,000 farmers, me^ chanics and laborers of Minnesota fail to' obey the order, or obeying in part still fail to take their stand in the very front ranks There is no place on the world's mighty battle field where the hosts of the Monopolists are attacking the people with greater zeal, determin ation and ferocity than in our ownder State. There is no place on the mighty line where it is mote important that the enemy 'should be repulsed, crushed, and routed, foot and dragoon, than right where we stand. Are we ready for the work The GRANGE ADVANCE will always be just what its name indicates. It will ever be found with the advance guard and at the head of the column. From its pages n...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 October 1873

THE GRANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15, 1873. OUR FAIRS. The season of fairs has come and gone. The fairs have been held and are with the past. Some have been well attended, at oth ers the attendance has been very small some have had a good display while one of our richest agricultural counties had not much over a dozen articles on their grounds. Some profit has been derived from each and all these fairs. The idea of offering a premium for the best of each kind of products, and then bringing together the farmers of the whole county to examine these best products and to compare notes is a good idea. It has a tendency to stimu late to efforts for higher excellence in pro duction. Then it is a sort of object teach ing, a kinA of teaching by which all may be interested and all may learn. Yet it is to be doubted whether one-tenth of the profit, interest or pleasure has been gotten out of these fairs that is possible and oughl to be realized. It is very evident that the interest is flaggi...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 October 1873

4L COESESPOinJEirCE. WINONA, Minn., Oct. 13th, 1873. Editor Advance Everything here moves along in the even tenor of its w»y no discordant notes grate upon the ear not a ripple to mar the smooth current of our city's prosperity. Building is being rushed lively just at this time. Several fine brick blocks are in course of construction in our business cen tre, and any amount of frame buildings in different parts of the city. The general health is good no calls for Doctors. We have had several fire alarms witbin the last three weeks, engines promptly on hand and the boys ready for business. Only three buildings were consumed, how ever, one a stable occupied by D. George, aad another stable bard by also a dwell ing, and saloonattached to the beer garden in the South part of the town. Our barbers hare lately had a war, a relentless war! S. R. Knowles, (a Du buque barber.) coming out ahead. He has lately come here and is the best workman in the northwest. The other barbers, (with one exce...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 October 1873

r-mi! HI,.1 •u W W i»iiji ywy jji^itui yiWL.-rw.,.n..jLu .IIIIIHJHH, JIJ WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15, 1873. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Subscribers $2 per year. Grange club* of ten or more $1.50. Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. All money should be sentry Draft or Post Office Order to THE GRANGE ADVANCE, Red Wing, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. LET OUR FRIENDS REMEMBER, that if they expect another number of The Grange Ad vance they must send in their subscriptions. We can no more give away the paper than the farmer can giveaway his wheat. Semi in your subscription at once, and thus se cure the paper on the very start. THE GRANGE ADVANCE solicits correspon dence from all parts of the State upon ag ricultural topics and matters of interest to the Granges. It proposes to be a medium through which the Granges and the farmers generally, may avail themselves of each other's experience. Any man who expects to succeed in this age must aid his own ex perience by that o...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 October 1873

1 r..:k *m THE GRANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15, 1873. TERMS OF SUBSCBIPTIOSi. Single Subscribers $2 per year. Orange club* of ten or more $1.50. Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. All money should be sent jby Draft or Post Office Order to THE ORANGE ADVANCE, Red Wing, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. LET OUR FRIENDS REMEMBER, that if they expect another number of The Grange Ad vance they must send in their subscriptions. We can no more give away the paper than the farmer can giveaway his wheat. Send in your subscription at once, and thus se cure the paper on the very start. THE GRANGE ADVANCE solicits correspon dence from all parts of the State upon ag ricultural topics and matters of interest to the Granges. It proposes to be a medium through which the Granges and the farmers generally, may avail themselves of each other's experience. Any man who expects to succeed in this age must aid his own ex perience by that of others engaged in the same trade or c...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 October 1873

Jfa^v'-rtwmwwmW^ Railroads and Popular Rights. From the N. Y. Tribune. fel We shall not be surprised if the great railway crash of 1873 do more toward the solution of the problem of cheap freights than all the eloquence of the orators of the Grangers. It has fur-great nished a remarkable illustration of the system upon which roads are built now a-days, and shows very clearly who pays for them. Take theNorthern Pacific Road for example. This concern was empowered to issue a share capital of $100,000,000, but of this amount only $2,000,000 was required to be sub scribed in advance, and only $200,000 to be paid in. Although further calls might be made upon the stockholders should necessity require, it is tolerably certain.that they never expected to pay for a tenth part of the road out of their own pockets, or to do anything more in feet than advance the preliminary out lay for surveys, for legislation, and the other operations of floating their scheme. This was a slender provision, it...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 October 1873

LATE NEWS ITEMS. The National Trust Company has re sumed business. —They are trying Stokes for thepear third or fourth time in New York. —Patrons hold your wheat. The foreign demand was never greater, and the prospect for a good price is the very best. —Somebody has tried to garnishee old Pom's 7,000 bribery money. Some of his creditors are anxious to find out to whom it belongs. —Injunctions have been removed from the sale of stocks, but there are, instead of reaching their old prices, constant declines and reactions. —Specie is being shipped in large quantities from Europe to this country, and the resumption of specie payment is being discussed by those in authority. —The iron workers in Philadelphia resist a reduction in their wages, and are standing out manfully for their rights. Subscriptions have been taken to aid them. —Henry H. Boody has been charged with pocketing the neat little sum of $245,000 which he had, as Treasurer of the Rockford, Rock Island and St. Louis Railroad ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 October 1873

LATE NEWS ITEMS. The National Trust Company has re sumed business. —They are trying Stokes for the third or fourth time in New York. —Patrons hold your wheat. The foreign demand was never greater, and the prospect for a good price is the very best. —Somebody has tried to garnishee old Pom's 7.000 bribery money. Some of his creditors are anxious to find out to whom it belongs. —Injunctions have been removed from the sale of stocks, but there are, instead of reaching their old prices. constant declines and reactions. —Specie is being shipped in large quantities from Europe to this country, and the resumption of specie payment is being discussed by those in authority. —The iron workers in Philadelphia resist a reduction in their wages, and are standing out manfully for their rights. Subscriptions have been taken to aid them. —Henry H. Boody has been charged with pocketing the neat little sum of $245,000 which he had, as Treasurer of the Rockford, Rock Island and St. Louis Railroad Co. ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 October 1873

FAMILY CIRCLE. STYLES OF GREETING. 11 How do you do That's English and American. How do you carry yourself?" That's French. "Howdo you stand?" That's Italian. il How do you find yourself V' That's German "How do you fare?" That's Dutch. How can you That's Swedish. How do you perspire That's Egyp tian. How is your stomach Have you eaten your rice That's Chinese. How do you hare yourself?" That's Polish. How do you live on That's Russian. May thy shadow never be less That's Persian—and all mean much the same thins FLOWERS. Botanists term a bright, blue-eyed flower "Forget-me-not," but every heart has its own "Forget-me-not." To the cold, weary-hearted statesman, who has climbed fame's dizzy height, the simple white rose recalls the bush that grew by his father's door, and his heart feels the old thrill as he remem bers the buds that he culled and fastened in Jessie's curls. Some of the greatest minds of earth have felt the influence of these memory keys. Napoleon often spoke tenderly ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 October 1873

From the Goodhue County Republican, GOODHUE COUNTY FAIR. A FAIR REPORT OF A FAIR. Any attempt at a description of the articles on exhibition at the Goodhue County Fair would be nothing more than a burlesque. We therefore start out with the assertion that, on the whole, the fair was a total failure. Now let us ask why was it a failure Better weather could never have been hoped for than was had the second day. Due notice of the fair was given in the papers. Goodhue county is capable of making as good an exhibition as any county in the State, and WHY WAS IT A FAILURE The reason we think is, that the peo ple, and especially the farmers, seem to have a lack of interest. They do not re alize that each must make an individual exertion in order to make the fair a suc cess. Each must not rely upon his neighbor to take something of interest, but must endeavor to exhibit some arti cle that will add to the interest of the fair, even should the premium received but partially repay him for his tr...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 October 1873

Any attempt at a description of the articles on exhibition at the Goodhue County Fair would be nothing more than a burlesque. We therefore start out with the assertion that, on the whole, the fair was a total failure. Now let us ask why was it a failure? Better weather could never have been hoped for than was had the second day. Due notice of the fair was given in the papers. Goodhue county is capable of making as good an exhibition as any county in the State, and WHY WAS IT A FAILURE The reason we think is, that the peo ple, and especially the farmers, seem to have a lack of interest. They do not re alize that each must make an individual exertion in order to make the fair a suc cess. Each must not rely upon his neighbor to take something of interest, but must endeavor to exhibit some arti cle that will add to the interest of the iair, even should the premium received but partially repay him for his trouble. The farmers seem to have an erroneous idea of what should constitute a fai...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 October 1873

TIE OLD FARMER BROWN. From the harvest field, old farmer Brown came home with a look of care lie threw his hat on the floor, and sat down in his old gplint bottomed chair He wiped the sweat from hig dripping brow, and pulled out his old jack-knife He whittled away to himselfawhile, and called to his little wife. From her quaint and tidy kitchen, she came through the open door, With her sleeves pinned up to her shoulders and her skirt pinned up before. She looked as faded, wrinkled, and worn as the folds of her gingham gown, When she saw the haggard and hopeless look on the face of Farmer Brown. Then down in her rocking-chair she sank, in a sort of ahelplessway, Nor spoke one word, but listened and looked to hear what he might say. "Hannah, I'm sick a livin* here, an' a-workin* from spring to fall A-raisin' taters an' corn to sell, that don't bring noth ic' at all. Here we have worked together, for forty years, lik« a pair of slaves, An' that old mortgage ain't lifted yet that I owe ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 October 1873

•JK AN I i'iiMU.i|IM.ulp,.w. 1THS /^OiV^ CARRIER. INCIDENT FROM LIFE AMONG THE COMMON PEOPLE. By AUGUST BLANCHE ranslated from the Swedish for The Grange Advance by W r. CHAPTER I. BLUE CLOTH. Two young men 'walked, not many years ago, together along the City yard," the levee of Stockholm. It was in the mouth of January, and the win ter hcaveu, with its many clear stars, tfculted over the sea, whose waves fought with the bitter cold. There and there lay a tew unrigged ships, but it was lonely and dismal nearly all over the vast harbor, where, on other times of the year, a busy mercantile life offers many changing scenes to him who is not too much occupied with the trouble some cares of every-day-life and has op portunity to see and consider what is going on under his eyes. Both of the young men seemed, judging from their apparel, to belong to the laboring class. One of them wore a coarse coat, over which he had a leathern apron, that surely had tried the sparks from more than one bl...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 October 1873

I •I- THE IRON CARRIER. •AM INCIDENT FROM LIFE AMONG THE COMMON PEOPLE. By AUGUST BLANCHE. ranslated from the Swedish forTheOrange Advance by W r. CHAPTER I. BLUE CLOTH. Two young men 'walked, not many! years ago, together along the City yard/' the levee of Stockholm. Ik was in the month of Janrjary, and the win ter heaveu, with its many clear stars, suited over the sea, whose waves fought with the bitter cold, There and there lay a few unrigged ships, but it was lonely and dismal nearly all over the vast harbor, where, on other times of the year a busy mercantile life offers many changing scenes to him who is not too much occupied with the trouble some cares of every-day life and has op portunity to see and consider what is going on under his eyes. Both of the young men seemed, judging from their apparel, to belong to the laboring class. One of them wore a coarse coat, over which he had a leathern apron, that surely had tried the sparks from more than one blacksmith-forge, and a pa...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 October 1873

&* tg^'^jyvsyw,Tt'*»*! REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION.— We make some extracts from the report of the Board of Education submitted to the annual school meeting by Mr. Her bert, the clerk. There were taught during the school year beginning on the 2d of September, 1872, and ending June 6, 1873, sixteen schools. The statement of current funds is: DR. .$3,078 &3 2,940 05 3,983 54 110 60 105 34 To amount in treasury at close of year.. received from State school fund tax for schools.... insurance refunded amount received for tuition Total 12,166 26 CB. By amount paid teachers and Supt $9,518 78 for seats and furniture 175 02 insurance 350 00 improvements & repairs 77 11 fuel and supplins 785 74 apparatus and maps... 138 90 janitor's fees 482 25 incidental expenses, printing, &c.... 215 78 amount in treasury 422 68 Total 12,166 26 Of school apparatus the Board of Edu cation have placed in the schools during the year 1 box of Webb's reading cards for the lower and alphabet ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 October 1873

TEE GRANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 1873. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Subscribers $2 per year. Grange clubs often or more $1.50. Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. All money Should be sent by Draft or Post Office Order to THB GRANGI ADVANCE, Bed Wing, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. EDITORIAL NOTES. —The monarchial party in France to save time have their slate all filled out. for their next cabinet in case the French crown is thrust upon Count Chambord at the opening of the National Assembly. They will all accept. Thiers, however, has a little sponge with which to wipe out their fine figures. He is to publicly advocate the prolongation the term of President, McMahon, and draw off the support of the left center from the Monarchists, thus letting the gas out of their monarchial balloon. There is many a slip'twixt the cup and the lip," will probably be adopted by the Count as his maxim if Thiers' succeed. —Gen. Moriones succeeded in killing more Carlist...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 October 1873

MEETING OF THE GOODHUE COUNTY COUNCIL, P. OFK, OC TOBER 17,1873. The Council met in regular session in Burnside township. President Fountain iu the chair. The President being afflicted with hoarse ness from a bad cold, called Bro. H. Bruce, ofthe Floral Grange, to his aid. The Secretary being absent, B. B. Herbert was chosen Secretary pro tern. Bro.'s Wm. Featherstone and Leland Jones appointed committee on credentials. The follow ing delegates elect were present and took part in the proceedings: Vasa Grange, Frank Cbarlson, C. J. Johnson, C. A. Anderson Floral Grange,W. Rodman, H. Bruce Belvidere Grange, J. J. Thomas, L. L. Gaylord, Henry Malon Red Wing, Grange, B. B. Herbert Featherstone Grange, Samuel Richardson, H. E. Perkins, B. G. Kenny Iiurnside Grange, Brothers L. Jones and J. E. Simmons, Sisters T. J. Leason and A. Howe, jun. Hay Creek Grange, D.^ Dewey, D. Sanders, C. Lute Farmers Guild Grange, Brothers Rice and Tether and Sister Tether officers and committee of farmer mee...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 October 1873

HI I mmmismm^mmmmmmmmtiimmm THE WHOLE GROUND GONE OVER. AN ADDRESS DELIVERED AT A PICNIC, HELD BY THE WELCH GRANGE P. OF H., OP GOODHUE COUNTY, JULY 2ND, 1873, BY B. B. HERBERT. Friends :—We are gathered here to-day, in this grove, in this temple built by the great Architect of the Universe—and how wonderfully builded. The little acorn was borne hither by flood and tide, and dropped into the ground, it sprung up, became a tree, bore fruit, which was given back to the earth, the earth re ceived it, imparted to it warmth and moist ure, until the little germs were reached, the shells broke, the little rootlets reached out for their food, the little plants broke from the earth, sent forth their leaves, which drank in from the winds coning to them from over the moun tains and valleys, the hills and the prairies, the gasses necessary for them. The seasons came and went, the leaves were seared by the frosts and fell, but new leaves came, the years rolled on and the trees grew, and to-day w...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 October 1873

a iwHiBiu ''iwWjJffirjipTijr^^ Tffl? WHOLE GROUND GONE OVER. AN ADDRESS DELIVERED AT A PICNIC, HELD BY THE WELCH GRANGE P. or H., OF GOODHUE COUNTY, JULY 2ND, 1873, BY B. B. HERBERT. Frienda:—We are gathered here The seasons came and went, the leaves were seared by the frosts and fell, but new leaves came, the years rolled on and the trees grew, and to-day we sport and rejoice intheir shade. How like the growth of this grove has been the growth of this nation. Over two and a half centuries ago a little colony were borne across the ocean to our Eastern coast. God had implanted in their hearts the germs of liberty and a free government. The little colony took deep root in the free soil of America. The first generation passed away, others came. The colony be came a nation, the nation grew, until to day overa thousand miles away, we, citizens •f this same nation, gather from a hun. dred free and happy homes in this same free land, with our hearts beating with the same love of liberty as...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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