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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 17 December 1873

TEE GHANGE ADVAJSTCE WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17, 1873 TERMS 4&F SUBSCRIPTION. Siagle Subscribers %i per year. Orange clubs often or more $1.50. Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. All money should be sent by Draft or Post Office Order to THE GRANUB ADVANCE, Red Wing, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. Advertisin Rates ON ADVERTISING PAGES. 1 column 1 year, $100,1 month, $15. v% 72, io. VA 48, 7. 35. 1-16" 21, 3. IN ADVERTISING COLUMNS OF PAGES DEVOTED TO READING MATTER. 1 column 1 year $120,1 month, $20 84, 15 f4 00, 10. 42, 7- 1-16 25, 4" Special notices in editorial columns. 25 cents per line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements for a month or less, and invariably in advance unless special arrangements are made. EDITOR [JO, NOTES. Matt Carpenter, the heavy-weight cham pion, and defender of the Back Pay Steal and Salary-Grab xlct, was elected Presi dent, pro tern.,'of the Senate, the other day. How much longer will the U. S. Senate dare to defy and insul...

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. — 17 December 1873

ITEMS TOR PATRMTS. OFFICERS OF THE STATE ORANGE OF MINNESOTA P. OF H. Muter, George I. Parsons, Winona. Lecturer, John A. Jackson, Lake City. OTeroeer, George C. Chamberlain, Northfield. Steward, A. J. Murphy, Lake Crystal. Asst. Steward, Wm. £. Lee,Rice Lake, Douglas Co. Chaplain, I. C. Stearns, Zumbrota. Treasurer, Lorenzo Hoyt, Saint Paul. Gate Keeper, J. T. Price, Eyota. Ceres Sister Sophia Parson *. Flora C. Chamberlain. Pomona R.C.Jackson. Lady Steward Mary E. Lee. DEPUTIES APPOINTED. friie following named persons have been appointed Deputies to organize granges underjirticle la of the Constitution of the State Grange, adopted February 20th, 1873. Faribault county, S. F. Wilkbow, Winnebago City. Waseca, Hon. P. Woodruff, Blooming Grove. Nicollet, J. H. Dunham, Nicollet. Olmsted, M. C. Fuller, Rochester. Fillmore, 0. E. Rundell, Fairview Or.' LeSueur, A. B. Swayne, Elysian. Cottonwood, J. W. Benjamin, Windom. Dodge, Wm. E. Lee,Rice Lake. Mower, F. A. Elder, Spring Valley. Marti...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 17 December 1873

When I was Toons OB, WHAT TH» OLD WOMAN SAID tO HEK DAUGHTER. One Summer eve I chanced to pass near by the cot tage gate An aged woman in the sun sat talking to her mate, The frost of age was on her brow, its diuaneBS in her eye, And her bent figure to and fro rocked all uncon sciously The frost of age was on her brow, yet garrulous her tongue, As she compared the doings now, with those when she was young. When I was young, young gals were meek, and looked round kind of shy, And when they were compelled to speak, they did so modestly: They stayed at home and did the work, made Indian bread and wheaten, And only went to singing school, and sometimes to night meeting. The children were obedient then, they had no saucy airs, But minded what their mothers said, and learned to say their prayers. But nowadays they know enough, before they know their letters And young ones that can hardly speak will contra dict their betters. Young women now go flirting round and looking out for beaus, And...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 17 December 1873

PAMILY CIRCEE. For The Grange Advance. The Farmer. BY MBS. J. £. AKERS. Who so joyous as the farmer, When the merry spring is come, And the air is full of music, All around his rustic home Music of the noisy poultry, Bleating Iambs and lowing herds, Towser romping with the children And the twit'ring of the birds. Who so happy us.the farmer, When the summer is aglow, When all nature is in blossom, And the gentle zephers blow: Verdant fields and shady woodlands, Rustic bowers and clambering vines, All the country's charming freshness 'Round the farmer's home entwines. Who so cheery as the farmer Gathering in his ripened sheaves, When autumnal winds are sighing Softly 'mong the falling leaves All the gorgeous Indian summer Whistling aPhis daily toil. Who BO happy at his labor As the man who tills the soil Who so easy as the farmer, When the sullen north winds roar, He has not a fear that famine Will be knocking at his door: Oh the farmer's barn and cellar Have a good supply of food, or...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 17 December 1873

aw Note* from Wabasha. W A A S A DEC. 13th, 1873. This day is jnst as fine, clear, and •till as any one could wish- Sleighing good. The town wears its usual quiet appearance. Wheat 90 cts., but Kel- logg gets the lion's share. Another of our townsmen, Henry Byers, has gone the way of all flesh. He was a man of good moral character, but then oven good moral character, as required by law to be a qualification for saloon keeping, is not strong enough to save from self-destruction. There are others in town traveling the same road, and even now are being loudly called for. Their time is short without a change. How strange that all those who deal out the poisonous fluid that send so many to early graves, either fall victims themselves or the money made by such traffic proves a curse to their families, but so it is. The Riverside mills are again run- ning. The new boilers, instead of the middling's cleaner, that the ADVANCE noticed as being put in, work charming- ly. Mr. Lowth is making so...

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. — 24 December 1873

*:. VOL I. The State Grange. Address of Grand Master Parsons at the Meet ing held at Faribault, December 10, 1873. Officers and Members of the State Grange of Minneso- In pursuance of the provisions of our constitution we are assembled in annual convocation, for the purpose of deliber ating upon the interests of our Order, and devising and enacting such meas ures as may be deemed necessary to pro mote its welfare. The year just drawing to a close has been one of great prosperity to the farm ers of Minnesota. A kind and bounti ful Providence has blessed the labors of the. husbandmen with great reward. Our fields have fairly teemed with tho fruits of the earth, and our granaries are full to overflowing. Health in a degree rarely enjoyed elsewhere has been bestowed upon us. Our lines heve indeed been cast in pleasant places, and ours is a goodly land. In view of these abundant mercies it is m^et and proper that we, as an Order of Hus bandmen, should recognize the Hand from which these ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 24 December 1873

-:r-,-"—,» A Grange Feast la Steele County. BERLIN, DEC. 8th, 1873. The birthday of our order was duly Celebrated at our place of meeting by a grand feast in the evening, and a joy ful time we had. The early part ot the day was cold and stormy, buc ai even ing came the clear sky and cheerful moon invited us to go on with our du ties and pleasures. As far as invita tions were proper, the friends of mem bers were invited, and we hope our ef forts to make them comfortable and hap py were appreciated. While the oysters were being cooked and the goodies" hauled over and placed in such shape as to pleas* the eye as well as the taste, the friends were enjoying themselves in social con versation, the financial affairs of the neighborhood, our present system of trade, the subjection of monopolies, &c. Let me say how necessary it is these subjects should be discussed by the farmers and their families it tends to promote the powers of thought and throws off the temptation which leads many ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 24 December 1873

IT Farm Items. Breed your own sheep. Dressed wheat will kill a horse. Don't purchase stock at fairs and mar kets. Don't let your cattle or sheep roam at large. Mouldy hay, unless steamed, will kill horses. Charcoal is said to be an excellent fer tilizer. Animals, like men, look for their food at stated periods. East winds are said to be very hard on all kinds of stock. An English farmer lost nine horses from eating pea straw. Shelter, ventilation and air are abso lutely necessary for stock. The amount of weeds in Ireland is said to be a national disgrace. A small farmer is soon broken up if he is unfortunate with his horses. Farm machines should not be placed where fowls can get access to them. Cold water, when horses are heated, often produce flatulence and death. The price of butter and eggs is gradu ally growing higher throughout the country. No salt should be left in contact with tools of any kind, nor old salt sacks thrown over them. It is thought that agriculture must look to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 24 December 1873

jttff-'^TP •*»3»WWBiiil"Hl- E —|l iJ'%nyy"?H* ,l'PWWMKfcnti.^ '?"gy^T» ^»,g^yr"i»^l|"'{ Lr»i.'.-.^» UW"*!4.w TEE GRA3STG E ADVAKCE. WEDNESDAY DEC. 24, 1873. TERMS O SCBSCBIPTIOH. Single Subscribers $2 per year. Orange clubs often or more $1.50. Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. All money should be sent by Draft or Post Office Order to THE GBANGE ADVAXCE, Red Wing, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. A is in a ON ADVERTISING PAGES. 1 column 1 ve 4 ar' Special notices in editorial columns, centB per line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements tor a month or less, and invariably in advance unless special arrangements are made. EDITORIAL NOTES. A merry Christmas. Much news and some correspondence has been crowded out by Grange matters this week. We always publish what we consider the most important. We give an outline of the proceedings at the State Grange in the present issue. We will commence the publication of the Secretary's report of the proceedings i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 24 December 1873

Vh« Meeting or the Stale Grange. The members commenced gathering at Faribault on the afternoon and evening of Monday, and kept coming all day Tues day and Wednesday. At twelve o'clock M. Tuesday, the time appointed for meeting, there were between three and four hundred in the hall. The Master stepped to the stage and announced that the Grange would be called to order promptly at one p. at. Right here let us remark that Mr. Geo. I. Parsons the present Master of the State Grange is a man somewhat advanced in years, probably about sixty. His hair is white from age as is also his long and flow ing beard. He has a pleasant expression of countenance, and a face that shows not only intelligence but deep thought. When presiding, his face has an animated ex pression which is very pleasant. At one o'clock the Grange was opened and listened to the annual address of the Master which is published elsewhere in our columns. It was well received, as it de served to be, and was then referred to a co...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 24 December 1873

I. Water Transportation. At the convention of the Farmers' Asso ciation at Decatur, on the 16th inst., after disposing of the preliminary business, the question of through transportation by water, was taken up. Mr. Smith thought there were but two routes that could best be followed. Of these routes, the connection of Lake Erie with Lake Ontario, by the Niagara ship canal, the improvement of the Mississippi and the Illinois and Michigan canal, seem the ones that offer the speediest result, though the central water line from the mouth of the Ohio to the James, by the completion of the Kanawha canal, is no less needed, but is B, work that will require more time ami :i greater outlay of money. The building of the former would secure the quickest relief of any plan now proposed, connecting. s»s it will, the lakes by an un broken chain of navigation with the sea. Col. Blunt*." survey, in 1867, showed the route then to be entirely practicable and feas ible, at a cost of about §12,000,000. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 24 December 1873

I 1 Water Tfssspertation. At the convention of the Farmers' Asso ciation at Decatur, on the 16th inst., after disposing of the preliminary business, the question of through transportation by water, was taken up. Mr. Smith thought there were but two routes that could best be followed. Of these routes, the connection of Lake Erie with Lake Ontario, by the Niagara ship eanal, the improvement of the Mississippi and the Illinois and Michigan canal, seem the ones that offer the speediest result, though the central water line from the mouth of the Ohio to the James, by the completion of the Kanawha canal, is no less needed, but is work that will require more time and :i greater outlay of money. The building of the former would secure the quickest relit-f of any plan now proposed, connecting, as it will, the lakes by an un broken chain of navigation with the sea. Col. Blum's survey, in 1867, showed the route then to be entirely practicable and feas ible, at a cost of about $12,000,000. Taki...

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. — 24 December 1873

OTE Y0UJTG TMTBSSS. Be it known to all young Patrons, and all other readers of TH E GRANGE ADVANCE, that DANIEL N. SAUNDERS, of Hay Greek, in the County of Good- hue, and State of Minnesota, aged elev- en years on the 4th day of July last, wrote the first letter, sent to E GRANGE ADVANCE by any boy or girl. Let all our young friends read his letter, and then go and do likewise. We dare not tell the name of the boy who wrote the second letter, because he told us not to do so, and we always do as we are told about giving names. Wonder what this boy has been doing, for which the school ma'am whipped him. May be he'll tell us in his next letter Let us hear from him again. We give his letter below. The third letter was written by Su- sannah Saunders. And now. boys and girls, here are the letters in the order in which they were written HAY CREEK. Minn., Dec. 14th, '73. Dear Editor Grange Advance. You wanted to know who would be the first boy or girl to write to your pa- per, and I thought...

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. — 24 December 1873

I .. From Pierce Co. Herald. Co. Council of Patrons of Husbandry. Pursuant to call representatives of the different Granges of Patrons of Husbandry in Pierce County met at the Court House, in the village of Ells worth, on Wednesday, the 17th day of December, 1873, at one o'clock P. M., and was called to order by .\. W. Winn, Master of Ellsworth Grange No. 162. C. H. Mere, of Trenton Grange No. 163, was elected Chairman, and Wilton Kinney, of Ellsworth Grange No. 162, was chosen Secretary. On motion the Chair appointed ns a Committee on Credentials, Messrs. J. M. Bailey, J. H. Caverly and J. W. Winn. The Committee on Credentials re ported the following delegates entitled to seats in this Convention Maiden Roek Grange No. 160—Mor ris Denham, D. F. Otis, R. M. Sands, Thos. Carmichael, D. H. Moscript. Prescott Grange No. 161—A. B. Hiekok, C. W. Wright, John Mover, J. M. Bailey, J. H. Wilkinson. Elsworth Grange No. 162—J. W. Winn, Ira Williams. Willson Kinney, E. L. Davis, L. A. Kinney. ...

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. — 31 December 1873

Address before the Goodhue County Council, held at Red Wing, Dec. 26th, 1813, by £. .1. Hodgson. Ladies ami gentlemen of the Goodhue County Council: irou have assembled here to-day to delib erate and act upon matters of very great importance—not only to yourselves, but also to those whom you here represent, and who have entrusted their interests in your hands. In all ages of the world of which history takes note, men have been in the habit of meeting in council to consider and deliber ate upon the great questions of the day. The Wittegamote, the Parliament, the Land tag, the Reichstadt, the Congress, are but great councils for deliberation upon ques tions of public interest, and to determine the proper course of procedure. The question before us at this hour for discussion is What are the means neces sary to success in attempting to correct abuses, and make farming as successful as other occupations. I answer first A HIGH STANDARD OK IXTELLIGKNCE. Intelligence is the only basis of a...

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. — 31 December 1873

Annul Meeting of the State Grange of Minnesota. O I I A E O S E W A I S report. A I A E 16, '73. State Grange opened at 1 P. M. Geo. I. Parsons, Master, read his annuai Th next busim ss in order was a motion duly seconded that a coinnvttee of three be appointed to revise con stitution, amended to five and carried. Ttie following Masters appointed: J. 0 Milne, J. F. Daniels, C. Cooper, T. T. Smith, and Bro. Partridge. Moved and seconded that the Worth Master's address be referred to a com- mittee of three: A. I. Murphy, C. P. Nichols, and Bro. Harrington, Com mittee. Moved and seconded that a commit- tee of three be appointed on order of business Bros. Hayes. Perkins, and Hon Ara Barton. Sec'y W Paist then read his re port accepted by the Grange, and re- ferred to Finance Committee. Lorenzo Hoyt, Treasurer, read his annual report accepted and referred to Committee on Finance. Moved and seconded that Brothers and Sisters of subordinate Granges be invited to seats in the meeting carrie...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 31 December 1873

PAJDLY CIRCLE. Is It Worth While? la it worth while that we jostle a brother, Bearing hii load on the rough road of life Is it worth while that we jeer at each other In blackness of heart?—that we war to the knife? God pity us all in our pitiful strife. flod pity us all as we jostle each other God pardon us all for the triumphs we feel When a fellow goes down 'neath his load on the heather, Pierced to the heart: words are keener than steel, And mightier far for woe or for weal. Were it not well, in this brief little journey, On over the isthmus, down into the tide, We give him a fish instead of a serpent, Ere folding the hands to be and abide Forever and aye in dust at hit side Look at the roses saluting each other Look at the herds all at peace on the plain Han, and man only, makes war on his brother, And laughs in his heartat his peril and pain Shamed by the beasts that go down on the plain. Is it worth while that we battle to humble Some poor soldier down into the dust» God pity ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 31 December 1873

mm I III ii.ii.i .in i,i l'~z:~-~ TBEISRKSSEJJPrjJSlCE. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31,1873. E. AMD Editors. B. S E E S S O SVBSCBIPTIOM. Single Subscribers $2 per year. Orange clubi often or more $1.50. Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. All money should be sent by Draft or Poet Office Order to TH« GRANGE ADVANCE, Red Wing, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. Advertising Rates. OK ADVSRTISING PAQF.S. 1 column ye*r $W0,1 month, $15. ..... 72, 10. 48, 7. 1-816" 21. 3. IN ADVERTISING COLUMNS OF PAGES DEVOTED TO BEADING MATTER. 1 column .1 year $120,1 month, $20 Where its Byron, and Shelley, and Cow per, and Tennyson, and Longfellow are does not appear, but at the rate the others have been degenerating, we should judge they were in States Prison or already hung. James Brainard, the worthy Secretary of he Wisconsin State Grange, was in the city, and attended the meeting of the Goodhue County Couucil at Red Wing on the 26th inst. He fills our idea of a thorough, earn est, hard...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 31 December 1873

r- TTKMS FOE PATROKS. OFFICERS OF THE STATE ORANGE OF MINNESOTA P. OF H. Master, George I. Parsons, Winona. Lecturer, John A. Jackson, Lake City. Overseer, George C. Chamberlain, Northfleld. Steward, A. J. Murphy, Lake Crystal. Asst. Steward, Win. E. Lee,Rice Lake, Douglas Co. Chaplain, I. C. Stearns, Zumbrota. Treasurer, Lorenzo lioyt, Saint Paul. Gate Keeper, J. T. Price, Eyota. Ceres Sister Sophia Parsons. Flora C. Chamberlain. Pomona R.C.Jackson. Lady Steward Mary E. Lee. DEPUTIES APPOINTED. The following named persons have been appointed Deputies to organize granges uuder'article 12 of the Constitution of the State Grange, adopted February 20th, 1873. Faribault county. S. F. Wilkbow, Winnebago City. Waseca, Hon. P. Woodruff, Blooming Grove. Nicollet, J. H. Dunham, Nicollet. Olmsted, M. C. Fuller, Rochester. Killmore, 0. E. Rundell, Fairview Gr. LcSueur, A. Ii. Swayne, Elysian. Cottonwood, J. W. Benjamin, Windom. Dodge, Wm.E. Lee,Rice Lake. Mower, F. A. Elder, Spring Valley. Mar...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 31 December 1873

SPEECH OF HON. IGNATIUS DONNKLLY Before the State Grange at Faribault, Minn., Dec. 18th, 1813. ,[ Wc had hoped to have procured a full verbatim report of Mr. Donnelly's remarks, but have failed to do so, and can therefore only give an imperfect outline of what he said. ED. GRANGE ADVANCE.] Mr. Donnelly thanked the Grange for the honor they had done him in inviting him to address thorn. He would not attempt any flowers of oratory, but would try to make a few practical suggestions for the good of the Order." The history of the Order for the past two years had furnished a most striking ex ample of the value of organization and the power of numbers. They commenced amid contempt and ridicule they had compelled their enemies to fear and respect them. All men were now bowing and cringing be fore them, but it would be well to remem ber the past. He would read to them a set of resolutious-adopted one year ago by the Senate of our neighboring State of Iowa— a State almost exclusively agricult...

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