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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 4 October 1876

MMtaMMailMt LOCAL MATTERS. RED WING, OCT. 4, 1876. Bailroad Time Table. I |The trains on the C. M. and St. Paul, railroad depart from the Red Wing depot. as follows: GOING EAST: Freight at 2:40 a.m. Passsen'r 12-10p. in. at 8:25 a. m. 9:27 p. in. GOING WEST: Freight at 12:20 a. in. Passeng'r 4:15 a. at 515 p. in. 3:40 p. ra Chicago and North-Western Bail way. Timo of departure of Passenger Trains from Winona, in effect January, 1876: Leave for Chicago and the East, 4:50 p. m. Leave for Chicago and the West, 12:20 p. ne. 17th. Senatorial District con vention. The Republicans of the 17th Senatorial District will meet by their delegates at Ha der. on Saturday October 7th*, 1876, at one o'clock i', M. to nominate one Senator and three Representatn es to the State Legisla ture. Each town will be entitled to the same number of delegates as in the last County Convention. C. R. WHII-F, I. C. STEARXK, W. H. SCO-. FIELD, A. K. IINSETH, T. G. PEARSON, Dis trict Committee. 50w3 SNOW this mornin...

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. — 11 October 1876

VOL. IV. The Wilder Controversy. It is a habit now-a-days to find fault with newspaper editors for abusing candidates of opposing par ties, and such wanton abuse is cer tainly contemptible. More than this it is cowardly, for the candidate abused dares not resent it, because he will be injured by so doing. Th editor of this paper has no desire to and will not, be guilty of conduct so justly censurable. W will say of all candidates only what we sincere ly believe to be true, and this will be said without fear of injury or hope of favor. It has hapened several times that we have been called upon to allude to Judge Wilder, and we have in variably spoken of him in terms of respect, because we believed that he merited such treatment. But it seems that his friends and cham pions are not satisfied with this, and are now using these very allusions for the purpose of proving us incon sistent, in that we do not now sup port him as a congressional candi date. W desire to ask these gen tlemen, o...

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. — 11 October 1876

A Turk Kim Mad. ('Mr. Bayard Taylor, the correspond ent of {lie New York Tribune, entered the hexagonal wooden structure at the grounds, known as the Turkish Bazar. the other day, some mysterious influ once fiom the Orient made the heavy, projecting roof assume the appearance of a egular Constantinople kiosk. Peoi 'o who don't know whatfa kiosk is won't appreciate the fact that it 'uas pamttd large, coarse, blue arabes que. Such, nevertheless, was the mel ancholy fact. The f.oor was strewn with nargilehs. Theie was no postille to be seen, but the HaVOL of Asia Minor, Damascus and Stair boul was in the room. Anactoria sat behind the counter. Greek pali kai. vane of Samoa, blood of Mars, Samian robbers. Mosalems and Athens were likewise to be seen Familiar with such scenes as these, Mr. Taylor began 10 feel as Rob Roy did when he reached his mountain home. But, alas, the sad allusion was s5on to van ish. As his wild Athenian eye travel ed aiound the apartment it suddenly encountered t...

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. — 11 October 1876

Farm and Garden. Horse Shoe and Shoeing. The following excellent advice on the above subject lateljr appeared in Forest and Stream. I On an average horses require shoe ing once a month. The length of time a shoe will wear depends much on the kind of service a horse is doing, and on the kind of road he is daily traveling. A team harse in heavy draught does not wear out as many shoes as one used in a hack quick motion grinds shoe3 down more rapialy than slow use. Some pavement is harder on shoes than an ordinary road, while the fric tion of a gravelly road wears them away rapidly. Wooden pavement is but a little saving to the wear and tear of shoes, for the grit and dust which become impacted in the interstices of the wooden block grind away shoes like the friction of an emery wheel. The hind shoes wear out first, and there is more strain and friction on them than on the fore-shoes. It is im possible and improper for a horse to wear shoes more than six weeks, for the growth of the foo...

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. — 11 October 1876

T7JE G3AN&E ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1876. II. II. YOUNG, Publisher A Editor. Republican Nominees. For President— R. B. HAYES, Ohio For Vice President— N. Y. WM. A. WHEELER. Por Presidential Elector* State—C. K. is Ramsey —S. MIU.KR, Cottonwood ist. l)is.—A. J. EiK.Kuiov 2d. —A. K. I S 3d. —HAN-, \r%nsox For Congress, (Second Dn'rtet, \\. Sl'RAli Foruo'intv \uditor— S. J. Wir I Aiii) For Shf rift— S. A N I KK For Register oi* Deeds— A E S I For Judge ot Probate— N O. W E N I For countv Attorney— J. C. MCCI.UR* For Surveyor— Win IAM D\Nrourn For Coroner— DR. E. S. PARKS For Court Commissioner— N. O. WERNFR For Commissioner. 4th Ii*tiu-t— A. J. CrRA\ For Commissioner, 5th Ii«ti'c' K. TETHER. The Natural Effect. The democratic paity \oluntarily became the advocate and defender of slavery, Southei supremacy and secession, and as long as it exists those who still hold to these defunct theories will enroll themselves in its ranks and control its councils. As sociated with these...

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. — 11 October 1876

COSEESPONDENCE. Contributions for this department are respectfully soMeitrd, and those who ain ns in this manner will have oar thanks. We hare only to ask writers te vaoid personali ties and abuse. Judge Wilder's Candidacy. RED WING, Oct. 5th, '76. Editor of Grange Advance: Dear Sir:—The relation which I formerly sustained to the readers of your paper as one ot the editors and proprietors of the ADVANCE, and a query in a letter signed "Observer," appearing in a recent number of the Argus, and your editorial notice thereof in your last issue, lead me to ask once more a hear ing in your columns. I do this the more readily by reason of the respect and friendship with which I have come to regard you since you assumed editorial charge of the A VANCE, because I have, in the main, heartily approved of the course the paper has taken under vour control, and from my knowledge that you be lieve in fair play and in giving every man a hearing. "Observer"' says: I observe with regret that the Gra...

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. — 11 October 1876

Grange Advance. H. H. YOUNG, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. REDWING. MINNESOTA iiECOli*) 01" THE NEWK Political, Personal and Foreign Do ings and G-ossii). The Sioux Campaign. Col. Stanton, paymaster, S. A. who commanded the volunteers and scouts in General Crook's recent campaign, and Major Randall, who commanded the Snake Indians, have bolh returned to Cheyenne. The latter goes at once to Sydney, to go to Fetterman and take part in the approaching movement north. Colonel Stanton returns with funds to pay off the expedition and lhe northern posts in this department, about sixty companies in all. Gen. Crook remains at Fort Laramie, organizing a new campaign against the Indians, and he will not leave the field until the work is done. Fresh troops, consisting of the 4th cavalry, under General Mackenzie, and infantry under Captain Pol lock, will be put in the field at once. A depot ol supply will be established at old Fort Reno. The troops of the recent expe dition are now at Custer City, un...

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. — 11 October 1876

THE STUBBORN BOOT. "Bother!" was all John Clatterby said *, His breath came quick an^ Ms cheeks were red He flourished his elbows, and looked absurd, While, over and over, his "bother!" I heard. Harder and harder he tugged and worked, Vainly and savagely still he jerked The boot, half on, would dangle and flap— "Bother!" and then he burst the strap. Redder than ever his hot cheek flamed Haider than ever he himed and blamed He wriggled his heel and tugged at the leather, Till knees and chin came bumping together. "My boy," said I, in a voice like a flute, "Why not—ahem! try that troublesome boot On the other foot ''I'ma goose," laughed John, As he stood, in a flash, with his two bootson In half the affairs of this busy life (As that same day I said to my wife), Our troubles come from trying to put The lelt-hand shoe on the right-hand toot. Or vice versa (meaning reverse, sir), To try to'force, as quite of course Any wrong fooi in the right shoe, la the silliest thing a man can do. A ...

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. — 11 October 1876

LOCAL MATTERS. RED WING, OCT. 11, 1876. SEE advertisement of F. C. Boynton in another column. THE Goodhue County Fair begins to-day at the grounds near Zumbrota. FOR your painting, paper-hanging, Kalsomining, &c, leave orders for In graham & Crisler, at Poole's Drug store. 1\T2 Hox. M. II. DUNNELL will address ijhe citizens of Red Wing on the 20th instant, at 7 o'clock, p. m. Let him have a big meeting. WE learn that Messrs. Goar and Smith had a large meeting at Zumbrota, week before last, and that Capt. Smith's speech was well received. THE new grocery store of Mr. E. P. Lowater is well-stocked with fresh groceries, and those who patronize him may rely on getting good goods. PERHAPS the man who is using our old nom deplume, "U. R. Green," in the Zumbrota Independent, don't know that he is infringing. In our writings over that signature, however, the wit was in the ideas and not in the spelling. CHEAP CHARLEY presents a new and attractive programme this week. Read his advert...

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. — 18 October 1876

VOL. IV. v\ ^_ Letter from Dr. Sweney. Only one expression in your answer can I demur to, as not coming up to the standard which. I hope to see adopted in party organs, when speaking of political opponents before the peo ple for a responsible position, that is: tell the truth as to their capability, their honesty, and the principles they do maintain on questions of national importance. Your answer is at fault in the latter item of this journalistic high code of honor. Maybe it is im possible for an editor to be a Chevalier Bayard in his vocation and serve party, too. As it is, I was sorry that the whole article did not conform to this jode. It would have been a pleasing oasis in political journalism, having its origin in a pronounced reform paper, and doing justice where justice is due. The expression at issue is when you say, "We have no doubt Judge Wilder was opposed to the war," etc. Are you sure he was opposed to the war? What act proves it As I write over my own name, and I thi...

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. — 18 October 1876

S W 0 **"*,tW*V*^'**' "*»*l«*r«t«^Wc?^VMKfr^w I N E BOIiTIKOFF. OThere are posts more important, per haps, than Fort Needham on the South Coast, but it is at all times so strictly garrisoned that the integrity of the Empire might depend upon its tenure. I was once its garrison—I, Randal de Loutherberg Carruthers, Lieutenant in her Majesty's Royal Regiment of Fen cibles—that is to say, I, with a hand ful of soldiers, held it against all com ers. My men wer« better off than 1 was, for they took it in turn to mount guard upon the honeycombed ordnance and the tumble down gates of the fort ress. They had employment, I had none. I bathed, breakfasted, and walk ed upon the shore to eat, drink, sleep, and smoke made up the sum total of my diversions. But that I was gifted with powers of progression, I might have been an oyster. One day as usu 11 strolled upon the beach. The season was sprmgtime,the sky bright, the sea like a mirror. Nothing ever broke the stillness that reigned around Fort ...

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. — 18 October 1876

I TVEJEb.l •'The Eoss" Conviction Only Secured by Im mense Labor—The Way in Which an Honest Jnry Was Secured. From the New York Tribune, Oct. e. The true story of the manner iii which Tweed was convicted has never been told, and probably never will be in all its details. Ba it required not only the strict rules of law, but special legislation and the shrewdest detective skill and the largest body of detectives probably ever employed on any case, to convict him finally of mis demeanor, even though he put in no defense whatever. After the failure of he first and second trials, some of he jurors having been corrupted in each case, it became apparent to those prosecuting the King that it was not only necessary to watch every juror, but to change by lay the method of se lecting the jury. Previous to the third trial the law made the first two jurors selected by the Court the of the others that is, the first two decid ed upon the the qualifications and im partiality of the others. A law wa...

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. — 18 October 1876

r-WKfflfflf^*nSHfflSJ*[» TUB (ULANOE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 18, 1876. H.H.YOUN.'J, Publisher A Editor. Republican Nominees. For President— R. B. HAYES, Ohio For Vice President— VVM. A. WHEELER, N. V.: For Presidential Elector?— State—C. K. DAVIS RaniM.*\ —S. MIIXVR, Cottonwood ist. Dis.—A. J. EI-M.KRTON 2 —A. K. FIXM 3d. A N A S O N For Congre-ss, (Secoml !)i«ti\i-t.) H. B. STRAIT For county Auditor— S. \Vn,« \RI For fchiiut— h. A N E For Register ol Deeds— A E S I E For Judge of Probate— N O W E N E For county Attorney— J. C. MCCLURE For Surveyor— W I I A A N O I For Coroner— E S. A S For Court Commissioner— N. O. WERNER For Commissioner, 4th District— A. J. GRAVES For Commissioner, 5th DUti.ct— F. TETHER. For Senator 17th District— F. A FlNSETH For Representatives— B. GROVER O E A G. E A S O N An Amende. In a communication printed else where, Dr. W. W. Sweney objects to a sentence we used last week in an editorial article, viz: "We have no doubt that Judge Wilder was op posed...

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. — 18 October 1876

COBBBSPONDSNCB. ^g^, Contributions fo« this department »re respectfully solicited, and those who aid js in this manner will have oar thanks. We have only to as': writers to avoid porsonal ties and abase. And Now, the Other Side. This page of the advance contained, last week, a lengthy and exhaustive let* ter from the pen of Mr. B. B. Herbert, giving the reasons why Judge Wilder should be voted for, in preference to Major Strait, to represent this district in congress. The conclusions urged by Mr. Herbert maybe briefly stated thus: Judge Wilder is a gentleman of excel* lent reputation, capable, honest and worthy, and not an office-seeker. Major -Strait is a gentleman against whom a good many things are charged, im peaching his intelligence and honesty, and is an office-seeker. The suppositions are that, because Judge Wilder is not accused of wrong he must, therefore, be innocent: and "because Major Strait is accused, he must necessarily be guilty. That these are violent presumptions ...

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. — 18 October 1876

5 I Grange Advance. H. H. YOUNG, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. REDWING. MINNESOTA RECORD OF THE NEWS. Political, Personal and Foreign Do ings and Gossir,, Terrible Death from Fire. The German ship Europa was on a dry dock in New York, last week, for the purpose oi' receiving a general overhauling, and a large force of caulkers, ship-carpenters and blacksmiths were put to work in her. These men were scattered all ever the vessel, and about 11:30 a. m. the ship carpenters and caulkers were in the lower holds, boring the sides to see whether the planks were sound, wlii ''the caulkers had brought their oakum, oil and pitch into the lower hold, to have it at hand when required. A ship carpenter named John Casey, 92 Sheriff street, was with the rest in the lore hold, testing the planks, when lie struck a match for the pur pose of lighting his pipe, and having done no, threw the burning match on the floor. A large pile of oakum near by was ignited by the match. Casey, in endeavoring to smother ...

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. — 18 October 1876

The sweetest sound heard through our earth ly home, The brightest ray that gleams from Heaven's j^dome, Thelovliest flower that e'er from Earth's breast rose, The purestflamethat, quivering, gleams and glows. Are found alone where kneels a mother mild, With heart upliited, praying for her child. Because it is to mortal ey«s unseen, Ye call it foolishness, a childish dream. In vain ye cannot rob me of that though, That legendk with such Heavenly sweetness lraught, That blessed angles have for ages smiled To see a mother praying lor her child. THE DOCTOR' S O N E BY II\NDIiY M. IIENLY. "Those were strange, strange days, my boy the country was wild then, and the few people living here saw hard times." These words were uttered in a half ahsti acted way by a wealthy old doc tor, who had been entertaining me with almost incredible stories of his early life in the Mississippi Valley, when it was the far-off frontier, and was claimed by the Indian for his hunting ground. The doctojj had a p...

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. — 18 October 1876

"HELEN'S BABIES/' at Roseboom & Sheldon's. 2w3 OUR hotice of the fatr is unavoidably crowded out.' SEE F. C. Boynton's advertisement in another column. READ the answer to Mr. Herbert's letter on the 5th page. 5 BARRELS of Silver Ware just opening at Rosehoom & Sheldon's. THE most popular book of the age, "Helen's babies," at Roseboom & Shel don's. LOOK at the dates written on your papers, to see how your subscription stands. GREEN APPLES are plentiful and cheap now, all the grocers being well supplied. SUBSCRIBERS are reminded thati we need money to carry on our business successfully. FOR hoarseness and for public speak ers and singers, take "Forest Tar Troches." BELANGER is on hand with a full assortment of Dry Goods, Notions, Gent's Furnishing Goods, &c. THE Republican Legislative caucus will be held at the Court, on Friday, Oct. 17th, at 7}.i o'clock, p. m. INDIAN summer is here and the weather is delightful, and the prospect is fair for its continuance for severa...

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. — 25 October 1876

Letter from E. J. Hodgson, Esq. ST. A I Oct. 23d, lfe76. Editor Grunge Advance:—I notice that you have magnanimously permit ted, Mr. Herbert, an old wditor of the ADVANCE, to -idvocite the election of Judge Wilder through our cokimns. Your liberality in this, instance leads me to trust you will accord another old editor of the ADV WCE the s.ime privi lege. It is true I am not now a resident of the second congressional district, and by some might be considered As, being a little officious in taking any pait -what ever in the present campaign But surely I must be either le*s or more than human if, in one short year, I should cease to take a lively interest in the pflairs of a people among whom I resided iong. That interest must of 'ourse he •strengthened by the fact that man whom I have known for nenl»r twenty yiMr is a candidate for con gress. In the first place I wish to say that I am not biased or prejudiced in any pos sible degree against Major Strait, for I am very favorably incl...

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. — 25 October 1876

irtuwitf1* THE BALD-HEADED TYRANT. Oh! the quietest home on earth had I, No thought of trouble, no hint of care Like a dream of pleasure the days fled by, And peace had folded her pinions there. But one day there joined our household band A bald-headed tyrant from No-man's land. Oh, the despot came in the dead of night, And no one ventured to ask him why Like slaves we trembled before his might. Our hearts stood still when we heard him cry: For never a soul could his power withstand, That bald-headed tyrant from No-man's land. He ordered us here and sent us there— Though never a word could his small lip's speak— With his toothless gums and his vacant tare, And his helpless limbs so frail and weak, Till I cried, in a voice ot stern command. "Go wp, thou baldhead from No-man's land!" But hi* abject slaves they turned on me Like the bear's in Scriptuie, they' rend me there, The vrlnle they worshipped with bended knee This luthless wretch with the missing hair For he rules them all with...

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. — 25 October 1876

Farm and Garden. Profit in Cows. There are but few farmers who fully realize the true value of a good cow well kept. As a general practice three cows do not produce as much milk, butter ox cheese as any one would if treated rightljr and profitably/] No ac count is kept of the amount of'milk or butter produced by each cow in the year. The farmer with his cows is in the same situation as he is with the balance of the farm. He keeps no ac count and knows nothing of his busi ness. Two hundred and fifty pounds of butter per cow per year is not a large yield, yet there are more that do not produce more than half that amount than there are that exceed one-half, There is no poorer policy than starving aud freezing a milch cow. There can be no more improvi dence in any oranch of agriculture than in half-starving and exposing to the storms of winter the cow that is expected to furnish the family with milk, butter and groceries, Wo have seen last spring from three to five cows staggering about...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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