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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 14 January 1874

JLlPHBVMMBBaaJt HEMS FOE PATROITS. 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, Northfield. Stsward, A. J. Murphy, Lake Crystal. Asst. Steward, Wm. K. Lee,Rice Lake, Douglas Co. Chaplain, I. C. Stearns, ZuinbroU. Treasurer, Lorenzo Hoyt, Saint Paul. Secretary, Win. Paist, St. Paul. Gate Keeper, J. T. Price, Eyota. Ceres Sister Sophia Parsons. Flora C.P Chamberlain. Pomona R.C.Jackson. Lady Steward Mary E. Lee. DEPUTIES APPOINTED. The following named persons have been appointed Deputies to organize granges under'article of the 20th 18730n 0 S a a a ild °Pted February Fa'ribauit county, S. F. Wilkbow, Winnebago City. Waseca, Hon. P. Woodruff, Blooming Grove Nicollet, J. II. Dunham, Nicollet. Olmsted, M. C. Fuller, Rochester. Fillmore, O. K. Rundell, Fairview Or LeSueur, A. B. Swayne, Klysian. Cottonwood, J. W. Benjamin, Windom Dodge, Wm.E. Lee, Rice Lake. Mower, F. A. Kider,...

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. — 14 January 1874

ITEMS FOE PATRQKS. OFFICERS OF THE STATE GRANGE OF MINNESOTA P. OF H. Muter, George I. Parsons, Winona. Lecturer, John A. Jackson, Lake City. Overseer, George C. Chamberlain, Northfleld. Steward, A. J. Murphy, Lake Crystal. ASM. Steward, Win. E. Lee,Rice Lake, Douttlas Co. Chaplain, I. C. Stearns, Zumbrota. Treasurer, Lorenzo Hoyt, Saint Paul. Secretary, Wm. Paist, St. Paul. Gate Keeper, J.T. Price, Eyote. Ceres Sister Sophia Parsons. J10'* C. Chamberlain. a R.C.Jackson. Lady Steward Mary E.Lee. DEPUTIES APPOINTED. The following named persons have been appointed Deputies to organize granges undergrade 12 of the Sotbifi" ,5 S a GRANGE, 1873. Master, J.Cochrane, Wuupun. Overseer, J. II. Hubbard, Oxford. Lecturer, S. W. King, Steward, C. W. Foster, Metomen. Asst. Steward, A.J. Sexton, Kilbourne City. Chaplain, E. F. Dunham, ClemansviHe. Treasurer, J. Cory, Footville. Secretary, James Brainard, Oshkosh. Gate-keeper, E. Abbott, Almond. °,ere3 Sister F. F. Foster. Pomona M. A. Brainard. f...

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. — 14 January 1874

The Stationery Steal. The resolution providing for the furnish ing of the members with stationery, on which notice of debate was given by Sena tor Donnelly, was called up. Senator Donnelly said: Mr. President: I am opposed to the pending resolution. It may at first sight seem a little thing, to give Senators so much stationery as they may require, but under a similar resolution last winter in both houses, the sum of four thousand one hundred and ninety-sev en dollars was taken out of the State Treas ury. And for stationery, postage and news papers the sum of eight thousand five hun dred and fifty-five dollars and fifty-two cents was appropriated. This whole thing is, to use plain lan guage, a ateal. I have examined the exec utive reports, and I find that the stationery bought for both houses in 1888 was $867, 42. Last winter it had mounted up to $4,197. The following tables give the increase in detail. It is certainly a surprising exhibit. I do not propose in my official action here...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 14 January 1874

UAIULY CIRCLE. For the Orange Advance. The Horny Hand. O toiler with the moistened brow, And with the horny hud No nutter if yon hold the plow, Or at the anvil stand. My father worketlj hitherto, And I work, was the word, Of Him whose speech was ever true, Yet honor claimed as God. Until some patient toiler rise With canning hand or brain, NO telescope can pierce the skies, No steamer cross the main. The toilers—not the drones of earth, Are worthy of renown. And they—when reason has her reign— Will win and wear the crown. All honor to the ever restless brain. Or sturdy toiling hand. That has raised two blades of useful grain, Where one alone did stand. All hail! then, to the horny hand, And to the moistened brow, To those who at the anvil stand, Or guide the cleaving plow. Reform Platform for all Parties in all the States. At a meeting of the undersigned held in "the Study," after due and careful consideration, it was unanimously agreed that the following be the Reform Platform of t...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 14 January 1874

PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE. SENATE—TUESDAY.—Senator Donnelly presented a preamble and resolutions set ting forth that whereas, there was no con stitutional provision for the office of Chap lain, that a committee be appointed to con fer with the clergymen of all denominations in St. Paul and invite them to conduct the usual devotioual exercises of the morning, and that no Chaplain be elected. He said: Thwe are families suffering for the necessaries of life. If the $600 paid for l.'liapluius were given to them it would more to the point. Resolution lost by a vote 14 for to 24 against, and J/r. .Varvin was then elected Chaplain of the Senate. After the introduction of a few resolutions, the most important of which was in reference to a committee on tree culture, the Senate adjourned. Hoi SK. After the organization, Mr. Kahilly offer -1 a resolution in reference to the Chaplaincy, similar to that offered in the Senate by J/r. Donnelly, excepting the part referring to the constitutio...

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. — 14 January 1874

PROCEEDINGS OP I LlfilSlATOlI. SENATE—TUESDAY.—Senator Donnelly presented a preamble and resolutions set ting forth that whereas, there was no con stitutional provision for fheoflice of Chap lain, that a committee be appointed to con fer with the clergymen of all denominations in St. Paul and invite them to conduct the usual devotional exercises of the morning, and that no Chaplain be elected. He said: There are families suffering for the necessaries of life. If the §600 paid for Chaplains were given to them it would be uioie to the point. Resolution lost by a vote 14 for to 24 against, and Mr. .Vawin was then elected Chaplain of the Senate. After the introduction of a few resolutions,-the most important of which was in reference to a committee on tree culture, the Senate adjourned. HOUSE. After the organization, Mr. Rahilly offered a resolution in reference to the Chaplaincy, similar to that offered in the Senate by Mr. Donnelly, excepting the part referring to the constitutional p...

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. — 21 January 1874

.: M* ., What the Governors Say. We print the following brief -pit omes of the messages of the Governors of different States, not only as a matter of interesting news, but as showing tbo spirit of reform, which either real or feigned, seems to be almost universal throughout the States. Everywhere has the voice of the new movement, in i'a vor of economy, honesty in the adminis tration of the officers of State and equal and just legislation been heard, and not only heard but heeded and respected, either through feigned compliance with the demands oi the people or by earnest endeavors to right all wrongs and to meet out equal justice to all. ILLINOIS. With regard to the railroad law now in force in Illinois, the governor, after stating that the railroad commissioners have prepared a schedule of rates lor all the roads, says What the railroad corporations will do after the loth of Jan uary, when the schedules are in full force, I cannot say. Should they fail or refuse to comply with the...

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. — 21 January 1874

CQEEESPOUBEHCE. BERLIN Jan. 12th, 1874. We are having such delightful weath- er that some of us are suspicious of evil among the clouds before spring. The contrast between our last winter and this is indeed quite surprising. The general health of the people in our im mediate vicinity was never better. We hear of a few cases of typhoid fever in the neighborhoods joining. There is a lively time of hauling wheat to Owatonna, (our nearest market, in consequence of the price being some- what reasonable, ninety-seven cents per bushel. Unlucky ones who were oblig ed to sell at sixty-six cents to pay inter' est sadly regret the unfortunate calcu- lation of their business, it is not beat to be looking back at past misfortunes, gazing back over our shoulders to see the blocks we have stumbled over, stop- ping now and then for a spell of the blues. Advance is the word, and the many obstacles must be conquered by perseverance, and while we move with cautious steps, let us go sure and steady, an...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 21 January 1874

mmmm mmm Cannon Falls and Flooring Mill*. (CONTINUED FROM LAST ISSUE.) The flouring mill of Gardner & Moore, situated a little above and across the river from the old village, has eight run of stone, two of which are used for grinding middlings and the other six for wheat. There are four middling puri fiers in the mill made by A. R. Guilder of Minneapolis, and they do their work well. The mill has the capacity of grinding two hundred and twenty-five barrels of flour per day. Ten hands are employed in the mill. In connection with the mill are cooper shops, in which sixteen coopers are em ployed. We found Mr. C. H. Moore in charge. Mr. Moore is a man in the prime of life, an experienced miller, who evidently has a commendable pride in his mill, and understands its good points. The arrangement of the mill shows that a practical miller has had charge of its construction. He has the bearing of a gentleman and energetic business man. The firm commenced building last spring and have pu...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 21 January 1874

..-...,_ ^.,,,x. THE SRANGE ADVANg, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21, 1874. E. J. HODGSON AND ^Editors B. B. E E TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Subscribers $2 'ear-. Orange clubs often or more $1.50. Subscriptions payable invariably In advance. All money should be sent by Draft or Post Oflice Order to THE GRAWQK ADVANCE, Red Wing, Minn. Please Bend in your subscriptions at once. Advertising Rates. OX ADVERTISING PAGES. 1 column 1 year, $100,1 month. $15. 7 10 48, 7. 5 1-16" 21, :J. Il» ADVERTISING COLUMNS OF PAGES DEVOTED TO READING MATTER. 1 column 1 year $120,1 month. $20 84, 15 00, lit 42, 7 1-1S 25, 4 Special notices in editorial columns, cents per line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements for a month or less, and invariably in advance unless special arrangements are made. EDITORIAL NOTES. Congress has amended the salary grab" law so as to place the salaries of all officers. exeept the President and Judges of the Su preme Court, where they were before the passage of the law. Now the w...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 21 January 1874

BgpwX'iT»W.ryi3sWwIw \:r-r *!WWHWWII.IIIIIIW THE GEAUGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, JAN 21, 1874. E. J. HODGSON V~~3 AND Editors. B. E E E TESMN O SCBSCMPTIOM. Single Subscribers $2 per year. Orange clubs of ten or more91.50. Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. All money should be sent by Draft or Post Office Order to THB OBAROB ADVAHCB, Bed Wing, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. Advertising Bates. 0!T ADVIBTI8IHG PAGK8. 1 column lyear, $100,1 month. $15. \C 72, 10. 48, 1. 35. 5. l?l*" 21, 3. IX ADVERTISING COLUMNS OF PASES DIVOTID 1 0 RKADISG •ATTBB. 1 column 1 year $120,1 month, $20 XL 84, 15 \2 60, 10 hi .... 42, 7 MS 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. EDITORIAL NOTES. Congress has amended the salary grab" law so as to place the salaries of all officers, except the President and Judges of the Su preme Court,...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 21 January 1874

Minnesota Legislature. On Tuesday the 13th inst., the resolution to print the Governor's message coming up, Senator Wilkinson made a lengthy address. He sustained the position taken by the GOT. ernor, and determined to act heartily with him, and all others of whatever party they belonged to in endeavoring to effect a thor ough and radical reform in the manage ment of public affairs that for the last few years the whole political power of the country had been in the Interest of associ ated capital. Senator McDonald criticised Mr. Wil kinson's remarks, regretted that he wasdid not able to trim and shape his course to the popular current, recounted all the great and marvelous things he had done in the past, and now here was Wilk. and these other fellows thrown to the surface by the "popular upheaval," trying to appropri ate to themselves all the.credi,t due to the great efforts of the Senator. The speech was principally composed of the pronoun trying to appropri-|f I," (there is no law...

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. — 21 January 1874

HEMS FOE PATROITS. OFFICERS OF THE STATE GRANGE OF MINNESOTA P. (ft H. Master, George I. Parsons, Winona. Lecturer, John A. Jackson, Lake City. Overseer, George C. Chamberlain, Northfield. Bteward, A. J. Murphy, Lake Crystal. Asst. Steward, Wm. JB. L«e,Rice Lake, Douelas Co. Chaplain, I. C. Stearns, Zumbrota. Treasurer, Lorenzo Iloyt, Saint Paul. Secretary, Wm. Paist, St. Paul. Gate Keeper, J. T. Price, Eyota. Ceres Sister Sophia Parsons. Flora C. Chamberlain., Pomona R.C.Jackson. Lady Steward Mary K. 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. Wa6eca, Hon. P. Woodruff, Blooming Grove. Nicollet, J. H. Dunham, Nicollet. Olmsted, M. C. Fuller, Rochester. Fillmore, 0. E. Rundell, Fairview Gr. LeSueur, A. B. Swayne, Ulysian. Cottonwood, J. W. Benjamin, Windoni. Dodge, Wm. E. Lee,Rice Lake. Mower,...

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. — 21 January 1874

~:'t PAIULT CIRCLE. From the Western htmJiuuL A Grange W O 'S Opiifon the Granges. I dislike superlatives, and I have a horror of the gushing style therefore I cannot say all that I feel in regard to the Order of the Patrons of Husbandry. I must curb my pen and trim my sen tences for the sake of rhetoric. But I earnestly wish that those who sit in their counting-rooms and essay to make light of the farmers' movement, and those who from their purple-cushioaed pews and rosewood chancel rails, send their spare pennies for the improve ment of the condition of the natives of Borriboola-Gha, could see what I have seen and know what I have known— they would surely feel as I feel, that one wiser than man is guiding with a cloud by day, and a pillar of fire by night, this great army of workers up to a broader and better life. Six months ago I had little interest in or knowledge of the farmers of Iowa. I looked upon them as a class of people who were made poor and kept poor from the very over...

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. — 21 January 1874

RED WINfi AND VICINITY. THE St. Paul Great Western Band give a concert in this city on Saturday evening next in Music Hall. S E E the proceedings of the Board of Goodhue County Commissioners, on the inside of this paper, also the article with regard to the model flouring mills at, Can 'non Falls which was crowded outlast week. W FEATHERSTONE'left on the evening train yesterday to attend the annu al meeting of the Farmer's Mutual Insur- ance Company at Minneapolis to-day and to-morrow. W E N I E new buildings built in lied Wing since the beginning of winter and the'^iwL is not yet. S47,0G9,27 expended in building ware houses here in 1873, $15,619.27 of which was expended by Chandler & Sterrett. E N E O E N E Th Burnsid Grange P. of H., composed of between forty and fifty members, contributed fifty-one dollars in cash to the relief of frontier suf ferers. How is that for liberality. Be longing to the Grange evidently does not make men selfish or narrow minded, what ever other dire...

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. — 28 January 1874

*W I m. STATE NEWS. WINONA AND VICINITY. Dillon O'Brien lectures at the Court House on the 28th inst. under the aus pices of Father Mathew" society. Eighty persons were confirmed hy Bishop Whipple at St. Paul's Church. 226 births and 130 deaths in the city during the past year. The Methodists have raised the mon ey and sent for a $1,800 pipe organ. The city has been infested by a num ber of Cheap John's auction stores who have sold their customers. Bishop Whipple gave a lecture last week on Spain, of which the Winona Republican says The lecture was a brilliant panoramic picture of the lec turer's journey from Barcelona via Tar ragona. Valentia and other historical cities to Madrid, and thence to Cardova and Seville, Granada, and the famous Alhambra, the palace of the Moorish kings." Mr. and Mrs. Stinson, a venerable couple, aged 66 and 65years, respectively lately died at Pleasant Hill, this county. withinJone week of each other. A game of ball on bare ground was among the sports of...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 28 January 1874

CQBBESPQOTOGE. JANESVILLE, WIS. Jan. 18th, 1874. BRO. HODGSON :—I left Red Wing that night on time, got along very well, until we crossed the Mississippi river, after that we had green elm to burn in the cars and in the locomotive to keep up steam. There were hut few nf us in the car, so we managed got along very well by gathering around the stoves. But our engineer did not tan as well green wood and up grade was too much for him, and we eamo dead halt or stand still somewhere near Sparta. The first time 1 ever knew a passenger train to get stalled, but the brakeman said, the same thing had happened twice before near the same place. Arriving at Camp Doug las, I found that there was no train south on the West Wisconsin, Monday morning, so I had to go on to Portage City, thence to Windsor, where I ar rived at 9:30 A. M., on a very cold day and six miles from where I must be by noon. There being no chance to ret a conveyance out there, I shouldered my valise and bundle, and started acr...

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. — 28 January 1874

,'«' !'«J Waterlog Cattle I Winter. Next to warm shelter and good feed, the proper watering of cattle should be attended to. No farm animals will do well if only watered once a day. I is true that animals which are driven to some frozen pond and watered through holes cut in the ice will seldom in cold weather drink more than once a day, for the simple reason that they must be suf fering from tljirst to be induced to drink at all but this does not, by any means, prove the economy of this system of wa tering, but rather the reverse. To prove it, let the stock-owner himself get down and drink this thoroughly-chilled water. The evidence of danger to the system will be apparent. If there are but few animals to be watered, it is but little labor to do the work, since the water for a dozen or twenty cattle can be pumped in about the time the cattle will drink it. If a large herd be kept, a simple windmill, pumping into an underground cistern placed upon an eminence and connect ing by means...

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. — 28 January 1874

TEE GBAUGE ADVAffCK WEDNESDAY. JAN. 1 1874. E. HOD«f*OSf AND ^Editors B. B. E E TERMS OF S S I I O N Single Subscribersfc2per year. (i range clubs often or more $1.30. Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. All money should be sent by Draft or l*..st Office Order to THE GRANGE ADVANCE, Red Wing. Minn. Please send in yonr subscriptions at once. Advertising? Rate*. OS ADVERTISING PAGES. 1 column 1 year. $100.1 mouth. ?13. '4 »*, $ 35. 1-16" 21. S. IN ADVKRT16ING COLUMNS Or PAGES DEVOTED TO READING MATTER. column 1 year $120,1 month, i-0 VJ, s4. 13 "4 m. lo V* 42, 7 1-1* 25, 1 Special notices in editorial columns, 25 cents per line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements lor a month or lets, and invariably in advance unless special arrangements are made. EDITORIAL NOTES. Ninety-three new subscribers this week. Thanks friends. Now is the time to form clubs. We have received II. W. Woodville & Co.'s price list of vegetable and flower seeds for 1874. This is a Northfield A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 28 January 1874

111 11»" .1^1 Wlat Natare has done for Ked Wins. 7b Editors of The Grange Advance: I hare been pleased to see in your paper, In recent visits to the cities of St. Paul, Minneapolis and Stillwater, etc., we have seen many structures in process of erec tion, and noticed the variety of material used, as stone, brick, lime and wood. We find rock from Sauk Rapids, near Duluth and from Kasota. Lime from Alton and Rock Island, and the hard woods and black walnut from down the river. Now, in our very city limits we have a better quality of building rock, the action on it of heat be ing considered as an element of value, than the best Quincy granite—the very Kasota stone itself is in eitu, minus the red mineral coloring, and better than this, a more re cent deposit of true Trenton flag, enduring as granite under ordinary circumstances, but immensely more enduring when both are subjected to a high temperature—gran ite, as the Boston fire fully demonstrated, disintegrating, where ordinary bric...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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