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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 18 April 1877

1 1 Tfce/WorM's Tra|e|-Re6ult8 qf Fijian- After jceviejving the slate of Jrade in Great Britain' aha Germany, TMe London Telegraph says with_raf *V to the Jnited States: I 9 W American railways, cooping s, miles in length, and $21$,848,000 of 5 vested capital, ere s$ under for S closure of mortgages receivers bankruptcy were appoi$tedf*jDr fori *, closures determined upon inJhe^casfe of forty-six other lines extending over 7,576 miles, and involving a total ex-, penditure in construction and mainte nance of 8536,000,000 ten railway companies figure in the list of'default ers for the same year whose aggregate lines measure 2,757 titfles irtlM, show $155,661,000 to have been, invested in them, making a total of eighty-six railways, consisting of 14,179 mileage, and exhibiting a loss to the share holders of 8912,509,000. The list, there!ore, as far as it has been made up, discloses the painful fact that dur ing the past year one-fifth of the entire railway mileage of the United States,...

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 April 1877

THE CtBANGtE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY. APRIL. 18,1877. H. H. YOUNG, EDITOR. A Summer Resort. There are few places that excel Red Wing in the combination of at tractions which contribute to mak ing up an agreeable summer resort. We have a city of some six thousand inhabitants, comprising all the class es constituting a pleasant community •with very little of that element which detracts from the enjoyment of the well disposed. In short, the com munity is generous, intelligent and orderly and strangers always find a hearty welcome and (when known to be worthy) gain a speedy access to society. Night and day our streets are lemarkably free from rowdyism and our public amuse ments are not apt to be disturbed by disagreeable incidents. Persons and property are safe generally from molestation. We have a full complement of stores, in which may be found nearly every sort of merchandise known to commerce, and as gentlemanly and attentive merchants and salesmen as can be found anywhere. Goods are sol...

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 April 1877

Proceedings of the Board of COMiity Commissioners. RID WING, March 20,1877. The Board met, as provided by law, all the members being present. The sum of $8 was appropriated to pay the fare of Mrs. Johnson to Stearns eounty. Petitions by Bottolf Larson, Gunder Lar son and Knut Swenson to be detaohed from sohool distriot No. 67 were rejected. The petition of Lucy P. Pingrey to be set off from distriot 25 was continued. The petition of J. A. Ben to be set off from district 11 (joint with Dakota county) was continued, Dakota county not having aoted. The petition of John G. Nelson to have the nj of awj and the s£ of nwj of see. 14, town 112, range 17, detached from distriot 137 and attached to No. 13 was granted. On petition of John P. Peterson, the se£ of swj of sec. 11, town 112, range 17, was set off from district 12, and the ne\ of nwj of sec. 14, town 112, range 17, from district 137 and attached to No. 13. The petition of Ole Swenson for change of district boundaries was indefinite...

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 April 1877

Grange Advance. h. H. \OUNG, EDITOR* PRO|IUK,paU| REDWING. MINNESOTA DIGEST OF NEWS. A Temperance Movement in New York. A New York telegram of the 10th announces the latest temperance movement as follows: The Court of Appeals have ren dered a decision setting forth that the Board ot Excise have no power at law to grant license to persons other than keepers ot inn", taverns and hotels to sell strong and spiritu ous liquors and wines, to be drank on the premises ot these licensed. James Qibney, a liquor dealer, selling liquor under a license of the Board of Excise, was to-day fined by Judge Sutherland the nominal sum of one dollar. The punishment was made light be cause the dealer was not aware that hevio lated the law. If brought up again the pen alty will be increased. The action in Gib ney's case created intense excitement in the ranks ot the liquor dealers, and District At torney Phelps has had a consultation with the Police Commissioners on the subject. Mean while the temperance ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 18 April 1877

My Pd 1 end Escape. I was a very bold and fearless girl, and my brothers and sisters often dared mo to go into lonely places in the dark, or to do perilous feats of vaiiouskinds, which challenges I never refused. Often they set out to play tricks on me, but it usually happened that they fell into their own traps while I performed my part in safety. We lived in a large old house, built of English oak, and bearing its nearly two centuries very lightly. It opened to the south, and the two large parlors looked to the east and west. The din ing hall and spacious kitchen formed the square of the house, while at the west and ick was another large room sometime? called the great porch, and at the eait and back was the dairy and another porch. There were three stairways leading to the upper rooms and a garret, whose ample space was broken only by the great chimney in the center. We had a gay and lively house, and were used to agieat deal of company and visitois,f or my parents were great ly ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 18 April 1877

LOCAL MATTERS, RED WING, APRIL 18, 1877. —We have no agent. —Choice Perfumery at Poole's. —Poole's Cough Syrup is the best. —Remember that wo have no agent. —.Homeopathic medicines at Poole's. —.Colgates Toilet Soaps at Poole's. —Hamburg Edging at the Dubuque Store. —.Croquets, cheap, at Noesen & Funk's. —.Fine Papeleries at Noesen & Funk's. —Graining Youngdahl. and Frescoeins bv —If you have a cough go to* Poole's drug store. —Youngdahl does carriage painting in best style. —.Timothy and garden seeds at Noe sen & Funk's. —Paper Hanging and kalsomining by Youngdahl. —.Picture frames made to order at Lawrence & Co. —Go to the Dubuque Store to buy Dry Goods cheap. —.Ostrich and turkey feather dusters at Lawrence & Co. —Leave your orders for Sheet Music at Lawrence & Co's. 25tf —NA few Mark Twain's Scrap Book at Lawrence & Co. —'Farmers, buy your Machine Oils at Poole's Drug Store. —Hand, flower and knife and fork baskets at Noesen & Funk's. —The best as...

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 April 1877

VOL. IV Terms of Subscription. Single Copy, per year $2 00 Five Copies to one address 8 75 Ten 15 00 DC^°Subscriptions must be paid advance in all cases. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 column. 1 vear, $140, 1 month, *25 S5. 50, 35, 25, 16, 16 10 6 4 3 1-16 1 inch Special notices in editorial columns, 15 cents per line, for first insertion, and after, wards, in special notice column, at 5c per line. The date following the name ii the ad dress is the time of the commencement of the subscription not paid for. Chamberlin and Packard. It is to be regretted that these two gentlemen are treated as harsh ly as they have been by the newspa pers of this country, when they have really deserved only commendation, so far as their recent conduct is con cerned. It is, ol course, impossible for any of us to know what would have been the result had the elec tions in South Carolina and Louisa na been fairly conducted, and our opinions respecting that subject must be more or less influenced by our partizan prej...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 25 April 1877

A Fancy About a Boy. We stoo'1 V»iiU' the A\ induw bill, The 1 Ula 1 id nud I, Within ilij room was oobcr ulooni. Without a sunset *.k\. I drew ra forward to'the lisrht, That I mis^ht see h'un plain, That idden icw thrilled UIJ heart through Witti a delicious pam. Iliant his head back o'er my arm And stroked hi* crWpcd hair— The dear, dear curls o'er which salt pearU 1 eould lun rained out there! 1 looked beneath his. heavy lids. Drooping with dreamy fold What visioned eyes I baw arise! But nothing ihall be told. Gayly I spoke, "Could 1 count back Nme nrt and he gain nine, I would not say what ill to-day II-id chanced this heart of mine." He laughed—all laughed—I most of all But 1 OA glad, I ween, That the whole room lay in such gloom— Hit, face alone was seen. He talked to me in bchool-boy phrase, I g.i\ him meet replies— I mind not what my sense was naught, Or h\ed but in my c\e». could not kiss him as a child. I only touched his hair. Or with my hand his broad brow spanned, But n...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 25 April 1877

•»uWDt»^ -*»f»«.^ -*..*, „M The First Dollar. The following story is true, and must please as well as counsel our young read ers: Many years ago, a gentleman from the town of Methuen, Mass., while on a visit to a prominent merchant in Boston, was asked by the merchant if he knew a boy in Methuen that he could recommend to work in his store. At first the merchant could think of no one, for he knew none but a faithful, honest boy would suit the thrifty merchant. At length, however,he called to mind a boy of excellent charac ter in the neighborhood, but he feared, would hardly do, as his parents were very poor, and he had no, education or other advantages to fit him for such, a position. But the description of the boy's habits pleased the merchant so much that he handed the gentleman a dollar with which to pay the boy's fare to Boston by itage, and requested him to send the lad to the city, and if, on a personal inter view, he should not prove satisfactory, he would pay his fare back h...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 25 April 1877

THE GRANGE ALVANGE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 25,1877. II. H. YOUNG, EDITOR. The Governor's Proclamation- Some "Sons of Monkeys" up in the "Athens of the Northwest," (and we mean no disrespect in call ing them thus, inasmuch as they profess faith in the "development theory" of Mr. Darwin and claim to have sprung from that source,) Whew what a long parenthesis As we were sa ing, some of these quadrutoana in the goodly city aforesaid, in which sawdust doth abound, are seriously distressed be cause his Excellency, Governoi Pillsbury, hath set apart the 26th day of this month for a day of fast ing and prayer for deliverance from the grass-hopper scourge. They are so greatly exercised that their plaints fill columns in the St. Paul papers and make up tor omis sions of the humoious departments in said prints, for their productions are almost as pointless as the ordi nary run of newspaper jokes. W can hardly understand what it is of which these developed baboons complain inasmuch as the Govern or,...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 25 April 1877

CORRESPONDENCE. ^^.Contributions for this department are respectfully solicited, and those who aid us in this manner will ha\ our thanks. We have only to aa's writers to avoid personali ties and abuse. Texas Letter. BRAZOS BOTTOMS, TEXAS, April 4th, 1877. Friend L. According to promise I will write yon a few lines. I am as you see in the Brazos river country and am in good health and spirits. I get the GRANGE ADVANCE regularly every week and it is a welcome visitor. I often think of remarks I have some times heard in regard to local papers. I have heard men say: 0, these local papers must be supported, I suppose, but for news give me the Chicago Tribune, or the New York Tribune, or some paper of that grade. Now I look at the matter in a different light than I did some time ago. I find that the ADVANCE is more eagerly read than al most any other paper I get hold of now a-days. Perhaps it is because I am a long distance from home, and the paper always brings news from home, but of one...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 25 April 1877

Grange Advance. M. H. ^OUI^U, EDITOR & FSOPRIKTOR. REDWING. MINNESOTA Masonic Gathering:. The Masonic fraternity of Cleveland are making extensive preparations for a triennial conclave of the Grand Encampments of Knights Templars of the United States, to be held in that city on the 28th of August next. Tho Grand Commandery of the Ohio has ex tended an earnest invitation to all subordinate coinmanderies of the United States and Cana da to be present. Quarters have beon provided for lOjOOO Knights. Many citizens not members of the order proffer the committee the freedom of their residences for the enter tainment of visitor*.. It is confidently expect ed this -will be the largest gathering of the kind ever held in this country. BoubtfUl Report of Blaine's Intentions. The Ban Francisco Argument says Blaine has written a set of resolutions of which a gentleman in that city has a copy. The reso lutions propose to establish a grand court of arbitration to consider all questions that ma...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 25 April 1877

«A THING OF BEAUTY." A thing of beauty''—what¥ A lovely flower! But see. beueatn the heavy dropping shower ito fair leaves fall, its day of bcautj s^onc, And nothing lclt to hide its secret*tliorn. "A thing of beauty"—what* A Boft moon beam? The dark'ninjr cloud dispels it like a drcain. A happy bird that warbles on the wing? The sportsman'b shot—and it hath ceased to sing. '•A thing of beauty "—what? A human face? A human form with cverv motion grace? Disease will change the wannest blush to snow, Where then are the eternal jovs that spring Krom the bright vision of some beauteous thing? leop, deep within the heart the treasure lies, And we can still gaze on with closed eyes. *Tis thus the pictures of the long ago Keep fresh and fair, though we're no longer so. 'Tis thus some little, drj, and time-brown'd flower Brings back the beautj of some past sweet hour. And so another beam from yonder moon, ,Another bird-song in another June, May take us back to outh's bright lairy land Where...

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. — 25 April 1877

LOCAL MATTERS. RED WING, APRIL 25, 1877. Railroad Time Table. T4io trains on tho C. M. a nil St. Paul, railroad depart irom tho Red Wing depot, as follows: GOING KAST: Freight at 2-40 a.m. Passsen'r 12:10 p. m. .it S 23 a. m. 9.27 p.m. GOING WKST: Freight at 12 20 a. in, Passeng'r 4.15 a. at 5-15 p. ui. I 3.40 p. Chicago and North-Western Rail way. Time of departure of Passenger Trains from Winona, in effect January, 1876: Leave for Chicago and the East, 4:50 p. in. Lea\ for Chicago nad the AVest, 12:20 u. in. Stage Lines. Stages leave this city as follows: For Cannon Falls, daily, at two o'clock, p. m. from National Hotel. For Zuinbrota, daily, at two o'clock p. in. from National hotel. For Hader, Kenyon and Faribault, Tues days, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 o'clock, a. m. from Batlo hcuse For Bay City, Esdaile and Ellsworth, Wis., Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2 p. m. from National hotel. For Trenton, Diamond Bluff, Prescott and River Falls, Wis., Tuesdays and Satur days, at 2 o'clo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 2 May 1877

Terms o£ Subscription. Single Copj. per yeir $2 00 Five Copies to one .iddre-s "." Ten V) 00 !£F*Subscriptions mu*t be paid in advance in all cases. RATES. 1 column. 1 3 ear, $140, 1 month, ^l it» :-o. 10 y.o, 6 1-16" 25, 4 1 inch 16. Special notices in editorial columns, 15 '•ent* per line, for first inertiDn, and after, "wards in special notice column, at 5c per line. The date following the name in the ad dress is the t.ine of the commencement of *he subscription not paid for. —Judge Schreffer, of the United States court in Utah, has dismissed the divoice suit biought bv Ann Fliza against Brigham Young on the ground that there was no mar riage. Inasmuch as Young as al ready married eighteen times, and this women knew that fact, the com "nghth declared that her union -with him was not maniage. It is about time that the status of this woman was established, and that she should recognize the fact that she, too, was guilt) of wrong in consummating -\lllfuly an illegal marriage. She ca...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 2 May 1877

cncxtrMttaao THRE E SONGS. fc'rom thy Boston Traavlpt. If some time thousdiotildst chance to And these Songs Years hence in some forgotten place, Blaekri banded for tender grace, And winded memories" should Come in throngs, Like clouds around a breezy mountain lake, Not of the riter—but of days About which sheeny memory plays— Reracmbor that he Wrote them for thy sake. The thought of thee !•-. sweeter to me Than the breath of the rose In the garden close. Where the merry breezes play, And the songs of the bird And the bee are heard All the livelong summer day. And when the north wind blows \iul roars around the gable— 'Then before me on the tabic Like a Ihing ruby glows, All the winter-tide, a rose. Hut the thought of thee l* sweeter to me Than the breath of the rose. II. Thou art my lily, my pearl Thou art my ilower and my gem, And 1 en\y no king, dear girl, I en\y no king, ilis glittering diadem. 1 'lore's a gl.is-s of rare, pale wine, With it heart, like thine, aflame, And 1 d'-i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 2 May 1877

How They Got Even. A practical joke was played nearly 30 years ago at a cocking-raain in Havana by some sailors belonging to an American man-of-war. The sailors had been bet ting and losing day after day at the cock pit, which was the amusement that they most affected, until they were all left without a cent. In that plight the sail ors were when the man-of-war was or dered off to San Francisco. A number of months afterward the vessel returned to Havana, and the Jack Tars had fully matured a scheme for vengeance. Draw ing all their pay, and borrowing all the money they could in addition, atf the first shore-leave they started for the cock-pit, carrrying with them their gold and a bag, about which they preserved a great deal of mystery. Some of the ship's officers surmising that something was in the wind, followed, but not even to them was the sailors' se cret divulged. Scarcely had they reached the pit when an excited Spaniard sprang into the little arena, where a battle had just en...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 2 May 1877

THE GBANG3 ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY. MAY. 2, 1877. II. II. YOUNG, EDITOR. War in Europe. The war Ix-tween Russia and Tuikey has commenced. In the first fight which took place a: 'iYhu rukson a few da).* ago, the Traks won the victoiy. The indications are that Russia will put foith her best erfoits. and that she intends absorbing the entire Turkish terri tory in Ian ope and a large slice of that in Asia, we ha\e no doubt. She is ambitious of attaining com mercial supremacy, and to do this must be able to command a loute to southern Asia. Possessed of this •advantage and of the Amour ri\cr in Sibeiian Asia, she will be able to control the ti ade of China and Japan, as well as of the Inches, and will be in a position to dictate terms to the rest of the wot hi. Turkey alone stands in the way of her speedy ownership of a route across southern Asia to the Indian ocean, and if permitted to oveithiow that power, she may intiench heiself up on its tenitoiy and bid defiance to the nations of wester...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 2 May 1877

CORRESPONDENCE. ^a-Contributions for this department are respectfully solicited, ami th=se who aid us in this manner will have our thanks. Wo have only to as1 writers to avoid personali ties and abuse. Washington Letter. "WASiuxGTiiN, April 25th, 1877 The Marquis de Chamln-uu & a vol untary French exile, whose wife is the daughter of Lafayette, lie is the au thor of a book called Le pouring Execu ted aux Etats Utiis, which was pub lished in New York, and he was inti mate with 8111111101' and Schurz, was for awhile the attorney of the French Le gation and may be now for aught I know to the contrary. At all events this is what the Marquis de Chamburu says of the present Master and Mistress of the Executive Mansion. "The Presi dent is a great improvement over every thing have seeu in this position, and his lady would pass for her rank in our country." Could they have a higher compliment? There is much distress in our citv just now. because of the wholesale dis charge of employees i...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 2 May 1877

Grange Advance. U. H. YOUNG, EDITOR & FROFR1KTOR. REDWING. MINNESOTA SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL NEWS. ltuaala Declare* War. The Omar's manifesto to the people and the army was promulgated on the 24th the following is its text: Our faithful and be loved Bubjecte know the strong interest we have constantly felt in the destinies of the op pressed Christian population of Turkey. Our desire to ameliorate and assuage their let has been shared by the whole Nation, which now shows itself ready to bear fresh sacrifices to alleviate the position of the Christians in the Balkan peninsular. The blood and property of our faithful subjects have always been dear to us, and our whole reign attests our-constant solicitude to preserve to Russia the benefits of peace. This solicitude never failed to actuate ns during the deplorable events in Herzegovina, Bosuia and Bulgaria. Our object before all was to effect the amelior vation in the position of the Christains in the East by means of pacific negotia...

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