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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 23 May 1877

Minnesota Matters. D.VKOTV. Tuesday, Mav 12th, was observed as Decoration* Day in Hrt»tinu.... Mr. and Mrs. J. Proctor, of Hasting celebrated thclt* crystal wedding- (lifteenth anniversary) on Thursday The new city council of Hustings elected the following officers for the ensuing vear: Attorney—J. N. S.-arles Treasurer—J. *C. Norton: Street Commissioner—Lv, L. Par sons Assessor—D. F. Lan gley. Samuel White was appointed chiei-of-policc.... A car-load of ties was consumed on the Hastings aud Dakota Railroad on Saturday. Tlie work of an incen diary. housebreaker entered Rev S. Sterrett's residence in Hastings, Wednesday night, and with pistols' at the head of that gentleman robbed him of $86 in money, a watcli, and other articles, aggregating §150 in value. The scoundrels were masked, and are still at large. The wife of Mr. S. is severe ly ill in consequence of the shock to her nerv ous system. Mr. Sterrett is the Methodist minister at Hastings. WATOXW VX. A County Sabbath-School Con...

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. — 23 May 1877

THE GBANG E ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY. MAY. 23,1877. II. H. YOUNG, EDITOR. Another Objector. Hon. Ebenezer Ayers opposos the settlement of the old railroad bonds, and sets forth his objections as follows: 1st, The loan amendment was illegal. It affected to amend a constitution, which had forbidden tno loaunig of State cicdit for purposes of internal improvement. The constitution under which Minnesota w.is ad mitted did not contain the pretended amend ment, which was never forwarded to Wash ington. Would Mr. Ayers urge a kindled objection to the payment of a pri vate debt Is not this a quibble of which an body but a shystering pet tifogger would be ashamed We can assure Mr. Ajers that it is not true, but that, notwithstanding its informality, this amendment had all the force of any other provision ot the State constitution. 2d. The election to ratify the amendment was without authority, being held before the torritonty was admitted into the Union as a State. Besides, the pretended election ...

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. — 23 May 1877

COEEESPONDENCE. ^^.Contributions for thia department are reapeotfully solicited, and those who aid us in this manner will have our thanks. We hare only to as'i writers to avoid personalis ties and abuse. Washington Letter. WASINHGTON, J. C. May 16, 1877, The President, through the Depart ment of State, has sent Captain Foote, df Nova Scotia, a magnificent gold watch as a testimonial in recognition of his gallantry and humanity displayed in the rescue of the crew of the Amen can schooner, Richard Rhodes. Gen. F. Butler's nephew Col. Geo. H. Butler, who was recently appointed special agent of the Post Office Depart* ment to the Black Hills, got drunk on the way there and he was removed. It is stated that the vacancy will not be filled, and the Postmaster (general says there will be further reduction in the force, on account of the smallness of the appropriation. Secretary Key says that he sees no way but to discontinue the postal money order system till nee* essary appropriation is ma...

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. — 23 May 1877

Grange Advance.? B. H. YOUNG, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. REDWING. MINNESOTA SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL NEWS. Discourtesy to tlie President. An incident that transpired at the rc reception given by ex-Gov. Morgan to Presi dent Hayes in New York on Tuesday has been reported. The two Russian Grand Dukes were invited and attended for a few moments, but were guilty of the discourtesy of leaving before the arrival of the President, for whom the reception was given, and who was men tioned in the iuvitation cards. The Grand Duke Alexis on going away expressed regret at being compelled to leave without seeing the President, but the regret is looked upon by many as a rather thin covering for a pro ceeding that can hardly be sanctioned either by social or diplomatic etiquette. When they paid their adieu to Gov. Morgan the latter bogged them to remain longer, because the President had promised to arrive at a certain time, which was only a few moments distaut. The Grand Duke, stated that the reason fo...

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. — 23 May 1877

A FOGGY MGHT. A broad, blue river, rippling and spark ling- on its way to the sea. Widening, too. as it flowh on, first between high wooded banks, then by low-lying farms, and then, just before it reaches the nar row inlet, spreading out into almost a lake. Here the stream is broken into many channel* by sedgy islands half cov ered at high Mater. Flocks of snipe and red-winged blackbirds fly to and fro, or settle down among the sedge, their red epaulettes glancing gaily in the dark green or against the clear blue sky. Among the islands the watere rushes deep and swift at ebb-tide hurrying down to meet the bieukcr» the "white sea-horses" that gallop in o\er the bar, toeing their flowing manes, and at Hood-tide going bat with almost equal force to where the wide -tream How more gently over -o.mh slui«lo-\\s -mil into deep coves and oend\ on the low shore. On each *uh of the river are flat mea dow lands, covered with rich swamp gra^se, in very shade of purple, green and brown Here arid...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 23 May 1877

LOCAL MATTERS. RED WING, MAY 23, 1877. —Locals on fifth page. —.The new mills are progressing rapidly, and the frames will soon be ready to raise. —Wacouta giange is rapidly increas ing in membership, new members being added constantly. —Inhaling hot vapors of ''Forest Tar Solution" will cure Asthma. Catarrh, and is best for the Lungs. ,—Mr. L. S. Fieldby has re-opened his agricultural machine agency, corner of Main and Broad streets. —.Our country friends tell us that the recent rains have started all sorts of vegetation to growing rapidly. —A little money will buy more Clothing, and that of a better quality, at Eisenbrand's than at any other place that you can find. —Mr. Williams' fancy building on Third street, -next to the Centennial is nearly finished. It is to be occupied by Hudson & Delano, for their hard ware store. —Mr. F. Kreiger has his grocery store, corner of East avenue and Hay Creek Valley road, open and ready for customers. He has a good stock for the trade be ex...

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. — 30 May 1877

VOL. IV. he Llqwjor EKe .shore vve publish a full report ot the pro,f,eih"gs the C/y mn il on ev li'.g, when adduce with T. rnyiest 01 the Mavo.-, the liquor seller* .vere preheat force. J. he pur pose of "h-* i-i i^ig thc^o pt) pie to be *Vra s-^ms t3 ha\e bo«n to talk wirh them 0DU: the impropeuty jf tolling city orJ nances, a matter not at all germane to his position nor with in the province of the council, ani it oc curred tD us that the daalers appreciated this an 1 ii\n'feated a proper spirit of resentment. They certainly ga.e Mr. Sterrext to understand that hey vve*e not children who "light be scolded into obedience by the City Fathers, or even spanked by the Mayor himself, re sponsible m°n, k'lo.ving r.ght from wrong and deserwng to be punished ac cording to the law for violations uf the provisions of the law. The people of Red Wing elect a May. or and Council to manage the -ity's business, enact ordinances for the pre servation of order and health, and per form other duties...

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. — 30 May 1877

[From the Northwestern Chronicle.! LETTER FROM GEN. SIBLEY. A Complete and Reliable Statement of Facts Connected with the History of the State Railroad Bonds. Karnrat Appeal from One or the Foun drs of the State mid Her Pin Governor. Editor of the Northwestern Chronicle: I have been requested to prepare for your t'olumns a statement of the facts connected with the history of the State railroad bonds, and I have consented to do so, notwithstanding the hackneyed nature of the subject, because of the importance of the pending amendment for the settlement of these obligations, and the further consideration that very many of your readers arc old friends and acquaintances of mine, who cannot be induced to believe that I would willfully mislead them. It is well known that the constitutional amendment which authorized the issue of these bonds to certain railroad corporations was adopted in 1858, by the overwhelming ma jority, in round numbers, of 35,000 yeas to 7,000 nays. The amendment, by...

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. — 30 May 1877

RUSSIA'S WAR WITH TURKE\. The following is the official account ol the battle of Ardahaii, telegraphed by General Milikoff to Grand Michael: Th out works of Ardahan, it* fortification, citadel, sixty ru!fe, stores of provisions and ammunition and the a formerly occupied bv fourteen battalions of Turks, lie at the feet of the Czar. O Ma l~t the admirable flreof our artillery between three and o'clock in the afternoon made a breach of the walls. At o'clock the Erwan Titlis and Baker regiments and the sappers advanced to the assault. Th could not withstand the onslaught, and fled, leaving a great number of dead. A nine o'clock our troops traversed the town and fortifications. Th troops are full of en thusiasm. Ou loss i* believed to be one officer and 50 soldiers killed, 4 officers and 180 soldiers wounded I cannot find sufficient words of praise for the courage and coolness of our soldiers, or for the disposition of "troops a by officers." he fall of Ardaha is a great advantage to the...

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. — 30 May 1877

THE GSANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY. MAY. 30,1S77. II. II. YOUNU, EDITOR. The Old Bonds Again. Our reader will iini1. ol-cuiioie ID this week's pape. a leltei fioni Hon. II. H. Sible\, or. the question of the old railroad bonds. (Jen. SiLli.\ was Go\ei.ui ii i'.ic biaU* .a tune thi. Lands v. ..re issued ivd signed tlvm officially as(Ln ^'w duty. lie ua-5 nece^Aiily cugiiL-, ant of:?n ,] lteo pamctnai^ a*te dr. what he tiv their isM'ah^e says dc.e'\es member ha\ in nd, htnee, attention, hac' •-eve'a' com sations wl-h him ihuing 1859 and i860 touching this sub_,ecl, JI.C! fiom him we deilv 1 a good deal of the in fomratiori upon which we based OLD own opii O'lx in the letter lefei led to, he might have enlaiged up on what he ciAo abor.L the nev-,pa per comments affecting the ciedlt Of the bonds, and pi eventing their ne gotiation in the eastern markets, but he probably felt that it would hardly be proper for him to do th!-, because of the position he held at the time. It is true, neverthele...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 30 May 1877

CORRESPONDENCE. ^^.Contribution for this deunitment aro respectfully solicited, and those who am us in this manner will hat our thanks. Wo have only to as': writers to avoid personalis ties and abuse. Washington Letter. WASHINGTON, P. 0. May-J, ^77 Hon. Dan'I Chamberlain of South Carolina, once opulent, .spent his entire fortune in his vain nlu for the Gov ernorship of his State, and now, has left Iris home and entered into compact with a flourishing law firm in Xew \ork. President Hayes ha-« offered him several quite prominent offices, ail of which have been declined. List week he was orfered the Solicitor-ship of the Trea^a/v. accorap.mioil by an earnest reques: from the President that he would accept. Chamberlain declined, however, with the explanation that his i.iind w\3 fully made up not to re-en:er political life in any May until his for tune wa* re made, and that he had al ready en^a^f1 in what was far more advantageous professionally and pe cuniarily than the offered sohcito...

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. — 30 May 1877

Grange Advance. U. H. 10UNG, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. KKDWINi MINNESOTA Crazy-Horse Surrender*. The Indian chief Crazy-Horse, and his band of 000 warriors formally surrendered to Gen. Crook, at Camp Robinson, on the 25th. All the principal men having assembled inside the agency stockade, an interval of silence en sued whUe the Indians arranged the order precedence in speaking, and the counsel was then opened by Crazy-Horse, who is notably a man of few words. Seating himself on the ground in front of the General, he spoke in a low voice as follows: You sent tobacco to my camp to invite me to come in. When the to bacco reached me I started, and kept on mov ing until I reached here. Ever since my arriv al here my face has been turned toward the fort and my heart has been happy. In coining this way I picked out the place where I wish ^to live hereafter,and I put a stake in the ground to mark the spot. There is plenty of game in that country. All these relatives of mine that are here app...

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. — 30 May 1877

THE GOOD-BY. MY tEMUsSET. Come Into the garden and walk with me, While dancers whirl to that dreamy time, See, the moonlight silvers the sleeping sea, And the world is fair as a night June. Let me hold your hand as I used to do, This is the"last, last time you know, I For to-morrow a wooer oomes to WOO And win you, though I love you so. Oh! it is because we must part to-night That the music seems so sad?ah me You are crying, love, and your lips arc white, Oh! the ways of life area mystery. I love you, love, with a love so true That in coming years I'll not forget The beautiful form' and face I knew, And the thought willahvayshold regret. I shall stand by the sea as I stand to-night, And think of the vision Avhosc brightness died, When winter's frost fell chill and white On the fairest flower of the summer tide. They are calling you. Must I let you go? Must I say good-by and go my way It* you must go it is better so, Good-by's such a sorrowful word to say. Give me, my love, one last ...

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. — 30 May 1877

LOCAL MATTERS. RED WING, MAY 31', IST7. Hailroad Tinp Table. The train* on !K- ('.. M. :i»il St. I'uul. railroad depart from the Re I Wmy: doj.ot. as follows C.OIM. Freight nt '.I-'«(' a. us. rass-on'r 1-IOp.ui. ar 12: iO a., m. '.::?(' i. :i.. Frci^'it ::t '-10 a. m. I l'.i^sop^'r 12:Jr |. m at il) ji. n. :!.J .!. m. At the Auction Stci"e, Ml ^1C HALL BLOCK, There uili 1H» a reat closing out sale, I'oinineniMii!^ •Juno 1st and eontiiuvii thiriy .hi\ s.. 'L'hc stock is all new, bought especially for this market, and is composed of choice and desirable i^oods. If ym want a nice dress of cashmere of any color, basket snoods, suitings, ulapaeas. brilliantines, poplins of every -hade, Scotch plaids in black and white or bright colors, Marguerite suitings, icc.f or in white goods and linens the -took cannot be beaten. Piques vietorino and bishops lawns, Swiss muslins, line suits, &c, and full line sf shawls, all of which will he closed out. Parasols, fringes, ladies' neck-tie*, .hosi...

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. — 6 June 1877

—The evidence in the Kate Noonan trial shows amongst other things cruel neglect of duty on the partof the officers having charge of the jail in Minneapolis, as well as heartless brutality on the part of her seducer and his relatives and friends. It seems that the latter procured her arrest for following him on the streets and demanding reparation for the inquiries he had inflicted upon her, and while she was in jail, helpless and unable to avoid the in terview, one of Sidle's emissaries named Emmett was permitted to vis it her and msult her grossly. She called the officer to her assistance and succeeded in having the brute ejected, but not until she had been humiliated deeply by his indecent conduct. Even after this she was suffered to remain all night in a cold cell, although committed for no oth er offence than that she was trouble some to. a miserable scoundrel who had ruined her, and her appeals for fire to warm by were disregarded. After all this and after she had suf fered oth...

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. — 6 June 1877

THE GUEST. Out of the great world's rush and din There came a guest. The inner court he entered in, And sat at rest. Then on the wild tide of affairs The gates were closed Afar the hungry crowd of cares In peace reposed. Then through the dim doors of the paej All clear they came, Visions of boyhobd floating fast— His mother's name. All that this loud world calls the best I'd give," he said, "To feel her hand—on her dear breast To lean my head. I cry within the burdened day, What joy, what joy Within her arms to flee away, Once more her boy!" Across the face that knows no fear A shadow swept fast, As if a following angel near That moment passed. Man's, strength is weakness after all, He stood confessed None quite can still the heart's wild call, None quite are blessed. Out to the great world's rush and din Ha* srone lny truest The battle-path, the praise men in, Are his, not rest. Far out within the world's turmoil A strong man stands, «^"-«»-w Uphold in triumph and in toil, By angel...

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. — 6 June 1877

«**b*«*W»ir»l»«-» vtst A yf r% A The Old Bachelor. How the old bachelor comes to be a bachelor is often a puzzle. It is rarely^! poverty that has kept him a celibate, for poor men almost invariably marry. It can scarcely be insensibility to beauty, for the old lady is far too much of a hidy's man for his years. It must be pure self ishness that has kept him single. He has been unwilling to give up any of the little habits and luxuries which make up his ideal of comfort, lie hasfelt his dis inclination to sacrifice his tastes or accom modate his ways to those of other persons. He has been all his life his .own center and his own circumference, and,, although his own circumference may be^ large, if you look at it in the light of waist, it is not wide as an orbit of thought. Yet his thoughts never stray beyond it. This is at once the reason which has kept him single, and the reason why he ought to have married. By the compression which society en forces, his selfishness, intense at the...

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. — 6 June 1877

1 T10B a&ANGE ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY. JUNK. 6,1877. H, H. YOUNG. EDITOR. The Minnesota State Railroad TV /$* Voters of G^dhiififounty: The undersigned bldlreMdents and taxpayers of said who have not now, and have neve* had any personal interest in the bond^ of this State linown as the^ Slaffe Railroai Bond*.," ask your attention^ for a mo* ment while they give brje^y a tew of the many reasons which, to them seem unanswerable why tKe plan for the adjustment and s|t$einent of this vexed bond question presented to the people of the State for adop tion or rejection by them, on the I2th of June next, should be adopted. i. At home and abroad, the Opin ion (in vhich we concur,) among jurists, lawyers and business men is well nigh universal, that the State is legally liable for the amount of these bonds with the accumulated interest. 2. Giving full force and effect to all the equitable facts and circum stances that those who are opposed to this plan of adjustment urge against it, we cannot ...

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. — 6 June 1877

COESBSPONDSNCB. ^^.Contributions for this department »w rvapnotfally aolioited, and those who aid ia this manner will have our thanhs. We have only to atfc writers to avoid personal!* tieeaad abuse. Washington Letter. WASHINGTON, May 30th, 1877. Private citizens as well as publio of ficers and politicians have been talkirig much daring the last weeks of the Chis holm tragedy ia Mississippi and the similarly atrocious one in Louisiana. Considerable discontent: frdra various quarters has been making itself tqanU feat through the proas, because- the President has taken no steps to avenge or investigate the matter.' It has be9n generally supposed that the reason why the administration remained silent on the subject was that the matters were both peculiarly local and the action on them depends upon the Governors of those States. This, however, can hard, ly be the case. The government can net have been insensible to the horrors of such proceedings and whatever may have been the motives or...

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. — 6 June 1877

Grange Advance, h. H. YOUNG, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. RKD VYING. MINNESOTA SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL MEWS. K« rr««ld*BtUriint A a A London telegram of May 80th, gives the following programme: Ex-President Grant will dine? with the Duke of Wellington June 2. The Duke, in tendering the Invitation said it seemed to him to be a fit thing that Gen. Grunt's first dinner in London should be at Apsley Housewith the Duke of Wellington. A subsequent invitation from Earl Beacons field for the same day was deferred to a date not yet fixed. A reception will be given the General at United States Minister Pierrepont's residence on the 5th of June, and a dinner and, reception at Lord Houghton's on the 7th. He will attend the Ascot races on the 13th of June. On the 16th he will dine at Kensing ton Palace with the Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorue, on the 21st at Minister Pierrepont's with the Prince of Wales, and on the 26th at Mr. Pierrepont's with the Duke of Cambridge. Seven other invitations...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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