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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 11 July 1877

PAT1ENC*.. Beside the toilsome way, Lonely and dark, by fruits and flowers un blest, Which my orn teet tread sadly, day by day, Longinti in vain for rest, An ansrel slowly walks, With pale, sweet face, and eyes eas-t meekly down, The while, from withered leaves and rlowerless stalks, She wea\es my fitting crown. A sweet and patient grace, A look of firm endurance true and tried, Of suffering meekly borne, rests on her face— So pure, so glorified. And when my fainting heart Desponds and murmur* at its adverse fate, Then quietly the angel's bright lips part, Whispering softly," Waitf" "Patience!" she sweetly saith— The Father's, mercies never come too late: Gird thee itli patient strength and trusting faith. Vnd firm endurance—wait!" Angel, behold, I wait, Wearing the thorny crown through all life's hours— Wait till thy hand shall ope the eternal gate, And change thorns toflower». TH E BOYS IN THE BELFRY. BY DAISY DALE. The streets and housetops of a great city were powdered with snow...

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 July 1877

LOCAL MATTERS. RED WING, JULY I, 1877. Railroad Time Table. The trains on the M. and St. Paul. railroad depart from the Red Wing depot, as follows GOIMi EAST: Freight at t:40 a. in. Passsen'r 1:40 p.m. at 12:40 a. ill. i:3l' p. m. UOINO WKsr: Freight at 4:10 a. in. Passeng'r 12:J." p. ni. 44 at 2-10 p. m. S:.").") a Stage Lines. Stages leave this city as follows: For Cannon Falls, daily, at two o'clock, p. in. from National Hotel. For Zumbrotn, daily, at two o'clock p. in. from National hotel. For Hader. Kenyon and Faribault. Tues days, Thurd.i) and Saturdays at 7 o'clock, a. m. from Batlo house For Bay City, Ksdailo and Ellsworth, Wis Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2 p. in., from National hotel. For Trenton. Diamond Bluff, Prescott and River Falls. Wis., Tuesdays and Satur days, at 2 o'clock p.m trom Ratio house* Steamers for M. Louts and intermediate points at 7 o'clock p. in., daily. —Pianos and Organ moved in any part cf the city, at reasonable rates, by S. W. Soberis. Le.ive order...

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 July 1877

The P. of H. Harvest Feast. Xs The committee appointed by the Pomona Grange, No. 3, of this county, to prepare a programme for tLe Ha neat Feast and Fair to be Jield at Hay Creek September next, met on Friday last and agreed upon the following, subject to such changes as circumstances may ren-beaded. ler necessary The meeting will be commenced on Thursday, September 20th, at 8 clock, a m., and from that hour till noon will be spent in receiving and arranging articles offered for exhibition. The Harvest Feast will take place at noon on Thursday, continuing thl two o'clock, p. m. 2 hose who participate will bring the.r own pro visions, but it is intenried to have them spread upon a cimmon table 'which will be sufficiently large to accommodate all. At two o'clock the company will assemble in the hail, when the form al ceremonies will take place. This ^ill consist of singing by the choir and prayer, after which there will be an oration, but the committee is not yet prepared to announce ...

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 July 1877

Grange Advance. M. H. YOUNG, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. REDWING. MINNESOTA SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL NEWS. (Strong Testimony In tne O a The Senate investigating committee has for several days been at work in Oregon, investigating the election of Senator Grover. The first evidence of importance is given in the following associated press telegram from Portland, on the 9th: The investigating com mittee yesterday examined at great length W. H. N. StUea. He testified that he was a Dem ocrat and aetedwith that party in Salem. He organized a Tilden and Hendricks club and was secretary of the club during the cam paign was in fav'or of S. F. Chadwick first, and after that Grover, and worked for him some among the Democrats who were in favor of Nesmith. There were five or six Dem ocrats who would not go to the caucus think it was generally understood by Graver's friends that I was for him for Senator was never in Grover's private rooms saw Gro ver in conversation with Gilfrey at the Chcm etka hote...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 18 July 1877

A STRANGE BANK ROBBERY. Mo tlu^crim? W I Ti^ct^K t« Ui« Trt«*«t TiMvelw**." BY ANNIE A. A ,- ..PRESTON_T BST A lemarkably intelligent black mastiff witK| at night. If a stranger came around" hq' would howl like apaik of artillery, but he was. nfeyei*known to bark at'one with whom he was familhir. "Everything" in? the bank, the morning after the robbery waUauuO. just as it, hadjggnjefjt the afternoon previous.^TJuisafe JVIJS locked nothing had been, flisMrlm,- »nl$—rke money was gone. President Strand and Cashier Moreton, gentlemen of unblemished reputationjiad gone in company that evening to attend a political meeting in an adjacent town, and, on account of the -storm, remained theie o^el• night. They drove home the next morning to find that the bank, whose reliability in every respect was the pride of their hearts, had been robbed in their absence, As is often the^ease with, country banks, whose business isnotlarge" 01 complicated, the president and cashier alone attended to the* c...

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 July 1877

IE GRANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY. JULY. 18,1877. H. H. YOUNG, EDITOR Two Precious Reformers. We are in receipt of two commu nications, neither of which are very complimentary to ourself, signed re spectively A Reformer" and Re former," the writers in both instanc es giving then proper names. These gentlemen have aggrievai.ces ^nd they desire to msh into print, not for the put post* of telling their misfortunes, but to find fault with (those whom they envy. Now, we feel it our duty to say to them, first, that the ADVANCE is not a medium for circulating vituperative epithets and personal abuse and, secondly, that those whom they condemn are a good deal better than themselves and wholly undeserving of the cen sures they deal out to them. They desire to use oiu columns to tell the public how they labored for reform in season and out of season how they blew themselves out of breath in the cause of the dear people" against their oppressors Why, gentlemen, you are egregi ously mistaken. We hav...

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 July 1877

SJRBESPONDEITCE. ^•^Contributions for this department are respectfully solicited, and those who aid us in this maimer will ha\ uur thanks. We have only to as1: writers to avoid personalis ties and abuse. Washingon Letter. WASHINGTON, July 4th, 1877. Our Government is feeling a new dig nity from the courtesies ami honors, juat ly its due, that Merrie Old England is paying it through its ex-President, Gen eral Grant. It seemed, some weeks ago, that no higher compliment could be paid th.m the «ii't presented bv the city of London. I refer to the golden casket containing the freedom of the city and ornamented with our coat-of arms, supported bv American eagles and resting on the fl.ig of our Republic: but late dispatches contain accounts of better still than that. A special per formance was given at tho Royal Ital ian Opera, and when Gen. Grant and party entered, the assembly arose with curtain and Mile Alboni sang "The Star Spangled Banner" with full chorus. The stage was decorated wit...

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 July 1877

LITTLh BROWN MOUSE. I'm only a little brown mouse That liu-s in Min»'bo(lorty'f house. And in that &IMIH* house there's a eat Uut oh, ho! what cue I for that? She sits in the sunshine, And licks her white paws, With one c\ on mc, And one on her claws. How she atehes the crack Where she sees my brown back' But she'll nc\er catch me! For oh, ho! don't you see That I'm just the smartest young mouse That lives any where in the house? I'm only a little brown mouse That In es in somebody's house, And in that same house there is Ro^cr He has chased me the whole house over, And there, too, is fat Baby Tim But oli, ho! what care I for him? When he sprawls on the carpet, And bumps his pink nose, I scamper around him, And tickle his toes. How he kicks and crows! For he knows, oh, he knows, That I'm only a little brown mouse Thatlhes inhis grandmother's house. I'm onlj a little blown mouse That lie& in somebody's house And that Name house there's a clock. That si\s, "Tick-a-tock, tick-a...

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 July 1877

Method* of" Chinese Cruelty. Shanghai Correspondence'&an Francisco Chronicle. The greatest attribute of a Chinese Gen eral is considered to belhis strategy. He is nothing -worth if he tails to lead lus enemy into making a'false step. The hero of the foour on thktaccount is a Gen eral who lea a body of 'troops against a walled city 'held by the insurgents. He besieged thorn, and in due course of time the ypleaded iba terms. JLaudable promises were made foyKhe dozens, the sine qua non being tfoey should lay down their arms. This was done, when, the Gener al's dispatch*.*, inform us, they were im mediately massacred as fast as it was possible to d*$ so, but the leader was "put to death by t&e extreme torture." This consisted in winding a wire very tightly alxnit the entire head and body to the feet, intervals ot an inch being lett be tween each turn. Tlus brong.itthe llesh intr wales, which ware quickly and neatly sliced off by keen knives. The scene end ed by decapitating the ...

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 July 1877

LOCAL MATTERS. RED WING, JULY IS, 1877. Railroad Time Table. The trains on the C. M. and St. Taul. railroad depart from the Red Wing depot, as follows GOING EAST' Freight at 9:40 a.m. Passsen'r 140p.m at 12:40 a. m. 9:3C p. in. GOING WHST: Freight at 4:10 a. in. Passeng'r 12:5." p. m, at 2-10 p. in. 3.55 a. iu, At the Auction Store, MUSIC HALL BLOCK, There will be a great closing out sale, commencing June 1st and continuing thirty days. The stock is all new, bought especially for this market, and is composed of choice and desirable goods. If you want a nice dress of cashmere of any color, basket goods, suitings, alapacas, brilliantines, poplins of every shade, Scotch plaids in black and white or bright color*, Marguerite suitings, &c, or in white goods and linens the stock cannot be beaten. Pique«, victorine and bishops lawns, Swiss muslins, line suits, &c, and a full line sf shawls, all of which will be closed out. Parasols, fringes, ladies' neck-ties, hosiery and trimmings...

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 July 1877

W —W have just received of Rand, McNally 6: Co Chicago, an ad vance copy of their new -war map. It shows Turkey and Russia with all their bordering coantnes ar 1 oider to be able to unde'&tarJ the wai news, e\erybodv shouM have one This is really tne best v,e have seen and be obtained lor the small sum ot t.ven'v h*e cents, postage prepaid Occas ora! Correspondent. ^vkc W July I2th, 77. Editor Gicngc JcLuiue "We will give a few items Lorn this pcuat, thougn items like mon^y are rFC*. In \isiting this city one apt to »arlook most of the improiemeat i\\\' has been mide here withm thf just four or five years. One does not *ee?s many new buildings as you dj in "R^d W.ig lfl walking the same distance, \uz a careful observa tion of the whole ^n^th and breadth of the city sterns a& tint it has improved and quite rapidly at that within the past few years. Some years since the ground just south of the public school building was styled "the prairie." Nov: the same ground is covered wi...

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 July 1877

32£»£! WHAT AUHT DOKCAS DID. I M.V«T VJIW such litre, serene-lookiug old l.uhe«. as Aunt Dorcas and Auui Jane," said iiu 11 Dora Davis, as she sat down with lather, mother and a circle of broth ers and Asters lieibre a winter lire one January day. Too prim and precise for my taste," spoke up Joe, the scapegrace of the family. 1 never see them but what I faucy they were born in short aprons and white cap^. Dora, if you don't help me out with this calculation, I'm ruined en tirely." '•Then you must be ruined.young man," said Mr. Davis, turning toward him. I notice your sister helps you out too fre quently." Joe made a comic gesture of resigna tion, then lifting his right hand, he ex claimed I am oiu Whom the \51e blows and buffet N of the world Have SMI meen-ed that I am reckless what I do to ^yite the world!" in so tragic a manner that the pater familias turned away to hide a smile, while the rest of the little circle shouted with Lmghter. Then Joe made pretense to dash away any quan...

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 July 1877

.1 The Art of Listening. Persons who talk well are always in danger of talking too much the better they talk the greater the danger. Nearly all men and women who have gained the reputation of eminent conversationalists have been little less than monologists,and monologue is as deadly a foe to conversa tion as incurable stupidity. "We get tired after a while, of hearing the most eloquent speech, if it comes from one mouth, and we inwardly pray for what has been aptly called, a few flashes of silence. How many brilliant people there are in society whom all their acquaintances fear on account of their gift of utterance! Everybody dreads to broach a subject, lest the sparkling talker should exhaust it and his hearers, and still be talking on. The passion lor .speech, like other passions grows by indulgence, and at a certain stage of development becomes so morbid as to require neither sympathy nor response. It is related of Macaulay, that having been introduced to, and driving a distance...

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. — 25 July 1877

TJIE GBANGrE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY. JULY. 25, 1877. H. H. YOUNG, EDITOR More Producing Laborers. We want more producers of the first necessaries of life—farmers, and not so many merchants and middle men. The Grange in its teachings emphatically asserts it is the surplus they are opposed to, and not tl\»t this class of the community are not necessary. The over-importation of goods during the Last year, aud the number of men who have been em ployed in their sale and the capital •directed in this channel, have been the cause of the present, what is called, hard times. The wholesale merchants over-impoit, depending, of course, for their sales on the en ergy and push of their agents they rush goods to retail merchants and they, in turn, deal out the farmer on credit, and he being the last link in the chain bears all the burden of the system. The Gran gers have tiied to correct this un certain commercial business of the country by paying cash, that is. by urging upon every farmer to guide hi...

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. — 25 July 1877

Oration by B. B. Herbert, DELIVERED AT TUE CENTENNIAL IMC NIC CROUNDS, JULY 4 After the reading of the Declaration of Independence, Mr. Herbert was in troduced and spoke substantially as fol lows: Friends: we are gathered here to-day from our homes, our fields, shops and offices, in this beautiful natural grove, planted by the hand of Him, who ruleth the destiny of nations, as he causeth the plants and trees to grow, and we are met to celebrate one of the greatest events in the history of the world. An event, great not only on account of the trying circumstances, surrounding its accomplishment, the principles at stake and the goal had in view, but by reason of the glorious results that have followed and that must tollow until time shall be no more. I have no sympathy with those who, vastly honored with eitizehship in this glorious, free land, would discourage the patriotic observance of this day. It is a day full of the memories of the great deeds of a noble and justly world re nown...

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. — 25 July 1877

Grange Advance. H. H. \OUNG, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. REDWlNl*. MINNESOTA SUMMARY OP THE GENERAL NEWS. •"Meetinjrot'Wpfitern Associated Prtim he annual meeting of the Wester Associated Press was held at Detroit Mich., on the 18th inst. The attendance was larger than on any former meeting for ten years. A largo number of ladies accompanied the members and joined them in a delightful ex cursiou upon the river. The thanks of the Association were voted to members of the Detroit press for their kind attentions. Reports of officers were made, which showed the af fairs of the association to be in an admirable condition. The following board of directors was elected: Jos. Medill, Chicago Tribune Richard Smith, Cincinnati Gazette W. N. Jlaldeman, Louisville Courier-Journal A. J. Keller, Memphis Avalanche D. M. Hauscr, St. Ix»is Globe-Democrat W. W. Armstrong, Cle eland PhtUudcalcr J. F. Mack, Sandusky JtejLster. The board afterwards met and or ganized by election of the following officers: Pr...

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. — 25 July 1877

,Mako Your Own Way. David Spi'i-r* was taking his smoke. Perhaps the long clay pipe looked a lit tle iueongruouC with the handsomely furnished room and the massive silver plate on the mahogany side-board. But for that matter he was an incongruity—a little, common-looking man, not very well dressed. Certainly a very wide contrast to the handsome, st\ lish-looking young fellow who interrupted his reverie by a frank and noisy: '•Good-evening, uncle. Can I talk awhile with you?" "That depends, Robin, on what you're garni to talk aboot." "You know. uncle,that Aleck Lang and I have been long friends." '•I have heard so I don't know it." '•"Well, A\e have. To-day Aleck came to teil me that he is going into the carpet weaving business in Kilmarnock. He in tends to buy Thomas Blackie out." '•He'!1 need tome bawbees for that." "Hi fathei -v*ill help, and he a&ked me to in him. What do vou think about ur '•How long have been wi' Hastie?" "Five jears." And how much have you saved Well, to t...

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 July 1877

(Continued from ubh Pago.) party dissensions, which in different ages and countries has perpetrated the most horrid enormities, is itself a Ifrightful despotism. It serves al ways to distract the public councils, and enfeebles the public administra tion. It agitates the community •with ill founded jealousies and false alarms kindles the animosity of one part against another foments occasional riot and insurrection. A fire not to be quenched, it de .mands a uniform vigilance to pre vent its burning into a flame, lest instead of warming it -should con sume. Through all these dangers our •country has thus far safely passed. The purest and best men of the two great political parties discerned and fully realized the terrible evils threatening our .very existence, and in the Centennial year of our inde pendence, met in two great political conventions. The struggle between the dirier •ent portions was sharp and protract •ed, but the honest patriots were in both instances victorious, and tw...

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. — 1 August 1877

VOL. IV. —The nots urowm^ out of the rulroid stnkt^ Im cta^ed and ordei IN lestoitri IIIK is'due to the ficts that some mstancts, the de mauds ot the worknnn In\e been ac ceded to and tint the woikmen weie themselves generall) opposed to not ng and destruction of propeitv and did not want to seem to be parties to such outlaw rv 'I he evcesses of the mob tended more to defeat the impose of the workmen than all othei causes combined, and it is to be hoped tint then manh conduct piompth expiessmg disappim al ot and in aiding to suppiessthc mobs, v»'ll be allowed to operate as a strong ufluence in then fnot Could and a feu otheis of a dtnnndim, a niomich), the onh pre\ entn of such scenes ha\e ltcentlv occuired ourstance 1-rge cities It is a fortunate thing ic- Mr Gould and his fnends that ie have Lved a fiet countiv foi lie last twenU ai oi so the) ruii.ht otherwise be seiving the State striped liveij, foi, a lepublic, tieie is moi chance foi the rich as vv ell as for the poor to escap...

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. — 1 August 1877

Grange Advance. H. H. YOUNG, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. RKDW'iKG MINNESOTA SUMMARY OF THE GENERALNEWS. Tl««» Inbor Iieaicut- on tho Great Strike. The Central Council of the Labor Lea STUB of the United States, with headquar ters in Washington, have addressed to Presi dent Haves, a petition urging that steps be taken to restore traffic, law and order, and in opposition to any compromise with aetual rioters or their abettors. They declare that the impending famine in cities, imminent suf fering of the law abiding labor element, and the loss and ruin to agricultural districts Avith resulting evils, fully justify the President in calling the prominent railroad men who, in blind and passionate stubbornness, refuse to listen to cither reason or the loud appeal of the people, to Washington, together with the leaders of labor organizations who have op posed violence, that the difficulties may be compromised. The petitioners also set forth that any further blind resistance of the rail roads to...

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