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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 October 1873

FAMILY CHICLE. WHERE THE SUN DOES NOT SET. The following graphic passage is from the description of a scene witness ed by Mr. Campbell and his party, in the north of Norway, from a cliff one thousand feet above the sea: "Thething. ocean stretched away in silent vastness at our feet the sound of waves scarce ly reached our airy lookout away in the north the huge old sun swung low along the horizon, like the slow beat of the pendulum in the tall clock of our grandfather's parlor corner. We stood silent, looking at our watches. When beth hands came together at twelve, midnight, the fall round orb hung triumphantly above the wave—a bridge of gold running due north spanned the water between us and him. There he shone in silent majesty, which knew no setting. We involuntarily took off our hats no word was said. Combine, if you can, the most brilliant sunrise and sunset you ever saw, and its beauties will pale before the gorgeous coloring which now lit up ocean, heaven, and mountain. In ha...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 October 1873

8 I Si If I S! mmmp "I111 JH»..»|'!"WaiHiJJB! JVOJW an Address Delivered by S. M. Smith at a Picnic of Farmers' Associations, Green County, III. LABOR. There is an argument, if it may be called such, which I have used frequently, and which I intend to use here this afternoon. I said that when traveling across the country to Winchester, to make that speech of the 7th, that when I saw those small, poor homes, scattered all over this beauti ful land, and saw that they were surround ed with immense corn fields and immense shocks of grain, I also saw another thing, that the men who handled the products of that farmer who was occupying that poor dwelling, were living, in splendid mansions, a life of ease and luxury, and I said there was something wrong there, and I would right it by giving to the dweller in that hovel a fair share of the products of his labor, and I would level that hovel up to the palace. That was what I said. I never said or hinted what I was charged with. I never had a...

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. — 29 October 1873

SfATE NEWS. THE Grangers are preparing to build a wheat warehouse at Albert Lea. and another at Alden, in Freeborn County. A BARGE propelled by a horse pow er, is being experimented with on the upper Minnesota, with purpose to use it for running freight up and down the river, to and from Redwood Falls. We notice that those of our State exchanges which lately express any opinion on the subject, are all in favor of biennial sessions of the Legislature. ONE of the sad stories of losses by recent prairie fires is told by the Stand ard of Albert Lea, concerning Mr Greenslit, a farmer of Hayward town. The man had struggled for years in poverty bnt this year had as much as a thousand bushels of wheat in stacks, carefully plowed around, and went to the village and purchased a few luxuries, including a good suit of clothes for himself, such as he had not been able to bring. Next day he re turned, bringing back the goods which he was unable to pay for, because dur ing his absence the fire had...

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. — 29 October 1873

Continued /rom {cut weefc 7'irtf IRON CARRIER. -AN INCIDENT FROM LIFE AMONG THE COMMON PEOPLE. AUGUST BLANCHE. Translated from the Swedish forTheGrango Advance by W r. The two friends stopped outside a flight of stone steps, which led to a low and narrow door, on each side of which were windows with closed shut ters, too open however to shut in the light and noise. Here then, we have our looked for paradise exclaimed Adolph Dahl, here we have 'the root of the tree of knowledge of good and evil,' as you have been pleased to say so many times —but what is that?—indeed, doesn't it smell like fried pork—God be praised here then, are living human beings I love the scent of the flowers, I am fascinated by the rose-scented breath from pure maidenly lips, but nothing surpasses the smell of fried pork— chum, let us hasten-r-I begin to be rec onciled with your Eden." Edward Jager ascended the stairs and opened the door. Adolph Dahl beckoned his farewell to the moon and stars. The two friends ...

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. — 29 October 1873

WORKING UP AN INCIDENT. The power of a reporter in embellish ing a common fact, so that others who were witnesses would not recognize it in a new dress, appears in the following incident from the Chicago Times. A wooden Indian, such as often stands before a tobacco-shop, fell on a child and killed him. Here is the thrilling narrative: It has been many years since the res idents of Chicago bave suffered from the depredation of the red men of the forest, and for a long time it has been supposed they would never again return to molest those who had taken possession of their old-time fishing-grounds on the banks of Chicago Creek. Once they held full sway here, but that time has long since passed away, and the watch ful settler, who kept ever on the alert to protect himself and family from the incursions of the savages, has ceased his vigil the old fort and thick-walled houses have been removed, as things unneeded, and in their places peaceful homes and places of trade have arisen, and t...

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. — 29 October 1873

WfiSZZSZZZ^SSKSZsszsfz =*Kwas II iii|i^«twp*)«£a»p4nM TEE GRANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 29. 1873 E S O SUBSCBIPTIOW Single Subscribers $2 p«r year. Orange clubs often or more $1.50. 'Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. AH money should be sent by Draft or Post Office Order to THE GRANQK ADVANCE, Red Wing, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. EDITORIAL NOTES. The regents of the Michigan State University, alter an experience of three years, report, that they find the young lady students just about as smart as the gents, and that they are able to keep np in all their studies with the lords of creation and that the co-education of the sexes is a success. It is wonderful how many new things this age is finding out, and it is a little strange that the world has not discovered this before. It is also found that it does not hurt young ladies to study, which will probably be very good news to some ol the ladies, but rather sad for others of the sex. A convention of anti...

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. — 29 October 1873

-Vi'.: p. •.'! WEDNE8DAY, OCT. 29r 1873. Single Subscribers IB peryew. •rang* clubs of ten or mow $1SO. 8—scrlptlo_ payable IBTUUMJ in advance. All money should bo lent by Dnft or Poet Office Order to G_xos ABVAKCB, Bed Wing, Minn. Please eend in yoar subscriptions at once. EDITORIAL NOTES. The regents of the Michigan State University, after an experience of three years, report, that they And the young lady students just about as smart as the gents, and that they are able to keep op in all their studies with the lords of creation and that the co-education of the sexes is a success. It is wonderful how many new things this age is finding out, and it is a little strange thatthe world has not discovered this before. It is also found that it does not hurt young ladies to study, which will probably be very good news to some ol the ladies, but rather aad for others of the sex. A convention of anti-Chinese has been called to meet at San Francisco November 5th. The Amer ican Indians held a ...

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. — 29 October 1873

ITEMS FOE PATR0JTS. OFFICERS OP THE STATE ORANGE OP MINNESOTA P. OP H. SfMter, George I. Pfcriona, Winona. lecturer, John A. Jackson, Lake City. Ovewaer, George C. Chamberlain, Northfield. Steward, A. J. Murphy, Lake Crjital. AM*. Steward, Wm. B. Lee,Rice Lake, Douglas Co. Chaplain, I. C. Stearat, Zumbrota. Treaaarer, Lorenzo Hojrt, Saint Paul. Gate Keeper, J. T. Price, Kyoto. Ceres Slater Sophia Parsons. £lo» Chamberlain. Pomona R.C.Jackson. Lady Steward Mary B.Lee. DEPUTIES APPOINTED. The following named persons have been appointed Deputies to organize granges under article 12 of the SSfSS^ State 0ran«e'*,l0Pte *'ebru«| ft,ribauit county S. F. Wilkbow, Winnebago City Waseca, Hon. P. Woodruff, Blooming Grove Nicollet, J. H. Dunham, Nicollet. Olmsted, M. C. Puller, Rochester Fillmore, 0. E. Rundell, Fairview Gr LeSueur, A. B. Swayne, Elysian. Cottonwood, J. W. Benjamin, Windon. Dodge, Wm.E. Lee,Rice Lake Mower, F. A. Elder, Spring Valley Martin, John F. Daniels, Fairmount Dakota, D....

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. — 29 October 1873

HEMS IDE PAXfiffltS. OFFICERS OF THE STATE ORANGE OF MINNESOTA P. OF H. Master, Gwrge X. Parsons, Winona. I*cturtr, John A. Jackson, Laks City. Ovuaasr, O I 0. Chamberlain. Horthfield. Steward, A. J. Murphy, Lake Crystal. AaM. Steward, Wa.. Lee.Kice Lake, Doaclas Co. Chaplain, I. C. Stearns, Znmhrota. Treararer, Lorenzo Hoys, Saint Paul. Gate Keeper, J. T. Price, Kyoto. Ceree .Sister Sophia Parsons. Mora O.P Chamberlain. Pomona R.C.Jackson. Lady Stewart Mary I. Lee. DEPUTIES APPOINTED. The following named persons have been appointed Deputies to organise (ranges nnder article 12 at the SSlm* 8 a 0 a *ebruary Farlbauit county, 8. F. Wilkbow, Winnebaao City Waseca, Hon. P. Woodruff, Blooming Grove. JMicollet, J. H. Dunham, Nicollet. Olmsted, M. C. Puller, Rochester. Fillmore, 0. E. Rundell, Fairview Gr LeSueur, A. B. Swayne, Rlysiaa. Cottonwood, J. W. Benjamin, Windom. Dodge, Win. B. Lee,Rice Lake. Mower, P. A. Elder, Spring Valley. Martin, John F. Daniels, Fairmonnt Dakota, D. F. Akin...

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. — 29 October 1873

yiii 11 ilt^—*. W a ii Continued from last week., THE WHOLE GROUND GONE OVER. As ADDRESS DELIVERED AT A PICNIC, BY THE WELCH G§ANGE P. OF H., OF GOODHUE COUNTY, JULY 2ND, 1873, BY B. B. HERBERT. NATIONAL, SECTIONAL AND PARTY FEELING. There is another question before' the House the great and momentous question of whether Knud Olson Overbol, Norwe gian, Samuel Sammerson, of Sweden, Fritz Breitman, of Germany, Timothy Titmars, of England, or Sam Slick, of America, shall be nominated then whether Slim Joe of Back Pay Township, on the Highfalutin ticket, or Slippery Jack, of Mobilier Town ship, on the Hard Scrabble ticket, shall go to the Legislature, or whether Timothy Titmouse, of Shoddy Contract City, on the Hard Scrabble ticket, or John Monopoly, of Land Grant City, on the Highfalutin ticket shall go to Congress, and so on through the five hundred thousand offices that this great Yankee nation have bor rowed, stolen or invented for the purpose of making men glorious and handing them ...

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. — 29 October 1873

DIFFICULTthOFhighest LEOIS&ATURS PATRONS TO PEIZB bENSg AND HONEST WORTH. Above all things to be permanent or use ful the Oranges must constantly nourish and contribute to the growth of that senti ment, which, wherever it exists, will ban ish all class, sectional or partizaa feelings, with all their direful results, which is the enemy of sham, hypocrisy and cant—the sentiment which breathes out in the beautiful lines of the Scotch bard What tho' on hamely fare we dine, Wear hodden gray and a' that, Gie fools their silks and knaves their wine, A man is a man for a' that. Their tinsel show and a that An honest man, tho' ere so poor. Is king o' men for a' that. Then let us pray that come it may. As come it will for a' that, That sense and worth o'er the a' earth Shal 1 bear the gie and a' that. For a' that and a' that That man to man, the warld o'er, Shall brothers be for a' that.'" The beautiful sentiment contained in that sweet, loving command of the Savior, as he looked down upo...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 October 1873

AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITU- TION. Editor of Orange Advance We nave been looking with a degree of interest to the several newspapers of the State, expecting to see some communication in regard to the pro posed amendment to onr State Constitution, to be submitted to the people at the next election bat *s yet, have looked in vain. Why have not some of the knowing ones enlightened us voters on the subject, whether it is better to hold annual or bi ennial sessions of the Legislature It is certainly a matter of sufficient important ance to merit our careful consideration. We are aware that all that has been nec essary to effect a change in the Constitution here tofore, has been for the Legislature to submit the proposed amendment to a vote of the people, and they have voted it a majority perhaps, without giving it further thought than ihat it had been recommended by the Legislature. This should not be, especially with a question that effects our State like the present proposed amendment. W...

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. — 5 November 1873

VOL. I. V.i? ALL IS ACTION, ALL IS MOTION. All is action, all is motion, In this mighty world of ours Like the currents of the ocean, Man is urged by unseen powers! Steadily, hut strongly moving, Life is onward evermore, Still the present age improving On the age that went before. Duty points, with outstretched fingers, Every soul to actions high Woe betide the soul that lingers!— Onward! onward! is the cry. Though man's foes may seem victorious, War may waste and famine blight, Still from out the conflict glorious, Mind comes forth with added light! O'er the darkest night of sorrow, From the deadliest field of strife, Dawns a clearer, brighter morrow, Springs a truer, nobler life. Onward, onward, onward ever! Human progress none may stay, All who make the vain endeavor, Shall like chaff be swept away. IN TTINTOIN" FARMERS ARE THINKING. Never before in this country have the farmers been so intently engaged in thinking as now. Heretofore they have allowed others to think for them, an...

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. — 5 November 1873

Continued from last week THE IRON CARRIER. AN INCIDENT PEOM LIFE AMONG THE COMMON PEOPLE. BY AUGUST BLANCHE. Translated from the SwedishforTheGrange Advance by W r. CHAPTER II. THE IRON-CARRIEU. 11 You came just in the nick of time, Axelson," said Jager to the giant, who quite c*»lm unfolded his roll of tobacco and took a big chew which suddenly disappeared through a pair of powerful lips. The people are raving mad," an swered the giant-, when they happen to get too muoh in their heads. This isn't the first time I have seen a crowd light upon one like flies on a horse. On the night of Trinity Sunday last year, I was at Uggleviken and saw a guardsman, who alone fought with a crowd of at least one hundred men, jour neymen, sailors and God knows what kindof people. Without my assistance the poor 1 would have been both plucked and scalded. But let us go in to this caboose where we can have a lit tle talk during the evening." The giant, accompanied by Jager and Dahl, marched straight tow...

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. — 5 November 1873

A S E O TRUST FUND S Defalcations in cases where trust funds are held make a frightfully large figure in our newspapers. They were of all grades, and in all sorts of trusts, and ought to occasion general alarm. This species of crime is a very se ductive one, and it is promoted by a false theory of the rights and duties of persons vested with trusts. This false hood is that the trustee is entitled to the use of money placed in his hands until it is wanted for the purposes se cured in the trust. For example, in this city, it was, a few years ago, the right of the treasurer to put out money received from taxes at interest, and to put the interest into his own purse. In deed, the present city treasurer is barred from personal use of such interest only by his promise to pay the same into the treasury. The salary was a contempti ble nothing compared to the interest gains, and these last enriched the treas urer in a single year. It required a general bolt and independent move ment in city ...

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. — 5 November 1873

TBSGEA1TGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5. 1873. TERMS O SUBSCRIPTION. SingleSubscribers $2 per year. Orange clubs of ten or more $1.50. Subscription* payable invariably in advance. All money should be sent by Draft or Post Office Order to TH« GBAXOX ADVANCE, Red Wing, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. EDITORIAL NOTES. Women are to have the right to be Regis ters of Deeds, Notary's Public, School offi. oers and Librarians under the new con stitution of Michigan. Marshal Bazaine in hia trial had tele grams, showing that his delays at Metz were occasioned by orders from the Em peror. Emigration agents are to be expelled from Germany by authority of the Govern ment. The Pope has been writing to the Em peror of Germany, complaining that the measures of his Majesty's government are severe, and are aimed at the destruction of Catholicism, and claiming to be informed that the Emperor is opposed to this harsh policy. The Emperor replys, that hid the Pope been correctly informed, ...

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. — 5 November 1873

HUMBUGS AGAIN. our first issue we had an article on •above subject, with the promise of ore, as necessity should demand. Every ojovement in the direction of reform Is sur randed by dangers and difficulties. The pform movement among farmers cannot ipect to be an exception. Men with the pmmendable desire of feathering their rn nests rush into the movement, and ked any amount of crocodile tears over the offerings of the poor abused farmers," ad with violent protests strive to cover up heir own designs. In our first article we Lid down this rule, which is applicable to I class of humbugs that are now developing. Jlen engage in trade to make money, and Jo not nttfcc a practice of either giving away/oeir goods or selling for less than the^v»lu« or cost, and whenever they pro jiss to do either of these, there is a hum bug somewhere. The Western Rural shows up some of these humbugs in the following style: The concern is advertising what it calls its "Fourth Grand Sale," great sale of goods,...

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. — 5 November 1873

AGSICULTUML. Prom Moore's Rami New Yorker. SOILING A N HOW TO START. A Pennsylvania farmer furnishes the N. Y. Tribune the following timely suggestions on this topic:—It has been shown that soiling enables the agricul turist to keep more stock in proportion to the extent of his farm, and that the number may, with best management, amount to one head per acre. This re sult is attained by increasing the pro duce of the soil and prevent the least waste of the produce. It has further been shown that the fertility of the land thus used is increased year by year and productive capacity brought up to a maximum. Also, that the pro duce of the cattle thus fed, whether it be milk, cheese, butter or beef, is largely increased. It is found, too, that these results are brought about with the expenditure of less labor in proportion to the yield, as each acre yields for the same amount of standard work in plowing, harrowing, sowing and cultivating four or five times the produce commonly raised at t...

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. — 5 November 1873

7A3QL7 CIRCLR EXTRACTS FROBT SAMUEL SMILES ON CHARACTER. No man," once said Sir Benja min Rudgard, is bound to be rich or great—no, nor to be wise but every man is bound to be honest." —"Nothing can work me damage but myself," said St. Bernard the harm I sustain I carry about with me and I am never a real sufferer but by my own fault." —We shall never learn to feel and respect our real calling and destiny un less we have taught ourselves to con sider everything as moonshine com pared with the education of the heart. —A man may be accomplished in art, literature and science, and yet, in honesty, virtue, truthfulness and the spirit of duty, be entitled to take the rank after many a poor and illiterate peasant. —In the affairs of life or of business, it is not intellect that tells so much as character—not brains so much as heart —not genius so much as self-control, patience, and discipline, regulated by judgment. Hence there is no better provision for the uses of either private or publ...

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. — 5 November 1873

NOTICE TO MANUFACTURERS OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. WINONA, NOT. 3d, 1873. J. S. Denman, as State Agent for the Patrons of Husbandry for this State, respect fully solicits from the manufacturers of this State their wholesale price lists, with their best deductions for cash, on farm machin ery, tools, implements and general supplies of all kinds, he having been instructed to give our State the preference if as favora ble terms can be secured here as elsewhere. If favorable terms are received he will visit the patrons and make contracts with them. J. S. DENMAN, State Agent for of H. (Other papers favorable to the farmers' movement please copy.) WABASHA LOCALS. TUESDAY. November 4th, 1873. Our prophesied Indian Summer arrived this morning about sunrise, beautiful and mild, but there is no telling what a day may bring forth. We see clouds already arising, and before the sun hides itself be hind the western hills we prophesy at least a shower if not a storm. We judge from the stir there i...

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