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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 1 April 1874

STiTKMSNT OfSeceiptt and Expenditure* of Goodhue Coun ty, Minnesota, from ike let day:, of March, 1873, to the let day of March, 1874. IXFKHSITUU8. Amount paid on Salary for 1873 of County Attorney *832 00 Amount paid on Salary for 1874, of County Attorney 84 00 Amount paid on Salary for 1872-73 of Overseer of Poor 126 80 Amount paid on Salary for 1873-74, of Overseer of Poor 375 Amount paid on Salary for 1872-73 of County Superintendent oi Schools 170 00 Amount paid on Salary for 1873-74 of County Superintendent of Schools 995 00 Amount paid on Salary for 1873 of Jailor 458 34 Amount paid on'Salary for 1874 of Jailor 45 83 Amount paid on Salary for 1872-73 of County Physician 195 00 Amount paid on Salary for 1873-74 of Town of Belle Creek 200 00 June 7 Appropriation for Repairs of the St. Paul A Dubuque Road in the Towns of Leon and Gannon Falls 500 00 do Appropriation for Repairs of toads In Leon near Amund Meland's place 50 00 do 11 Appropriation for Repairs of Red Wing and Hader...

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. — 1 April 1874

do MM Biddler, aid do 10 Hit Wahlsen, aid do 11 lira Signild Peterson, old do Brickson Lidatrond, cofflns for poor do 12 Brynhild Johnson, old do Misses Campbell, old do 14 Peter Peterson, old do John Johnson, old do 16 Mrs Polls, aid do 20 Geo Richards, burying paupers do 21 John Predrick, expenses for burring Hills do 23 Herschler, fareforpaupers to St. Louis do Mrs Swedberg, aid do 25 Charles Bookman, aid do 26 Mrs Boardman, aid do MrsOberg.aid 28Halvor HalTorson, aid, July 1 Gertrude Kristenson,aid do Mrs Geo Johnson, aid, do Mrs Webber, for house rent, aid, 2 Mrs Greta Anderson, aid, Mrs Annie Fuglee, aid, 3 Mrs Mercy Burrill, aid, 5 Mrs Swedberg, aid, do do do Family of Martin Bach, aid, Per Anderson, aid, 7 Tarns Bixby, provisions for poor, do do Fredrick 4 Back, goods for poor, do do do 8 Mrs Annette Wahlsen, aid, do do A Ringstad, aid, Gregor Uregorson, aid, 9 Mrs Mary Morse, aid, do do PeterJohnson, aid, John Johnson, aid, 11 John Kildahl, aid, 12 S Roath, flour for poor, ...

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. — 1 April 1874

S lied 17iag and Yidnity. TAMS. BIXBY. Local. —Next Sunday is Easter. —"March went out like a lion." —It will soon be time for new maple su gar. —The weather has been marching? along." —Gustave Berg has sold his photograph gallery. —$1500 was collected on freig% received at this station last week. —There is a young lady in this town who is anxious to shoot somebody. —Field & Royce, the new proprietors of the National Hotel, £tke possession to-day —Workmen are busily engaged on the cellar of A. L. Clum's new block, Plumb Street. —Mr. Lawrence advertises his new book store this week on Main street with W. Sherman. —Hans Hammon, the man who was 80 se riously hurt by a windlass falling upon him, is expected to live. —Cogel & Betcher have begun excavating for their new brick block, corner of Main and Broad Streets. —Two street Arabs engaged in a prise fight on one of our streets last week. Only one round was fought. —Fairbanks & Carney, the Manitobians, have removed their off...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 8 April 1874

STATS NEWS. DODGE COUNTY. Mantorville.—Mr. A. R. Cochran has a colt eleven months old that weighs 764 pounds The Mantroville Grange meets the 1st and 3d Saturdays evenings of each month. 217 deeds fild in Register's office between Jan. 1st and March 31st Gen. A. J. Edgerton formerly of Reg ister in bankruptcy and now Railroad Commissioner who now lives at Man torville is said to be happy all over It is about a boy, a 10 pounder, you know how it is yourself. Kasson.—Licence, or no licence was the question at the polls in this village on Monday. The women were around the week previous obtaining signers to a petition against licence, and succeeded. The following resolutions were adopt by the Dodge County Council P. of WHERKAB, The State Grange at Faribault, \j a very decided majority, voted not to •end a lobby delegation to the Legislature, and WHEBEAS, The Executive Committee, in defiance of the clearly expressed wish of the Patrons of Husbandry, did appoint themselves lobyists, there...

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. — 8 April 1874

W/ STATE NEWS. DODGE COUNTY. ManttjrcUh.—Mr. A. R. Cochran has a colt eleven months old that weighs 764 pounds The Mantroville Grange meets the 1st and 3d Saturdays evenings of each month. 217 deeds fild in Register's office between Jan. 1st and March 31st Gen. A. J. Edgertm formerly of Reg ister in bankruptcy and now Railroad Commissioner who now lives at Man torville is said to be happy all over It is about a boy, a 10 pounder, you know how it is yourself. Kasson.—Licence, or no licence was the question at the polls in this village on Monday. The women were around the week previous obtaining signers to a petition against licence, and succeeded. The following resolutions were adopt by the Dodge County Council P. of H. WHEIIKAS, The State Orange at Faribault, by a very decided majority, voted not to Bend a lobby delegation to the Legislature, and WHEHKAS, The Executive Committee, in defiance of the clearly expressed wish of the Patrons of Husbandry, did appoiut themselves lobyists, ...

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. — 8 April 1874

It':' it ii VOICES OT WWKIKfiXIN. NO XUZM.SD PW588. A»ertcaa P«lltics. LiekqtittUism—Mn. Grundy—Ku, Klitzinn— Monotony of Party Slang—Too Muck Gov ernment. BY A. GAYLORD SPALDING. Monsieur De Tocqueville, in his great book of Democracy in America," seems to think the influence of our popular governmental institutions on the people is to dislute and weaken their moral strength and principles. Public opinion being our sovereign' king, men fear it, and naturally become subservient and craven spirited, and, as individuals, have no opinions at all, or, having them, lack the courage to give them fair expression. Thus we have become a nation of moral ly undecided and cowardly men, just fitted for the tools of demagogues and selfish party leaders. Every man learns to fawn and flatter and bait the next man, for his vote, or a good bargain. This is the way politics is managed and elections are carried. Politics everywhere is a system of shysterism or Ku Kluxism. We are a nation of obsequious ...

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. — 8 April 1874

COBSESPOOTEHCE. VOICES OF WORKWOMEN. NO MUZZLED PBE8S. American Polities. Licktpittleism—Mrt. Grundy—Ku, Kluxina— Monotony of Party Slang—Too Much Gov. eminent. BY A. «AYLORD SPALDING. Monsieur De Tocqueville, in his great book of Democracy in America." seems to think the influence of our popular governmental institutions on the people is to dislute and weaken their moral strength and principles. Public opinion being our sovereign' king, men fear it, and naturally become subservient and craven spirited, and, as individuals, have no opinions at all, or, having them, lack the courage to give them fair expression. Thus we have become a nation of moral ly undecided and cowardly men, just fitted for the tools of demagogues and selfish party leaders. Every man learns to fawn and flatter and bait the next man, for his vote, or a good bargain. This is the way polities is managed and elections are carried. Politics everywhere is a system of shysterism or Ku Kluxism. We are a nation of obsequ...

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. — 8 April 1874

STTfrf AanCTTETUBAL The Farmers' Ctafc. From reports of the discussions of the New York Farmers' Club we gleam the following interesting and useful items: Cabbage.—A liberal top dressing of hen manureat the time of sowing cabbage and turnip seed will effectually prevent the appearance of the cabbage flea. After transplanting nothing will answer but constant watching. Fencing.—Wire fences present these favorable points of preference. They are more easily set and require less re pairs, consequently are cheaper. Ex cepting the bracing posts, all interme diates can be made of lumber smaller and unavailable for ordinary purposes. They permit nearer ploughing and the free use of scythe and hoe in extermi nating weeds. They never admit of leaves accumulating or snow drifts form ing beside them to obstruct the roads, and when properly adjusted they do not mar the beauty of the landscape by ob structing vision. The following self-compensating spring is cheaply made and adapted to meet the di...

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. — 8 April 1874

I THESEAJIBE^irVUfltDE. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8, 1874. m. MEKBEWT, Editor ram «r fiVMcsirrMX. Single Subscriber.Si per year. Orange club* often or mora f1.50. Subscriptions payable invariably in advance All money should be sens by Draft or Poet Office Order to Taa GaA»os ABVASCS, Red Wing, Mum Piece* aend in your subscriptions as onee. AoWerttalaag* atetcsj. on ADraausiaa noes 1 column lyear,$100,1 mouth, (lo. IW A9VSKTISIN6 COLUMNS OF DBVOTBD TO IIADI3G 1 column 1 year $120,1 month, frJO \i 84, 15 l-ls ™.'."'.V.''."."."!.'!!.'".""". 25, 4 Special notices in editorial columns, 25 cents per line. Gash before insertion for all advertisements for a month or less, and invariably in advance unless special arrangements are made. EDITORIAL NOTES. Elsewhere we give a pretty full report of the sermon on the Women's Crusade movement, delivered by the R^v. Charles Oriswold at the M. E. Church, on Sunday night last. It was a cool, dispassionate survey of the situation. Arbitrations a means of settli...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 8 April 1874

V.-S-JMJwuniu, -•r '-i—iiv-im WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8, 1874. B. B. E E Editor 4r Proprietor TERXCI O SVBSCBIPTIOX Single Subscriber* %i per year. Orange clubs often or more 11.50. Subscriptions payable invariably in advance. AH money should be sent by Draft or Post Office Order to THI GaASOI ADVAICCI, Red Wing, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. Adv«rtt«tn« Uat«». on vuriRTiamG panes. 1 column 1 year, $100,1 mouth. 15. V* *8. :«. 1-1«" M, 3. IN ADVERTISING C0LCMK8 OP PAQIB DBVOTID TO READING MATTES. 1 column 1 year $1-20,1 motitli, $i0 84. 15 60, 10 18, 7 1-16" Jo, 4 Special notices iu editorial colunins.-Ji cents per line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements for a month or less, and invariably in advance unless special arrangements are made. EDITORIAL NOTES. Elsewhere we give a pretty full report of the serinon on the Women's Crusade movement, delivered by the rW. Charles Griswold at the M. E. Church, on Sunday night last. It was a cool, dispassionate survey of th...

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. — 8 April 1874

m± is* wetter* I Coder the above caption the St. Paul dailies of the 8d instant show ap the eper •AIM* of shrewd M! ia that eity, which for cool calculation, and bold, tore faced euseedness in execution too tew equals. Bo himself as being in the on ploj of on Bottom arm at a ealary of $80 a week bat baring ouffieiont aoaao of bio own, bo desired to go into bueiaeat oa bio own aeeoaat. Ho introduced himself by letter from oortaia well knows 1 toning oil. itens of Cbioago to the Merohaato' National Bonk, commending him to their kind atten tion, aad oayiag no would probably deposit witk their bank on the recommendation of the President of a bonk which it their priaoipol correspondent in Cbioago. He expressed himself no pleased with 8t. Paul, its thrift and enterprise, the intelligence, energy and go abend of its business men— it wos paradise to him, he would settle down and build for himself a tabernacle aad business there, and become one of the elect of that saintly city. Ho did make ...

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. — 8 April 1874

The Work or* Sharper. Under the above caption the St. Baal dailies of the 3d instant show up the oper ations of a shrewd rascal in that eitj, whioh for cool calculation, and bold, bare laced oussedness in execution has few equals. He represented himself as being in the em ploj of an Eastern firm at a salary of $60 a week but having sufficient means of his own, he desired to go into business on his own account. He introduced himself letter from certain well known leading eit isens of Chicago to the Merchants' National Bank, commending him to their kind atten tion, and saying He would probably deposit with their bank on the recommendation of the President of a bank which is their principal correspondent in Chicago. He expressed himself as pleased with St. Paul, its thrift and enterprise, the intelligence, energy and go ahead of its business men— it was paradise to him, he would settle down and build for himself a tabernacle and business there, and become one of the elect of that saint...

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. — 8 April 1874

I il gJL^Jj' 1'iyiwivj.u ... lHfj:f! uyy W rig OFFICERS OF TAB STATE GRANGE OF MINNESOTA P. OF H. Master, George I. Parsons, Winona. Lecturer, John A. Jackson, Lake City. Overseer, George C. Chamberlain, Northneld. Steward, A. J. Murphy, Lake Crystal. Asat. Steward, W». E. Lee, Wee Lake, Douglas Co. Chaplain, I. C. Staaraa, Znmbrota. Treasurer, Loreaao Hoyt, Saint Paul. Secretary, Win. Paiet, St. PauL Gate Keeper, J. T. Price, Kyoto. Cares Sister Sophia Parsons. Flora C.P Chamberlain. Pomona... 'B.C.Jackson. Lady Steward Mary K. Lee. DEPUTIES APPOINTED. The following named persona have bean appointed Deputies to organise granges under article 12 of the Constitution of the State Orange, adopted February Faribault county, 8. F. Wilkbow, Winnebago City. Waseca, Hon. P. Woodruff, Blooming Grove. Nicollet, J. H. Dunham, Nicollet. Olmsted, M. C. Fuller, Rochester. Fillmore, O. B. Rundell, Fairview Or. LeSnenr, A. B. Swayne, Blysian. Cottonwood,J. W. Benjamin, Windom. Bodge, Wm. E. Lee, Ri...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 8 April 1874

His remarks evinced great reverence for the works of God as manifested in zoology and natural history, and was taking up the Bible in regular order for the first time in his life." He bad gotten as far as the history of Noah, the Ark, the Flood, etc. Besides, just before his conversion he had been reading Goldsmith's «Animated Nater/ and the two together by the aid and assistance of the Spirit, had led him in to a powerful train of thinking as he stood at his work-bench day in and dav out." But whatever his sermon may have been, it was his own. The text was: "As it was in the days of Noah, so shall the coming of the Son of Man be." After commenting upon that portion of Genesis descriptive of theflood,he warmed up suddenly, and broke out in the following strains: Yes, my brethren, the heavens of the windows was opened-ah, and the floods of the g-r-e-a-t deep kivered the waters-ah, and there was Shem, and there Ham, and there Japheth-ah, a-H a-gwine into the Ark-ah. "And there was the...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 8 April 1874

—Hot much betting ©a the opening of navigation this spring. —Work on W. P. Cross' new livery sta ble is being rigorously carried on. —O. Esmes' coopers torn out from two to three hundred completed barrels a day.' —An ell. twenty by thirty, is being added to Fred Severaon's house on Bush street. —Augustus says the ladies do not appear to give a thought to us fellows who keep away from the saloons. The furnishing of the new hotel will cost from $10,000 to $12,000 and not $25,. 000 as stated last week. —The ice in the river, opposite Bed Wing, moved, for the first time this year, on Sat. urday, at 1:35 p. m. —John Winter's new brick addition to his place on Plumb street will be 20x34 feet and two stories high. —One day last week a Lake City team in crossing the lake broke through the ice but escaped with a ducking. —Last Friday night, a fire in Spring Coolie consumed one hundren cords of wood belonging to Mr. Hugh Adams. —May 1st, Mr. Heising re-opens his brewery sample roomand will, t...

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. — 15 April 1874

STATE NEWS.* DAKOTA COUNTY. Death of Mrs Comer.—Last Satur day the community was startled by the announcement of the death of Mrs. Catherine Comer wife of our late Coun ty Treasurer. It was bat a few days ago that she had removed to their old home in Eagan. It seemed as if she had returned to die. It was home her. There her children were born. There she had spent the happiest days of her life, and there she often expressed her wish that she might die. Her wish was granted. She was buried at Iqver Grove with the most imposing ceremonies of the Catholic Church. The choirs of the Mendota and Hastings churches sang during the service. Requiem Muss was celebrated by Rev. Father Glennon of Mendota. the Rev. Father Halton, of Hastings, preaching the sermon. After the Mass Mrs. Donnelly sang one of her grand solos with such pathos and feeling that it touched every heart so that relief could only be found in tears. —Hastings Union. WASECA COUNTY. Blooming Grove—Hans Hanson, for merly of this...

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. — 15 April 1874

I VOL I MATE NEWS.* DAKOTA COUNTY. Death of Mrs Copier.—Last Satur day the community was startled by the announcement of the death of Mrs. Catherine Comer wife of our late Coun ty Treasurer. It was but a few days ago that she had removed to their old home in Eagan. It seemed as if she had returned to die. It was home (u her. There her children were born. There she had spent the happiest days of her life, and there she often expressed her wish that she might die. Her wish was granted. She was buried at Iqver Grove with the most imposing ceremonies of the Catholic Church. The choirs of the Mendota and Hastings churches sang during the service. Requiem Mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Glennon of Mendota. the Rev. Father Halton, or Hastings, preaching the sermon. Alter the Mass Mrs. Donnelly sang one of her grand solos with such pathos and feeling that it touched every heart so that relief could only he found in tears. —Hastings Union. WASECA COUNTY. Blooming Grove—Hans Hanson, for me...

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. — 15 April 1874

COHEESPOHDEHCE SPRING CREEK, MINN., April 8th\ 1874. Editor of The Qra#ff*-AdvaAr, What is the prder doing \o benefit the farmers/ T|iis is a quofc'.n fre quently asked byfthose wiiu do ni join our Gran -res. "'We cannot sec th.st its members get goods any cheaper, or get anv ui'-ro for their produce than we do, and we save t.h« money that they pay OUt to keep up the Order." Hut none are so blind as those who will it"t see.as and. Brother Patrons, we can soon con vince them that we have the advantage in prices if we continue to act in unity. It has been said, and with truth too. of farmers that they work independent of each other, and that it would be diffi cult r''T any number of them to work together in an organization. Hundreds to-day are watching and expecting to see the great combination drop to pieces as quickly as it sprang into ex istence, and it depends upon us individ ually to prove that fanners are not the blockhead.- that moneyed men and poli tician.- suppose them to be....

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. — 15 April 1874

OHDEBTCE. SPRING Cnxwk, Mm., April 8th\ 1874. Editor of The $mnge Adra What is the order doing \o beiiefi the farmers This is a quc»l|i*ii fre quently asked by*those who do iX*t juiu our Granges. »Ve cannot- see that its members get goofs any cheaper, or get any more for their produce than ire do, and we save th* money that they pay out to keep up inL Order." But none are so blind as tpose who will not see. and, Brother Papons, we eau soon con vince them that Ire have the advantage in prices if we continue to act in unity. It has been saidfand with truth too, of farmers that thgy work independent of each other, and ^hat it would be diffi cult for any number of them to work together in an organization. Hundreds to-day are watching and expecting to see the great combination drop to pieces as quickly as it sprang into ex istence, and it depends upon us individ ually to prove tjlat farmers are not the blockheads that, moneyed men and poli ticians suppose them to be. and that this Order ...

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. — 15 April 1874

'.' xUMAttlttft ..a,,,- AQEicidznmAL. From American Agriculturalist. Crops that Require Bleb land. It is an important point for a farmer to ascertain which of his crops require the richest land to produce a maximum growth and it is often still more iui portant for him to determine to what crop he had better apply his manure. If a farmer had all the manure he need ed to enable the soil to produce the largest yield that the season was capa ble of organizing, the first question would be more important than the sec ond. But such is seldom the case, and we have often to ask ourselves which crop is the best to plant on the richer and which on the poor fields. Mangel-wurzel, carrots, onions and rutabagas must have rich land to pro duce a maximum crop. So must Indi an corn. Barley requires richer land than winter wheat. But this does not tell the whole story. As a rule, those crops which require the most labor in planting, cultivating, hoeing, and har vesting, should be sown on the richest ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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