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

iY Hed Wing and Ticinity. —The steamer Osceola left our levee at 8 :30o'clock yesterday morning loaded with a happy company of excursiontsts and made the rounds of Lake Pepin and back in good style. —By reference to the proceedings of the County Commissioners in another column it will be seen that they have authorized the settlement of all indebtedness of the County coming due in 1875. —Cannon Falls sends back an Echo to Red Wing in her wonderful prosperity. This growing manufacturing village should be joined to the greatest primary wheat market of the world by iron rails. —To be able to pay debts before they are due is the natural result of having the best wheat growing County in the State. The County saves three hundred dollars in interest by this step, and Goodhue County Bonds are at a premium. —The new Post Office building, the erec tion of which has been commenced by Jas. Lawther on the corner of Bush and Third streets, will be an honor to our city. The room to be occupied by 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. — 1 July 1874

THE GBAITOE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1,1874. T. A WW, St. Paul, B. HERBERT, Bed Wing, dito TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ingle Subscribers $2 par year. Grange clubs of ten or more, $1.50. Subscriptions oayable invariably iu advance. All money should be aent by Drift or Post Office Order to THE GBIHUK ADVANCE. Bed log, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. Advertising Rates. ON ADVERTISING PAGES. 1 column 1 year, $100, 1 month, $15. 73, 10. 54 48, 1. J4 35 5. M« column..'.*.'.'.' Si,' 3. IN ASYBBTUXNtt COLUMNS OP PAGES DZVO'EB TO BEADING MATTES. 1 column Ijear, $130, 1 month, $30. 84. 15. J4 60, 10. 42, 7. 1-ld column 25, 4. Special notices in editorial columns, 25 cents per line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements for a mouth or less, and invariably in advance unlets speeial arrangements are made. THB GBANGB ADVANCB is furnished iu cluts of tea for $1.50 per year, and will be famished for the next thirty days to single subscribers for three months, and to clubs of ten ...

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 July 1874

,'jij.ijiiiwi»pyyry '.''.. wti-^^mim i-'.iii .ini.ii .ill,. ..\m^Kt GBAKGB Courau are at this moment interested devising a safe scheme for the f.rA^K purchase and distribution of larm supplies at the minimum rates of cost. Before any scheme shall be settled upon and recom mended for adoption, the whole subject should be canvassed thoroughly, aided by whatever experience the times will fur nish. Underlying such investigation the investigation will meet at every turn the •question of capital, or what is the same •thing, of undoubted credit. An association without ready capital or •oredit is no more respected in the open markets of the world than an impecunious individual. To purchase to the best ad vantage some scheme must be devised by each County Council, first to establish the -credit of the purchasing agency on a solid baais under such supervision as will pre serve its character from year to year unsul 1 iel. To do this it may be indispensable to hare a people's bank modeled somew...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 1 July 1874

^^ff!^*^— T'rajagrfjjTTTii'^ ffrpi PP »p THE SHAME AD7ASDE. WEDNESDAY. JULY 1. 1874. Educational. Meeting of the School District Clerk* of Good hue County in Bed Wing—Questions dis cussed—Remarks by State Supt. Wilson. The Clerks of the Public Schools of Goodhue County met at the Court House in Red Wing, on Friday the 26th of June, at 10 o'clock A. M. The con vention was called to order by the County Superintendent, J. W. Hancock, and proceeded to perfect an organization. Fletcher L. Hagler of Roscoe was elect ed President, and S. D. Root of Spring Creek, Cherry Grove Township, was elected Clerk. The Supt. read the law in pursuance of which the meeting was called. Under motion, a committee of three, consisting of B. B. Herbert, of Red Wing, H. B. Powers, of Roscoe, and H. W. Bailey, of Florence, were appointed to prepare a list of subjects for discus sion at the afternoon session. The rest of the forenoon session was passed in the suggestion of topics by members of the convention, a...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 1 July 1874

follttefllitto«nmgw. I seems that some partisan editors •nd writers are grievously troubled about the Granges meddling in politics. The question is what is the motive of ir complaints and warnings? Are honestly and kindly concerned he good of the Patrons, or is it moK from the fear that their own par ty craft is in danger There is reason for suspicion. It is evidently a wise policy to ex olude from Grange meetings all bitter debates on partizan politics aud sectarian religion, which tend to distract and di vide the members but it is not poli tics simply so much as the strife and disharmony that are to be avoided. As to politics per se, in the sense of principle and practical measures, that was the very bottom plank of the farm ere' movement through the Granges. That is politics of the true kind—the politics of working men and producers— politics of brotherhood and humanity. That must be discussed and ventilated everywhere. The more the better. The people need a universal, friendly, ...

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. — 1 July 1874

I PLB181NT FfltKSHftUNT N GHANGat !10*lCt». ,. A correspondent writing the German town Telegraph, says: For enlightenment of thousands of lovers of these cooling, refreshing and wholesome luxuries, I give you the two modes of pre p.iring them—the hest first: ^pj,- Neapolitan ice-cream.—Rub well to gether twelve eggs and one and a quarter pounds of white sifted sugar, two quarts of perfectly fresh and pure cream, flavor as below named, and cook in a large boiler, (a tin vessel set into a larger one containing hot water.) stirring constantly till it thickens, hut it must not curdle. Strain through a fine sieve and put it on ice to.cool. As there is reason in the cooking of eggs," so the freezing of ice-cream demands care and skill it may be as teadily underdone or overdone as a beef-steak or an oyster stew. I will suppose you use Tingley's freezer, which I find superior to any other. Pour the cream into the freezing-can, pu| in the dasher, cover and fasten then Breakup your ice with a...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 1 July 1874

A PliBASAIVr AD CHEA KK 1 be Art of MaMo let*. A correspondect writing the fierman town Telegraph, says For enlightenment of thousands of lovers of these cooling, refreshing and wholesome luxuries, I give you the two modes of pre \ring them—the best first: m,-, quart can requires twenty-five pounds of ice and one quart of salt. Cover and fasten the tub and freezer according to the direc tions accompanying each freezer observe that the more slowly the work is done the firmer and smoother will be the product. If a large bulk of light snowy cream is desired^turn the dasher as rapidly as pos sible what is gained in volume, however, is lo-t in quality. If beaten rapidly at first, or if beaten at all before the cream is entirely chilled, small grains of butter will appear diffused through the mass When the freezing is completed cpen the f]ie can remove the dasher, pack the cream to harden and A little good cake with the ice-cream helps out the lunch, and makes everybody feel more comforta...

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. — 8 July 1874

HEWS W THE WKft. TUESDAY, Jane 30.—The Jewish City of Serditcher inVolhynie, Russian Poland, has had a recent succession of great fires. One daysix hundred houses were burned, and the next-day nearly as many more were destroyed. The two succeeding days the town was again visited by fires, and whole streets were laid in ashes.... Marshal Concha, the General-in-Chief of the national army of Spain, was killed Saturday in leading a division of his army so an attack upon a Carlist position at Es xella. The repulse of hi»command was attended with heavy loss of men and line officers.... President MacMahon has of fended the legitimists of France by an nouncing his determination to remain at the headSof the nation and plainly intimat ing that he was not keeping the place for any one else, as the monarchists hoped.... One hundredof the locked*out farm labor ers of New Market, Eng., havestarted on a pilgrimage through the agricultural dis tricts, to plead the cause of labor in the principal to...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 8 July 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, June 30.—The Jewish City of Berditcher in "Volhynia, Russian Poland, has had a reoent succession of great fires. One day six hundred houses were burned, and the next'day nearly as many more were destroyed. The two succeeding days the town was again visited by fires, and whole streets were laid in ashes.... Marshal Concha, the General-in-Chief of ifce national army of Spain, was killed Saturday in leading a division of hie army an attack upon a Garlist position at E9 teMa. The repulse of his command was attended with heavy loss of men aed line officers... President MacMahon has of fended the legitimists of France by an nouncing his determination to remain at the head of the nation and plainly intimat ing that he was not keeping the place for any one else, as the monarchists hoped One hundred of the locked-iut farm labor ers of New Market, Eng., have started on a pilgrimage through the agricultural dis tricts, to plead the cause of labor in the principal 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. — 8 July 1874

THE GEA3STG E ADVANCE. W E N E S A 8, 1874 O A E O E 29 1 8 7 4 Editor Granye Advance A in hitherto has boeu written to you respecting our a at this placo, and a affairs in general I a this occasion to do so. Cottag Grove a was organize in a uar last, and has now fifty-, five substantial members On the 17t inst.,aspe notiee in the A A N E I the a and a eu came off at this place. he meeting consisted mainly of the members of our own and at of Poin Doug las, re were representations from N Star Newport a in a Stillwate Granges he day was line. in Douglas came up with a fine a of music, and such a procession as a the little villuge of Cottag Grov to its enlivening strains was never seen re before. 1 must mention a circumstance connected v.ith the affair at is somewhat significant. Mr Donnell addressed he farmers here last year, also A a a to is year the Radica a insisted on in the speaker first tried Gov. a is he was pre-engaged they so Mam Davidson and Sanborn got promises, but the day...

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 July 1874

THE GBAJJGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1874. COTTAGE GROVE, June 29, 1874. Editor Grange Advance As nothing hitherto has been written to you respecting our Grange at this place, and Grange affairs in. general. I take this occasion to do so. Cottage Grove Grange was organized in Jan uary last, and has now fifty-, five substantial members. On the 17th hist.,as per notice in the ADVANCE. the Grangers' and Farmers' picnic came off at this place. The meeting consisted mainly of the members of oar own Grange, and that of Point Doug las, though there were representations from North Star, Newport, Hastings and Stillwater Granges. The day was fine, Point Douglas came up with a fine band of music, and such a procession as marched through the little village of Cottage Grove to its enlivening strains was never seen here before. I must mention a circumstance connected v.ith the affair that is somewhat significant. 31r. Donnelly addressed the farmers here lust year, also Ara Bartou. This year th...

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 July 1874

ffW Constitution and By-Laws or he Goodhue County Council Patrons of Husbandry. PREAMBLE. In order to form a more perfect union, secure our rights and protect our interests against the encroachments of all combina tions, we, the delegates of the Subordinate Granges of Patrons of Husbandry, in Goodhue County, Minnesota, do hereby adopt the following Constitution and By Laws for our government: ARTICLE I. CONSTITUTION. This Association shall be called the Goodhue County Council of Patrons of Husbandry. ARTICLE II. OBJECT. The object of this Council shall be the promotion and attainment of united and uniform action of the Granges of which it is composed, in all matters affecting their interest and welfare, both in buying and selling the products of their labor, and making a common enemy of all monopolies, cliques and ring^ that exist on extortions from the farmer. ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIP. SECTION 1. This Council shall be com posed of such delegates as the Subordinate Granges shall sele...

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 July 1874

THE GRANGE ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, JULY 8,1874. MANN, St. Vkol, __. B. HERBERT Bed Wing, ance to them. it TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'ingle Subscribers $3 per year. Granite clubs of ten or more, fl.fO. Subscriptions nayable if variably in advance. All money should be sent by Draft or Post Office Order to THE GRAROI ADVANCE, Red #\ng, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. S Advertising Rale?. ON ADVERTISING ?A03S. 1 column 1 year, $100, 1 month, $15. 79, 10. Ji 48, 7. 35, 5. M6 column 31, 3. IN ADVCRtlZINO COLUMNS 07 PAGES HZVO^SO TO BEADING MATTER. 1 column 1 year, $120, 1 month, $80. 84. 15. 60, 10. 42, 7. 1-16 column 254 4. Special notices in editorial columns, 25 cents per line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements for a month or lees, and invariably in advance unless epeeial arrangements are made. Tsw GRANGE ADVANCE is famished ia clubs 'of ten for $1.50 per year, and will be tarnished for the next thirty days to single subscribers for three months, and to clubs 'of te...

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. — 8 July 1874

A&EICiniTURAL. Salt Moaure Various experiments have been made by M. Peiigot and others in Europe, to test the value of salt as a manure. The fol lowing summing up seems to have been arrived at: Salt should never be applied other than in a pulverous state, and never -employed on impervious cold and humid soils. The best manner to use it, is to combine it with other manures, a dose of 200 weight to the acre being sufficient. When selected to destroy insects, it should be applied before sunrise. In the ease of cereals, salt strengthens the stems and causes the ears to fill better, and favors the dissolution and assimilation of the phos phates and silicates. It acts vigorously on potatoes, and can he detected in their •ashes to the extent of one-half of one per cent... Asparagus is a veritable glutton in the presence of salt. A dose of 300 •weight per acre acts without £ail on beets, injuring its value for sugar purposes, but enhancing it for the feeding of cattle. Colza has as mark...

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 July 1874

AGERIOnETDEAL. Various experiments hare been made by M. Peligot and others in Europe, to test the value of salt as a manure. The fol lowing summing up seems to have been arrived at: Salt should never be applied other than in a pulverous state, and never -employed on impervious cold and humid soils. The best manner to use it, is to •combine it with other manures, a dose of 200 weight to the acre being sufficient. When selected to destroy insects, it should be applied before sunrise. In the case of cereals, salt strengthens the stems and causes the ears to fill better, and favors the dissolution and assimilation of the phos phates and silicates. It acts vigorously on potatoes, and' can be detected in their •ashes to the extent of one-half of one per cent.- Asparagus is a veritable glutton in the presence of salt. A dose of 300 weight per acre acts without fail on beets, injuring its value for sugar purposes, but enhancing it for the feeding of cattle. •Colza has as marked predilection...

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 July 1874

Independence Day in Goodhue County. Grange Celebration in BaiUg's Grove. A Glorious Success of which the Patrons of the State may be proud. Bailey's Grove is situated about ten miles south of Red Wing on the Red Wing and Zumbrota road. It was on the farm of J. V. fl. Bailey, one of the oldest settlers of the County, and is situated on a knoll or ridge of ground descending at an easy grade to the north. Toward this grove the thoughts of the Patrons of this rich agricultural county had turned for many weeks past. The nearest Grange, the Farmers' Guild, had been busied with hauling lumber, clearing up the grounds, seating and building a suitable stand. The morning opened fair but terribly hot, yet the earliest dawn found many on their way to the place where they were to unite to celebrate the day that gave not only birth to a mighty republic, but hope and the possibil ity of freedom to the oppressed of the whole world. At eight o'clock the people commenced arriving at the grove and fro...

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 July 1874

Hed "Wing and Yicinity. —Vasa Lutheran Church had a picnic on the Fourth. —The high water makes the use of the ferry flats in this city rather difficult. Where, 0 where is the Nellie Sheldon —Mr. Moses Bryant sold his farm in the town of Leon, consisting of 160 acres, on Thursday or Friday of last week for $6,. 500. It is worth while to own a farm in the best wheat growing county in the State. —The calaboose, or city lock-up, was the receptacle of five patriotic individuals on the Fourth. They were put in to let their superabundance of patriotism cool off. Patriotic whisky was too many for them. —The police nabbed a smart young man on the train Monday. A telegram had in formed them that he had made a sai mis take at St. Paul, and taken a revolver that very unluckily for him happened to belong to some one else. Mr. Kemp made the ar rest and Marshal Dekay very obligingly accompanied the enterprising youth back •to the saintly city. —The Svea Benevolent Society had a jpicnic celebratio...

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 July 1874

Sefl "Wing and Tirinity. —Vasa Lutheran Church had a picnic on the Fourth. —The high water makes the use of the ferry flats in this city rather difficult. Where, 0 where is the Nellie Sheldon —Mr. Moses Bryant sold his farm in the town of Leon, consisting of 160 acres, on Thursday or Friday of last week for $6,. 500. It is worth while to own a farm in the best wheat growing county in the State. —The calaboose, or city lock-up, was the receptacle of five patriotic individuals on the Fourth. They were put in to let their superabundance of patriotism cool off. Patriotic whisky was too many tor them. —The police nabbed a smart young man on the train Monday. A telegram had in formed them that he had made a sad mis take at St. Paul, and taken a revolver that very unluckily for him happened to belong to some one else. Mr. Kemp made the ar rest and Marshal Dekay very obligingly Accompanied the enterprising youth back *o the saintly city. —The Svea Benevolent Society had a picnic celebration...

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 July 1874

THE PJ££. A American Man M•• an Interview with a ROME, April 3.—It is very simple and very easily accomplished, especially if you are an American. You get a permit to enter the Vatican. This is the first step, ami your banker can easily take it for you. You put on your clawhammer and your white necktie. It is as much as though you were going to an evening party, but in this case gloves are not necessary. The ladies go in black, and as plainly dressed as posssible. With there few preliminar ies the affair develops slowly but surely, ', hough after it is all over you begin to vronaer how it happened. AT THE VATICAN. You see this Vatican is one of the most bewildering palaces in the world. There is no end to the halls that fade away in the distance, growing narrow and ragged as they climb endless staircases, between long yanks of splendid pillars and under arched roofs that are fretted with stucco, fresco and statues that seem just ready to leap down from the cornices where they are ha...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 July 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, July 1.—By reversing a •witch before all the cars had passed, an impatient switch tender at Stony Greek station, on the Sboro Line railroad of Con necticut, yesterday morning, turned the hind truck of the last car off the track. The result was that all the train except the engine and tender went over a trestle work bridge, fifteen feet high, and 107 persons were injured and one was killed. The latter was the Superintendent of the line, a young man named Wilcox, who on feeHng the bumping of the truck, pulled the ball rope and then jumped from the car, which fell upon him and broke his neck. The train was a local one and most of those injured belonged in New Haven and neighboring towns... .The railway bridge over the Juniata at Lewiston, Pa,, was blown down Saturday while eighteen freight cars were on it, killing three per sons and wounding four others. Thesame storm partly destroyed the Glen Morgan furnace, killing two men Eight per sone were capsized out o...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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