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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 July 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, July 1.—By reversing a switch before all the cars had passed, an impatient switch tender at Stony Greek station, on the Shore 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 persona were injured and one was killed. The latter was the Superintendent of the line, a young man named Wilcox, who on feeling 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. The same storm partly destroyed the Glen Morgan furnace, killing two men Eight per sona were capsized out of ...

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 July 1874

ZUMBROTA, July 13, 1874. Wc are having very pleasant weather at present not too warm now for com fort and sufficiently cool for wheat. Although many fields, especially the early sown and on new ground, will yield heavily, yet our crop must fall far short of last year's product. On Saturday last Mr. Ezra Wilder, a Patron and well-known citizen, not only here, but throughout the county, sold at auction his farming land, his horses, cows and fanning tools, reserving only his village property. Naturally of an iron constitution and a great worker, years at length are beginning to show their slow but sure work and insuffi cient health, both of himself and wife, has led to this movement. To us it is sad to see the old pioneer and veteran lay aside, at all, the accustomed harness. Mr. Wilder, however, at his home has quite a portion of ground which he cul tivates with jreat care and taste. He is giving much attention to the culture of fruit, ornamental trees, &c, and probably will now g...

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 July 1874

SeelIWngand TErinity. —The new bridge at Cannon Falls is to be of iron, 184 feet long. —Chaffee and Blakely are to put the combustable part of the material into the new hotel. —The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hodgman, died on Friday night and was buried on Sunday. —E. P. Watson has another novelty in the way of neat sign reading, Novelty Harness Works." —The extensive inflation of the depot building is another indication of the in creasing business of this city. —Vogt & Hill are the contractors of the wood works of the new Opera House being built by the Turners of this city. —To-morrow that comet, according to best authority, will switch its tail in the faces of the dwellers upon the earth. —The Baptist Church in this city, has been repainted and furnished with gas. In its new coat it looks very beautiful. —Men arrived direct from the grasshop per regions, report that there is no exager ation in the rumors of destitution on the frontiers. —People hereabouts have quit saying...

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 July 1874

~i THE GRANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15,1874. B. HERBERT Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Pingle Ssbecribera |3 per year. Granse clubs of ten or more, $l.r.O. Subccrtptions Dayable invariably ia advance All money should be sent by Draft or Post Office Order to TH* GRAHQX ADVANCE, Red Wing, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions) at once. Advertising Rates. OH ADVZBTISIKG PAGES. 1 column 1 year, {100, 1 motith, $15. 72, 10. 48, 7. 35, 5. 1-16 column M« 3. IK ABVSBTIZ:MO COLUMNS or PAGES DBVCED TO BEADING MATTES. 1 column 1 year, $120, 1 month, $20. 84. 15. 60, 10. 42, 7. 1-16 column 25, 4. Special notices in editorial columns, 25 cents per line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements for a month or less, and invariably in advance unless speeial arrangements are made. THK GRANGE ADVANCE is furnished in clubs of ten for $1.50 per year, and will be furnished for the next thirty days to single subscribers for three months, and to clnbs of ten or mora for foar months at 50 cents ea...

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. — 15 July 1874

I TOE GRANGE ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, JULY 15,1874. B. HERBERT Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ingle Sabecriben SjS per year. Granse clubs of ten or more, $l.r.O. Subscriptions Dayable invariably in advance All money should be sent by Draft or Poet Office Order to TH» Guano* ADVANOK. Red Wiog, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. Advertising Rates. OH ADVERTISING PAGES. 1 column 1 year, 100, 1 month, $15. 73, 10. 48, 7. 35. 5. 1-16 column 31, 8. IK ADVERTIZING COLUMNS OPPAOS8 DEVO'ED TO BEADING HATTEB. 1 column 1 year, $120, 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 month or less, and invariably in advance unless speeial arrangements are made. TBB GRANGE ADVANCE is furnished in clubs ef ten for $1.50 per year, and will be furnished for the next thirty days to single subscribers for three months, and to clubs of ten or mora for foar months at 50 cents each...

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. — 15 July 1874

-assassESKassssKEHgaB! STATE ITEMS. OLD hay ia worth mora than new at .Alexandria. A BOAT club is to be organized at .Fergus Falls. WHEAT is rusting badly in some ^portions of the State. CANNON FALLS talks about an agri cultural fair this fall. TiizftE is no fair to be held in Saint Xouis county this year. THE Alexandria postofflce has been :made a money order office. JAMES ELLISON, of Owatonna, is rtnissing, and is wanted at that city. FRESH peaches are to be had at ^Rochester. Dubuque furnishes them. CREMATION, as applied to potato bugs, is popular in Dodge county. GRASSHOPPERS have certainly solved ttbe cheap transportation question. THERE is more fun in shooting dogs than in anything else that can be im agined. A BOY by the name of Messer was killed at Dodge Centre by a sky rocket on the Fourth. A KEROSENE lamp exploded in the chouse of A. J. Cannon, of Sauk Centre, last week and burned up the premises. ACCORDING to law Canadian steam ers cannot cany wheat from Dululh to Sarina ...

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. — 15 July 1874

*B STATE ITEMS. OLD hay is worth mora than new at .Alexandria. A BOAT club is to be organized at Fergus Falls. WHEAT is rusting badly in some portions of the State. CANNON FALLS talks about an agri cultural fair this fall. THJSUE is no fair to be held in Saint Xouis county this year. THE Alexandria postofflce has been :made a money order office. JAMES ELLISON, of Owatonna, is mussing, and is wanted at that city. FRESH peaches are to be had at ^Rochester. Dubuque furnishes them. CREMATION, as applied to potato bugs, is popular in Dodge county. GRASSHOPPERS have certainly solved tthe cheap transportation question. THERE is more fun in shooting dogs than in anything else that can be im agined. A BOY by the name of Messer was killed at Dodge Centre by a sky rocket on the Fourth. A KEROSENE lamp exploded in the house of A. J. Cannon, of Sauk Centre, 'last week and burned up the premises. ACCORDING to law Canadian steam ers cannot cany wheat from Duluth to Sarins the same as American vess...

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. — 15 July 1874

^TSEtBlJStSEJJSVJLSCK WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1874 Two spoonfuls of oatmeal in a tuna bier of water it said to make a much better drink than any of the ordinary mixtures of vinegar and molasses with ginger and water, which farmers use in the haying or harvest field. Minister Jewell, formerly Governor of Connecticut, then Minister to Rus sia, and now appointed Postmaster Gen eral by the President, is exceedingly wealthy. To him that hath shall be given, and from htm that hath not shall be taken away, even that which he hath." Grant evidently feels bound by that passage of Scripture. The Czar of Russia is a regular old fogy, he has sentenced his nephew who stole a set of diamonds to banishment for life to Caucasus. Had the Czar been the head of the most free enlightened Christain Nation of the world, he would have appointed his nromising relative Collector of the Part of New York, or head Fugleman of the District of Columbia, that he might have had an opportunity for the full de velopment...

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. — 15 July 1874

Ie Grange tie Faraers School. I We take the following extract from speech delivered by William W. Rey nolds at Fedonia Kansas as printed in the Industrial Age: Cannot the Eastern capitalists see they have invoked a contest that is sure to result ultimately in their disaster. The seat of power and population has been transferred from the coast States, from New England, factories and Wall street centres, to the prairies and plains of the West and Southwest. New Eng land could once afford, perhaps, to be dictatorial and domineering, but her psalm singing and plundering in the name of liberty is, to use a more em phatic than elegant Western phrase, played out.' Her monopoly power is broken. Six or eight millions of peo ple cannot govern or control forty mil lions. The West and South are natural allies. Their interests are mutual. In this currency question there is but one course for the West and South to pur sue. They must look io the interests of a large majority of the people. If the ...

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. — 15 July 1874

tiraage tie farawrs School. We take the following extract from speech delivered by William W. Rey lolds at Fedonia Kansas as printed in 'the Industrial Age: Cannot the Eastern capitalists see they have invoked a contest that is sure to result ultimately in their disaster. The seat of power, and population has been transferred from the coast States, from New England, factories and Wall street centres, to the prairies and plains of the West and Southwest. New Eng land could once afford, perhaps, to be dictatorial and domineering, but her psalm singing and plundering in the name of liberty is, to use a more em phatic than elegant Western phrase, played out/ Her monopoly power is broken. Six or eight millions of peo ple cannot govern or control forty mil lions. The West and South are natural allies. Their interests are mutual. In this currency question there is but one course for the West and South to pur sue. They must look to the interests of a large majority of the people. If the Eas...

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. — 15 July 1874

COMETS. Curious Theories About Celes tial VMHON. [From the New York Herald, July 3.] VariouB theories have heen offered as to the purpose for which comets were created and sent flying about through illimitable space. By some it is thought they may be the scavengers of the universe, sweeping up the impurities that accumulate from the countless worlds of an infinite crea tion. They have been regularly appear ing in our solar system as long as astron omy can recollect, and mayhap if they did not put in an appearance at intervals some dreadful explosion of electricity might oc cur that might blow our globe to pieces. Those of a religious turn will have it that they come to remind men of his con temptible helplessness, of the little ac count he could possibly be in the struggle with the fall of a comet, and to drive the ruinous and sinful passions of pride, av arice and ambition from his heart. Again, there are those who believe that comets may act as a balance wheel in the vast ma chine...

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. — 22 July 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, July 14.—A small reservoir on Middlefield brook, a tributary of the Westfield river in Massachusetts, gave way yesterday morning on account of the press* ore caused by heavy rains. This resulted in the breaking of the dam of a second and larger reservoir and a flood down the valley, which caused great destruction of property, but fortunately no lives were lost. In bridges and road bed washed away the Beston and Albany railroad lost not less than $150,000, while the loss of individuals, in amounts not exceeding $3,000, swells the aggregate to about $350, 000. Several bridges were carried away and farm fields alone the valley were over flowed and much damagaed. The ul tramontane or extreme Catholic party of Germany, and the government of William and Bismarck, are vigorously warring against each other, each using its own weapons. The Catholic societies, for in stance, recently held a grand assembly at Mayance in which they denounced the government most hearti...

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. — 22 July 1874

M*t .»i-Ti-..«.-H*-:^.C ....,„.„,•,-*-• THE GRANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1874. Inventory of the Waseca News Two pages of advertising, two padres of de linquent taxes." and paten i-i.-ddes live paper that. A We are glad to be informed that at the request of Worthy Master Geo. I. Parsons, the National Grange has ap propriated, fur the second time, a thou sand dollars to the relief of sufferers from the grasshoppers in this State. Bismark barely escaped death at tiic hands of an assassin a few days 'tir*) His opposition to the Jesuits is suppos ed to be the cause fur this attempt. and a priest who is supposed to be im plicated in the matter has been arrested as well as the would be assassin. When the last House of Represen tatives increased their salaries I TOOK MY INCREASED PAY."—Dvimcir* speech at Oicatouua. Wasting your breath Mark, we knew that long ago. That was one of your intensely loyal operations. Now mark me." said Dunnell the salary grabber in his speech in Owaton na ...

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. — 22 July 1874

THE SttArfSEElffi£W£ WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1874. Inventory of the Waseca News Two pages of advertising, two pajres of de-^ linquent taxes," and patent if»*ides A live paper that. We are glad to be informed that at the request of Worthy Master Geo. I. Parsons, the National Grange has ap propriated, for the second time, a thou sand dollars to the relief of sufferers from the grasshoppers in this State. Bismark barely escaped death at the hands of an assassiu a few d:»ys ago His opposition to the Jesuits is suppos ed to be the cause for this attempt. and a priest who is supposed to be im plicated in the matter has been arrested as well as the would be assassin. When the last House of Represen tatives increased their salaries I TOOK MY INCREASED PAY."—Dvnndf* speech at Owatonna. Wasting your breath Mark, we knew that long ago. That was one of your intensely loyal" operations. Now mark me." said Dunnell the salary grabber in his speech in Owatmi na the other day. Yes, Mark, we •rather thin...

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. — 22 July 1874

F\'\ The Wisconsin Kailroad Decision. Below we give what the Industrial Age says in reference to the late decis ion in the U. S. Circuit Court on the Wisconsin railroad law of last winter. The Legislature fixed maximum rates for carrying freights and passengers, which the companies declare are much less than they can possibly afford to car ry for. and that if the law were carried out it would destroy every railroad in the State, cind therefore they brought suit in the U. S. Circuit Court to re strain the execution of the law, claim ing/hat it is unconstitutional. They prepared themselves for the fight by getting lengthy opinions from William M. Svarts, Judge Curtis, and other em inent lawyers, in their favor. How much they paid for these opinions is something the public will never know. What right have they to know such things? Weii armed with*rhese opin ions from the greatest lawyers in the country the railroads supposed they couid carry the courts by storm. They failed. The court ...

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. — 22 July 1874

THE GRANGE .ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22,1874. B. HERBERT Editor. TSRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. tingle Subscribers |S per year. Grange clubs of ten or mora, $1.60. Subscriptions oajable variably in advance. All money sbonld be sent by Draft or Post Office Order to THE GBAMOB ASVAKCK, Redaction Wing, Minn. Pleue send in yoor snbscrlptiona at oace. Advertising Rates. ON ADVEBTIBIHO PASES. 1 column 1 year, $100, 1 month, $15. 78, 10. 54 48, 7. \k ........ 85 5. 1-16 colnmn 91,' 8. IH ADVIBIIZZNO COtUMKS Of PAGES DEVO»«D TO BIADIMO XATTBB. 1 column 1 year, $130, 1 month, $30. Yi ........ 84. 15. a ....*.*.*.*.". «o, io. 43 7 1-1« column.*.'.'.'.'.' m\ 4. Special notices in editorial columns, 35 cento per line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements lor a month or less, and invariably in aavai.ce unless special arrangements are made. Taa GBABOB ADVANCE is famished la clubs •of tea for $1.50 per year, and will be furnished for tbe next thirty days to single subscribers for three months, and...

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. — 22 July 1874

0* THE GRANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1874. E E Editor. S S O SUBSCRIPTION. ingle Subscribers 2 per year. Grange clubs of ten or more, $ 1.50. Subscriptions oajable variably in advance. All money should be sent by Draft or Poet Office Order to TOE GRAHUB ADVANCE. Red Wing, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. Advertising Rates ON ADTEBTI8ING PASES. 1 column 1 year, $100, 1 month, $15. V4 72, 10. 43, 7. 35, 5. 1-16 colnmn si 3. IS ADVERllZINO COLUMNS OP PAGES DEVO»ED TO BEADING MATTES. 1 column 1 year, $120, 1 month, $20. 84. 15. a 4i «o, io. a is, 7. l-lfi colnmn 25, 4. Special notices in editorial columns, 25 cents per line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements for a month or lees, and invariably in Suvaixe unless speeial arrangements are made. THE GRANGE ADVANCE is furnished io clots of teH for $1.50 per year, and will be furnished for the next thirty days to single subscribers for three months, and to clubs of ten or mors for four months at 50 cents each ...

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. — 22 July 1874

tttv WwwMl 4 1 I W I I I hoped that with the brave and strong My portioned task might lie To toil amid the busy throng With/fc*po8e pure and high But God has fixed another part, And He has fixed it well I said so with my breaking heart When first this anguish fell. These weary hours will not be lost, These days of misery, These nights of darkness, tempest-tossed, Can I but turn to Thee With secret labor to sustain In patience every blow, 'To gather fortitude from pain And holiness from woe. If Thou should'st bring me back to life, More humble I should be, More wise, more strengthened for the strife, More apt to lean on Thee Should death be standing at the gate, Thus should I keep my vow, But Lord! whatever be my late, Oh, let mc serve thee now! —[Anne Bronte. A HIGHWAYMAH'S BRIDE. -BY WALTER WINWOOD. The'early years of the reign of George 311. was the time of those gallant robbers, 'whose fine clothes, high bearing, reckless Uiardihood, and (frequently) good birth, vtook away from 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. — 22 July 1874

Booth All Tfefago Well. 1 hoped that with the braTe and strong My portioned task might lie To toil amid the busy throng Witb/Egppose pure and high iBut God lias fixed another part, And He has fixed it well 1 said so with my breaking heart When first this anguish fell. These weary hours will not be lost, These days of misery, These nights of darkness, tempest-tossed, Can I but turn to Thee With secret labor to sustain In patience every blow, 'To gather fortitude from pain And holiness from woe. If Thou ghould'st bring me back to life, More humble I should be, More wise, more strengthened for the strife, More apt to lean on Thee Should deatli be standing at the gate, Thus should I keep my vow, But Lord! whatever be my fate, Oh, let mc serve thee now! —[Anne Bronte. .'A HIGHWAYMAN'S BRIDE. -BY WALTER WIXWOOD. The early years of the reign of George 311. was the time of those gallant robbers, whose tine clothes, high bearing, reckless ihardihood, and (frequently) good birth, ^ook away fr...

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. — 22 July 1874

I HI I -411 I E 4 ii 1 .J miiiii»» I --, ii in npj ''«iiiiii'|i i»H!iiinCpi|'ii'i, &&m***»m •'»,,...'».,.., .in 1)1 II'.H, pruiii Railroads. ANSWER TO THE LETTER OF PRESIDENT DRAKE. and other railroad operators. That ad verse legislation, and the hostility of the people toward railroads generally, had prevented the building of this, (the Blue Earth branch of the Wells road,) and other contemplated roads throughout the west, and in the next sentence directly contradicts the state ment and imputation by saying, The best informed of us in railroad opera ting are just waking up to the fact that no possible income of railroads in Min nesota can make them desirable prop erty until the population becomes more dense, and the people abler to travel."' And had he added to the last state ment, until premature enterprises, stock watering, dishonest officials, ex orbitant salaries permitting the rail road officials to revel in luxuries, and general mismanagement of railroad af fairs is a...

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