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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 July 1874

Bed "Win and Vicinity, —Nash, the gas-y man, is in town —Haying is well under way. This crop is not so good as last year. —Early harvesting will be commenced tfl^the valleys near Red Wing this week ,—The grasshoppers are reported numer ous in the vicinity of Centerville, St. Croix Co., Wis. —H. Lowater, formerly of this county, keeps the post office and.also a Surveyor's office at Esdaile. —Union Temperance Meeting at the Bap" tist Church next Sunday evening at 7J p. m. Dillon O'Brien is to lecture. —Rev. Chas. Griswold, pastor of the M. E. Church, starts East on a visit. He will be gone about a month. Regular services will be kept up during his absence. —Mr. J. M. Hodgman, the efficient super intendent of the lour mill department of the Red Wing Mills, starts East to-night, (Wednesday), for a short visit. —Frank Ives, for many years a J. P. in this city, and now a sojourner up some where toward the North Pole, showed him self once more on our streets, Monday. —Mr. Miles Standish, f...

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. — 22 July 1874

4- "--ar MINNESOTA CTDP REPORTS. SOUTHERN MINNESOTA. WABASHAW COUNTY. Lake City, July 18.—Farmers in this •vicinity report that wheat and oats will average about two-thirds of a full crop. No harvesting has been done yet of wheat, but harvesting will be com menced in about three weeks. No grasshoppers here. Wabashaw, July 18.—We'will have a fair and average crop. The barley harvest is in progress. The valley farmers will commence cutting wheat in about two weeks. There is consid* erable complaint of chintz bug and rust in winter wheat. Kellogg, July 18.—Everything bids fair to a good harvest in this vicinity general harvest will commence about August 1st. A few will commence the latter part of next week. No grass hoppers. Weaver, July 18.—Reports seem fa* vorable for a fair harvest of wheat, barley and oats in this vicinity. A few crops of winter and spring wheat will be harvested next week. Harvest in general will begin about the first of August, WINONA COUNTY. St. Charles, July 18...

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 July 1874

3WS£Rr^~ —"iff! ••••*•••..-». NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, Jnly 21.—Theodore Tilton's statement against Henry Ward Beecher was submitted last evening to the commit tee of inquiry of Plymouth Church, but will not be made public until the inquiry is concluded. The Chicago common council passed an ordinance last night ex tending the fire limit or prohibition of wooden buildings to include the whole city. Large fires are raging in the Peshtigo woods of Wisconsin. In Maysville, Ky., Julia Kerns, a beautiful girl of 17, having the toothache, went to bed Friday night with a bottle of chloro form in her hand. Saturday morning she was found dead with the open bottle at her breast. She had beccme so stupified as to be unable to remove the bottle. An other young lady.sleeping with Miss Kerns was so overcome by the chloroform that it was difficult to arouse her. Capt. Bates and company of infantry have had a fight with the Arapahoes in Washington Territory, in which 25 Indians were kill ed. Old I...

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 July 1874

TEE GRANGE^DVAUDE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1874 A man out. west fooled the potato bugs by planting a kernel of corn in eacb hill of potatoes. The corn comiug up first made the bugs think it was a csrn field, and they left in disgust. News summary of the past two weeks hot dry weather, grasshopper carnivals, chiuch bug festivals, sun strokes, potatoe bug uiatineas, with tire scenes by the way of illumination, from that of celestial down to terrestial origin who can run a department of a paper under such circumstances? A lady at Madison, thinking pleas antly to surprise one ot hor boarders, put a gold ring which he had lost in a pancake and places the cake on the plate at breakfast. But the boarder bolted the pancake in such large bites that the presence ot the ring was not discovered, and now it is lost again. An exchange says that Fon Du Lacsirable. husbands have organized a crusade, and go about praying with milliners, beg ging them not to deal out their wives and daughters the ravishi...

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 July 1874

~WV W.!H! ~..~~». rtnt Psalt. CO S I N From the Boys and Girl*' Weekly. I was promised them months before, but somehow mother did not keep her word, and I ragged on in semi-girlish costume, until one day in June father took me down to Mr. Burns, the only tailor in our place, and said: Burns, make that boy a suit. I'm tired of waiting for his mother to do it." The tailor pushed up his spectacles until they rested on the top of his bald head, looked at me attentively for a mo ment, then said: Rather small, isn't he? The fact was, Mr. Burns owed father some money, and my parent wished to obtain something for it. I was between five and six years old, and the height of my ambition was to wear pants. Small?" replied father. No, we consider him rather big for his age." "I don't think I have any suitable material," murmured the tailor, looking perplexedly at my parent. Oh," said father," anything will do." Very well," sighed Burns, taking a bunch of paper strips. I remember that I felt half...

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 July 1874

TilE G1UNGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 29,1874. B. HERBERT Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'ingle Subscriber* fS par year. Grange clnbn of ten or more, fl.f.O. Subscriptions oojable i- variably in advance. All money ehould be sent by Draft or Poet Office Order to THZ GIUBOS ASVANOK, Bed Wirg, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. Advertisin a ON -&DVERT18INO PAGES. 1 column 1 year, $100, 1 month, $15. 78, 10. 48, 7. 85, 5. 6 column 91, 8. is ALVBRTIZ.NO COLUMNS or PAQU D«VOWED TO BXADIMO 1 column 1 year, $121, 1 month, $80. 84. 18. J$ 60, 10. 42, 7. 1-16 column »5, 4. Special notices in editorial columns, 25 cents per line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements for a month or lets, and invariably in auvance unless speeial arrangements are made. Turn GBAMGC ADVANCE is furnished iu clubs of tea 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 four months at 5* cents each on tri...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 July 1874

MtMESOTA MEWS. BLUEBERRY excursions are the fashion at Sauk Rapids. RICHARD D. LEFLER, print er, died a "Winona Sunday last. A BADGE?* weighing thirty pounds was killed in Lyle, Mower county, last week. THE Sleepy Eye Argus has been dis continued on account of the grasshop per raid. HARVESTING Spring wheat will be be gun next week in the south part of the State. STILLWATER suffered from a drought last Sunday—the saloons of the place being all closed. A MANUFACTORY of bent timbers, wag on materials, etc., of wood, has been started at St. Peter. THE Southern Minnesota railway car ries contributions for the destitute in the grasshopper regions, free of charge. FARMERS in Belgrade, Nicollet coun ty, arc hurried in cutting their oats to save them from the grasshoppeps. A MAN named Derhofter, of Conrt land, Nicollet county, has been fined $10 and costs for deliberately breaking another man's thumb. CARPET-BAGGERS are beginning to come by hundreds daily into Southern Minnesota, as usual at...

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 July 1874

A SHAKOPBE, July 25th, 1874. Editors of The Grange Advance: I owe you an apology from my appa rent neglect, but I was absent apart of the winter and spring, and since then my health, as well as that of my wife, has been so delicate, it was out of my power to do anything but what could not be dispensed with, and now I shall have but little of interest to communi cate. Rye, barley and early oats are cut or will be ready to cut next week. My son has commenced to cut wheat to-day and will continue until done the corn and potatoes need rain, and must fall short of what was the general expecta tion a short time since. Hay is good and the weather dry for saving it, and many are doing so. No grasshoppers nearer than Ottawa La Sueur as yet, but no one can tell where they will stop. Each farmer is fearing they will call on them they are not desirable callers or visitors, although their visits, like angels visits, few and far between, still they leave a lasting impression on the minds of those...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 July 1874

Temperance Lecture by Billoa #•tries. The announcement that Dillon O'Brien would lecture at the Baptist Church in Red Wing, on Sunday nighj, the 26th inst., filled the church upon that occasion to its utmost capacity. After the singing of ap propriate pieces by the choir, and prayer by the Rev. Chas. Griswold, Mr. O'Brien, who had taken a lower seat in the syna gogue—in fact, next the door—was called upon to come forward and take a higher place. As he stood before us we were sur prised to discover so little change in his appearance since we heard him in this city seven years ago. Time seems to be dealing kindly with him, and age sits lightly upon him. The lecturer began by saying that as the years rolled on the idols of his youth and enthusiasm had frequently -fallen. What he had taken for gold often proved to be tinselry, and what he valued as beauty turned out to be glass or paint. But there was one subject that had not betrayed his youthful enthusiasm. The more he had tested it t...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 July 1874

*Tis late—in my lone chamber, Borne through the echoing hall, I hear the winds hoarsesobbing, The rain-drops' plashing fall And the street-lamp, on the ceiling, Throws many a weird-like form— Tree-*hadows, dancing wildly To the music of the storm. Called I my vigil lqp*»ly The door is still and fast O'er threshold and o'er carpet No moral loot has passed No rustle ofwhite raiment Or warm breath stirs the air Tet I speak aloud my greeting— My darlings! are you there?*' Nor the three who, by me kneeling, Said, "Our Father," hours ago "W nose cheeks now dent their pillows— Live roses upon snow. They dream not of tbe graveyard And of the hillocks twain Snow-heaped, to-night—(Lovd I help me!) And dripping with the rain! Twelve years! a manly stripling, Our boy by this had grown! Is it four years, or twenty, Since I kissed the eyelids down Of her whose baby sweetness Was a later gift from God, And straightened in the coffin, Wee feet that never trod These are not strangers' glances, That ...

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 July 1874

'Kabes Always. 'Tis late—in my lone chamber, Borne through the echoing hall, I hear the winds hoarse sobbing, The rain-drops' plashing fall And the street-lamp, on the Ceiling, Throws many a weird-like form— Tree-shadows, dancing wildly To the music of the storm. Cf.lled I my vigil lcm^ly The door is still and fast O'er threshold and o'er carpet No moral loot has passed No rustle ot white raiment Or warm breath stirs the air Yet I speak aloud my greeting— My darlings! are you there?'' Nor the three who, by me kneeling, Said, "Our Father," hours ago Wnose cheeks now dent their pillows— Live roses upon snow. They dream not of tte graveyard And ot" the hillocks twain Snow-heaped, to-iiight—(Lord! help me!) And dripping with the rain Twelve years a manly stripling, Our boy by this had grown! Is it four years, or twenty, Since I kissed the eyelids down Of her whose baby sweetness Was a later gift from God, And straightened in the coffin, Wee feet that never trod These are not strangers' ...

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 July 1874

-mmmm 1 P. if 1 ki 1 Town of Warsaw (JbnU'tmeil I St*a W 4 W Bailey Ruble W Ruble a 4 Jlrf re 60 rods to se corner, thence 15 rods, tbonce 66 rods, more or less, to the edge of the timber and the creek, thence neljr along the oreek to the place of begin ning, 5.411873 $0 43 Ole Knutton 12 acres In of nel£ of 20 111 18 commencing 12 rods of ne cor ner of laid M% of ne}£, running thence 24 rods, thence 80 rods, thence 24 rods, thence 80 rods, to place of beginning 1* Ole Halrerson 6 acres In the »yt seKofs«K 20 11118 commencing 44 rods of ne cor ner of sejj of w%, running thence 116 rods, thence 8 rods, thence «J£ rode, thence 72 rods, thence 9% rods, thence 80 rods, to pleje of beginning 5 Unknown 1 acre so corner of »a% of»tW 26 111 18 20 rods and by 8 rods •WW Nettloderson acres side of seJiofse 2C I 18 12 reds and by 80 rods andw Henry Aspen 16 acres inn part of nelgofne% 27 111 18 16 Andrew Thompson a of 28 111 18 40 Jobs Jfchnsou ne]4 of se% 31 \StVH%otwM 31 111 18 20 JBlof OUon...

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. — 29 July 1874

il James Dixon* acroe in sw}4 3 :of neM 1« J«m«a Dixoanwfc of se34 31 do t»eu of BW»4 81 do nw|4 of BW*4 31 do Wm Cleveland .part of lot 4 33 do Beginning the nth corner of "land owned by JeremiahJenks and running thence 4o* 8 rods to a pointon the wlv aide of the street or public road leadingalong the shore of Lake Pepin, thence alone the w'ern line of street or public road 8 44s SO rods to a pout and thence bounded by land of Samuel Herron and said Jere miah Jenks 44° 30 rods to the place of beginning con taining 106.100 acres more or less 8 8 Grannls parcel of land in sec 33 do commencing at a point 5 chains and links 4S" from a point 10 chains and 66 links directly from post between sections 81 and 83, thence 47° 8 rods to the place of beginn'g. From thence again running 43 13 rods, thence 47o 13 rods thence 48© 13 rods, thence 47© 18 rods to place of beginning oontain'gl56 rods more or less. The above de scription covers lots 1 and 3 in block 7 in "town of Central Point" S 8 Gr...

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. — 29 July 1874

•ss STATE OF MINNESOTA, 1 COUNTY OF GOODHUE, The State of Minnesota Page ft Emery Chomce Henry liegeman William Maas Chomce 0 Page Reuben Freeman of 8 Goilo Unknown Mrs Graham Unknown ii Marble Jacob Fleck Sarah A Holms Unknown »14 of A CIu in Unknown 0 .Smith Unknown W Brown Unknown Foster Gromsleck E Kain II li Harris Unknown E Halm Harris Unknown Reuben Freeman Beuj Streerhers Reuben Freeman Emery W W Clark Reuben Freeman WHllnra C'aMwoll w% of 21 District Court, First Judicial District. To all persons,- companies, or corporations, who have or claim any estate, right, title, or interest in, claim to, or lien up on any of the several pieces or parcels of land in the list bore to attached, described: The list of taxes on real estate for the county of Goodhue, in the State of Minnesota, remaining delinquent and unpaid on the first day of June, A. D. 1874, for the year A. D. 187.'i, has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Comt, in said county, of which that hereto a...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 July 1874

IW/ Description "I Real K.itiite. a s»c as, SI Heirs of Edward Wilcox neW of neW 1 109 IS 40.20 v. nwiJofneW 1 109 15 40.00 soW of neW, 1 109 15 40 sw&ofneW 1 109 15 lo Anthony Gillespie 8% of iij^ of sw% Elmore Stotts n% of s%ors% of BwWofnw4 SwW 1 V» commencing 22 rods of nw cor ner of neVi of sw}4, running thence 20 rods, thence 80 rods, .V/m- Hitiltli 1- sw^, commencing 44 rods oi nw cor ner of ueW, of swW.running thence 4 rods, thence 80 rods, thence 4 rods, thence 80 rods to place of beginning Charles Shedd seW, of nwW of swW, I 109 10 Ithainar Bingham nw4 of nwW, of sw4 1 1,09 10. I Stemn* \\]4 of ne'4 of, sw'/i of sw4 1 109 l. ft. James Cram w%of nw}4 oi s\v% of sw'4 !,«' *r W E'shedd e% of nw% of HWW, ol & 109 if. Daniel Adams cW,"f »Vi,,r bfiieWufseW, 2 109 IS 2.5i John A Rogers 8% of se'4 of sw'4 of n«,ix Hal of nwW of seJ4 ofscW A Allen e% of n% of ae% ofseW Tho BWI^ Wni BnchoU/. s'^ofe^o of Unknowne^orw»/.ofnw!4ofsw)^9 109 IS lo Michael Mm phey acres in 11^ ot n...

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 August 1874

MEW S Of THE WEEK. TUESDAY, July 28.—The revelation of to-d*y in the Beecher-Tilton affair pur ports to come from E. Cady Stanton, and to relate how Tilton and his wife, in the presence of Susan B. Anthony, each con fessed to have broken their marriage vow, and how, afterwards, Mrs. Tilton confessed her adultery to Miss Anthony, which Til ton had already told to Mrs. Stanton and Mrs. 5ullard. A card is also published from Tilton in which he complains that the committee of Plymouth Church, in publishing its proceedings, carefully omits his detailed charges against Beecher and the proofs with which he accompanies them....The suffragan Bishop of Poaen has been condemned to fifteen months im prisonment for violation of the new ecclesiastical law of North Germany... .John Mitchell is to have a grand reception in Dublin and Mr. Martin, member of parliament for Meath, will resign his seat in Mitchell's •faror Nicholas Staden's hardware •store, 219 North Clark street, Chicago,was iprepared ...

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 August 1874

Wisconsin Department. MISCELLANY AND NEWS. By E. B. Carter. Sailors think that a comet is a star that has sprung a leak. A recent moralist has affirmed that the human heart is like a jug No mortal eye can look into its recesses, and you can only judge of its purity by what comes out of it. Who ever heard of an editor at a din ner party saying that, owing to a erowd of other matter we are unable to find room for it," when the last course had been passed around. When your pocket book gets empty and everybody knows it you can put all your friends in it and it wont bulge out" worth a cent. The leveling farmers in the principal wheat point in the St. Croix valley, says the Hudson Star and Times, are to have a warehouse of their own at Hammond, and buy, store, and ship for themselves, and so demonstrate by their own expe rience whether heretofore they have been treated fairly or not. If the Ham mond enterprise proves successful, simi lar ones will be inaugurated elsewhere, until the farme...

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 August 1874

S^^WPW"*" *?{%W*&Z*tt$$ \. Bed "Wing and Tidnity. —Let us have those spring beds by all means. —The stone work on the new hotel is fin ished. —Watermelons have appeared in this market. —Red Wing needs one more large manu facturing establishment. Reapers for in stance. —2,418,622 bushels of wheat shipped from Red Wing in one year. How is that for high —Mr. Martin Chandler and family ar rived home Sunday night on the steamer Arkansas. —Mr. S. S. Grannis of this city has late ly been granted a patent for head blocks for saw mills. —Henderson is making a readable paper of the Hutchinson Enterprise. He is giving a humbug patent medicine particular fits. —The stock of millinery and fancy goods owned by the late O. J. Everson, will be closed out at the old stand at 10 per cent, less than cost price. —Because a circus agent refused to pay his advertising bill Henderson got mad and drew a revolver on him. That brought him (the agent) to time. —Red Wing is investing more money in new buil...

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 August 1874

Bed Whig and Vicinity. —Let us have those spring beds by all means. —The stone work on the new hotel is fin ished. —Watermelons have appeared in this market. —Red Wing needs one more large manu facturing establishment. Reapers for in stance. —2,418,622 bushels of wheat shipped from Red Wing in one year. How is that for high —Mr. Martin Chandler and family ar rived home Sunday night on the steamer Arkansas. —Mr. S. S. Grannis of this city has late ly been granted a patent for head blocks for saw mills. —Henderson is making a readable paper of the Hutchinson Enterprise. He is giving a humbug patent medicine particular fits. —The stock of millinery and fancy goods owned by the late O. J. Everson, will be closed out at the old stand at 10 per cent, lees than cost price. —Because a circus agent refused to pay his advertising bill Henderson got mad and drew a revolver on him. That brought him (the agent) to time. —Red Wing is investing more money in new buildings and improvements this yea...

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 August 1874

frflMI*^. •*ys THE GRANG E ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5,1874. B. HERBERT Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. •Ingle Sabscribers ft per year. Change clubs of ten or more, 1.60. Snbteriptions oajable variably In advance. All money should be sent by Draft or Poet Aace Order to Taa Gataaa ASVANOS. Bed Wing, Minn. Pleace send in your subscriptions at once. Advertising Rate*. OH ASTBBTISina PAflU. 1 column 1 year, $100, 1 month, $15. 7«, 10. 48, 7. 85, ft. 1-16 column SI, 8. la AOTBRtiSHe coitmas or TABU DBVCTXD TO BEADING KATTBB. 1 column lyear,$180, 1 month, $30. tt 84. 15. «0, 10. .. 48, 7. 1-18 column 85, 4. Special notices in editorial columns, 25 cents par line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements for a month or less, and invariably in aovance unless special arrangements are made. T«B GSAXSS ADVANCE is furnished in clubs •f tea far $1.50 per year, and will be famished for the next thirty days to single subscribers for three months, and to clubs of ten or mora Cor four months at 5...

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