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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 9 September 1874

THE STATE FAi: Tuasuay, WfidnesJay, Thursdayand Friday. Sept, 8th, 9th 10th and 11therv iood JProspects for a Lashe Exhibi tion an E Before—Liberal Reductions by the a a on Passenger Fare**, a Exhibitio Stock Carried Free—fair Week Ani2«emenM. [From the St. Paul .Bijpateh.] The State Fair, commencing on Tues day of noxt weck.the 8th of September, at tne Driving Park near St. Paul, will continue four days or until the even of Friday, Sept. 11th. We a:-e glad to learn, from such information as can be gathered at the office of the £tate Ag ricultural Sooiety, that the exhibition of farm, garden anil orchard .products, and stock, machinery, and -domestic manufactures premises to b3 larger and more varied than at any .previous State iFair.. ?i!K GROUNDS A?:D BUILDINGS Are being made ready this week by a number of laborers and mechanics em played &t cleaning and on such repairs -and new -fixtures as are found necessary. »One new building is being Added, dewgnod especially for the exhi...

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. — 9 September 1874

For the Grange Advance. Republican Onurtr ta«T«a«i«» a C*»uety. This convention met at the Court House in the city of Red Wing, on Thursday the fourth inst., at 2 o'clock p. M., and was called to order by Fred. Joss, Esq. On motion «f D. C. Hill, Mr. L. C. Stearns of Zumbrota, was nominated and elected temporary chairman, and Wilbur Schofield of Cannon Falls as temporary Secretary. A committee of five was appointed on credentials, composed as follows: C. R. White of Pine Island, L. A. Han cock of Red Wing, B. C. Grover of Min neola, A. K. Finseth of Holden, and Frank Johnson of Leon. Moved and carried, that a committee of three be appointed on permanent or ganization. The chair appointed the following named gentlemen J. W. Peterson, of Vasa D. C. Hill, of Red Wing and Richard Hoagland, of Roscoe. Moved that a recess be taken until the committees appointed should be ready to report. Upon the convention being called to order, the committee on credentials re ported and the report was 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. — 9 September 1874

Proceedings of tke «teto Alliance. Woman's Suffrage wot discussed in a very an imated manner—Platform and Resolutions as adopted by them.—The Hall crowded and the discussion prolonged to a late hour. At the afternoon session of the State Temperance Union, it was annouced that the State Temperance Alliance of Minneso ta would meet in the Hall for POLITICAL PURPOSES. At the time for the calling of the Con vention the Hall was well filled with per sons anxious to hear what the temperance delegates from different parts of the State had to say of the political situation of the country. The Convention was opened by singing by tbe Hutchinson family, who sang the song, We are with you once again." Af ter which, the chairman, Mr. Jewell, of Lake City, announced that the Secretary, Rev. W. W. Satterlee, would read a few passages of scripture and lead the assem bly in prayer. A song was then sung by the Hutchin sons entitled ''The good time is coming on." After which the committee on perma nen...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 9 September 1874

Winona "t!'iwtgi!m*^i.~imii.ii**m5f****m*^^ THE GRANGE ADVANCE. *fleial Yaperof Ooodlrae County Bed Wing and "Vicinity. —Tumbling rods to threshing machines •re affording our exchanges many good locals as usual. It is rough onthe rods, but lucky for the poor editors searching for items. —The Winona fferald announces a com pany of sharpshooters in that city. That is what the editors of the State are just now trying to be, but the most of them use shot guns that scatter terribly. —The North Carolinians gave a benefit •t Music Hall in this city to the State Temparance Union on last Tuesday even ing. To say that the occasion was greatly enjoyed is only to repeat what everybody everywhere is sayi:ig with regard to their concerts. „('ome again. —There was some lively sparring on the subject of Woman's Suffrage at the meeting of the Temperance Alliance in this city Thursday evening. —The Christ-Churoh Harvest Home Fes tival came off on Saturday. The day was fine, and everbody and especiall...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 9 September 1874

WISCONSIN MPABTKENT. NEWCBSTEBVILLE.ST. CROIX CO. WIS. September 1st, 1874. $ Editor of tne Grange Advance: New Centerville is located in the southern part of St. Croix county, on the western bank of Rush river, twenty three miles from Hudson and about thirty from Red Wing. The village is built on a plat of ground gently sloping towards the river, half a mile distant, and is bound ed on the north by a beautiful grove, which not only adds to the beauty of the location, but furnishes a windbreak in winter also, a pleasant resort for picnic parties in the summer season. The village comprises twenty dwel ling houses, one store, blacksmith shop, school Mouse and church. The church was built by the Methodist society at a cost of twelve hundred and seventy-five dolfars. It was completed last spring •and dedicated the 14th of June. The pastor, Mr. B. C. Hanson, is doing a good work here. The society now num bers sixty members. They intend to purchase a church bell this fall, to cost two hun...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 September 1874

I I I NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, Sept. 6—Henry Ward Eeeeh er's answer te Theodore Tilton was receiv ed yesterday by the attorneys of the form ei, and was at once served on the plain tiff. The defendant answers to the com plaint by denying all its charges as utter ly false. The trial begins Sept. 21 The third district court met yesterday at Salt .ske City. Ann Eliza's suit /or divorce and alimony comes up on Thurs day. An exciting time is expected The decision by the Supreme Court of Wisconsin in the application for an in junction to compel the railroads to obey the Potter law, will not be delivered until the 15th inst The steamer City of Pe kin arrived at Boston yesterday, and was visited by thirty thousand people. She return- to New York to day John L. Nutter of Jersey City appeared befoie Justice Aldridge yesterday and charged that persons connected with the Rev. Mr Glendennin's church had tried to induce him by threats to swear that he was the father of Mary E. Pomroy's child Fir...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 September 1874

SEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, Sept. 6 —Henry Ward Eeeeh er's answer ta Theodore Tiltou was receiv ed yesterday by the attorneys of theform ea, and was at once served on the plain tiff. The defendant answers to the com plaint by denying all its charges as utter ly false. The trial begins Sept. 21 The third dihtrict court met yesterday at Salt .ike City. Ann Eliza's suit /or divorc and alimony comes up on Thurs day. Au exciting time is expected The decision by the Supreme Court of Wisconsin in the application for an in junction to compel the railroads to obey the Potter law, will not be delivered until the 15th inst The steamer City of Pe kin arrived at Boston yesterday, and was visited by thirty thousand people. She return- to New York to day John L. Nutter of Jersey City appeared befoie Justice Aldridge yesterday and charged that persons connected with the Rev. Mr Glendennin's church had tried to induce him by threats to swear that he was the father of Mary E. Pomroy's child Fires in t...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 September 1874

IHEGEASGEADVAlSfCE. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1874. The celebrated English Comic Drama of Box (Strait) Cox was played at Shakopee last week. Box (Strait) didn't want the widow Penelope Aan-ti nomination, so he conferred her. as ru mor has it, by his influence and friends -on the innocent, unoffending Cox. That isn't exactly the way (he English play ends, and in fact this play is not ended yet, and it may be that some one else may be found to lead off the blushing bride, and leave the two long lost broth ers to fall in each other's arms, and to dwell together in their attic, the last of the race of office seekers. Many of our subscribers will receive but three more numbers of the A VANCE, unless their subscriptions are renewed. Clubs should be formed at once, and your new year will begin from the time of the expiration of the old subscription. Come friends we aro incurring heavy expenses to give you a good paper, and we need your prompt and energetic support. We are deter mined to make th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 September 1874

7 AGRiuuiii'UBAL. Thoroofh-bred Animlfl. The improvement in live stock has been greater than in tillage. It has been accomplished by (1) selection of breeding animals, and (2) by care of them. Both of these are essential. Starved animals will not thrive, no mat ter how well bred, and no skill in care and feeding will give from poor breeds trie best of animals. Special excellences are the accumulated improvements of several generations. It is often claimed that if the care of man be withdrawn the improved breed will retrace the steps of its ancestry and revertto its original characteristics. This theory has been made a doirma and the basis of deductions regarding the permanence of original types and the fleeting nature of acquired characters. The dogma finds a place in scientific lit erature, in papers read before learned societies, and from these sources the no tion spreads through our popular litera ture. It has weight with a class of farmers who do not wish to expend money and car...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 September 1874

THE GBANOT AOTAHCE, W E N E S A S E E E 16,1874. Pleaie eend in yonr subscriptions at once. TBB Gaasea ADVAMCB is furnished la clnbs of ten for $1.50 per year, and will be furnished for the next thirty days to single sabfcrlbers for three months, and to clnbs of ten or more for four months at 59 cents each on trial. We want five thousand new subscribers in the next thirty days, vnd can have them if every one of oar friends will go to work in earnest. Adverti»ius a OH ADVSBTISIMG PAGES. 1 column 1 year, $100, 1 onth, $15 T*. 10 34 48, 7 85, S S column 31, 8 A£v«niz:No COL urns or PAGES DEVOTED TO BSADIMO BATTBB. 1 column 1 year, $130, 1 month, $30. 84. 15. 14 B0, 10. 1. 1-10 column 35, 4. Special notices in editorial columns, 33 cents per line. Cash before Insertion for all advertisements for a month or lets, and invariably in aavance unless speeial arrangements are made. E Boston Board of Health- dis covered four virulent poisons, lead, an timony, arsenic and eopper, in one specimen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 September 1874

I 'JF.WU "w^ -^»"i»,! ^mimrn! WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,1874. cMvamewwea. Bepnbltean State Convention at minneapeIi«—-6econd District Op position Convention at Shakopee-- Republican Third District Conven tion at Minneapolis—Repnblicnn Second District Convention at Shakopee. The Republican State Convention met at Minneapolis Sept.' 9th, and or ganized by selecting ex-Lieut. Gov, W. H. Yale, of Winona, chairman, and S. H. Nichols, of Fergus Falls, secretary. The Convention took a recess after the appointment of the usual committees, the following being the platform com mittee H. A. Castle of Ramsey, chairmanJ Irving Todd oi Dakota 0. B. Gould of Winona: A. J. Edgerton of Dodge T. N. Buswell of Faribault E. L. Hall of Benton L. M. Brown of Scott Henry Hill ot Chippewa A. W. Kimball of Mower, and P. C. Stitten of Becker. The friends of Associate Justice Young decided not to present his name and after recess S. J. R. McMillan of Washington county was nominated for Chief Justice, and F. R. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 September 1874

miKJUErX .:v•:!,'..- ..-!..« O F«nfttk Uve ¥J» the €••«—ieruel •aeuMurltueto Biucilii'~Mluw fatlma fMui'ffe* Buellu* te the Army Navy. ..' A duel was fought at Plymouth, in 1021, which is supposed by many per* sons to have been the first one to take place in the new world. The parties were Edward Doty and Edward Leister. The affair seems to have given their names a place in history, though until then they were two obscure individuals in the employ of Stephen Hopkins. The duel met with immediate condem nation. It gave offense to the puritans who, without a statute law authorizing any action to be taken in such cases, called a mass-meeting, and subjected the duelists to punishment. They were sentenced to be "tied together, heads and feet, for twenty-four hours, without food or drink." This affair between two workingmen was not what it might be imagined to have been, a rough-and-tumble combat, but "gentle man-like, they settled their dispute with sword and dagger." It appears, therefor...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 September 1874

6 OLD-TIME DUELS. Mow Oar Forefather* Lived Cp to UM Code—Israel Putnam'ci Two Remarkable Duel**-Htw Jackson Mtoi'ped Dueling in the Army and Navy. A duel was fought at Plymouth, in 1621, winch is supposed by many per sons to have been the first one to take place in the new world. The parties were Edward Doty and Edward Leister. The affair seems to have given their names a place in history, though until then they were two obscure individuals in the employ of Stephen Hopkins. The duel met with immediate condem nation. It gave offense to the puritans who, without a statute law authorizing any action to be taken in such cases, called a mass-meeting, and subjected the duelists to punishment. They were sentenced to be "tied together, heads and feet, for twenty-four hours, without food or drink." This affair between two workingmen was not what it might be imagined to have been, a rough-and-tumble combat, but "gentle man-like, they settled their dispute with sword and dagger." It appears, ...

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. — 16 September 1874

THE WHEAT CUP. Views of the Boa* Akwwler 9el a opaa the VieM, the the Price* {[Special Correspondencetotlie Inter-Ocean.] PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 4,1874. Having in my second letter set forth in detail a statistical account of the ag riculture and crops of France, showing their progress nearly every year during the past century, it was my intention in this communication to endeavor to show the influence which the pro duction of French grain immediately ex ercises upon our markets, by acting di rectly as a mechanical "governor" upon the grain markets of England. But certain statements which have recently appeared in the newspapers render it necessary that I should digress for the once to the subject of the British grain crop. PROBABLE BRITISH DEMAND FOR WHEAT. In my first letter, assuming a pur posely undefined, because not known, though currently believed to be large, crop of breadstuff's in the United States this year, and leav ing the conclusion hereinafter to be mentioned open to be "...

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. — 16 September 1874

ft tfvfflfca -_•-••** -httvimm* wtaffiKift *arc ITEMS. Tur beys were arrested in Farm iugtcn last week for stealing melons. THE Sherman House at Lake City -suspended business on Monday. FAKWAULT has arrested and fined a "prize-package" man. Good for Fari bault. CHAS. STAACKE of St. Peter was thrown from a horse last Saturday and his leg broken. A NEW grain warehouse, capable of holding four thousand bushels, is build ing in Willmar. THE Minnesota Institutions for the Deaf and Dumb and Blind, at Fari hault, opened yesterday. A CHILD fifteen months old died at Northfield last week in consequence of burns received by falling into a pan of hot lard. SATURDAY last the people of Minne sota Lake township voted a bonus of $5,000 to the Central Railroad Compa ny of Minnesota. A LOCOMOTIVE which had been housed ©r the night at Willmar, went off on an excursion on its own hook last Thursday night, and jumped the track, plunging head first into a pit which had been dug for a turn-table. STEPHEN...

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. — 16 September 1874

WOMAFS DEPARTMENT. [Correspondence to this department is respectfully solicited. Write About home duties, home work, home trials and suc eesseg.—BD.] BETSEY JANETS COMPLAINT. A PUTNAM COUNTY BALLAD. E. S. HOFKI5S. It's not for a woman to say, John, it's not for a woman to say You'll never hare acres enough, John, let it be yea or nay You're poorer to-day with your added farms than when you began you know More than thirty-five years ago, John, than thirty-five years ago. 'Together we've scrimped and saved, John, and together we've plodded and worked, And none will say I've held you back, or ever a duty shirked I'm only a woman, and where I've failed I've failed as a woman would, But I've done as well as I could, John, I've done as well as I could. I've milked the cows and I've churned the butter, and I've knitted and sew ed and spun, 'Tended the house and kept the bees, but never my work was done. With A wooden churn and a spinning wheel I've stood on a puncheon floor -For these thir...

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. — 16 September 1874

Jm The County Council. Mr. Editor:—I have seen no refer ence as yet to the Council to be held with "Floral Grange" on the 18th inst. I supposed that the attention of the Granges would be called to it in the last ADVANCE" but find no men tion made of it. It is the most important meeting of the Council since the adoption of the. constitution, it being the annual meet ing we ought to have a full and com plete report from our County Agent, embracing everything of interest, how he has been sustained, and what amount of business he has done, and what are his facilities for purchasing beneficially for Patrons." The report of the Agent, together with that of the Execu tive Committee and other officers, should render the meeting one of vast import ance to the Order in our County and no doubt will be. I hope for one that the day is not far in the future when Patrons of Hus bandry will learn that a day spent once a mouth or once in three months, in mutual consultation, is a day not lost or thr...

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. — 16 September 1874

.,,/-•- ,' ,1-'- 1' '.lliiJll."' 1'" !jllHHWIM*1J THE GRANG E ADVANCE. Ofieial Taper of Qoodlrae County Bed Wing and Yirinity. —The lsat quarterly meeting of the present Conference year of the M. £. Soci ety of this city, will be held next Saturday and Sunday. —The Cannon Falls Agricultural Society are out with a fine list of premiums for their Fair, October 1st, 2d and 3d. —Chas. Kellogg, Deputy Register of Deeds, is enlarging and otherwise improv ing his residence on Third street. —Mr. Clum, architect, showed us a few days since the designs drawn by him of the new Post Office building now in course of erection in this city. The building will be finished up in most beautiful manner, hav ing more of the ornamental than any other building in the city. —The new Hay Creek German Methodist Church, of which we have heretofore giv en an account, will be dedicated on Sun day, the 27th inst. Services will com mence at ten o'clock in the forenoon. All are invited to be present. Several minis...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 September 1874

^*e*Mt\*'"ti+4M «.«•.» -J 2 •.•^^•*v:i^.^e.^-TO7W^ :*--frWM^^ WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT. Miscellany and New*. —A man does not necessarily have to be present when he is interviewed by a Chicago reporter. —In Irving's Catechism of Grecian Antiquities it is asserted that the poor Greeks sometimes fed on grasshoppers. Now we understand why the Minnesota farmers' respect for the poor and ancient Greek amounts almost to adoration. The Philadelphia Press thinks the South, in view of the war of races, is pretty certain to receive the attention of Congress next winter, and to be the subject of legislation. —Suicides complain bitterly of the prominence given to the Tilton-Bcecher business. Where a first class suicide formerly secured a column in a well con ducted journal, he is now launched into eternity as a local brevity. —We noticed a call for a town caucus at Darien for nomination of delegates to the county conucntion, under the head of "liberal." We don't exactly understand what it means, but...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 23 September 1874

I "~-—I-—1— NEWS OF THE WEEK. TriiSDAY, Sept. 15.—Main" was carried by the Republicans yesterday by an in creased majority. The Governor, Legisla ture and £ve Congressional districta were f.iri'icd The South Carolina Republi cans adapted a platform which thanks the federal government for its military inter vention in that State, deprecates lawless in -b in any form, pledges reduced public wxpeiuses and the enforcement of financial •reform, entreats Congress to pass tlje civil rights bill, pledges to maintain the settle ment, of th State debt, and endorses Grant for the tldrd term The Demo crats have gained a victory in the city !•!•. ctinii o. i'ortsmouth, N. The Re publican Central Committee of New York last night adopted a resolution favoring the ^'nomination of Gov. Dix. an I subsequent ly reconsidered and witl drew it as being premature Tin General Convention oi the Universaliat Church was opened last ••veiling in New York....It is reported that large numbers of white men aiv en...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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