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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 14 October 1874

•x WQ&7 7/ /^T .^^&Ooodtai^lOoiiiitF Av Wing and Tidnity. —For your beat fruits go to Zirklebach's. —All kinds of good things kept at Zirkle bach's. —For your best imported cigars go to Zirklebach's. —Produce wanted by J. S. Allyn, corner of Main and Bush Streets, Red Wing. —The very best brands of oysters kept constantly on hand at Zirklebach's. —Gen. Jennison found something in that article last week that he couldn't parse. —The place where you get your best, pure home-made candies is at Zirklebach's. —According to the sohool census the in crease of this city in population has not been far from a thousand during the past year. —Was it wall paper you wanted You can get it at £. P. Lowater's cheap. He has reduced prices to close out his present stock. —Elegant crapes for mourning goods, of the finest quality ever brought to this mar ket are to be found at Mrs. Charles, Main Street. —The Republican Senatorial Convention is to be held at the Court House in this city on the 27t...

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. — 14 October 1874

•"^^^IRP^SsflffP^W 'CT. w*. hou The 1. That thi To celek In the ne\ go But still thi on. Andlalont Of W E O W S HE W F0G1K. Fifty a a & JLUm. -"THE HANGING,oip THE CRANE." [Prodi* la creinaillere, to hate' the ine, is the French expression for**fouse rmmg, or the first patty given in ie.! '--.-:.. -!•.•' 'ghts are out, arid' gore all Yfce guests gL Like a new sta And rolled on i. Into the boundu SosaidtheguesU As in the chimne. We hung the iroa. And merry was the :, onging came with merriment, aiid irate the hanging^?the crarle, house-r-into thought are ne/ .' •&* :flr« on the hearth burns rem&tn, 0 0 fortunate, "When anew 1 Among the mj happy dsy 'ouaehoMfiadeit^ 6 6 n*d homes of earth, S just sprung harmonious way realms of spacef speech and son*. »", burning bright, crane, to-night, feast and long. n. on what An now I sit SaBES S with Shapes iffierminate, fjj* gleam, and ^^f^f^ ASink 3 and elude the signt.. ?rSeveningl*»P8,btttm«^ Aft 8 !a» -*«JS a 1 a 8 mine and thin...

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. — 14 October 1874

'Ct. wa non S E O W S N E I POEM if a W JLife. "THE HANGING OF THE CRANE." [Pfndre la cremaillere, to Lang the e, is the French expression for aj oose miing, or the first party given in a new e. ghts are guests The 1 That thi To eele In the ne-\ go But still tht on. As in the chimne. We hung the iron And merry was the vOl 10\«- out, and gore ail the onging came with merriment and iests rate the hanging or the crane house—into the night are ne,' :firt hearth burns remsijj. And 1 alont 0 Wpy fay! 0 fortunate, When anew Among the •ousehold finds it 3 p^ nad homes or earth, J" 8 Like a new sta And rolled on 3nto the boundU SosaidthegueeU sprang to ijirth harmonious war '38 realms of space' speech and son?. ", burning bright, crane, to-night, 'east and long. it. And now I sit an a imuae ^»n what may be. in S Shapes Indeterminate, &< gleam, *n As shadows passing into derper shaft* S \nk and elude the sight. **.„.,. vu.ne there in the hail» a a a a Is sprea" g^ ^££»$*-~ at a 3 a and...

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. — 21 October 1874

fem.:. NEWS OF THE WEEK. MOKDAT, Oct. 12.—President Grant and party left St. Louis Saturday evening for Springfield.... The Chicago exposition closed Saturday, with an attendance dur ing the day of 54,000. The exposition was a great success.... The Duk« Leinaster, Trel&nd, died Friday night....Reports irom Louisiana represent registration pro gressing quietly. It closes the 23d inst. Sixteen of the Petersburg, Va., judges of election have been indicted by the United States Circuit Court for violation of the enforcement act of 1871....Upon recommendation of the Republican State Committee, General Healey, U. S. Marshal for Alabama, has appointed a dozen deputies, all Republicans, one for each strongly negro county, to see that the enforcement act is complied with.... A few politicians of Massachusetts, styling themselves Conservatives, have addressed a letter to President Grant, arguing that the only true way to restore peace to the South is for Congress to pass an act to pay for ...

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. — 21 October 1874

NEWS O THE WEHL MOITDAT, Oct. 12.—President Grant and party left St. Louis Saturday evening for Springfield.... The Chicago exposition closed Saturday, with an attendance dur ing the day of 64,000. The exposition was a great success....The Duke Leinaster, Ireland, died Friday night....Reports from Louisiana represent registration pro gressing quietly. I* .closes the 23d inst. Sixteen of the Petersburg, Va judges of election have been indicted by the United States Circuit Court for violation of the enforcement act of 1871....Upon recommendation of the Republican State Committee, General Healey, U. S. Marshal for Alabama, has appointed a dozen deputies, all Republicans, one for each strongly negro county, to see that the enforcement act is complied with.... A few politicians of Massachusetts, styling themselves Conservatives, have addressed a letter to President Grant, arguing that tbe only true way to restore peace to the South is for Congress to pass an act to pay for the quartermas...

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. — 21 October 1874

THE GRAKGEAD7A3JCE. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21, 1874. —An Englishman ha invented an instrument for writing with the voice. It is called the jogograph. —Compressed air is the latest inven tion for a watch spring. Not a Yankee but Swiss watch maker is the inventor. —No other fertilizing substance is so much sought after by florists as thoroughly decayed leaves, and this manure is much used for potting all kinds of house plants. —A dough-koeader, a cutter, a scraper and a rolling pin all in one is the most recent invention for lighten ing ik woman's work." The device is made of tin suitably strengthened in side. —A plant has been found which di gests exactly the same substance and in exactly the same manner as does the human stomach, the contraction of its leaf corresponding with the human mus cle. —Ants with a fragrance sweeter than any perfumery, are said to have been discovered in Texas. If this be true, young ladies will soon be ordering box es of ants instead of bottles of pur fume. —The ...

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. — 21 October 1874

AGE1UU1TUEAL. Way Join the Grange. We often hear queries of this kind and to answer them would be to fully set forth the work which the Order^on templates. We may say that it is founded to benefit the farmer*, but how can it benefit the farmers Will it en hance their riches? Can the farmer make money and save money more readily in the. Grange than out of it? We might say yes and no at the same time. The Order is established to ben efit agriculture, to improve the condi tion of farmers as a class, and, in a measure, it helps financially the individ ual who belongs to itj but it is far from our purpose to urge any argument of this kind to induce farmers to connect themselves with the Order. Those men who can get no broader views of the work which the Grange contemplates than the bringing to the individual cer tain trade advantages i& certainly too narrow minded to be ©l ajfy advantage to the Order. The Grange may, on the other hand, prove advantage to him, though he may not to,the...

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. — 21 October 1874

4 K. THE GRANG E ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1874. B. B. HERBERT, Editor. TZ.RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. cingle Subscribers 3 per year. Granee clubs of ten or mora, $1.50. Subscriptions oajable 1 variably in advance All money xbonld be sent by Draft or Poet Office Order to THE S I I ALVANCE, Bed King, Minn. Pleaee send in your subscriptions at once. HE GRANGE ADVANCE is furnished in 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 50 cents each on trial. We want five thousand new subscribers in the next thirty days, end can have them if every one of our friends wlU go to work in earnest. Advertising Rales. ON ADVERTISING PASES. 1 column 1 year, $100, 1 month, $15 73, 10 •ii 43, 7 •*. 85, 5 liecQloisn 11, 3 IN ADTERTIZINO COLUMNS OF PAGES DEVOTED TO BEADING MATTER. 1 column. year, }121, 1 month, $30. 84. 15. Ji «0, 10. 42, 7. 1-1« column 25, 4 Special notices in editoria...

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. — 21 October 1874

THE FAKMAND HOUSEHOLD Practical Suggestions. lifitff* /or Horsekeepera,- -A saddle jput on loosely, with a slack girth, is very irritating to a horse, andsoon pro duces a sore hack. A harness kept soft and pliable with good neatsfoot oil will last almost a lifetime. It is stronger, because slightly elastic, and will seldom wear off the hair. A horse left uncov ered when not in exercise will soon grow a heavy coat of coarse hair. This be comes a hindrance to rapid motion, and .should be prevented by judicious blank eting. Your horse's shoes will hold on longer if the clinches are not weakened by the file in finishing. Insist that the file does not touch the end of the nail where turned over. Some horses have a habit of stepping on one side of their feet, perhaps to avoid pressure on a hidden corn. That part of the shoe 'exposed to severe wear should be pro tected with steel. All carriage shaft* of right construction should allow the body of the animal perfect freedom, and only touch ...

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. — 21 October 1874

THE FARM AND HOUSEHOLD Practical Suggestions. Hints for Horsekeepers.- A saddle jput on loosely, with a slack girth, is very irritating to a horse, and soon pro duces a sore back. A harness kept soft and pliable with good neatsfoot oil will last almost a lifetime. It is stronger, because slightly elastic, and will seldom wear off the hair. A horse left uncov ered when not in exorcise will soon grow a heavy coat of coarse hair. This be comes a hindrance to rapid motion, and .should be prevented by judicious blank eting. Your horse's shoes will hold on longer if the clinches are not weakened by the file in finishing. Insist that the file does not touch the end of the nail where turned over. Some horses have a habit of stepping on one side of their feet, perhaps to avoid pressure on a hidden corn. That part of the shoe exposed to severe wear should be pro tected with steel. All carriage shaft* of right construction should allow the body of the animal perfect freedom, and only touch at ...

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. — 21 October 1874

Coville Candy-Falllng. There was a "candy-pulling" at Mrs. Coville's residence, the other even ing. There were some forty people present and they made a jolly occasion of it. Every one in attendance was pleased with the cordial welcome and assiduous attention given by Mr. and Mrs. Coville. And, indeed, that wor thy couple did show a thorough appre ciation. Mr. Coville may, perhaps have winced a little when some face tious member of the party threw a two pound hunk of the candy on the stove pipe, and roared to see it trickle down and Mrs. Coville may have looked thoughtful a moment on discovering a paii of dripping mollasses on the key board of the piano but they entered into the amusement with hearty good will, and, when the guests departed at 2 a. m., it was with the unanimously expressed conviction that nobody ever had a better time, and that the Covilleb were the sweetest poople of their ac quaintance. In another and less agree able sense they certainly were. When the visitors we...

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. — 21 October 1874

__-.-— THE GRANGE ADVANCE. Bed "Wing and Tiontty. —The boys of Cataract Engine Company No. 1 have been making grand preparations for theJjLgoraud batfVhich all good citizens should remember comes off to night. (Wednesday Oct. 21)j at Music Hall obfect of the ball is the replenishing of the Company's Exchequer, which cannot be considered a very selfish object as all the money gained Will be laid out for the protec tion of the property of our citizens. The —N. 0, Werner is attending Court in Wisconsin. —The Board of County Commissioners are in session. —And now we are hating that glorious Indian Summer. —PW1 Skillnian started yeta his return to bis Texas home Monday. —Red Wing is just now honored with a •isit from two or three daughters of Indian Chiefs. —Cannon Falls is to have a brewery and the Echo seems to be in doubt, wheth er to call it a blessing or a curse. —B. Van Campen, Chas. Bosworth and one or two others of our Cannon Falls neighbors were in the city Monday. —Valley Orang...

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. — 21 October 1874

8 GOD MADE MANIFEST." AM Aetuml Oceaneaoe. A hard, stern man upon a sick bed lay, More and more feeble with each passing day No hallowing dream of heavenly peace was there No ray of love divine—no breath of prayer. Kind, Christian friends on holiest mission bent, Came, bright and hopeful—sad and anx ious, went. Harder and sterner still the Atheist grew The flinty heart no answering softness knew. Angry at last, at each persistent call. With firm refusal he defied them all The Savior's sacred name he would net hear. His loving words "oald. find no listening ear. "Wile! fetch theblackboard—and a bit of chalk! talk talk Then, happier change, repaid the anxious view— And hope, so long denied, sprang forth anew Through every vein a fuller current flowed, And Heaven, once more, the gift of life be stowed. Soon, the fond father nought his banished child, Who, erst, with Seattle -sweet, his heart beguiled Charmed to come back, she told her little news, And showed her "crioe new gown and pre...

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. — 21 October 1874

8 "C»OD MADE A N I E S A Actua Occurrence. A hard, stern man upon a sick bed lay, More and more feeble with each passing day No hallowing dream of heavenly peace was there— No ray of love divine—no breath of prayer. Kind, Christian friends on holiest mission bent, Came, bright and hopeful—sad and anx ious, went. Harder and sterner still the Atheist grew The flinty heart no answering soitness knew. Angry at last, at each persistent call. Wit)- firm refusal he defied them all The Savior's sacred name he would not hear. His loving words *uulxi find no listening ear. "Wile! fetch the blackboard—and a bit of chalk! One way remains to stop this senseless talk I will wi ite something, which is truth in deed, And have it placed where every one may read.'' The thin, weak hand,'that scarce the chalk could hold, Wrote, "God is uowiitere large and clear and bold. That fearful .sentence met his waking sight, In wretched mockery, by day and night. Time crept along—hour after hour passed o'er, Whi...

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. — 28 October 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. TCHSDAY, Oct. 20.—Official returns from seventy-three of the ninety counties of Indiana give a Democratic majority of 14,733. The counties yet to hear from gave a Demo* cratic majority at the last election. The Df mocrats have a good majority on joint ballot iu thp Legislature... ,R. N. Boskin, •Gentile, will contest the seat in Congress of Cannon, polygamist, as delegate from Utah. ...Dan. Perdue, engineer, and Jo seph Parent, fireman, were killed as ap proaching Cincinnati yesterday, by the •engine breaking through a bridge. They might have saved themselves, but by stay tug attheir posts they saved the whole train from going through, and the lives of many passengers.... M. Ryan, a saloon and boarding house keeper of Chicago, was murdered yesterday morning by James Finncane, a car driver. Ryan had accused Finncane •of stealing a revolver. Confronted by Finncane Ryan reiterated the statement, Finncane drew a revolver and shot him dead.... Two construction trains we...

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. — 28 October 1874

,!*4&-^^sa&®85^ TEE GRANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY OCT. 28, 1874. —William Cujleo Bryant at the age of eighty is said to enjoy himself with all the zest of a youngster of fifty —For bleeding at the nose plug the nostrils with lint or cotton wool soaked in a strong solution of alum, and let the health of the person subject thereto be improved by feedjng with more nutri tious food. E —An incombustible and fire-proof ink are two recent inventions, not Yan kee but English, which will doubtless prove very useful* in preserving account books and other writings from destruc tion by the flames. —Three square miles is the amount of land just purchased by an English ca pitalist in Kansas for a farm, and to which he proposes to move in the spring. He need not be much annoyed by bad neighbors if he chooses to build in the centre of his farm. —Thirteen cents is the value of a €uban dollar in gold. We have come to think that thirteen cents discount on greenbacks was a pretty serious matter, an...

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. — 28 October 1874

Preserving Green Fodder. A paragraph circulating among the agricultural papers, giving a European plan for the preservation of green fod der, such as turaip-tops, or other succu lent vegetables. The original source of this paragraph Has long been lost sight of, or we would gladly give credit. A pit from two to four feet deep is dug in some well-drained part of the field, and the tops of the root are thrown into it. They must be gathered when entirely free from external moisture, and must be pressed down as tightly as possible. When the pit is. full, a little straw is laid over the fodder, and the earth is heaped over the whole. It is said that fodder thus put away will keep in good condition from six to twelve months. The writer of the paragraph in question bears witness that he once saw a pit of this kind opened after having been closed all winter, In this instance the leaves were those of the sugar-beet, and they were to all appearances as fresh as when first gathered. The stock t...

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. — 28 October 1874

THE CHANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1874. B. HERBERT Editor. T2RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ingle Subscribers $2 per year. Grange clubs of ten or more, fl.rO. Subscriptions oaable variably in advance All money should be sent by Draft or Post Office Order to THB GB»RG* AUVANOE, Bed Wing, Minn. Pleate send in yonr subscriptions at once. TBB GRANGE ADVANCE is furnished ia dirts of ten for $i.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 fonr months at S3 cents each on trial. We want Ave thousand new subscribers in the next thirty days, «nd can have them if every one of our friends will go to work in earnest. Advertising Rates. OH ADVERTISING PASES. 1 column 1 year, $100, 1 month, $15 ti, 10 *4 48, 7 35, 5 1-16 column 81, 8 IN AEVERtlZIN COLUMNS OF PAGES DEVOTED TO READING MATTER. 1 column 1 year, (12), month, $20. 84. 15. a »io, io. 42, 7. 1-lti column 25, 4. Special notices in editorial columns, 25 ce...

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. — 28 October 1874

.unrnt'. icaMt Eveflt. From the Chicago papers of the 21st we take thefollowing accountof the mar riage of Fred. Grant to Miss Ida Honore, an event which took place in that city on the 20th: The Honore family are Parisian French, and the old house still exists, in tho heart of Paris, where the last rem nant of the foreign branch still lire. John A. Honore, theprogenitor of the Honore race in America, came over and settled in Louisville, Ky., in 1808, in the 30th year of his age, having three children,—two girls and one boy. This boy was Francis Honore, who entered into the wholesale business with his father, and ma^e nearly two score tedious trips from New Orleans to Louisvile, it being necessary at that early period to barge goods up the river. He saw Louisville grow from a small town to a large, thriving city, and gained an extensive acquaintance. He died suddenly in 1849, hiving the respect and esteem of all who knew him. Three sons survived him,—H. H. Honore, B. L. Honore, and F...

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. — 28 October 1874

PINE. ISLAND, Oct. 22d, 1874. Ed. Grange Advance. Another election day is close at hand. Never has there been an election of greater importance to the farmers. The great question to-day is, are the masses capable of governing themselves, or must they be governed by the politicians Yes this 19 the question. The struggle is between the people und the politicians. The latter have the advantage of possession of the offices, experience in wire pulling and hood wink ing the people, money that has been wrung from the labor and sweat of the tolling masses, and plenty of time to push their schemes and plans. As an instance of this, look at the young fellow that was out here at one of our festivals a shfrtt time ago. I refer to young Chandl«£, a brother of Sher iff rhandlw _T am to^ that he has been out here in Minnesota a couple of months. He is a government official and ought to be at Washington tending to the business for which he is paid toMo. I am told that he comes out every Fall before...

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