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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 28 October 1874

'•"•'*•'yrt'rflgy' THE GRANGE ADVANCE. —ciaiyapwof Poodhn« Ooonty Red Wing and Viciaity. —Jerry Coughlin is improving slowly. —Miss Nellie'Davis has gone East to spend the Winter. —Prof. Wendell Phillips Hood returned to Boston last Thursday. —M. J. Westby has been appointed Post Master at Cannon Valley. —Jacob McKennon, Esq., of Penn., is vis iting relatives in this place. —•0. jB. Dodge htB gene East where he will remain about three weeks/ —Mrs. Patrick Drudy has commenced suit against her husband for a divorce. —C. H. Nash, Esq., has been sick at Stillwater but is now con/alesing. —A total eclipse of the moon was visible in this locality last Saturday night. —Thomas Wilkinson and wife are in town having returned from their bridal tour. —Carlson & McRostie have bought out the marble cutters, Scheb & Olivia —Work upon Morris Herschler's new Main street residence has been resumed. —J. W. Luce is making an extensive ad dition to his wheat warehouse near the de pot. —Col. J. S...

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. — 28 October 1874

8 TH E PAUPER'S DRIVE. BY THOMAS NOEL. There's a grim one-horse hearse in a jolly round trot, To the rhurchyard a pauper is going, I wot The road is rough, and the hearse has no springs And hark to the dirge which the sad driver sings: Rattle his bones over the stonei-: He's only a pauper,whom nobody owns! O, where are the mourners? Alas! there are none— He has left not a gap in the world now he's gone. Not a tear in the eye uf a child, woman or man To the grave with his carcass as last as you can: Rattle his bones over the stones! He's only a pauper whom nobody owns! What a jolting and creaking, and splash ing and din! The whip how it cracks, and the wheels how they spin! How the dirt, right and left, o'er the hedges is hurled! 'The pauper at length makes a noise in the world! Rattle his bones over the stones! He's only a pauper, whim nobody owns! Poor pauper defunct! he has made some ap proach To gentility, now that he's stretched in a coach! He's taking a drive in his carriage at...

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. — 4 November 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. T1-E8DAY, Oct. 27.—The President bas removed all the treasury officials iu Texas, save one collector of customs and one cv»l lector of internal revenue, appointing to tlieir plnces men of intelligence and char acter The trial of Lepine, Kiel's adju tant general, in progress at Fort Garry for the past twelve days, was ended Monday evening by the jury returning a verdict of guilty, with a recommendation for mercy. Sentence was deferred... .Simon Wolt, an influential citizen of Green county. Ohio, wan murdered and robbed of a told watch suid a large Bum of monejr Saturday night Ho clue to the murderers... .Mary Morri ftiai, of Anderson, Ind., arrested there Wednesday for the murder or being acces sory to the murder of her BonAlbert, com mitted suicide Monday in jail by taking poison....Dr. W. A. Eastland and Fred K. Norris, two prominent eitizens of Meyer county, Kentucky, got into a personal dif ficulty Monday, which ended in a shooting affray, during which Eastland ...

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. — 4 November 1874

1 1 1 TEE 6BASSE JLUVAUCK WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, 1874 ARREST OF A UAH CHARGED WITH MURDER. Sheriff King of Canada Interviewed. On Wednesday of last week, Sheriff Chandler caused the arrest of one Henry Fitzsimmons, charged with committing a premeditated murder in St. Thomas Prov ince of Ontario, Canada, about two years ago. He was sent to the County jail to await examination. The person charged with the fearful crime has been in this vi cinity fifteen months, working first in town and afterwards in the country at divers places, but. lately and up to the time of his arrest upon the farm of Mr. Samuel Church about twelve miles from lied Wing. Mr. Church in some manner discovered that a murder had been committed in St. Thomas, Canada, about two years ago by a man named Henry Fitzsimmons, and that the description given of him by the Cana dian authorities corresponded with the ap pearance of a man in his employ who went by the name of Tom Breland. Mr. Church also, having learned that two rew...

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. — 4 November 1874

—For your best fruitsgo to Zirklebach's. —All kinds of good things kept at Zirkle bach's. —For your best imported cigars goto Zirklebach's. —The very best brands of oysters kept constantly on band at Zirklebach's. —The place where you get your best, pure home-made candies is at Zirklebach's. —Best woolen mattresses from the three leading Eastern manufactories constantly on hand by Kayser & Wettstein on Third street. Call and get one, and prepare for ease and comfort during the long, cold nights of approaching winter. —Wire mattresses for sweet dreams, the three best kinds. Namely, the new unriv aled "Union" and the National and Car ter, which we have sold, and have known to give satisfaction for past two years, kept cauBllAlly'ou hap KEI'SEK & WETTSTEIN. 3rd St.,1st Block above the National Hotel. —The unrivaled swing-bed, just *the thing to last and make comfortable, or for lasting comfort, sold and guaranteed "to give satisfaction by Kayser & Wettstein, up 3rd St. We h...

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. — 4 November 1874

4 1 column .... U, .... ,i V..«:?^*-*V-''.Srt«'l.*« we ...tfU-VteW*---* *"SA" THE GRANGE ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1874. B. B. HERBERT, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. *"fnglo Subscribers 3 p.r year. Grant-e elnbe of ten or more, $1.50. Subrcriptions oayable 1 variably in advance All money fhonld be aent by Draft or Poet Office Order to THE OB* sea 2a v_-JOB. Red Wlt'g, Minn. Pleate send in yonr subscription, at once. THE UK_.N__ ADVANCE is furnisbed in elate of 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 Ifn or mora for foar months at 50 cents each on trial. We wantfivethousand new subscriber in.the next thirty dare, end can have them if every one of our friends will go to work in earnest. Advertising Rale*. ON ADYEBTIBIN6 TABES. 1 column 1 year, $100, 1 month, $15 73, 10 It 48, 7 85, 1-16 column 31, 3 _._.-._. _..... „v_ ._,*._ l-lt column. Special notices in editorial columns, 25 cents per Use...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 4 November 1874

.iv ,W*«».«M,**»',-1».!.«•'IV«!#W1»»M*«M»SMI*I»' THE SEVEHTEEUIil I I W I I W si of n«MtM« O rwsai La*t Year and €*ssailiiiaa»f«Br the Senate ana Haaee at the Ma veatker Election. The following table will be found of value for reference in perusing the elec tion returns: FIRST SENATE DISTRICT. (Houston County) For Senator. Opp.—David Taylor. Rep.-J. H. Smith. For Representatives. 1. LaCrescent, Hokah.Mormd Prairie and Union.* Opp.—T. Shehan. Rep.-Win. H. Snure. 2. Brownsville, Crooked Creek, Jefferson and Winnebago. Opp.—M. J. McDonnell. Rep.—Fred (Jlnck. 3. Caledonia, Wilmington and Spring iSrove. Opp.—Teman Gilberteon. Rep.—John McNelly. 4.—Black Hammer, Yucatan, Sheldon, Houston and Money Creek. Opp.—John Campbell Rep.—F. Goodrich. SECOND DISTRICT. Cty of Ruehford, Arendahl, Ruahford, Car rellten, Holt, Norway, Preston, Amherst, Preble, Harmony, Canton and Newburgh in Fillmore county. Senator—C. H. Conkey, Rep*. For Representatives. Rep.—H. C. Grover, J. N.Wheat and Nels EUertaon...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 4 November 1874

t- —The following is the concluding paragraph of a Circular recently issued- by the Executive Committee of the In- diana State Grange: Let us in business buy less and sell more pay as we go encourage an ag ricultural education among our young men, draw back the talent of the country that now is constantly leaving the farm procure and read good books and pa pers adorn and beautify our homes assist and aid in bringing about a high er and better civilization inaugurate a better system of doing business bring the producer and consumer in closer re lations oppose unjust burdens, and fa vor equally dis tributed^-Hpowepj and equally distributed burdenC*^^ —The following from an exchange should teach the lady members of the Grange their responsibility to the Or- der: Some two or three of the Granges, we were informed, are about surrender ing their charters, the principle cause alleged therefor being the non-attend ance of lady members, who always when they attend regularly, give interest an...

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. — 4 November 1874

c.-yg»yiFt^TCT*-^«T*TriA.^ g?g «rys«ag THE QEAN6BS ADVANCE Bed "W5x^f and Vicinity, —The Hotel de Batlo is open forjufsinees —The frame of Hood's niw&umner Hall iaup. —Wheat is selling for 70 cents per bushel. —Hubbard & Brown are enlarging one of their storage houses. —Ed. Welch, Esq., of Prescott, appeared on our streets, Monday. —The Hon. C. K!. Davis passed through town Monday, on the morning train. —Waterproofs, battings and cashmeres' are to be had at the lowest prices at Harald Sunde's. —To-day, (Tuesday,) is election day. We issue too soon to give any of the elec tion returns. —Go to Harald Sunde's for your woolen yarns, jeans and flannels fresh from the manufactories. —Remember that Zirklebach keeps con stantly on hand a full line of those whole some and delicious taftys. —Tuzzi's saloon has been closed by the Sheriff, and the contents seized upon by a writ of attachment. —Advertisers should remember that the ADVANCE has in this county three times the circulation of...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 4 November 1874

e****J*Ht«WWH*» '•'.•«?* in II.MI jryin.ipvJry 8 HOLLAND'S SPLENDID POEM* [Delivered at the Triennial Reunion of the Army of the James. New York, Oct. 31.1 No tears for them who bare the proof Of h»ro?s, in their foemen'sseal Of blazing shaft, and blunted steel, And ramping charger's heedless hooi. Free from the duty of a breath, From sense of woe and sense of wrong, They sleep, as wheels the world along. In the sweet dignity of death. No tears for them? Tears, then, for whom? Tears for ourselves, whoae little lives— Bound to our children and our wives— Or fastened to some precious tomb. Where sleeps an idol baser still, Tied to our lucre and our lust, Betrays each hour the sacred trust Left us by heroes to fulfill? Tears for the thieves who rob the dead, In robbing those tbeir death bereft, And waste the gold that love has left By gambling with the nation's bread! Tears for the demagogues who trade In feuds of parly and of race, And seek for plunder and for place In strifes their o...

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. — 11 November 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, NOV. 3.—Street visitations* and prayers at saloons, was reoommenced at Washington Court House Saturday Hon. E. Rumsey Wing, U. S. Minis.tr to Ecuador, died at Anito, Oct. 11th. He was the youugest man that ever represent ed, the government in a foreign mission, beim? only 30 at the time of his death St. Joe a small oil town in Butler county, pa., was destroyed by fire Monday even ing. Twenty-five dwellings, two drug stores, and several livery stables were con sumed.... Judge Collins of Toledo, O., has refused the injunction applied for by Jolm Wynn, to prevent interference by Father O'Riley with the funeral in St. Francis D'Sales cem etery of Wynn's wife, a non-communicant.... Gen. A. Shalcr, ol New York, has finally accepted the posi tion of consulting engineer of the board of fire commissioners of Chicago Presi eut Grant has issued his proclamation, naming the 26th day of November next, a* a day of thanksgiving and praise. Gov. Allen, of Ohio, has also a...

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. — 11 November 1874

TEE GHA3STSE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11, 1874. The Elections. Victory!—the Ides of November —Mankato Union. A scoop! Miserable day for elections. —Republicanism at a discount. Massachusetts gone up at last, and Ben Butler along with her. New York has gone to the Old Harry.—St. Paul Press, Nov. 4A. Glory! Glory 1-rSt. Cloud Times. The voice of tHe people.—Hastings Union. Glorious! Old bird turned loose! The good news is all confirmed. Victo ry! Victory! Victory! Everywhere.— St. Paul Pioneer, Nov. 5th. The GRANGE ADVANCE being non- political and non-partizan, we refrain from all exclamations and expressions on our own account, and only give the above as samples of the feelings and sentiments of the papers of the country. There exists the undisputed fact of an unprecedented change from the old way in which elections have been run ning. This change, whether it be for better or otherwise, is evidently a move ment of the masses, and we are inclined to believe that it is owing rather to ...

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. — 11 November 1874

•.' —For your best fruitsgo to Zirklebach's. —All kinds of good things kept at Zirkle bach's. —For your best imported cigars go to Zirklebach's. —The very best brands/of oysters kept constantly on hand at Zirklebach's. —The^pTac«r"where ym get your beBt, pure home-made candiesns at Zirklebach's. —Remember that Zirklebach keeps con* stantly on hand a fall line of those whole some and delicious taffys. —Zirklebach is receiving the best varie ties of apples by the car load which he will sell as low as any other man. Give him a call. —J. D. Kellogg is making some of the finest pictures we ever saw. He has lately added to his facilities, and we do not think he can be beaten. —J. D. Kellogg has the largest stock and greatest variety of picture frames ever* brought to the city, which he offers at cost for the next sixty days. —Do you want the best ax ever brought to Minnesota go to C. H. Smith's on Plumb street, and buy the Lumber man's pride." It cannot be excelled. —Sargant, Roath & ...

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. — 11 November 1874

.... 1HE GRAHG E ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1874. B. B. HERBERT, Editor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single Subscribers (3 per year. Grange clubs of ten OT more, l.rO. Sub*cripuons oayable variably in advatire All money should be dent by Draft or Poet Office Order to THE GIUKQK AEVANOZ, Red Witg, Minn. Please send in your subscriptions at once. THE GRATIS ADVANCE is furnished ia cluvs Of ten for {1.50 per year, and will be famished for tbe 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 ia the next thirty days, t»nd can have them if every one of our friends will go to work in earnest. Advertising Rates. ON ADVERTISINU PAGES. 1 column 1 year, $100, 1 month, |15 72, 10 48, 1 85, 5 1-16 column 81, 3 IN AEVKH'liiCNe IOITJMN8 OT PASES DEVOTED TO BEADING MATTER. 1 column year, $12', 1 mouth, $ifi. rt 84. 15. 34 «o, io. 43, 7 1-1(1 column 25, 4 Special notice* in editorial c...

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. — 11 November 1874

., K»n ir i.,n«i WTrifniifi11 .1, onjiffw.** 'J-U l-IJl'."!'"!- h'W -','• I W W i' THE FASMANU HOUSEHOLD: FANCY WORK WITH ACTUMK LEAVES. The bright tints of autumn leaves Jure very lovely for ornamenting our parlors^ boudoirs, and dining tables. Brackets and picture-frames can also be adorned with them, and they greatly add to the beauty of one's surround ings. Collect a large quantity, combining every hue, from crimson to scarlet, to yellow, and from yellow to green. The red beech and the beautifully vari egated sumach are very desirable, as also are the oaks and ferns, but the maple exceeds them all in the great va riety of its tints and the various sizes •f its leaves. Smooth every leaf on the wrong side with a moderately warm iron, holding it Upon the leaf only a minute. Then take a camel's hail pencil and a little olive oil and carefully brush over every part of the leaf. Place them on a flat surface to dry, and let them remain until the next day. For wiring these leaves into g...

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. — 11 November 1874

Short AgricilUml Item. —One-half of the tobacco crop of Kentucky has been killed by frost. —A farmer in Oregon has had a field of sixty acres of grain eaten by rabbits. —Look around the garden before the frosts become too severe and see if you have any plants or shrubbery that need care. Don't neglect them. —There is ganger of another hop fe ver. Profits have been large to the hop growers fpr the past two or three seasons. But a few years since many, hop yards wero plowed up. If they are a success in this locality our farmers should raise them in small Quantities. —Our advice to our farmers of this county is to pay their old debts and make as few new ones as possible, col lect what is due from others, keep all your matters straight, and know just what you owe and how much you are worth. —How to plow and plant is of much more importance to farmers than when to plant. The seasons are beyond our coutrol, but the principles ofagriculture are always the same and#we must strive to adapt t...

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. — 11 November 1874

THE GBANGE ADVANCE. 3 MeialYaperof Ctoodlrae County Eed 175ng and Ylriiiity. —J. G. Hawes has his Music Store open. The Hon. E. T. Wilder has returned home. The stores in the new hotel building •re being plastered. —Weather perfectly splendid during the past three weeks. —Call and examine the books in G. M. Lawrence's circulating library. —See that your* store-pipes are properly put up. It is an important matter. —H. G. Jrfnson has a new sign in front 'of his shop. —The celebrated Ossian E. Dodge has been seen in New York. —The roof upon the Opera House is fin ished. —Every day large quantities of bop poles are brought to this city from Wiscon sin. —David Kelly, Esq., has erected in the rear of his Broad street property, a seven hundred dollar brick barn. —A drive way is being built between Webster's brick block and Watson & Per kins' harness shop. -~*v —E. P. Lowater is to yccupyithe corner store in the hotel structure ^bjnit the first of January —Blaisdell's Dramatic Troupe ga...

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. — 11 November 1874

MAGDALENA. I would 1 ave killed you if I could, I would have killed you where you stood. Magdalena. I would nave killed you if a breath, Freighted with some insensate death, Magdalena. Had power to breathe your li*"e away, To so exhale that iose-hued clay, Magdalena. That it had faded from my sight Like roses in a siagle night, Magdalena. I would have killed you thus, and felt My will a blessed doom had dealt, Magdalena. But who could smite that golden head, Or mar that young cheek's perfect red, Magdalena? Or pierce that bosom's tender white, And watch those dark eyes lose their light, Magdalena? Yet, were to God that you were lying Where last year's autumn leaves are dying, Magdalena! Ah, would to God! then I had bean Unconscious of your scarlet sin, Magdaena. Then I had never known the stain Which purples all my life with pain, Magdalena. Whi#h robs me of my beauteous bride, And leaves me with my stricken pride, Magdalena. Ah, when 1 thought your soul as white As the white rose y...

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. — 18 November 1874

VOL. II. Polities. Since the starting of this paper we have adhered to the principle of a free and independent expression of political opinions. We have neither sought the up-building of one or the overthrow of the other party as such, but we have sought to arouse the people, whatever the shade of their political faith, to come forward and in every proper man ner to exert their political influence to the overthrow of the horde of petty cor rupt politicians who rush to the front and strive to secure the control of whichever party they consider as hav ing the best show for victory. For the overthrow of corruption and the secur ing of good men for office we have ad vised the people to combine further than this we have nut gone. On this ground we propose to stand, and if any body is hit he will have to howl, but we wish to have it understood that we never propose to dictate to any man. or to any class of men. his or their politi cal course of action, nor to pledge our selves to vote or ...

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. — 18 November 1874

6 Mow a Fortune is made Through Buying and Selling Pennies. [From the N. Y. Sun. There is a man in this city who is amassing a handsome fortune by buy ing and selling pennies, two and three cent pieces, and five cent nickels. In many of the newspaper offices, news depots, ferry offices, retail houses where cheap goods are sold, bakeries and oth er places, the accumulation of small coin very often becomes to large as to be cumbersome. It cannot be disposed of, for coin is so plenty that customers object to taking it in change in any great quantity, and in business houses where it is needed the regular sources of supply are always ample. The coin might be sent to the Philadel phia Mint for redemption, but the re-don quirements of the redemption depart ment are enough to discourage any business man. To send pennies to the Mint they must first be sorted and wrapped in packages of five dollars each. Coin of each separate mintage must be put together. It will not dowhich to mix the old-fa...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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