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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 18 November 1874

CLERICAL jWBHmiTS. Is Racing the Thin f«r tfc« Clersry. (Prom the Saturday Review.) y/The recent correspondence between the Bishop of Lincoln and the owner of Apology produces a rather mixed feel ing. We do not doubt, indeed, that the Bishop was in the right. As a general principle, the clergy will not strengthen the position of the Church by becoming owners of race-horses. And if the cul pri had been half a century younger we should have felt not Qfily approval, bu sympathy, for the Episcopal action. Pfhaps the plea of age ought to make ndegal difference. Offenders are often prdoned on the ground of tender ytrs but the indulgence due to old a! is not generally understood to mean lense for breaking the law. As a atter of fact, however, it necessarily ters our feelings. We can not be ard upon an old man for preserving iine of the prejudices of his youth, lorce-racing was never a distinctly lerical amusement but at least it may said that in Mr. King's youth the corruptions which are n...

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. — 18 November 1874

1 5 ,Vf*tT~J^ -jrfj(^.^ -.-t"3t^*~ THE GRAUGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY NOV. 18, 1874. —The eloquent blind preacher is again in the lecture field. —One of the new inventions is a diamond saw, that will saw stone as easily as ordinary saws will wood. —Decaying leaves on roads and walks, where the leaves are hourly crushed and the dropping rain makes -paste of them." are said to be exceed ingl pestiferous, breeding disease and death. —Investigations are expected to be the order in Congress the coming Win ter. Let them dip in. Investigating will not do the least harm, Snd if it isn't a good thing for the newspapers, it will be because of so much white wash as to prevent the making of an impression. A lot of Japanese idols recently sold because their owners had no fnr thcr use for them, prove to have been manufactured in Sheffield, England. John Bull has an eye to the Christian ization of the heathen, but if they will bow down to graven images, John Bull proposes to furnish those images. —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. — 18 November 1874

Henry Fitzsimmons. We herewith reprint an extract from the Home Journal of St. Thomas, Ontario. W§_ recommend our readers to give the article a careful perusal as they may gain there from considerable information concerning Goodhue County. The writer hereof has lived in this county for the past thirteen years but never has heard anything re specting the wild lumbering districts" situated in our midst. Mr. Church will be astonished when he learns that twenty or thirty wild, daring lawless men" have been making his house their home. Won't he hurry home when he reads that elabo rate article Very likely he will think the country has been overrun and captured by desperadoes. And wonderful as it may appear it has been the province of a Cana dian newspaper to discover the painful fact that Sheriff Chandler, a man who has a rep utation among the untutored savages of ttiis city and county of fearing neither man nor devil, has at last found his match in the person of Henry Fitzsimmons and the...

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. — 18 November 1874

m& mm •'•"/•••s&rrsfe: 2 THE GRANGE ADVANCE. B. HERBERT Editor. ST. PAUL AND RED WING, MINN. NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY. NOV. 10.—Tilton's civil suit against Beecher was called yesterday and again postponed on motion of the defend ant's counsel, in order to hear the decision in the appeal to compel Tilton to furnish a bill of particulars.... Nathan Burge», of Vandalis, 111., has made confession to having murdered Joseph Bobbins, bridge watchman on the railroad on the 29th ult. The sum of money for which Bobbins was murdered was $31.50. Serious threats ot lynching Burgers are made.... A state ment is published that there are fully for ty thousand people in Kansas and Nebras ka who are either now or shortly will be in absolute want of the necessaries of life. .. .The committee of seventy of New Or leans have appealed to the President to withdraw the troops from that State, as the late election had settled the question of who shall govern. They also say that they consider it ext...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 18 November 1874

Execution of VdleiiMk. WestChester, Pa., Correspondence (Nov. 12) Chicago Tribune.] In this quiet, peaceful, Quaker town, William E. Udderzook was strangled to death to-day, according to the forms of the law. He deserved to die, al though, up to the time ofhis arrest on the charge of murder, he had an excel lent reputation, and he could have sum moned a multitude of witnesses to tes tify that his previous life, as far as his friends and associates could judge, had •been wholly blameless, No man ever went to the gallows with so good a -character. Although THE STORT OF HIS CRIME has been published far and wide, a brief review may not be uninteresting on this, the day of his execution. Two years ago, there lived in Balti more a handsome, easy-going, good-na tured fellow, named Winfred Scott •Goss. lie was a cabinet-maker by trade, but had no taste for hard work. Having lost his situation in a furniture •store in which he had been a salesman, he devoted himself to picture-frame .gilding...

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. — 18 November 1874

1 itViffm*n-Timgjm *W •jeww? THE GRANGE ADVANCE. Official Taper of Ctoodhne County Sed Wing and Canity, —The steamboats are making their last trips now. —A slight snow storm occured in the vi cinity Monday morning. —The roof to M. Herschler's new house has just been finished. —The windows of the new hotel and Post Office have been put in. —Sumner Hall has again been erected and is being rapidly finished up. —The irrepressible J. (J. Ryder is again in limbo. This time for drunkenness. —Frank Sammoson of Vasa lost a valua ble farm horse in this city on Saturday. —A Stock Fair is being held to-day Tues day, near Burkhard's hotel in Hay Creek. —The editor of the Cannon Falls Echo was sued for breach of contract last Mon day. —E. T. Howard is building a dwelling house on Fourth street near Dr. Hawley's place. —Diamond Joe Reynolds, the great steam-, boat man and grain merchant, was in town Monday. —County Treasurer Hancock has the foundation for his new residence nearly completed. —Last ...

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. — 18 November 1874

THE GRANGE ADVANCE Ofletel Yap«r of ftoodtae County Bed "Wing and TStinity. —The steamboats are making their last trips now. —A slight snow storm occured in the vi cinity Mondaymorning. —The roof to M. Herschler's new house has just been finished. —The windows of the new hotel and Post Office have been put in. —Sumner Hall has again been erected and is being rapidlyfinishedup. —The irrepressible J. fJ. Ryder is again in limbo. This time for drunkenness. —Frank Sammoson of Vasa lost a valua ble farm horse in this city on Saturday. —A Stock Fair is being held to-day Tues day, near Burkhard'a hotel in Hay Greek. —The editor of the Cannon Falls Echo was sued for breach of contract last Mon day. —E. T. Howard is building a dwelling house on Fourth street near Dr. Hawley's place. —DiamondJoeReynolds, the great steam*, boat man and grain merchant, was in town" Monday. —County Treasurer Hancock has the foundation for his new residence nearly completed. —Last Saturday Justice Hasler fined Ge...

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. — 24 November 1874

VOLII. How shall we Pass the Evening. Everybody, unless we except persons engaged in retail trade, and perhaps a few others, have many hoars that go in to make up our long winter evenings in which they have nothing to do, and .the best way to pass these hours is a matter of general interest Onething is certain these long evenings should not be wasted, yet we do not propose to un dertake the discovery of some plan by which they may be passed in the per forming of some indoor work. We are not of those who believe that every mo ment not occupied in work is lost. The man who converts himself into a mere working machine wastes his life, not only because he fails to get the en joyment, intellectual growth and soul development out of it, which God de signed every mortal should get out of this life, but because he does not suc ceed as a rule so well in his work as would with less work and more think ing. The old saying that All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" contains a large grain ...

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. — 24 November 1874

I J.'- If .m^mitfim i$*\mi'^»w^m.^.in'ii"'«n,-~mmrm*mi ijwgmmm!m!mWmh' TBE UKANGE ADVANCE B. E E Editor. ST. PAUL AND RED WING, MINN. NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, NOV. 17.—Regular trains com .meneed runniug between Baltimore and Chicago Monday.... The Roanoke smok ing tobacco and box factory at Danville, Va., was destroyed by fire Sunday night. Loss $100,000....Dr. E. H. Drake, an old resident and well-known physician of De-, troit, Mich., was run over and killed by a passing train at Ypsilanti... The Second National Bank of Kansas, for failing to meet the eall of the Treasury Department, to reimburse the treasury for its note* re deemed, has been thrown out of the re demption bureau.... The President has re quested the Governor of Texas to delay the execution of Santanta, until it can be satisfactorily ascertained whether he vio lated his parole or not. The President holds that the weight of evidence thus far is in Santanta's favor....The Alabama Legislature was organized Monday. Mr....

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. — 24 November 1874

.E monthly stock sales at Faribault proving a success. MINNESOTA has now 540Granges. THE Waseca News has commenced upon volume 12. PEDESTRIANS commenced crossing ,f".Lake St. Croix on the ice Thursday. THE citizens of Willmar propose the luxury of a village council in the spring. J. QUACKENBUSH has been indieted by the Rice county grand jury fir having engaged in horse stealing. THE Patrons of Husbandry propose to baild a farmers grist or custom mill in Rochester. TOE dwelling house of Frank Kitzen ger, and the barn of the Hokah Hotel, Hokah, was burned Saturday last. GLENWOOD, Pope county* voted at the late election against granting liquor li censes for the coming year. A OBBAT many people from the grass* hopper districts have lately moved into Mankate in search of employment. AN organized escape among the pris oners confined in the Wabashaw coun ty jail, was discovered by the Sheriff the other day, and frustrated. THE United Brethren Church at Alma, Waseca eoanty, was dedicated .S...

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. — 24 November 1874

1 HWBOTAWfS na iB monthly stock" salesat Faribault proving a success. MINNESOTA has BOW 540Granges. THE Waseca News has commenced upon volume 12. PEDBSTEIANS commenced crossing jr^Lake St. Croix on the ice Thursday. THE citizens of Willmar propose the luxury of a village councilinthe spring. J. QOACKBNBUSH has been indicted by 'the Rice county grand jury fir having •engaged in horse stealing. THE Patrons of Husbandry propose to baild a farmers grist or custom mill in Rochester. TOE dwelling house of Frank Kitzen ger, and the barn of the Hokah Hotel, Hokah,was burned Saturday last. GLENWOOD, Pope county* voted at the late election against granting liquor li censes for the coming year. A' SBBAT many people from the grass- hopper districts have lately moved into Ifankate in search of employment. AN organized escape among the pris oners confined in the Wabashaw coun ty jail, was discovered by the Sheriff the other day, and frustrated. THE United Brethren Church at Alma, Waseca eounty, w...

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. — 24 November 1874

wwwwrf ^^***?*g^^Lff^^ 4 THE GEAUGE ADYAKE. TUESDAY, NOV. 24, 1874. Editorial Slang. For the Grange Advance He who reads the newspaper now and then, is now and then reminded of the existence of the leading American characteristic," slang. W refuse to become surprised at the increasing ra pidity with which this pest spreads over our land. Knowing the press to be so contagiously infected, associations may resolve, and individuals may instruct, but let no man delude himself, slang will be "modern English" ages after Messrs. Hall and Oliphant have passed down the valley," unless the press abandon and discountenance its use. Let editors refrain from indulging let them banish it from their columns, and refuse it admission into the general reading as far as may be let them re solve, and we may have the most excel ent reason to expect its extermination, or at least that it will subside to the lower classes. Deny it who may, one rarely reads to-day's local or editorial column, with out being...

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. — 24 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. —T'^ very best brands of oysters kept O S *2I3N a a Zirklebach's. —Ihe'place where you get your best, pure home-made candies is at Zirklebach's. —Remember that Zirklebach keeps con stantly on hand a full line of those whole some and delicious taffys. —Winter apples at the lowest rates for sale by Zirkelbach, Astor Place, Main street. —Fresh oysters direot from Baltimore. Think of it. Zirkelbaoh keeps them con stantly for sale. —The oyster is at hand. The best brand will be found constantly on hand at Hoyt's Restaurant. —The only place in the city to get first class cakes, pies, bread, and any thing else in the baker's line, is Hoyt's City Bakery. —E. P. Lowater has the finest stock of plain and fancy hand.sleds for children ever brought to this city. They are well worth examining. —Zirkelbach is again manufacturing those excellent taffys. Remem...

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. — 24 November 1874

MP I 1- 1 •i f!l f:L 5 ,As .rty^ DROWNED. [The London World offers every month a prize of 10 guineas' worth of books for the best poem on a given eubjegt. We give its prize poem for October:] The flashing light-house beacon pales be fore The ruddy harvest-moon's intenser ray, 'That bathes, and changes into sparkling ore, Its stones of granite gray. brigs the greedy ripple Round the tall laps, As with the ebbing tide swing, A shore-belated sea-bird slowly flaps they softly His.strong-plumed,dosky wing The pier-lights, imaged on the waters, melt To silver pillA'-s, such as visions show Of palaces "he 'ed Caliphs dwell the moonlit oar-strokes itline sharp- or-bar. it? Yonder and shape- 11 to veil dead. it were to .iut snort to sum. a n«ii, a mystery Death's mocking gloss upon life's loveli ness A secret of the sea. The Hermit of Red Coat's Creen. [London Medical Record.] Dr. Daniel Hack Tuke has published in the Journal of Mental Science, for October, a very interesting account of this...

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. — 24 November 1874

I I A^k I ,* I & & ».* *H.--j": [The London World offers every month prise ol 10 guineas' worth, of books for the best poem on a given (object. We give its prize poem for October The flashing light-house beacon pales be fore The ruddy harvest-moon's intenser ray, That bathes, and changes into sparkling ore, No footstep marked the damp and mossy grave Each walk as green as is the mantled pool, T^Sy^'-^f^' Its stones of granite gray. brigs the greedy ripple JUrand the tall laps, As with the ebbing tide swing, A shore-belated sea-bird slowly flaps they softly Hisfltrong-plumed,dusky wing The pier-lights, imaged on the waters, melt To silver pilhVs. such as visions show Of palaces whef 'ed Caliphs dwell the moonlit oar-strokes itlinesharp- or-bar. it? Yonder and shape- 11 to veil dead. it were to ness A secret of the sea. .lut snort to sum: a «»u, a mjstery law could properly take under its guaT Death's mocking gloss upon liie's loveli- diaaship as a person of unsound mind. VMm ...

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. — 24 November 1874

^^iB^jpuj^.'.i.-Aii'^'^'-ii^.y THE A N HOUSEHOLD I Sweet O I Editors Rural New Yorker: I see in your issue of October 24th, a-request by A. K. Nash, Westport, Conn., for reports from those having experience in raising Minnesota Sweet Corn. I wHl tell mine. Great care should be taken in obtaining genuine seed and of good quality, or a failure is sure to follow. I have not been troabled much with corn not coming up good until this season. The continued drouth at my third planting proved too much for my best efforts, causing near ly a failure. My manner of planting is to soak the seed twenty-four hours, then roll in plaster and let stand twenty four hours then plant, of course hav ing the ground well prepared in time. I always use some kind of manure in each hill at planting-. One planting, with small shovelful, covered with earth then plant on it another planting with manure dropped and corn planted di rectly on it still another, corn drop ped tirst and manure on it, them cover ed wit...

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. — 24 November 1874

THE GRANGE ADVANCE. Official Paper of Ctoodhue County Hed Wing and Yicinity. —Thanksgiving Jay will be quite gener ally observed in this city. —The Board of Managers of the Y. M. C. A. meet tbis, Tuesday, evening. —Go to Eisenbrand and get your nobby suits tuuie to order. —This is a bad week for everything, and especially bad for locals and turkeys. —I)r. F. A. Williamson and wife go to Minneapolis to be thankful and eat turkey. —The Mississippi River is clogged with ice, and navigation and crossing from the Wisconsin side have been stopped at one and the same time. —The cold wind of Monday put a tempo rary stop to the building improvements. There are quite a number of houses in an unfinished state. —The Minneapolis Tribune is writing up Red Wing this week. Monday was a good day for looking up building statistics. If one looked in the wind's eye he could easily see double. —The monthly union services of the M. E., Baptist and Presbyterian Churches will be held at the Baptist Church ...

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. — 24 November 1874

THE GKANGE ADVANCE. Onflcial Yaper of Ctoodlroe Oou&ty Hea Wing and 73dmty. —Thanksgiving day will be quite gener ally observed in this city. —Tbe Board of Managers Of the Y. M. C. A. meet this, Tuesday, evening. —Go to Eisenbrand and get your nobby suits made to order. —This is a bad week for everything, and especially bad for locals and turkeys. —Dr. F. A. Williamson and wife go to Minneapolis to be thankful and eat turkey. —The Mississippi River is clogged with ice, and navigation and crossing from the Wisconsin side have been stopped at one and the same time. —The cold wind of Monday put a tempo rary stop to tbe building improvements. There are quite a number of houses in an unfinished state. —The Minneapolis Tribune is writing up Red Wing this week. Monday was a good day for looking up building statistics. If one looked in the wind's eye he could easily see double. —The monthly union services of the M. E,, Baptist and Presbyterian Churches will be held at the Baptist Church...

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. — 1 December 1874

W W wqyvmfL JUMl* VOL. II. THE CAUCUS.—The St. Paul Press is trying toconvince the members elected to the Legislature that it is their bounden duty to go into caucus and fix up and agree upon tor whom they shall vote to send to the United States Senate. Now we supposed that the principle underlying a republic was that the ma jority should rule. The caucus system is a good way to defeat the will of the majority and to advance corruption, to elevate politicians and to defeat the people, but that it has any other value we think the Press or any other paper will fail to show. It is very easy for a politician to so manipulate a caucus as to obtain a ma jority therein, and if good and true men go into a caucus and are beaten by the corrupt men, who can be bought and sold, of course, under the present teach ing with regard to political eth ics, the good men are bound to stand by the choice of the caucus thus forced upon them. The majority of the cau cus of either party is almost always the...

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. — 1 December 1874

TOE UHANGE ADVANCE. E E Editor ST. PAUL AND I WING, MINNF HEWS OF THE WEEK. -Recruiting for «'i TUESDAY, NOV 24. a my is to be resumed., .4*.-i-i Tlie Baltimore & Ohio railroad sent out its first through train from Chicago eastward Monday Beecher's attorneys yesterday filer] a no tice of appeal from the order of tin general term of court denying the motion for a bill of particulars in the Tilton it .Super vising architect Mull tendered his resig nation to the Secretary of the Treas1 ry yesterday, and the same vras accepted.... Secretary Delano has made application to he W a Dapartmelit for the removal of 700 white miners said to be working in he lilac!-: Hills country Tax payers and business men of the District of Co- Sawibia are circulating a petition tor pie- I :. invitation to Congress, asking that the Dis- SATURDAY, Nov. 28.—Gan. II. Sher trwt be governed directly by Congress i-i&an -informs the Fesretary of Wa that through Commissioners, and without the Lthe .report .th...

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