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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 1 December 1874

THE POPE'S DAILY LIFE. Interesting Narrative «I Hi ernadille in the C^^liclteTie^.] 'ormed in Rome the acquaintance a.valet efo chamb^-joi^ttie holy: ther, who hasbeen-inMs service ten „ears, and has never'jeft him.j$ He possesses the confidence of his venerable master, and he deserves it. I can mention more than one morisignore who has not his influence, and he is courted by persons from the foar quarters of the globe. He ought to have a secre tary to attend to his correspondence he is constantly receiving visits and requests, and he is asked for audiences as if he were a minister. Bankers worth millions, deputies and great ladies come to see hixn with letters of introduction. Generals and ministers, and high offi cials send him their photographs, with •which he lines the walls of his cham ber. All this does not spoil him he has remained humble, gentle, polite, serviceable, obliging and even unembarrassed by the attentions he receives, and never for a moment for getting his humble ...

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. — 1 December 1874

TEE GEA3JGE ADVAITCE. TUESDAY, DEC. 1, 1874. —Saxony forbids the cremation by her subjects. —Europe promises to keep the peace for many years at least, that is the conclusion reached by Prince Godesho koff aad Bismark. —James Russell Lowell is named as Minister to the Court of the Czav. Such an appointment would reflect hon or on both Russia and the United States. —Alexander II. Stephens is said to be in better health than he has enjoyed for ten years and to weigh 80 pounds. Not a very heavy weight for even the Vice President of as light a government as the Confederacy proved itself. —Richard H. Dana of Boston has passed his eighty-seventh birthday. When William Cullen Bryant was a stripling of 19 and wrote his Thanatop sis, Dana was editing the North Amer ican Review, and Bryant is past eighty. —The Oregon Senate has passed a law which provides that husbands and wives without children may be divorced by simply ceasing to live together. This is an easier and speedier method than Chi...

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. — 1 December 1874

1 *lfl./l.', I I" M$ —For your beat fruitsgo to Zirklebaeh'a' —Go to Eisenbrand and get your nobby Buits made to order. —Winter apples at the lowest rates for Sale by Zirkelbaeh, Astor Place, Main •trset. —The oyster is at hand. The best brand will be found constantly on hand at Hoyt's Restaurant. —Wm. Eisenbrand has now on hand a complete line of Fur Coats and Robes, which he is selling lower than ever. —If you want anything in the clothing line go and see W. Eisenbrand and learn his prices before buying elsewhere. —Election returns are all in. Eisen brand is ahead of all his competitors in sell ing clothing cheaper than the cheapest. —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. —Zirklebach is receiving the best .varie ties of apples by the car load which he will...

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. — 1 December 1874

,' 1 1 I I hMwmf MIHHESOTATOS ITEMS. CiTizE?fe of Sterling,' Blue Earth county, are agitating! the question of building a cheese factory. JAMES ISHEKWOOD of Jackson has heen tried, found guilty and fined $00 and costs for setting a prairie fire.. THE new bridge over Lhe Buffalo river at Georgetown will be 300 feet spaa and pile, and the grade work 600 cubic yards. THE charge is made that the school fund of Pine county has been appro priated to other uses ahan school pur poses. AND now Faribault is talking cotton mill. A WATCH f'actor\r at Caledonia is talked of. A LODGE of Daughters of Rebecca has been organized at Farinington. COL. N. A. GESNEK and family of Lake City will spend the winter in New York city. TITE Le Sueur Sentinel says the pop ulation of Le Sueur count'/ is about 13,000. DEER hunters from the interior of the State who have been up north, re port game very scarce. THE Catholic church at Rochester has received its new bell, weighing 2,200 pounds and costing $700. THE ...

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. — 1 December 1874

pay's Contribution to .':• Leaves." [in is there so Void that he 'L^tus should thus- only would I have the 'or WsfceKi Fo w&ctht lying calm and beautiful, Cia.-])ing theearth in love, and throwing back The sniile of heaven from waves of ame thyst, )t whether, freshened by the busy winds, ttbeats tho trade and navies of the world J\» ends u-e and stern activity !r whether, lashed by tempests, it gives ay Co eleme rttal fury, howls and rear. all its rocky baniers, in wild lust, «'ruin drinks the blood oflivihg things, ml strews its wrecks o'er leagues of des olate shore ilway&'i: is the sea, and ail bow down. _efore its vast and varied majesty. nd HO Jr. vain will timorous men essay tet the metes and bounds of Liberty, or Freedom is its own eternal law. makes its own conditions, and in torm calm alike fulfills the unerring Will, et us not then despise it when it lies :ill as sleep rig lion, while a swarm gnat-like evils hover roun.1 it* head —or doubt it when in mad disjointed...

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. — 1 December 1874

•IP 1 II 1 Si I I I 1 -*-TT-'"*~-vin yT*rr- THE GRANGE ADVANCE. Official Yaper of Ooodlrae Count? Heel Wing and Vicinity. —The Post-Office will be moved into the new building this week. —Hiram Patterson, Esq.,of Elyria, Ohio, a brother-in-law of E. W. Brooks, is now in this city. —The directors of the Goodhue County Savings Bank have decided to locate in Music Hall Block. —The Episcopalians hold a sociable at Hermon Betcher's residence to-morrow— Wednesday—evening. —A meeting of persons interested in the welfare of the Guild Library, is announced for Tuesday evening of this week. —The Methodist society will give the children in the Sunday School a Christmas Festival at their church on Friday evening, Dec. 25. —The opening of District Court for this Judicial District and the transit of Venus, occur on the same day, to-wit, the eighth of December. —The Thanksgiving sermon preached at the Methodist Church, by Rev. R. F. Mac laren, was very well received, giving gen eral satisfaction. —...

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. — 8 December 1874

VOL. II. BUBHBIDE ORANGE, NO. 146 P. OF SECRETARY'S OEFICE. 374. Burnside, Dec. 2d, 18' To the Editor of Orange Advance, Red Wing Minn SIR:—TheBurnsideGrange No. 148 P. of H., held its annual election of officers for the ensuing year, at the resi dence of A. Howe Jr.f on Tuesday the lstinst., which resulted in the election of the following named persons to-wit: J. E. Simmons, Master E.A.Sargent, Overseer A. Howe Jr., Lecturer M. S. Tyler, Steicard C. E. Simmons, Ass't Steicard A. Coons, Chaplain A. P. Wilson, Treasurer Q. Bunch, Secretary John Norell, Gate Keeper Mrs. R. F. Knox, Ceres Miss Lizzie Thompson, Pomona Miss Frankie Sexton, Flora Miss Clara E. Bunch, Stewardess, Yours &c. Q. BUNCH, Secretary. ST. PAUL, Nov. 30th. MR. EDITOR :—By direction of the North Star Grange No. 1, I send you the following resolutions for publication. WHEREAS, We are called upon to mourn the departure of our sister Lizzie Fish, daughter of our late Worthy Master and brother David Fish. That her w...

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. — 8 December 1874

y' fl1 I 1 3 1 MjJ 3 1 i,,,, I,,, i,t ,.. ,.v. 9E GRANGE ADVANCE. E. E. HERBERT. Publisher. ST. PAUL AND RED WING, MINN. PRESIDENT GRANT'S MESSAGE. delivered to the F«rty-Tttird Coif gress on the Afternoon of Decern 7, 1874—A Review of National Af fair*. To the Senate and House of Representatives: Since the convening of Congress one year •go the nation has undergone a season of PROSTRATION IN B08ISES8 and industries such as has not been wit nessed with us for many years. Specula tion aa to the causes lor this prostration might be indulged in without profit, because as many theories would be advanced as there would be independent writers, therefore 1 will call your attention only to the fact and to some questions as to which it would seem there should be no disagree ment During this prostration two essen tial elements of prosperity have been abun dant—labor and capital. Both have been largely unemployed. Where security has been undoubted, capital has been attainable at very moderate ...

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. — 8 December 1874

lastJAugust. Aninternati«narpo8talCoii«esB was convened in Berne, Switzerland, Sep tember last, at which the United States was represented by an officer ot the post offiee 'dfjffl ment ot much experience and qualia cat for the position. A convention for''the establishment of an international post union was agreed upon by the dele gates of ths countries represented, subject to the approval of the proper authorities of those countries. I respectfully direct your attention to the report of the Postmaster Geneval, and to his suggestions in regard to an equitable adjustment of the question of oonipensation to railroads for carrying the mails. Al'PAIRS IN THE SOUTHBBN STATES. Your attention will be drawn to the un settled condition of affairs in some of the Southern states. On the 14th of September laht the governor of Louisiana called upon me, as provided by the constitution and ltws of the United States, to aid in suppress ing domestic violence in that State. This Oiih was made in view ...

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. — 8 December 1874

1 [•r I 14 j: 4' .: I VANCE. W I 2 E GBAITGE ABVAJTCE. TUESDAY, DEC. 8, 1874 —The recent elections in France look as though France were to be per manently a Republic at last. —We give way this week to our Friends who have a word to say to the readers of THE ADVANCE. We believe that the newspaper should be a medium through which the people may talk and that the editor should uot be expected to do all the talking. —The agricultural regions of Michi gan are shown to be decreasing in pop ulation. Diversified culture and more careful tillage are recommended to check this tendency to run down at the heel. How long will it be before Minnesota will need similar advise for a similar reason. —We are now endeavoring to put in a new office of our own in order to re duce expenses and to give our readers a better paper for their money. Let every man who wants abetter paper see to it that his old subscription is re newed and paid, and that his neighbors subscribe. Too MUCH HONOR.—Miss Susan B. Ant...

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. — 8 December 1874

Some little time since we had occasion to Jrefer to Manitoba and to Emerson Colony in connection with the temporary return toy refrom of Mr. Wiltse an old resident of County. Since then Mr. Thomas Car ney, one of the Colony Managers, and also an old resident of this section, has arrived in the city, and from him we have obtained many more interesting particulars of this great Northwest and in the first place we oonfess to have been prejudiced against this region of country, and that these prej udices have been removed. We can remem ber the time, when in the section where we then resided, Minnesota was looked upon as a land of eternal frosts and snows and almost uninhabitable, and having found this to have been a very serious mistake we were better prepared to believe that Mani toba, which isjust over the line from Min nesota, is to be included in this best wheat growing country in the world. We were also prepared by an article re cently appearing in the St. Paul Pioneer, written by ...

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. — 8 December 1874

JJ&H-"- vi'-: -A--'..' rV 1.1 $ 2 GRANGE 'ADVANCE. B. E E Editor. ST. PAUL AND RED WING, MINN HEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, Dec. 1.—A riot between citi zens and Italians, miners, occurred near Sharon, Pa., Sunday, in which four Ital ians were killed. The Italians then raised a white Hag and promised to leave the mines... .Two of the notorious Gad's Hill robbers were captured Saturday near Lit tle Bock after a fight in which both the desperadoes and the sheriff in charge of the party making the arrest were severely wounded. The two arrested with three companions robbed a store in Yell county, Ark., and murdered the proprietor.... In the Boston criminal court Monday, Chas. H. Bullard alias Wm. A. Judson,principal of the Boylston national bank robbery in that city a few years ago, was sentenced to 20 years in state prison.... A man named Thos. Martin, of Cloverdale, Put nam county, Ind., offended at something that his wife said, gave her three minutes to retract, and on her not doing ...

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. — 8 December 1874

THE WAR DEPARTMENT. WASHINGTON, De 3.—The Secretary of War states that his report wil! show that the actual expenditure of the war department for the year ending June 30th, 1873, including river and harbor improvements, were $46, 325,368.21, and that the same for the last fiscal year, ending June 30th, 1874, were $4C.326,314.71 showing a reduc tion ti'.d,998,993.50. The report will also contain the fol lowing recommendations: Monthly additions to be allowed to the pay olf officers acting as Assistant Quartermasters. Renewal of recommendations for the purchase of sites of the posts in Texas in accordance with report previously made to Congress. The systerr. of mileage and payment of officers and employees traveling on duty to be restored, in lieu of actual expenses, as now allowed under the law of last year. to be covered into the treasury as mis cellaneous, at the expiration of each fiscal year, the law to be so changed that appropriations for subsistence stores can be made availabl...

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. — 8 December 1874

7 Red Wing and Vicinity. —Go to Eisenbrand and get #our nobby suits made to order. —Dr. ROBS lectures again to-night and to-morrow night in Music Hall. —The price of wheat was as high as 85 cents per bushel one day last week. *r-Any one in want of a Christmas tree will do well to call atZirkelbach's and pur chase one. —There are fifteen miles of sidewalk in this city. How is that for high —R. C. Todd, Esq.,one of the solid men of Minneapolis, is in town visiting friends. —It is rumored that the Vasa Brass Band is soon to give a concert in this city. —Winter apples at the lowest fates for Bale by Zirkelbach, Astor Place, Main street. —H. J. Bosworth, Esq., hating sold out his palatial dining hall is about to leave the city. —A skating rink is being built on the ice opposite the new ferry landing at the foot of Bush street. —The first of the series of Prof. Ray mond's concerts will be given the coming Friday evening. —Wm. Eisenbrand has now on handa complete line of Fur Coats and Robe...

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. — 22 December 1874

VOL.II. Christmas. The following lines were written by a lady from who's eyes disease has shut out the light of the sun, but who can yet rejoice in the happy return of glad Christmas day. Though to her it is denied to look on God's joyous world, and to enjoy the light of day, for she is blind, she is not denied that greater Light which shines forth from the Son of Righteousness, lighting up the soul and filling the heart with warmth, light and everlasting joys.— [Ed.] Yes this is Christmas morn, The day when Christ was born, "Wheu God did give his Son. To ransom every one. Who put their trust in Him. Oh put thy trust in Him, Strive to forsake thy sin He will for them provide, Who in his truths abide, And never go astray. When our pilgrimage is o'er, When we have reached that shore, And laid our burden down. Received a robe and crown, From our Maker's hand, Then will we praises sing, To our Deliverer, King, For Blessings He hath given, And we can rest in Heaven, Thankful that Christ ...

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. — 22 December 1874

MINNESOTA MEWS ITEMS. HUTCHINSON wants to be incorporated as a city. TnE Willmar Gazette, after a very brief career, has suspended. WASEOA, says the News, never enjoy ed a larger trade at this season of the year than at present. A LIBERAL. LEAGUE was organized at "Winona Sunday, some twenty persons becoming members. SENATOR S. P. CHILDS of Faribault county, who has been quite ill of late, is slowly convalescing. THE comic opera of "Cox and Box" is soon to be brought out at Lake City under the direction of Gen. Jennison. THIRTY new buildings were erected in Chaska the past season, costing from $500 to $3,000 each. THE Wabashaw legislative delegation •will, it is said, present the name of L. V. Rich for Sergeant-at-Arms of the House. W«. AOKERMAN of Medo, Blue Earth county, was crushed to death Wednes day of last week, by being run over by a load of lumber. A NUMBER of the men in the Northern Pacific machine shops atBrainerd have gone to Palestine, Texas, to enter the machine shops th...

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. — 22 December 1874

THEFARMAyPHOUSEHOLI) in Cor in Butter The Duchess Farmer says To -tiiree gallons of brine strong enough to bear an egg add a quarter of a pound of nice white sugar and one tablespoon ful of saltpeter. Boil the brine, and W&& it is cold strain carefully. Make yod^Dutter into rolls, and wrap each Toll separately in a clean white muslin cloth, tying up with a string. Pack a large jar full, weight the butter down, and pour ov«r the brine until all is sub merged. This will keep really good butter perfectly sweet and fresh for a whole year. Be careful to not put upon ice butter that you wish to keep for any length of time. In summer, when the heat will not admit of butter being made into rolls, pack closely in small jars, and using the same brine, allow it to cover the butter to the depth of at least four inches. This ex cludes the air and answers very nearly as well as the first method suggested. Iiouflekeepin in Never put a particle of soap about your silver if you would have it...

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. — 22 December 1874

K**:' SHE OSAUSS ADVJUSCT. TUESDAY, DEC. 22,1874. —Sufficient ventilation, thorough drainage, cleanliness and pure drink ing are the means by which out breaks of typhoid fever are avoided. "corkus"ornot to"corkus" that is the question. The people from Dam to Beecsheba are bound to settle this question now and for ever or to die in the last ditch, and the politicians are perfectly satisfied that they should die. —Some children sleep with afflict ed livers pastured on the leaves and twigs of a certain tree and were speedily cured, hence comes the discovery of a new tonic, an alka loid extracted from this tree, the. ftoldaa gragrans, which increases the apetite, stimulates digestion, and purifies that much abused liver. We know of certain young gen tlemen elected to office at the last election, who have had their feelings somewhat harrowed and their grati tude dampened by numerous bills and demands of men who ''patriot ically "sacrificed themselves and their teams on election day for t...

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. — 22 December 1874

IBS 3&A3TSS JflJVANOS. TUESDAY/DISC. 22,1874. —Sufficient ventilation, thorough drainage, cleanliness and pure drink ing are the means by which out breaks of typhoid fever are avoided. '-,. —To "corWornot to°corkus" that is the question. The people from Dam to Beecsheba are bound to settle this question now and for" ever or to die in the last ditch, and the politicians are perfectly satisfied that they should die. —Some children sleep with afflict ed livers pastured on the leaves and twigs of a certain tree and were speedily cured, hence comes the discovery of anew tonic, an alka loid extracted from this tree, the. Boldaa gragrans, which increases the apetite, stimulates digestion, and purifies that much abused liver. W know of certain young gen tlemen elected to office at the last election, who have had their feelings somewhat harrowed and their grati tude dampened by numerous bills and demands of men who "patriot ically "sacrificed themselves andtheir teams on election day for...

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. — 22 December 1874

A Word of Warning from be hind Prison Bars. COUNTY JAIL, RED WING, December 14th, 1874. Editor of Grange Advance: SIR:—I wish to proclaim to the pub He through your valuable columns, a brief sketch of my former life. As I seek this opportunity for the first time in4my life, I ask all young men who read these few words to be careful and understand my meaning. I speak from my heart as a warning to all. I am a a yuung man of respectable parentage, and have been led by temptation, step by step until I am now sentenced to the States' Prison for the term of one year. Now young men, I beg of you to abhor the ways of vice, and think twice before entering into the way of temptations that you know nothing of: otherwise you will meet with the ter rible misfortune with which I have met. I have disgraced myself and people and all my relatives. It would be very hard for parents to think that their yonngest son is in such disgrace, but thank God they do not know. Friends, if you will allow me the ...

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