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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 5 January 1875

.«3*5*H Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, Time Table. GOING EAST. 0 6 W EST. Dpy Ex.j Day Ex. St. Paul, S:15 a m.i Winona 1-40 m. Red wing, 11:1J a HI. Red wing 7:00 Winona, 4:30 m.'St. Paul 10:00 m. Night mail. Night mail. St. Paul 7:20 m. I Winona 1:40 a m, Redwing 0:12 in.'Red wing 4:50 a Winona 12:05 a ui.jSt. Paul 7:00 a m. Ac'm. Fr't. Ac'oi. Fr't. St. Paul 3-20 a m.|P.ed wiug 1:35 pm Red wing 8:40 a ui.1 St. Paul 5:15 p.m Tickets for sale toall principal points. J. F. FRIOR, Freight and Ticket Agent. RED WING AND V.ICINITY. No police business in the Municipal Courts. It was twenty-two degress below ze ro this morning The great railroad bond-suit is being tried before Judge Crosby. Treasurer Hancock is making an ex tended tour through the County. Taxe6 are mighty high this year. Has any one noticed it How are those building statistics for largeness Bishop Welles of Wisconsin preached in Frontenac last Sunday. Gen. McLean of Frontenac rode through town last Saturday. The Instit...

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. — 12 January 1875

VOL. II. W & 4 -KO.,M^«Ki.jii.Mi(iirinB»«K —The theory that potato rot is caused by a fungus that first attacks the leaves is said to have been con firmed by recent discoveries. —The eating of apples either be fore or after meals is recommended as most beneficial to health, aiding digestion and preventiog dyspepsia and billious affections. —Mr. H. Heyes, Lecturer, ap pointed by the last County Council, opened the campaign by speaking in Belle Creek Saturday night. He has a few other engagements ahead and others wishing his services can obtain them by leaving word at this office. INDEPENDENCE.—Mary Kyle Dal las has the following on independent women—"I like women who are' not annihilated when the girl goes off in a huff who could preside at the White House or scrub the kitchen floor, if either uupleasant effort were necessary." There are whole fami lies of girls in this free America who could undertake the presiding at the White House and take their chances as to the unpleasantne...

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. — 12 January 1875

MINNESOTA HEWS ITEMS. THERE were 93 births and 15 deaths in Hastings last year. THE Hastings Union has been ehosen -the official paper of Dakota county. THE First National Bank of St. Peter as declared a dividend of six per cent. TnE recent Catholic fair at St. Peter netted $1,100.60. THE improvements of Owatonna the past year foot up the handsome sum of $130,154. THE churches of Owatonna contribu ted |41.11 in aid of the grasshopper sufferers, Sunday last. THE Universalists of Owatonna have decided to build a church edifice an other season to cost $3,000. A SPLENDID school building, costing $25,000, has just been completed at tforthtield. S. W. BENNETT has been appointed yostmaster at Henderson vica Chris. JMdra, resigned. WINONA has been divided off into dis tricts, and relief committees appointed to canvass for aid to the grasshopper -^sufferers. THE Far«bault Ddtnecrat has been ^enlarged from a seven to an eight col xunn paper. This is a pleasant indica tion of prosperity for 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. — 12 January 1875

GOVERNOR'S MESSA6E. [Concluded.] wisdom of the court*, with no hope of its immediate solution. To these proceedings the State is not a party, and believing, a* I do, that it haa the right at thu moment to assert its paramount title to these lands and to the franchises of the company which has tailed to build the roadiand that it has, as the result of this title, plenary power to coerce the settlement of these questions, and thereby, or by oth*»r means, such coercion tailing, to ensure the completion ol the grand system ol railroads inaugurated with so much wisdom so many years ago, 1 earnestly urge that you take fcuch legislative action as will bring fcbout these results. The company now in default has been lib erally treated oy the State. It has had sev eral extensions of the time within which it was to construct the road. The last opera tive extension was made by the act ol March 11, 1873. I say "operative extension" be cause the act ol March 5,1874, by which an extension was otte...

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. — 12 January 1875

$P*SKS***V K* SSL K*u4«*. ^Wvv^f^iW^!W,r^7^r" y^'^r^stn^p^ THE GRANGE ADVANCE. IUESDA1, JAN. 12, 1874. —Recent scientific investigation de velopes the fact that mosquitos arc not only endowed with hearing, but also that they ha\e a "highly developed nenous organization." We thought as much, for experience hart taught us that they were very peueli atiag. —King Kalakaua is a man oftineed ucation, acquainted with the best writ ings of our ablest authors, and states men. Before hi-» visit this country was to him the land ot Washington, Jefferson, Webster, Bnant and Whittier, but when he returns his recollections of this country ill be of a land of snobs and snobbery of wrangling stock gamblers, of men whose greatness consists in skill fully opening a bottle of eh impagne and in handling uith i'ease a case of high colored arroinalio cigars." It may seem odd to the Kanka king of the Cannibal Islands" concerning whom it has been truthfully said Eng land's coining King is no hotter educat e...

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. — 12 January 1875

Stand Up and beMen. Come, my brethren let us try, For a little season, Every burden to lay by. Come and let us reason. I am talking to workingmen—the vast army of unwashed and unkempt democracy—the real producers of pota toes and things. Some call you leather heads that is, thick to understand. So you are continuually duped by the thin-skulled dead-heads. You occupy the unpainted shanties, log cabins, and dirt hovels of creation. There you roost at night, and daily eat your plain grub, then march forth like a chain gang, to exercise your bones, muscles, and nerves, to make the proud non-produeers shine in grandeur and opulence, who become your congress men and legislators, monopolists and extortionists—doctors and lawyers. They get your votes, and expect always to get them, and thus keep themselves at the very top of the revolving wheel of fortune. Oh, Workingmen! "How often would I have gathered you as the hen gathereth her chickens-under her wings, but you would not." You will suf...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 12 January 1875

GRANGE ADVANCE B. E E Editor. ST. PAUL AND RED WING, MINN NEWS OF THE WEEK. TCESDAT, Jan 5. The 3eecber-Tilton ease was called at 12 o'clock yesterday and after a little sparring between coun sel, went over4o 11 o'clock to-day The Supreme Cou-t of Pennsylvania has affirmed the sentence of Ortvein, convicted of murder in Allegheny county.... C. B. Goodyear, one of the oldest members ot the Chicago Board of Trade, died yester day at the Grand ^acific hotel.... The Warmoth-Jewell duel is off, mutual friends fixing up a compromise.... Geo. T. Cur tis has volunteered bis services to the city of New York in the effort to procure re*ti tution from Tweed and others of the amounts stolen from the city.... Indian Commissioner Smith having, in his annu al report, criticised Gen. Custer's management of the Black Hills expedition, the General comes back in a letter, in which he accuses the Rev. Commissioner of willful falsehood, and advises him to attend to the duties of his own department and t...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 12 January 1875

Annual Message OF Gov. Cushman K. Davis. Delivered Before the Kliiuieaota Legislature at 11 A. M.» Jan uary Stb,1875. Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Repre sentatives The year just ended has been one oi gen eral piospenty tc our people. The financial embarrassments which have suspended the industries ot other States have affected our own but little The laborers h»ve had em ployment. Failures have been infrequent and our merchants are in excellent credit. The farmers have, as a general rule, secured •bundant crops. They are out of debt and low hold unsold the surplus of last year. *\r such blessings as these it becomes us to return thanks to the Author of all blessings, not only by the utterance of formal phrases, but with a devout sense of our dependence on His mercies. The report of the State Auditor presents a detailed statement of the financial transac tions of the State and the present condition oi the vaiious funds, irom which has been condensed the iollowtng statement of ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 12 January 1875

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Time Table. GOING EAST. Day Ex. GOING WEST. Day Ex. 1-40 m. wing 7:00 m. St. Paul, 8:15 a m.Winona Red wing. 11:15 a m.Red Winona, 4.30 m. St. Paul 10:00 m, Night mail. 1:40 a m, Red wing 4:50 a in. Night mail. St. Paul 7-20 m.Winona Red wmg 9:12 Winona 12.05 a m. St. Paul 7:00 a m. Ac'm. Fr't. Ac'm. Fr't. St. Paul 3 20 a m.lBcd wing 1.35 in. Red wing S-40 a m.lst. Paul 5.15 p. m. Tickets for sale to all principal points. J. F. PRIOR, Freight and Ticket Agent. RED WING AND VICINITY. E. W. Brooks and family are expect ed home from their eastern visit soon. The Red Wing Musical Association is busily rehearsing, preparatory to an other grand concert. An old fashioned four days meeting is in progress at the M. E. Church as a proper and fitting conclusion to the week of prayer. Hans Spilde, a member of the Good hue county Bar, left last week for La Crosse, where he will enter upon the practice of his profession as the junior partner of a prominent attorn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 19 January 1875

VOL. II. —A man in Maine lost a valuable ox lecently by feeding paper stripp ed from the walls of the house, or at least by placing the paper where the ox fed upon it. —The British are making ar rangements to assist in the celebra tion of the 4th of July, 1876, this fact would have seemed a little odd to the signers of the Declaration of Indepenpence, but to this genera tion all things are possible. —It has been sagaciously remark ed that a woman's only reason for any thiug is "because." This theo ry is borne out by the way the girls operate with counterfeit notes which come under their hand in the Treas ury Department. General Spinner, who has had twelve years experience in the work, says they are worth ten times as much as the men for such business. "A man always has a reas on for a counterfeit," says the Gen eral "forty, may be, but be wrong half the time. A woman never has a reason. She says counterfeit be cause it is counterfeit and she is always right, though she could not tel...

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. — 19 January 1875

MINNESOTA NEWS ITEMS. OATS arc scarce in Becker county, and arc worth more per pound than wheat. RUSH CITY shipped 15,000 pounds of Venison during 1874 also 1,500 car loads of ffood. ON the 1st day of January the rates of toll for the St. Cloud wagon bridge were reduced 50 per cent. THE Grange and citizens of St. Charles sent about $200 to the grass hopper sufferers. TUE ferry boat, Iowa City, is making regular trips across the Mississippi at Reed's Landing. A TOTAL of 277,311,010 bushels of wheat were shipped from Dodge Centre during vhe year. TUE first number of the Fanners' Monthly, by II. H. Young of Bochcster, will soon be out. THE amounts expended in Albert Lea in 1S74, aggregates $76,121, an amount in excess of any previous year by near ly £20.000. THE Plainview and Minneiska tele graph company has declared a dividend of 15 per cent., after being in operation only six months. THE dwelling house of S. Rainer, near Lewiston, Winona county, was destroy ed by fire Monday. Mo»t of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 19 January 1875

[This beautiful poem was fompasfd years ago by Henry Stanton, Maysville, Ky. Snrh gems ot poetry are not ofteu met with, written by authors whote names are never known in history.] Is there no place on the fate, of the earth I T* '!MM^«p»*'^lWTlK,7 E nONETLESS MAN. here cbari'y dwelleth, wheie virtue hae buth? Where bosoms in kindness and mercy will heave, And the poor and the wretched shall ask and iecnve Is there no place on earth where a knock from the poor Will bring a kind angel to open the door Ah feenrrh the wide world wherever you can, There is no open door for the moneyless man. Go look in the hall where the chandelier light Drives oil with its splendor the darkness of night Wheie the uch hanging velvet, in sha dowy fold, Sweeps gracefully down, with its trim ming oi gold, And mirvois of silver take np and renew In long lighted vistas the "wilderhig view Go there in your patches, and find if you can A welcome smile tor the moneyless man Go look in your church of the cloud-r...

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. — 19 January 1875

THE GBAHGE ADVANCE. TUESDAY, A N 19, 1874. E E I N O W S he Dairyman's Association of N York, at a re cent meeting had an interesting dis cussion on the profits of high feed ing, and the methods of improving the quality and yield of butter. the Tribune's interesting ac count we make the following ex tract As to improving the dairy, Mr. Boies believes in giving cows all the good food they can be made to o.it and di gest, and in feeding all the time the cow is in milk, grass or no grast*. With a dairy of 102 cows, calving from Sep tember until now, he hat. an a\cvago of over 26 pounds of milk per day, up to to this time. lie feeds each cow 0 pounds corn meal 2 pounds wheat bran, and 3 pounds oil-meal daily, besides all the hay and corn fodder they will eat. I is- he thinks, a mistake that judicious high feeding to cows in milk injures them or causes them to wear out sooner, and he has no difficulty in. getting them with calf. With winter dairying about 2-i pounds of milk make a pound ...

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. — 19 January 1875

Emigration Viewd from a Farm ers Stand-Point. HAY CREEK, Jan. 15, 1875. To thi Editor of The Orange Advance: DEAR S I I wish through the medium of your valuable paper, to lay before its readers a few remarks *. the subject of emigration, as viewed from a farmers stand-point: All the reading portion of the community must be well aware that our Legislature has, for a number of years been in the habit of do nating thousands of dollars for the purpose of aiding, assisting, and en ticing, both foreigners and natives to come and settle in this State. It is a prevailing opinion that supply and demand govern the price of our wheat. If this be admitted, let us see, whetber the wheat producer or the wheat consumer reaps the most advantage by increasing emi gration, on the hypothesis that sup ply and demand govern the price. When the demand is greater than the supply, the consumer has to pay more on that account. When sup ply is in excess of the demand, the producer never fails to receive less...

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. — 19 January 1875

GRANGE ADVANCE B. E E Editor. ST. PAUL AND RED WING, MINN NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, Jan. 12.—The argument in tlic Tilton-Beecher case was commenced yesterday, Ju-Sgt Morris of counsel for Tiltcn onening the case.... The Congres sional committee on elections have decid ed to report in favor of the expulsion of Delegate Cannon of Utah for Polygamy. An immense meeting was held at Cooper Institute, N. Y., lafct uight to pro test ags iust the recent military interfer ence in Louisiana. Speeches were made by Hon. Wm. M. Evarls, Wm. C. Bryant and others, and a scries of resolutions de nouncing such use of the military adopted to be forwarded to Congress.... A Wash ington dispatch says that in consequence of the falling off of revenues there is no prospect of a reduction of the poblic debt for some months.... Geo. Baker has been nominated as minister to Russia Chas. Abert, brother-in-law of Irwin, was before the bar of the House, and in answer to a question said he was ready to tell to who...

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. — 19 January 1875

President's Message, In Response to the ennte Inquiry On Louisiana Affairs. To the Senate of the United States: 1 hare the honor to make the follow- 1 answer to a Senate resolution of the 8th inst. asking for anny informa tion as to any interference by any mili tary officer or part of the army of the United States with the organization of proceedings of the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana or either branch thereof, and also inquiring in regard to the existence of an armed organization in that State hostile to the government thereof and intent on overturning such government by force. To say that the lawless political af fairs of that State since its organization has become well known is a part of its unhappy history, but it may be proper here to refer to the election of 1SGS, by which the Repub lican vote of the State through fraud and violence, was re duced to a few thousand and to the bloody riots of 1808, any recent causes or to any late action of the Federal authorities...

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. — 19 January 1875

Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Time Table. EAST. St. Paul, Red wing, Winona, Night St. Paul Red wing Winona Ac'in. St. Prul Red wing Tickets GOING WEST. D«»y Ex. 8:15 a in. 11:15 a m. 4:30 in. mail. 7:20 m. 9:12 m. 1205 a m. Fr't. Day Ex. Winona 1*40 m. Red wiug 7:00p m. St. Paul 10:00 m. Night mail. Winona 1:40 a in. Red wing 4:50 in. St. Paul 700 a in, Fr't. Ac'm. 3 20 a m. Ped wing 8-40 a m. iSt. Paul 1 35 in. :15 p. in. for sale toall principal points. J. F. PRIOR, Freight and Ticket Agent. RED WING AND VICINITY. The acting of the troupe that played at Music Hall, on Friday seems to have pleased theater goers. See advertisement of Tax Judgment Sale in another column. That means pay up and save further costs. It is rumored that all the Representa tives in the Legislature from this County are anti-Ramsey excepting Robert Dea kin ana Chas. Bosworth. The quarterly concert of the Baptist Sunday School comes oft' at their church next Sunday evening. A pleasant time is expeoted. Rev. Mr...

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. — 26 January 1875

rJTTW5S-i*r™=yr For the Grange Advance A WELCOME TO WINTER. BY MRS. J. E. AlvERS. You have come again old winter, with all your blustering ways, With pale and slanting sunbeams, lengthened nights and shortened days. Scattering starry, feathery snow flakes, far and wide o'er hill and plain, Binding river, lake and streamlet, with a frost-forged glittering chain. You have come old bustling winter, to deck like father Time,v The hoary heads of patriai'chs, our gray old hills with rime, The trees like giant sentinels- their bare brown branches spread, And the earth lies cold and silent in the drapery of the dead. Bid you think without your icy touch, no marriage bell would ring, That e\en the returning months, no holidays wonld bring, That merry little children in sunny spots at play, Would cease to think of Christmas, and forget Thanksgiving day? And so packed your snowy vestment and combed out your glittering beard, Took the clarion off the North wind with its music wild and weird. Ta...

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. — 26 January 1875

7 NEWS ITEMS. er mine was discovered nta Clara county, Califor- vlc operatives in three mills Mass., have struck against w?ges. .orgia Legislature has adopted denouncing the military inva 3 Legislature of Louisiana. New York Evening Post an the suspension of the Boston dry ouse of Heath, Anderson & Co. le valley of Salinas river, Califor —j under water, and great damage, to •ty but no loss of life, is reported. Jhe safe manufactory of Beard & St. Louis, was nearly destroyed by Friday night, the 22d. —Andrew Johnson's highest vote Fri r, in the Tennessee Legislature for .litei States Senator was 34. —The Democrats of the Massachusetts Legislature have nominated Judge J. Ab bot for United States Senator. —The estimated expenditures for the government of the District of Columbia for the year beginning June 30th, next, are $3,120,180. —A snow-slide Wednesday on the mountains near Senora, Nevada, buried forty Chinamen, wood-cutters, of whom twenty-eight were killed. —The friends ...

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. — 26 January 1875

E ©IiD BAKU'S TENANTRY BY B. P. TAYLOR.' ., The rooster stalks on the manger's ledge, He has a tail like ascimetar's edge. A marshal's plume on his afghan neck, An admiral's stride on his quarter deck. He rules the roost and he walks the bay With dreadiul cold and Turkish way. Two broadside fires' with his rapid wings This sultan, proud ot a line of kings,— One uutteral laugh, four blasts of horn, Five'rusty syllables rouse the morn! The Saxon lambs in their woolen tabs Are playing school with the a, b, abs. A. i, o! All the cattle spell Till they make the blatant vowels tell. And a half-laugh whinny fills the stalls When down in the rack the clover lalls. A dove is waltzing round mate Two chevrons black on his wings of slate. And showing off with a wooing note The satin shine of his golden throat— It is Ovid's "Art of Love" re-told In a binding line of blue and gold! Ah, the buxom eirlsthat helped the boys, The noble Helens of humbler Troys— As they stripped the husks with rustling...

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