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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 2 March 1875

I vmmfmm *»?Y C. Andrews, John L. Merriam, Wm. H. C. Folsom, William McKusick, John B. Sanborn, E. R. E. Cornell, Gordon E. Cole, Samuel P. Child, George A. Camp, William R. Marshall, IE. F. Drake, jJohn T. Averill, E. P. Freeman, Gustav Leue, r5 yj*?/- A^-'p'J onatorial Election of 1875. Number of Ballots and Whe Taken—List of the Forty-Six Candi dates—Tito Totes The Received— he Hecord Blade in the Contest by Eac member of the Legislature. [From the St Paul Dispatch.] The Senatorial election of 1875 begins a ewerain Minnesota politics, with par ses reorganizing and the personal for unes of politicians who have participa nt in this contest largely depen lent upon he record they have made in the past ive weeks. Hence the DISPATCH presents jo-day condensed statem nts ofthebal otings for Senator, including the votes of ach member of the Legislature, and con siders that in so doing it contributes an hnportant chapter of the political history »f the State, which will be of interest to t...

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. — 2 March 1875

-I J. s. week. The poor are up for sale again to the owest bidder, and the use of the Poor Farm thrown in. Dr. C. N Hewitt, of this city, deliv ers a lecture, on the subject, Hygiene of Student life," at Northfield, to-mor row night. Mr. Young, who has been East, en gaged in his literary pursuits for the past two and a half years arrived home on Saturday. A Theatrical entertainment is to be indulged in by the Noras Harpe Society at Music Hall, on Friday evening of this week. Mr. Wichman has returned home and gives us an interesting account of Texas., which will be found on the first page of this paper. There will be a meeting of the Incor porators of the Patrons' Manufacturing Association at this office next Saturday at lo M., prompt. Three boxes of clothing have been collected in this city for the grasshopper sufferers, and will be sent this week, besides contributions in money. That man that puts waste paper in his letters, so as to make them weigh all that will pass for three cen...

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. — 9 March 1875

—There is to be a total eclipse of tiie sun April 6fck All who wish to witness this phenomenon should at once pack their duds for a trip to the Bay of Bengal, Burmah or Siani. it —The "Force BHT was forced to the wall because it'could not force its way through the Senate for lack of time. We tlhink the country wiU be able to survive the calamity. —Politics £ke peddling has be come a trade and the man that makes the largest purchases and talks the smoothest is the one that realizes the largest profits from his tin. —It has "been ascertained that it was not U. S. Grant that said4II had rather be right than to be Pres ident. It is pretty generally con ceded that he would rather be Pres ident for the third term. —A writer in the Worthington Advance advocates the burning off the prairie in the spring, after the grass has started. He claims that by this course the quality of the grass is greatly improved, the varie ty commonly known as "blue joint" taking the place of the coarser and less...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 9 March 1875

•~tT MT —There is to be a total eclipse of the sun April 6th, Vll who wish to witness this phenomenon should at once pack their dnds for a trip to the Bay of Bengal, Burmah 01 Siam. —The "Force Bill" was forced to the wall because it could not force Its way through the Senate for lack of time. We tihmk the country will he able to survive the calamity. —Politics Kke peddling has be come a trade and the man that makes the largest purchases and talks the smoothest is the one that realizes the largest profits from his tin —It has leen ascertained that it was not U. S. Grant that said "I had rather be right than to be Pres ident. It is pretty generally con ceded that he would rather be Pres ident for the third term. —A writer in the Worthington Advance^ advocates the burning off the prairie in the spring, after the grass has started. claims that by this course the quality of the grass I* greatly improved, the varie ty commonly known as "blue joint" taking the place of the coarser .and le...

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. — 9 March 1875

MISCELLANY. To stretch out straight, He'dwat j»fe»A»WM PRESS-HOOU B1JL!.. BY BBET HABTB. [Read at the annual dinner of the Boston Press Club at the Revere House, Nov. 5, 1874J Bill was the CUBS Slept all night on a pile of stock Hard as a rock. But what'd he care I He'd no friends That would make a muss Ix he slept in the streets. So he sends For a pot of beer, and a bite to eat In the press room, Where with jea' room Til the boy got round in the upper regions And by legions He fed the sheets, to the hungry maws, Anduon jaws Of the press. You can guess How he loved the machine and his work. He shirk? When he gave his word That settled it sure. Whatever it was You could be poz That he'd do as he said, if it took a leg. Not a peg Would he move, wnatever he saw or heard, To break a pioniise Was iarthest from his Thoughts of what was the duty of man, And where the law ol right began. One ght tue boss •(Member ot Congress now, they say,) Came down stairs, Putting on airs (His usual way) ...

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. — 9 March 1875

IV THE GRANGE ADVANOE. TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1875. —It ib now suggested that the Northern Lights (Aurora Boreallis,) are caused by pieces of mag netic substances* or matter such as nickle and iron mov ing around the sun, which become white or red with heat by tumbling •around and jostling against outer particles of the earth's air. That is not just the way the philosophers tell it, but it is about what they mean —"A noblo life. What a sci mon theie is in these three words. How nuuh there is to stiengthen Hie arm, nerve up good lesolutions, arouse drooping courage, send new life thrilling through the whole moi al, mental and pin Meal nature, in a "noble life with all its giacious, kindh sweet lewaids, with old age, at last, full of golden sunshine, blest with health, wisdom, wealth and tioops of fi lends. —It seems that Congiess in the case of Bill King plavcd the game of "How not-to-do it with the usu al satisfactory lesiilt and now Wil liam, King of l.\ndale has promised his Minneapoli...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 9 March 1875

EDUCATIONAL. BDITEd COUNTY 3CPEIUNTKNDENT OF SCHOOLS. Supdfiri&nctattt'a office at tho Court ii'oiiae, Kerf Witfg,—over Auditor's office. All commnnicatictatf f»r this department must be accompanied by the author's real name to secure insertion. Blanks far Teachers' Contracts. School Treasurer's Bonds, Notices of Annual School Meetings and .School Registers will now be furnished to District lerks who apply to the County Superintendent Report of the Public Schools of Red Wing for the Month of February. Number of pupiU enrolled during the month, 753 Average daily attendance. 662 Percent of average daily attendance on the whole number nro'lod, ^s Number of half days' Uteadince. 2a,16i Number oftardiness ot pupils, 154 Per eent. of punctuality W 4 Number «f visitors, Go Number of tardine^ of te ichers, 1 Number enrolled in Feb uary. 187J 7J3 1374 722 Increa*e Three cheeia foi Pine Inland. The people of that place ha\e of fered to entertain the teacneis who attend the Institute provi...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 9 March 1875

iKfe jS^ -VA Last Day in the Rouse.' TJMI House was called to order at 10 A. *., tip members being the sleepiest look ing lot of fellows we have seen for many a da/. As there was nothing to do hut await the enrolling of hills the House resolved upon fun. Mr. Gaskill was assigned to the chair. Gn motion ef Mr. Pettit the House pro ceeded to its regular order. CAPITOL REMOVAI- On motio? of Mr. Hines the capitol re moval bill was taken up and placed on its final passage. This was a purely local measure, he said, and should be passed with a view to iving Kandiyohi a benefit, and the adop tion of this measure would be a source of great relief. Mr. Flemming supported the bill in one of his characteristic speeches. Mr. Anderson thought this was a small thing to make a fuss about. Mr. McDermid insisted that the site was not elligible, as there are no stones to flop. The bill wds passed and its title agreed to, ayes 106, noes none. QUESTION OF PRIVILEGE. Mr. Delano rose to a question of priv...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 9 March 1875

»»a -v Fast Horses. As a matter of interest to horsemen as the trotting season approaches, we append a carefully prepared record of the hest time made bythe trotters in the United States, wholast year made a mile in 2:30 or better: Qoldsmith Maid.9.14 Observer 2.27 tonericjjr\Uirl..2.16,K 'toide&t 216* iUlu 2.16X amors 2.19 muggier 2.20 ambrino Gilt .2.20 ieety Golddust.2.20 opeful 2.21 istleBoy 2.21 ansasCbief....2 2l« Gould 2.21 4 lackbird 2.22 icilleGolddust.2 22* antress 2.22 a •ligation 2.22)4 mng Bruno 2.22 2 22* ..2.23 ..2.23 2.23 2.23* S Youn ed Hooper ow Go ... Pardy. Jamcb ... 103. Jellerson 2.23 lla (or Maud) 2.23 .ink Wood. .2.24 13. Daniels 2.24 tspur 2 24 mes Howell, jr.2.24 kshwlle Girl 2.24 Stewart Maloney 2.27 Tanner Boy ....2.27 Tom Wonder.. .2.27 Jubilee Lambert .2.27 a Carrie 3 27* Jackson 2.27 Ohio Bo. 2.27* .2.28 Captain 2.28 Chas. Hanson..2.28 Frank Perguson.2.28 KiKi 2.28 Logan 2.28 Be rehire Boy...2.28 Lew Ives 2.28 Mary A Whitney 2.28 a Belle 228* Catsk...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 9 March 1875

Fast As a matter of interest to horsemen as the trotting season approaches, we append a carefully prepared record of the best time made bythe trotters in the United States, wholast year made a mile in 2:30 or better: Goldsmith Maid.3.14 Observer 2.27 imerici\(iirl..2.l6x )eciden\t Gould 2.21 J* tackbird 2.22 icilleGolddust.2 22* untress 2.22 nsation 2.22 ung Bruno 2.22 S.Toung ..2.22* ed Hooper ....2.23 owGo 2.23 Pardy 2.23 James 2.23* IDS. Jeflerson.2.23 Ua(or Maud).2.23^' ank Wood.. .2.24 •o B. Daniels.2.24 )tspur 2.24 mes Howell, jr.2.24 ishville Girl..2.24 sette 2.24K mmonwealth. 2.24 orge 2.24 ry Howard.. .2.24^ isic 2.24 a ot Temple.... 2.24 Qdall 2 24# icago 2.24* mee 2.24* a Wright. .. .2.24* nmodore 2.25 »wntPrince. .2.25 eret Ray er lie Irwin.... ie lity Fair er Girl.... 3. Hill Stewart Maloney 2.27 Tanner Boy ....2.27 Tom Wonder.. .2.27 Jubilee Lambert .2.27 Cnrrie 2 27* Jackson 2.27 Ohio Boy 2.27* Ben Mor.ell 2.28 Captain 2.28 Chas. Han8on..2.28 Frank Ferguson .2.28 KiKi...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 9 March 1875

Grand Closing out Sale of Dry Goods, No tions and Gents' Fur nishing Goods at and below Cost, at Harald Sunde's, 87 Main St. Come quickly and get your bargains it wijl last till May, only. Such is Mr. Sunde's 2 yards wide and 3 yaTds long sign, hanging outside his store. His store was yesterday crowded with customers, but as his stock is the largest in Red Wing every body will be pleaded to get what they "want. Use your opportunity while you have the best chance and *ave your money. Lot* of good* are -.old at half price. WANTED TO RENT.—A farm with from sixty to a hundred acres un der cultivation, *eHt and implements to be furnished with place. Will pay the usal rent. Lea\e word at the W E ADVA.CE office. TEAM TOR S*LE.—A valuable span of heavy young farm horses, for sale on easy terms Apply to E. W. BROOKS, 3w22 Red Wing, Minn. LOST.—Saturday, February 13th, by Meyer Heinrich, a pocket-book con taining two wheat checks on the ware house of T. B. Sheldon & Co., one for 28 and 5-...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 March 1875

I 3. ^-fqrt^m he a Ol BY MRS. J. E. AKERS Talk not to me of stately halls And mansions bright and fair, For cherished memory often brings To mind a place more dear Yes, though they think that I forget As far away I roam, Pond memory loves to linger still Round the dear old home. Oh happy home of by-gone days, Twas hard to say farewell, And feel that 'neath your sheltering roof I never more might dwell Tho' strangers gather 'round your hearth "While I abroad must roam, Yet oh, my heart still fondly clings To the dear old home. There were ne'er to me such flowers As the roses at our door, None were ever half so lovely As those I see no more No trees or grass are half as dear, Wherever I have roamed, As the orchard and the meadow Of the dear old home. There are other trees more stately, But none to me so dear As the old oak standing in the lane Though its leaves have long been seer: Was it that beueath its gentle shade Our feet no more would come, I That it drooped and withered when we...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 March 1875

MVE—LEABW-LABOR—LOVE. Live in the light of the truth that hath fonnd thee, Live as tbe ocean lives, sparkling and broad Live lor the thousands who perish around Live for thy country, eternity, God Live in the Pist, with its eloquent history, Live in the Present—it soon will have lied Live for the Future, enshrouded in mysterv Live while you live, ere you sleep with the dead. Learn to look up when temptations assail thee, Learn to do right, whosoever may laugh Learn to distrust the delights that regale thee, Learn fioui Guilt's chalice, oh, never to quaff! Learn ti rebuke each unhallowed emotion, Learn to thyselt to be loyal and just Learn to make Duty the shrine of devotion, Learn not in man but thy Saviour to trust. Labor for all that is highest and purest, Labor for thatwhich is wisest and best Labor for Him who ol trienda is the sure&t, Labor till Death brings thy guerdon to rest Labor in earnest, thy works is around thee, Labor unweanedly on to the end Labor is worship, and ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 March 1875

I ^ggg MISCELLANY. UNSATISFIED. Restless and unsatisfied, •'Of what us* is life?" I cried. "All my wishes* are denied. All my duties trivial seem, I have energies, I deem What I could be, oft I dream. Yet I cannot see my way Prom this spot whereon I stay, So hope fadeth day by day." Then a voice was at my side:— ('Twas His voice, the Crucified)— "Let My conduct be thy guide. 'Law and Prophets' to fulfill, Was my lite devoted still, Por I came to do Uis will. "What that 'will' the Scripture baith: Thirty cars of Nazareth, Three years' public work—then death. Thirty years unknown I trod Galilee's sequestered sod, But my life was known to God. "Dady work at Joseph's call, Daily life with duties small, Yet was I the Lord of all. And these hands, the world that made, Cheerfully at lowliest trade Wrought, and Joseph's will obeyed. "When my public work began, As a poor wuyfaiing man Passed I up and down land. What my eartaly need to be Scorned by Scribe and Pharisee, And to die upon the tr...

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. — 16 March 1875

THE GRANGE ADVANOE. E S A 7 A I I 6 1875. The powerful influence of men of positive goodness over men of even loose morals is well illustrated in the following from an exchange: The beneficial result of the visit of the American Evangelists to Dub lin, and the respect in which these men are held, cannot be better il lustrated than by the following from the Rock: "During the pantomime »it one of the Dublin theaters, a lown entered and said. I feel rath ei Moody' The pantelon lejoined, Vnd I feel rather Sankeyxwonxow^ lTpon this taking the 'gallery' -howeied down a smart volley of hisses and. as if this was too nega tive a foim foi expressing respect foi the Amencan Evangelists, some one stiuck up, Hold the foit, for I am coming,' and the whole assem bly in the" higher story joined in the hoi Us light heaitih. Of course the whole proceedings weie lather no\el. and the curtain fell until the h\mn was conduced. What The New Senators Think of Party and King Caucus. \aturall) a great deal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 March 1875

EDUCATIONAL. EDITED BV COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Superintendent's office at the Court House, Red Wing,—over Auditor's office. AH commnnicatians for this department must be accompanied by the author's real name to seeure insertion. Blanks far Teachers' Contracts. School Treasurer's Bonds, Notices of Annual School Meetines and School Registers will now be furnished to District 'erks who apply to the County Superintendent he Winter session of the public schools in Re Wing, closed last week with the usual examinations. It is a real pleasure to isit these schools at any time, and how cheerfully and orderly the work goes on. But examination week is clothed with more than ordinan in terest. he public were espeacilly and cordialh invited to be present, but with few exceptions all forgot to go until the last half day. Happen ing to be one of the exceptions •we feel prepaied to say that the ex ercises were conducted in such a manner a« to be very interesting, and must result in real b...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 March 1875

(•. **_^^ I GRANGE ADVANCE. E E Editor. ST. PAUL AND BED WING. MINN. HEWS JF THE WEEK. TUBSDAT, March 8.—The widow of the late Gerrett Smith died on Saturday.... The Indi ana Legislature having failed to pass the gen eral appropriation bills, have been convened in extra session....Gordon and Whitcher, re turned Black Hillites, deny the statements that the Sioux City party left behind them was in a coffering condition, and say they have food to lastthemtill June....Senator Andrew John •on has been interviewed, and said in sab stance that he placed country above party, and that he wouldsupport such measures as in his judgment the best for the country. Speaking of his personal wrongs in the past, he re marked that he had been elected to represent Tennessee and not himself, and that as a Sena tor he had no enemies to punish orfriends to reward.... The severest snow storm of the sea con swept over a portion of the Eastern, Southernand Southwestern StatesonSaturday. At Memphis snow fell t...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 March 1875

MINNESOTA* TRAGEDIES. Tike Shooting: of Kosterman at Cam bridge, fry- a Constable. (From the Anoka Union, 9th.) On Tuesday last Constable Smith of Spencer Brook, went to Cambridge with a warrant issued by Esquire Brown, com manding htm to arrest William H. Kos terman and four others, then charged with a criminal offence. Mr. Smith showed his warrant to Kosterman, .who said he would go with him when he got the others. After arresting the others, Smith called on Kosterman at his store, who then refused to be arrest ed. Smith then put his hand on Koster man and told him he must come along with him. Kosterman immediately grap pled with the officer and a fierce struggle ensued, Smith calling on the bystanders to assist him in arresting Kosterman, but none came to his aid. "Smith finally got Kosterman down, and with one hand on his throat, drew his revolver with the other, and threatened to shoot him unless he yielded and came along with him. Koslerman affected to acquiesce, and was allow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 16 March 1875

The only dry goods merchant o- ing any business now-a-days is Har- ald Sundfc, 87 Main Street, who closes out his beautiful, new and complete stock of goods,notions and gents' furnishing goods at and be- low cost. It is fun to see such a crowd after such a dull spell. Everybody is invited, *and ought to get some of all the bargains Mr. Sunde dishes up for his customers. Beheng & Scherf can not be under sold, Choice Groceries cheap, at Seeback, Danielson & Co's. Mrs. Charles proposes to put in the largest Spring stock of Millinery goods ever brought to this market and to ful ly occupy the elegant store being fitted up for her use in the capacious new Ho tel building. Mr. Langseth, the furrier, lately oc cupying the store with Fisler, the Hub shoe man, has moved into the ok1 post office building, and added a full stock of the latest style and best quality of hats and caps and an assortment of gents' furnishing goods to his other busi ness. Mr. Langseth will also engage in the ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 23 March 1875

Meeting of the Goodhue Co. Council P. of H. March 19th, 1S75. The Council met in regular, quarter ly session at the school house in Burn side and was opened in due form by the Worthy Master presiding. The following named persons were appointed a committee on credentials: D. H. Towl, F. Tether, E. A. Sar gent. The minutes of the last meeting of the Council were read and approved. The committee on credentials reported the following delegates present and en titled to seats in the Council: Featherstone Grange No 52. B. G. Kinny, Thos. Featherstone, Wm. Fry berger, Master. Valley Grange No. 392. G. H. Bombach, A. A. Burchart, A. Grosse, Master. Med Wing Grange No. 353. Joshua Allyn, John Bronson, B- B. Herbert, Master Hay Creek Grange No. 126. Wm. Muller, P. G. Erber, Henry Buse, Mas ter. Vasa Grange No. 188. John A. Anderson, Master. Frank A. Carlson, Erick EricksoD. Bumside Grange No. 148. J. E. Simmons, Master. A. Coons, Q. Eunch. f,mer's Guild Grange 84. G. H. Kice, F. Tether, W. H. ...

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