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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 6 April 1875

Grasshoppers in Nicollet County. [From the St. Peter Tribune.] An omen of good news is the fact that the grasshoppers are already hatching out in this vicinity. Phillip Stelzer, Jr., gathered up on the oluff near town a number of young grasshoppers ranging in size from the smallest up to half an inch in length. Others have found young specimens in this vicinity. This seems to be a sure indication that the whole brood will hatch out soon, should wc have a few warm days, and if they do the chances are that none will live to do the crops in jury. The warm weather last fall evi dently forwarded the process of incuba tion, and in fact some hatched then, so that Ihere is every reason to hope for their being killed by frost or disap pearing before the crops are up. Some tf our farmers believe, and we think correctly, that even if grasshoppers should be plenty, our county is so exten sively under cultivation that they can feed the insects without suffering any material diminution from their...

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. — 6 April 1875

ALI/TtlC W YOUH*. VI SDASLSS KIVGSLV*. When all the world is yoang, lad, And all the trees are green And every goose a swan, lad, And every lass a queen They hey lor boot and horse! lad, And round the world away! Young blood must have its course, lad, And every dog his day. When all tbe world is old, lad, And all the trees are brown And all the sports are stale, lad, And all the wheels run down Creep home, andtake your place there, The spent and maimed among God grant you find one face there You loved when all was young. The minds ol men, in a perpetual strife, 1 Revolve from age to age, and find no rest While nature, in unfading youth and beauty, Obeys one everlasting law ot duty Upon her constant bosom, ever green, Beneath her sky of never-lading blue, Lived all the generations who have been And still hsr children find her fresh and new. And the same sun that, o'er some Grecian hill, Homer beheld, is shining on us still. —Schiller. A CUP OF WATER. Tommy Travers was a water carrier...

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. — 6 April 1875

WT $'*J«M5* -j23rM 4J- (Continued from 5th page.) Certificate No. 2038, dated March 1st, 1872, 6 per cent inter est per annum, principal amount payable July 1st, 1873, $2,500 00 Certificate No. 2039, dated March 1st, 1872, pei ceut. interest per annum, principal amount pi able July 1st, 1874, 4,000 00 CertihcataNo 2222, dated Sept 6th, 1872, 6 per ceut interest per an num, principal amount payable on demand, 1,000 00 In the Bank ot Pierce, Simmons & Co, Rod ing Certilicate No 1075, dated Mai ch, lt, 1872, 0 per cent interest per annum, piincip.il amount payable Jul) 1st, 187} $1,500 00 Certificate No 1076, dated ch 1st, 1872, per cent, interest per an num, principal amount payable July 1st. 1874 J/KM) 00 Certificate No 1291, dated Sept Cth, 1872, 6 per cent, interest per an num, principal amount pa)able on demand 1,000 00 Amount deposited Balance cash in Count) Tieisiiry Interest accrued on money deposi ted in the First National Bank lot redemption of Co Bonds ?1 120 00 Interest...

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. — 13 April 1875

I iff-K, at lamp was exploded at Meriden, Steel county, on Sunday evening this time, but you can have it in your own house by blowing down the chimney, provided you have loaded up your lamp with oil of proper explosive quality. —Wit the combined brains of Blakely, Wheelock and Fisher and with its enlarged size, the Pioneer Press ought to become the best pa per of the Northwest, and it doubt less will unless the fusion should prove, as is asserted in an editorial of that paper, the consolidation of the short-comings of the two into one conglomerate mass." he Pioneer-Press has, in one of its editorials, the following strik ing assertion he privilege of sinking fortunes in the newspaper business belongs of right to every fool who has the money to spend or the folly to spend it. Nobod will dispute Joseph-O-David-L-E Wheelock-Driscoll-Blakely-Fisher in that assertion. has been there a ought to know A now it is the Pioneer and Press that have consolidated, What Go hath joined together let...

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. — 13 April 1875

THE GBA1TGE ADVANOE. TUESDAY, A I 13, 1875. POETRY. or the Grange Advance Grasshoppers. BY WALTER ARCHIBALD. Thou curse of western emigration, A scourge, in fact, to all the nation, An we may say to all creation— A great an evil as inflation, Or slavei y, ere emancipation Bu one from which there's no salvation, Fo one whose helpless situation, With farming for his occupation, A little under cultivation, Who raises on his small plantation, Just food enough for winter ration. Indulging the anticipation. A in the self-congratulation, That he has overcome starvation, While he thus in contemplation, Lends wings to his imagination, And feels he's under obligation, To the great Author of creation, His neighbor comes with information, That this four-winged abomination Is eating up his vegetation And comes without invitation. And yet with full determination, To leave behind him devastation— A a complete annihilation: I O N A E Minn Times and Things at Trenton. BY A TRENTONITE. April 1st, 187...

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. — 13 April 1875

March 4 Tolv, backsmith work, 14 00* do Hawkineon, Anderson ACo, meal for Poor House, 3 00 do Williston Joes for insurance on lo PoorHonse, 6 00 do Simmons tt Strandnes, clothing for paupers at Poor House, 13 40 do Red Wing Mills, lumber for Poor Farm, 52 45 do E Baker, goods for Poor Farm, 12 75 do 27 McCue ft Record, meat for poor house, 3 2 50 do 31 Wilhston ft Joss, for insurance on Poor rann, 52 50 April 28 Bowman, feed foT Poor Farm, 8 59 June 15 Jones St Cole, goods for Poor House, 4 04 July 2Hawley ft Kellogg, goods for Poor House, 41 85 Oct 27 John Anderson, expenses paid for Poor Farm, 25 35 do DrFFHoyt,med attend at Poor House, 47 00 do Charles Betcher goods for Poor Farm, 1 25 do Johoson Bros, .roods for Poor Farm, 2 75 1875 Jan 20 John Anderson, paid for paupers at Poor House, i0 91 do Haw ley & Kellogg, goods for Poor House, 20 45 do A Richter, goods for Poor Farm, 10 35 Ole Olson Ole Oleson $1,068 88 P00B ACCOUNT 1874 M'ch 2 Mrs Falls, aid, do 3 Mrs Mercy Burrill,...

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. — 13 April 1875

'jftv^JMC {Continued from 5th page.) Certificate No 2038, dated March 1st, 1872, 6 per cent inter est per annum, principal amount payable July 1st, 1873, $2,500 00 Certificate No. 2030, dated March 1st, 1872, 6 pei cent. int rest per annum, principal amount payable July 1st, 1874, 4,000 iiO Certificate No 2222, dated Kept. Ct"», 1872, 6 per cent interest per an num, pnncip il am unt p.table on demand, 1,000 00 In the Bank of Pierce, Simmons & Co, Red A\ ing, Certificate No 1075, dated ch, 1st, 1872, 0 per tent \nterest per annum, principal unount payable Jul 1st, 187 $1,500 00 Certificate No 1076, dated March 1st, 1872,6 pel cent interest per an num, principal amount payable July 1st, 1871 3,000 00 Certificate No 1-91, dated Sept 6th, 1872, 6 per cent interest per an num, principal amount pa} able on demand i,ooo 00 Amount deposited Balance cash in County Trt i:urj Interest accrued on nioue) dt pu»i ted in the First National Bank lor redemption of Co Bonds $1,420 00 Interest acc...

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. — 20 April 1875

4 —The Pioneer-Press measured its first week last Sunday and while at first we looked upon the combin ation with a little suspicion, so long as there was to be a post office in the family, in glancing over the ed itorials of the past seven numbers we confess that the paper is one of which Minnesota should be proud. So far, the professed independence has not been merely assumed, it has been real. With the candid editori al with regard to th^ St. Paul post office in the Sunday edition before us, in which the editor rises to the dignity of saying that it (the paper) believes Mr. Knox," (H. M., and as fine a man as the State affords) "would make a better, more effic ient and more popular post master than the present incumbent, and with the ringing utterances of Mr. Blake h/s editorial on Carpet-Bag Gov ernment," in the Friday edition fresh in our mind, we can but feel that the Pioneer-Press has risen to the true dignity of independent journal ism and is able to say to office and positio...

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. — 20 April 1875

IT ^.r. A Lawyers Secret Marriage to a Hew York Helrera—A Divorced Woman married and Then Put Off on a False Charge of Adultery—A Separation That Does Not Bold In Mew York. Mrs. Susan A. Baker, an educated lady •f high social position, of about thirty years of age, died last summer in Charles ton, South Carolina, whither she had gone with 'he husband to whom she had Seen formally, but secretly married, and left in her will the following clause, rela tive to which Surrogate Hutchings ren dered a decision yesterday: I bequeath to my husband, John A. Baker, and direct my trustees to pay annually to him 11,600 during his life, or until he succeed to any portion of my estate as heir to the issue ofmy body. The testatrix died in childbirth, leaving no issue. The validity of the clause was contested on the ground of fraud and un due influence exercised over the decedent by the legatee. It was not contended that a marriage ceremony had not been duly performed by competent authority, but it ...

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. — 20 April 1875

$u ^MISCELLANY. ^violate BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL. BEFORE SCHOOL. "Quarter to nine, boysand girls, doyonhear ••One more buckwheat then—be quick, mother dear Where is my luncheon box ?"—"Under the gbelf, Just in the place you lelt it yourself!" "I can't say my table I" "Oh,findme my cap?" "One kiss for mamma, and sweet Sis in her lap." "Be good, dear!"—"I'll try."—"9 times 9's 811' "Take your mittens!"—**A11 right. Hurry up Bill lets run." With a slam o! the door they are off, girls and 1)078 And the mother draws breath in the lull of their noise. AFTfiR SCHOOL. "Don't wake up the baby Come gently, my dear!" "Oh, mother, I've torn my new drees, just look here! I'm sorry, I was only climbing the wall." "Oh, mother, my map was the nicest of all I" "And Nellie, in spelling, went up to the head!" "Oh, say, can I go out on the hill with my slecft" "Pre got such a toothache."—"The teacher's unfair!" "Is dinner most ready! I am just like a bear!" Be patient, worn mother, they are growing up ...

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. — 20 April 1875

THE GBAlTGrS ADVANGE. TUESDAY, APRIL,20, 1875. P. of H. WHY should not the Patrons take hold of the matter of county State Fairs and make them useful as well as orna mental A GOOD IDEA.—What Minnesota Orange will be the first to put the same to practical account The Patrons of Crawford county, Ark., have appointed a committee to cultivate one acre of clover and one ot orchard grass on upland, well soiled, and to report the result to the council at its meeting one year hence. GOOD ADVICE AND TRUE TO THE NOBLE PRINCIPLES or THE P. OF H.— In this grand combination of the pro ducing classes that is now existiLg all over the United States, there is one thing above all others that ohould at tract attention. The members of the Order owe it to themselves to show to the world that they are actuated by a desire to benefit the human race, and give a vigorous and perceptible impetus to the onward march ot progress. There should be, as we know there is, no narrow and contracted view of the power...

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. — 20 April 1875

i18 Jan Peb Registering Births and Deaths.^ Tyler Burnable, 5 75 16 Thos Wilkinson, Red Wing 69 25 16 Neto Nelson, sawing wood 5 05 16 Peter Hilden. Belvidere, 14 50 16 Peter Brbar. Hay Creek 12 50 18 Gustavns Westman, Cannon Full., 22 50 18 Geo Featherstone. Keatherston»«, 14 75 19BErikson,conveying insane poi son to Asylum 32 75 19 N O Werner, probate fees, case of insanity 14 95 19 N O Werner, probate fees, case of insanity 14 95 »0 Minneapolis Tribune, printing 65 00 20 A W Post, assessing in town of Wacbnta 1874 10 00 20CM Lawrenre, blank books and stationery 68 25 9u Jennison & Perkins, printing and advertising 25 75 20 Webster & Purdy. team hire 10 CO 20 Jones and Cole, stationery 24 92 20 Dr E S Park, coroners inquest 7 15 20 Chas Davis, printing 25 25 20 Chas McClnre, expressage paid 1 55 20 E Baker, extra serv as Co Com 36 00 20 A Finseth, do do 60 85 20 A Graver, do do 60 90 20 N O Werner, paid for blanks for Probate Office 2 15 20 Hawley & Kellogg, tf'ds lor ...

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. — 20 April 1875

Hfetfi .j?* M'rtfff The 'Grange^ Advanced40"^^*5*11"^^^ B. B. E E Editor. ST. PAUL AND REDWING, MINN THE \EWS. Crimea* Jesus College, at Buenos Ayres has been completely burned by a mob, and three of the priests have died. It is said that the mob was headed by a Spanish priest. AIL the clerks in the postofflce department at Washington, implicated in the recent mail con xact frauds have been dismissed. J. W. Sneeth, a San Franciscobanker, com mitted suicide by shooting, on Wednesday last, in New York eity. A convicted murderer, named Sharkey, who escaped from the Toombs prison in New York, has been captured in Cuba, and is ere this in bis cell again. John H. Warner, of Albany,1 Wis., has-been charged with procuring contracts*for carrying the mails for the purpose of sub-letting the same—thus carrying on a brokerage business. The matter is to be thoroughly investigated. Another half million Tweed's property has been attached. It is real estate in West chester county, N. Y. The wife of...

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. — 20 April 1875

Karly History «t the Bride of tbe BUna t»»»y« VhMe Son IMdrt Knaw His Father. [Prom the New Orleans Tiines.1 An interesting case has been on trial before the surrogate of New York, the parties to which have been associated with important events and characters in the history of this State. It is the ap plication of the grandfather of Sam Ward, Jr., who died in Paris in 1865, leaving all his property to his mother, and declar ing that he did not know hid father. And yet that father was the well-known Sam Ward, the king of the lobby at ^l ashing ton and the most famous dinner giver on this continent a gentleman renowned for his accomplishments, his universal knowl edge, his conviviality, wit, and his large circle of acquaintances and intimates in all the gay capitals of the new and the old world. It should, certainly, too, have been known to the son of such a man that his father, when he first expe rienced the pride of paternity, was a member of the then great commercial and banking fi...

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. — 20 April 1875

(Continued from 5th page.) Mrs Riddk, aid, few en Holmgren, boarding and taking care of poor, Friednchsfc llacli, goods for poor, do do do do do do do do do John Mansfield, goods for poor, Mrs M.un, nid, Char)e6 P.tuldon, keeping child of Jan. 25 do do 26 do do do do 27 do do 2b do do do do do do 2-t do do 2. do do 2b do 27 Tot» For Poor irm $728 48 Other bil's, 1019 64 Loaves lalance, Ontstanding bills, March 1st, 1875 For Poor Farm, $4go 80 Other bills and claims, 2,822 45 July 8 BoMd No 11 $500 00 Ccuton No S of Bond No 19, 30 00 Bond No 18, 100 00 5 00 lis 25 3 95 00 10 35 20 95 10 25 10 00 Peter Peterson, Bilhngsby, wood for poor, inedriLh & llacK, goods for pool, Mrs Nils Johnson and children, aid, Misses Campbell, aid. Mr-. George John&tm, aid, Mrs Br\ nhild Johnson, aid, lmi lp- Clnlberg, aid, (.i ltiud Kristensou.aid, Mis Annie lu^lee, aid, Fdward Mot aid, Mn, Margin t-t McDon.ild, aid. Mis Ingeborg Ingebrektson, aid, Mrs. \iinet.e Wdhlsen, aid, E Naium aid, Mr-iGio...

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. — 27 April 1875

I itijj.i|ii..g« I VOL. II. Little Things. BY MRS. E. AKERS. A zephyr is a little thing, Scarce a leaflet shaking One sunbeam little is, beside The full light on us breaking A little daisy by the way, Grows perchance unheeded, Yet the little simple flower, On the earth is needed. A raindrop is a little thing, Many make the showers Little moments flitting by, Make up all the hours. One little star at close of day Vainly seems to twinkle, 'Till at length the shining1 host All the blue arch sprinkle. A smile is but a little thing To the happy giver, Yet full oft it leaves a calm On life's boisterous river Gentle words are never lost, How e'er small their seeming, Sunny rays of love are they, O'er our pathway gleaming. Ah, it is the little things, Little joys and trials, Litt.e pleasures, little griefs, And little self-denials: Little hopes and little fears Fill our morn and even, Little beams of love and faith Light our way to Heaven. —We prophesy that the Minneso ta farmer who raises ...

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. — 27 April 1875

^W.-^',"' 'rt^sjjmWPlW'"1l^""lllUILL—1 A E E E S I E listen, my children, and you shall hear Ot the midnight ride ot Paul Revere, On the eighteenth ot April, in siventy-five Hardly a man is now alive Who remembers that famous day and year. He said to a friend, "If the British march By land or sea from the town to-night, Jiang a lantern aloft in the belfry arch Of tne North Church tower as a signal light One, if by land, and two, if by sea And I on the opposite shore will be, Ready to ride and spread the alarm Through every Middlesex village and farm, For the country lolk to be up and to arm." Then he said "Good night!" and with muffled oar Silently rowed to the Charlestown shore, Just as the moon rose over the bay? Where, swinging wide at her moorings, lay The Somerset, British man-of-war A phantom ship, with each mast and spar Across the moou like a prison bar, And the huge black hulk, that was magnified By its own reflection in the tide. Meanwhile, his friend, through alley and st...

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. — 27 April 1875

OBM UtanaieATeani Ajo [From the Springfield (Mass.) Republican.} Everybody knows how Paul Revere rode ouOrom OKarlestojrri on the night of April 18thrl775, to warn the Middle sex towns of the approaching enemy* He had left Boston on a ferry-boat about 10 o'clock, while the British troops were crossing to Cambridge, and, by the time they had fairly left that town, Revere, a little aftcV midnight, Was at_ Lexington, where he gave the alarm to Sam Adams and John Hancock, as well as to Captain John Parker and his minute-men. Revere was joined in Lexington by William Dawes who had ridden out from Roxbury, alarm ing the country in that direction, and by Dr. Samuel Prescott, of Concord. They rode on, half-way from Lexington to Con cord, where they were intercepted by British scouts, and only Prescott succeed ed in making his way through to Concord, where, before 2 o'clock in the morning of the 19th, he set the bell ringing in theby parish belfry, and called out the people, who rallied as t...

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. — 27 April 1875

W*W THE GBANGE ADVANCE. TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1875. A Solution of the Wheat and Credit Problem. In connection with the manner in which wheat is handled in this State, our attention has been called to the manner in which cotton is handled in the South, and it oc curred to us that it might be a good thing for all concerned to have wheat handled in the same way. Now in the first place we claim that it is for the interest of every good citizen, be he merchant, mechanic, agent, editor, lawyer, doctor, preach er or any other man, to have wheat bring the highest possible price to the farmers, for by whatever amount the price of our staple crop, wheat, is increased, by that amount is the wealth of the State advanced, and wealth is what gives employ ment to all. Those, therefore are very short sighted who are anxious to'see wheat crowded out of the hands of the farmers at the lowest prices in order to add to the pala tial fortunes of Eastern dealers. It is even better for the merchant to worry ...

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. — 27 April 1875

J'^gitt v% n* -«y»j»*jmjw!,u.vi EDUCATIONAL. fiDilfilD BY COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Superintendent's office at the Court House, Red Wing.—over Auditor's office. Office hours, Saturdays from 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 4 p. m. All communications for 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. W. E. Poe, asks:—Is any person who is inelligible to vote in any election in this State a suitable per son to hold the office of trustee in any school district? Would their proceedings be legal W have submitted the above to the Attorney General, and his opin ion is, that while such person can not hold the office of trustee, yet if elected, the acts and doings of such person while acting as such trustee if otherwise regular would be held as binding upon the district...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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