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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 27 April 1875

Lr The Grange Advance. B. M* E I I E Eolter. ST. PAUL AND REDWING, MINN THE HEWS. Crimes* A gang of railroadthieveshave been captured at Logausport, Ind. They have been carrying their operations forseveral months. Among them was a merchant, who sold the goods. A large quantity of goods have been stolen there from the various railroads. Four soldiers were recently corralled by the Cheyenne Indians, in western Kansas., and a Jong fight followed, resulting in the killing of ten Indians and the escape of the soldiers in -the darkness. A general Indian war in Kansas and adjoin ing territories, seems to be imminent. The In dians, especially the Cheyennes, are on the warpath and aregiving the troops much troub le. Many settlers are leaving the fron'ier. The suit of Miss Alice Early against the Chi cage Times for libel has resulted in a verdict -gainst the publisher for $26,000. Miss Early is the daughter of ex-Lieutenant Governor jjarly, of Rockford, Illinois. The libel con sisted of a pub...

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. — 27 April 1875

4^ A' S IP Fir Leaves for Parisian Eves. [Arsene Houssaye's Causeiie in the Tribune.] It is not only for the train that a great deal of material is required—it is for the "retouching**' A dress docs not make itself the best cutter, even if she designs like Raphael, must allow herself, as the artists say. "space for repentance." She cuts boldly into the cloth, feeling that her genius has the right to sacrifice everything that does not succeed At the opening night of the opera the Marquise Anforti wore a miraculous dress, made of an ancient Venetian bro cade. It was worthy of the wife of a -dojie. As people were going into ecsta sies over it she said, "And think! I got it for nothing, only 50 francs a yard." In fact, at the prices at which dresses go, one might calculate that this only cost 1,200 francs, counting 25 yards for the dress. But the marquise added, "I wanted to give one like it to one of my friends, but Worth used the whole hun dred yards." And when we cried out. she said....

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. — 27 April 1875

BSD WING- AITS VICINITY. The City Council have ordered a truck for the Hook and Ladder Compa ny. The District Court opens next Tues day. There will be some important criminal cases on the docket. Remember that Mrs. Betsey Jane vrill try for the honors with Artemus in the spell at Music Hall to-night. Mrs. Charles will arrive to-morrow from the East, where she has been selecting a most complete stock of spring millinery goods. Mr. 0. C. Langseth is receiving a full line of gents furnishing goods, and the most celebrated make of manufactured shirts, direct from the Eastern facto ries. Messrs.Elwell & Hill have bought out S. V. Roath and succeed to the entire business of Sargent, Roath & Co. Hereafter the firm will be known as above. See card of C. Phillips, J. P. in an other column. We believe Mr. P. to be a man who will attend to all busi ness entrusted to his care, faitfuliy and honestly. The large and fine display of new millinery goods at Mrs. Charles' mode* store, is ahea...

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. — 4 May 1875

SB***,^ VOL. II. 'Cast Thy Bread Uponthe Waters." Cast thy bread upon the waters, Though very darksome be the stream And the tender little fragments Dashed in pieces soon may seem. For the stream of life is changeful Oft' times with shadows dark o'ercast, Lowering clouds and the fierce tempest While winter comes with stinging blast. Afflictions come and sorrows roll And swept away are worldly .gains Loved are lost, fair fame is wrecked, Then heart grows faint and courage wanes. Go "cast thy bread," what e'er thou hast Of kind charity, O cast a share Hound the pathway of sinning ones, 'Twill save some spirit from despair. A word in season aptly said May waken the wandering soul, To thoughts of God and yon bright Heaven To thoughts that earth is not our goal. M. R. K. TRENTON, March 26th, 1875. —Sweet William the oderiferous if not auriferous ist King of Lyn dale ka.i come Aome and the Minneapolis Tribune which Wm. used to own, has struck up its favorite tunes "Hail to the Chief," and...

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. — 4 May 1875

i.AlWrnriiul.. .i.iMt'.^lU. MISCELLANY. WATCHING FOB FATHER. There's a little face at the window, And two dimpled hands on the pane And somebody's eyes are fixed upon The gate at the end of the lane. The hills have caught the shadow Which heralds the coming night, And the lane, with its flowery fringe, grows dim To the watcher'sanxious sight. Where, half way down, Like a glittering crown, A fire-fly hand have clustered Bound an aster's leaf— A roval chief— A driven herd are mastered. Away behind, With busy mind. Bat a step that is light and free, And a sun burnt face On which the trace Of a hard day's work you see. Gomes theformerhome from toil, Driving the cows before him And the child-eyes, strained at the window there, Were the first in the house that saw him. Ah I would, when the day is done And I leave my cares behind me, 1 could have such a pair of winsome eyes Searching the night to find met THE HOLY LAMP. AM Interesting Journal of Travel. BT B. I.. BBED, OF ST. PAUL. Number ...

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. — 4 May 1875

I I A _*__( S a ]__*_• Hi •Mther,tk Glfl -«*_•' Rejected an a He JKjatfcer. and T_e Commit, saiclde. [Cam. N. Y., April 23d, Correspondence New York Herald.] Ey On Wednesday, toward evening, this lace was thrown into great excitement a man from New Hudson dashing into town on horseback after a doctor, and announcing that James Lafferty, a somewhat notorious character in this part of the county, had murdered his grandmother, an aged lady with whom he lived, shot the wife and daughter of a farmer named George Vannoy, and then killed himself. A doctor and a number of citizens, accompanied the messenger back to annoy's, who lives about live miles from Cuba, near the road leading to Rockville. Ariiving there, a sicken ing sight was presented. In the door yard, near the house,lay the dead body of a man about 20 years of age. His face was turned upward, and from a wound on the side of the head his brains were oozing out. This was the body of Laffer ty. By his side, and near his hand lay a ...

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. — 4 May 1875

"~^sp**yj«pi "gr^atr ^f-"%- »^y^^^v'^y»*^-f ai' H^^gj*' -"^-Mf» ^y-B^-*.^y TEE QEAN&E ADVANOE. TUESDAY, MAY 4. 1875. That Solution.—The Other Side. Some of our friends who keep ware houses claim that our theory is all right enough with regard to the handling of wheat, but say that it is just what they have been doing for several years past. We know of our own knowledge that large quantities of money have been loaned on wheat, permitting the farmer to hold and take advan tage Q{ the highest price that he could get in this market. 7Tiis has not only been a great accommoda tion to the farmer, but it has doubt less saved thousands of dollars to the County. We will go further, and say that we have known farm ers who have obtained money as ad vances on their wheat and when their wheat was ready for market have hauled it to a warehouse other than the one that had accommodat ed tnem with a loan, stored it and finally sold it, letting the man who had helped them in an emergency, whistle ...

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. — 4 May 1875

1DITKD BT COUNTY SUPERINTEN^ OF SCHOOLS. Superintendent office at the Jafc] Boose, Red Wing,—over Auditor's Office hours, Saturdays from 9 to 12, Blanks far Teachers' Contracts, Treasurer'8 Bonds, Notices of Annual Meetings and School Registers will furnished to District Clerks who ap the County Superintendent. REPORT of the Red Wing schools for the month ending 23d, 1865. Length of school in days, Numbar of pupils enrolled, Average daily attendance, Per cent, of attendance. & Number of tardiness of pupils, Per cent, of punctuality, 8 Number of half-days' attendance, Number of half-days' absence, Number of visitors, Number of tardiness of teachers, PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS of 1 ers have been held in four diit places in the County during trst two weeks. It may be wto chronicle some of the results. One hundred and ninetee^r sons have presented themsebbr examination. Twenty-one es and ninety-eight females, .vo have received certificates of £rst grade. Twenty-eight have reed second and f...

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. — 4 May 1875

*, The Grange Advance. B. W E Editor. ST. PAUL AND REDWING, MINN, THE MEWS, Crimes* A dangeroiw five dollar note on the first na tional bank of Paxon. 111., is in circulation in the Nortwestam States. John Heard was arrested at Council Bluffs, on the 27th, charged with the murder of John Dowlan, at Avoca, Wis. A Mrs. Bishop was knocked down and rob bed ot $' 0, on a street in New York, last week. The robber was captured after a hard cha e. A policeman in Kansas City was attacked by by negroes, last week, and so severely beaten that his lite is despaired of. Two colored children have been found dead, in a bayou near Memphis, and the lather, who is a colored preacher, and a brother preacher, are accused of their murder. Two colored women, a mother and daughter, were found dead in bed, in Detroit, their bod ies literally chopped to pieces. The husband and father, who is a barber, has been arrested on charge of the murder. John Heard, who was lately arrested on the charge of having murd...

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. — 4 May 1875

THt^tM THE feUNDA1TOI? OF JLMEBICAN PROSPERITY. These words were spoken by Bantam, the other day, in his inaugural address as Mayor of Bridgeport. There is noth ing new in the sentiment, but it is not every one who has the manliness and the plain common sense, in these degenerate days, to speak the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. The soil is not only the foundation of American prosperity, but it is the source and parent of all prosperity. All we are as mortals, all we possess, all the adornments of so ciety, all the works of art, all of the paintings, all of the grand domes point ing heavenward, all the wealth of per sons, of States, and of nations, are the products of the soil of the earth out of which man was created, and into the dark and gloomy and cavernous depths of which he is soa oon to return. It is true that the electricity of genius has animated marble with life and painted on the cold, earthly forms the very in spiration of heaven. But after all it is ...

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. — 4 May 1875

v"' i»^».w^-»^»JCTn,^ "TT—-T*^grr-r' BED WING AND VICINITY- The street sprinkler made its appear ance last week. Eli Fields, barber, has moved into rooms over Capt. Eames meat market. Judge Werner is laying a stone wall and making other improvements about his residence on Pine Street. An interesting communication from Kenyon came too late for insertion in this week's issue. It will appear next week. Mrs. Charles arrived on Wednesday of last week, from the East, with the most complete stock of spring millinery goods ever brought to Red Wing. Frank Carlson, lately of Vasa, is building a residence on Pine St., in In stitute addition, on a lot recently pur chased by him. Mr. John Schunk,living in Feather stone township, lost 26 cords of wood and a large amount of fencing by the prairie fire on Wednesday of last week. The ladies should bear in mind that Miss Rawson, of Chicago, is at the mil linery store of Mrs. Charles to look af ter their wants. No excuse for not having .hat best of al...

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. — 11 May 1875

The prospects for Cuban Indepen dence are said to be greatly im proving. Spain finds her hands full in looking after the Carlists. —A writer in the Industrial Age wants "more green backs and less break backs." We know whole communities that would heartily second that kind of an arragement. —St. Paul is putting on Southern airs over a genuine Civil Rights Case. It was the Sherman House that did it and a fellow citizen of African descent is determined to ascertain whether a respectable and well-behaved citizen with a sunburnt complexion has any rights which may not at least be respected in a third class tavern. —And it is the Philadelphia Rail road World that arises to explain that the great reduction of rates on account of the bitter fight between the transportation or railway com panies has but little effect on the gains of the companies involved. It is a pity that they had not found this out sooner, for they would have been none the poorer, while the West would have been much riche...

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. — 11 May 1875

THE HOLY_UND. Jka Interesting: Journal of Travel. BIT E. Ii. E E NUMBER FOUR. Friday morning most of us went to Karnak again to take a last look at the grandest ruin in the world. We were to have started at noon, but it was ascer tained that Prince Arthur, of England, would arrive that day from up the Nile where he had been in a dahabeat towed 1y a steamer. We accordingly stopped to see him, and decorated the boat with palm branches. He did not arrive until after dark, and although we had resolved upon some considerable demonstrations, •ery little was done. We saw a steamboat in the dark for our trouble. During all the three nights of our stay at Luxor there were grand goings on, in the Arab fashion, at the house of Mus tapha Aga, the English Consul. lie had received a decoration from the Sultan in consideration of his long service, and in vited everybody around to see it. His house was prettily decorated with palms and lights, and he had a body of dancers, which were quite curious ...

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. — 11 May 1875

..mmwmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmm An Interview Wltn Mural Halstead m^ont the Campaign of 1676. Marat Halstead, editor of the Cincin nati Commercial, attended the Schurz banquet in New York last week and was afterwards interviewed by a Sun report er. Thefirstpoint of interest was asnite follows. Reporter. Mr. Halstead, do you know or have you any reason to believe that Gen. Grant means to run for a third term? Mr. Halstead. Yes the evidence is too strong for anybody not to believe it who has giveu attention to the subject. It is certainly known that herefused distinctly before the New Hampshire election to say that he consented to a letter which was written by a Republican Congress* man from that State, for the use of the Republicans in it, asserting that he had no thought of running whatever. The Congressman wished to correct any im pression that there was in New Hamp shire to the effect that Grant desired a third term, and called on the President to obtain his approval of a letter which he (...

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. — 11 May 1875

THE GRANGE ADVANCE. TUESDAY, MAY 11. 1875. —The Pioneer-Press devotes half a column of its precious space to us, in its Friday edition in which it gives a very fair specimen of its Reasoning and logic since the arrival •of Bill King in camp. Stripped of its verbiage and placed in sylogistic form, this is the length, breadth and height of its tremenduous thunder ings: The GRANGE ADVANCE favors the handling of wheat after the Southern manner of dealing. he small planter was and is the slave of the country store-keeper the large planter was and is the slave of the city factor." (TTiat is the Pisneer say for it, men who have lived there say the P. P. lies.) Therefore "This peculiar agricultural journal tells the farmers in effect, that they need not sell their produce and pay their store debts, if the market price of their wheat, or whatever they have to sell does not suit them." We submit that this is worse rea soning than the old example of false logic, often quoted, which runs as fol...

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. — 11 May 1875

EDUCATIONAL. SOILED »y COUNTY SUPKRINTKNDENT OF SCHOOLS. s^efiritendent'S office at the Court House* Red Wing,—over Auditor's office. Offioe hoiff«V 9rfttfrhty« from 9 to 12 s. m. And 1 to 4 p. tf.« All communication^ for (his department most be accompanied by tb* trathor's real name to secure insertion/ Blanks for Teachers' Contracts. School Treasurer's Bonds, Notices of Annual School Meetings and School Registers will now be furnished to District Clerks who apply to the County Superintendent. Visit Your Schools. Teachers and pupils both feel the need of exertion, when they know that the public eye is upon them. Just now, we know, is a busy time ibut a half-day can be easily spared to attend the Grange or some other meeting twice a month. Cannot a half-day's leisure be found to run over and visit the school? If you cannot spare the time as often as once a month, go whenever you can, and carefully observe what is being •done in fhe schoolroom. It will thave a good influence upon all...

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. — 11 May 1875

».-j^^r, ^.,»i^nani,,wrfeiiT'i|tjll Crimes* iifTm ifflnri^TriSyrji^a The Grange Advance. B. B. E E Kditer. ST. PAUL AND REDWING, MINN. THEJJEWS. The crew of the schooner Jefferson Borden, bound trom New Orleans to London, mutinied while at sea, and thefirstand second mates and one sailor were killed and three others mortally wounded. The vessel was run into port by three men. An attempt was made on the 4th to rob the Peoplea' Savings Bank of Pittsburg, by a con fidence gang, but was unsuccessful. The Indians in Kansas are still unconquered. A large band is reported on the war path going north. The postoffice at Jefiersonville, Ind., .vas en tered on the 6th, and all the letters stolen. Several money orders were left upon the floor. The striking miners at Pottsville made an attempt to wreck a railroad train on a heavy ourve, on the 6th, and the telegraph office was burned to the ground. A hotel keeper named Chadwick, of Wil mington, Del., has been arrested on the charge of murdering ...

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. — 11 May 1875

E E A E DATEAM. The following poem by Prof. W.H. Venable, of Cincinnati, has received the most flattering commendation, the poet Longfellow himself speaking of it in terms of unqualified admira tion. Mr. Venable has expressed it in a feel ing that all teachers ot the young must at one time or another have felt. They are fortunate if, like him, they could see in vision the re sult of their labors: The weary teacher sat alone While twilight gathered on And not a sound was heard around— The boys and girls were gone. The weary teacher sat alone, Unnerved and pale was he Bowed 'neath a yoke of care, he spoke In sad soliliquy: "Another round, another round Of labor thrown away,— Another chain of toil and pain Dragged through a tedious day. "Of no avail is constant zeal, Love's sacrifice is loss, The hopes of morn, so golden, turn, Each evening, into dross. "I squander on a barren field My strengh, my lite, my all The seeds 1 sow will never grow, They perish where they tall." He sighed, an...

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. — 11 May 1875

sss mm AND VICINITY. It didn't rain, it poured, in this city, Friday morning. S. J» Hasler is to inspect the explo sive qualities of benzine in our city. Joseph and Albert Wilkinson are running the hardware business at Still water, Minn. Beheng & Scherf have moved into the corner store lately occupied by (Sim mons & Stradnes. It is a luxury to just sit and breathe the pure air furnished by the wonder ful alchemy of Heaven to dwellers in this land of pure waters and blue skies. The Opera House Festival cleared the neat iittle sum of $275 the gross re ceipts having been $316. This is cer tainly a pretty good showing for these times. You Will be attentively waited upon And will find as good -an assortment -of goods as were ever brought to this mar ket at the store cf -Simmons, Alien & •Co., on Main St. There was never "finer growing weath er than the preseafc. All nature seems to rejoice. After the thorough washing and cleansing ihat the face of nature .got last week, she o...

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. — 18 May 1875

VOL. II. I 1 1 —Bristow and Tilden would not sound bad for President and Vice President of these United States. —In speaking of the indictment found against Wm. S. King of Min neapolis, by the Grand Jury at Washington the Minneapolis Trib une has the following: The action of the jury is of such doubtful legality that it is possible that the indictment will not hold wa ter. If it does, and the case is or dered for trial, Col. King will be thus afforded an opportunity of clearing himself in advance of the meeting of Congress. Which is a very mild and pretty way of saying that Bill King's law yers will do their utmost to pick some technical flaw in the bill of in dictment, but if they fail to get their client off in that way, then the great and good man will stand his trial because he cannot help himself with out he commits suicide. Canada would not save him now, a requisi tion would reach him even there. Minnesota Ahead. A gentleman who is well known in this part of the Country, who h...

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