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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 June 1875

TBS GBANGHE A3YAN0E. TUESDAY, JUNE 29.1875. Grasshoppers at Henderson are reported on the wing to the north. Up to latest accounts the jury in Beecher-Tilton case still hung fire. One report says 8 for Beecher and 4 for Tilton. Beecher interviewed, thinks tfie jury stand for him and one for 7*ilton, while Tiltoji esti mates hk adherents in the jury at three and Beechers at 9. Time will tell, if it takes all summer. MORRIS, Stevens Co., Minn., June 26th, 1875. Editor of The Grange Advance: I, being one of the party of Judge Deakin that took the train May 27th for Stevens eounty, do assert that the soil of the eounty is as good as that of Goodhue county, (that garden spot of America.) As to the soil not standing wet or drouth it is literally false. Din con versing with some of our most responsi ble citizens I find they have had it ex tremely dry for four years until the lat ter part of last month when it began raining and have had it more or less, wet since that time. I notice it drie...

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. — 29 June 1875

Bert Print*, 7 1-2, best Sheetings 1-2, best Ginghams at 12 1-2 ayd. Summer Cloaks, and new light Dress Goods closed ont at half price. Farm ers'attention is called to all the Bargains at Har ald Sonde's dosing ont Sale, 87 MainStreet. ESTRAY NOTICE.—Taken up on the farm of W. W. Sweney in the town of Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minn., by the undersigned, one dark red cow about seven years old, with rope around her horns, also one light red cow with white spot in forehead and white flank, about three years old. The owner is notified to pay damages and charges and take them away. June 24th, 1875, WM. ELWOOD. NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.—The undersigned have entered into Copart nership from Jan. 1st., 1875, as agents of Hall's Safe and Lock Co. BlGFORD & A S S O E, 46, Jackson St., St. Paul, Minn. $2,000.—FOR SALE.—A Saw Mill and eighty acres of land, situated on the Little Trimbelle, seven miles, by road, from Red Wing, in Pierce Co., Wisconsin. A good water power and mill in running o...

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. — 29 June 1875

Tike Starving Indians. Maj. Gen.' Pope, commander of the De partment of the Mi'ss&uri, Writes from Fort Leavenworth, Karistos, tinder date of May 12th. to Col. Dunn, Assistant Adju tant General at Chicago, transmitting the reports of the commanding officers at the Waehita and Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agencies. Gen. Pope says these" reports are to the same effect as that' of Lieut. Col. Hatch ol the Fourth'Cavalry, which was previously forwarded, and show as had if not a worse condition of things at those agencies than set forth hy Hatch regarding the agencies at Fort Sill. Gen., Pope's letter then continues: "Whilst I have received nothing offi cial on the subject, I see from dispatches in newspapers that the- Interior Depart ment, while not denying the facts, has been misled into attributing them to the failure of contractors to- get forward supplies fiSr the Indians on account of bad roads and bad weather. If the scarcity of food had been confined to the four or five months of ba...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 June 1875

Max Adlg? W N Weekly 4 b»l& »0d in order to induce his hair to grow again he is using a very excellent article ol "Hair Vigor" upon his scalp. A week or two ago he^was^mmoned as j,W- man upon a^cttse^in'fthe Circuit Cotu% and upon the day^phe' trial, ju^dbefor* the hour at whicnthe court'me t,"lie're membered that he had not applied the Vigor to his head that morning. He had only a few minutes to spare, but he flew up-stairs andrnto- the dark clospf|feheref he kept a pouringVvlome fluid upon.|0spoa^et|bftvf,^bedJ hlji head energetically. BffcsoWmtehap- the Col onel got hold of the wrong bottle, and the substance with which he inundated his scalp was not Vigqr»vjrat the black varnish with which Mrs. Bangs decorated her shoes: However! Bangs didn't per ceive the mistake, but dashed' down stairs, Jut-trn his hat, and walked-off to the cjturfc|Wni. ljt^wiS a very''cofd1 morning, jtod fcy the, tune ^tbe Colonel reaches ^is destination the varnish* «ai as stiff as a .glo^g. Hetelt^aii...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 June 1875

1 1 LIS* ifcrt«Vjw v.a COLpNEL BANGS', JHAT. Max Adier writes to ^the^'New ^¥ork Weekly tJolontilliiiu^sis^ery bald, and in order to induce his hair to grow again he is using a very excellent article ot "Hair Vigor" upon his scalp. A week or ffo ago he was§utamoned as a jury man upon a case iu the Circuit Court, and upon the a the trial, just before the hour at which' the court met, he re membered that he had not applied the Vigor to his head that morning. He had only a few minutes to spare, but he flew up-stairs and into the dark closet where he kept the bottle, and pouring* some fluid upon a sponge, he .rubbed his head energetically. Bjfesome mishap the Col onel got hold of the wrong bottle, and the substance with which he inundated his scalp was not Vigor, But the black varnish with which Mrs. Bangs decorated her shoes. However, Bangs didn't per ceive the mistake, but dashed down stairs, put on his hat, and walked off to the court room. I was a very cold morning, and' by the time...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 June 1875

CHALLENGE Open to all Comers, of 250,000.00 O A S Is offered on the following Specialties, to wit: $100,000.00 CHALLENGE That this is the only exhibition on «arth having Five Trained Elephants Performing together in rhe ring at the same time. The most Marvelous and Wonderful Feats ever Performed by Animals. At the word of command they go through the MAZES OF THE DANCE KEEP TIME TO MUSIC, WALTZ, HOP. TALK, STAND ON THEIR HEADS, PLAY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Startle the audience by their Wonder ful Sagacity, forming a Thrilling Tableau of a Pyramid of Elephants, as represented on pictorials, by Chieftain, Emperor Mandrie, Sultan and Victoria, the Five Edu catd Elephants. Another $50,000.00 Challenge Is offered that seven of the Largest, most Costly and Magnificently Constructed Triumphial Chariots ever seen in this country, will appear in the GrandOntsideProoession of Howes' Great London Circus, Grecian Hippodrome, Sang er/s English Menagerie, as they appear in the publio streets. Another...

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. — 6 July 1875

VOL. II. E WING LOCALS ONFIFTH PAGE. A writer in the N Y. Tribune claims that under certain circum stances a man may sow oats and reap barley. A PREMIER WHO IS OF SOME VAL- E I is said that England's ex- Premier, while on a recent visit to Notingham Park, felled a tree five feet in circumference, in just three quarters of an hour and while he proved his physical vigor, he also showed his good judgment by using an American ax. —W notice by an exchange that an Indiana Grange has gone to passing grasshopper resolutions. If "Granger" resolutions are as effect- ive in knocking grasshoppers end ways as some of our business men seem to think they have been in bursting railroads and business gen- erally, grasshoppers will soon be numbered like the locust scourge of Egypt, with the things of the past. CORRESPONDENCE. A Tri to California. SACRAMKNTO. The city of Sacramento is level and not much higher than the river. It has a substantial leveee all around it, of stch height and strength as to...

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. — 6 July 1875

MR. BEECHER'S FUTURE. Will Go On With His Work Leave tbe Issue With God. and [Extract from Beechei's Fiiday Night Talk.] I have gone through some things in the last five years of my life as it befalls no man to experience in an jual length of time. And then the experiences were pe culiar they were exquisitely adapted to annoy me. They fitted my tempera ment and disposition now, I am the leading brother and pastor by election and affection of this church, of this body of God's people. I have gone through a great trial, not ignorant of other trials before. I tell you—and I have a right" to say it, and 1 mourn at the publicity which is given to these meetings—I must have a chance to say to you, Christian brethren, you young men and maidens, that, looking to God as your pastor, I have a right to stand up and say that God has tried me for five long years, as he has not tried you, but, by the grace of God, I have been kept in peace. I have not been tried so that I have given up courage, a...

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. — 6 July 1875

AN OLDAAtLQ&'S,TURNS "You see, sir," said the old sailor, as he set his empty beer mug down upon the table, "in them ere packet-ship times the captains and mates of them ships thought no small-beer of themselves, and just believed they were the equals of any body on the face of the arth. They was all men as had riz from low beginnin's, havin" all of 'em sarved long afore the mast, and then up through the vanous grades of third-mate, second mate and so on to mate, and here they usually stuck for ten or fifteen years, and when they did git to be captain arter all this long service, Lord love you, sir, it took two sailors for to make breeches for "em, and a man might have left a pocket book on to the sidewalk afore "em with perfect impunity, they never wouldn't have seen it, their no«es were always in the air and they never looked down. I knowed one of 'em as used for to pay his barber $100 every time he were New a hard gale of wind on a ship's quarter deck, with an old sou'wester ...

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. — 6 July 1875

AN OLD SAILOR'S YARNS said the old sailor, as lite and sweet to the men, but I never knowd ar one that succeeded entirely in this. I he great idee were, both th cap tains and mates, to trv and make folks most delightfjllest ching in the world, a: that :ill you had for to do vere to take yourself out of a bandbox once in a while and sit and lot the wind blow you along. Dave weien't troubled with no knee joint on the starboard side, and when he raised up that leg it jist come nicely leval with a man's head and were a awful weapon. And that's why I think Dick vere wrong about the timber leg. But in re gards to the beer he were right, of course, for no man never ought for to leave his beer, and that's where these doctors make a great mistake, a stoppm' a man's grog, which he is accustomed to. and which is healthy for him. and go to giv in" him drugs and sich like, which he ain't used to do, and which almost al ways makes him sick. But what I wanted to tell you about were somethin' which...

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. — 6 July 1875

«w,,. ,fr .jfrrt^aml^jftft^ U-MflTtP*ff1^t-. V1 ft W flfy"1?1f -W~ f-yj *ii-2n*af•?& k(*,«*i**fflpf-w«i THE GRANGE ADVANCE. TUESDAY, JULY 6. 1875. PATRIOTIC. REV. S. A. WINSOR of the M. E. Church improved the occurrence of the National Anniversary on Sunday, to de light his congregation with an able pa triotic discourse. He took for his text, Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord."—Psalms, xxxm, 12. He said it is a coincident not un worthy of our notice, that while we are standing at the end of the first century of our national existence, that the great national day should come on Sunday. It furnishes the pulpit with a most fit occasion to present truths. May the religious observance of this day be but a type of what the church will make the celebration of '76 as it shall be held in all the enthusiasm of American patriotism. The words selected were appropriate as the words of the great head of the nation. They do not come from the pulpit but from the "throne. We hear not t...

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. — 6 July 1875

CLOSING OUT SALE.—Mrs. R. C. HaU, in order to make room for a new and different class of goods for the fall trade, will for the next 30 days sell her present stock at greatly reduced prices, consisting of Millinery, Ladies* Furnish ings, Trimmings and Fancy Goods Real hair switches at one-half the usual prices. At the old Esping stand, Main Street, opposite Pierce, Simmons & Co.'sBank. MRS. R. C. HALL. FARM FOR SALE.—200 acres. 80 acres of plow land, 40 acres of the very best of meadow, and the remain der timber land. A good barn and a good, story and a half house with a stone basement. An abundance of wa ter on the place and a fine spring near the house. The farm is located on Hay Creek in the town of Featherstone near the County Hotel. Terms easy: For further particulars inquire on the place of GOTTLIEB BUCKHOLZ. NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.—The undersigned have entered into Copart nership from Jan. 1st., 1875, as agents of Hall's Safe and Lock Co. BlGFORD ii A S S O E 46, Jackson...

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 July 1875

The Grange Advance. B. B. E E Editor. ST. PAUL fAND REDWING, MINN THE XFAVS. Crimes. A negro who committed a rape in Hancock county, 111., was taken from jail and hanged, on the 26th. A suit for libel has been instituted at Pitts burgh, Pa., by Maj. A. M. Brown, on the part of Wm. S. Evans against Wm. Kountz and the Mail Publishing Co., to recover dam ages for an alleged libellous editorial article published in the Alleghany MaiI on the 23d inst. The article was headed "Is it Equal Jus tice," and spoke of Mr. Evans and others as living here in luxurious style on money stolen from the Indians and the government. The plaintiff says the accusations are false and ma licious, and were published with intent to de tame and injure him: He therefore brings suit, claiming damages in the sum of $25,000. In ChicagoJune 29, John Condon, a laborer, residing at No. 17 South Halsted street, while at breakfast, drew a levolver and shot across the table at his wife, hitting her in the left breast, 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. — 6 July 1875

The Grange Advance. E E Editor. ST. PAUL |AND REDWING, MINN THE NEWS. Crimes. A negro who committed a rape in Hancock county, 111., was taken from jail and hanged, on the 26th. A fiuit fo* libel Ms Twm instituted a± us. Inu-gk, Pa, kj Ma.j. A. jri, Brown, on the part of Wm. S. Evans against Wm. Kountz and the Mail Publishing Co., to recover dam ages for an alleged libellous editorial article published in the Alleghany Mail on the 23d inst. The article was headed "Is it Equal Jus tice," and spoke of Mr. Evans and others as living here in luxurious style on money stolen from the Indians and the government. The plaintiff says the accusations are false and ma licious, and were published with intent to de tame and injure him He therefore brings suit, claiming damages in the sum of $25,000. In Chicago June 29, John Condon, a laborer, residing at No. 17 South Halsted street, while at breakfast, drew a levolver and shot across the table at his wife, hitting her in the left breast, and also ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 6 July 1875

MURDER AND SUICIDE. A Traffic Occurrence"' Bay. 'M In Ne York [From the N. Y. Tribune, June 25.] Early yesterday afternoon the passen* gers on a South ferry boat saw a small skiff containing a man and woman float ing on the water a short distance below the coarse of the steamer. The woman, who was young and of attractive features, was reclining in an easy attitude in the stern of the boat, and the man ^as sit ting opposite her, pulling easily at the, oars. H6 wast bard-headed,-iand both were laughing menily at some jest. Among the passengers of the ferry boat was Patrick Collins, the owner of about twenty small row-boats, which he lets to persons desiring their use, either for fish ing parties or for rowing. Collins re'eog nizecUthe skiff as one belonging to him, and Immediately upon arriving at theBrueck, landing he asked one of his ncen if thethe persons, who had taken it out were perfectly sober. The reply, was in the affirmative, and so no more notice was taken of thV little cra...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 6 July 1875

MURDER AND SUICIDE. A. Tragie Occurrence Bay. in Ne York. [From the N. Y. Tribune, June 25.] Early yesterday afternoon the passen gers on a South ferry boat saw a small skiff containing a man and woman float ing on the water a short distance below the course of the steamer. The woman, who was young and of attractive features, was reclining in an easy attitude in the stern of the boat, and the man was sit ting opposite her, pulling easily at the oars. He was bare-headed, and both were laughing menily at some jest. Among the passengers of the ferry boat was Patrick Collins, the owner of about twenty small row-boats, which he lets to persons desiring their use, either for fish ing parties or for rowing. Collins recog nized the skiff as one belonging to him, and immediately upon arriving at the landing he asked one of his a en if the persons who had taken it out were perfectly sober. The reply was in the affirmative, and so no more notice was taken of the little craft until the flood ti...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 6 July 1875

OIKIONS OF THE PRESS, HOWES' GREAT LOS.DON CIRCUS.— This consolidation combines several features which ordinarily are exhibited alone. The combination is one of the most attractive that has ever visited Chicago.—Evening Post and Mail. The Great Eques-Hippo-Zoolo Tri umphal Street Pageant, with its s«ven magnificent Golden Chariots represent ing all nations, the five educated Ele phants, Iroquois Indians, Zebras in har ness, and a mile long of animal dens, mounted Gladiators, Roman Chariots, &c, formed a sceuc of splendor never before equaled in the streets of Chicago. Howes' Great London Circus, and Sanger's English Menagerie of Trained Animals, made a grander display than promised by their announcements.— Chicago Tribune. Besides having the best Cireus-Hip podrome Company, they have the finest collection of rare wild beasts, including the five Educated Performing Elephants the five performing Rojal Bengal Tigers and the six performing African Hyenas. *'Howe's Great London," as ...

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 July 1875

T^-TO^ty,^.^' Ctt&aSMWfe, miS./«W.'«Bfcs*-«-**W*i**M8? VOL. II. CORRESPONDENCE. For the Orange Advance. The Old Man's Musings, BT MRS. A. BERTOLET. The queen o' the sea is my fairy boat Oti mem'ry's restless tide afloat Afloat, and madly, without control The waves of thought roll o'er my soul, floating and drifting on mem'ry's sea, My fairy boat, & bird as free Sails to the realms of by-gone years Itfe shores I see thro' a mist of tears. Thro' a mist of tears its shores I see, For sad a longing comes to me A longing that's akin to pain, To live in the beautiful past again. But, ah! how quick we reach the shore The gray haired man's a child once more A child once more and withjoyous tread I live again the days that are dead. The beautiful days of long ago! My heart is filled again with the glow Of youth, and fondly I dream bright dreams A mother's smile upon me beams, But my childhood's thoughts and dream sublime, Carry me on to manhood's prime, Thro' years of sunny skies, an...

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 July 1875

TBS GRANGE ADVANOE. TUESDAY, JULY 13. 1875. A new air boat modeled after the pattern of an Eagle and held in air by a balloon is said to be a success. —An English medical journal has nnmbered the hairs of the head and sets the nnmber in a lady's head down at from 160,000 to 200,000. In the same connection it is re lated that Madaine Nilson at a fair in New York, for the benefit of the cause, sold a single hair of her head to an admirer for $10, at which rate her locks would be worth $200,000. The Democratic .Republican Gonventoin. This Convention met at St. Paul, July 7th, and nominated a full State Ticket as follows: Governor—D. L. Buell, Houston Lieutenant Governor—E. VV. Du rant, of Washington Secretary of State—Adolphus Bierman, of Olm stead State Auditor, Michael Doran of Le Sueur State Treasurer—Al bert Scheffer of Ramsey Chief Jus tice—Lafayette Emmett of Rice Attorney General—Richard A. Jones of Olmsted Clerk of the Su preme Court—Archibald A. Mc Leod of St. Louis Railroad C...

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 July 1875

Remember Har aid Sun dj'ii oloBinc out Sale, 87 Main Stree^the cheapest atoreinRedWins. Prints 71-2 cents. F0RKS3AKES AND SNATHS AT COST FOR 30 DAYS. Now is the Time TO GET YOUR FARM TOOLS CHEAP AtC. H. SMITHS 40tf ON PLUMB STREET. $2,000.—FOR SALE—A Saw MiU and eighty acres of land, situated on the Little Trimbelle, seven miles, by road, from Red Wing, in Pierce Co., Wisconsin. A good water power and mill in running order will be sold on easy terms. For further particulars inquire at this office, or of the under* signed on the premises. GEO. HARPSTER. SODA FOUNTAIN.—J. S. Nelson has a fine new soda fountain in operation at the City Bakery, and is prepared to de light the palates of his customers with this most cooling and delectable of drinks and also to dish them up ice cream that cannot be surpassed. FARMERS! Something New to Tour Advantage. Cannon Falls Mill WITH FOUR RUN OF STONE ON MERCHANT WORK AND ONE RUN, ON MILL FEED. The proprietor proposes to store No. one wheat, and is ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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