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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 8 December 1875

The Grange Advance H. H. YOUNG, EDITOR AV» PKOP'K. E W I N MINNESOT A PRESIDENT GRAKT'S MESSAGE. Delivere at (lie Firfet Session of he Forty-Fourt CougresN* Dec 7, 1875. To the Senate and House of Representatives In submitting my seventh annual message to Congress in this centennial year of our na tional existence as a tree ana. independent people, it affords me great pi a-ure to recur to the advancement that lias l«een made from the time ot the colonies one hundred years ago. We were then a people numbering only three ruilliot Now we number more than lorty millions. Then industries were confined al most exclusively to tillage of the soil. Now manufactures absorb muchol the labor of the country. Our liberties remain unimpaired. The bondsmen have been heed ivom slavery. We have me possessed of the respect "if not the friendship of all civilized nations Our progress lias been great all the arts, in science, agriculture, commerce, navigation and in general education the progress is lik...

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. — 8 December 1875

-Uu,D ,„,, ..marriages of American eitkensrjooutracted in foVeigVto&trMV* W Ttie,r correspondence submitted herewith shows a few bi the constantly occurring ques tions on these points presented to their aion by representatives ot the government. Tbeie are tew subjects to engage tlie atteiition of Congress in which moie delicate lelations are depending. I .*. STATE DEPABTMEST. In the month of July last'the building erected lor the Department ol State was taken possession- ot and occupied by tliat depai t ineut. I am happv to say that the archives and valuab property ot the government in custody of that department are now sateh de posited and propei iy cared ior. REVESTES. The report ot the Secretary of tlie Tieasurv shows the receipts from customs i«r tlie tiscal vear ending June 30th, 1874, to have been $l63,l03§e33.t9, and lor the fiscal year ending June 3Uth, 1875, to hav» been $157, 67.722.35, a decrease tor tue last fiscal year of §J,936, 111.34. The receipts from internal r...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 8 December 1875

THE QEANOE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, '75. H. YOUNG, Publisher A Editor. The Wrong Side. The spectacle of a rank inflationist in the chair of a republican Vice Pres ident is an ugly commentary on the party's claim to be the only hard money organization.—Exckange. The author of the above seems to laboring under a wrong impres sion. It is hardly true that the re publican party claims to be a hard money party. That is the preten sion of the democratic party, and it has professedly been a democratic doctrine for more than forty years. The old whig party was a bank-note party, and one of the strongest dis tinctive differences between that organization and the old democratic party was, that while the former ad vocated a national bank and paper currency, the latter, so far as its pro fessions were concerned, persisted in a strictly metallic currency. In practice, however, the democrats long ago pro\ ed the impracticability of their theory, and because of the insufficient supply of met...

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. — 8 December 1875

1 OOBBUPONBlIffCI. Contributions for this department are respectfully aelieitrd, and thoM who aid us in this manner will have our thanks. We hare only to ask writers to avoid personali ties and abase. Voices of the Grangers-Moral of Dancing-It Prevents Sui cide and Insanity. To all Granger*, Sovereigns and Toil ers in Minnesota: BROTHERS AND SISTBRS:—The Terp siohorean art is a recreation and an ac complishment of grace and gentility, for ladies and gentlemen, cheap and easy to indulge, and needful in faimers, me chanics and workingmen's homes, to re lieve the cheerless monotony and pre vent the nervous depression, discourage I ment, despondency, suicide and insanity sometimes resulting from dreary and drudging isolation. Such genteel and orderly exercise is altogether delightful, exhilarating and healthful. Nothing is more pleasant, inspiring and attractive in social gatherings, or tends more to unite and harmonize the hearts and hands of the people, and to develop the finer elemen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 8 December 1875

POETRY. THE SWALLOW. The following poem, sweet as a bir^isong, is from ihe Entrc Nous, the organ of the Ex position of Authors, and is by Mrs. Sells, the editor Behold the swallow! see, the bird of spring! He nyeth low udown the Greci «n ways Oh, dark-winged bird, what message dost thou bring Where hast thou tarried through the lone some days Did IM'S k**ep tfi«-e on the Coptic isle On the incloaures high thy work to win —Open thy door, old man, To sun and smile, And let the spring-time aud the .--wallow ill! Or did'st thou rest, oh bird, beside the stream That .ines, no man knows whence—the wondrous Nile— Did'st learn *he mystery of the lotus' dream Did'at strive the Neieid's secret to beguile 1 Did'&t watch the Phrygian maidens laving long Their tiwnv limbs, wLere odorous days begiu —Open tliy door, oh youth, to bieeze aud sonsr, And let the spring-time and the swallow in Did'st thou, oh wanderer, cross tbe desert lands, To brood tby nest where man may never go Or skm athwart ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 8 December 1875

t^at"^«^HtfC8B»H^^ HOUSEHOLD* HINtS. -ase or paint spots in clothes are removed by oil of turpentine or a, on pressed on the place over coarse -1 paper, aftej scraping all that can «ff wUh' a^ blunt knife. Stains be removed from light-colored s, such as drabs, buffs or whites, fuller's earth, but this is apt to the color out of dark cloths It 1 be dissolved in a little boiling wa ut on the spot when hot, held to re to dry and then brushed out. is removed, first by rubbing the over with grease or oil, and then out the oil with spirits of turpen- IBAGE FOR STOCK.—Cabbage are rich rogan, and for making milk or flesh iluable. In gathering a patch of ge for market, there will always be "?or less solt heads, which are un e, but will answer for stock feeding, here heads are cut off and sold in of being pulled up by the roots, the make good feed. It is very hard to induce farmers to change their ices, but we think thatil they would he experiment of raising an acre of cabbages for stock feed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 8 December 1875

BEE WING AND VICINITY HEATING STOVES at greatly reduced prices, at C. H. Smith's, Plum Street- 7tf IF you want to save money call at Eisenbrand's. 9vv4 DON'T forget the opening ball at the Batlo House to-morrow evening. ELWEL# & HILL will sell goods at and below cost for cash for the next thirty days. 8w2 WE expect to present our readers with the President's Annual Mebsage in full in this number. CHAMPION Fire Extinguisher Co. No. 1 give a masquerade ball at Opera Hall on the evening of the 23d inst. HEAD-Quarters for Men's ana Boy's Clothing at Eisenbrand's. 9w4 ON last Monday Mr. and Mrs. James Lawther and son started on a visit to Ireland, to be absent four or five months. NEW goods for the holidays, just re ceived at Mrs. R. C. Hall's, Main street, opposite Pierce, Simmons & Co.'s Bank. EISENBRAND has bought all his goods for cash and is bound to sell cheaper than the cheapest. 9w4 The river has been a source of annoy ance for several days past, and on that side, Red Win...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 December 1875

VOL. III. —I prosecuting Mr. Avery, one of the St. Louis whiskey corruption- ists, ex-Senator Henderson, of Mo., who had been employed by the gov- ernment to assist in ,the case, in- dulged in some remarks which are capable of being construed into an insinuation against President Grant, although such is not necessarily an inference to be drawn from them. For this reason the President order ed his dismissal as one of the coun- sel in the case forthwith. As the evidence in this case and those pre- viously tried implicated Gen. Bab- cock, the President's private secre- tary, so strongly that a St. Louis grand jury indicted him, and as oth- er high officers of President Grant's appointing are somewhat tainted in popular estimation, this removal of Mr. Henderson is, to say the least, an ill-advised act. It must interfere more or less with the conduct of the future cases that are waiting to be tried, with all the complications of which Mr. Henderson had made himself familiar, and, if all ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 December 1875

Semite Ctoinmittees. Privileges and Elections—Mcrton,chair man. Logan, Mitchell, Wadleigh, Cameron ef Wisconsin, McMillan, Salisbury, Mer riman and Cooper. Foreign Relations—Cameron of Penn sylvania, chairman Morton, Hamlin, Howe, Frelinghuysen, Conkling, McCree ry, Bogy and Eaton. Finance —Sherman, chairman Morrill, of Vermont, Ferry, Fielinghuysen, Lo gan, Boutweil, Jones, of Nevada, Bayard and Reman. Appro?'nations—Morrill, of Maine, chairman, Windom, West, Sargent, Alli son, Dorsey, Davis, Withers and Wal lace. Commerce—Conkling, ch tirman, Spen cer, Bout well, Cameron of Wis., Burn side, McMillan, Ransom, Dennis and Mc Donald. Manufactures—Robertson, chairman, Booth, Bruce, English and Wallace. Agriculture—Frelinghuysen, Chairman Robertson, Harvey, Davis and Jordan. Military Affairs—Logan, chairman Cameron of Pennsylvania, Spencer, Clay tan, Wadleigh, Burnside, Gordon, Ran dolph and Cockerell. Naval Affairs—Cragin, chairman, An thony, Morrill of Maine, Sargent, Con over. Norwoo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 December 1875

POETRY. THE FISHERMAN'S FUNERAL. Upon tlie breezy head-land the fisherman's grave they made, kVhere, over the daisies and the clover bells, the birchen branches swayed. Vbove us the lark was singing, the cloud less skies of June, md under tne cliJs the billows were chanting their ceaseless tune -"•or the creamy line was curving along the hollow shore, iVhere the dear old tides were flowing that he would ride no more. 'he dirge of the wave, the note of the bird and the priest's low tone were blent the breezn that blew Jrom the moorland, all laden with country scent Jut never a thought of the new-mown hay tossing on sunny plains, )rotlillies deep in tl wildwood, cr rosea gemming the lanes, ?Woke in the hearts of the stern, bronzed men I who gathered around the grave, 'Where lay the mate who had fought with them the battle of wind and wave. dow boldly he steered the cable across the Jo iming bar, When the sky was black to the eastward, and the breakers white on the Scar How his keen ey...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 December 1875

**".*. The Grange Advance H. II. YOUNG, BBITOR Afft Fatr a. REDWING. MINHESOTA THE NEWS KECORD. CRIMES AND CRI1VUNAL.S. Near Dixon, 111., a man named Wathill having bargained witU his sons that they should clear apiece of timber land, quarreled with them on the 6th, as to whether the agreement required removal of the stumps and rook and in a fit of rage pulled out his pocket knife and stabbed his oldest son to the heart. He was arrested and is held tor trial lor mur der. Frank Ulrech, a merchant in good standing at Pottsville Pa., has been arrested on suspicion of being conuected with (lie Molly Maguire murders ol Chas. O'Donnell, and McAllister and sister, at that place on the night of the 9th. It is said the murders grew out of a previous shooting affair, of which the O'Donnells were in possession of damaging evidence. Cincinnati solid men are shaken by the disappearance of Charles E. Cist, a middle aged, respectable and mu^h-trusted lawyer, wlio hjs pncketed some §80,000 of money...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 December 1875

—j I LETTERS FROM ABROAD. -Ceyl*n. *. ..• POINT DE GALLE, Aug. 1,1875. "Editor of St. Paul Dispatch: Quite a long delay has occurred since my last, and my letters may lose their interest. 1 then referred briefly to the religion of the Cingalese. They are not followers of Brahma, hut are Buddhists. Buddhism was a revolt against the tyran nical domination of the Brahmins and the caste system, which they pretended to have derived from Divine authority. For many centuries, so say their ancient historians, Brahininism was the one religion of India but, about 500 B. there arose a reformer called Booddha. Setting himself against the caste system, he proclaimed the equal ity of all men, of all grades, and even nationalities. This was a doctrine so congenial to the masses of the people, -'that it rapidly spread through province Rafter province of India, so much so that two hundred years after Booddha's death it had nearly'all the power of India in its hands and all the leiding thrones were o...

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. — 15 December 1875

n-?7S^r '^Z*g^r: %%S?^j^^^~& S ^^^gg^j^ggaja^.-^f^T^Mw^^i^^ -TT-unMj.mwi. BBS WINS AND VICINITY Christmas Presents. Now is the time to select jour Christ mas presents. If your leave it later, others will get ahead of you and you will have only cullings to choose from. As we intimated last week, we will now proceed to designate the best places at which to buy: LAWRENCE & CO.'S, On Bush street near Main, deservedly come first on our list, because they have the largest and most varied assortment of articles especially suitable for gifts. These comprise a countless \ariety of toys, beyond our ability to describe or enumerate, and we muse be content with advising such as want any peculiar kind to go there with a certain prospect of being accommodated. They will either find what they want or something else, very much better. Their assort ments of sleds, rocking horses, furniture 6ets, dolls, etc., are especially large. Besides the toys, they have all sorts of children's game, buil...

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. — 15 December 1875

VOL. III. —In prosecuting Mr. Avery, one of the St. Louis whiskey corruption- ists, ex-Senator Henderson, of Mo., who had been employed by the gov- ernment to assist in the case, in- dulged in some remarks which are capable of being construed into an insinuation against President Grant, although such is not necessarily an inference to be drawn from them. For this reason the President order- ed his dismissal as one of the coun- sel in the case forthwith. As the evidence in this case and those pre- viously tried implicated Gen. Bab- cock, the President's private secre tary, so strongly that a St. Louis grand jury indicted him, and as oth- er high officers of President Grant's appointing are somewhat tainted in pupular estimation, this removal of Mr. Henderson is, to say the least, an ill-advised act. It must interfere more or less with the conduct of the future cases that are waiting to be tried, with all the complications of which Mr. Henderson had made himself familiar, and, if all ...

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. — 15 December 1875

VOL. III. (t —In prosecuting Mr. Avery, one of the St. Louis whiskey corruption ists, ex-Senator Henderson, of Mo., who had been employed by the gov ernment to assist in the case, in dulged in some remarks which are capable of being construed into an insinuation against President Grant, although such is not necessarily an inference to be drawn from them. For this reason the President order ed his dismissal as one of the coun sel in the case forthwith. As the evidence in this case and those pre viously tried implicated Gen. Bab cock, the President's private secre tary, so strongly that a St. Louis grand jury indicted him, and as oth er high officers of President Grant's appointing are somewhat tainted in popular estimation, this removal of Mr. Henderson is, to say the least, an ill-advised act. It must interfere more or less with the conduct of the future cases that are waiting to be tried, with all the complications of which Mr. Henderson had made himself familiar, and, if all those...

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. — 15 December 1875

Senate Committees* Privileges and Elections—Morton,chair man. Logan, Mitchell, Wadleigh, Cameron of Wisconsin, McMillan, Salisbury, Mer riman and Cooper. Foreian Relations—-Cameron of Penn sylvania, chairman Morton, Hamlin, Howe, Frelinghuysen, Conkling, McCree ry, Bogy and Eaton. Finance—Sherman, chairman Morrill, of Vermont, Ferry, Fielinghuysen, Lo gan, Boutwell, Jones, of Nevada, Bayard and Kernan. Appropriations—Morrill, of Maine, chairman, Window, West, Sargent, Alli son, Dorsey, Davis, Withers and Wal lace. Commerce—Conkling, ch tirman, Spen cer, Boutwell, Cameron of Wis., Burn side, McMillan, Ransom, Dennis and Mc Donald. Manufacture.4—Robertson, chairman, Booth, Bruce, English and Wallace. Agriculture—Frelinghuysen, Chairman IJobertson, Harvey, Davis and Jordan. Military Affairs—Logan, chairman Cameron of Pennsylvania, Spencer, Clay tan, Wadleigh, Burnside, Gordon, Ran dolph and Cockerell. Naval Affairs—Cragin, chairman, An thony, Morrill of Maine, Sargent, Con over, Norwoo...

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. — 15 December 1875

POETRY. THE FISHERMAN'S FUNERAL. Upon the breezy head-land the fisherman's grave they made, Where, over the daisies and the clover bells, the birchen branches swayed. Above us the lark was singing, ui the cloud less side* of June, And under tne edits the biliuws were chanting their ceaseless tune For the creamy line was curving along the hollow shore, Where the dear old tides were flowing that he would ride no more. The dirge of the wave, the note oi the bird and the priest's low tone were blent In the brepzo that blew Irom the moorland, all laden with country scent But never a thought of the new-mown hay tossing on sunny plains, Or of lillies deep in the wildwood, er roses gemming the lanes, Woke in the hearts of the stern, bronzed m?n who gathered around the grav?, Where lay the mate who had fought with them the battle of wind and wave. How boldly he steered the cable across the to niiiig bar, When the sky was black to the eastward, and the breakers white on the Scar! Uow his keen...

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. — 15 December 1875

THE GTCANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16,'75. H. II. YOUNG, Publisher & Editor. ANTI-MOXOPOLY STATE COMMITTEE. —The following is the Anti-Monopo list State Committee for this State: Hon. E. Ayers, Chairman, Cottage Grove, Washington county. 0 Page, Pleasant Grove, Olmsted county. S Kneeland, Mantorville, Dodge co. A Simmons, Hastings, Dakota co. Wilson, Glenwood, Pope co. D- Farnham, Rockford, Wright co. Slocum, Koae Creek, Mower co. Hon A Latimer, Blue Earth city, Faribault co. Thomas, Young America, Car- ver co. S W Haydon, Montevideo, Chippe wa co. S Lee,«IIamilton, Fillmore co. Joseph Goar, Morristown, Rice co. William Blaisdell, Minneapolis, Hen nepin co. Hibbard, Duluth, St. Louis co. Hon Lewis Fater, Mankato, Blue Earth co. Hon. John Shcenbeck, St Peter, Nicollet co. N Small, Anoka, Anoka co. Branham, Litchfield, 3Iower co. M. Gruly, Maine Prairie, Stearns co. Geo S Millard, Kasota, LeSueur co. The Age's Censure. We regret that the Industrial Age doubts the sincerity o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 December 1875

COBBESPOUJBENCE. Contributions for this department are respectfully selieitrd, and those who aid us in this manner will have our thanks. We have only to ask writers to avoid i»er*onali ties and abuse. Times and Things at Trenton. TRENTON, WIS., Dec. 10th, 1875. Editor Grange Advance. We are still bleat with pleasant weath er, although the snow-king is interfer ing somewhat. The crossing on the river has become unsafe. Sleighing has been limited as yet. Some of our best dogs have been poi soned this week. James Barnes lost his valuable sporter. No positive clue has been found as to who did the deed. Golds and coughs are the order of the day. Deer hunters are on the war path. David Lyons is in a fair way to re cover from his fatal disease. Skating is about played out, and our merry sporters may take coasting a9 a pastime now. Our out-of-door sports are out of date and parlor games are taking their place. Our Grange meets to-morrow and many new features will be added to make it more in...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 December 1875

'he Grange Advance H. H. YOUNG, BDITO* AX» Fxor'a. LEDWING. MINNESOTA THE NEWS RECORD, CHIMES AND CRIitllJSAliS. Near Dixon, 111., a man named Wathill aving bargained witU liis sons that they honld clear apiece ol timber land, quarreled /ith them on the 6th, as to whether the greemeut required removal of the stumps and oots, and iu a fit of rage pulled out his pocket mile and stabbed his oldest sou to the heart. •le was arrested .ind is held for trial tor mur ler. Frank Ulrcch, a merchant in good itanding atPottsville Pa., has been arrested suspicion of bsing connected with the Molly Maguire murders ot Chas. O'Donnell, md McAllister and sister, at that place on the night ot the 9th. It is said the murders -jrew out of a previous shooting affair, ol which the O'Donnells were in possession of damaging evidence. 'Cincinnati solid men are shaken by the disappearance of Charles E. Cist, a middle aged, respectable and mu h-trusted lawyer, who hes pocketed some §80,000 of money en trusted ...

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