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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 5 August 1874

E GRANGE ADVANCE W E N E S A AUGUS 5, 1874. E E Editor E S O S S I I O N Ingle Subscribers 3 per year. Grange clube of ten or more, $1.50. Subscriptions oajable variably in advance. All mosey should be dent by Draft or Poet Office Order to THE Garnet* ADVANCE, Bed Wfeg, Minn. Please send in yonr subscriptions at once. Advertising Rates. ON ADVERTISING PASES. 1 eolnmn 1 year, $100, 1 month, $15. 78, 10. 48, 7. 85, 5. 1-16 eolnmn 81, 3. IN ADVEBTIZING COLtJMNB O PASES DEVOTED TO READING MATTXB. 1 eolnmn 1 year, $120, 1 month, $20. 84. 15. 60, 10. 42, 7. 1-16 eolnmn 35, 4. Special notices in editorial columns, 25 cents per line. Cash before insertion for all advertisements for a month or lets, and invariably in advance unless epeeial arrangements are made. THE GRANGE ADVANCE is furnished in clubs of ten for $1.50 per year, and will be furnished lor the nezt thirty days to single subscribers for three months, and to clubs of ten or mora for four months at 50 cents each on trial. We want...

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. — 5 August 1874

ijW» *$m STATE ITEMS. LOCUSTS eggs, deposited in Renville county this season are hatching at a lively rate. THE Plunkett troupe is .finishing up successful week at Mankato. A STEAM flouring .mill is. to be put up this season at Owatonna. HARVEST wages in Rice county range from $2.50 to S3 a day,.and.,hand* are plenty. GIRLS at JFairbault .complain of frequent insults from, graceless scamps of that city. AT Mantorvillemo harm was done by the storm of last Saturday evening, though some hail .fell. S. A. BUNTING, one of .the..promin ent business men of Dassell, died sud denly yesterday afternoon. THREE horses were stolen Thurs day night .from D. Sheperd,. a farm living near Dover, Olmsted county. A POOR man named Aal, living nine miles northwest of Marshall, had his horses stolen on -the night of, the. 20th. SWANTE ANDERSON, of Wastedo,Good- hue county, finished cutting fifty-five acres of a new and early variety of spring wheat on.theJMth inst. THE counterfeit fives on the Traders' Na...

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. — 5 August 1874

STATE ITEMS. LOCVSTS eggs, deposited in Renville county this season are hatching at a lively rate. THE Plunkett troupe is. finishing up a successful week at Mankato. A STEAM flouring .mill is.-to be put up this season at Owatonna. HARVEST wages in Rice county range from 82-50 to S3 a day, and hands are plenty. GIRLS at .Fairbault .complain of frequent insults from graceless scamps of that city. AT Mantor.ville.no harm was done by the storm of last Saturday evening, though some hail.fell. S. A. BUNTING, one of .the. promin ent business men of Dassell, died sud denly yesterday afternoon. THREE horses were stolen Thurs day night from D. Sheperd, a farm living near Dover, Olmsted county. A hOORanan named Aal, living nine miles northwest of Marshall, had his horses stolen on the night of. the 20th. SWANTE ANDERSON, of Wastedo,Good hue county, finished cutting fifty-five acres of a new and early variety of spring wheat on.the_24th inst. THE counterfeit fives on the. Traders' National, of ...

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. — 5 August 1874

STATE ITEMS. LOCUSTS eggs, deposited in Renville county this season are hatching at a lively rate. THE Plunkett troupe is .finishing..up ft successful week at Mankato. A STEAM flouring .mill is. 4o be put up this season At Owatonna. HARVEST wages in.Kice county range from $2-50 to $3 a day, and hand* are plenty. GIRLS at .Fairbault .complain of frequent insults from, graceless scamps of that city. AT Mantorvillemo harm was. done by the storm of last Saturday evening, though some hail.fell. S. A. BUNTING, one of .the..promin ent business men of Dassell,. died sud denly yesterday afternoon. THREE horses were stolen Thurs day night from D. Sheperd,.a farm living near Dover,-Olmsted county. A POOR anan named Aal, living nine miles northwest of Marshall, had his horses stolen on ..the night of. the. 20th. SWANTE ANDERSON, of Wastedo,Good hue county, finished cutting fifty-five acres of a new and early variety of spring wheat on.theJMth inst. THE counterfeit fives on the. Traders' Nationa...

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. — 5 August 1874

THE GEAUGE ABVAJTCE. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5, 1874. The Tribune is overdoing the matter altogether. General ruin" don't lie in his breeches, but there is a little private "ruin" lies therein for himself in the shape of Back Pay Steal. Nine judges out of ten are bald headed any why is it "—Boston Post. Because they haven't got any hair The Citizen. On the top of their heads The Citi- zen probably meant to say. One of the very best papers that reaches our table is the Indiana Granger. We appreciate a good paper whatever its cause may be, but we have a warmer and more earnest feeling for a good Grange paper. Success to Bro. Ethell and the Indiana Granger. We appreciate the act of the County Commissioners in making E GRANGE A A N CE the official paper of the county, the more because it was not sought by us and was wholly unex pected on our part. We promise the Board it will have no occasion to regret the act. In speaking of the nomination of Mark H. Dunnell by the Republicans of the First Di...

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. — 5 August 1874

1 Vtttlag of the Beard of County Com •ISSIOMM, floodhae Coanty. The Board met at 2 o'clock July 27th, 1874, as provided by law. Present E. L! B»kcr, A. J. Grover, J. C. Bennewitz, Swante Anderson, and A. K. Finseth. Petition of W. F. Hillman and others for alteration of boundaries of school districts Nos. 19 and 132, also of Peter Larson and others, for alterations of school districts Nos. 12 and 13, also of T. G. Pearson and others, for change in the boundaries of school districts Nos. 38 and 16, and of Lew is Larson, Martin Holland and others, for formation of new school district from a part of school district No. 13, were all tak en up for final action and granted, and the changes made and the new district estab lished as asked, and the new district from district No. 13 was numbered No. 137. The petition of Sobrina Schofield to be set off from school district No. 101 and to be attached to district No. 32, was present ed and referred for posting notices. The Committee on petition ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 5 August 1874

I|..llWJJ|j|.iii.j4i JL—.. Meeting of the Board of County COM MISSIOHCM, tioodhae Coanty. The Board met at 2 o'clock July 27th, 1874, as provided by law. Present E. L. Baker, A. J. Grover, J. C. Bennewitz, Swante Anderson, and A. K. Finseth. Petition of W. F. Hillman and others for alteration of boundaries of school districts Nos. 19 and 132, also of Peter Larson and others, for alterations of school districts Nos. 12 and 13, also of T. G. Pearson and others, for change in the boundaries of school districts Nos. 38 and 16, and of Lew is Larson, Martin Holland and others, for formation of new school district from a part of school district No. 13, were all tak en up for final action and granted, and the changes made and the new district estab lished as asked, and the new district from district No. 13 was numbered No. 137. The petition of Sobrina Schofield to be set off from school district No. 101 and to be attached to district No. 32, was present ed and referred for posting notices. ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 5 August 1874

—vi frit i'iTiif*fi HHwattaBttttyaa^Httte --iiriioMituatii. Miiiingi im COCHISE'S DUE. His Startling Revenge on an Inter preter. [From the St. Louis Dispatch.] The Apaches have had many a chief --none as desperately wicked as Cochise. When I saw him last he was fifty-two. Six feet tall, with delicate feet and hands, sharp angular features, a pierc ing dark eye, and a great Roman nose, wide about the nostrils and thin where it curved. If his soul passes after death into anything that has a face akin to is own, instead of the Indian there '1 be the bald eagle. He hated the ericans so bitterly that if one of 'ribc learned a word of the English •age, Cochise expelled him or forc to forget it. He succeeded Red 3, a great giant of a butcher, who Hi name from the fact that every .. killed an enemy he smeared his blolr a from wrists to the elboVLnd and terribly in kee it a character, too, was /ochis, it a on or furious org1 installation, been a feast in the the general revelry he nk. While ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 12 August 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, August 4.—The election for delegate to Congress from Utah in Salt Lake City yesterday was attended with a good deal of disorder. Delegate Cannon was the Mormon candidate and received nearly all the women's rotes. A great 'deal of improbable scandal against H. W. Beecher was published yesterday and this morning in the metropolitan journals, but the only authenticated fact of interest is thitthe committee of Plymouth Church announce their last session this evening and invite all who have anything to say about the -Beecher-Tilton affair to appear oefore them. The trouble between the Philadelphia, Wilmirgton & Baltimore railway and the general post office stands as follows: The company having demanded higher pay for carrying the mails, the Postmaster General refused to make any advance. Then,the president of the rail way notified the department that if it con tinued to send the mails over the road that would be taken as a concession of the Advance asked. T...

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. — 12 August 1874

THEGEAUGEADVAlSrCE. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1874. A little tour-page sheet, about nine by thirteen inches in size, called the Novelty Press, says that THE GRANGE ADVANCE is almost wholly devoted to the abuse of DunnchY' Whatever is this world a coming to when such striplings as this will lie so outrageously. Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher writes to a friend in New England that she and her husband are walking through tire, unharmed and unfearing." If this be true, they have a little the toughest hides of any creatures of ancient or modern times. If Fox's martyrs had only had that kind of covering they never would have perished iu flames. The Chicago Post copies an article from THE GRANGE ADVANCE without giving us any credit. Thereupon the Red Wing Aryan, in its last issue, cop ies from the Post, and gives it credit for the same. What is fame and why struggle for it if it slips from our ifrasp so easily as this'( Is there no way to anchor the thing down where it .be longs? And now it is said t...

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. — 12 August 1874

l^Tisconsiiiifipy^m^rt MISCELLANY AND NEWS. E. B. Carter. DARIEN, Walworth Co., Wis., August 8th, 1874. We understand that the premium list for the Walworth County Agricultural Fair is soon to be issued from the Inde pendent office in pamphlet form. The Lake Geneva Seminary will com mence its fall term on the 16th of next month. Notice is given that there will be a Picnic Mass Meeting of Grangers with others who may choose to attend, at the head of Geneva Lake, Russell's Park, on Wednesday, August 19th. Hon. David Williams, of Darien, to preside, and Geo. W. Wylie, of La Fayette, will be marshal. It is expected that a distin guished speaker from Illinois will be present to address them. The meeting is not exclusive, but all who are in sym pathy with the Grange movement, and interested in the promotion of the inter ests of the laboring classes, are cordially invited. This week completes the harvesting and stacking in this vicinity. It is probably the shortest and earliest for many ye...

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. — 12 August 1874

THE GRANGE ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1874. B. B. HERBERT, Editor. TJERMS O S S I I O N ingle Scbtcrlbera fS per year. Gnncre clubs of ten ox more, fl.fO. fiabtcriptions oajable Tarlably is advance AH money *bonld be sent by Draft or Poet Office Order to TH« GRAHQB ALV&NOS, Red Wicg, Mien. PJeace tend in yonr snberriptions at once. Adverlisiu Rate* OH ADVIBT18ISG PAGES. 1 column 1 year, 100. 1 montb, $15. W. 1«. J4 48, 7. 35, 5. 1-16 column SI, 8 Arv»K»iz:sG COITJMNB or PA GIB DEVOTED TO HEADING MATTER. 1 column 1 year, $120, 1 month, $80. 84. 15 14 *0, i4 10. 42, 7. 1-16 column 26, 4. Special notices in editorial columns, 25 ceate per line. Cash before ineertioo for all advertisements for a month or lets, and invariably in aavaLce unless speeial arrangements are made. THE GRASGE ADVANCE is farniebed io clube «f tea for $1.50 per year, and will be furnished for the next thirty days to single subscribers for three months, and to clnbe of ten or mora for four months at 51 cents eac...

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. — 12 August 1874

rrTTii~iw .-jjjj The Railway C*n«Merwt Am Regards MiaMMta. (St. Paul Letter (July 30) N. Y. Tribune,] A FAVORED STATE. My impression, derived from conver sations with erentemen operating some ot tne leading railroads ol tne State, mat tne commissioners nave E: casca aimed te reduce rateE, tut that the reduction has been so slight that iraue tne relief aflorded the individual farmer will be so small as not to be lelt, its aggregate ettect on the receipt.*:: the companies will be considerable. The passenger rates are fixed at 4, 4 l-2,*r.i cents a mile. On a few of the roads •this is a reduction of one-half cent mile. The people of Minnesota are suffering less from railroad exactions than these of any other grain-producing State. 'lhis is the conclusion 1 arrived at dur ing mv VJSH oerel ast vear. and my ic cent observations have confirmed the impressions I then received. Wfeett, flour ana. umber, are tne chief articles which Minnesota exports. The value of the first twei su much grea...

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. — 12 August 1874

for the Grange Advance. Sewing W1W Oat*. BY NANCY EAMBS BOLLARD. He's only sowing bis wild oats." flowing bis wild oats, sowing in glee, Heeding not, caring not where be may be Turning all counsel to jest and to mirth, As if for a frolic be liVed on the earth. Sowing his wild oats, doth be not know That the maxim holds true where'er he may go Who sowetb the wind, be be young, be be old, The whirlwind shall reap, as the yean shall unfold. Sowing his wild oats, sowing them deep, Tho' a father may warn and a mother may weep. Planting sighs to reap sighs, planting tears to reap tears for in all kinds of planting like product appears. Sowing his wild oats, hath he no fear Of the harvest he'll reap in the swift-coming year A harvest whose sheaves shall be heavy with pain, When tears and regrets for the past shall be vain. CKHVBR VALLEY, Hendricks County, Indiana. Backbone. From the Anti-Monopolist. When you see a fellow mortal Without fixed or fearless views, dancing on the skirts of othe...

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. — 12 August 1874

fce* ^fiag *D& Tloaity. weekMr" York W it own last 1 8 a 1 1 «on« to New —Mr. Charles Purdy went East on Satur day last. —Miss Emma Goodier took the morning train for the East on Monday. —Harvesting is now over on the Feather stone prairie. —Mr. Isaac Alley and wife were in the city on Monday last. —Wonder what went to Lake City for on Sunday night. —A certain man in this town is in debt for board at four different establishments. —Mrs. Wm. Purdy and Miss Patterson left on the 11 o'clock train Monday, for New York. —Miss Nellie Sheldon went East last Wednesday evening with Ambreg's excur sion. —Some three-card monte birds relieved a fellow, on the up train on Monday after noon last of ten dollars, between Wacoota and Red Wing. The old, old story, crime and ignorance. —A large party of Germans from Still water came down to this city last Sunday on the Osceola. They had a brass and a string band on board. They danced all the way down, danced at the landing, and danced all the way ...

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. — 12 August 1874

?.. CWUCATIWIS. BT CHABLSS B. HCED. There stood in a garden an apple tree, White with blossoms as white could be. There flew in the garden a gulden bee, "With a dear little blossom in love fell he. Both lost their hearts, for the little blossom Felt a stir in the depths 0/ her pink and white bosom. With a kiss flew the bee. At bis very next call The blossom had grown to an apple small. He grieved, and the peace of the apple was gone But it could not be helped. The world would go on. !lose under the tree, in his clay built house, Dwelt a little soft-hearted moose. In secret he sighed "Oh! apple so fine, My hole were Heaven if thou wert mine Again flew the bee, with a kiss and a vow, Returning, the apple hung ripe from the bough. Both sorrowed. Their summer of life was gone, But it could not be helped. The world would go on. Close under the eaves, like a basket, hung A nest, and in it a sparrow sung. And sighed as he sung: "Oh! fruit so fine, My nest were Heaven if thou wert mine!" Bu...

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. — 19 August 1874

rr"3r"»—«-*-—.J NEWS OF THE WEEK. TOBSDAY, Aug. 11.—Frank D. Moulton was before the Plymouth Church commit tee yesterday afternoon and made his statement concerning the Beecher-Tilton affair in half an hour while his cross-ex amination occupied only another half hour, but it was agreed that neither should be made public until 11 A. U. to-day. The Chicago Tribune of yesterday morning publishes conversations with Moulton and Tilton, which indicate that Moulton's statement will go farther to confirm Til ton's charges than even the documents from which Tilton quoted. One most no tieeable feature of Moulton's story is that Beecher and Mrs. Tilton have all along kept up a secret correspondence and have had private meetings. The correspon dence 'ncludes a number of love-letters from Beecher to Mr*. Tilton, which were found in her oopy of Beecher's "Life of Christ ".... A fire broke out yesterday morning at Montreal, in Henderson's saw-mill on ^the canal bank, which destroyed about $250, 00...

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. — 19 August 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, Aug. 11.—Frank D. Moulton waa before the Plymouth Church commit tee ye*terday afternoon and made his statement concerning the Beecher-Tilton affair in half an hour while his cross-ex amination occupied only another half hour, but it was agreed that neither should be made public until 11 A. M. to-day. The Chicago Tribune of yesterday morning publishes conversations with Moulton and Tilton, which indicate that Moulton's sta.tement will go farther to confirm Til ton's charges than even th* document* from which Tilton quoted. One most no ticeable feature of Moulton'a story is that Beecher and Mrs. Tilton have all along kept up a secret correspondence and have had private meetings. The correspon dence 'ncludes a number of love-letters from Beecher to Mrs. Tilton, which were found in her copy of Beecher's "Life of Christ" A fire broke out yesterday morning at Montreal, in Henderson's saw-mill on ^the canal bank, which destroyed about $250, 000 worth of property....

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. — 19 August 1874

^.*t*r_jvl,.tww-m* iWjj^yi.iiii. WisconsinBepotment MISCELLAKT AKD NKWfi. By E. B. Carter. Janesville people are scattering off to tho various pleasure resorts, and the Gazette has heard only of one person who is too busy to go to Geneva Lake. An up country woman recently gave birth to four children when her hus band protested she whimpered out, "Shadrack, you know how these reaper accidents are reducing the population of Wisconsin." We see that threshed grain of this year's crop is making its appearance in the market at Darien, Walworth County the yield varies from five to nine bushels per acre. There will be a farmers' home festi val for the farmers of Grant and adjoin ing counties, held at Bloomintiton, Friday, August 28th, under the auspices of the Grange of West Grant farmers and citizens from all parts are cordially invited to attend. Gentlemen who have been searching in the northern portion of Marathon county for minerals reports that iron ore exists in abundance, in some sec...

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. — 19 August 1874

SetnUTfflg and TTwfafty —Bird hunting bee already began. —F. L. Thompson of 8t. Paul was in town Monday. —Plenty of garden eau in the mar ket now. —8. J. Willard is Mayor of Red Wing pro tern. —The brick layers hare commenced work on the new botel. —California Plums are offered for sale at the fruit stores. —Dr. D. A. Shiley goes east on a visit some day next week. —The circulation of the ORANGE AD VANCE is radidly increasing. —Mrs. B. W. Bixby is expected home the latter part of this week. —Mr. Welch partially severed his nand on an edge saw last week. —Stationery and like articles are now kept for sale at the Poet Office. —The brick work onCogel & Betchers' block will be completed this week. —The teacher's examinations takes place in this city on Saturday the 29th. —That race between the St. Paul Club and the Red Wing Boat Club is off." —The Red Wing Boat Club will row tbe Stillwater Club sometime this season. —Prof. 0. Whitman, who has been to Maine visiting, has arrived home...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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