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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 2 September 1874

HEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, August 25.—The New York Herald gives a synopsis of the forthcom ing report of the Plymouth Church inves tigating committee.according to which the committee find Mr. Beecher "not guilty" of the charges preferred against him, and accuse Tilton of perjury.... Spain, instead of carrying into effect the conditions of the Fish-Polo treaty, namely, inves tigate the conduct of those of her authori ses "ho have infringed on Spanish laws ar treaty obligations, and to punish those who have offended, has made a demand for indemnity in the affair of the Virginins, and other alleged wrongs suffered by Spain owing to fillibustering expeditions fittad out this country. To this demand our government has replied in firm but cour teous terms, asserting the untenableness of the position of the Spanish government and reminding it of remissness or in excusable delay in making reparation for wrongs suffered \j American citizens in person and property..... A ministerial orisia is...

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. — 2 September 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, August 25.—The New York Herald gives a synopsis of the forthcom ing report of the Plymouth Church inves tigating comniittee.according to which the committee find Mr. Beecher "not guilty" of the charges preferred against him, and accuse Tilton of perjury Spain, instead of carrying into effect the conditions of the Fish-Polo treaty, namely, inves tigate the conduct of those of her authori ses who have infringed on Spanish laws ar treaty obligations, and to punish those who have offended, has made a demand for indemnity in the affair of the Virginins, aud other alleged wrongs suffered by Spain owing to fillibustering expeditions fittad out this country. To this demand our government has replied in firm but cour teous terms, asserting the untenableness of the position of the Spanish government and reminding it of remissness or in excusable delay in making reparation for wrongs suffered !y American citizens in person and property A ministerial orisia is reporte...

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. — 2 September 1874

fc Wisconsin Department. MISCELLANY AND NEWS, E. B. Carter. DABIEN, WALWOKTH CO., WIS., August 26th, 1874. —What is wanted in Kansas is more telegraph poles, or stronger ones.- The average pole holds only about four horse thieves comfortably. —Plymouth Church has Beecher's life 'insured for $100,000. Hating the church us he does, it is not strange that Tilton didn't use the shot gun. —They have a game called kissing croquet at Oshkosh. A girl is allowed to move her ball six inches every time she kisses her fellow. From the. mar ket reports we see that trade in tape measures is active. —Some spoony says woman is an an gel, but we don't believe an angel would set at a second story window on Mason street and yell look out old stovepipe." before slinging peach stones at the silk hat of a passer-by. —Says the Olurk County Republican Senator Carpenter has volunteered to act as counsel for the State in the rail road cases, free of charge. That is of fering a good deal the ablest lawyer in ...

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. — 2 September 1874

"Orgsm." Since had an article on organs" that la gone the founds of the papers, and th# tfbrld consequently flatters itself on having done a big thing. Now much of the ground taken by the World with regard to Grange organs, or "organs" of any other kind is true. But it is a little curious to see papers that are under the control of party and rings, and that pride themselves on standing by their masters, and doing their dirty work, prating about every paper that is Started in the interest of the grandest movement for the social and intellectu- al elevation, and the financial advance ment of the largest class of people ever reached by any known organization, and striving to belittle the grand work which such papers are designed to ac complish. The fact is that not a church, party, or other organization of any great im- portance in this or any other country is without papers devoted to the particu. lar interests and to the advocating of the principles of such church, party or organizat...

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. — 2 September 1874

—.nftiMH am "7.~i ME GRANCft ADVAHUt WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,1874. II. HERBERT, Editor. TiRMS OF (SUBSCRIPTION. Ingle Subscribers (3 per year. Grsnce clubs of ten or mora, $3/0. SnbtcripuoDB oaj able 1 variably io advance. All money cbonld be dent by Draft or Poet Office Order to THE OB*he* AcVINOS. Red Wing, Minn. Pleace tend in yonr subscriptions at once. turn Game* ADVANCB la furnished clubs •f tea for $1.50 per year, and will be furbished for tbe next thirty days to single sub cribere for three months, and to clubs of ten or mors for foar months at SO cents each on trial. We want live thousand new subscribe:* io the next thirty days, and can have them if every one of •or friends will go to work In earnest. THE GRANGE ADVANCE TO BEin ENLARGED. Since this paper was started the growth of our subscription list has been most flattering, having grown in less than a year to what other papers have struggled eight or ten years to reach, yet we have all along felt cramped for room to make ...

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. — 2 September 1874

THE ALACK HILLS 6 0 1 0 LAW), Official Kepnt. BLACK HILLS EXPEDITION, NEAR BEAR BUTTE, Saturday, Aug. 15,1874. DEAR GENERAL From the heading of the note you will see that we are out of the Black Hills, near their northeast edge. Entering near camp dated 15 on Rey nolds' route, we wosked our way down to Inyan Kara, thence southeast to Harney's Peak, and from there pushed exploring parties down to the south fork of the Cheyenne river. From Harney's Peak we moved north above the headwaters of Bear Creek, when, not finding a good road out of the mountains north of Bear Butte, we took down to the head of Box Elder creek, followed it down until the waters sank into the channel, and then left it and pushed directly across the mountains in an easterly direction, and moved north to our present camp. Following this route on the map you will see that we have taken a train of over 100 heavily laden wagons through out every part of the Black Hills, save in a little portion near Crow Peak. The fa...

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. — 2 September 1874

THE GRANGE ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2, 1874. A correspondent in the Ledger gives the following manner of purifying a cistern, the water of which has become offensive: Make a Btrong linen bag, in which put one half bushel coarse charcoal. The cistern being thoroughly cleaned, place the bag therein, renewing it once a year and the water is always pure and odorless. The State Fair. We have from time to time called at tention to the State Fair that occurs on the 8th. 9th, 10th and 11th inst., at St. Paul, and have intended to write more at length with regard to the pre mium list, but each time we have found so much worthy of mention that we have hardly known where to commence or where to stop, and have contented ourselves with the idea that the premi um list had probably been well circula ted and would speak for itself, and have suffered the matter to pass in this man ner. We took occasion to notice, at the time the action was taken by the Executive Committee,, that the Fair was to be ...

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. — 2 September 1874

We have recently, during the period of harvesting and stacking, taken several shorts trips into the country. During these trips we have seen a great deal to please us. Harvest is evidently rapidly becoming with the newly im proved machinery a very different thing from what it was even six or eight years ago. The Harvester is working a revo lution. For three men to go into a field of wheat and ride in each others company on the same machine all day, leaving the grain bound and gathered ready for shocking, is a very different thing from having five or six to do the same work, and them scattered around the field at their different stations, running from one gavel to another, slipping on shoes worn on the stubble as smooth as glass, struggling along to keep out of the way of the approaching reaper, with hands not only worn nearly to the quick by the straw but torn and bleeding from the stubble, laboring from morning till noon, and from noon till night, with scarcely a chance of speaking...

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. — 2 September 1874

1 'I I- if. ..u.'!J-Wl'tflj'"""f'»".'il'n.Mfli ..-• 1 ••*/il *r. :. if lUCYEMT. Sweet, sweet, sweet, In the wind's song, Astir in the rippled wheat All daj long It hath the brook's wild gayety, The sorrowful cry of the sea. Oh, hush and hear! Sweet, sweet, and dear, Above the locust's whirr. And hum of bee. Rises that soft, pathetic harmony. In the merdow-graft? The innocent, white daisies blow The dandelion plume doth pass Vaguely to and fro— The unquiet spirit of a flower That hath too brief an hour. Now doth a little cloud, afl white Or golden bright, Drift down the warm-bine sky And now on the horizon line, Where dnsky woodlands lie, A sunny mist do'-h shine, Like to a veil before a holy shrine, Concealing, Half revealing Things divine. Sweet, sweet, sweet, Is the wind's son.?, Astir in the rippled wheat All day long. That exquisite musiccalls The reaper everywhere Life and death must share, The golden harvest tails. So doth all end— Honored Philosophy, Science and Art, The bloo...

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. — 2 September 1874

i-Jg&£&*3g?r7!*T>', 'J'. I Mk'.„&*^w!~u~uiSMjs UABY£»T. Sweet, sweet, sweet, Is the wind's song, Astir in the rippled wheat All day long It hath the brook's wild gayety, The sorrowful cry of the sea. 0!i, hush and hear Sweet, sweet, and dear, Above the locust's whirr. And hum of bt-e, Rises that soft, pathetic harmony. In the mefdow-gr i*.i The innocent, vriiito daisies blow The dandelion plume doth pass Vaguely to and fro— The unquiet spirit of a flower That hath too brief an hour. Now doth a little cloud, all white Or golden bright, Drift down the warm-blue sky And now on the horizon line, "Where dusky woodlands lie, A sunny mist do:.h shine, Like to a veil before a holy shrine, Concealing, Half revealing Things divine. Sweet, sweet, sweet, Is the wind's son ?, Af'tir in the rippled wheat All day long. That exquisite musuc-'calls The reaper everywhere Life and death must share, The golden harvest tails. So doth all end— Honored Philosophy, Science and Art, The bloom...

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. — 9 September 1874

v%.. AVON, Maine, Aug. 31,1874. To the Editor of the Grange Advance. I receive the ADVANCE weekly and find much that is news to me while I am stopping here. Perhaps you andport. the Patrons of Goodhue county would like to hear or read a few lines from the State of Maine. There are but few Granges organized in the State yet, but I think they will increase quite fast this next winter. The season is very cold and backward and farm ers are just cutting their oats, while .some pieces of barley are quite green yet. On my way from Winona to Milwau kee the wheat crop looked very light, aad the land poor in comparison with our county, while through Canada the land looked still poorer and crops very backward. The principal erop appear ed to be flax and peas. Here the young people are most all leaving for the West, which shows their good sense. D. H. TOWLE. Accompanying the above letter came a wide awake agricultural paper, the Dirigo Rural, printed at bangor, Maine, containing the following e...

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. — 9 September 1874

AVON, Maine, Aug. 31, 1874. To the Editor of the Grange Advance. I receive the ADVANCE weekly and find much that is news to me while I atu stopping here. Perhaps you and the' Patrons of Goodhue county would like to hear or read a few lines from the State of Maine. There are but few Granges organized in the State yet, but I think they will increase quite fast this next winter. The season i.-, very cold and backward and farm er -, are just cutting their oats, while .some pieces of barley are quite green yet. On my way from Winona to Milwau kee the wheat crop looked very light, and the land poor in comparison with our county, while through Canada the laud looked still poorer and crops very backward. The principal crop appear ed to bo llax and peas. Here the young people are most all leaving for the West, which shows their good sense. D. H. TOWLE. Accompanying the above letter came a wide awake agricultural paper, the Dingo Rural, printed at bangor, Maine, containing the following edito...

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. — 9 September 1874

THEGEAHGE^DVAITCE. WEDNESDAY SEPT. 9, 1874 The Olmsted County Union P. of H. are contemplating the building of a grist mill. The reasons of the movement are the inconvenience and loss arising from being compelled to exchange wheat for flour, instead of having their own wheat made into flour. The Farmers,' Mechanics' and Labo rers' Mass Convention, held at Feather stone on the third instant, determined to hold a delegate convention, consisting of three delegates from each town, at Featherstone town hall on the 24th of the present month, commencing at ton o'clock A. M., to place in nomination a full county and legislative ticket. Let every town in the county be represented. This means business. E editor of the Grange Advance received six votes for County Attorney in the Republican convention. It is hardly fair to nominate a man under such circustances, without any warning and when he is not present to defend himself.—St. Paid Press.- We have learned that the nomination was made by an ...

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. — 9 September 1874

•V1TST 4, -^"S£v.'f|-r-,."~~ »w •*----•-rV-rr-- mn*j V-^J^JW.J"*T "W -." a On last Wednesday we visited the Sum of Abrfm Howe, situated 3 miles from Red Wing on Spring Creek, just above and running down to the Spring Creek grist mill, owned by William Featherstone. It consists of two hun dred and fifty-five acres of land, one hundred acres of which is used for pas tare and the remainder for meadows and the raising of crops. Mr. Howe commenced here lese than three years ago, the present being his third season on the farm. He now has a stook of 46 head of neat cattle, 8 head of horses, and 35 hogs. Last spring he added to his stock by the purchase of a thorough bred Durham bull and a heifer of the same breed. The heifer was 6 months old at the time of purchase and cost $250. She is a most beautiful looking animal and probably the finest animal of the kind ever brought to this portion of the State. The bull is also a very fine looking animal, and shows him self to be pure blood. This s...

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. — 9 September 1874

m&tm WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, lg74. B. HERBERT Editor. TfiRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ingle Subscribers 3 per year. Grange clubs of ten or more, $1.50. SnbtcriptioM ©a) able variably in advance. All money *honld be «ent by Draft or Poet Office Order to THJE GB»»QK ADTAKOK. Red Wiig, Minn. Pleate aend in your subscriptions at once. Turn GBAHOB ADVANCE is furniebed in clncs of tea for $1.60 per year, and will be furnished for tbe next thirty days to single eatecrlbers for three months, and to clnbs of ten or mora for fonr months at 5^ cents each on trial. We want five thousand new subscribers in the next thirty days, and can have them if every one of •nr friends will go to work in earnest. Advertising Rates. ON ADVERTISING PAGES. 1 eolnmn 1 year, 100. 1 month, $16 7*, ." 10 48, 7 85, S 1-16 column 31, 8 IN A I N S COLUMNS OP PAGES DBVO*ED TO BEADING XATTEB. 1 column 1 year, (120, 1 month, $20. 84. 15. 60, 10. 42, 7. 1-16 column 25, 4. Special notices in editorial columns, 25 cents per lin...

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. — 9 September 1874

V.i-- 'i ywp !. i»'i.. GHANGE ADVANCE. News Department WEDNESDAY SEPT. 9. Important Evidence Malfeasance of Ex-Auditor Mcllrath Frauds in the Stumpage Business OVER $100,000 LOSS TO THE STATE To the Senate: On the tenth day of February, 1874, in obedience to a resolution previously adopted by your bodv, the communica tion from Hon. »E." W. Dike, State Treasurer, which is hereto annexed, and marked schedule "A,'*wasreceived and read. Whereupon the following resolution was adopted by you, and your committee was appointed pursu ant thereto: Resolved, That the communication of the State Treasurer, with accompanying pipers and letters, be referred to a select committee of tbree, with instructions to further inves tigate the subject matter thereof and all mat ters relating thereto and that said commit tee have power to send for persons and pa pers, anu have authority to employ an ex pert to make an examination 'of said books in the oilice of State Treasurer and Auditor, as said committee ...

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. — 9 September 1874

GRANGEI ADVANCE. News Department WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 9, Important Evidence -., ,,. .. ,., ¥, Fraud in the Stumpag Business OVER $100,000 LOSS TO THE STATE To tlie Senate: On the tenth day of February, 1874, is hereto annexed, Resolved, That the communication of the Immediately thereafter your commit tee ::iet and proceeded fo the discharge of their duties as such. At the first meeting, Hon. Chas. McTlrath,formerly State Auditor, appeared before us and presented and read a written statement, which was evidently intended by him to be his answer to the foregoing com munication ot" the State Treasurer and resolution appointing thi committee. That statement is as follows sell stumpage at public sale after an ap praisal by the Surveyor General of logs and lumber, and to grant permits therefor under such rules and regulations as he may deem proper, or as may he provided hy law. it provides that all* logs so cut shall be marked with a log mark, recorded to the State that they shall remain the ...

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. — 9 September 1874

5 •A- ~~». *b Q. For what purpose was this money paid to Comstock1 A. 1 suppose it was paid for stumpage? Q. When was .this money paid to him A. There was $600 paid to him in June and I cannot give you. the date that he was paid the $660 I have got that down think that it was before that the $660 was said. Q. Was this money paid before or after the money was paid to Mr. Mcllrath A. Paid before. Q. Did you take any receipts for this money from Mr. Comstock? A. No, sir: I think not. Q. You say you did not why not A. Well, guess I did not wantany, or the parties. Q. How? A. I say I guess the parties did not want any receipt from him. Q. Well, why didn't they want any re ceipt from him A. The reason was that the parties compromised with Comstock and he was to report about half of it to the State and the balance he was to have for "hush money." Q. What was the full name of this man Comstock A. Butler Comstock. Q. State when you paid the other $1, 162.36 to Mr. Mcllrath, you had any conve...

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. — 9 September 1874

1868, Mr. Mcllrath, as Commissioner of the State Land Office, entered into a contract or permit with the said Tay lor, Warren •& Co., of which he was a member, whereby he sold to said firm the right for the period of five years to cut all the pine timber fit for saw logs then, growing upon the following uni versity lands, situated in the counties of Kanabec and Mille Lacs, to wit: •Sections five (5.) six (6,) seven (7,) •eight (8,) nine (0,) fifteen (15,) sixteen (16,) seventeen(17.) eighteen (18,) twen ty-one (21,) twenty-two (22,) twenty three (23,) south half of section twenty four (24,) north half of section twenty five (25,) section twenty-six (26,) twen ty-seven (27) and twenty-eight (28,) in -township number thirty-nine (30,) of range number twenty-five (25 the •east half of the north-east quarter of section nine (9,) the south-east quarter of the north-west quarter and the aouth-west quarter of section ten (10.) then south-west quarter of and the west' half .of the south...

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. — 9 September 1874

I 3 «h« r^-ir^„ •"-^-. THE STATE EAiE. Tussday, WedncsJay, Thursdayawl Friday. Sept. 8th, 9th 10th and 11th, 4ftmmt. Prospects fOr a Immger ExhiM tftaa an Ever Beta**—Liberal Seductions ay the smailreaac on Passeaaer Fare*, and exhibition (HMk Cairied Free—rair Week (Prom the St. Paul Dispatch.] The State Fair, commencing on Tues day of next week,the 8th ef^September, at tne iDrivir.g .Park near St. Paul, will continue four days or until the even of Eridoy, Sept. 11th. We are glad to learn, from such rnforcnation.*s can be gathered at the office of the "State Ag ricultural Sooiety, that the exhibition of farm, garden and orchard ^products, and stock, machinery, and 'domestic manufactures, promises to bs larger and more-varied than at any .previous State (Fair. THE GROUNDS AKD BUILDIKG8 Are being made ready this week by a number of laberers and mechanics em played &t cleaning and on such repairs sand new fixtures as areiifound necessary. One new building is facing Added, designed...

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