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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 23 September 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, Sept. 15.—Main"? was carried by the Republicans yesterday by an in creased majority. The Governor, Legisla ture and £ve Congressional districts were carried.... The South Carolina Republi cans adapted a platform which thanks the federal government for its military inter vention in that State, deprecates lawless IK-MS in any form, pledges reduced public expenses and the enforcement of financial •reform, entreits Congress to pass the civil rights bill, pledges to maintain the settle ment, of the State, debt, and endorses Grant for the third term The Demo crats have gained a victory in the city ekcfion of Portsmouth, N. The Re publican Central Committee of New York laat night adopted a revolution favoring the i-pnomination of Gov. Dix, anl subsequent ly reconsidered and will drew it as being premature Th3 General Convention oi the Universalist Church was opened la&t •evening in New York... .It is reported that large numbers of white .men *w. en tering the...

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. — 23 September 1874

THE SBM&i ADVOTE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, 1874. Meeting of the Goodhue County Coun cil, P. of H„ Sept. 18th, 1SS4. The Council met in regular session at the place of meeting of Floral Grange in the town of Goodhue, and was opened in due form by acting Master W. S. Grow. In the absence of the Overseer and Steward, Henry Heys, Master of Belvidere Grange, was appointed Over seer and Mr. Sanders, of Floral Grange, Steward Roll of Granges called, dels gates responding with credentials. Messrs. Thomas Fcatherstone, W. H. Hay man, Sen., and Wm. Boothroyd were appointed committee on Credentials, and reported the following persons as delegates, and entitled to seats in the ouncil: Floral Grange—E. G. Wright, C. 0. Reed. Burnsiue—A. Coons, A. Howe, Jr. Belvidere Grange—Henry Heys, Master. Hay Creek Win. Hayman, Sen., A. Burkbard. Fcatherstone—Thos. Fcatherstone, B. J. Taylor. Belle Creek—Jacob Cook. Welch—W. Boothroyd, J. S. Nelson. Farmers' Guild—Mr. and Mrs. Parker, W. H. Bruce. Red Wing—T....

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. — 23 September 1874

*'-. W 1 i^/.lwilwWfc^-WKt^.Jfr'-a'IW^ AGRICULTURAL. Farmers' Education. Charles Dickens once said, in remark ing upon the agricultural matters, that the part of the holding of a farmer or landowner which pays best for cultiva tion is the small estate within the ring fence of his skull." It is undeniably true that the cultivation of the brain is of the highest consequence to the farm er, as with that part of his animal do main in a bad state of filth, his fields must remain in a fearful condition of impoverishment. How shall the farmer improve his mind how can he properly educate himself? This is an impor tant question and deserves to be an swered. Let us first consider how he cannot educate himself. He certainly cannot by remaining in a condition of inaction and stupidity, »r a state of de spondency and doubt which speedily be comes chronic and incurable. A con siderable number of our farmers who have reached middle life are filled so full of gloom and doubt, that there is not a cr...

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. — 23 September 1874

8 -a£ I »l)il »|l II I I I i- A is in a ••-. '.:• if.--. ,Y:. ^:-.^5jf THE GRANG E ADVANCE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1874. E E E it E S O S S I I O N Ingr'c SnDPcrlfoers $2 p'.T year. Grunge cluba of teu «r more, $1.50. Subtcrifitioits oa*, able variably in advance All money should be sent by Draft or Po« I others become by bribery Office Order to GRi*eis ALVANCE, Ked I ,. S W I Minn. corruption, first a 5 facto Fieuse send in your subscriptions at once. THK GRANGE ADVANCE is furnished ia clubs of ten for §1.50 per year, and will be furnished for the next thirty days to single subscribers for three months, and to clnhs of ten or mora for four mouthy at 5' cents each on trial. We want five thousand new subscribe:* in the next thirty days, and can have them if every one of eur friends will go to work in earnest. ON ADVKRTISiNU PAGES. 1 column 1 year, $1(0, 1 month, $15 fa, 10 J4 48, 7 Vt 35, 6 1-16 colomu 31, 8 IN Al VKR-i 12INO COLUMNS O PAGES DEVOTED TO READING MATTER. 1 column 1 year...

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. — 23 September 1874

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1874. B. HERBERT, Editor. T&RMSO SUBSCRIPTION. ingle Subscribers 3 p?r year. Grunee clubs of teu «r more, $1.50. SubtcrlptioiiB oft)able variably In advance All money should be aent by Draft or POM OCke Order to Tan GRVJ,«* ALVANCE, Red Wirg. Minn. Pjeuee send in your inscriptions at once. Tan GKAKGB ADVANCS is furnished ia clubs of ten for $1.50 per year, and will be furnished for the next thirty days to single subscribers for tbree months, and to clubs of ten or mora for four mouthyat 5' cents each on trial. We want five thousand new subscribers in the next thirty days, and can have iberu if every one of •ur friends will go to work in earnest. Advertising Rates. OK ASYKBTMUMt PAGES. 1 colnmn 1 year, $1(10, 1 month, $15 7a, 10 J4 48 1 85, 5 l-16colnmu 31, 8 •a Ah vcaMataa COIUMNB OFFASSS DSVO^XD TO SSAOIMO MATTBB. 1 column 1 year, $120, 1 month, $30. 84. 15. «o, 10. 4a 49 t. 1-1* column 85, 4. Special notices In editorial columns, 25 cents per line. Cdeh...

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. — 23 September 1874

GilANGE ADVAKCS3. News Department WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, 1874. FIGHTING 111 MEW ORLEANS. The Streets of the City Again Bap tised in Blood—Abdication of Gov. Kellogg Demanded—*4I«Enerr'« lieutenant Ckrvernor Warns Ont the Militia—Cltiaens Attack metro politan*—-Several Killed Wounded—Scene* and Incident*. For several days past the telegraph Las beeu freighted with mutterings of another outbreak in New Orleans be* iwecn the freinds and opponents of the present State government. Saturday a call, signed by 50 leading business men and firms, was issued for a mass meet* at the Clay monument, Canal street. The eall set forth that for two years the people of that city had been sub* jected to outrage upon outrage by an usurping State government tkat one by one their dearest rights had been trampled upon, until finally, the right, to keep and bear arms, a right guar anteed by the constitution of the United States, has been denied. It therefore calls upon all who desire to protest against these ...

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. — 23 September 1874

,- v7rr' •fA i^,v —v- v^ 1 HORRIBLE DEATH-RIDE, Oweu 0*.\eil Was Ground on a. Wagon Hnb for a Distance of Twelv Milcs—JInn'crers Fasten Him Between the Spring and the Wheel. [Platteburgh, N. Y., (Sept. 8), Correspond ence ot tlie New "iork Jierald.] On the morning of Sunday, July 5, 1874, about 5 o'clock, a ghastly and horrible sight met the eyes of Mrs. Owen O'Neil as she came forth from her dwelling house, which is situated on the turnpike in Altona, at a distance of eight or nine miles from this place. Her husband had left home the previous day to come to Plattsburg and had not returned. Wondering what had beep the cause of his delay she arose, and looking out perceived that the wagon which he had taken with him was under the shed, as she could sea the rear end projecting out. Calling to her son, Laurence O'Neil, that his father had not returned, but that the horse and wagon were under the shed, she hast ened out, only to find her husband's lifeless body wedged in between the for...

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. — 23 September 1874

AN EVHTfjJl HISTOTY. The Her. William Frier?* Smartly— The Father an* Three Daughters Drowned-Mother ana Daiifhter Shipwrechea—-Death hr Heart Disease of the Laay. (From the Denver Democrat.) For the facts substantially related in the following article, our reporter is indebted to conductor Painter, of the Colorado Central, on whose train the unfortunate lady and surviving mem bers of the family took passage for Black Hawk, one day last week, and from whose lips came one of the Strang* est and saddest histories it has ever been the misfortune of our reporter to hear. About two years ago there lived in Sacramento, Cal., a Baptist minister by the name of Mr. Fyler, with his wife and eight children, four of them being daughters. Mrs. Fyler had for several years been afflicted with an aggravated form of cancer, for the relief of which all known remedies had failed, her case ap parently defying medical skill. The youngest of the four daughters was also a constant sufferer from heart dis ...

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. — 23 September 1874

8 HHWESOTA MEWS ITEMS. WELLS wants a steam grist mi3L THE public schools of Stillwater re open Monday. A CITIZEN of Le Sueur is carrying $83,000 life insurance. MARTIN county will have its fair on the 8th and 9th of October. THK town of Haverhill, Olmsted county, is to have a town hall. SIXTY-FOUR shares have been sub scribed for a Grange warehouse in Wa seca. THE Methodist church at Sauk Rap ids has been supplied with a fine new organ. TWENTY-THREE farmers have organ ized a Grange Chapter in Jackson County. THE Democrats of Sherburne county nominated C. H. Chadbourne for Rep resentative yesterday. THE towing business on the St. Oeix is so dull that owners of tow-boats are discharging their crews and banking their boats. IT is reported that Prof. Raiser and I another party, are soon to start a Ger man paper, Democratic in politics, in St. Cloud. THE Grangers in and about Cannon Falls propose to unite on a day for the public sale of horses, cattle, and farm! produce generally at that...

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. — 23 September 1874

ftfl WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT. iT/V 7 I Oo^espondence to this department is respectfully solicited. Write about home duties, home work, home trials and auc eases.—ED.] BKRL.IN, Minn., Sept. 1, 1874. Editor Grange Advance. Looking over the ADVANCE I find you are going to enlarge it and give the lady readers a department. This will he a benefit as well as a pleasure to farmers" wive:?. We all have some hobby mine must be the rose and gardening. It may seem strange to talk about gardening now, but now is the time we can put in our spare mo ments to good advantage. You may have some choice roses which you would like to propagate. This is easily done by layering. Take this summer's growth. I find it a good plan to peg them down before covering with earth they must not be disturbed till next fall. I have never failed in this way. Teas and barboun are easily rooted from cuttings when the young shoots are about four inches long. Cut them close to the old wood, plant them in pots half-filled with ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 23 September 1874

An Old Dodge County Republican's Opinion of M. H. Bunnell. An able review of the "Artful Dodger's" record in Minnesota.—How he killed three birds with one stone while running State Superintendent Business— Violating the State Constitution to get himself a place—Opin ions of educators, looseness in accounts, Jrc. EDITOR GRANGE A A N E :—As an old Dudge County Republican—no iess a Republican because a member of the Order which your paper represents—I wish to give my reasons for opposing the election of Mr. Dunnell to Congress from the First District. Still adhering to the Republican party, as I do, I claim that I cannot act consistently as a Re publican without opposing and voting against 31 r. Dunnell. One of the leading features in the creed of our party as announced by our National and State Conventions, is the most rigid economy, with a view to meeting the heavy national obligations incurred by the war. To this end, pub lic works of national importance have been set aside shipping...

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. — 23 September 1874

,nn-».—n« r~ %»u i.i »•.' •'. r?HE GRANG E ADVANCE. 4jtocial Yaper of Qoodhue Comity Sed Wing and Vicinity. —Look out for tax list next week. It is very interesting reading matter. —Rev. Peter Akers, D. D., preached at the M. E. Church in Featherstone last Sun day. —Do you want to live long aud be hap py Renew your subscription to THE GRANGE ADVANCE at once. —The firm 0. B. Dodge are devoting themselves entirely to manufacturing of boot and shoe pacs and plow shoes. —Bishop Whipple will confirm a class at the Episcopal Church this, (Wednesday) morning at 10 o'clock. —The amputating mentioned in our pa per two weeks ago, was done by Dr. Hew ett assisted by Drs. Parks and Cummings. —Any one wishing to buy a gdtod brick block, or a good brick store, will find it to their advantage to inquire at the office of THE GRANGE ADVANCE. —Mr. Howard Libbey has traded his property .in Kansas, to Mr. Luther Akers, of Featherstone. Mr. Libbey returns to his home in Featherstone, and Mr. Akers will ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 23 September 1874

J-'fJia-W' ^•eysjT' rr^rvxtrr /w—r**^?"?^"^ 12 WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT. miscellany and Sew«. —An empty jail is a reproach to the authorities of Sheboygan county. —The fast horse Darkness is owned Ly W. D. Edgerton, of Beaver Dam. —Fauman & Morse are building a flouring mill at Manitowoc, to co-t 815, 000. —Montello is to have a steamboat of her own. W. B. Dodge has purchased a small stern wheel for the river. —Mr. Joseph Viles, for thirty years a resident of the State, died at Elkhorn recently. lie was a native of Maine. —Ozankce has four Democratic can didates for the State Senate. —There will be a Teacher's Institute at West Bend, commencing on Oct. loth, to be conducted by Prof. Parker, of Janesville. —William Abbey, a confiding young man of Richland showed his friends the other day what he could do with a tame rattlesnake. The amputation will probably be below the elbow. —Not much lumbering to be done in the Wisconsin pineries this winter pine lands are more valuable than logs ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 23 September 1874

12 WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT. 9Iiscellany a TVews. —An empty jail is a reproach to the authorities of Sheboygan count}'. —The last hor.se Darkness is owned l.y W. D. Edgcrton, of Beaver Dam. —Fauman & Morse are building a flouring mill at Manitowoc, to eo-t 815, 000. —Montcllo is to have a steamboat of her own. W. IS. Dodge has purchased a small stern wheel for the river. Mr. Joseph Vilvs, fur thirty years a resident of the State, died at Klkhorn recently. 11^ was a native of Maine. —Ozankce has four Democratic can didates for the State Senate. —There will he a Teacher's Institute at West Bend, commencing on Oct. I'-'Ah, to be .onducted by Prof. Parker, of Janesville. —William Abbey, a confiding young man of Richland showed his friends the other day what he could do with a tame rattlesnake. The amputation will probably be below the elbow. —Not much lumbering to be done in the Wisconsin pineries this winter pine lands are more valuable than logs at present. —There has been considerabl...

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. — 30 September 1874

TIXKSDAY, Sept. 22.—Yesterday the sum of $1,929,819 was paid at the State De partinent to the agent of the British Gov ernment, being awards to British claim ants by tiie mixed commission, under the Washington treaty of 1873 Rev. Wes ley Prettyman, of the M. E. ehurch, and Postmaster at Marietta, Ga., has been ar rested there charged with embezzlement and other penal violations of the postoffloe laws The party in pursuit of the Hot Springs, Ark., stasje robbers, have been so far successful as to force them into the mountains, where they are completly sur rouuded, and the capture or death of the entire band is expected A Cuban in Fiance has given $20,000 to the parriot agency in New York Victor Sejonn a French dramatic writer is dead Gen. Sherman takes up his headquarters in St. Louis Oct. 4 The Narragansett Fire and Marine Insurance Company, of Provi dence, R. I., has suspended on occount of its heavy losses by the Chicago and Boston fires Frank Moulton has accepted the service of a...

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. — 30 September 1874

SEWS OF THE WEEK. TCKSDAY, Sept. 22.—Yesterday the sura of $1,-.)29,819 was paid at the State De partment to the agent of the British Gov ernment, being awards to British claim ant.' by the mixed commission, under the Washington treaty of 1873 Rev. Wes ley Prettyman, of the M. E. ehurch, and Postmaster at Marietta, Ga., has been ar retted there charged with embezzlement and other penal violations of the postoffl^e laws The party in pursuit of the Hot Spriugs, Ark., stasje robbers, have been so far suecessful as to force them into the mountains, where they are completly sur rounded, and the capture or death of the entire band is expected A Cuban in Frame has given $20,000 to the parriot agency in New York Victor Sejonn a French dramatic writer is dead Gen Sherman takes up his headquarters in St. Louis Oct. 4 The Narragansett Fire and Marine I n.su ranee Company, of Provi dence, 11. I., has suspended on occount ol its heavy losse? by the Chicago and Boston fires Frank Moulton has acce...

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. — 30 September 1874

THE GEAHG E ADVAKE.of WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30, 1874. Farmers', Mechanics' and Laborers' Convention Nominate a Fall County ana Legislative Ticket. A Harmoni ous Session, and a Strong Ticket. Reported for The Orange Advance. The Featherstone Convention assembled in pursuance of the call issued by tbe Coun ty Conventioh, at the town hall in the town of Featherstone, Goodhue County, at ten o'clock A. M. of the 24th inst. The Convention was called to order and the call read by Gerge Akers, Esq., of Featherstone, Chairman of the County Com mittee. Upon motion, Mr. W. S. Grow, of Vasa was nominated and elected Chairman of the Convention, E. A. Sargent, Secretary. A committee of three consisting of Messrs. H. F. Armstrong, I. T. Comstock, and J. S. Nelson, was appointed upon credentials. The following named gentlemen were ap pointed committee on resolutions, viz: Geo. H. Akers, of Featherstone Axel Lindholm, of Vasa J. C. Bennewitz, of Florence W. P. Tanner, of Cannon Falls and I. T. Comstoek o...

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. — 30 September 1874

AGRICULTURAL. Making Vinegar. "Rural," in the Chicago Tribune says: "There is a man traveling through the country selling the recipe for making vinegar, for which he charges the Grangers $1 for the family right. It is simply molasses and water, with a small quantity of acetic acid from the druggist, making the cost of what the fellow calls first-class vinegar, as he claims, 10 cents a gallon. The fellow also condescends to sell it to the grocers of our towns as a now, valuable discovery. Vinegar may be made from pure acetic acid but, as that is de rived from vinegar, its cost is too great for that purpose. In the manufacture of vinegar, the alcohol is in part changed to acetic acid or vinegar and, to obtain 'this acid in a dry state, the vinegar must be deprived of its acetic acid. Of course there could be no gain and only the loss of labor. For this reason, the vinegar-makers now resort to the use of acetic acid for this purpose. It would be like the economy of cut ting up whole pi...

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. — 30 September 1874

•zr •V" THE GRANG E ADVANCE.fashions W E N E S A SEPTEMBE 30,1874. 1 column 14 E E it TfcRM S O S S I I O N ingle Subscribers 2 per year. Grunte clabe of ten or more, $l. 0. Subtcriptions ouyable variably in advance All money vhould be sent by Draft or Pocr Office Order to Tnr, GB«HUI AXVANUE. Red Wii g, Minn. Fleaee send In yonr subscription* at on e. Tns GR&KOB ADVANCE it) furnished io clube of tea for (1.50 per year, and will be furuWbed for tbe next thirty days to single »ub cribers for three montbe. and to clii^a of t*-n or mors for foar months at 5° cent* each on trial. We want five thousand new enbecribei* in the next thirty dayi», tnd ean have them if every one of oar friends will go to work in earnest. Advertising a ON ADVKBYiaiNe FAOES. 1 column 1 year, 100, 1 month, (15 7a, 10 48, 7 35, 5 1-16 column ill, IN AI vBsnuema COIUMNS on-A«Efe DITO'JD TO HEAU1NO MATTES. .. 1 year, 12), month, $S0. 84. 15. «0, 10. 42, 7. 25, 4. 1-lfi column... Special notices in editorial col...

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. — 30 September 1874

"^TT^ GBANGE [ADVANCE. New Bepartpit WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30, 1874. L.iberal-I»euM,cratic State Conven tion. The Liberal-Democratic State Con* vcntion convened in St. Paul on the 23d hist., and organized by appointing H. M. Burchard of Winona, President, and H. A. Child of McLeod, and P. L. Gregory of Stearns Secretaries. The following platform was adopted. WHEREAS, The special occasion which brought the Republican party has long since ceased to exist and there is not now and has not been toryears any central, animating principle or purpose in that sarty except the cohesive principle of public plunder, and a settledpurposetoretain power by any means aud at all hazards and WHEREAS, TO perpetuate its hold upon office, that party has termed an alliance with the capital and organized monopolies oi the country, and together they purpose to run the Federal and State governments in the interest oi favored classes, by exempting them from all bur dens and restraints, and casting the whole crushi...

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