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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 26 January 1875

m. TBS GBANCffi ADVANCE. TUESDAY, JAN. 26, 1875. —It is rumored that Carl Schurz wilh retire from political life to en- gage ^n literary works. pro- poses to prepare a political history of the United States. His character, learning, and familiarity with the politics pf Europe, as well as the .^elatio of adopted citizen which he sustains to this country, all com- .'. bine to make a work of this kind from his hand very valuable. BLIGHT—The State Horticultural v. Society, on the second day of their meeting in St. Paul, last week, had a very interesting discussion on the subject of blight, which has been so destructive to the fruit trees in 'the State for the past two years. Th majority of the pomologists ac_ knowledged that they knew nothing of the cause. Mr- Jewell, of Lake City, one of the oldest nurserymen in the (State Miid he had had a great deal of experience on the subject of blight, but lie professed to know very little about it. In fact the more experience he hud, the less, he...

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. — 26 January 1875

SPRING CREEK, MINN., Jan. 16th, 1875. Editor of The Grange Advance: SIR:—At. a regular meeting of the Spring Creek Grange, No. 209, P. of II., held December 26th, 1874, the following named uaa were elected officers for the year«t875: Master, Henry M. Bil lings Steward, Charles Wait Ass't Steward, Shephard Lee Chaplain, Mary Ann Wait Treasurer, William Catlin, Jr. Secretary, Hans N. Jordt Oate Keeper, S. S. Billings Ceres, Mrs. Matilda Catlin: Pomona, Miss Eloda C. Root: Flora, Mrs. Philena Rinearson: Lady Ass't Steward, Mrs. Sarah M. Billings. HANS N. JORDT, Sec'V. HAY CREEK, Jan. 19th, 1875. Mr. Editor: DEAR SIR:—Having been invited to yisit Hay Creek Valley Grange, (conse quent on their change of base, they hav ing removed from near Cogel's Mill, on to the Zumbrota road, to near the Coun ty Hotel, kept by brother A.Burkhardt) to help to install the new officers. We left our home, in the neighborhood of Wells Creek,withthe thermometer down to 20 below zero, and had a splendid drive...

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. — 26 January 1875

GRANGE ADVANCE. E E Editor. ST. PAUL AN RED WING, MINN. HEWS OF THE WEEK. TUESDAY, Jan. 19.—"Boss Tweed" now wears the common prison jfarb and sleeps in a felon's cell....Judge McArthur, of the District of Columbia, has dismissed the writ of habeas corpus in Irwin's case, and that gentleman now seems doomed to lemain in the common jail until he con cludes to answer the question for which he [is in contempt.'...Whitelaw Reid, td itos of the New York Tribune, while in Washington, Monday, was arrested on two complaints for libel at the instance of Gov. A. A. iShepard.... A beast named G. W. Allen, of Buchanan, Mich., who had out raged a little girl only nine years old, a few days ago, was taken from the jail Sun day morning, by a body of masked men, and hung. It is thought the little girl cannot recover....A fearful snow storm, with the thermometer 40 degrees below aero, is rer-nrted from Fort Lara mie ...The caucus of the Republicans of New York have nominated ex Gov. Morgan as their ...

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. — 26 January 1875

a MINNESOTA SENATORIAL ELECTION.' Result of the F'rst Day's Balloting: for Senator IKi *,Vey's Successor, at St. Paul Jan n9. in the Senate. Upon the Senate being called to order at 12 o'clock Mr. Freeman moved a call of the Senate. Seconded. All present. Mr. Folsom nominated Alexander Ram sey for United States Senator. Mr. Lie nan nominated Ignatius Donnelly. Mr. Armstrong nominated Cushman K. Da vis. Mr. Armstrong proceeded to give the reasons why certain Republicans would support Gov. Davis to-day. He came here representing a consiituency, nine-tenths of whom were in favor of Gov. Davis, and opposed to a caucus. But, being persuad ed to go into the caucus, he had to say it "was fairly conducted according to the rules it adopted. But by the action of the caucus he was likely to be tied, hand .and foot, to the support of a man for Uni ted States Senator whom his constituents did not want, with no record to show that he had represented his constituents in the mavter. He found- other...

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. — 26 January 1875

RED WING AND VICINITY. Senatorial vote—Tuesday, Jan. 3B6.—Ramsey, 50 Donnelly, 50 Davis, 22 Scattering, T5. Total vote, 137. Adjourned until to-mor- row. Ne features expected. The weather moderated !u«t we^k, but it wouldn't st.13 moderated.' Complaint i- being made that Mime of our streets are being u«ed a* wood yards. The Ilibernicon" who played in our city lat-t week pro\ed themselves as ca terers to the pleasure seeder* a success. The celebrated tonsorial artist, A. J. Overall*, ha* removed his b.ise ol oper ations again from Hastirg* to Red Wing. D. C. Hill, has been awarded the contract of finishing the splendid new hotel, which is hereafter to be the hoa*t and pride of our city. A large and enthusiastic meeting greeted County Lecturer Heys, at his lecture in the Swedish Lutheran Church, in the town of Goodhue last Friday. Dannell & Peterson have removed their Boot and Shoe shop from Main ^Street to Plumb Street, where they will be glad to *ee their old friends and cus tom...

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. — 26 January 1875

E WIN A N VICINITY. Senatorial vote—Tuesday, Jan fa6.—Ramsey, 5 0 Donnelly, 5 0 Davis. 22 Scattering. 15. Total vote. 137. Adjourned until to-mor row. Ne feature* expected. The weather r.ioik-ruted iu^t v. e"k. but it wouldn't -t.r, moderated.' CWplaint i- '«'inp, :nude that of our *tr«vtt- an' lcin u«i .1 .i» wivl yard-. Th'"1 ]libfi*nleii« who play-1 in u.ir city la*: -week prcv-d thein^ehe-* a^ .-a terer*. to the pleasure »rvVr« a »n-ci The i-ek'hratot! t'm^ al artist, A. -1. Overalls ha* n-m \f\l }ii- ?•..•' 1 oper ations asi.iin tYoin lI o»t'."gv to Ro^. Wing. J). C. Hill, ha* hevn awarded T!K contract of tini-dnt'jr the splendid new hotel, which i* hercsii'tt to the l.oa^t •and pride of our city. -•1 larir^' and enthu^ia^ti'* mi ••*1:,IJ: greeted County Lecturer Iley-s at his lecture in the Sw-dish Lutheran Church, in tin1 town of Goodhue lat Friday. Danncll ..t Peterson hae removed their Boot and Shoe shop from Main Street to Plumb Street, where they will be glad to their old...

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 February 1875

No Mortgage on the Farm. (We print the following from "The Trumpet of Reform," a collection of songs, hymns, chants and set pieces for the Grange, the club, and reform organization, not only for its beauty, but because many Minnesota farmers will appreciate by sympathy that comes from like experience, its deep pathas. This song was sung at the last meeting of the Goodhue County Council, P. of II., and the moistened eyes were not only complimentary to the merit of the poetry and the singing, but they spoke volumes of the struggles had and hardships endured, of battles with the cold, the heat, and the-rain, of long days of weary toil and anxiety, of "rizin up of many mornin's an hour before the sun" and being overtaken by night before the work was done, by tiibse who had been so unfortunate as to get mort gages on the farn:) Mary, let's kill the fatted calf and cele brate the day, Eor the last dreadful mortgage on the farm is wiped away. I've got the papers with me, they are right as ...

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 February 1875

$***•*• r'vs^nr^rz^-•^ST^yr "T^'^W "jSri!'^ H? ipiryjp^s^' GRANGE ADVANCE. E E Editor. ST. PAUL AND BED WING, MINN. NEWS OF THE WEEK. TOBBDAT, Feb. 2.—The public debt was in creased 91,397,870 in January.... The Nebraska aid society report the treasury empty and tour teen hundred people dependent on them for feed....The contest in the Tilton-Beecher «ase, as to the admission of Tilton's testimony •as decided in the affirmative, and that gen fteman took the witness stand Monday. It is the same old story.... The American Fire In surance Company has given notice of its with drawal from the board of fire underwriters The House of the Good Shepherd, Chicago, has been damaged $10,000 by fire.... A fire at Elmira, N. Y., Sunday, did dam age to the amount of 10,000.... The estate of the late Eben C. Ward of Detroit, Mich, has been admitted to pro bate The estate, titer the payment of all debts, will net 94,0,0,000.... A. C. Buell, one of the editors of the St* Louis Republican, has been arr...

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 February 1875

\3§P»«* I 1 Louisiana Affairs*. -, NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 6^—Before the Congressional ragptfttee the following witnfHtt^wlfmfied by the Conservative counsel: UKUT. EDWAKD A. BBLOBK, of the third infantry.sworn: Was sta tioned at Alexandria arrived there on the 10th of October. The troops under witness's command were stationed in the Court House yard and are still st ationed the town of Alexandria. He was pres ent on the day of election and noted that Alexandria it was every way a quiet one. He has observed no evidence of hos tility in the community to the general government. The election was held in the court house. DR. ALFRED DDPERIO, Resides in the parish of Iberia voted for Gen. Grant and in the election of 1872 canvassed the parish for Gvo. Kellogg. Shortly after the war Grant had many supporters in the parish. Much of the present trouble is |attributable to bad legislation. Monopolies, burdening the people, have been created. Judges of the inferior courts sometimes not being able to...

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 February 1875

THE GRANGE ADVANCE. TUESDAY, FEB.~9~18757 The New Tax Law. The State Auditor's report con- tains the following with regaid to the new tax law, which is worthy the consideration of all a payers in the State The consideration of the matter Jh the legislature, resulted in the enact ment of the new general tax law, Inch though imperfect in some respects in consequence of the limited time for its preparation,—in its general provis ions and practical operation, seems to be efficient and satisfactory. Such amendments as are obviously necessary, and were overlooked in the nasty work of last winter, and others, which have been suggested by the partial trial to which it hsis been sub jected, will be embodied in a bill and submitted to the present legislature for consideration, and which if adopted, will, it is believed, make our system of taxation as complete and effective, and at the same time more lenient and less annoying to the tax pa^or, than that of any other State. In most other States...

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 February 1875

*»w»w««*«iw«siiB««M rr-T-mrr-nn fc mil P. Of H. RELIE TO THE GRASSSHOP- PER SUFFERERS.—The under signed having been appointed by the State Grange, to re ceive supplies from the granges of Goodhue County, and to forward the same to parties in the grasshop per regions for their distribution, would respectfully call the attention of the granges to this humane object and duty. Let us, fellow Patrons, do unto others as we would they should do unto us, under like circumstances provisions, clothing, and money, are all needed to relieve suffering and sustain life. Do not fail brethren in this good work. Contributions can be left in care of Sargent, Roath & Co. Red Wing, Jan. 28. 1875. WM. FEATHERS TONE. Few Pertinent Questions from Wide Awake. I thank you for publishing my last or first letter, and now seeing there are no reciprocating responses I am induced to write another. As I am an ardent advocate of the Grange system, it must be about the Grange. I have been a "granger" almost thr...

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 February 1875

eftrmwmr»i$"i Civil Big'1** *m* Sooate* The debate on the Civil Rights bill in the House was continued on Thursday the 4th inst., and after several minor speeches pro and con, Mr. John Young Brown of Kentucky, got the floor. Mr. Brown opposed the bill, though he acknowledged it was a foregone conclu sion that to-day's sun would set upon it as the law of the land. Men on the Re publican side had been dragooned into its support. Its success had been in a meas ure accomplished by daring revolutionary invasions of the time-honored rules of the House. It had been born in malig nity and would be passed in defiance and would be executed in violence and blood shed, as he feared. Mr. Hale, of New York, objected to the last sentence as unparliamentary, but it having been reduced to writing and read from the clerk's desk, the Speaker ruled it did not transcend the rules of parliamentary debate. Mr. Brown continuing his remarks said he regarded the bill as part of the ma chinery to be set in mo...

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 February 1875

THE LE6ISUTURE. The,Old Railroad Considered— Strong Arguments in Behalf of Uon oaCy^Tlte ox and Drury Case Je cided—Drnry Keeps Hi* Seal—fflte Crrassliopper Fund. After the recess yesterday the Senate ttook up the special order, Mr. Meighen's resolution looking to a transfer to the permanent school fund of the proceeds of -the 500,000 acres of internal improvement .lands, on a motion that it pass to its third reading. Mr. Cox and Mr. Graves opposed the motion arguing that the school fund is large enough for its purposes and that the lands should be used in accordance 'With the expressed purposes of the grant, for internal improvements. Mr. Westfall, Mr. Mcighen and Mr. Buckhaxn advocated the passage of the resolution. In the course of remarks by Mr. Meighen and others it was suggested that one reason why these lands should go to the.permanent school fund was that thereby they would be placed out of danger of ever being given to the holders of the old railroad bonds. Mr. Berry, refer...

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 February 1875

P. of H. Directoty. BED WING GRANGE, NO 353—Meets the 2nd and 4th Fridaysof each month,at 7 P.M.,at the Grange Hall. Visiting Patrons are invited. THE GOODHUE COUNTY COUNCIL, P. of H. Meets at the brick school house, in the town of Burnside, the 3d Friday of March, 1. O. O. F. Directory. RED W I ENCAMPMENT NO. 9.—Regular meetings, seeond and fourth Wednesdays of each month. W. E. Hawkins, C. P. C. Lawrence, Scribe. L'ETOILE NORD LODGE No 23 —Regular meetings very Tuesday. Josoph Wilkin son, N. G.: P. A. Montgomery, S. Masonic Directory. RED WING LOD,K NO. S, A.-, A.-. M.\ Stat«d communication^ the fiist Monday of every month. 0. Whitman, W.-. M.:. Andrew Allen, Sec'y. LAGRANGE R.-. A.-. CHAPTJ NO. 4. Stated convocations, the second Monday of each month. S. B. Foote. II. P.\ Andrew Allen, Sec'y. TYRIAN COUNCIL, No. 4. A. S^. M.". Stated meetings, the thud Mondav of each month. E. J. Coiner, T.\ I.'.*M.-.. S. J, WilJard. Recorder. RED WING COMMANDEUV, NO 10, Knights Templars. Regular ...

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. — 2 March 1875

'{SKfpSSSyWSJ'S"' —The Potter law of Wisconsin don't repeal worth a cent. —Three hundred Catholics took the temperance pledge in Baltimore on Sunday. —Japan is to invest two hundred thousand dollars in the Centennial of American Independence at Phil adelphia. Good for Japan. —Read, in another column, what the Master of the National Grange P. of H. has to say about building up home manufactures, and say if it is not good sound sense. —Chicago ought to be called the city of fires. It is nothing for them to burn over a few acres and send up a few millions in flame and smoke. Only on Monday of last week, eight acres of a glue factory were burned, with a loss of $250, 000 —Senator Brownlow is again in the newspaper business, having pur chased an interest in the now-ille Chronicle and assumed the place of editor in chief, giving the paper the name of The Whig and Chronicle. Brownlow has enough fire and gun powder in him for half a dozen young men, and just enough to make a lively snappy p...

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 March 1875

ORANGE ADVANCE. HERBERT Editor. ST. PAUL AND RED WING. MINN. NEWS OF THE WEEK. TDBSDAY, Feb. 23.—The glue works ol Wahl Bros., Chicago, covering right acres of ground, were almost completely destroyed by fire yes terday, together with a large amount of stock. horn, exclusive 01 insurance, 260,000 One hnndredlabo-ere were thrown out ol employ ment by the fire Three «bildren waned O'Brien, nging in age from eight to eleven years, were frozen to death in Otsego county, New York, last week. The children were basket peddlera and were or dered out on their regular tour notwithbtand ng this terrible cold. The next niornin« the bodies of the two children were frozen to death, the oldest with his arms around the neck of the youngest.... Washington's birthday was very generally observed throughout the Union. Probably the most significant demonstration was at Nash Tille Tenn., where the people turned out al most en masse, and with banners flying, can non booming, and the music of many hands, e...

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 March 1875

TfciCt ON-TflE SCANDAL. Beading from Hi 600 Pages of Man uscript. The following report contains the most interesting points in Gen. Tracy's open ing argument for Bee«*her, up to noon on the 26th uit. This plaintifi, resumed Gen. Tracey, was a conspirator with Henry Bowen against the chamber of Henry Ward Beecher. If Henry U.' Bowen should deny his ignorance of the letter demand ing that Beecher should leave his pulpit, then I could not ask you to believe the Sackedfout laintif against himself. But Bowen had early. He did not want to go on further in that, and Tilton was forced to seek another friend. After the letter of Dec. 26, 1870, Beecher saw Bowen and convinced him of his innocence and the falsity of Tilton's stories, and Bowen re tracted his utterances, and during the 26th, 27th, 28th and 29th of that month the defendant had no interview with Til ton or wife in regard to how much the husband knew of the intimacy and the counsel submitted this was not the action of a guilty man...

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 March 1875

THE GRANGE ADVANOE. TUESDAY, MAKCII 2, 1875. —Two million eight hundred thousand men are held to military service in Germany and then the rulers wonder why the people, from whose households the ranks of this immense standing army are filled, are so anxious to leave their loved land for America. —That Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road don't come into the ring yet, and so far deserves the thanks of the people. They are fighting single handed the eastern railroad corpor ations. The fare on this road from Chicago to Philadelphia is $12, and the rates from there to New York, $3, making the cost from Chicago to New York $15 and on the 23d nit. they announced a still greater reduction of rates. —Henry Ward Reecher performs the duties of pastor of the largest and most influential Church in the nation, leads his lecture room meet ings, delivers his sermons regularly, edits one of the ablest religious pa pers of the country and daily looks after his side in the Tilton case, which of itself serve...

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 March 1875

EDITED BY COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Superintendents office at the Court House, Red Wing,—over Auditor's office. All commnnications for this department must be accompanied by the author's real name to seeure insertion. Blanks for Teachers' Contracts, School Treasurer's Bonds, Notices of Annual School Meetings and School Registers will now be furnished to District I lerks who apply to the County Superintendent. Examintions. There should be a public examina- tion at the close of every term of school in each district. We find this to be the custom in some dis- tricts, why not all? If examina- tions are of any benefit in town and village schools, why are they not equally beneficial in the country We would urge all our country teachers to adopt the practice of apointing a day, say the last day of the term, as the day for a general review of the work which has been accomplished during the term. Let there be special invitations sent to parents and others interested, to be present on...

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 March 1875

fc. MISCELLANY. FIRST W E LOVE. BY OWEN MEREDITH. Whom first love, you know, we seldom wed Time rules us all. And life, indeed, is not The tning we planned it out ere hope was dead And then we women cannot choose our lot. Much must be borne which it is hard to bear, Much given away which it were sweet to keep. God help us all! who need indeed his care And yet I know the Shepherd loves his sheep. My little boy begins to babble now Upon my knee his earliest infant-prayer He has his father's eager eyes I know, And, they say, too, his mother's sunny hair. But when he sleeps and smiles upon my knee, And 1 can feel his light breath come and go, I think ot one—Heaven help and pity me! Who loved me, and whom I loved, long ago. Who might have been—ah, what I dare not think. We all are changed. God judges for the befct, Cod help us do our duty, and not shrink, And tru«t in Heaven humbly for the rest Bat blame us women not, if some appear Too cold at times, and some too gav and light .Some gri...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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