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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 19 July 1876

The Original Jewish and Chris tian Sabbath. No. II. The Alexandrian copy of the Septau int Scriptures, the only defensible opy to the birth of Abram—as to their hronology—with the usual correction sixty years in the age of Terah, at he birth of the former, requires the ex deof Israel in A. M. 3899. Each ear had only twelve months, as proved •y 1 Kings iv. 7 and 1 Chronicles .xvii 1—15. The miserably anti "criptural practice of the apostate mod rn Jews, of adopting a heathen calen lar of thirteen months, alternating wenty-nine or thirty days each for a Mble year, is altogether unworthy of intelligent Christian for the Scrip urea speak of no month of less than hirty days, nor year of more than -welve months. The ancestors of the Israelites, ac ording to the best available evidence, fter twelve months of thirty days each, •dded five days annually, and one more uadrennially. An unanswerable proof this is the fact,* that Mizriam, the rat settlers of Egypt after the disper ion, began thei...

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. — 19 July 1876

The Original Jewish and Chris tian Sabbath. No. II. The -Alexandrian copy of the Septau _,int Scriptures, the only defensible opy to the birth of Abram—as to their hronology—with the usual correction sixty years in the age of Terah, at he birth of the former, requires the ex de of Israel in A. M. 3899. Each ear had only twelve months, as proved •y 1 Kings iv. 7 and 1 Chronicles xvii 1—15. The miserably anti "criptural practice of the apostate mod rnJews, of adopting a heathen calen iar of thirteen months, alternating wenty-nine or thirty days each for a lible year, is altogether unworthy of intelligent Christian for the Scrip* urea speak of no month of less than hirty days, nor year of more than -welve months. The ancestors of the Israelites, ac ording to the best available evidence, fter twelve months of thirty days each, dded five days annually, and one more uadrennially. An unanswerable proof this is the fact,* that Mizriam, the rst settlers of Egypt after the disper ion, began t...

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. — 19 July 1876

The Grange Advance L. if. YOUNG, EDITOR AND FROP'R. REDWING. MINNESOTA TIMELY TOPICS. Oats are but ten cents a bushel in Kansas. There is little encourage ment for young Kansans to sow wild oats. The King and Queen of Greece are on a visit to Victoria, probably to get a look at Albert .Edward's .el phants and lions. Mr. Morrill's acceptance of the Treasury secretaryship created a .va cancy in the Senate which has been of fered to and accepted by Mr. Elaine. No applications -have yet been* made for the post tradership at Little Big Horn. Those wl,o want traderships would prefer to go there in a big horn. The Chicage Inter-Ocean would make a pun on its own funeral, should the world be so fortunate as to lose it. It says Custer's last charge was a clear case of Sioux-icicle". A Massachusetts farmer prophet says August, like July, will be warm that September will be like August un til the 10th, after wjdgh the weather, will be decidedly cool, but politics will be red hot. The Hartford b...

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. — 19 July 1876

•..•.w .-^ »N^ ,.^» E STORY TOLD. 4 Connected Account of Custer's Disaster and Death. From the St. Paul Dispatch. GEN. TERRY'S ORDERS. From the information at hand it ap pears that on the 22d ult. Lt. Col. Cus ter started at no»n from the mouth of the Rosebud river, a tributary of the Yellowstone, under orders from Gen. Terry, which required him to proceed up the Rosebud in pursuit of the Indians whose trail had been discovered a few days previous by Major Reno. Gen. Terry declined to give precise instruc tions for the movement, not wishing to hamper Custer's action when near the enemy and placing full confidence in his zeal, energy and ability. The General commanding (Terry) expressed, however his views of what Custer's action should be and desired him to conform to them unless he should see sufficient reason for departing from them. These were, that Custer should proceed up the Rosebud until he ascertained definitely the direc tion of the trail above spoken of. Should it be found,...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 19 July 1876

Mr. SMITH offers for sale at verj low prices his Store and its contents of Stoves, tinware, etc., as he intends leaving the city. Here's a chance to buy yourself rich for a small sum of money. On the 26th of this month he will have an auction where you can buy goods at your own prices. WOVEN wire mattresses patented Nov 16th, 1875. THE dangerous hole into which Mr. Deifenback fell and received injuries causing his death, is not the only one which ought to be guarded. Main street is blessed with a mantrap which may occasion a serious accident any day. Why not prevent such accidents by guarding against them. HOLD FAST TO THAT WHICH IS Good. —Many having tried all kinds of Saler atus and Baking Powder are now hold ing fast to H. B. DeLand & Co.'s Best Chemical Saleratus, as the only good uniform article of the kind. H. A. De Land & Oo. having hod twenty-live years experience in its manufacture claim it is the only brand made in which all the im parities are removed and are sati...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 26 July 1876

VOL. III. The Reason of It. An old friend writes us: "I can not understand why it is, but that it is true cannot be denied, that nearly all the anti-monopolists who came from the republican party, except stlch as were and are chronic office-seekers, have gone back to that organization, and many who were formerly democrats are now voting with the Republicans." It may be that our correspondent states the case a little too strongly, but the changes he refers to are the natural consequences of the cir cumstances which have attended the existence of the anti-monopoly or independent party. hose who originally formed it were prompted to do so by a sincere desire for pol itical reform, coupled with the con viction that the two older organiza tions were completely under the control of corrupt men, who used them for the furtherance of their own selfish designs. were satisfied that reform could only be effected by a new and healthy or ganization, and exerted themselves accordingly to put a thi...

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. — 26 July 1876

Names of Owners. Same, Same, OISOH, Same, No. of Acs. 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Subdivision. Wm Fryburger.ne qr ne qr 20 Same, nw qr ne qr 20 Same, se qr ne qr 20 Same, sw qr ne qr 2d Akers, ne qr se qr 21 Same, nw qr se qr 21 Same, se qr se qr 21 Same, sw qr se qr 21 Howard Libby, 12x acres on side of nw qr ol ne qr 28 Howard Libby, ne qr nw qr 28 Name. Lt. Bk. Peter Pruberg, Charles Hitcheu, S Hale, Mary E Clark, 44 Unknown, A Knox, ti Unknow n, 51rs Hulmen, Charles Hitchen, kno\ Unknow n, Wilkinson ifc Hodgman, part commencing at sw cor It 5, thence mining east CO teet, thence No E line 29 feet, thence W 60 teet to W line, thence S 29 feet to place of begin- mng, Gustaf Bersr, hf 4 Newell, 1 10 Geo McKiu/ie, 1 Am't taxes 1875. 7 13 9 98 998 20 66 7 98 798 798 14 21 Town of Vasa, Goodhue County. TOWN 112. RANGE 16. Wm S Grow, se qr ne qr Same, ne qr se qr Pehr Anderson, sw qrnw qr Densmore, ne qr nw Same. se qr nw qr John Pehrson, 17 69-100 acres in hf sw qr Same, ne qr nw qr Same, ...

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. — 26 July 1876

Spates dk Cci.'s Addition to Red Wing, being a Subdivision of part of Lots 2 and 3, in Block 4, of Freeborn & Co.'8 Addi tion to Red Wing. Names. Sheldon, Gavlord, iiHoyt's Lt. Fredrech & Hack, Sarah 0 Ross, n'ly qr of do Joseph Arkens' lot 3 do 20 feet side of lot 4-* „. 11.84 Second Subdivision of Lot 5 Peter Lindell, lot 5 9.30 Loncor's Subdivision, of Lots 12, 13 and 14 of Block 1 in East Red Ming. Percis E Sexton, lot 4 .. do lot 5 John Veeder, lot 6 James Lawther, part of lot 7 commencing at sw cor of lot running thence: n'ly along e'ly line of Bluff st 47 feet thence e'ly 88 feet, thence s'ly 47 feet, thence w'ly 88 feet to point ot bej»inninj» Malony, lot 7 except 47 ft & by 88 ft & vr in sw'ly cor of lot James Lawther, lot 9 Smith's Addition to Red Ming. Nicholas Benton, part lot 26 beginning at sw'Jy cor of lot running thence n'ly 41 deg" S9 links, thence 64 deg 31 links to centre of road, thence 13 deg west 210 links along said road, thenoe 53 deg 1301ink3...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 26 July 1876

THE GBAN&E ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY. JULY 26, 1876. H. II. YOUSii. Publisher A Editor. Centennial Letter. For the ADVINCK. BRISTOL, PA. July 18th, 1876. The readers of the ADVANCE doubtless know all about the torch light procession, military parade, and general turnout- in the Centen- nial city, on the Fourth of July, which some way seemed to com- mence on the ni«t, and last four days. They know that Richard Henry Le read the Declaration, that Win. H. Evarts delivered the oration, and that Bayard Taylor re- cited an original poem. They know just as well, and heard about as much of as some who were in the outskirts of the assembly at Inde- pendence Square, but there is a part of the proceedings of the day upon which this information may be moie meagre, viz.: the National Woman's Suffrage Meeting, held at Dr. May's church, corner of Tenth and Locust Streets, at which the Women's Declaration of Rights was read by Mrs. Stanton. This declar- ation was drawn up at 1,431 Chest- nut Street, t...

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 July 1876

The Original Jewish and Chris-' tian Sabbath. No. in. Having established what the law requires that the fifteenth and sixteenth of. Abib, the first and second days of the feast of unleavened bread, should annually fall on Saturday and Sunday, from and after the year of the exode and that the latter was the appointed day (after reaching the land promised) of offering the sheaf of first fruits by the priest, we proceed to the examina tion of the next and connecting institu tion, according to the calendar then given by Moses: "And ye shall count unto you from the morrow after the Sabbath, from the day that ye brought the sheaf of the wave offering seven Sabbaths shall be complete even unto the morrow after the seventh &abbath shall ye number fifty days and ye shall offer a new meat offering unto the Lord" (Ex. xxiii. 15, 16). This is the first instance of counting Sunday the first day of the week. I resulted for typical purposes, from the appointment of Satj urday, the sixth day of...

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 July 1876

A List of Land!) a lott», in the County of Goodhue, a State of Minnesota, upon Taxe Remaine Delinquent and linpaid on he a of 1 8 7 6 STATE OF MIXNESOIA, COUNTT OF GOOD HUE— ss. District Court, First Judicial District. The State of Minnesota to all persons, com panies, or corporations who have or claim any estate, righr, title, or interest in, claim to, or lien upon, any of the several pieces or par cels of land in the list hereto attached, de scribed The list of taxes on real estate for the county of Goodhue, remaining delinquent on the first day of June, 1S76, has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, in the county of Goodhue, of which that hereto attaclied is a copy. Therefore, you, and each of yon, are hereby required to file, in the office of said Clerk, within twenty (420) days after the last publica tion of this notice, your answer in writing, setting forth any objection or defense you may have to the taxes, or any part thereof, upon any piece or parcel...

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 July 1876

Names of Owners. No. 26 links thence 4 chains, 9-2 links, to point of begin ning Halvor Olson, lot 9. except 10 acres one side and 1 acre in nw corner 19 51.17 William Mills, whf sw qr nw ar 25 20 John A Shaar, ne qr ne qr 26 40 Wm Miller, 7 acres in nw qr of qr, commencing at a point 60 rods of nw corner of nw qr of ne qr, running thence 14 rods to the bank of the Znmbro river, thence se'ly along tne bank of said river KX rods, thence 581*0, 3 32 chuins, thence 26#°, 8.47J4 chains, thence 51°, 3.204 chains, thence 2°, to the bank of said river, thence ne'Jyon river bank to point of beginning Win Miller, 9 acres in nw qr of neqr Wm Miller, 22 acres nw qr ne qr John Paulson, 2 acres in ee cor ner of se qr of te qr Wm Miller, 32 acres in se qr of ne qr Wm Miller, sw qr ne qr Am't Uses 1875. Subdivision. of to Acs 10 809 5.95 7 47 11.70 0.50 26 Larson,? acres in re qr oi sw qr Andrew Johnbon,8 hfnwqrsw qr Osten Andersen, 6 acres inn hf of nw qr of sw qr Ole Johnson, 7 acres inn hf of a...

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 July 1876

l^Syfci^S-p-nrWr.'W. ,, „,. ., INQUIRE for Dr. Crary's Diamond Dentifrice. For sale by drugists gener ally. THE Board of County Commission ers met on Monday Inst at the Court House in this city. Mr. Wm. Hayman, senior of Hay Creek, informs us that the chinch bug is ruining the wheat in that vicinity. SELTZER AY11^1' imported from Eu rope and warranted genuine just re ceived and for sale by Freiderick & Hack. 42 tf THE list of taxes delinquent and un paid for the year 1875 will be found on the inside pages of this weeks paper. SOME of our regular advertisements are necessarily crowded out this week. We will make amends by extra local notices in the early future as soon as business revive*. THE M. E. Sabbath School is having a picnic on the island to-day, and are as merry as youngsters are apt to be when surrounded by pleasant circum stances. THE McCormick harvesting machin ery is in demand and Mr. Brooks, the agent for this locality, is as busy as he can be filling orders from hi...

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 August 1876

VOL. III. "The True Inwardness." The democrats and so-called in dependent party leaders, seem un willing to believe that anybody else possesses intelligence, honesty, or sincerity. Notwithstanding that Gen. Hayes' letter of acceptance is an explicit declaration of senti ments mainly in accord with the professions made by themselves, they seem not to tire of misrepre senting the contents of that docu ment. tell us that if he is elected he will continue the policy of the present administration, yet they have not nearly as good rea son for that assertion as we would have for declaring that if Mr. 7'il den is elected he will adopt the pol icy pursued by Boss Tweed and his Tammany associates. True, Gen. Hayes belongs to the same party that elected Grant, but he is no more responsible lor the latter's conduct than is the humblest individual in that organization and if it is maintained that party associ ation involves such responsibility, it must follow that Mr. Tilden is res ponsible for ...

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 August 1876

*\Auntie" Lucy Porter, the Protector of Help less Offspring of Sin. From the Cincir.tiati Commercial. Sometimes children are born on the levee—children of poor outcast women, to whom maternity is rather a curse than a blessing. It seems somewhat odd, indeed, that children should be born amid such scenes of reckless shame and reeking sin, but many a lit tle one has first opened its great black eyes to the light in some one of those gioomy and dilapidated levee buildings, from whose windows the dark women wave gaily-hued handkerchiefs to de parting vessels. Brown, vigorous, bright-eyed, pretty waifs these infants oftentimes are unscathed by the sin of their birth, and exhibiting even in earliest babyhood the quaintest cun ning and funniest merriment imagina ble. But the little ones are seldom long nursed by their own mothers and the cry of a child is seldom heard along the Rows in the night stillness. So, in view of the fact that these babies mostly inherit very vigorous constitu tion...

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 August 1876

"Auntie" Lney Porter, the Protector ofKeln less Offspring of Sin. Vrom tlio Cincinnati Commercial. Sometimes children are born on the levee—children of poor outcast women, to whom maternity is rather a curse than a blessing. It seems somewhat odd, indeed, that children should he born amid such scenes of reckless shame and reeking sin, but many a lit tle one has first opened its great black eyes to the liejht in some one of those gloomy and dilapidated levee buildings, from whose windows the dark women wave gaily-hued handkerchiefs to de parting vessels. Brown, vigorous, bright-eyed, pretty waifs these infants oftentimes are unscathed by the sin of their birth, and exhibiting even in earliest babyhood the quaintest cun ning and funniest merriment imagina ble. rut the little ones are seldom long nursed by their own mothers and the cry of a child is seldom heard along the Hows in the night stillness. So, in view of the fact that these babies mostly inherit very vigorous constitu tions,...

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 August 1876

*e RED SOSE. A SONG. A red rose gleamed in the sun's glad raj A gallant he plucked it and rode awaj.«ns "There's naught for the ladye that I love best But arose for the one that's loveliest." Two maidens as fair as fair can be,. And one was loved, but which was she? %#'. "A rose, my ladies," the page doth cry *'That's why the gallant came riding by. There's naught forthe ladye that he loves best, But arose for the one that's loveliest."* Said one oi the twain, "He thinks me fair So she set the rose in her golden hair. Then said the other, "It fain must be He thinks thee fair, but his love's for me." But the knight that rode in his pride of might. Won death as the prize or the 'well-fought fight And the maiden that chose the better part Won a red rose and a broken heart. N I N A E S N A E S Odd Experience that may Be Had in Penn sylvania. Correspondence Xew York Sun. The party was to start from the cabin of Jake Smith, whose home is 4 miles from Snipe Creek, on a spur of the Blue Rid...

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 August 1876

5*S RED ROSE. A SONG. A red rose gleamed in the sun's glad ray A gallant he plucked it and rode away. "There's naught for the ladye that I love best But arose for the one that's loveliest." Two maidens a & fair as fair can be, And one was loved, but which was she "A rose, my ladies," the page doth cry "That's why the gallant came riding by. There's naught for the ladye that he loves best, But arose lor the one that's loveliest." Said one oi the twain, "He thinks me fair So she set the rose in her golden hair. Then said the other, "It lain must be He thinks thee lair, but his love's for me." But the knight that rode in his pride of might, Won death as the prize of the well-fought fight And the maiden that chose the better part Won a red rose and a broken heart. N I N A E S N A E S Odd FApcrieuco that maj Bo H«ul ia Pnn sjlvania. Correspondent Xew Voi bun. The party wasto start from the cabin of Jake Smith, whose home is 4 miles from Snipe Creek, on a spur of the Blue Ridi that ju...

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 August 1876

THE G2ANGE ABVANOS. ^WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2, 1876. H. II. YOUNG, Publisher A Editor. Centennial Letter. No. 3. i"or the AuvANth. BRISIOL, PA. July 28th, 1876. RELICS. The average American i$ literal- ly death on relics. All that ib an- cient and venerable, all that savor* of distinction, whether royal, mili- tary or intellectual, finds favor in his eyes, but receives no mercy at his hands. Witness the bedstead at Mount Vernon which was doomed to destruction for having given aid and comfort to the great Washington—the innocent piece of furniture being so multiplied by the knives of those latter-day Vandals, the relic-hunters, that its remains had to be lemoved and a fac-simile set up in its place. At Abbotsford, where the re- seal che- of that antiquarian bard, Sir Walter Scott, collected a multi- tude of things teeming with associa- tion, of "auld lang syne," the rooms are shown to a limited number of visitors for the good reason that the attendant has but one pair of eyes, and could n...

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 August 1876

XCELLENT ADVICE—State Mas Lllen, of Missouri, in his last letter le Rural "World, gives, in a very space, the purposes of the order the duties of its members, as fol- 111, or nearly all, now begin to see •ly that the grange is just what we it that it will not run itself any than our farms will run them !8. The purposes of the grange wise, just and noble, but it ires labor to carry them out. This _ue of every pursuit of life. The ufacturer, the man of commerce the professional man all know this, for the successful man in any uit, and you will find a man who labored dilligently in his business, at the very first proposition in leclaration of purposes: 1. 'Unit the strong and faithful tie of ag "ture, we mutually resolve to labor he good of our order, our country mankind.' :es that mean that we expect good me to ourselves—the great agri iral class—our country, or mankind, out effort or labor No sane man es any such calculations, The' -fc advantage that the grange gives that it brings u...

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