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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 2 August 1876

The Grange Advance H. II. YO UNO, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR REDWING MINNESOTA If there is any class of swindlers whom it is desirable the law should reach and clutch, it is those who prey upon emigrants. Minister Washburn will spend the summer at Carlsbad. If Carl's bad as his name our Minister ought to be in better company—say that of Shearman at the Twin Mountain House. The will of Colonel Price,/'the mil lionaire brewer." is now contested. His children will be provided for wherever found. Two of his widows are left without money and without Price. A man who had been wounded in a railroad accident was denied admission io a hotel at Oakland, California, be cause he might keep the boarders awake and, in the morning, the boarders all left because he was notwound. cared for. The death of Sojourner Truth is an-the nounced. It has been said that though crushed to earth Truth shall rise again. Foiks in this section think it is about .time the resurrection begun, for theChinese -crushing ou...

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 August 1876

Minnesota Productiveness. The Place for the Man with Moderate Means or with no Means at all to Secure a Home. The following extracts are made from a letter written by Thomas Dowse, Secretary of the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce, to the Spring field (Mass.,) Republican: The increased acreage over 1875 put under cultivation in Minnesota, this season, is very large in one county along the line of the Northern Pacific railroad, over forty thousand acres are being broken. Along this same road are six prarie counties of the same fertility, besides five timber or forest counties. On one farm of 36, 000 acres on this road, a single tract of 6,000 acres is being broken on this to-day they are plowing farrows six miles long,—out and return to dinner, out and return to supper, one team making four furrows or 24 miles per day. At the Fargo United States Land Office (at the Red river crossing ot the Northern Pacific), in the month of May last alone, there were 99 pre-emptions and 20 homestead fil...

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 August 1876

HARVESTERS are arriving by cor loads, and the ruling prices for wages is $ 2.50 per day. "HOUSEWIFE'S FAVORiTE."-Sueh has D. B. DcLand A Co.'s Best Chemical Saleratus proved itself. Being always full weight, and the very best quality. MILTON WILSON, \ho killed his wife and cut his own throat in Roscoe, some three weeks ago, has recovered from his wound. He is iu jail in this city and very despondent and wretched. MESSRS. DENSMORK BROS foundry and machine shop presents a very "busy appearance just now, and they are doing an immense amount of work in the way of repairing farm machinery for the coming harvect and threshing season. A. D. HoYr has removed his confec tionery bakery and mating house from Plum street to Third street west of Bush, where he proposes to keep a tip top establishment. HARVEST has commenced fairly and a good deal of wheat will be cut in this locality before the close of the present week. The crop throughout this county will not probably excee done half of last ye...

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 August 1876

VOL. The Acceptance Letters. a ters of Messrs. Tilden and Hen- dricks, accepting the ions and they are able production? nominations,, and must admit Llutlt the cam-ass, but that he has careful ly perused Governor Hayes' letter, and as far as he gives any expres sion of opinion on subjects of vital importance he agrees with the lat ter. service perpetuation of our free institutions, and arrives at the conclusion that this can best be secured by making the President ineligible for re-elect ion. He proposes that this shall be done by the adoption of a constitu tional amendment, and to this extent For instance, he urges civil Detuatio of our free institutions his recommendation is, perhaps, an improvement on Gov. Hayes, He does not. however, pledge himself 1 ., uuuiiuir), uid.1 uncertainty in which our are now involved that has had and is still having such depressing and Mr. Hendricks is, also, in favor of civil service reform agrees substan tially with Mr. Tilden on the curren cy quest...

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 August 1876

Namesof Owners. No. S Continued from th W Frybui ger, qr no qr Same, Same, se qr Same, sw qr qr 11 Akers, qr se qr Same, nw qr se Same, se qr se qr Same, sw qr se qr Howatd Libbey, 12 acres on side of qr of ne qr Same, ne qr qr McManus, nw qr sw qr Same, sw qr sw qr Piederick Running, lot 1 Louis Stouke, se qr nw qr Same, sw qr nw Unknown, se se qr John Heath, sw qr se qr Edwin liawley, qr sw qr Same, nw qr sw Same, Samp, sw qr sw qr Am't taxes 1875. ud page. 20 20 20 20 21 21 21 21 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 f7.13 9.98 9.98 20.66 7.98 7.9S 7.98 14.21 28 28 33 33 34 35 35 36 36 36 36 36 36 12.60 40 40 40 47.55 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 7.48 10.48 9.98 8.66 6.94 6.98 9.48 5.95 4.76 4.39 4.39 4.39 4.39 Town of Vasa, Goodhue County. TOWN. 112. HANGS 16. Wm S Grow, Be J4 ne Same, ne se Pehr Anderson, ew $4 nw 4 4 Yx 5 11 Dcnamore, ne nw 6 S«mc, ee *4 nw John E Fehrson, 17.69 acres hf ew in 17.60 40 23.25 40 23.25 40 23.75 Same, ne nw YK 7 S im«, nw V\ uvr Hans Hanson, se nw Samr, sw 34 nw Sa...

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 August 1876

45 feet, thence on a line parallel with w'ly line of lot 6 to the s'ly line of lot 7, being a strip 60 ft wide off east side of lot 7 S Jennison, lot 8, Phelps & Taber, und'd hf lot A, Claus Peterson, lots 1 and 2 block 1, except St & track, Andrew Danielson, hf It 4, Ihock 1, except St & I track, Dan's Stevens, It 2, bk 3, John P. Hanson, part lot 1, commencing, at a point on the w'ly line of 5th st, 8 feet e'ly from the w'ly corner of lot, and running 1 hence e'ly along 5th st 36 feet, thence in a s'ly direction to a point on sw'ly side of lot, 75 feet se'ly from said w'ly cor, thence along said sw'ly side 65 feet, thence in a straight line to point of beginning, Michael Murphy, lot 4, John Day, lot 7, Ellen Hanson, lot 11, Peterson, whf of 19, A Swanson, hf of 23, A Halmstrom, hf of 23, John Hanson, lot B, S Brooks, lot 6, AmtTax Hay Creek, 1 03 Woodley, hf lot 20, 2 03 lot 21, 3 85 James Lawther, lot 24, 1 31 4t0. F. Smith's Subdivision of part of nw or of nw qr of S...

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 August 1876

THS GBANGE ADVANCE. W E N E S A A S 9, 1876. H. II. YOUNG, Publisher A Editor. An Unwarranted Assumption. a week's .Argus contains the following a.i the in paragraph of a principal editorial: "For eight years |ast the Republicans have admitted the rascalities aud stealing •joiDg on in their ranks, and hive endeav ored to quiet the fears of the better portion by promising reform and punishment to the offenders. ''Let us-reform within the party" say they "and not stultify ourselves by join ing the opposition." What has been the result7 Simply that their promises to re» Jorui perished with the paper on which they were written as wa intended they should, and the festering«orc ot corruption, instead of being healed, has spread until it extends from the White House to the lowest official in the land." I this true id the Republi a admit anything of the sort eight years a go us think a Kight years a go the leaders of both the old paitie were rivalling a other in their efforts to induce (Jen...

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 August 1876

Stanton Letter. STANTON, Aug. 4th, 1876. Dear Sir: Our democratic friends have a good deal to say about the uae of the "bloody shirt," by republicans, in this canvass. Now it strikes me that the democratic orators and newspapers have a great deal more to say about this business than republicans. They utter ten words about it where republicans utter one. But I would like to hear them say whether it is not the duty of citizens generally to denounce such occurrences as the Hamburg massacre and the per petrators of such outrages. Nobody would attempt to hold the democratic party responsible for such things if its press and speakers did not take it upon themselves to defend those who perpe trate them. By so doing, they make themselves responsible, at least, for the sentiments which give rise to such dis graceful offences. There is probably no truth in the statement that any large number of re publicans will "bolt the ticket this fall if Mr. Strait is nominated," but it is nevertheless tr...

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 August 1876

w^ A List of Lauds and Lots in the County of Goodhue? and Stale of Minnesota, upon Taxes re mained Delinquent and Unpaid on the First Da of June 1876. STATE I MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF GOODHUE^ District Court, First Judicial District. istriet The Slate of Minnesota to all persons, compa nies or corporations, who have or claim any estate, right, title, or interest in, claim to or lien upon, auy of the several pieces or j»ar cels of laud iu the list heieto attached, de scribed The list of taxes on real estate for the county of Goodhue, remaining delinquent on the first day of June, 1876, has been hied in the office of the clerk of the District Court in the county of Goodhue, of which that hereto attacked is a copy. Therefor*, you and each of jou are hereby required to file in the office of said clerk,witinn twenty(20)days after the last pub• lication of this notice, your answer in writing, setting forth any objection or defense you may have to the taxes, or anjj part thereof, upon any piec...

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 August 1876

Names of Owners Subdivision of Section, Lot or Block 41 16 40 40 40 ?o 30 20 40 40 40 40 Hans Hanson, no qr nc qr tiunder Stronncd,nw qr ne qr 16 Gtinder Hanson, &c qr ne qr 16 Aufin Larson, hf nw qr ne qr 17 hi ew qr ne qr 17 John Johnson, ehfneqrnwqr 17 Knnt Markerson, lot 2 18 40 acres in lot 3 18 Ole Aslnkson, .let 6 18 Knnt Markerson, Jot 5 18 Christian Gronvold, 2.09 acres in hf of lot 6, beginning at the centre of the 8 line of lot 6, rnnningthence 4 chains, 26 links thence 4 chains, 92 links thence 4 chains, 26links thences 4 chains. 92 links, to point of begin ning, 19 2.09 5.95 Halvor Olson, lot 9, except 10 acres one side and 1 acre in nw corner, 19 5117 7.47 Wm Mills, whf swqr nwqr 25 20 11.70 John A Skaar, ne qr ne qr 26 40 6.50 Wm Miller, 7 acres in nw qr of ne qr, commencing at a point rods of n,w corner of nw qr of ne qr, running thence 14 rods, to the bank oi the Znmbro river, thence se'lv along the bank ot said river 1S4 rods, thence 58!4 deg W3.32 chains, then...

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 August 1876

MR. F. W. HOYT and wife start for a visit to the Centennial 'to-morrow. O. M. Hall, Esq., and family left on Monday for Ohio and the Centennial. WM. FEATUERSTOXE, is expected home about the middle of September. WHEAT is quoted at 65c. for No. 2, and 75c. for No. 1, but none is arr iv ing. F. STERRETT, Esq., Jfiyor of Red Wing, is home again from the Cen tennial. MR. BROOKS sold this season, twenty McCormick harvesters in the township of Goodhue. GOOD BOARD by the -week, day or meal, at Opera Hall Restaurant. Boarders wanted. "CHEAP CKUKLEV", at the clothing store in hotel block, is selling clothing at remarkably low figures. MR. 0.31. Sprake has taken to the road. He is now the traveling agent for anew sewing machine for leather work. MR. IRA MURPHY, of cannon Falls, report wheat looking well through the county between the Falls and this city. THE Court House is to have new steps, and the front part of the grounds on fifth street is to be protected with a stone wall. WE regret to se...

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. — 16 August 1876

VOL. III. The McCormick Binder, We have given the matter of bind ing grain by machinery a good deal of attention, during the past six years, and have experienced not a little anxiety for its successful ac complishment, because of the belief that it will tend to diminish the ex pense of raising grain, and thus les sen the price of this universally nec essary article, while, at the same time, increasing the profits of the agriculturalists of the Northwest. Our attention was firsc called to the matter by an invitation to witness a trial of the Whitney Binder, which took place near Rochester, in this State, in 1S70. Since that time we have had op portunities of seeing several other binders in operation, and all of them have certainly bound grain and did it well under certain favor able circumstances, but they have all possessed a common failing. Tn every instance, so it seemed to us, the machinery has been too com plicated and delicate for practical use, and experiments have proved that...

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. — 16 August 1876

A MAmt of a a in he of a Stat of in a on 'Which a a in in a a id on he a of 18T6. STATE CP MINNESOTA, COCNTT OF GOODHUB, District Court. First Judicial District. The list of taxes on real estate for the county of Goodhue, remaining delinquent on the first day of June, 1876, has been filed in theoffior of the clerk of the District Court in the ebuntv of Goodhue, of which that hereto attached is a copy. Therefore, you and each of you are hereby required to file in the office of said clerk,within twenty(20)days after the last pub lication 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 of land described in said list, in, to or on which you have or claim any estate, right, title, interest, claim or lien. And in default thereof, judgment will be entered against such piece or parcel of land for the taxes on said list appearing against it. and for all penalties, interest and cost. Dated ...

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. — 16 August 1876

Names of Owners Subdivision of Section, Lot or Block Zambro river, thence se*lv along the bank ot said river 18*4 rods, thence 584 deg 3.32 chains, thence Sift deg 2.47H chains, thence 51 deg 3.20* chains, thence 2 deg to the bank of said river, thence ne'Iy on river bank to point of be. ginning, Wm Miller, 9 acres in nw qr of ne qr 22 acres nw qr ne qr John Paulson, 2 acres in *e cor ner of se qr of ne qr Wm Miller, 32 acres in sc qr of neqr sw qr ne qr 3 Sampson, a parcel of land ne qr of ne qr, commencing 58 rods from the ne corner of sec 1, rnnning thence se'ly 72 rods, thence 14 rods, thence 72 thence 14 rods to place of beginning, contain ing four acres and 8 square rods 1 Ole Peterson Underdalen and Lileskog, 1.70 acres in side ot ne qr of eqr 1 Unknown, 9 82 acres in ne qr of ne qr 1 Ole Peterson Underdalen and Lileskog, balance 11.42 acres nw qr ne qr 1 Peter Lowe,10 acres ins qr of ne qr, com'cing sw cor running thence 80 rods, thence 16 rods,thenceJs 12 a rods, thence se ...

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. — 16 August 1876

Names of Subdivision Owners S 0 1 Lot or Block Hans Hanson, ne qr nc qr IS Gander Strouncd,nw qr ne qr 16 Gundcr Hanson, te qr ne qr IB Aufin Larson, hf nw qr nc qr 17 ht sw qr ne qr 17 John Johnson, hf ne qr nw qr 17 Knnt Markerson, Jot 2 18 _, ," 40 acres in lots 18 Ole Aslakson, Jot 6 18 Knut Markerson, lot 5 18 Christian Gronvold, 2.09 acres in hf of lot 6, beginning at the centre of the line of lot 8, running thence 4 chains, 26links thence 4 chains, 92 links thenrce 4 chains, 96links thenceB 4 chains, 92 links, to point of begin ning, Halvor Olson, lot 9, except 10 acres one side and 1 acre in nw corner, Wa Mills, hf sw qr nw qr 86 John A Skaar, ne qr ne qr 26 Wm Miller, 7 acres in nw qr of ne qr. commencing at a point 60 rods of nw cornerof nw qr of ne qr, running thence 14 rods, to the bank of the lA Amtof taxes delq for 1875. $7.6* 7.86 ,,7.66 3.84 3.84 384 4,27 3 40 •437 5.10 40 40 40 30 20 20 40 40 40 40 19 Zumbro river, thence sc'lr along the bank ot said river 18* rods,...

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. — 16 August 1876

TEE GBAN&E ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 16, 1876. YOUNCr, Publisher & Editor. The Financial Issue. We have experienced no change of opinion whatever on the money question, nor has our desire for the adoption of the "greenback system'' abated. We still believe that in that policy only will be found per manent exemption from ruinous ex pansions and contractions of the currency, and consequent security against alternations of undue elation and depression of business. And moreover, we implicitly believe that in a few years, that, system will be adopted, and that the experiment will prove eminently satisfactory. But we cannot avoid seeing that the financial issue is not the only topic demanding attention, nor feel ing the conviction that persistent efforts to force it upon the public are calculated rather to retard than hasten its adoption. In other words, we know that it is nonsense to try to compel people to accept the opinions we entertain, until we shall first prove to them, by...

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. — 16 August 1876

Centennial Letter No. 4. the ADVAITCB. JRISTOL, PA., Aug. ioth, 1876. ne might as well turn over the res of a book, and think he had read is to viait the Exposition Art Gal once or twice and consider himself able of passing judgment upon it many hasten through the great nber of rooms in Memorial Hall and annex and proceed to write a critique more positiveness than if they had fied long enough to find out what is ire. In none of the departments are .more forcibly reminded that there "many men of many minds" than )he Art department. And then we 1 all criticise whether we appreciate I understand or not. Picking up a ~~')er recently I read "There is the lity of the Austrian gallery, the las- Siousness of the French, the sturdi is of the German, the variety of the aericans," etc. The variety is very •ceptible, but the nudity is not con to the Austrian gallery, neither I I imagine why the charge of las uousness is laid to the French, and inclined to think with Mrs. Part ton that in some c...

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. — 16 August 1876

Continued from third page. No. Subdivision Names of Owners. Akers, ame, I/ame, Same, McManus, nw qr BW qr 33 8ame, sw qr sw qr 33 Frederick Henning, lot 1 34 Louis Stouke, se qr nw qr 35 8ame, sw qr nw.qr 35 Unknown, se qr se qr 36 John Heath, sw qr se qr 36 Bdwin Hawley, ne qr sw qr 36 Same, nwqr sw qr 36 Same, se qr sw qr 36 Same, sw qr sw qr 36 Lindholm, 39 acres ol se hi sw?4 S3 39 5.55 Towx. 113. RAJCGE 16. Unknown. 14% acres in se hi ne }4,lot2 28 14.50 1.56 Celista Williams, 6% acres in sefcse J£, lot 8 29 6.50 .69 Jacob Robertson, 27 acres in ne seX, lot 2 31 27 .74 Same, 17 acres in nw hi se 54, lots 31 17 .55 Same. mhi»ihi 31 40 3.10 HGDensmore, sw J4 se h\ 31 40 6.63 Mons Pehrson, 17 acres in se hi sw&, lot 6 31 17 1.87 Celista Williams, 8 acres in nw J4 ne hi, lot 1 32 8 .88 Town of Cannon Falls, Goodhue Co., Minnesota. Name. Gustaf Berg, hf 4 36 14 08 W Newell 1 37 do 10 37 Geo McEinzie, 1 38 do 2 38 do 3 38 do 4 38 do 5 38 do 6 38 do 7 38 do 8 38 do 9 38 do 10 38 C...

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. — 16 August 1876

,.. -^^^^V«h*^*^»M»a»»»*Mti»aW»^^ Wing." John Day, lot 7, Ellen Hanson, lot 11, "Ladd's Out Lots." 8 Newell, lot 8, A Malenberg, e'ly °*lot 9, Fredereka Carson, lot 10, John Hanson, whf of 12, S Greenwood, lot 13, ex cept 6 rods e'ly and w'ly 20 rods and s, in nw cor of lot, and lot 14, Nels Olson, lot 18, John A Kempe, 2 acres off -Jnw'ly end of hf lot 8, Simon Marks, that part of lots 14 and 15 lying of Hay Creek, Woodley, hf lot 20, lot 21, James Lawther. lot 24, Hubbard, lot 2, Andrew Malmberg, lot B, AmtTax 45 feet, thence on a line parallel with w'ly line of lot 6 to the s'ly line of lot 7, being a strip 60 ft wide off east side of lot 7 $13 54 8 Jennison, lot 8, 60 93 Phelps & Taber, und'd hf lot A, 3 18 Wilkinson 's Addition. Claus Peterson, lots 1 and 2 block 1, except St & CRRtrack, $9 30 Andrew Danielson, hf It 4, block 1, except St &CR track, 1 81 Dan»l Stevens, It 2, bk 3, 15 22 "T. K. Simmon's Subdivision of Lot 10, Block 2, in East Bed Wing." John P. Hanso...

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. — 16 August 1876

Is A liquor than his bond seller's promise better NINX saloons squelched in one day! —and for but a single day THOSE of our readers who want threfihers are referred to Mr. E. L. Baker's advertisement on the first page. THE residence of Mr. Manfred, at Bay City, was robbed on Sunday last by a couple of youthful tramps, who escaped. THE livery stable of Raymond and Wright is well supplied with stock and vehicles and is a good place at which to hire a team. CALIFORNIA, Southern and Minne sota fruits, melons, &c, of the very fin est descriptions on hand and for sale cheap at Zirkelback's. THE Patrons of Husbandry will have their harvest feast on the 15th of Sep tember, at Hay Creek. A programme will be published next week. THE State Educational Association will meet in this city on Tuesday eve ning next and continue in session until the Thursday afternoon following. THE Zumbrota Independent says that some of the harvesters are so anx ious to get along with their work that they work ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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