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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 23 August 1876

VOL. III. The Congressional Nominee. We are glad to see that a more rational spirit is prevailing respecting the congressional nomination in this district. The first consideration of the republican voters ought to be to put a man on their ticket who is competent and worthy next that he shall be able to attract a suffi cient vote to make his election sure. .As for his location in the district it is not so much a matter of mo ment, for if he is truly fitted for the position he will not be partial sin his official conduct to any locality. It does strike us, however, that that part of the district which is expect ed to give the largest proportion of the votes should have its wishes de ferred to, and when it presents a candidate, the convention ought to accept him, unless a sufficient rea son can be given to satisfy sM sen sible people that his nomination will be inexpedient. In the present instance, (loodhue county presents the name of Mr. Thacher, and many of the stsrcnch est republica...

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. — 23 August 1876

A lAmt of Lands and Lots In the County of Goodhue, and State of Wnnesota, upon -which Taxes re mained Delinquent and Unpaid on the First Day of June 1876. STATE CF MIXKBSOTA, CoCHTT OP GoODHCB District Court. First Judicial District The State of Minnesota to all persons, compa nies or corporations, who have or olaim any estate, right, title, or interest in, claim to or lien upon, auy of the several pieces or par cels of land in the list heieto attached, de scribed: The list of taxes on real estate for the county ef Goodhue, remaining delinquent on the first day of June, 1876, has been filed in the office of the clerk of the District Court in the county 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 ordefense you may hare to the taxes, or any part thereof, upon any piece or pa...

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 August 1876

W $ans HMjtson, ne qr ne qr 16 40 $7.66 Wander jt.8trouned,nw qrneqr 16 40 7.66 Gender Hanson, eeqrneqr 16 40 7.66 Anfln Larson, whfnW qrneqr 17 90 8.84 vy WW aw qr ne qr 17 20 3 84 Joan Johnson, ebfneqrnwqr SO 384 Rant Markerson, lots 18 40 4.97 40 acres in lots 18 40 8 40 QjfAalakeon, lot 6 18 40 4 27 KantMarkerson, lots 18 40 6.10 Oaristian Gronvold, 2.09 acres in hf of lot 6, beginning at M. the centre of the line of lot Jg* 6, running thence 4 chains, 26links thence n4 chains, 92 links thence 4 chains, 26links thences 4 chains. mtfO links, to point of begin* nin 19 2.09 5.95 Ivor Olson, lot 9, except 10 "acres on side and 1 acre in Saw corner, 19 5117 7.47 Mills, whfswqrnwq 25 20 11.70 aABkaar, neqrneqr 26 40 6.50 _i Miller, 7 acres in nw qr of ne qr, commencing at a point 60 rods of nw corner of nw qr of ne qr, running thepee 14 rods, to the bank of the "t Znmbro river, thence se'lr t,, along the bank oi said river #~wH 18 rods, thence a 58H deg .,„ 3.83 chains, thence s2«£ %f...

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 August 1876

TH2T GRANGE ADVAHCTa? WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 23, 1876. YOUK w, Publisher & Editor. Republican Nominees. For President— R. B. HAYES, Ohio For Vice President— WM. A WHEELER, N. Y. For Prcsidentinl Electors— State—C. K. DAVIS, Ramsey: —S. MII.LLK, Cottonwoou ist. Dis.—A. J. EDCHRTON 2d. —A. K. FINSKTH 3J. A N S MATTSON For Cona res8, (Second District,)— Not yet nominated For county Auditor— S. J. Wu.l.ARD For Sheriff— Af. S. VNDI LR Fur Register of Deeds— CHARLES I I For Judge of Probate— N. O. WKRNLR For county Attorney— J. MCCIVUUK: For Surveyor— WILLIAM DANFORIH For Coroner— DR. E. S. PARKSS For Court Commissioner— N. O. WLRXER For Commissioner, 4th District— A. J. GRAVES For Commissioner, 5th District— K. TETHER. The Past and Future. One year has expired since we purchased the GRANGE ADVANCE office, and, with feelings of sincere gratitude to Divine Providence and our kind patrons, we are happy to jy that it has been one ot the most pleasant years of our life. The busi ness of the of...

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 August 1876

BY VASTER OF STATE GRANGE Worthy Brothers and Sisters:— It will be remembered by those dele gates in attendance upon the last ses sion of our State Grange, and-by those granges in which the proceedings of the last National Grange have been carefully read, that certain amendments were proposed to the fundamental law of the Order. The several States have taken action thereon, and the Worthy I Master of the National Grange has is 1 sued his proclamation declaring the 1 following to be in full force as a part of 1 the Constitution of the National Grange: Amendments numbered 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 13 and 14. 1 1 Amendment number 1 restores Past Masters of subordinate granges and their wives, who are Matrons, to seats, and renders them eligible to office in the State Grange, but not to vote. Number 3 removes the restriction as to the number of delegates from subor dinate to County Granges, and leaves the matter to be regulated by the State Granges. Number 4 restores Past Masters of State G...

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 August 1876

Continued from third page. No Subdivision. Names of Owners. SO 90 SO SO 31 31 31 31 se qr ne qr sw qr ne qr ne qr se qr Akers, _ame, ijame, Same, se qr se qr sw qr se qr Howard Libbey, 13 acres on side of qr of ne qr Same, ne qr qr TJMcManus, Same, sw qr sw qr Frederick Henning, lot 1 Louis Stouke, se qr nw qr Same, swqrnw.qr Unknown, se qr se qr John Heath, sw qr se qr Edwin Hawley, ne qr sw qr Same, nw qr sw qr Same, Same, sw qr sw qr 38 38 33 33 34 35 36 36 36 36 36 Town of Vasa, Goodhue County. TOWN. 112. KAHOI 16. Olson, seKaeJ 19 Same, aw sw 14 20 Johannes Peterson, hf hf hf nw nw J4 21 Hermann Johnson, ne 4 ne 54 25 Same, nwJ4ne*4 25 Same, se ne 25 Ole Manson, hf nw H, sw J4 28 Carl Lindholm, se se 34 82 Same, sw J4 se J4 32 Denamore, sw 34 se 34 31 40 Mons Pehrson, 17 acres in se 34 sw 34, lot 6 31 17 Celista Williams, 8 acres in nw 34 ne 34* lot 1 32 8 Knox, 8 28 1 27 do 9 28 5 41 do 10 28 4 97 Unknown, 3 31 59 Wilkinson and Hodgman, part lot 5 in block 35, commencing at sw...

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 August 1876

45 feet, thence on a line parallel with w'Jy 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 S Jefinison, lot 8, 60 92 Phelps & Taber, und'd hf lot A, 3 18. Wilkinson 'sAddition. Clans Peterson, lots 1 and 2 block 1, except St & track, 9 30 Andrew Danielson, hf It 4, block 1, except St 1 &CRRtrack, 131 1 Dan'l Stevens, It 2, bk 3, 15 22 "T. K. Simmon's Subdivision of Lot 1 10, Block 2, in East Bed Wing." 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 thence e'ly along 1 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, $ 2 54 Michael Murphy, lot 4, 12 63 l"T. K. Simmon's Subdivision of Lots 11 and 15, Block 1, in East Bed Wing." -John Day, lof7, Ellen Hanson, lot 11, "Ladd's Out Lots.' 8 Newell, ...

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 August 1876

OTHER locals on first page. WANTED-T-TO tent a farm on shares. 36w2 JOHN* II. STATES. REV. \V_. E. STANLY, started for a visit to his friends in the East on Mon day, and expects to take the centennial in his route. SAFE.—It is safe to say that no better Saleratus ean be made than D. B. De Land & Co.'s Best Chemical. Besides, it is full weight. WE will furnish the Advance from thi6 date till Nov. 10th for 25 cents in advance and from Sept. 1st till Jan 1st for 50 cents in advance. MR. E. P. L'OWATER returned on Saturday last from visiting friends "down east" and "doing" the centen. nial. He is looking finely. E. A. LEVI'S stock of summer wear, which he is selling at ruinously low prices, is not all gone yet. It will pay you to purchase and keep over for an other year. THE stage for Ellsworth, Wis., leaves the National Hotel at 1 o'clock, p. m. every Wednesday and Saturday, and all orders left at the hotel will receive prompt attention. BAPTIST SOCIABLE.—A lawn socia able will be ...

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 August 1876

VOL. III. —We will furnish the ADVANCE from this date till Nov. ioth for 25 cents advance, and from Sept. 1st till Jan. 1 st for 50 cents in ad vance. Business Prospects. There is a good deal of unneces sary croaking indulged in, and some persons seem to believe that busi ness in t!his country is irretrievably •ruined. If these would only re member the past and compare the present with it, they would soon perceive that seasons of similar de pression have occurred frequently hitherto in this and all other coun tries^ but that causes superior to legislation have always operated to bring about recovery and a renewal -of prosperity. T'hese self-same causes are gradually coming into operation now, and before another August we shall see the business of the country active and prosperous. Already the stagnation is giving place to preparations for increased activity. Public improvements are being projected, manufacturers are preparing to resume (operations in full, builders are receiving pro...

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 August 1876

A liist of Lands and Lots in the County of Goodhue, and State of Minnesota, upon -which Taxes re mained Delinquent and Unpaid on the First Day of June 1876. STATE CP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF GOODHUE, District Court. First Judicial District. The State 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, any of the several pieces or par cels of land in the list heieto attached, de scribed ict 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 the office of the clerk of the District Court in the county of Goodhue, of which that hereto attached is a copy. Therefore, you and each of yon are hereby required to file in the office of said clerk,within twenty(S0)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 pie...

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 August 1876

•#Mp«*TfM1r¥*«K«Si»$e' •P Names of Owners Subdivision of Section, Lot or Block Hans Hanson, ne qr nc qr Gander Strounea\nw qr ne qr Gander Hanson, se qr ne ax Align Larson, w&fmvqrne sw"qrM( Johnt Johnson, hf ne'qr **&$£?& Zfii nw corner, Wm Mills, hf sw qr nw qr John A Skaar, ne qr ne qr Wm Miller, acres in nw qr of ne 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 Zumbro river, thence se*ly along the bank ol said river 18ft rods, thence 58tf deg 3.32 chains, thence S6K deg 2.47*4 chains, thence a 51 deg 3.20X chains, thence 2 deg to the bank of said river, thence ne'ly on river bank to point of be* ginning, Wm Miller, 9 acres in nw qr of neqr 28 acres nw qr ne qr John Paulson, '2 acres in se cor ner of se qr of ne qr Wm Miller, 32 acres in se qr of neqr 28 sw qr ne qr 2ft Larson. 7 acres in ne qr sw qr 27 Andrew Johnson, hf nw qr sw TOWNSHIP 110, RANGB 18. S Sampson, a parcel of land in ne qr of ne qr, comme...

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 August 1876

Names of Subdivision Owners S Zumbro river, thence se'ly along the bank ot said river 184 rode, thence 58tf deg 3.32 chains, thence 26»4 deg 2.47V4 chains, thence 51 deg 3.20* chains, thence 2 deg to the bank of said river, thence ne'ly on river bank to point of be* ginning, 26 Wm Miller, 9 acres in nw qr of ne qr 26 22 acres nw qr ne qr s!6 John Paulson, 2 acres in se cor ner of se qr of ne qr 26 Wm Miller, 32 acres in sc qr of ne qr 26 sw qr ne qr 26 Olson, 4 acres in se qrof neqr 28 & Anderson, 4l/t acres in sw qr of sw qr 29 se qr se qr 30 sw qr se qr 30 Peter Anderson, 75.S7 acres in hf of ne qr 31 Lewis Anderson, 31 acres ons side of nw qr of nw qr 32 Lewis Anderson, sw qr nw qr 32 John Nelson, ne qr ne qr, except John Nelson, nw qr ne qr 33 se qr ne qr 33 sw qr ne qr 33 John Nel-nn Ottun, se qr nw qr 33 Regnald Olson, se qr nc qr 34 sw qr ne qr 34 29 85 acres in ne qr of nw qr, commencing at sw corner of ne qr of nw or, running thence 80 rods, thence 24 rods, thence 29 ro...

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 August 1876

TBS GEANGI ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 30, 1876. H. H. YOUK3, Publisher A Editor. Republican Nominees. For President— R. B..HAYES, Ohio For Vice President— WM. A. WHEELER, N. Y. .For Presidential Electors— State—C. K. DAVIS, Ramsey —S. MILLER, Cottonwood st. Di5.—A. J. EDGERTON 2d —A. K. FINSETH 3d. A N S MA-ITSON For Congress. (Second District,)— Not yet nominated For county Auditor— S. J. WILLARD For Sheriff— S. A N E For Register 01 Deeds— A E S E For Judge ot Probate— N O. W E N E For county Attorney— J. C. MCCLURE For Surveyor— W I I A A N O For Coroner— E. S. A S For Court Commissioner— N O. W E N E For Commissioner, 4th District— A. J. A E S For Commissioner, 5th District— F. E E School Teachers' Convention. The annual convention of the Minnesota State Educational Society met in this city on Tuesday of last week, and continued in session till Thursday noon. We had intended giving a full report of the proceedings of this body, but as very little good can be accomplished by doin...

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 August 1876

Saturday Sabbatarians Noticed Elder L. N. Andrews, in a pamphlet »sued at the Seventh-Day Adventist „ffice, Battle Creek, Mich., 1871, eon ends that Saturday was the original "labbath. I see on page 35, "Dr. Jeers' theory examined." Under this "eading the elder says: The Jews 1 ow observe Saturday as the Sabbath (f the Lord, and as the seventh day of W original week." Both clauses in nis sentence are false. For the Satur- AJ given the Jews as their Sabbath, .he Lord said, "'Is a sign between me nd you throughout your generations." jSx. 31:13, and Mathew 1:17, shows ,hat these generations were only unto Jhrist." As many Jews therefore as .ept their "covenant," by receiving •j/hrist as their prophet, priest and king, ipst for themselves and their posterity (11 further use for a Sabbath of "signs," ypical "ceremonies noted "genera ions," &c for in Christ "there is teither Jew nor Greek." But the Jews who rejected Christ "\ave failed to "observe" that Sab ath ag a "perpetual covenan...

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. — 30 August 1876

Names of Owners. Wm Fryburger, ne qr ne qr Same, R»me, «-wne, Ml W Hi'IW»!^m»Hi 11W11.H Continued from third page. No Subdivision. 28 28 33 33 34 35 35 36 36 36 36 36 36 McManus, nw qr sw qr Same, sw qr sw qr Frederick Henning, lot 1 Louis Stouke, se qr nw qr Same, sw qr nw.qr Unknown, se qr se qr John Heath, sw qr se qr Edwin Hawley, ne qr sw qr Same, nw qr sw qr Same, se qr sw qr Same, sw qr sw qr Densmore, ne hi nw V4 6 41 9.03 Same, se hi nw hi 6 40 5.16 John E Pehrson, 17.69 acres in 17.69 .74 Same, 7 40 2.76 Same, 7 23.25 1.00 Hans Hanson, se hi nw hi 40 2.76 Same, sw hi. nw hi 7 2355 1.02 Same, ne hi sw hi 7 40 2.06 Same, 7 23.75 1.02 Nela Anderson, bf hf nw hi ne hi 16 10 .61 John Norelias, hf hf ne J4 nw hi 16 10 .64 Unknown, ne & se J4 16 40 1.77 John Norelius, hf se hi nw hi 17 20 4.42 Same, ne hi ew 17 40 5.95 Same. aehiavthi 17 40 11.31 Olson, se hi se hi 19 40 5.49 Same, sw & sw hi 20 40 8.83 Johannes Peterson, hf hf hf nw }4 nw Y\ 21 Hermann Johnson, ne ne 25 ...

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. — 30 August 1876

•»*I*I».MH»I** 45feet,-thence on aline 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 SPJennison, lot 8, Phelps & Taber, und'd hf lot A, ^i«»»steMMsiin)»^»Miwtal^^ John Day, lot 7, $11 33 Ellen Hanson, lot 11, 7 62 "Ladd's Out Lots." S Newell, lot 8, A Malenberg, e'iy of 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, Benson, 1 acre—part of lots 2 and 3—beginning at a point 4.96 chains s, 6.83 chains from ne cor of sec. 32, T. 113, R. 14, thence 631 deg 2 chains, thence 26| deg 4.09 ch's, thence 63i deg 2.65 chaiqs, thence 36% deg 4.09 chains to point of beginning, 11 84 Wilford Roberts, part of lots 2, 3 and 4, and in cluding lot 1 in O Smith's Subdiv'n, com mencing at a point 247 feet s, 10 deg 30 min from nw corner of ne qr of ne qr of sec. 32, T. 113, R. 14, run'g thence 63 deg 30 min along 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. — 30 August 1876

WANTED—To rent a farm on shares. 36w2 JOHN H. SPATKS. MK. E. F. CASE, of the Ellsworth Herald, made us a call on Jlfonday last. THE Congressional Republican Con* vention assembles on Wednesday next in this city. TnE Messrs. Purdy will occupy their new livery stable, opposite the St. James hotel, in a few days. THE Centennial block on Third street is rapidly approaching completion and is the handsomest building in the city. THE Good Templars Sociable will take place at the Centennial Picnic grounds on next Friday evening. All invited. AMONG those in attendance at the Educational Convention last week was Mr. C. C. Curtice, of the Minneapolis Business College. DR. C. N. HEWITT left on last Friday to attend the Centennial American Health Congress, which meets in Phil adelphia this week. MR. C. A. ERICKSCN, ef the firm of Erickson, Peterson & Co., is home again. He represents the Centennial as being well worth a visit. WBT NOT?—We can see no reason why D. B. DeLand & Co.'s Best C...

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. — 6 September 1876

VOL. III. —We will furnish the ADVANCE from this date till Nov. 10th for 25 cents in advance and from Sept. 1st till Jan. 1st for 50 cents in ad vance. Republican District Conven tion. The Republican convention to nominate a candidate for Congress "for the Second Congressional dis trict met at Opera Hall at 12 m. to-day. The convention was called to or der by the chairman of the district committee and, on motion, Mr. Alfred Walling, of Red Wood, was chosen temporary chairman, and Mr. A. E. Barclay, of Rice county, temporary secretary. On motion the following gentle men were elected a committee on credentials: Messrs. Denny, of Car ver Hall, of RenviUej Craft, of Da kota Finseth, of Goodhue Whip ple, of Rice Felton, of Wabasha and Carson, of Kandiyohi. The following gentlemen, were ap pointed a committee on Peimanent Organization: Messrs. Rodgers, of Dakota Stone, of Swiftj Miller, of Nicollet Ives, of McLeod Carlson, of Cai/e'r vWstm, of Goodrme West, of Rice. On resolutions the ioV...

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. — 6 September 1876

Minnesota Matters. The Governor on the Grasshopper Plague PROCLAMATION. STATE OF MINNESOTA, EXEC. DEPT., ST. PAUL, August 30,1876. The continuance and increasing rav ages of the locusts or grasshoppers in many of the Territories and frontier States oi the Union, have been deemed sufficiently serious to warrant a meeting of the governors of such States and Territories for consultation, with a view to seek Congressional aid, or otherwise secure combined action in resistance of the growing evil. Such conference has been called to meet in October. Meanwhile the widening area of the visitations oi these in sects in this State induces me without delay to urge the people whose interests are most directly involved, to assemble in public meet ings in their several localities, for the pur pose of collecting information, interchanging views and devising plans of concerted action ior the destruction of the insects, and ior a common defense against their ravages. Both the correction of exaggerat...

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. — 6 September 1876

a WHAT THE BULLET SANG. BRET UARTF. Oioy of creation, To be! 0 rapture to fly And be "free! Be the baf.tle lost or won, Though its smoke shall hide the sun 1 shall find my love—the one Born tor me! I shall know him where he stands, All alone, With the power in his hands Not o'erthrown: I shall know him by his face. By his goi-like front and grace I shall hold him for a space, All my own! It is he—O my Love! So bold! It is I—all thy love Foretold! It is I. O Love, what bliss! Dost thou answer to my kiss Ah, sweetheart, what is this Lieth there So cold! E O I O N A W 0 3 I E N An Incident of Arnold's Disastrous Cam paign into Canada. Correspondence of the Boston Advertiser. The first remarkable campaign of the revolution, that against Canada,— whose three hundred imprisoned victims were released from Dauphin jail one hundred years ago the 7th of August,—was attended by women, wives of both officers and privates. Jemim a Warner was the wife of Jame Warner, a private in Captain Smith's ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
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