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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 1 August 1877

Getting into Line. Ticket and of tn «ihln cracy Democracy of Ohio had a very Ci" Mate Convention at Columbus on the :2."th. After six ballots K. M. Bishop of llnm ilton coimtv was. nominated for governor. (Jon. Jabcz W. "Fitch of Ciivaliosra county, was nom inated by acclamation for lieutenant governor Jiuls-e J. W. O'Kevof Franklin.was nominateil lor supreme judye, K. L. Fanning of Cuyahoga for clerk of the Miprcme court, J. Howello of Stark, for Stale* treasurer. ./• J. Hums ot Bel mont. Hon. Manin Schcller of Rose, for school enmmWioiicr*. Tlu« pu THE lM.AIt'OBM. The Denioeratie party of Ohio, in State eon ventKui u^cmblcd, renews its pledges of de votion to the Union and constitution with its amendments-. It declares as essential to the preservation ot free government, faithful ad herence to the following principles: strict constitution, home rule, supremacy of chil over military power, separation of church aud »tate. equality of all citizens before the law. HUrty of individual ...

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. — 1 August 1877

TJJ3 GRANGS ADVANCE. WEDNESDAY, AlTC. 1,1877. U. II. YOUNG, EDITOR Taxing Mortgages. These who content themselves with a superficial examination of any inges tion, although apt to conclude that they know all that is to be known about it, are often likely to betray even greater ignorance than they are justly chargeable with. Comment ing recentlv on the taxation of mort gages we made use of the follow ing language: ThN iiuyinonkaion o.ir^t, j.^m-ipalU in niormai^N unreuiiTOtl ly the hoi. lor*, "and -oiuo per-niw are tolu-itiitm-! ilioinselves wu\\ the idea Unit the rich men who hold the mort Uiistes Mill have the sulditioral taxes to Nam dehiMim! They will make those \vlio oorroM their money puv such taxes in everv instance, and A\ ill not "tlieinM.lvos be made a, Vemiy poorer. To lis this pl.m ol taxing mort sraares looks hke injustice. The mortgages are not propeu. They do not. like railroad, bank, or manufacturing companies,' stock, represent values, hid are simple evidences, of in...

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. — 1 August 1877

The Railroad Strike. ED WING, July 2Stu 7 7 Editor of Advance—The attitude as. mined by the working men employed on the railroads of this country is now at tracting serious attention and is really alarming. I was glad to see that in last week's ADVANCE you treated this question so impartially and truthfully What you then said is right, as I know by my own experience and observation. Those meu have been working for the past five yt ars at very low wages, they have lived in the smallest and cheapest houses and practiced every possible economv. Frequently their poverty has led them to remonstrate with their em ployers and they have been told by these that business would soon improve and the earnings of the railroads in crease, in which event their wages would be restored to the former stan dard. Tins fetory has been told them when fiose who utterdd it must have known that any prospect of improve ment was very distant and exceedingly doubttV. The object of the employers has beea to prev...

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. — 1 August 1877

TH SCOYERE R. I nave a little kinsmau YViiov early cummers arc but three And \et a voyager is he. Hrckior thun'Drake or Froblsher— ThDii all their pens together! lie «t i-i'iur discoverer, Ant", f:! l«»Tondthe tether of tlitm wliu SHTIC thr frozen iiole, H.is sa"i.'d when1 the noiseless surges roll. As ,» has. traveled whither A aired pilot sleeved his hark Tlir.uigh the portals of the dark, "a*: hoary Mmiir's well and tree, Vi the unknown M?U. N'ul('. iily in hi^ fair youn«* hour, i'i!' one who wore a flower, \r- 1 aid it on hi* dimpled hand 'A'ith til!-* command: "\l forth thou art a rover! T!u must make a voyage far, ."! beneath the evening star, \hd ,i wondrous land discover." W'ln hi -.weet smile innoeent, ur little kinsman ent. nee that time no word I out the absent ha» been heard. Who ean tell I' he fares, or answer* well V, .a the little one has found ii he left us, outward bound? N .Id that he might return! r! -hoiikl we learn i,i the pricking of hi* chart How ihe s-kyey ro...

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. — 1 August 1877

taftmesota Jiewa. &TEEI.E. three-year-old daughter of Charles t, of tins town of Morton, was rctewbly tl to dcaife,,iby fulling into a. pail of J» !BUOW\. ilu" Republican convention for t&e munition of J&idjrc of the 9th Judicial Dte h.is. been ceiled to meet u£ New Uhu, Au- .KKNVII.LK. David P*'iisv\ of Renville, is sug«»est a iv- .111 iicccpUtis&e candidate for Secretary of WOKR1SOX. A lojr, in a good state of preservation, touinl on a tani near Culdriiiii, at a depth 19 teet. ATUVWVN h\ .Hi to "'i«ul lia\e been convicted of robber), and il need o.i"h to tivo yeaiv RIG III'. Potato bti«?s are very numerous in some ^hborhood-"—more '-o than for several pa^t The grasshoppers remaining in ——i Creek are rapidly dying off. They nearly a IT) from two to twehe parasite-* each. iod hu-k to the p.u.is.ites! KICE. Mr. E. J. Ault's drug store, oi* Dundas, entered Sundii) niglit, the ^2nd, and the i.is-h dia-\\ei.» e'amedott, containing about HI change. Entrance A\a^ made thro...

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. — 1 August 1877

LOCAL MATTERS. 5 fRED WIJSO, -AUG. 1, 1877. •18 offered -for sale. —Local* en lifilh f«age. —Extra tLardiOil nitNoesen & bunk's. A. large of California 1 ecrs just *ece:ved a-t Biroy'?. —Graining Jind Fre*cot!o£ by Youngdarhl. —Fish Oil ,»nc* A: Funk s. Whale Oil at Xetsen —.For lubricittH% macv ne and f'ard oil, go to W. E. JJawkitKS fruits .at —Foreign and Domestic •Bixby's on Main ste&et. —Paper Hanging and iL-4 Uominiqg fey YoungdahL —Noesen Fimk-b is tht place tt buy ycer Machine Oib. —Yeupgdahl does earnuge jpainting in beat •otyle. —Mesers. F. IV. Hoy,!, John.Nelson and Robt. Deafcin leR for Stevens .eounrty on Tuesday. For Sale. My and tairo lots, corner Sast ave. and7th street. F. A. POOLE. —M. C. Eusseil, of the Lrke 'City Leader and Bco. passed through towrn .on Monday, OR their vmj to Buluth. —Farmers d© not 'buy your .Oils, be fore you see oisr Oils and .get our prices. NO£*£N jfc F-UNK. —The Wicr plswr, for wrhieh Howard Libfey, of Featberstone pr&irie, is ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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