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DAILY ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUN DAY. Delivered by Carriers. Send us a card and have the paper delivered at your home every even ing at 5:4C clock. The VANCE A. DAILY AD is "up to date" on Local, State and National news. Printed at 5 p. Opera House. ONE NIGHT ONL.Y, Prof. Edward P. Elliott, The World Eenowned Imperson ator. Wednesday Evening, Nov. 7th. Railroad Time Table. C., ST. P., M., & O. MAIN LINK. BAST. LEAVB. Passenger No. 2. :14 am Passenger No. 4 11:30 am Way Freight No. 12 li :60 am Fast Stock Freight No. 18 6:00 am It Freight No. 16 6:00 pm WEST. Passenger No. 2:30 am Passenger No. 3 3:20 pm Way Freight No. 13 3:55 pm Fast Freight No. 17 7:45 am Stock Freight No. 15 ..4:00am SIOUX FALLS BRANCH. I^BAVE. ABBIVE. Passenger .. 3:30 pm n:05 am Accommodation 8:20 am 12:05 pm B.,O."ET&N. LBAVE. ABRIVB. Passenger, 9:45 am 8:10 pm The City: A term of court without U. Ayr Bight would be a lonesome conclave. —Attorney Lammers of Heron Lake called this morning, while in town on legal business. —Mr.. Bellasfield, formerly with the Adrian Democrat, has taken position with the Herald. —The Rt. Rev'd. M. N. Gilbert, Bishop will preach and confirm at St. John's Episcopal church, Nov. 14, at 7:90P. m. —New goods arriving every day at P. C. Braft?'eU Call and see the new stock'of rings and silverware. His stock is the best in the city. —If you want your watches, clocks or jewelry repaired right, take them to J. E. Riegel, the leading jeweler. Fine engraving a specialty. [4dt4 —Special Sale—Sailor's and Walk ing hats at fifty cents each, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 9, 10. At Mrs. A. N. Cheney's, south of Post Office. —Notices for publication should be handed in before two o'clock—earlier if possible. We would like copy for ads. as early in the morning as possi ble. —The ladies of the M. E. church will give a New England supper in the O. U. W. hall on Triday even ing, Nov. 16th. Supper will be ser ved from 6 to 10 p. m. Everybody is invited. —Why buy "old chestnuts" and shop worn goods when you can get new goods of the best and1 latest de signs at J. E. Riegel's, the leading jeweler. [4dt4 At theWorthington: W.H.Bowles, O. Wheeler, Minneapolis L. F. Lam mers,.Heron Lake J. C. Norton, M. N. Seymour, St. Paul Lorin Cray, Mankato L. S. Nelson, Luverne S. J. McKenzie, Adrian J. H. Filford, Windom, R. F. Lamb, Mankato H. M. Jones, Sioux Falls, S. D. Charles Sarvis, Minneapolis E. D. Knight, Luverne William Marr, James F. Cox, Adrian P. C. Olmstead, Sioux Falls, S. D. W. S. Blackwell, Omaha J. K. Lovelace, Sioux City, la. John Brftdrick, Fort Dodge, la., W. J. O'Brien, Minneapolis O. Kopper, Sioux City, la. R. G. Chisholm, Min neapolis 'C. D. Benack, Chicago Thomas Dealtry, Adrain N. H. Cook, Edgerton, Minn. MARRIED. ERICKSON—OLSON:— On Wed nesday, Nov. 7, 1894, at the Bethel Evangelical church of Ewington twp., Jackson county,', Minn, by F. H. Draeger, Mr. Robert Erickson, of Brewster, Minn., and Misfe Lena C. Olson, of Ewington twp., Jack son county, Minn. A goodly number of people gather ed at the church to witness th? sole mnization of the marriage. After the consummation of the nuptials a large number of invited guests met at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Olson, where they were very hospitably entertained*' The bride was presented with a large col lection of appreciate presents. MSr.* and Mn. Erickson will reside at Hyland is defeated by only li«v, Yesterday we gave Mr. Thorn's ma jority at 7, Later returns bring the figures to 14, but amiss is as good as a mile. Jackson County. A special telegram from Jackson county says King, independent, is elected auditor G. Albertus, dem. treasurer John Baldwin, dem., reg ister of deeds W, A. Funk, rep., Co. attorney C. H. Sandon, rep., judge of probate C. A. Wood, rep., sheriff E. Rucker, rep., clerk of courts Miss Frost supt of schools. Apples. I will have a car load of fine winter apples here Saturday, near the depot. Call and see them. In barrels. They will go cheap, so be on hand early. J. E. Snyder, agent of the R. E. Cobb Hardware firm, Winona, was renewing old acquaintances here Thursday. Mrs. Williamson, who has been vis iting with Mrs. F. L. Day for some time, returned to her home at Hat-, field, Wednesday. The war lecture by Rev. R. N. Adams D. D., of Minneapolis, Wed nesday evening^ was quite well attend ed, and pronounced very interesting by all. Election is over, and as the result, the democrats and populists of this township are feeling rather "blue," the republicans-having won the day, Free Trade Hay. ANTIGO, *K '.r!'• »ilI thinks the demo- George Engel era tic party is a fake The republican gain in the village of Worthington is 91 over the vote of 18912. —Yachting caps twenty-five cents each Nov. 9,10, at Mrs A.N. Cheney's south of Post Office. —Ladies call and see the nice line of Hair Ornaments, just received at Riegel's, leading Jeweler. It —Bargains in trimmed hats at Mrs. Cheney's'Friday and Saturday, Nov. 9,10., South of Post Office. GEO. DARBY. KINBRAE. H. A. Swan was a Fulda visitor Saturday. Mrs. T. E. Joubert was to Fulda Wednesday. Peter Fredrickson returned Thurs day from Minneapolis. Mrs. F. L. Day was calling on friends in Fulda Wednesday. Miss Gage of Fulda visited with Ella Clark a few days last week. Mrs. Augusta Hartown from near Brewster was trading in town Satur day. M!rs. Cook and daughter, Retta, of Fulda, were visiting with friends Here, Thursday last. Robert Kidney, of Heron Lake, and G. A. Fairfield of the Heron Lake News, were in town Thursday. Wis., Oct. 31,1894. Newton, Cheney & Co. Worthington, Minn. GENTLEMEN:—Replying to yours of the 29th, would say that your prices are too high. Can get choice Timothy Hay $ delivered. Canada hay has been shipped to points above here at prices that have caused a decline here. Yours Truly, KINGSHORY & HENSHAW. Two Cents. ^•Items under this heading will be charged for at the rate of Two Cents per line, each in sertion. All bills payable on the first of each month. No item taken for less than Five Cents. —See Nelson's ad. I wish to rent my residence on 5th ave.,furnished or unfurnished. lltf MRS. A. D. CHENEY. —A neat little home, house of four rooms in central part of town near school, for sale at a bargain, [tf] M. E. Lawton. Wyckoff's Cash Prices. Fresh Oyster and Butter Crackers 5ct. lb. Good Navy Beans 8 lbs. for 25cts. Good Muscatel Raisens 5c, lb. Fine Winter Apples 85c bushel. Our Sorghum is going fast at 40c pei* Gallon. It is fine. Bargains in DryGoods and Shoes. Good 17 -inch T?weling 5c yard. Plow Shoes 11.00. ifmi frarffOTWriinTy™™'^-' WORTHINGTON Vote on County Commissioners ii.-J- First district-r Indian Lake, Tripp, 82 Berreau, 23 Lorain, Graham Lakes, Hersey, 39 57 Totals* 197 82 112 FOURTH DISTRICT. Bigelow, Ransom, Little Rock, Grand Prairie, Ellsworth village. Totals, 338. 138 Court Notes. The case of Bateson et al. vs. An drew O. Shelby is on trial today. This is a case growing out of the starting of a prairie fire in October, 1893, which did considerable damage. This case is attracting considerable atten tion. Case of McClellan vs. G. Pech con tinued. Wilson for complainant and Town for defendant. Robert Bateson vs. A. O. Shelby is on trial. Canfield and Nelson are ths attorneys in the case. Salina Martin vs. Frank McLean has been settled. Horton vs. A. F. Deihn has been dismissed. Porter, Melick & Co. vs. Leeds Imp. Co. dismissed. Porter, Melick & Co. vs. Ed Cooper dismissied. School District No. 8 vs. J. A. Town dismissed. Louis Erskine vs. J. A. Town dis missed. Paine vs. Town and Philip Kraft Kraft vs. Town dismissed. School District No. 56 vs. J. A. Town dismissed. Nels O. Langseth vs. A. G. Blake way settled. -To-morrow we will publish tabulated statement of the election returns for this county. —Social and Oyster Supper sit con gregatibnal church parlors Friday evening next, come. —We! do not hive low prices, but low prices every day. 3d special day RIEGEL 1 DAILY 14 41 SECOND DISTRICT. Pope Fank Mock Dewald 72 13 9 Elk, 34 15 7 Seward, 21 11 5 Bloom. 20 9 23 Summit Lake, 43 4 Wilmont, 7- 30 63 fc 8 10 14 19 5 56 57 36 52 26 13 16 14 39 57 66 Totals, FIFTH DISTRICT. Wortington tp. Palm 38, Aagard 22 vil. 300, 116 184 192 let the leading Jeweler. —Mr. Sears, of the Lake View, will have a car of choice, winter ap pies at the depot Saturday, which he will retail at low prices. —The ladies will serve an oyster supper at congregational church par lors Friday evening next, beginning at six o'clock. All invited. Prof. Elliott gave a highly enjoy able entertainment at G. A. R. hall last evening, under the auspices of the Gladstone club. It was without doubt the best entertainment given in this place .for some time. The Gladstone people always get the best. —Rev. Geo. W. Wilds, of Cleve land, Ohio, is expected to begin a ser ies of revival meeings in the M. E. church about Sunday, Nov, 18th. Mr. Willis is an evangelist of several years experience, and has had large success in many towns in the differ ent states where he has labored. He comes here with the best of recom mendations. Following are a few testimonials of his efficiency and work: "Bro. Willis is a wise and suc cessful evangalist."—Christian Wit ness, Boston, Mass. "Evangelist Willis has been remarkably successful in his evangalistic work.'*— Pittsburg Prees. Apples. W. S. Sear will have a car of apples at the depot Saturday and Monday, to be sold cheap by th%barrel. Scrofula Cured. LOVERNE, Minn., Oct. 23, 1894.—I have had scrofula for five years and tried many remedied, but they all failed. I then began taking Hood's Sdreaparilla, which cured me ADVANCE. Republicans Sure of at Least 230 Members in the Next House. A SCORE MORE PROBABLE. populists Likely to Hold the Balance of Power in the Senate. WASHINGTON, NOV. 8.—Chairman Babcock of the Republican congres sional committee says that the reports received during the day give the Re publicans 230 out of the 356 members of the house beyond peradventure, while there is a possibility of securing 27 additional members. Mr. Babcock also stated that his in formation leads him to believe that there is a possibility of securing three more members from Alabama, two from Illinois, one each from Iowa, Kan sas, Kentucky and Nebraska two from Ohio, two from Pennsylvania, two from Missouri, one from Arkansas, three from Louisiana, three from Texas and one from South Carolina. If these claims are realized it will give the Re publicans 257 members, or a majority of 89 members. According to the claims of the Re publicans they will be able to secure the votes of at least 30 of the 44 states, in case the next presidential election is thrown into the house, as they will have either the solid delegations or a majority in each of the delegations from that number of states. MORE IN DETAIL. Table Showing the Composition of Con gress by States. CHICAGO, Nov. 8.—The following table shows the standing of the next congress, as nearly as can be computed from returns received up to a late hour. A number of districts in different states are still in doubt. State. Dem. Rep. Pop. Alabama .8 Arkansas 8 California 1 6 Colorado 1 Connecticut -1 Delaware Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine. Maryland. Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi. Missouri Montana Nebraska New Hampshire New Jersey New York. North Carolina North Dakota Ohio.. .Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode IslaAd 'South Carolina jSouth Dakota Tennessee. Vermont Virginia... West Virginia. Washington Wisconsin^ Wyoming 2 11 1 21 13 11 8 5 6 6 4 3 3 1 12 12 7 7 6 0 .. 1 0 2 1 7 4 30 3 2 4 1 2 19 2 3 28 .. 2 1 6 2 6 4 ,. 2 Mormons Voted Republican. BOISE, Ida., Nov. ,, 8 2 .. 4 .. 2 .. 10 1 83 245 10 Total. Teixas is not included in totals as results in seven districts are doubtful. Alabama and Colorado also report one each as doubtful. Nevada elected a silver con gressmen. THE NEXT SENATE. It Will Consist of 40 Democrats, 41 Re publicans and 6 Populists. WASHINGTON, NOV. 8.—Reports re ceived indicate that the next senate will have 40 Democrats, 41 Republicans and 6 Populisms, while the attitude of the successor to Senator Harris of Ten nessee is still in doubt. In this classi fication, Senators Stewart and Jones of Nevada, who were elected by the Re publicans but have announced their separation from that party, and Gover nor Tillman, who will doubtless be elected by the so-called Independent Democrats of the South Carolina legis lature, are placed in the Populist col umn. Tillnian will probabl vote with the Democrats on organization and Stewart and Jones of Nevada and Peffer with the Republicans. This •would throw the balance of power into the hands of the Populists. 8.—The entire Re publican ticket is elected by 2,000 plu rality or more. Legislature returns in dicate the legislature will be Republi can. The Mormon vote seems to have gone strongly Republican. Carried Every District. JACKSON, Miss., Nov. 9.—The Demo crats have carried every district in the state. The Populists polled a surpris ingly large vote in the Sixth distriet and Denny pulled through by the skin of his teeth. Six Democratic Congressmen. LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 9.—The Democrats have' elected their six con gressmen from this state by majorities Tangingfr0tol,000to6,000. Owens Is Elected. LKZINQTON, LYDU JiCOBSON.i 1 Ky., Nov. 8.—The latest returns in the Ashland district give Owraa 118 majority. THE REASON Is that WHAT OF /./•, ... Shoes. ARE or Druggist. Should ydu buy your Shoes of us? WE SELL SHOES, That's our business, We have a new stock, complete in every de tail, a complete new store and a big stocit. Just Shoes. That's all. When you want shoes see our line first. Very Respectfully, BERT SCHMIDT is in Harp department. charge of our repair BLAIR & CO. MEAT! MEAT! V»¥T We are now prepared to sup p*y ail with the Meats. Oysters To-Day. John Hansberger&Son Bly building, next to Palm Bros. Few Supply •f icents.