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PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT
W O I N O N N O E S O N I N N
»nT.tllms .T, Pil»rs I'd" year, invariahlv in ad
vance. All orders will rpcelve prompt attention.
loimnmiicatioiM intended for publication must
D« nccoinwiiiiicu by the veal name and address-of
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a
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essarily fot- nnhllcntioii.
A E I S I N A E S
One inch three weeks, *ino, three months, tl.00
Three inches a weeks, jum, 8.ix*
Five inches,» 6.UP, 10.00
Special rates given fovlavner advertisements-
Special notices, (Irst week It) a line sun
sequen insertions S cents a line caeh
Transien advertisenteuts ud in advanee
a advertisements to toe p.iid iuarterlv.
I.ejjal advertisements to be paid for before affi
davi is given
GRANGE HEG1STER.
1tF.Gn.lK MKKTIN09.
WorthiiiRton (iratrje—Seeond and Fourth Sat
a in ich month, at 11 o'clock.
Hpr*H'V-»\.i ."-Is iii'- the 'Irst Saturda in
a month at tie- llcrsev Hall. All Ins.I hers
a sisters of other (.l.u u'esaiu conlially invit
ed.
(Jraham Lakes 'pcond and tth Wednesdays
A S O N I
RfcOlTKAU
N O N S of Fraterni-
ty Lotl^o, No. Ud. V. V. &. A. at Mi-oni
vA*//, Hall in Woithiuuto on the
(=Tai\nir$ I a I iMond.Os in each
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A RRIVAL AXD DEI'All 1'URE OF MA ILS
A!!!!I\ I S.
Eastern (daily) 12 IS a. m.
Souther I a ui.
Western—I.u Vern and Sioux Falls, m.
Spirit Lake Mondav .. in.
S a Sittirdays, 10 a
Dr.i'.vn'vs.
Eastern (daily) 1 .7) a.
(Southern 11! IS a. in.
Western—I,u Vern and Si.nix Falls, S:IIO
Spirit Lake, a 7 a in.
Seward Saturdays Up in.
All mails close at S p. m. wvc't days, and 6 p.
in. Siind.n s.
Olli.'e hours from 7 a in. to 1'2 an I fiom 1
to p. in. Kundavs—fiom S to '.' a. in. and
fio 12 to 12:'M ii. m.
M. n. SOCLE, r. M.
IJW^NftSS CARDS.
H.iXh'S.
BANK OF WQKTHSN8T0M.
Ki.ui S I Hanker. A. S I Cashier.
IXTEIUJST A I FO!l riM OICPOSITS.
A S a S E
W
Drafts r.oinilit and Sold. Special attention yiv
eu to e.ilieell ins.
Ollice Hours from 0 to 12 a. in. and from 1 to
o'clock, 11. m. [2 -J7ly.
OFF ICE 118.
L. B.BSNNSTT
Jiistien of tlis Peace,
An Not.u Public.
(jl
O N a (V*:vc\ m.-iti^ done Aftl
davits, Iicpositi nis. e' t.'ki n. and
aue solcniHi/ed ,ic. oidin Mic m^ti iiti.i of
the I'nit'Ml it. ,iu.| st ,t,. ,,i Hi.ncsota.
WORTIUXGTOX,
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I 1). HUMISTON
[5-li-lv.
NOTARY PTJBLIO.
"WillKivci^pecnl ilt.'ntiui to (.v.-iitpi't and
a U-iii- N nt.ii'"'s. etc A No to
the ron.i'itj ill ..,.••! t\ i.i.'iroved far'iis
and to the colli I. -n-.. etc s»v
ei.it in piovi faun- ,i.i.l I I .' piopi it tor
siilo. A No I.IIOCI j.ii (l.iii: -, .,t !_!• it l»ar^ is.
Corvespomlcm eatiil iialiona .,e tolicltul. Worth
Inirtou, .Minn. [". Iv.
.! Tl'Ol! VATS".
EVIOliT I lltl-C. M. B. SOL r.
Clarkooi Souls,
Atli-riiias «m7 ('i-uustllurs-At-Laic,
W O O N M!N'Nr.
|icit,ii insr to their
\Vill attend to anv lnt-i".
[I ITlj
B. N. A I E
A O E A A W
AK1)
C'l.KllKOF DIST. COURT.
All business left with him will iv piomp
altention,
Oflice on th Street opposite the Talk.
[2 271y.
v//r.s/r/.!.v.v.
O A IWI. 3 3
rirvsicux & sun a EON.
Special aitcnli ^iven to Sursri-ry and the
treatment oi I cin.ile lUscascs havunx had ten
e\|ie,|euce
A N -en-1 I'loSl.iMKf'itvJt St. I'aul and
W in
kS.
IIS Kills Kadroids
Mtpplicd Willi full .MM Mii^i. il-indOhstet
ric il insti uiiient-. I ui fia.'i me ipph inc s.
oKFIt'i:—A shh-uce, of Fourth Ave
and Eleventh Mieet
wuu vmxu rox, MIXX.
l?,U\y.
C, FA). (. MOO'IK,
PHYSICIAN A N SU1WJEON,
Gradu ite of An A ir, Mlehiuan. llesidencc
oil loth st lielow IIK- JMII.U•: It.ill. Olllee at
the Colony l»run More, uppositc the W'orlhinj
loll Hotel, W'oithiii^lon, Minn.
Will ulteml iinnniitl'i tH Call*, tin or
)iilUt.
Medical and Surgical Institute.
KILI30UH (JLTY, WIS,
Will be opened for Patient Januar 1. 1878.
Sen for Circular.
II. I I I S A N "\L 1). W S M.T.
Adliau Minn. lbouvn City, Wis.
G-20-lv]
MISCKLLA XfCO C!i.
Allen M. Chaney,
DEP.TY COUNTY SURVEYOR
Will attend prompMy to all orders. W ac
tratclj executed 1*. O. address, I!ox 2-J7, Wor
•ingto'n, Minn. [1 12—ly.
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
MRS. M. J. DEHSMORE,
HACood
S opened a store for Millinery a Fiiiicv
in Methodist I'.lock on Stree
Worlhintttoii, Minn. Ladie.s invited to call.
4 1 2
JOSEPH CHADWICK,
Register of Deeds,
Worthlnr/tnn, Nobles County, Minn.
as the only complete S't of Abstrac Hook
in the county
Will furnish abstracts of title, pay taxes for
non-residents, procure land it etc
Keep a supply of Blank Heeds, etc. Hive ca
ncel il attention't in and ackuovvledg
ng Deeds, Mortgages, etc. Correspondenc so
icitcd. [ti-Uly
TII031AS G1UFFIN,
Carpenter & Joiner,
ltcsidenc on Fifth Avenue Opposite N
School House.
I O I I I N O N I N N
5-43—ly
Third Avenue Hotel.
W S I O N S Proprietor.
Persons stopping at Worthlngton will find It
to thelvadvantage to stop at this House. Set a
first class table and have as good heds as anv
House in Southwestern Minnesota, and at half
price.
Corner Ninth Street and Third Avenue, Wor-
tlling'on Minn. 6 31—ly
Second Avenue Bakery and
Restaurant.
is S E A N O N Prop'r.
Dread, Cakes and Pies furnished. CoH and
warm meals. Confectionery Canned Fruits,
Lemons, Oranges, Tobacco, Cij,'ars,etc.
Second Avenue, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Worthington, Minn. 6 31 -ly
LOCAL.
WOTITHINGTON, I N N A 10. 1873
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
METHODIST Kins« oi'AU—Services cverv Sao
balh, inorninp at »0:30. Sabimtli School at 3
]'. M. Services Sai-Dath evening at 7:30 o'clock,
l'tav meeting Thursday evetiinc. liev. J. C.
Ogle. 1'nstor.
I O N CONOHEQA riox.vr,.—Services in
and evening Sund ty School immediately after
the inoriiiu service, l'raver nieetiu Thursda
evnninp. liev II. U. Tnttlc pastor.
runsnYTF.r.tAK Ctiimcn.—Service mornlnt
and eveiiim Sabbat School immediately alter
the inorninir service. Trayer meeting Tliiirsday
evening itcv. II. K, White, l'astor.
NOBLES COUNTY OFFICERS.
A I O a W a
TRB\»fitBit— I'eter Thompson
liuuisTi:itoF HEJJDS—Joseph (Jliadwiclc.
•JuiHiiiOF ritoiiA rE— it. 1. Barber.
Ci.KitK oFCofiiT—I!. N. Carrier.
SiisitiFF—.1. A Town
Suuvbvon—Alle Ch.iney. Deputy—Alle
M. Chancy.
O CoM.Mis.siONr.it—II. 1). Humiston
to A rOKSEY—M. 15. Soulc.
CouoNKii—!,. It Bennett.
COUNTY SUVCKINTKNDUNT— J. C. Ogle.
CO.VI.VII9SIONI:KS.
/Vftsf District—.lonatlian (iorden, of Hersey
Si'Liimt JJi^lrivl—A. 0 ltobinson, of Worthing
ton. Cliaiim.m.
Tltt fit Diitrict—llobt. Shore, of Kansom
txiin itvn s,
The A A N E is furnished at #1 50 a year to
Clubs of ten or more. Clubs of teii lor six months
To cents for eacli subscriber.
S I N E S S N O I S
Notice in local reading matter type
20 cciii a line first i.i.sertiou 10 a line each
subsequent insoitiou regular advertisers
half rates.
COMK IX AXD WliirK A LliTTICH.
Farmer in tow ishiug to write a letter are
invited to a at the A A N office a do so
Writing nils free.
OfEeial Paper of the Coun
ty.
CA, vmi a n~i ri THE PI men- PRESS
W will send the A A N E and the W
St. 1'anl rTosni?it-PitES9, year, with am a
of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Norther Iowa a
Novlhern Illinois, for ii 20. Withou map, for
•jsi "". a in advance
Cl.UHMXU WITH THE ULOBJ'J.
W will the AnvvNCE one a and the
St. I'aul Weel.ly (Jlohc one year to a address
for ji2 05, invaiiabl in advance
.SO MCCUFOii HO LITTLE.
W will semi the
St. Paul Weekl Pionee Pres worth $2 00
'Hie Wovtlniifitoii Aliv.VNfU HOI III 2 HO
'i lie N Map ot the Not tli ,\ u.-,t 01 th 1 OH
A tho A a Cook Book worth 7
Total, $, 73
All for •$'• 20, invariably in advance
Parlie who pi\ fcr it can have the A A N E
and the St. Paul W (ilobc for %'. 0.3, or Hie
A A N E .ind tlie Praiii Far.ucr for 00, \vi:h
the Cook-i'ooli.
]oys, what do you tliink! There's
cue us ii-coming
leather Kimiif, of the Adrian colony,
was in town yesterday.
The licnnett boys are putting a coat
of white paint on their house.
The boys have reorganized the Oka
bi'iia 15,ise U.ill Club.
Seventeen loads of lumber went out
of Mr. F( rbes' yard ou Monday.
W. II Ilovt hits retired from the firm
of CiMtidiill & l!oy
L. O, Stevens, Roadmaster on the
branch, has removed fiom Shakopee
and located in W'orthington.
Willie Humiston has the town herd
this year and is taking care of some 80
cows.
Xo business transacted at the Coun
cil meeting on F"id iy night beyond al
low nig :i l'( bills.
Mr. Hoffman reports that his straw
berries tin 1 crapes were somewhat in
jured the f.nst.
The two-story front to the depot is up
with windows in, outside painted a
brick to I and will be finished by June 1.
Hon. C. If. Smith, of Windom, was
down on Monday attending some laud
ttiitls and dropped in.
I'lcTruE- COPIED.—Chidley copies
and enlarges old pictures of any kind
at low rates. l\v.
(». II Abbott is breaking o0 a on
his place across the east lake, lie is
stopping with M.t. Brant.
Things are suffering for rain. Ou
rain barrels are wilted and won't pro
duce half a crop at this rate..
The barn of 0 Dana, in Summit
Lake, was burned a few days since, in
cluding a mower and some tools. Th
loss is about §2o().
Coo O E O E For. ^ATE
E A E of M. Ileiser, Ilersey.
^w.
15. IT. Tjcnnett. formerly foreman in
the A VVCE oMifip. is up from Sioux
City, visiting friends. W tender him
the freedom of our lakes for fishing and
boating.
A petition has been circulated asking
the Council to open up 6th Avenue to
the lake. Parties also wish to have 7th
Avenue opened and have circulated a
petition to that effect. Both improve
ments will soon be needed.
W. Abernethy. agricultural editor
of the Pioneer-Press, spent Sunday in
town. goes as far as Sioux Falls
with a view to reporting upon agricul
tural matters.
Dr. Churchill's Horse, Gray Charley,
will be 'n Worthington every Monday.
Farmers wishing to see a good horse
are invited to call. l\v.
Street Commissioner Humiston is
grading up the streets, cutting ditches
and putting down more sidewalks.—
Worthington is the best side-walked,
graded, treed, lighted and pretty-girled
town all aiound here.
Absolutely free from Morphia and
other dangerous agents Dr. Bull's Ba
by Syrup is valued most highly as a
remedy for the disorders of babyhood.
Price only 25c a bottle. lw
Workmen are digging about the or
namental cis'ern corner 10th Street and
4th Avenue. We hope while they are
about it, they will take the hole up out
of the ground. Like the house and the
brine barrels in the park, those cisterns
were invented to give several men a job
and they have never been a single cent's
worth of benefit to the town.
Peter Elickson, who was. moving to
Dakota, from Faribaultcountv, Minn.,
lost a daughter from throat disease on
Monday last. They camped near the
cemetary east of town, where the girl
died, and was buried on Tuesday.
There were slight firsts on Friday
and Saturday nights last, but no dam
age that we hear of except to voting po
tatoes in some instances. Th frost
was pretty general through Minnesota
and Iowa, and slight damage was done
to fruit in places.
A O A W. Woolstcncroft was
in town on Monday preparing to sur
vey the grounds for the village of Avo
ca, to be located on Lime Lake, in
Murray countv. This lake lies between
Bondin and Shetek and affords a fine
site for a town.
Dr. E G. Smith, dentist, of St. Paul,
called on us a few days ago. The doc
tor expects to visit our county occa
sionally on professional business.
is also proprietor of the Minnesota Ho
meopathic Pharmacy, and is placing
homeopathic medicines in the drug
stores of the Northwest where they can
be obtained with full directions for
use.
CATIDS.—Just received at the A
VANCK office, 10,000 tinted Cards, all
tints, sizes and qualities. Personal and
business Cards printed at St. Paul
prices.
ANXTTAL S A E E he long
delayed Annua Statement appears in
"another column. Better late than nev
er.''
NEWSY, NEWSY.
Xast week's A A N contained,
besides several columns of editorial
and reprint upon general subjects, a
host of news items from nearly every
corner of the county. We had the cu
riosity, after the paper went to press,
to count up the items and here is the
count:
Far or County items' 90
Worthington items JJ.5
Arrival items
Land ISalu items SJ
Total, 171
Having got started in this interest
ing pursuit, we thougtit we would see
how many names of persons residing in
the county, or interested in some way
in Nobles county, were to be found in
this one issue, and the number reached
170.
A to school lands we gave not only
the sales, but the appraisals in full, the
latter of which will be useful for future
teference and should be posted in the
diary of every one interested in the next
sale of school lands.
Of course, we have not counted ad
vertisements in the above list of names
and items, nor any matter on the out
side which contained a several column
report of the great mill explosion, be
sides reports from a number of coun
ties in this state and the general news.
We challenge any local or county pa
per in the State to equal this.
Alilii\"ALS.
C. Waltz, of Ne foundiand,
Wayne county, Pa. has ariived and
purchased a quarter on section 3, Bige
low, near Ocheeda Lake. expects
to break sod and open a farm.
Jas. W Miner, of Ea Claire, has
arrived and is looking about with a
view to making further investments in
this vicinity.
Geo. Bass, from Butler county, Iowa,
and S. Knipe, from the bam3 place,
have arrived. They are relatives of
Geo. Morgan, of Hound Lake, and Mr.
Bass expects to locate here.
Peter Hart, Win. II Morrison and
Jas. Ilediick, of Ea Claire, have ar
ved and expect to locate in this vicini
ty. Their t"ams will be on in a few
days to begin breaking.
II. Wisner, of Middletown, N Y.
cousin to Mr. Hunyon, has arrived and
purchased a half section of hind.
II. Augustine, of St. Paul, lias ar
rived with two teams to begin break
ing on his land sw 33 Elk.
Wm. II. Tinkhpaugh, of .Fillmore
county, has arrived and purchased land
near ISigelow and lots in town. Mr
T. is a cabinet-maker and thinks of o
pening business in Bigjlow.
Itiley Peikins has arrived from llich
land county, Wis., and has located in
Dewald.
LAXI) SALES.
Wm Madison has sold his farm in
Ilersey to N Lockwood, for SW0.
Miner & Parsons report the follow
ing sales since our last:
Si sec. 9, Digelow, to Henry Wis
ner. will break lull acres.
E ne sec. 13, Bigelow, to Xcls
Grilson, at $7 per acre.
Si and of si i, soc. o, Indian Lake,
to Niis Langselh, $7 oi) per acre.
Si of nei sec. S-lUJ-lo, to Frederick
Lang, §0 per acre.
N and n} of nwi, sec. 9, Ilersey, to
Godfred Katnps, $7 ,30 per acre.
E is 19, Graham Lakes, to
Linquest, and Peterson, S'o.
N and of sci sec, U7, Ilersey to
Mr. Ponath, i?(i o0.
N swi sec. 13, Elk, to II. O. Book,
$0.
S* of sec. 7, Lorain, to llichard
Eldredge, §8.
N sec. 10, Olncy, to W. R. Martin.
40 acres on sec. 34, Lorain, to W.
Minor for $240.
Humiston & Pope have sold the fol
lowing:
N of sec. 31-104-41 to John Dates
man, formerly owned by John Ileckel.
Sei sec. 30, J3igelow, to Wm. N Tin
klepaugh, for $7o0.
Lots 3 and 4, block 11, Bigelow, to
Win. N Tinklepaugh.
They have located on government
lands Riley Pel king, on sec. 4, Dewald.
Also 142 acres, in Bigelow, to II. Bo
vie.
Children cry for Dr. Marshall's Lung
Syrup. I is the most pleasant prepa
tion for Coughs and Colds known, and
perfectly harmless. Price 2-5 cents a
bottle. Sold by Law.
The Reynolds Brothers advertised to
"expose" things, including Spiritual
ism, oh Tuesday night last. The wick
ed Council demanded a license fee and
the money was not forthcoming. A
bout la dozen persons gathered to see
Spiritualism exposed and went away
disappointed at not having a chance to
see that great laid bare
clear down to the bones. Shame on
the bigots to treat their own speakers
in this way. Wha are we coming to
when bigotry and ignorance won't even
give its own side a hearing.
O I TS O COWS.—Last year C.
Wilkinson, of Elk, milked 9 cows.
made butter and sold it in Worthing
ton. The average to each cow was $10.
16. 'li raised a calf to every cow and
in the fall was offered an average of
$5 50 for each calf, making the yield
per cow for last season §21 GO. Th
butter sold at an average of 124c per
pound. The cows cost him an aver
age of $23.
This was above the milk and butter
used by the family and a considerable
quantity used in fattening pigs. Ad
ding this, the cows fully paid for them
selves in one year.
Windom reports 30 prairie schooners
a day and Fairmont 40. Some days it
reaches 60. These concentrate at Wor
thington and sail away for the west.
Worthington is the gateway not only
for railroad travelers but for those
traveling by wagon. Every night it is
camp, camp, camp, the boys are camp
ing, all around town, and every day it
is tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys are
marching through as though an army
were going west to put down the rebel
lious prairies.
THEATRE.
The Marble Combination supporting
the Great Comedian Billy Marble will
give three of their First Class Dramat
ic entertainments here commencing
Monday night, May 20. This company
have the reputation of being the best
Company Traveling in the West. Dur
ing their stay they will produce Th
Great play of Divorce, Rip Van Winkle
and Mark Twain's Great American
Comedy of The Gilded Age or There's
"Millions-in it.'? Seats can bo vesei v
ed without extra charge at Law's Drug
Store.
NATURALIZATION IA1ERS..
Th followtigs-Biunedw •per*ons='^)b«
tained second naturalization papers at
the recent" March and May terms of
court held in Worthington:.
AOLofsledt/ OleOlsen,
Andrew Anderson, A Berg,
Henry Nelson, Ole Hansen,
Mis lu'iekson, S.eimeii Naylcr,
Loren lverson, Jas It Ward,
Andrew Larson, .Mian Dnehnan,
Cha-. Lars m, 1* Ulvelinj
Lie11 Larson, Kosa Ulveling.
Ole Torsen, Frank illveling,
Die Audernon, Hanson
Jl. Neyens Lilllwrg,
Anto.i lleger,- Kd Uillen,
(.unde Juul, 11 ittiek,
ii O Fiisk, WC! Randall
ThoM. Cow in. W in Gr no
Thus. A 'I lmmpson. '1 honi.ts,
I'aw ilsehik, itau l'anlson,
F. H.tbei man Christ IVtersou
(.eo llitchens a id Hates,
IS Qiiine, V.C'hris.ian.son,
•los Myli'oie,' as Maiv.e.i,
a N N A Moe,
A (iilheitson ll'in Thoin,
fc in lireitz,
Du Turner, KOl.-son,
Ji Anderson ilemiiel,
Kriek a so
II Toliiioid A Seimll/
Win I'airy, W Jit-own,
Tanj leMn, Thu Klasey
A (.'hiislttnaon, as ll.ij gai'd,
S ii a Joh Du.in,
Win Chidley, no a a
Saml a Malm-to:i,
Ulo St.like Moore,
Wm Gulu, 1" JJalsltum,
Nel li.ii.1",
THE FOREIGN ADVERTISER.
The foreign advertiser, with a few
honorable exceptions, is becoming al
most as troublesome to the country ed
itor as the tramp is to the house-keep
er. We ask our brethren of the press,
"what shall we do with him? Shall
we cut loose from him altogether until
he offers to pay cash, and each quarter
in advance or shall we let him run on
as tit present asking half rates, pay in
trade and we pay him the difference in
cash?
We throw away bushels of proposi
tions to advertise sewing machines, pi
anos, organs, guns, soaps, teas, imli
goes, washing machines, etc., etc., in
which they make us "splendid offers"
to furnish pay in theifwaies if we will
take double quantity and pay ei.ough
in cash to cover all cost to them and
give them the advertising gratis.
Even from the best and most reliable
agents we get nothing that furnishes
any pay to us tieo. Bo well «&
Company and Pettingill & Company,
are reliable advertising agents. We
take space in their Newspaper Direc
tories and pay in advertising. Bu tall
the advertising we ever get from them
is just enough to pay for our place hi
the Directory.
There is Ash & Itobbins, of Brook
lyn, who advertise remedies for Fits
and Consumption. They promise to
send first quarter in money as soon as
they receive the Hist paper containing
the ad. We insert it and send bill.
Xo response. We wi ite again. Xo re
ply. Then we set that advertisement
aside and indulge in such reflections as
are penuitted in orthodox conveits.
As a rule, the foreign adveiliser is a
cheat or a bore. Where he is responsi
ble and pays up in cash, he wants to be
put among the reading matter, in read
ing type, at the top of the column, and
at least half W column away from any
other advertisement.
What do our brethren of the country
press say to oigauizing and making a
decided stand against all this class of
advei Using?
We have booked \2 new subscribers
in the. last few days without any solic
itation. Th A A N E is not grow
ing with a rush, not jumping out of the
ground, as they say of the crops, but
its growth is steadily, healthy, and per
manent. Th paper is a necessity to
every one interested in Xobles county,
and those who do not subscribe for it
borrow it regularly on the "free lunch"
plan. one feels that he has read
the news until he has read the A
A N E
We have received a copy of the Mun
cy (t\i.) Luminary containing an ac
count of the celebration of the golden
wedding of a prominent citizen. A
mong the speeches is a charactei istic
ane from our old friend Dr. B. S. Lang
don.
By-the-way, the Doctor, we learn,
has been appointed Xotary Public for
Lycoming county, an ollice which pays
about $1,000 ii year.
It must have been at a seance that
the A A N E learned that Messrs.
Thompson a bhermeier were going
to open a bank at Worthington. These
gentlemen are now here and are spend
ing it few dtijs on their farms at Fish
Lake, and in a few weeks they will
commence banking operations in Win
dom .—Windom Reporter.
MINOR ARRIVALS.
A the residence of S. Kelley, on
Friday night last.
A the residence of C. Dana, on Wed
nesday, April lo, a daughter.
A minor arrival at E. Jackson's,
a boy, weight 10+ pounds.
The following was told us the other
day as a fact, which shows how young
minds are educated up in theological
dogmas:
I E I O E O O W
Dolly, if you aint good, you'll go to the
bad place, and you'll sizzle and sizzle,
and you won't burn up, but you'll siz
zle and you'll sizzle forever.
A locomotive came down the road
the other day which appeared to have
an escape pipe in the rear. W thought
of Pope's beautiful lines:
Lo the poor Kngin whose untoote'l wind
in into vapor and escapes behind
A Skirt Suspen.ler Company sends us
an advertisement and says if we will
insert it, they will send us by mail a
pair of our skirt suspenders for your
lady, which will be a positive blessing
to her." Accepted.
Now if some other establishment will
furnish the lady and take advertising
for pay, won't we be fixed?
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Asthma,
Bronchitis, and all diseases of the lungs
and chest are readily Cured by Dr. Mar
shall's Lun Syrup, a remedy which
never fails to giye satisfaction. Price
only 25 cents. Sold at Law's Drug
Store.
Persons wishing to see a fine stand
of young trees can do so by going out
to the "Okaliena farm of Sir.
Sykes, on the shore o£ the west lake.
They are "jnst beautiful," as the girls
say, and are probably the finesjt lot of
thrifty-growing trees in the county.
I is announced that the bride's pres
ents in the Cameron-Sherman wedding,
whi 'h occurred a few clays agoatCleve
hrml, Ohio, foot up $100,000 value.
Sjiiint' of the people who contributed
will now have to go.liome and live on
soup and. shin bones- for six months to
make up.
S the land excitement
^9W.wnffi'!rt?**iswr«-.|ieat.-^TraTn!^^brinff
home-seekers in by battallions, and the
hotels are constantly crowded.—Spirit
Lake Beacon.
Since„its small and obscure- begin
ning. Spiritualism has, spread beyond all
precedent. uutiUiioso who .i.ccept it aro
now said to number six or seven mil
lions in this country alone, and an al
most, proportionate number in England
and other, parts of Europe. Many
prominent scientists have accepted the
idea. Th "manifestations" have
spread throughout the wot Id, and as
sumed such A variety of forms, and be
come so pronounced, that the scientific
"exposers" of twenty or thirty years a
go have dropped out of sight. Th
multitude of exposed frauds and coun
terfeits bespeak something genuine and
real, behind the clnats and it is the
spread of the more impressive phases of
the jiower, in private families, where no
outsiders are admitted, and where
cheating is out of the question, that
has largely contributed to swell and ex
tend the ranks of the believers. Theie
are hundreds of thousands who accept
and welcome the spiritual phenomena,
as explaining much that was nivsteii
ous in ancient as well as modern times,
and as opening high and steadfast as
surance of the great truth of a consci
ous individual jjost mortem exi tence.—
Hartford (Ct.) Daily Times.
Fourteen millions of dollars and over
have been the profits received by four
men in dividends alone, from the Con
solid, ted Virginia mine in Nevada,
since February, 1R75! or about 55,263
each every day. Just exactly why so
much gold and silver should be poured
into the laps of these individuals is not
obviously apparent, yet many a poor
man is just as happy as Flood or O'
Brien or Fair or Mackey, simply be
cause his wife is cheerful and content
in the possession of a Light-Kuuning,
noiseless "Domestic" Sewing Machine.
lw.
It is surprising to what a degree sick
ness inlluenc'es one's temper and dis
position. Sickness, however, means
derangement of the blood, and for all
blood disorders nothing known equals
Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture. lw
liUSIXESS FOR LADIES.
Our attention has been called to a
new article for the use of ladies, the in
vention of which has con lei red an ever
lasting blessing upon every lady. We
refer to the Queen City skirt suspen
ders for supporting ladies' skirts, the
most ilesirabl" and beneficial article ev
er invented for the relief of women,
many of whom have sufferjd years of
miserable health caused solely by car
rying the weight of a number of heavy
skirts, completely diagaring them down.
Something to support ladies' clothing
is absolutely necessary. These suspen
ders are recommended by our leading
physicians to all l.tdies and young girls.
Kvery lady should have them." They
are sold only through lady agents. A
splendid opportunity is offered to some
reliable la'dy can vessel* of this county
to secure the agency of a pleasant a.nil
profitable business. For terms and ter
litory write at once to the Queen City
Suspender Company, 278 Clark Street,
Cincinnati, O. i-4\v.
LITER A It NOTICES.
f!.Kiev's l.a.lxS UiioU. CocTovN I Ttook
I'libl'i-hingCo. riiilnilflnlu.i Ot) a v.'ar
Tlio number is received eontainiiu: im
nienitf. pc ii Siunme.-sl\le- lor the I id'.ef.
Anions t'-o li a mtents Koinaiiee of ,i
Summe (J.irdee. Clin Wilde, Al'iie l.'epe
Hon tin' or "-nee sx. Art nf I,et'er Wi lting
etc liesi e.s mnvli liotiselio'.d in
if a a Tes ol Cre.-d," is a of Krolh
intrli m"s eM-ellent «eriiiins pnbliMieil l.y 1*.
Putnam' Sons, N. V. Ktolhiinjli.int lieli 've-, lit
tle or tliinsi in ereeiNaiu much \\ii\s ai
a pure lite, ills .sermons should be
read.
The April number or the Evolution is icccive
eontaii ii aitiele on Enirl.iml and il.e is,
a I'rojjtress of the i'cm|ciaucc Mo\ mient
The SuiuliyScli .1—Whit Duiii- Tor our 1'l.ii
«1 en. Th I'vout oi Theory, On Kiel Tor
liuo, The K\olnti ot lieliiuon, eie.
Tue article on l'tcin.i! it is one of the
verv ablest we iv read on t!i 'siibj.'i't.Ish in a
*.\ inicanu.ilh the lo uia is.iuii ho inc m
siMei ii is vi 1ith justice and merev.
The Evolution, us we a bi fo'-e a is a
niou! a W o( thcl.l.ei.U pu'ilieations. H-ii
nett's Tru' Seeke is more an •uiieclastie n.-\vs
while the !,v iluti !i *cu se all ipies
ens fn in the 1 st:u il point the ahi'i
tv-iuil il'tniiU or a ts,i K. tint s, pub
li-mer, 14 Coitl.in.lt St., X. V.
OEITUARY.
O Sunday, iv 12, ISTs, at 3 o'clock
p. in of Pv ptle'ii E I daughter or
(). and U. Gr.indsleii, aued years, il ins
an 1 a
IVORTIllXGTOX MARKETS.
W E A S-og S4
bbl. ." 00 ii S 00.
E -i-UD .v
OA is bushel. 30@ Tc.
COKN. Huff
liLTIEI!.'l2'4e(??loC.
EGGS
1
do/.., 1"C
1A.AIBKU—
Eiist (Viiini m, i,22@J1l, per in.
-eond Common -l'lg 2.
I is 1W\ S.
Shinnies, -s.'wl ."HI.
I'looiine, sis,,?^
Mdimr, -.2 f'sa
N 1 W A E I S E E N S
RAILROAD FARE—REDUCED RA'IES.
Air.iiiRcments been completed for .send
ing passenget at reduce I rates of fare from
Chicago and other points to Worthing on, Adri
an, &c.
Ticket for single or round trips iiiav be ob
tained on application to A E N G'ISS-IN,
G-'ili-tf Agent 5 Dearborn St., Chicago.
CAITLE FOR SALE.
I
Huntington, did you credit that item
to the A A E on purpose, or did
you really make a mistake? That item
never appeared in the A A N E at
any rate.
OKFEli s-iie entire E of A E E
a 40 head, insisting ot one "tear
old 4 ii Bull: !." Cows mid lleif.-is with
calx es by s-de -iml In Yea: lings, till of which will
be soltl in lotst suit pirehaser.s, either on time
seeniit ,, or elie.ip foi cash. Would efer
1 entire held to one party. Also in im
prove 1 SO.tete farm 4 miles west of Town 80
acres joining be bought if purchaser wishes.
G-3G—3w II. \V. KiMnu.i
JOJIX HULL AND EXGLAXD'8 GLORY.
riMlKS E celebrated Blooded Horse are in
Worthington and will do sei vice during the
ensuing season. Farmer desirous of improving
their stock call on the undersigned.
0 4o—3\v A E. G1HSSELT.
H. L. VRADEHBURG,
Homeopathic Physician
Spccialnttentioimive to discaseso the E E
and E A Olhee in Methodist Block, first door
to the right, up stairs, Wortliing.on, Minn
G-3o-!y.
GOODYEAH'S
Of Every Description.
W O E S A E A S O I
Handsom "'Reversible Coir, *12 CO. Other
«a to '.
Cap^, Capes, Eeggins, (in Covets, anil Water
pioof (oods of all kinds.
Ladies Nursery Aprons, £1 75.
Children's Bib's and Diapers, oO cents.
Cilb Sheets, li.uuisoinely linisl.ed. *1 00 & $1 23
by mail.
Bed Sheets, handsomely finished, full size $ 0
by mail.
Ladies' Hnbber Glove for II msewni It, Garden
ing, and Soltcntng and W in the a
and a cure for Salt Uiieum and happed II mds
Endie-i'Short, *1 2"). Gaunilet- $1 5». Gents
*1 fOiind il 7.ri by mail.
Nttisery Sheeting, W a Bottles, Life
Preservers etc., etc
Novell ies of all kinds for comfort and conve
ienec of ladies, irthy their attentioti.
Goody.'ill's' Maninl illustrated, r.2
pages of valuable information.o interest to eve
ry one, on receipt of address and stamp.
Goods suitable to all purposes. Speci.il arti
cles to order. Anyt in 4 pounds, l.y
mail.
Best Goods at. Lowest N Yor Price.
A E N S W A S E
Brooklyn Depot Gooclyear's
liubbef Goods.
Manufacturer's and Dealers Wholesal and Re
tail.
A O I E Manager,
211 Fulto Brooklyn. N Y.
P. O. ox 28. Say you a "ad"' in this paper.
3ti-2
I S O SALE.—Enquir of
M. S. TwrrciiELL.
Owing to-some technical error, it is
tliouglit that the tax voted by town
ships in Iliiniboldt county in favor of
the Ames Narrow Gauge llailroad are
uncollectible. The question will be re
submitted.—Spirit Lake Beacon.
St. Croix Lumber Yard.
A.FOEBES,
A E A E I N
LU.M E
Cf All Kinds
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mould
ings, Etc.
Will furnish Blinds and Screen Doors
Painted and Iluug
Also Farm Machinery.
Yard on Second Avenue, Opposite Mc
Manus House.
WORTHINGTON. MINN.
6-29—31H*
R. F. BAKER,
E A E I N
Clothing, Hats, Caps,
A N
Gent Furnishing Goods
Has just received a very fine stock of
Spring and Summer Clothing.
Our sromis wore bought for c.sii at close fig
ures ami will lw sold for the same
Knits fiom S to $", $7 50, *S fu, *9 00, *10 00.
§11 iki ami $12 on.
lllnc Plitmipt Suits from *3 00 to *lf O'*.
For el information call or see
„. l'"- BAKKK
0.31—3111 Worrhinirtoii, Minn.
HEiSSEY DEPAUTMEKT
llBItSBY TIME TABLE—SIOCX CITV A ST. PAIT. It. 11.
Goin East—1-A1 a. in. Goin West—11:17 a. in.
3:18 11:49 p. in
Comeand See Me
If you Vo. 1 Goods.-it low pi ice. I
eon-tautl on hand a general stock of
Dry Goods and Groceries,
Hals, Caps, Boots, Shoes. Crockery, 'I in-ware,
Gl.iss-w.ne, tains, W.dl P..pet. .lewelry, Gai
den Keeils an I E-inev Noiio-is of all ki.uls.
Also Asjent Tor the Vanbrunt, & Davis S
the M'.biieCrossiuK.inil Iirei\iti
also Monitor a go
Dry Goods and (Jrovrrirs. Hoots. Shoos,
Crockeiy, Xolions. :md Ketidy
^Iiido Clothing,
And all o'her go ^l-i ii kept in a counfry
store. The a goods wid be sold
I a S'os- a O
Mount tiii and Anll.i.ieite Coal for .t\c.
CasSi Paid for Wheat.
ill fin nish Kl Seed in Spi inir.
BIGELOW MIXN
0 3
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Save ]VIoiioy!
For Price Li-.t ot one of the best Se ing Ma
chines in the m.nkct address,
MRS. S. P. WALDEK,
r.-21—3111. Bi»i low, Nobles Conn.y .Minn.
Catarrh, Consumption an 1 Bronchi il com
plnint.s, il negleett'd, speedily end in peinian
ent sullering. 'J he best known remcch after
loimpraetie.il use, is a if Kxti.iet ot Tar and
Wild mpouniled by skilled chemists,
from .some of the Ii. si vegetable icnie
di s. it is not only valuable in pulimmai dis
eases, but it is (unlike most remedies,
in are extremely debiht.iti.ig) an excellent
tonic if taken as directed.
Kilert's Dayliahl Liver Bills are reliable, safe
and efllcieiit. They ptni' the blood regulate
the liver and digestive oigans and le.iev liead
acllL'cau-ed by indigestion.
Forsuninie mp'ainl or Cholera infantum
there is nothing as ite and reliable as li. Win
ch -IPs Teething :s.\iiip it fail- to give in
mcdi.ite relief, and i-. liarmless. Soltl by ail
Druggisi at 2-J ets. hot le.
Ir. J.it]ue's a Wor Cakes never f.iil
to a xp.'ll theni from the.sjs
l'leasin to take an I pcifectlv safe.
KAHMIIIW! KVHMI:I!S.': Would jott have our
Houses in prime condition for •.priim'nnd
if so, several things should be
st'.ictly ohser\ed good e.-ire, r. giil.tr leed and
lilieralciiTNing are a the ss.n.tinals, it
do not tail to give them J'nel. s.ni' ('o.nii.ion
Powder, tieeor.iing direclions and vou will
be a tor our expense and tiouble. or
Sale by all Diugirisis.
Uncle main's Harness Oil fi'ls and closes the
pores of leather, cltectu illy the
trance of d.impiiess.dttst, etc ,.tnl lendeirn tiic
hirnes soft and p'iabie while at the .same time
incieiising il durability. Sold by all Harnes
Makers a de.ilei in leather.
&J
O
li.tkcs.
S
Mowers, Reapers,
Sell IMnders, II S.e.
If you want anything in line, you *.\"U do
well to call :it store an I'sce j,oniK and get
THOS. E. FITZGERALD,
(-3.1 Hersey.
Dr. L, GOTTNELIF,
ISTotary l^ublic
AND
HEAL ESTATE AGENT.
Taxe paid for non-residenls.
E S E I I
_fi-N
Martin Ileiser,
BUY (i OOilS, OltorEKlKS.
llard Notions, Headv M.uleOlothing, Roots
ami shoes
Look at my conrt* and ask prices lief ore you
buv elseuhere l'.u'ter and I taken in
change at the highc'l market
A for the a
.I/OV /TOI PLOW, and dealer in Ag
ricultiiritl Implement of all kinds.
IIEKSK
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BIGELOW DEPARTMENT.
21. J~ON~il&9
Deale in
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GOOD XEU'S FOR THE FARMERS.
N•'lMtney,
of Worthington, and Joh T5. Ma
comber, of Minneapo'is, a man of a
a ii in the business, intend to be
fully prepared to put in drive wells, with any
stvle of pump, including the force pump—very
useful .a a lire extinguisher Trices varying
fi"m §1.00 a foot in depth and choice of pumps.
AH warranted a success or no p-iy. (Jteat
pains taken in securing the best of material.
WORTHI^STON HOTEL
Only First-Class Hotel in Town.
Good Sample Rooms
llcadnwirtimj:,- the L'i Vtr.u, Si-n
Fulls, a-td Sj.'u il L-kiSl-j Li»-.
tfJMia'es to fai'ineisaml te.inistets as tow :is
any lio.i in I.iiLre .lecotii'iiod.i
tKUis. M.i^e ollice loi the tl.len-i.t lines.
Lin Sti-Vi C"itw id' I irit/t 1/c llmi.sc.
W O W I N N
HEADQUARTERS ,.
For First Clas3 Farm Machinery and Agricultural Imple
ments.
Wher can be found the most complete Stock of First Ciaft a Machinery and Farming'
I in Southw e«tei Jlinnescta compi ising a full line of each class of goods of the most
ce.ebra e.l a myiti couuti
."Haarvestiiigg ^Xaeliiiie^.
O I S I A E S E I for ITaml-bimling.
Daniel Sheli, Proprietor.
[•N 1 1
Don&7c Thread, Loc7 Fi'itcJi Au
tomatic Self-AiIJitstiii!/ 'Tension
and Tahc-itp' C'oHit'trf Steel
Hearing*, and I'owpcn
satiitg Journal.
IToae run it but to leve it
llono know it Totit to praise.
Is the most desirable and efiiciont ma
chine iK.no, tor thesf rensims
It is ni::i© ol' Ihe choicest- materi
als, ami lj the heat workmen.
It is lib* simplest in construction,
and most reliable in its notion.
It requires almost no adjusting,
nnil^ret does every variety of work.
It is noiselest, rapid, and will out
wear any other m-tchinc.
It is the ett si est, running of ma
chines, and saves muscle and nerves,
which are more valuable than money.
I has never failed ta give perfect
satisfaction.
Every machine warranted,
EST Physicians recommend it for its
light-running tuid noiseless qualities.
Send for a copy of to Choose
a Sewing Machine."
Needles, At tacliiiieiits titid pai ts foi
all machines.
O I S 1IA11VESTEII anil S E I N E
Five and six feet cut, the only complete and pei feel tbmbined machine made.
O I S A A E ami O I S I E O W E
All of which are fully trranted to give perfect satisfttction in every tvspeet.
RAlvES.
The Taylor II.vul LWerf'ulkj Horse II ty Hakes, the Taylor «elf Dumping Sulky Horse Ilay
Wagons.
The celebi ated La P.elle T.u W.i„-ons tin* Celebrjited Stu labake a Wagons
A so a nil line or the SK.iiner and Ci.ieago racturin Company's goods, consisting
of the ebiate SK.nner Sulky and a )Mo«,, i,-..,, and wood beam it breaking attach
nuMils N l.ra Iron ilea.n Sulk lMov, 1.
Miller .Brother
Jl.mu factureis and Healers in
FURINTITKE
O 1
Call and examine bi fore imichabing e'senhore.
rv jptj m.
Spi-ino- a
(io-'itK
CARPETS of every Pattern,
I S I I Mich .ll.i'tias es, Com., its.
Ml !vel 1 etc
Tit-1in I' urn it') I ooki'iu i-.^(.-,
i'.o.i's. o. ad des, 1 Hell,
Hardware,
til.is-, N.il's,«liN, in Yokes
Wagons, Seeders,,
Mowers it. ap, is Tlows,
1
|icl .ill o'h
er klutls oi I'.tnueis I ,iml n.i.-iiin
f'oiupletc Stock of L'l dert.ikeis* V.'.ue.
V.) sell it Ch.ciL'oaild St Paul p'iees.
Highsst Market Price Paid
for Woo!.
Store on --1 between am 'il A ii if
Worthinoton, [Sinn.
0 -.N ly
GEO. BLAKE,
General Agent, Minneapolis, Minn.
N. A. BARLOW,Aijc„t, WorUnw/ton,
Minn. 3 J—2U\v.
IV!cia,ui3 House.
Near '.lie St. i'anl & Sionx Cily I'ailroad Depot
J. A N S Proprietor.
This House it First Class in all its app' int
in a iv its locitimi iseonvenient the K.til
rtrid Depot, and ih h.i.siness portion of the
Town
WO THING TON, MINN.
23—ly
N. 1'ITNEV,
fi-.'sj—3w .1. 15. M.VfJOMBER.
The O S S TI.iy-Twister a
and a W a O S at Miller Bro
thers. See advertisements. '51 -tf
,.,..,,„ Breaking I'low,
Corn IMo-vs 1'ouhle Shovel |{. in and Walkli Corn CuIllTatom Coulters tiag.:
a a OLe a id eveiy hint? else lM-.al! kept in the maehine
line, all of which 1 gn.u.intce as good .is the best and keep on hand a fullstoek of Evlra
for CormiekV machines and all other goods ild l.y me.
Atthe Old Stand, I Oth St., Worthsngton, h^tnn,
II- W. KIMBALL.
Worthington Meat Market.
W MADISON
At the favoi ite O S A on Thii A us
coi.tlniies to sell all kinds or Meat of the 15liS"
GAME AXD POULTRY,.
FRESII A XJ) S.ILT ME.\T
S. 1 S A E AXD ROTTED REEF,
The latter a Specialty. Thank for past liberal'
pationage. li fair dealing and furnisl ing good
me,ils, IK hopes ton tain the implic patronage.
4 :'.W1J
M.tinir.ictr.rer a. il Dealer In a 1 JCinds
Double and Single
TtA.nnsrj^R8,-
Saddles, Whips and l.ishes Saddler's Hard
w.ue, Ti uuks UK| V-iIises.
I also keep in eonneetion with the Harnes
business a 1'n-si Cl.i'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
I V.hci 1 am now prepared to .sell Jloots and
sli che.iper than the cheapest,
in I'.iots.uid Harness made to order from
the es| hrai ,ts „f Leather and a the best
woiKini 1. in the place.
1 Harness, p,., and Sole Le..|her for sale.
ii ii to de in Ijolh blanches
bit mess
I'toneer Stand on Nint btieet oitliiuglon
:Nl1""-
[il 3i—ly
Baa! Estate Agency.
The follovi,it. Lands olTered Tor sale by iliu
""'A1-1 ,1,-:,11'(1-
1
tae ol the enoieesl Laiids in
s. V\. Minnesota, ir selet ted in the earn
-etlleine'it ol N .hies Counts, and now MM .1
puncipii| |.\ .„ id «,! |,
0
sold, will,
tlieimpiovtni'-i.is, nt pijees eenriall lielmv
iti.it oi the wiidK It. 1 in,Kin sanii'lotLility:
I1'1 a near r.ig-low statio,.,
a hoicoqu.iit.Tclos niaiket p.,i in
I I. i.tin within two miles or Woithiuglou b'.'l
in l.lk. go.nl Imi.diiiLsaiid her i.nproienn-ufs,
.1 desiialile in bm tin in i:ik on See. 1. I:. In
Dewald. i-o nl plow and meadow Ian I, a's MI
•I d. ing th i\ A a. jos on See. 10 in
Hew ild. b.ni (lne\.-*f iv Miller s-a
tion. il iiilii.thii Lakes heauliful
silu.ited on Laki s. ,s". in sa nc sec.
Ill'.-lb.\ lands a I at fio .!.:) to
.M on a
1 w.II also itteml to the p.ijnu'iit of lave-, S
oi nun residents.
coii'ii'sroNnKNcE so
a- iw] HUMISTON, i-oru&co.
P£!NER& PARSONS,
A I S I
Kcuil Instate,
Negotiators of Loans,
At.EST* TOP, TIin SV1.U OP
A I O A A N S
Locate Governin't Lands,
Atluntl Land Trials, Pay
A S O
CorrcspundCDco Solicited. .,
15-.vl
SEWIIG MACHETE.
Worthington, Mlun.
Farms for Sale.
10,000 ACPtES LAND,*
Improved anil' Unimproved,
Xear Kaili-oatl and Market,
In quantities to suit purchasers. Also me
CHOICE THEE CLAIMS.
OFFICE—In hand Ollice Building,
Tenth Street, Worthington, Minn.
Cal1 on oraihlress
F.G.CRANDALL& CO.
*7—1£
New Lumber Yard.
FOSTER & SHEPARD"
LComer 2d Avenue tfc 0'.'». Slrctl.]
ALL KINDS or
E S S E E
Constantly on hand. Also,
Shingles, Lath, Coal fc Wqod.
-\thh, Doors, Building Paper, & &c
Kills of I.nmh or Tiinhcr promptly filled, in
a load lots or hcruise
FOSTER & SHEPARO.
Wort/iinr/lon, Mian. G-17y
hortBora Bull,
The undersigne has'recently purchased from
H. F. Brown JJsq., ot .Minneapolis, the celelna
ted Short Hor Bull,
Cumberlan Chief,
Which he will keep for the improvement ol
Stock.
This Bull is of pure l*i incess blood, red a
white color, bred by Warre I'erciv.il, of Vas
salhoro, Maine recorded in volume 14 of the
American Herd Book, ami took First Premi
um at the N Kngland Fair when years
old.
.Mr. Brow pronounces him second to no Bull
in the State.
Terms of Service 5 Dollars.
A. N. JORDON.
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