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PUBLISHED WEBKLT, AT
•TORTniNGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN.
Terms Two Dollars per year, Invariably In ad
•nce. AH orders will receive prompt attention.
CoinnuiHtcat. ms intended (or publication must
•e accompanied by the real name and address of
•e writer an a gui. auty of good faith—not nee
Maarily for publication.
A E I S I N A E S
One Inch three weeks, *2.00, three mouths, 44.00
Three Indies weeks, 5.00, 8.00
Five Inches," 6.00, 10.00
Special rates given for larger advertisements
Special notices, first week 10 cents a line sub
wquent insertions 5 cents a line each week.
Transient advertisements paid In advance.
Yearly advertisements to be paid quarterly.
Legal advertisements to be paid for before affl
iavit Is given.
A. O. of TJ. W.
Worthington Lodge Xo Co meets every Friday
evening. GEO. W. WILSON, Master Workmn.
It. 11. I'LOTTS, Recorder.
A S O N I
lEOULAR COMMUNICATIONS of Fraterni
ty Lodge, No. 101, A. F. & A. M. at Masonic
A Hall in Worthington on the
each month.
Mondays in each
*£?=»., J'" 1s and 3
month.
I P.
DUKFEE, \V. M.
It. 11. I'LOTTS, SCC
KKGULAlt O N O A
TIONS of Living Arch Chap
ter, No. 28. It. •. A. M. at Ma
sonic Hall on the 4th Monda
CU UR CI DI Id •TO Y.
E O I ST E IOFAI..—Services every San
bath morning at •r!i! evening service at 7.—
Sunday School at 12. Praye meeting Thursday
evening. Rev. T. II. Kinsmin, Pastor.
UNION CONGUBUJ TIONAI..—Services morning
and evening. Sund iy School immediately after
the morning service. I'raver meeting Thursda\
evening. Rev. Mr. Hart, pastor.
rniisin'TBitiAN Cnuitrii.—Services morning
and eve.ning. Sabbath School immediately after
the morning service. Prayer meeting Thursdaj
eveuinir.
NOBLES COUNTY OFFICE US.
Al'PITOU—K. S Mills.
TUEASCIIEU—II. Shepard
REGISTER OF E E S Ohadwlck.
JiiHiKo Pr.oiiAIF.—It. Harbor.
Ci.EKK UP Cut KT—H. N. Carrier
SliBKlFF— K. E. Miller.
BUUVEYOK—Allen Chancy. Deputy—Alle
M. Chancy.
COCU COM MISSION EH—II. D. Uumiston.
COt'STY ATTOICXKY—'CO. W. i.ilSOIl.
COKONBIt— L. IV Bennett.
COUNTY SII-EUINTKNDKNT—J Ogle.
COM MISSIONEltS.
first District—Fred Hlnoni, of Seward. f"hr*n
Second District—A. M. Crosby, of Anri»H.
Third District—Miles Itiikett, of Grand
Prairie.
ARRIVAL AXD DEPA IITUREOF MAILS
AUKIVE3.
Eastern (dally) 12 10a.m
do st. Paul and beyond 30
Southern 2 3" a. m.
Western—Lu Verm* and Sioux Falls, lo 25 a
Round Lake, Saturday
DBl'AUTS.
Eastern (dailv) 2 SO a. m.
do to -t. Paul ml beyond 10 32 am
Southern 1 2 K'a. in.
vVestein—Lu Verne am Sioux Fall" 3 40 pin
Round U.-.C,Saturdays 1
M.iils c.-u ri'-d by d.iv trails close T0 minutes
ueftired-parture. All others at 9 o'clock pin
Office hours from 7 a. in. 8 in. Sun-lays
from to a and 12 to 12 3 in.
Money orders issued and letters registered be
tween if o'clock a in and S m.
M. U. SOULE, T. M.
A I A A N E A E OF A I N S
SIOUX CITY & ST. I'AII. TIME CARD.
EXI'HESS.
Golwi !!.!.
l^eave St. Paul jit
Wort lii'i'rton, at
Arrive at Sioux City, at
Goimi Knst.
Leave Sioux Citv at
Worthington, at
Arrive at St. Paul, at
DAY EXPKESS.
ii S Paul at
WOKTHlNGTi N A N SIOU
'Joint/ It'cc—
Leaves \Vi-rthiiigron
Ar. at Sioux Fails,
Joiu'l East—
Leaves Sioux Fill', at
?.?.0 p. m.
11.4 p. in
4.0.1 a. in.
12.01 a. in
4.10 a. in.
12 :j' p. in.
T-.lo a in
3:"0
7:1" in
7 a in
11: 4 a
7 in
Arrive a- W-.rtiiinutou at
Ar. at Sioux «'ity at
Leave Sioux fit vat
Arrive at or! hingtoii at
Ar. at St.. Paul at
FALLS K. R.
3 40 p. m.
10
5
r.
Arrives at Woi t'uii-'t-n
a. m.
li 2.1
Mr. TiiiNEit, Agent.
C. & N. \V. TIME TAV.I.E.
Time of departure of Passenger Trains from
daukato:
Leave for Chicago S Id a. in. & it 35 p. m.
New i'liu at 0 31 a. in. & 2"i p. in.
Time of arrival
From the East, i! 30 a & 25 pin
1 rum the West, 8 15 a in & 6 ."U in.
B, Mutual Aid Soci
ety,
O E N N S A N I A
li« plaii "f tlii- s'H'Hy ri'c iiumends itself for
ICSsimplicity. e(|uity ami a Ivantage- From l»
cents per \v.« K, nee idiii.? to aire, secures
•1,'iM'* iMietlt to liet:s. Ii il th-se rates $ in &
Males an f.'inales fr.'iu I." to (',: years id age
nay liee.ni'.e in-ml)'is. Ex-urr. fhe systoiu.—
All ihe De-cuts of life insurance may be secured
jy laboring men. il]on or ddres«
L. B. SE^HETT,
-3—tf A^ent, Worthingiou, Minn.
J. H. JOHNSON,
Maimfactnrer of and Dealer in all kinds of
BOOTS and SHOES,
Saddles, Harness, etc
Custom work and Uepairiug in bo.li br.inches
•f business.
9tli street, WorUiiiigton, Minn.
7-40—ly
HE. TORRANClT
E A E I N
DRY GOODS
A N
NOTIONS,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
O E I E S
Crockery,
Furniture, Etc,
8-32—ly
RUSHMORE CUSTOM
MILL
Rushmore, Minn.
Having put in a Middlings Run, we are now
prepared to do FIRST CLASS WoitK. Please give
us a fair trial.
Feed and Com ground First and Third Satur
day In each mon Ii.
J. BEDFORD & SON.
19-2m.
COUNTY MAPS
ORE A RED VCTIOXIX PRICE.
Just received at the A A N E office
a new invoice of N O E S O N
A S which we will sell at a reduction
of 50 per cent, for the next 60 days, as
follows:
Single Map, 10c
Two Maps, 15c
Five Maps, 25c
These are handsome colored maps
and the only large maps of Nobles
County extant. Parties ordering by
mail must enclose stamp
FURTHER RED VCTIOX.
County Maps can be had at thisofliee
the rate of 5 for 25 cents.
Ladw,forthose rTistressing complaints
to which you are subject, tese Dr. Fattxtr$
\Germau Aromatic Wine. 40-tfm
A Domestic Sewing Machine for sale
at (thisofllac.
LOCAL.
WORTHrNOTON. MlNN.. OCTOBER 20, 1681
CLUB RATES
The ADVANCE IS furnished at $1 50 a year to
Clubs cf ten or more. Clubs of ten for sixmonths
75 cents for each subscriber.
AllI Official Matter Pub
lashed in this Paper.
TO FOREIGN SUBSCRIBERS.
Suscribers to the A A N E living
outside of Nobles county will please
remember that when we notify them
of the expiration of their subscription
and they do not respond, we take it fo**
granted that they do not want the
paper longer, and our rule is to strike
their names off.
Vol. 10 No. 8
Bologna sausage at Herwn's. Stf
The timbers for the hay press are
being framed.
A movement is on foot to organize
a lodge of the Sons of Temperance.
The pen is mightier than the sword
bnt the "bar!" is mightier than both.
Gov. Miller's household goods will
be sold on Saturday next at 1 o'clock
at the house.
Cash paid for butter and eggs at Ilei
roll's. 8tf
Mr. Grundsten is painting up the
Congregational^hurch lrom top to
toe.
The friends of L. Bo wen will regret
to learn that his daughter, IIattic,
died at Minneapolis on Sunda}', Oct.
10th, of typhoid fever
A new paper called the Tribune
has be«n started at Sibley by Chas.
E. Cosby. I is an 8-col. neatly prin
ted and newsy. W
Scovill•,: says Guitenu was "really
a very handsome, winning man
The mildest-mannered man that ever
cut a throat or shot a President.
P. McCann raised this season on
ten acres, 62 bu. wheat on five acres,
321 bu. flax on seven acres, 67 bu.
oats. has just finished his new
barn.
The hay press of Folger & Co., lias
been ordered and will arrive in a few
days. The building will be located
near the new sidetrack just east of
town.
The Lyceum meets on Friday eve
ning (to-morrow) at 1 o'clock at the
school house. Th following ques
tion will be discussed, Resolved,
That the office of" President of the
United States should be abolished.
FOR SALE.
A Fill}*, two and half years old, out
of the Grissell horse, broken to har
ness. Also a good driving mare, now
with foal. A N I E IIOUUEU.
The demand for £!ii is great, but
not equal to the demand for Dr. Mar
shall's Lung Syrup, the great remedy
lor coughs and odds. Try it. Price
twenty-live and fifty cents a buttle
Sold by tll druggists.
We notice that \hv J.wrnal is adver
tising for Ash & Rabbins, of Brooklyn.
A year or two ugo they swindled us
out of s.'\ months advertising and now
they try the other paper. Still that is
no worse than some home subscribers
do. They ike the A A N E as long
as we will send it and when westlike
them off they go and sponge the Jour
nal.
The ADVANCE is turning the Wor
thington postmaster upside down for
not attending to his business, and
from the way things now look that
p. in. will be invited to resume pri
vate life before long. We have great
faith that the new administration will
not allow any such doings as this
man is accused of. Give him fits,
Miller.—Pipestone .--tar.
We forgot to men!ion the fact that
Huniiiitton. of the Wiiiriom Uepoi ter,
is the Republican candidate for Clerk
of the Court in Cottonwood. It* yon
make it, Huntington, we shall feel en
couraged to come out boldly as a can
didate for Notary Public.
OX EOF THE FEW.
The Fox Lake. Representative, pub
lished at Fox Lake, Wis., lias closed
the fifteenth year of its publication
and entered upon a new volume. It is
one of the few secular papers that, like
the Gardiner (Me.) Home Journal,
Worthington (Minn.) Advance, etc.,
not only profess to b* but really are in
dependent in thought and fearless in
expression, and is therefore worthy of
a liberal patronage.—Boston Banner of
Light.
REAL ESTATE,
T. IT. Parsons has purchased the
f»ov. Miller residence on Third Ave
nue for S2.-00 cash. It will be occu
pied by Mr. Folger'S family when they
arrive.
L. B. Bennett has sold the Geo. Cra
ter lot 24. block 18, on Tenth-st., to
Sutherland McLain for $lo0.
B. It. Prince has purchased the Bed
ford house and lot, corner Tenth-st.
and Fifth nveifue.
11. Braden ha* purchased W. A. Pet
erson's house and lot on Fourth ave
nue.
II. J. Ludlow has purchased the
Hoffman place, across the lake, for
$2,000. Messrs. Iloff van and Guern
sey, we learn, expect to remove to Low
er California.
CHURCH COXCERT.
There will be a meeting ot the friends
of the congregation of the Episcopal
Church at Worthington, next Saturday
night, at 7 p. m., who will be enter
tained with music, reading, and an ad
dress on the new Episcopal Church
soon to be built, by the Rev. D. G.
Gunn. The meeting will take place at
the Presbyterian Church which has
been secured for the purpose. There
will Vie an offering taken up on pledges
for the new 'Jhurch building, (but no
money will be taken in.) Those who
fail to receive invitation tickets will
please call at Mr. Madison's and apply
for them. Admission by ticket. Fo
further information see programme
and invitation tickets. The lumber
and stone for the building and founda
tion are already on the ground.
COM
Prof. Klein announces that he has
discovered a celestial phenomenon
Well, if we are to have a phenomenon
along with a perihelion and a millen
ium. we may as well succumb. Bu
he says tins affair is a family or group
of comets sailing along together.—
Probably the old folks and a lot of
brats coming west.
Gilt-edge butter at IIerron s. Stf
PERSOXAlJi.
II. Randall, of Lorain, leaves for Ill
inois to spend the winter.
Jos. Tarbert, of Adrian, is preparing
for a trip to Kansas.
C. Hildreth has moved to town for
the winter.
Walt McLain has joined the B. C. R.
& N. surveying corps.
D. S. Law has returned from New
Hampshire.
Hon. C. II. Smith and family have
returned from Wisconsin.
Wm. Ditty, of Hersey, has moved to
Worihingtou.
J. Limbert, of Adrian, was in town
on Saturday.
M. A. Doane returned on Tuesday
from Lemurs where he had been visit
ing his brother.
II. J. Barber, of Adrian, has been en
gaged at the large mill in Sioux Falls
for some time past.
The familiar face of A. M. Smith,
now of Sioux City, was seen on our
streets on Tuesday.
Geo. I lull is. of Grand Prairie, and P.
McCann. of Worthington, took degrees
in the A. O. U. W.last Saturday niglit.
II. W. Sunbon of Fort Dodge, has
our thanks for recent Fort Dodge aud
other papers.
Chas. E. Peabody, of X. Y. City, Mr.
Folger's partner, has arrived and ex
pects to remain and locate. Mr. Pea-thing,
body has been a broker in Wall Street.
Attorney L. S. Nelson, of Adrian,
has been to sr„ Paul to interview the
legislature and cure a bill incorporat
ing the village of Adrian. Mr. Kniss
has introduced a bill to that elfVct.
Wm. Chidley, of Graham Lakes,
dropped in yesterday to square accounts
with the printer. It. was an old bill
but Mr. C. is honest and got around to
it. Wish they were a'l like him.
W. W. Hen on, who is now one of
the merchants of Worthington, spent
part of Tuesday forenoon in Sibley.
He is lo'ki ig well, aud is doing we'll
witi Ids new business.—Sibley Giizette
Judge Folger, Chief .Justice of theX
Y. Court of Appeals, seems to have
been President Arthur's first choice for
Secretary of the Treasury in place of
Mr. Windom Judge Folger's sou, as
:-tuted recently in the A A N E has
decided to locate in Worthington and
will be here with his family about the
first of November. He has purchased
the Ocheeda or Parker farm with a
view to stock raising aud will put in a
hay press at Worthington.
THE XE11' RAILROAD.
T. II. Parsons received a letter on
Saturday last from Contractor Dows,
who has charge of the extension of the
Burlington. Cedar Rapids & Northern
Railroad, saying that he had seen the
President of the road and he had no
doubt that if our people would do as
they agreed, that is pay a bonus of $15,
000 and contribute the right of way and
depot grounds, the cars would be run
ning to Worthington next year.
Although this was not official notice
from the company of the acceptance of
the proposition made by our people, it
was deemed sufficient to warrant ac
tion and a meeting was called at the
court house on Monday night last for
the purpose of appointing a working
committee whose business it should be
to confer with the company, secure
right of way, attend to securing trie
bonus, etc. A. L. llunyon was failed
to the chair and \\'. A. Peteason was
chosen secretary. Judge Wilson
moved that a committee of seven heap
pointed to take charge of the work.
This being carried, the following com
mittee was appointed:
Worthington' Village—Peter Thomp
so i, D. Shell, C. II. Smith, II. Par
sons, II. E. Torrance.
Worthington Township— I. Dur
fee.
Indian LaI.e—Chas. Saxon.
The peophi of the village and of Wor
thington and Indian Lake townships
will be asked to vote a b-iuus of live
percent, on the properly valuation,
that is they will be expected to invest
live per cent, in the new road in order
to increase their property valuation
from 50 to loo per cent., an investment
which would certainly be considered
good by any business man.
We need not here repeat the advan
tages of this ne.v road, which have
been frequently set forth in the AD
VANCE. To say that this is altogether
the most advantageous road which has
so far pointed in this direction, is to
state the exact t'*uth, as it gives us our
shortest cut to Chicago, a more direct
route -o St. Louis, -.rives us a short line
to the'best coal fields in Iowa and a
nearly direct line to the lumber and
stock markets of Muse stine and Cedar
Rapids.
This road moreover will give us a
line northwest, as it is aiming at the
Northern Pacific country. Within two
years we expect to see a railroad sta
tion in either Summit Lake or Hll
townships and mie thriving towns
spring up where it crosses the Milwau
kee and the Northwestern roads.
Since the above was written, tlie sur
veyor's hs-.ve run a preliminary line
into Worthington from the south,
crossing the Sater place and the rail
road track aud setting stakes along the
lake shore up as far as the wind mill.
From here, they went north of town
and began another relimiuary line
eastward to run north of the lakes.
S I E S COUKT.—An assault and
battery case came before Justice Ben
nett yesterday. It seems that Charley
Uumiston and II. Smith, of Airlie,
got into an altercation about the poss
ession of a stable. The Justice fined
Uumiston $5 for assault and battery and
boui both parties over to keep the
peace.
E. L. Johnson, of Willmont, was ar
rested on complaint of C. Shepard,
charged with taking Shepard's grain.
The case came before Justice McManus
on yesterday. Johnsou was held in the
sum of S200 to appear at the November
term of court, in default of which he
was sent to jail.
A RAILROAD CEXTRE.
The citizens of Worthington have
promised §15,000 bonus and the right
of way, to the B. C. R. & N railroad
Co., which is all that company asked to
insure Worthington their road would
be completed to that place in one year.
The A A N E says: I is rumored
that the Toledo & Northwestern is be
ing surveyed this side of Elmore.cross
ing the Desmoines about five miles be
low Jatkson. This is the road whicli,
as we have frequently stated before, is
making for Worthington, or the ji.nc
t'on at the summit, to connect with the
Sioux Falls branch."
Worthington is likely to become a
railroad center. She will need the road
north to connect with the C. & W.
and the N. P.. which will be at Tracy.
The C. & X. W. company are not asleep,.
and we may look out some fine morn
ing and sep this cross road in full blast.
—Curric Miunesotian.
IN FULL BLOOM.
The Bloom is on the wry still, all
awry worse than ever and more of it.
In last week's Journal, Fred Bloom,
machine candidate for Auditor, has
two long communications trying to
throw the blame of the Linderman
Bridge on Auditor Mills. A letter
from Capt. Mills will be found in an
other column which pins the official re
cord to Mr. Bloom's back so that he
who runs may read and see that Bloom
is responsible for "that bridge." Bu
even if Mills had been responsible for
the letting, it would not affect the
point we made on Bloom, for he twice
accepted the work and pronounced it
all right and on his report the money
was paid over.
Mr. Bloom says:
The editor of the Worthington A
A N CE is seriously ill of a disease
known to medical science as "Th Lin
derman Bridge."
Speaking of diseases, reminds us of a
statement which both his brothers
used to make, viz: that he was getting
a pension of SIS from the Government
for a disease whicli came upon him
when he was two years old. We sub
mit that with this pension as a regular
and §1200 to §1400 back pension
and a good farm, Mr. Bloom don't
need the Auditor's office to make a liv
ing.
COUNTY NEWS.
LORAIN.
Geo. Morton came over from Win
dom and spent Sunday with his family.
Mrs. S. S. Morton has returned from
a visit to Stillwater.
Mrs. Busbey is slowly improving.
John Hansberger has threshed his
grain. His oats went 40 and flax 10
bushels to the acre. He says his timo
thy pays best this year.
Our bridge is not attended to yet. I
is the bridge across Goose Creek on
road No. 3. If it is not lixad right off
there will have to be a new one put in
its place. One of the beams has given
way. Besides it needs a small bridge
on the smith side for it was impassable
last year.
One of G. W. Payne's children is
down with the ague.
RUSHMORE.
Siiipped from this port car loads of
cattle and hogs and lauding more.
E. D. Bedford has a new U. S. Scales
in front of the mill and is prepu-ed to
weigh the whole country on short no
tice.
Our new minister, Mr. Cassel, de
livered his first sermon Sabbath last
a id the congregation were very much
pleased indeed
G. R. Leonard has gone on a pleasure
trip to Milwaukee with a couple of
freight cars in charge. &-C, &v.
RANSOM.
Mr. Nelson Xorey, of Storm Lake, is
he.re on a visit.
R. H. Belknap has sold one of his
best cows to Mr. McCann for $40
Hear the music of the rain falling
down upon our grain, is the song of the
farmer now days.
A few of the farmers have threshed.
Oats are good but llux aud wheat are
poor. Com it good.
During the hail, rain and thunder
storm Mr. Doe's house was struck by
lightning, tearing every joint of stove
pipe t- pieces. No other damage done.
I
GRAND PRAIRIE.
E I OR A A N E It rains. That
is about all there need be said about it.
We can't plow and we can't thresh, the
most necessary things to be done just
now.
I see we have four constitutional a
mendmeiits to vote, upon this fall he
side the Railroad bond- question. The
bond question has been talked of so
much that I suppose every one has his
mind easy on that matter but there is
one amendment 1 hope everyone will
vote no. That is section one and seven
of article four. It openly calls on the
peop'e to nrjve members of the legisla
ture live dollars per day for doing gen
erally nothing instead of three dollars
which they now e.t and gives them an
unlimited time in which to earnf?)
that live dollars per day except to speci
fy that they may not take more than
four hundred ami fifty dollars at each
giaba the public pocket. If that is
not cheek and lots of it. then I don't
know what cheek is. If our legislature
ui't only once in live yea-s we should
hi- h--tter off. We might ge' a chance
to liml out what the laws of the State
were before thev were repealed. Five
dollars per day for the winter with all
the steals and bribes makes fair wages.
I hop- to see you call attention to this
every week from now till election. Let
us vote no with a big to it every
time. A N A I I E
For bolting Jeems Baker was nom
inated for railroad commissioner on
Wednesday. He ought to be scratched
by every Republican voter in the
State.—St. James Journal.
Second the motion. Let's give him
a dose of his own medicine, boys.—
Soreheads nor bolters can get neither
our support or our vote.—Heron Lake
Guardian.
And if that is the game we hope
that ten Republicans will scratch
Hubbard and vote for Gen. Johnson
for every one who scratches Baker.
7..4.VD NOTICES.
Xotice of final proof is given by
Win. Welch on Homestead Applica
tion. Xo. 11,773. for the nej sec. 32103
13. Date of Proof—Friday. Nov. 11.
1.S81. Witnesses—John Wiseman, A
Crosby. Paul Voightlander, L. C.
Long, of Nobles county.
Notice of final proof has been given
by John Wiseman on Homestead Entry
No. 11,G9U for the ne sec. 30-102 43.
Date of Proof—Friday, Nov. 11, 1881.
Witnesses—L. S. Tyler. Ira E. Crosby,
A. M. Crosby and Paul Voightlander.
What we want to know is whether
the laws passed at this extra session of
the legislature are to be issued in a
supplement and published in the A
A N E? That's what we "want to
know now."
A Marvelous Cure.—For all bodily
ailments, arising from impurity of
blood, a torpid liver, irregularity of the
powels, constipation, or disordered kid
neys, is warranted in a free use of Bur
dock Blood Bitters. Price $1.00, trial
size 10 cents. Sold by Law & Son.
I E TOUTCUES of Neuralgic pains, sick and
nervous heartache, are Instantly banished by
the USP nf Dr. Faust's fterinau Cure for Neural
jjla and Heartache. 6uarantcel to r-lieve in all
casos if directions ate followed. As Drug
gists. For sale by C. W. Smith. 40-6m
TOO FASTIDIOUS.
Some would-be Byron* look on with disgust
A* the rhyme* of Kctectrlc Oil "poet
Bnt we have the.bestarticleknownrothe world,
And intend that all persons shall know it.
It cures coushs, colds, asthma and catarrh,
Bronchitis and complaints of that kind
It does not cost much, though rheumatics it
cures.
'Tis Ii est in the world you can find.
Sold by Law & Son.
The cheapest place in the county for
Furniture of all kinds is at Thayer's,
THE DIFFERENCE.
The N Herald ssiys that the Na
tional Conference of Charities, tit its
late session in Boston, reported 50,000
idiots in the country, or one to every
thousand people, and an expert said
that a defective brain or nervous sys
tem led to idiocy. Undoubtedly this is
the case. A defective brain or nervous
system in the parents leads to idiocy in
the children.
The number of insane is much great
er. Even a new State, like Minnesota,
with not more than five per cent, of its
land occupied, has two large insane a
sylums.
We were impressed by a remark made
by Dr. Peebles during his lectures in
this place. He said he never heard of
but one insane man in China. Here is
a nation whose records run back '20,000
years, an old. effete nation according to
the braggart western nations, and yet
while the Europeans and Americans
art running into insanity and idiocy by
the hundred thousands, the old heathen
nation keeps on the even tenor of its
way, with a population so thick that
they almost trample each other, and
yet insanity is almost unknown among
them. But Western or Christian Civi
lization, as it is pompously and falsely
called, is being forced upon the Chinese,
and we shall soon see among these be
nighted Heathen, all the signs of Chris
tian civilization, such as whisky, tobac
co, fast-living, hotbed schools, children
rematurely old, boy-men, insanity, idi
ocy, delirium tremens, a blood-thirsty
spirit aud a prevailing notion that their
manifest destiny is to make everybody
think, believe and do as they do, or be
shot or bayonet ted.
GARFIELD.
An elegant, correct and life-like por
trait of our martyred President is sent
postpaid and free-to any one furnishing
one new subscription to that best of
farm journals and general newspapers,
Th« Minneapolis Weekly Tribune and
Farmers' Union, accompanied by $1 15
the regular yearly subscription price.
The portrait is a superb Crayon-Litho
graph, '20 by 24 inches in size and each
one bears the autograph of the late
President. Or, if preferred. Harper's
Life of Garfield will be sent free, in
stead of the portrait—or for two sub
scriptions both portrait and life will be
sent. Remember, $1 15 pays for the
Weekly one year, and the premium is
sent free. Address:
E I N E CO.
Minneapolis, Minn.
A sad occurrence took place the other
day at a police station in Philadelphia.
Mrs. B. Depool, wife of a wholesale
merchant, became greatly alarmed be
cause her 5-year old boy had strayed
from home, and hastened to the near
est police station to see if he had been
picked up. He was found with about
a dozen just like him, and the mother,
pressing her recovered baby to her
breast, sunk to the floor and died with
him in her arms.—Sioux City Journal.
We wish most heartily that our
women could get back to the good, old
healthy ways of our mothers or fore
mothers. There is scarcely one of them
who wouldn't have taken that boy
home and spanked him for running a
way and then given him a piece of
bread and butter with sugar on it.
There would have been no hysterics or
dying over a little event lika that.
Mr. Walter F. McCune. of Pittsburg,
Fa., writes: "My age is 28 years. 1
was born with an excellent constitu
tion, but at the age. of 19, having just
finished my collegiate education, 1 fell
into habits of dissipation. After six
years of fast living 1 felt my constitu
tution broken down. I put myself un
der the care of one of our best physi
cians. Bis treatment seemed to do me
no good. Finally he said at best I
could live but a few years, that my
bowels, kidneys and lungs were all
threatened with consumption and were
fast wasting away in dee.iy. 1 tried
everything advertised, hoping to gain
relief. Finally I drifted into a state of
melancholy and hopeless despair, suf
fering excruciatingly from dvspepsia,
short breath, and urinary catarrh. A
ear ago I saw Brown's Iron Bitters ad
vertised. I used them, and rhey acted
like a charm, I soon began to enjoy
dreamless slumber—and now I feel my
self a man onc.J more, and have gained
54 pounds since using the remedy. I
feel very strong, and can hold out a 45
pound weight. Brown's Iron Bitters
saved my life."
"Don't know half their value."—
"Thev cured me of Ague, Biliousness
and Kidney Complaint, as recommend.
I hot a half bottle left, which I used
for two little girls who the doctors and
neighbors id could not be cured. I
would have lost both of them on
a
night
if I had not given them Hop Bitters.
They did them so much good I. contin
ued their use until they were cured.
That is why I say yon do not know
half the value of Hop Bitters, and do
notrecenmmend them high enough."—
B., Rochester, N. Y. See other column.
NEW E PISCO PA CHURCHES.
Rev. Mr. Gunn has just returned
from a hasty trip to Wisconsin, where
he went for three bills of lumber, for
the churches of Worthington, St.
James and Madelia. He expects to
have these churches up aud enclosed—
if not finished—by the first of December.
After his search for dry lumber he set
tled on Woodville, Wis., as the best
place to get good and dry lumber and
plenty of it. The president and sec
retary of the compary showed him
through the immense yard, and treated
him with much courtesy during his
stay. Returning to St. Paul, Mr.
Gunn called upon Division Sup't.Spen
cer, who, with his usual business styte,
promptly ordered three cars to Wood
ville. one to be loaded for Worthington,
one for St. James and one for Madelia.
So we may expect to hear soon of these
churches going up to shelter the Epis
copalians the coming winter from cold.
—Windom Reporter.
The stone are now on the lot to lay
the foundation tor the Worthington
church. The lot is on Fourth Avenue
adjoining the Sutton property now oc
cupied by Mr. Wisner's family.
Visible Improvement.—Mr. Noah
Bates, Elmira. N. Y., writes: "About
four years ago 1 had an attack of bili
ous fever, and never fully recovered.
My digestive organs were weakened,
and I would be completely prostrated
for davs. After using two bottles of
your Burdock Blood Bitters the im
proyment was so visible that I was as
tonished. I can now. though Gl years
of age, do a fair and reasonable day's
work." Price $1.00. trial size 10 cents.
Sold by D. S. Law & Son.
Life's a Conundrum.—When judici
ously used. Burdock Blood Bitters are
in themselves a remedy for all the evils
arising from impurities of the blood,
which never fail to make the patient
long-lived and happy. Price $1.00,
trial size 10 cents. Sold by Law & Son.
Small Comfort.—When you are con
tinually coughing night and day. an
noying everybody around you, and hop
ing it will so away of its own accord,
you are running a dangerous risk—bet
ter use Dr. Thomas
1
Eclectric Oil. an
unfailing remedy in all such cases.
Sold by Law & Son.
Portable Sheep Shed for sale cheap.—
Also -10 Merino Rams. Inquire of
[•5 3t] O N A E
America Must Yield.
The greatest thinkers, the most profound
scholars, the most ex|»eit, thorough and success
ful chemists—for ihcse America must turn to
V. *"y- I" t«« woefully speculative field fo
Medicine, no greater step has yet l»eei» taken
than In tie-discovery, after the most extended
research, the most careful aud patient experi
ments, of Dr. Faust's German Cough Syrup, for
Hie eure of consumption, coughs, colds, sore
tin oat, bronchitis, croup, and all pulmonary dis
eases. Remember this medicine Is sold on a
positive guarantee to cure. Trice 25c, SOc, a
|il per bottle. Ask Druggists. For sale by C.
W. Smith. 40 iu
Oil cloth, rugs and door mats at
Thayer's. tf.
IMloway's Pills and Ointment,—The Victo
ries of Science.—Domestic Remedies, Steam,
Electric Telegraphs, Printing, dr., have e.ich
h:id their piiriieularov.ition. but the man who
has reduredthe sphere of disease, and alleviated
the sulterings of millions or his fellow Iwitms, is,
t» s:iy the least of it, entitled to our almiration.
Holtoway lis* expended a life time in the sup
pressiou or sickness throughout the world, and
the effective cures of measles, small-pox, ring
worm, whooping couch, and all disorders affect
ing childhood, his Pills and Ointment are as fa
miliar as household words in tturope. Asia, Af
rica and America. Mothers should never ba
without a supply.
iMronTAST CAUTION.—None are genuine un
less the signature of J. IIAYDOPK surrounds
each box of IMllsaii'l Ointment. Boxes at 26c,
ti-'candSI each.
«Sf There is considerable saving by taking the
larger sizes.
106—ly HOLLOW AT & Co., Ne York.
Go to Thayer's for curtains of all
kinds also fixtures. tf.
MAPS.—We have a supply of Nobles
County Maps framed to hang up. Every
office should have one. N family
should be without this map. Keeps the
baby quiet and smoothes the wrinkles
out of your wife's temper.
FOE SALE.
ONE FINE BLOODED
JERSE BULL,
Age Two Years. Also 15 head 2 year-old
Steers.
Will sell for cah only. A pply to
7-i!m A. G. SriNEY, Rushmore, Minn.
A Superior Article of
mber Cane Syrup,
JH
MANUFACTURED BY
The subscriber in packages of five, ten, twen
ty or fifty gallons. Address
Iw l. N. WALDEX,Bigelow, Minn.
ISA SMALL
General Insurance and Collecting A
gent.
Money to loin on Real Esfate Securitv. N
waiting or 90 dyys. Money paid as .-moii asse
cnrity is approved of.
OFFICE—On Main Street, next to Rice's Drug
Store.
8-91y ADRIAN MINN.
Farm for Sale.
100 Acre Farm within one mile of Worthing
ton. Inquire at this office. ru-tf
For Sale.
The s» \4 of Section 6, Town 10'2, Range 41. or
terms apply to A. 8ENEY,
*"-3m Rushmore. Minn.
New Millinery.
Mrs. F. A. QeWOLF,
Wishes to inform the La ties of Worthington
and surroun ling country that she has opened si
Millinery Store Hist door north of Hie l*"St Of
fice, on 10th street, where will be kept constant
ly on hand in the
Latest Styles,
All things pert-lining to the Milllnerv line.
Yourpitronage respectfully solicited. 4-Iy
DRESSMAKING.
I am prepared to tlo
Dress and Cloak Making
In the latest .styles. Also to manufacture
Haix Switches.
MISS EMMA CURTIS.
Room—First Door North of Dr. Barber's Druse
Store.
A S S E I I E I I N E
e.:AL»EKARK Th Ureat A E MAR*
English Reme
dy. An unfail
ingcure for Se
mi« al Weak
ness, Sperma
torrhea, I in po
tency, and all
Diseases that
follow as a se-
TAIIRS.ATuse'asLos^EfOaiTA^^
of Memory, Universal lassitude. Pain in the
Back, Dimness of Vision. I'remature old age,
and manj other Diseases that lead to Insanity
or Consumption and a Premature Grave.
0 particulars in our pamphlet, which
we desire to s-nd free by mall to every one.
*S*The Specific Medi'ine is sold by all drug
gists a per package, or six p-ickages for $5
or will be sent free by mail on receipt ot the mo
ney, by addressing
The GRAY MEDICINE Co
No. lots Sl'dii Street, MUKFAI.O, N. Y.
Sold by Law & Son. Worthington.
1 0 8
LMMES, While silently suffering from your
many forms of weakness aud •iisorder. to you is
given I)''. a an Aromatic \Vine, guar
anteed to benefit a»d permanently cure you A
lady writes: gained elsrht pounds in three
weeks by the use of your Cennan Aroma ic
Wine." Soil on a positive guarantee toi:i\i
ate, regulate and give new and permanent vital
f'rce. Are yon a debiii ated person, aged n«l
fecb1*', or jii'-t recovering from the eSTeets of
exhausting mental or physical work? Reviv
the drooping energies, get new strength and
lich blood by the prompt use of Dr. Fau'l's'-'er
niaii Aroni'ti'- Wine. In no way car. it be used
as an intoxicant. Ask Druggists. For sal- lv
(i. W. Smith. 40 Gni
ink MYMWB.
•ft*'
A W E E N E W S A E PU
LISIIED EVKK THURSDA
AT
Worthington, Minnesota.
A XSlIJfMXXJSI O
JOB-WORK
NEATLY" A PUOMPTL
Executed at the
Advance Office
CAttDS,
BLANKS
CIRCULARS,
POSTERS,
BILL-HEADS,
IJSTTER-IIEAD S
TERirS—§2 a year $1 for six
months 50 cents for three months, in
advance.
Address
Worthington, Minnesota.
Soft coal on track at Worthington at
the following pi ices: Car load lots,
$4 SO. By the ton. $5 10.
II. C. S E A & Co.
The Misses Stul.bs, have located on
4th Avenn*». opposite the SHiooJ House,
and will do Laundry and Dress Making.
Give us a call. 6-3w.
Fresh Milk Cow for Sale. Nice
largp cow. Short Horn. Also Bull Calf
6 ms old. Cumberland Chief stock. In
tuire of Dr. Clippeuger. G-tf,
N E W A E I S E E N S
CA XDIDA TE FOR SHERIFF.
Th undersigned announces himself as an In
depen tent Caudi iate forSheriS of N«b!es coun
ty before the people., CUA~. CllASH.
A T'l EX TION CA Rl 'EX TEES.
Scaled proposals will be received at the ofaci!
of the Clerk of School District No. 4'.', of Nobles
county. .Minn., until KUIOAY, SKPTE.MBER 30th.
18*1, for furnishing ali materials an doing all
the labor reunited lo build a complete a
school house in said district. Dimensions, 21 ft.
by 18 ft. aud a porch fi ft.
The School hoard re erve the right to rei-et
any or all proposals received. Adtness all pro
posals to SCHOOL DOAltD,
(Jrand Praliie Nobles Co., .Minn.
FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
The undersigned respectfully announces that
he is candidate :or th» office of SUI'EHINTKNO-
NT OF SCHOOLS, subject to the will of the peo
Ple- M. A. DOAXii.
.rf NNO UXCEMEX T.
The undersigned respectfully announces to
Hie people of Nobles county that intends to
be a candidate lor the office of S E I N E ND
E S OF SCHOOLS.
5 1
A. F. HO it ST.
Announcement.
The undersigned resp •ctrullvaiiiiounces to the
people of Nobles county that he \uii lie a ••audi
date tor re election to the olijee of COUNTY A
VITOR. He tenders sincere thanks Tor past fa
vors, and hopes to receive aud wilt endeavor to
merit a continuation of their confidence and
K. S. MILLS.
A O UX CE3I EN T.
The undersigned respectfully announces that
it is his intent on to be a candidate, in the com.
iiig election, lor the ofiieeof Clerk of the District
l°»
rt 9
L. B. BESNKTT.
E A A E I S E E N S
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OFREDEMP
TiON.
Peter Stndardsw'.. section 14, township \w
ranee 41. No. of acres, w. Ain-unt sold for
$18.15. Interest. P.-i.ulty and Costs. .i". To
talaniount required to redeem, *_'-».27. Taxes
of -ST8 and co*t and interest, $24 -7.
O I CE OK COUNTY AUOITOK, Nobles Co. Minn.
To Peter Stodard. Dewahl lownship
You a hereby notified, that pursuan to the
th5J". S
i!1
Jl*rlet Court in
the County ol Nobles. Slate of Minnesota, on the
-UidayofAuKiist, ls7i», the land hereinabove
cscubed, assessed in your name, was sold for
uxor l&iK, on the is:h «iav of .September W 9
•id tint the time of redemption from siidsale!
lowed by jaw will exp-iv on the Mi day of
ueueiniMi',,lb»l, or within davs after service
ol this notice. In additioi to the amount ab .ve
stated as necessari to redeem from sr.id sale,
the cost of serv:c of this notice must be paid
together with such interest as may accrue lrom
aii'i alter this 'fate.
Witness my hand and sea] at Worthington in
said county of Nobles, this tit day of October,
1 0
E- S. MILLS, County Auditor.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE RY AT
VEUTISiiMEXT.
DEoF
A has been imuic in the conditions
a certain mortgage execu.e-i and deiiv
"ied bytjjiirge W. I':tyue and Helen I'ayue, his
wife, Mortg'gors, to :Mlas Hiilman, Mortgagee
dated the i^.'ii nay ol Apiil. A. D. l-7* and re
corded us a mo,- "u-e ii. the office of the Regis
ter .^1 Deed. ihe of Nobles in tlie state
Minnesota, on the-nil ..iyof May, A. I). 187i
at 1 o'clock .i. in in book ii of M-irtgapes,
on page •. on which tln-nti c'.aime to bet due
a I he date nf :1ns notice, the amount of Six
Hundred ut.d Sixty-Two Dollars, lor principal
and i.uerest, and Sil.iio f.r taxes paid upon said
mortgaged land by them-.rtgigeesince ihe ex
ecuii.'ii, mal-iugiu all Mie sum of $7ia h, and
no action or proceeding lias been instituted at
law or in equity to recover ihe debt secured by
said mortgage or any pari thereof.
'flit:said mortgage and the nite thereby se
cured, and Hie claim for taxes paid as aforesaid,
was duly assigned by an instrument thereof,
duly executed an b\ tin- said Silas
lliilnian, mortgagee. to.John C. Berg.dated ihe
•-•Ui day of September, A. I). 1AS1, and recorded
in said office of the itegister of Deeds on the 5th
a of October. A. D. .-!, in o'clock p.
in book "r" of Mortgages on pages -'.•: and 294.
Notice is hereby given, tiiat by virtue of a
power of sale contained ii said m»rtgage. and
of the atu in sueh case ,de and provided,
the said mortgage will !,• for- closed 1\ a sale of
the mortgaged preii i.-:es iivrejn described,
which sale will be made at the front door of ihe
Couri House in the village "f vVorthington in
the count of Nobles and State Minnesota, at
public auction by the slieriiT of said county on
Friday, the -otli dsiy of November, 1881,
At ten o'clock ir. the forenoon to sn isfy the a
lll unt which shall then line on vU I mort
gage, witu the interest thereon, a and
exp-n. es of s-ile, a .! 'i'v.t- i'ive Dollars at
torney's as stipulated in said mortgage in
case of foreclosure.
The preini-es described ins ,id mortg.tgp. and
so to be sold is 1 hat pi'-ee pire.-l of land -iui
ated in the coui.ly of Noble.-and state of Min
nesota. and known und deseiibed as follows, to
Wit:
The east ha'f of th*s •uthcasl quarter .f sec
lion twenty elgh i:i \v i-hip one hu: dred
and three (pi::) in mge thirty nine (:''.() eon! lin
ing eightv acres of laud.
Dated October l.'th, l&l
.r-MIN IlKIfL
.' .ss:-: of Mortgagee.
EMOnvCi.iUE. At ton ey of Assignee.
I'irst pub ici. 1 is.
Last pub. Nov. y,, 15-1.
O A S I E«'«?£C5i:ri,OF.5'«K S A I E
1
\K!-'AULT having m.•(]• :i the payment
"of the Mini of Nine l.i«hl and r.2-100
Dollars, which is claimed to be due at the date of
this notice upon a certain mortgage, execut
ed an deli\eivd by Jaco Dien-ks .ml Met.a
Dieieks. rtgigors to Sarah I'lummer,
mortgagee, hearing date Die 2'i day of April.
A. I). 1S7S and duly recorded in office of
theltegisier of peedsin and for ihe County oi
.Solves,and st iteof Minnesota.on the-ioih diivoi
April. A. D. 1«7S, at '.' o'clock a. ni.,"i"
Hook I of mortgagesoii j:age and whereas
said mortgage us piid 'h sum of thirty.six
4 Km dollars for taxes ,'lUt. a delinquent on
said laud so in ntgaued
And no action orproeeedingal or otlicrwis*
hnvinu been instituted to recover the debt se
cured by said niortg 'L'e. a part thereof
Now. therefore, notice is h"i"'i»y given that by
virtue of a iwer of sale contained in said morf
gage, and pursuant to the statute in such ease
made and provided, the a mortgage will be
foreclosed, and the premises described in and
covered by said mor Kage.
The wisi hall'of Hi" northeast quarter of sec
tion Fourteen (Ii) towr.--l.ip one hundred and
thiee (lu.i range Forty Nobles County, and
State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments and
apnuriensniccs
will he sold at public a to the highest
bidder for cash, to pay «aid d-l .-nil interest and
Twenty l-'iv Dollars. At: nicy's fee. as stipulat
ed inaii siid in irtg.ige ut ca--e of f.»relonro,
and the disbursements a!lo\ ed by 1-w: which
sale v\ill lie in de by the sheriff of said county,
at the front door of the C: int llotis-i ue vil
lace of vYortliiiiglou, in said County and State,
on
Tl»e4th d«y of November, 1881,
At 10 o'clock A. M., oftlrt lav
Dated September I'lM, A. I). Is 1.
SAKAtl M. I'LCMMKR, Mortgagee.
A N I I. UOIIR' u. Afi'y Mortgagee,
1st pub. September -'-'. 1V1.
Last pub. October 'J i-sl.
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letters from Cole Voiimrer— Sftrtlitis Kevela
tioas. All about the I'.laek 1'lag. the J'.lack
Oath. Die Secret Cave, mi hundreds of other
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lished: more thrilling lim a i-onia-'i-e. yet
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everything Over 4of) pages, price xl.."0. A
gent's cinvnssi gou lit. ."o cents. Write imme
diately for full parti.-ulars. to DAN LINAIIAN.
Publisher, corner Jth and Washington A v., St.
Louis. Mo. 2-4t
A S I I'Olt
A jr of pi ft \|o
WANTED |h^,'iIHLI0^iC^A',N,b'
E a in the Lives and Wonderful Adven-
Wild BUS, Buffalo Bill,
Kit Carson, Capt, Payne
A I'T. .) At K. 11 A S .j A t' K. CA LI F( litNI A
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Positively outsells every hing el«e. ."w.s pages,
price $•." Agent' complete liMit, 0 cents
Outfit and copy for *.'. /Aw-Wrt- at once for
agency, or and lust rated circulars, to
DA N LINAHAN, Pin-Usher, 4th and Washing
ton avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 2 4t
\m
°UFyyui
'**J
^Ve represent the following Insurance Com-
Connecticut Fire, of ihutford Capital, ai.nnn.eflO
Aniericiii Fire, of Philaneiphia, $lOa,noO
Springfield Fire mid Marine, nf -piing
field, Mass.. ..hiest i:omp:in\ jn 7"0,('n0
fierinan, of Fieepoit o,ooo
Continental, of Ne York l/Oc.cOO
Policies written aud delivered at the llauk of
Worthington.
We issue against Fire or Lightning at lowest
rates.
No Policy and Snrvey Fee
is Charged by Us.
Thos. H. Parsons & Co.
9-48—tf
O SALK or exchange for plowing,
a few young horses and oxen.
.'»0-tf. E COOPEK.
Adrian, Minn.
"s ••»'—'••••-••T'-v. •-—~-y.
•'-v***1
Satisfaction guaranteed
j. i-'
BASK
O
Worthington.
Thos. H. PARSONS &Co
(Successors to E I SMITH & Sow,
lfcinkei'o.)
Municipal Securities,
Real Estate Loans,
Collections,
Discounts.
Life and Fire Insurance*
Land,
Passage Tickets eioli way lietweea
Parts in Europe and New York
including Railroad Tickets
between Xew York and
the West for sale.
We Is9ue Drafts on Xe York, Chicago a a 4
Patrf pay interest on Time Deposits and
furnish call depositors with KCT
enue Stamped Checks and Kx-
change Fr.EE OF ClIABCK.
•\Vo propose to deal
Fairly, Honorably & Liberally
With all and solicit a share of vour patronage.
THOS. H. PARSONS,
President.
C. T. POI-E, Cashier. 47-tI
F. J. Porter,
DEALER IS
Lumber, Shingles,
Lath, Sash, Doors, Building Paper,
Grraill cM kinds,
Hard and Scft Coal & Wostf
Constantly on hand.
Parties wanting anything in inv line will find
it to their advantage to give me a call before buy
ing elsewhere.
Will take neat stock in trade.
OFFICE—On Main street,
A a I in
7-8-ly
James Cowin,
E A E I N
Shingles, Lath, Sash, Doors, Building
Paper, Mouldings, Etc.
Brick, Lime, Piastering-Hair.
GltAIN and E E
Will not he undersold.
OFFICE—On First Street.
ADRIA N MIX2T.
8-23—ly.
S. S. HEWITT,
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Watches, Clocks and jewel, for saf* and
paired on short notice. Ah kinds of waiches.—
Kockfoid watches a speei illy.
At Miller & Smith's Drug Store.
Worthington, Minn.
8-25-ly.
HOTELS.
)lanos House.
Near 'he «t. I'aul & Sioux City Kail road Depo
J. McMAXUS Proprietor.
This House First Class in all its appoint
ments.am its loe.ition isconveiiieiitt) the Ittll—
rond Depot, and the business portion of tfeV
Town.
Best Barn in this part of the
State.
WOR THING TON, MINK.
6--13—ly
WORTHINGTON HOTEL.
Only First-Class Hotel in Town.
Good Sain pie Rooms
LivernStable Coiaurted vrich the Houne.
WOKTMirtCTON, MfNN.
Oanrel Shefi, Proprietor.
[3S-ly.]
RUSKIORE HOTEL
E. L. WEMi'LE. Projirietor.
This is a new Hot*-: recently «ieae«l on
Worthington & Sioux Fallsrailrnnd. l'irst-clu»
iceoinniod.iteins and ever? attention shown
guests, (io.'d hieken and duck shooting In
vicinity.
GoodStabling &. First-Class Livery.
11 US HMO 11E, MINN.
7-40- ly
JOSEPH CHADWXCK,
Register of Deeds,
Wo'i'thiiifjion, N'llilrj i'nuu' /. Minn.
Has the or.ly comvlete set of Abstract Itonkfli
in t'ai •an
\\',U iiiiiii-n".*»t«^inet» of t*fe. pay t»xe» for
noi.re-.itie,,. v. ,:' wm.. :s:.d p-ite:,'s etf
l\"-,.s 1 si .. .iy of ill u:' IK—ds, CIveae*
.ie-i :.t. to «x-e'ifi'«u and a«knowIed|{
n-1»- ds. Mortgages, e*.c. Corresji.ic:li»nce HO
iei e... if-Uty
Allen &9. Chaney,
COUNTY SURVEY0IT.
Will attend promptly to all orders. AVork *o*
ttuatelv executed. 1*. O. address, liox 227, Wor
thington, Minn. 14-12—ly.
ATTORNEYS.
EMORY CLARK,
ATTORN
r-AT-LAW.
OFFICE—Ojposite Court House,overBarlotrln
Store.
Worthington, Minn.
-29-ly
L. S. NELSON.
A ttornc-at -La w.
Heal Estate and Insurance Agent.
Specialty in collecting Doiibful Claims.
OFFICE—Main street opposite postuffice.
Adrian, Minn.
W»ly
GEO. W. WILSON,
Atl orney-at-T.a\v,
OFFICE—In arlow Building, up stairs.
AVOUTIIIXGTON,. 3,11X51*.
8-i5-ly
PHYSICIANS.
"PHYSICIAN it SURGEON.
Special attention given to Surgery and
treatment or Female Diseasesv itaviint bad
years' experience.
Also .Surgeon of the Sioux CKy & St. Kinl
Worthington & Sioux Falls ISailroails,
Supplied with full cases "f .Surgic:»laiiqO
ricii itistriimeuts, aud fracture appliaue**.
OFFICE—At re-adenee, corner or FourUt A
nue and Eleventh Street,
WORTHING TON. MINN.
[3 41 ly.

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